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The Halfbad is a Mini Sloper that delivers a ton of fun in a tiny package! It was designed by Troy Churchill who took it on as a challenge when he was told that 24″ wings can’t fly well. Inspired by the NCFM Halfpipe he set out to produce a mini EPP wing “that had inverted flight with little input was acrobatic fast and flew in light wind oh and would be a fast build!” We think he succeeded as the Halfbad has found it's way into the quiver of quite a few slopers with much bigger toys.
Judging from it’s appearance it is hard to imagine the Halfbad would be capable of delivering impressive speed. But if you have seen it fly along side whatever you were flying you would know that it can keep up pretty well with the faster ships and nip at their heels. The thin airfoil is extremely efficient and once “on step” it is fun to watch it dart across the sky
Whether you toss your Halfbad because the wind died down a bit and the bigger planes have to be grounded or you like to take advantage of the high lift and engage in aerbatic carzyness this glider will deliver fun and leave a smile on your face. Nothing is more relaxing than flying an inexpensive and hard-to-destroy plane with reckless abandon.
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Span: 609 mm
Wing Area: 10,32 dm2
Typical Flying Weight: 141 g (Unballasted)
Control Channels: Two (2)
Transmitter: Digital proportional