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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Champions Continue To Shine – Duncan Osbourn and Jamie Dawe took the wins in Pro and Sport classes respectively