Equipped with trainer main wings, the Blazer delivers stable and easily controlled flights, even at moderate or lower speeds. It excels in executing maneuvers like inside loops, outside loops, inverted flight, and axial rolls without stalling.
The sports main wings enable high-speed flights and agile maneuverability, allowing for smoother execution of loops, inverted flight, axial rolls, and other aerobatic maneuvers.
Thanks to its optimally designed propeller, the Blazer achieves impressive efficiency at 6g per watt. Coupled with a 1.1V, 2200mAh Lipo battery, this setup provides flight times ranging from 8 to 12 minutes.
The Blazer boasts a modular and user-friendly design, allowing for easy assembly and disassembly of main wings, horizontal wings, vertical wings, and the main landing gear without the need for glue or additional tools. This convenience simplifies transportation and maintenance.
Featuring a removable front landing gear for structural integrity and shock absorption, the Blazer also incorporates high-strength aluminum alloy main landing gear with a demountable design, enhancing both aesthetics and durability.
The Blazer stands out with its optimized structural design, durability, crash resistance, practicality, and vibrant color scheme, making it an ideal choice for beginners.
The Blazer's motor includes an automatic heat dissipation function, promoting high efficiency and prolonging the motor's lifespan.
Aluminum alloy regulators are used in the connections between the elevator, rudder, front-wheel joystick, and servos, simplifying disassembly and adjustment of control wires.
All servos on the Blazer can be easily detached for straightforward disassembly and maintenance.