The De Havilland Tiger Moth was operated by the Royal Air Force as a primary trainer. During WWII, it was used for maritime surveillance and even as a light bomber among other uses. Now you can fly your very own in the form of this 800mm wingspan park flyer.
All the hard work of gluing, sanding and covering on this ARF kit is done for you, all that's left is the final assembly of a plane that is sure to impress you and your friends with gentle, slow flight characteristics and graceful aerobatics while the semi scale RAF trainer scheme and functional wires/wing braces add to the realism.
In the box you'll get a fully finished airframe, hardware, 1908 2050kv motor and 7x4 prop. All you have to do is supply your own 3.7g servos, 20A ESC and 2s 1300mAh battery.
|Fuselage Length||690mm (27")|
|Functions||Throttle Aileron, Elevator, Rudder|
This short video depicts a flight at the Dancing Wings HQ in China: