Sanda nails it again with the Argema,
At 3.6 meters the Argema is one sweet, floaty flyer. The sleek, fully molded design allows excellent penetration and energy retention and being electric, it extends to the pilot the freedom to fly without the necessity or complication of a winch or tow plane. The Argema's flight characteristics are a good compromise between thermal and sport flying. Capable of exciting aerobatics yet built light enough to be a thermal hunter.
The build construction of the Argema is solid and well thought out. The wing layup is glass, carbon, Herex foam and glass with 48k UMS 2526 carbon roving spars with vertical grain balsa shear webs. The fuselage is constructed using 3 layer of glass, one layer of carbon cloth and carbon roving reinforcements The nose of the fuse, from the wing saddle forward contains no carbon making it 2.4Ghz friendly. The V-tail is a one-peice bolt-on molded unit with pre installed metal, bal link control horns.
Comes with wing bags
To see the Argema in action click on this video link. Jump ahead to 6:30 to see the footage of the electric version.
|Empty Weight||1.480 Kg|
|RTF Weight||2700g Setup Dependant|
|Recommended Setup||Motor: Emax GT 2826 (710 or 1090kv) ESC: Emax BL Heli 60 amp Wing Servos: KST DS135MG x4 Tail Servos: KST DS145MG x2 RX: FrSky X8R|