Preview - ParkZone Vapor Micro RTF

4/16/2008 by Jim Booker

Copyright:© 2008 Horizon Hobby, Inc.

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  • Compatible with all transmitters using DSM2 technology
  • Everything is included in The RTF version
  • Micro 3.7V 70mAh Li-Po battery
  • Throttle, rudder and elevator provide true 3-channel flight and maneuverability
  • Fuselage and tail/wing framework made of lightweight carbon; wing and tail surfaces covered in lightweight and durable PET film
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Indoor micro airplane flying has hit the indoor flying sites in a big way this year thanks to the ParkZone tiny Cessna and Citabria 18-gram RTF models. These very small airplanes fly surprisingly well. But the other day, I got a sneak peek at the prototype Vapor from ParkZone. The Vapor is the newest model in the line. And it is going to introduce you to a new DSM2 concept called Bind-N-Fly. Here is a chance for you to get the lowdown on this miniscule indoor, living room flying model. I think this will bring a smile to just about any RC guy’s face.

I was able to corner Eric Johnson, product manager for ParkZone, and a driving force behind the development of the new Vapor. So we have the opportunity to take a close look at this airplane right now. Follow our video interview with Eric and learn more about the Vapor.

For complete details and specs on the ParkZone Vapor, click