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Radio Control Rotor World Magazine

(3 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year Covering models for the beginner right through to the expert with the very latest reviews and product tests, Rotorworld will lead you through which model to buy and from where, to building your model and your first flights right up to becoming an expert pilot.

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Radio Control Rotor World  |  136 July 2018  


Reviews
10 Oxy 4
The latest model in the Oxy line-up is the 4, a 450-size model that carries
over all the famous traits of previous models including the oval boom
design without supports, tail belt drive, one-way tail drive system and
rigid carbon fibre frame and much more.
26 PSG Dynamics Pro Scale TT Mechanics
Scale builds require specific assemblies and with the lure of a Witte
Helicopters Lockheed 286L on the horizon, Jon Tanner gets things in
order and constructs a set of PSG Dynamics’s Pro Scale TT Mechanics.
36 SAB Goblin 570 Sport
The Sport line-up from SAB’s Goblin range continues to grow with the 570
model that includes lower cost main frames and a fibreglass to reduce
costs. Despite this, as we found out the flying experience is very much in
keeping with the more expensive version.
50 Blade Fusion 270
The Fusion in a new line of helis from Blade, a brand owned by industry
giants, Horizon Hobby. The 270 is the first in the range and boasts a new
aggressive look, 4S power system and AR636A flight controller.
58 XK Innovations K120 Shuttle
This might not be a new model but the K120 Shuttle from XK Innovations
is a sub-£100 3D heli that ticks lots of boxes. It will suit those new to the
hobby or someone looking to keep their eye in with what is a very
capable inexpensive machine.

Features
20 Rotor Live
The annual mega heli event takes place in Baden-Baden, Germany
and as in previous years, Rotorworld will have a big report in the next
issue from the flight line competitions as well as details of all the new
products on show inside the hall.
24 Gloforce Eye Light
To ensure the greatest enjoyment at the flying field, quality time at the
workbench is important. Having a well-lit area is an essential part of
working on any model and the Eye Light by Gloforce is the perfect
companion for anyone who needs to brighten their work area.
44 Champions Continue To Shine
Duncan Osbourn and Jamie Dawe took the wins in Pro and Sport
classes respectively
Covering models for the beginner right through to the expert with the very latest reviews and product tests, Rotorworld will lead you through which model to buy and from where, to building your model and your first flights right up to becoming an expert pilot. Packed full of hints and tips it will help you improve your knowledge and enjoyment of this amazing hobby. Covering the heli scene from around the World with event reports and dates for meetings you shouldn't miss!

Regulars each month include:
News and new product info
Lastest kit reviews
Beginners' flying lessons
Technical articles
R/C equipment tests
Heli tuning tips
Event reports
PC simulator reviews
Scale models
Great prize competitions
Latest accessories and hop-ups

Want to know where to start in R/C helis? Or already into the hobby and want to know the latest info and what's new? Then R/C Rotorworld is a must read.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your device each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year

You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Radio Control Rotor World magazine subscription.

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3 Customer Reviews
   Great magazine Reviewed Wednesday, May 10, 2017 SUBSCRIBER
Great magazine, useful information across all spectrum's of the different skill levels of the hobby.
   Reviewed Wednesday, April 18, 2012 SUBSCRIBER
Great content. Good read.
   Reviewed Tuesday, August 2, 2011 SUBSCRIBER
Great magazine! Has everything you want from new to the hobby right through to the expert.
I honestly can't wait for each new issue to come out. That's why I'm on here now, checking to see if issue 65 is out yet. Yeah I know, I'm addicted to it. lol.
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Radio Control Rotor World   |   136 July 2018   


Reviews
10 Oxy 4
The latest model in the Oxy line-up is the 4, a 450-size model that carries
over all the famous traits of previous models including the oval boom
design without supports, tail belt drive, one-way tail drive system and
rigid carbon fibre frame and much more.
26 PSG Dynamics Pro Scale TT Mechanics
Scale builds require specific assemblies and with the lure of a Witte
Helicopters Lockheed 286L on the horizon, Jon Tanner gets things in
order and constructs a set of PSG Dynamics’s Pro Scale TT Mechanics.
36 SAB Goblin 570 Sport
The Sport line-up from SAB’s Goblin range continues to grow with the 570
model that includes lower cost main frames and a fibreglass to reduce
costs. Despite this, as we found out the flying experience is very much in
keeping with the more expensive version.
50 Blade Fusion 270
The Fusion in a new line of helis from Blade, a brand owned by industry
giants, Horizon Hobby. The 270 is the first in the range and boasts a new
aggressive look, 4S power system and AR636A flight controller.
58 XK Innovations K120 Shuttle
This might not be a new model but the K120 Shuttle from XK Innovations
is a sub-£100 3D heli that ticks lots of boxes. It will suit those new to the
hobby or someone looking to keep their eye in with what is a very
capable inexpensive machine.

Features
20 Rotor Live
The annual mega heli event takes place in Baden-Baden, Germany
and as in previous years, Rotorworld will have a big report in the next
issue from the flight line competitions as well as details of all the new
products on show inside the hall.
24 Gloforce Eye Light
To ensure the greatest enjoyment at the flying field, quality time at the
workbench is important. Having a well-lit area is an essential part of
working on any model and the Eye Light by Gloforce is the perfect
companion for anyone who needs to brighten their work area.
44 Champions Continue To Shine
Duncan Osbourn and Jamie Dawe took the wins in Pro and Sport
classes respectively
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Radio Control Rotor World magazine print subscription.
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