Durability Revolution in Power R/C Modeling

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Crash proof R/C? Indestructible model airplanes have long been the dream for the radio control flyer. TufFlight has now brought the dream to the skies of the glo fuel power R/C flyer.

At TufFlight, we want you to keep flying as long as you like, without worrying about crashes!
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We believe we're the first to bring the revolutionary materials now routinely used in radio control slope soaring combat planes to the gas power flyer. We've adapted several new materials in a basic "flying wing" design that allows for an easily assembled lightweight and fun airplane. These materials make building a new experience that is often faster and more enjoyable to complete than what many balsa kits offer. But the best feature in each of our new designs is the CRASHABILITY!

When is the last time you've heard someone say, "This plane flies great. I love flying it, and I don't care if I crash it?" Unless you have really rich friends, we doubt you've heard that too often. But we think that's about to change!

We've cut our teeth in the exciting corner of open R/C combat flying, and have been inspired by the fast action and simplicity offered by traditional combat wings. Our "Predator" is just such a ship, and although we've been flying early versions of this plane for a few years now, it's still one of our favorites. Its appeal for a "fly at a moment's notice" airplane is difficult to beat. Its overall combat performance may be impossible to beat, but we know there are plenty of great designs out there... we'll see. If the most number of cut streamers does not decide a match, perhaps attrition will!

All our designs feature revolutionary engine and servo mounting systems with durable wings and tail fins. These allow unprecedented survivability of the main airframe in most crash attitudes. With our designs, usually only propellers and nylon bolts fail in a crash. These items are easily replaced at the field, and a flyer can often be back in the air within 15 minutes after a crash that would take several nights of work to fix traditional designs.

So, if you're looking for a durable and fun addition to your fleet, even if you don't fly combat, we think we may have something for you. Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have, or continue to our main site: TufFlight

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