Preview: ParkZone Ember Micro RTF

4/9/2008 by Jim Booker

Copyright:© 2008 Horizon Hobby, Inc.

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  • Wing Span:16 in (411mm)
  • Overall Length:13 1/2in (345mm)
  • Flying Weight:0.6 oz (18g)
  • Radio:3-channel 2.4GHz (included)
  • CG:37mm (+/- 2mm)back from leading edge of the wing
  • Recommended Battery: 3.7V 70mAh Li-Po battery (included)
  • Experience Level:Intermediate
  • Recommended Environment:Indoor
  • Assembly Time:
    Less than 1 Hour
  • Is Assembly Required:No
ParkZone Ember

Micro indoor flying models have become a huge hit just about everywhere I go. Clubs and groups of friends have found they have a great time flying indoors when the weather is not conducive to flying RC models outdoors. The ParkZone® Cessna and Citabria have been in the spotlight, but now ParkZone has come up with a new model—the Ember.

Eric Johnson is the Product Manager for ParkZone here at Horizon Hobby. I had the opportunity to get with him and review the new Ember 2.4GHz RTF airplane. This little model is reminiscent of a Slo-V but in a micro-sized airplane. Of course, it is electric powered using the same size battery as in the Micro Cessna. But watch our video and hear some more about this very micro airplane.

For complete details and specs on the ParkZone Ember, click