The 1400mm Prodigy features quick assembly and stable flight control. A great choice for novice pilots, and also fun for experienced pilots.
Built with ultralight tough EPO foam, the large wing area and high-winged airframe configuration gives the Prodigy low wing-loading and extraordinary amounts of lift, even at slow speeds.
Unless the aircraft lands upside down, it is almost impossible to damage the pusher propeller. The pusher propeller design also facilitates FPV setups.
Quick-release and quick-install design enables the airplane to get flying in the sky in minutes upon unpacking with a fully charged battery.
In terms of the power configuration, the high-performance 2212-KV1500 brushless motor, 20A ESC, and 3S 1300mAh-2200mAh 25C battery can burst out enough power for soaring slowly or accelerating into the sky. It is worth mentioning that the flight time can be as long as 15 minutes in the case of gliding flight with a 2200mAh battery.
Prodigy has a standard 4-channel configuration with throttle, elevator, rudder, and aileron control surfaces.
Give the 1400mm Prodigy an opportunity to bring out the prodigy in you.
Quality product , easy assembly and set up . just to windy to fly yet.
Easy assembly, Everything you need is in the box, flies great. wish it had a bit more color on the bottom to see it better. A great plane to train on.
I made my maiden flight in 15 mph winds. It was IMPRESSIVE!!! The roll rate with safe and in beginner mode was more than shocking. The stability in the wind was even more impressive. I was all around very pleased with everything.
Getting down to the bottom line of what you need to know:
1. This plane was a bit difficult to put together. Using ingenuity I used a string to feed through the fuselage to feed the elevator and rudder connections. The rudder was a bit tougher due to it having to go half way through the fuselage. I used the same tactics with the exception of using needle nose pliers to feed the strings.
2. The first plane that I received malfunctioned. I called the customer service and through trial and error, they sent a new plane after one month of trying to change out parts. So I had to take apart the first and do it all over again.
3. I personally have just over 80 hours of flight time on a 600mm plane. I would highly suggest anyone getting into the hobby, doing the same thing. The up scale of plane is very different, this plane has rudder capability and ailerons that actually work. This is MAJOR differences between the smaller scale and this scale.
The nitty gritty the plane sounds so beautiful at half throttle, it’s a screamer with full throttle. I can’t wait to be more comfortable with this plane and take it out of beginner mode. I was able to do rolls and even snap rolls. It’s a great way to get into the larger scale models and learn new tricks. Also, Mr. Dan from Hobby Zone deserves a well big great mention here. He assisted me through the entire month of calls and e-mails of bugging him about the status of my first plane. He made things right and I was able to finally fly. I’m very impressed and thankful for the experience that I had with Hobby Zone.
Everything in the box , Fast and easy assembly, Radio included, Two up clicks on the elevator an we are flying . Awesome flyer.
I bought the Prodigy 1400mm RTF to fly with my grandson. It's pretty easy to assemble, and the Vector stabilizer works well.
This is the first larger plane he has been comfortable with, having previously flown the UMX Turbo Timber. He flew it for the first time yesterday and was able to fly and land it no problem.
One thing: Exercise care launching the plane: it tends to "dip" upon release. Other than that, it's a wonderful first or second plane
I expected this to be an upgrade from my AeroScout. It is that in spades. I did not expect that it would be an upgrade to my Conscendo, but it is better in every way. It is the perfect park glider that I have been searching for.
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