Etrich Taube 420mm Wingspan Monoplane Balsa Wood Laser Cut RC Airplane Kit With Power System Review

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Etrich Taube 420mm Wingspan Monoplane Balsa Wood Laser Cut RC Airplane Kit With Power System

The Etrich Taube, also known by the names of the various later manufacturers who build versions of the type, such as the Rumpler Taube, was a pre-World War I monoplane aircraft. It was the first military aeroplane to be mass-produced in Germany.
 
The Taube was very popular prior to the First World War, and it was also used by the air forces of Italy and Austria-Hungary. Even the Royal Flying Corps operated at least one Taube in 1912. On November 1, 1911, Giulio Gavoti, an Italian pilots, dropped the world’s first aerial bom b from his Taube monoplane over the Ain Za ra oasiss in Libya.[1] Once the war began, it quickly proved inadequate as a warplane and was soon replaced by other designs.

Description:
Model: Etrich Taybe Monoplane
Wingspan: 420mm
Class: Scale Display Model, 1:20 scale
Building Skill: Experienced

Material: Balsa wood
Flying Weight: 35-40g
Motor: 7mm coreless

Recommended Parts (Not Included):
Servo: 1.7g *2, Click Here
Receiver: Micro 1s 4CH receiver, Click Here
Transmitter: 2.4G 4CH, Click Here
Battery: 1S 3.7V 150mAH 1.25 JST
 
Note: The plane comes with coreless motor and a propeller, doesn’t include any other electronic device.

Package Included:
1x Etrich Taybe Monoplane
 
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