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Robbe Geier. Radio control flying wing model. Wingspan 1515 mm.
Update 13/01/2020: Added model photo and catalogue pages PDF, thanks to ReneWalther.
Note catalogue pages show both Geier (#3150) and Geier-E (#3151). So essentially, the same model design could be used in three ways: as a glider; for IC power with a pod-mounted tractor prop; for electric power with direct drive brushed motor pusher-prop layout.
Update 23/04/2020: Added instructions, thanks to tiptipflyer.
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Catalogue pages (Robbe 1983).
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IC Electric Glider R/C
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User commentsGood afternoon, my name is Alberto Bortolin from Italy, Venice. I'm a 30 years old paraglider pilot and RC plane builder and pilot from when I was 12. First, thank you for your website and the effort you do to keep it updated. Outerzone has become my plane Bible, I love vintage planes and I am actually building 2: the Super Sinbad which is ongoing and the Robbe Geier (revisited) that I made last week during the forced Covid19 quarantine [pic 004]. Not having balsa in my workshop and with all the shops closed, I have made the wings with fiberglass covered foam, and the fuselage with 4mm plywood. I would be honored if you would put the pic in your gallery, but if you don't want that's no problem!
Thank you again, have a nice day!
Alberto B - 22/04/2020
Hi Steve and Mary, here are the instructions in German, English and French for the Robbe Geier (oz11695) and a picture of my Geier [pic 005] which I am flying for decades now. At first it was powered by a Webra Sport Glo (1.7ccm), now it uses a brushless motor. A lot more power and more than twice the flying time. Best regards,
tiptipflyer - 23/04/2020
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