After the introduction of four fantastic 1100mm warbirds, Arrows RC is proud to announce the first trainer aircraft in the lineup! Six months in the making, the 1100mm Sky Trainer is the perfect scale-looking trainer!
Like traditional trainers, the 1100mm Sky Trainer has inherently easy and stable flight characteristics. Unlike traditional trainers, Arrows RC has added scale cockpit details, tricycle landing gear, struts, and even functional flaps for unmatched slow-flight performance.
Assembled using only 2 screws, 4 latches, and a bit of glue, the 1100mm Sky Trainer can be flight ready in as little as 5 minutes!
Don't miss one of the best trainer aircraft to ever grace the skies! Get your 1100mm Sky Trainer today!
This little plane is just fun! Very stable flyer and is a good value. Batteries are not expensive for this model. I love this plane for just mellow flying. I have jets and sometimes this one is just a great go to cruiser. This is the first Arrows I have bought and I feel that if the other planes are the same quality they are a good bang for your $. Great job Arrows.
Assembly of this nice looking Cessna 182 was very smooth with no issues. Still haven’t flown her due to park closures and social distancing concerns but with flaps, solid landing gear and and excellent wing design this model should deliver good scale take offs and landings.
The 182 is a solid model that has a great scale appearance and just looks so right. Hope to get this beauty in the air soon. Stay safe, stay healthy.
Like it a lot
First Arrows RC bird in my hangar and was surprised how well built this bird is for how much she costs. She has a lot of scale detail and looks really nice. Dinged on my fun and durability because first outing out the nose gear snapped easier then a tooth pick. Also, have not flown yet cause of the broken nose gear. If you do crash or something breaks a good plus to this bird is that the parts are very affordable. Not a lot of room in the bottom feed battery bay for both the battery and receiver so if you are new to the hobby would recommend somebody experienced help you relocate where the receiver goes.
I got this for the boy so he could get used to landings. Great flying plane, landings not so much. The nose gear falls apart if you sneeze on it. It is way to week if you don't plan on greasing every landing be prepared to fix it,
I can't recommend this for a beginner unless it's built by a novice. There is NO room for a receiver/ battery and or a gyro. The opening is only about 1-3/4" X 2-7/8". And there is a control rod in the way also! I had to mount everything in the cockpit and run the wires down. The battery is also a tight fit and tough to get out. The plane flys OK but like another reviewer said the front landing gear is brittle. A hard landing and it's broke. :^(
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