Pond Baby (oz2233)

 

Pond Baby (oz2233) by Dave Robelen from Model Airplane News - plan thumbnail

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Pond Baby. Micro RC seaplane, 3 channels and an electric motor.

Model photo thanks to DeeBee1.

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Pond Baby (oz2233) by Dave Robelen from Model Airplane News - model pic

Datafile:
  • (oz2233)
    Pond Baby
    by Dave Robelen
    from Model Airplane News
    20in span
    Electric R/C Floatplane
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 11/01/2012
    Filesize: 203KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: stickman

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Hi Steve, Attached is a picture of Pond Baby [see model photo] for your plan ID 2233 which was the plan with RC MicroFlight in October 2000 as well as appearing in MAN.
DeeBee1 - 23/03/2016
I built 2 of these and i could take off and land on water on my lucky days. when I doubled the plan it really came into its own. Taking off and landing on water not only easy, but a lot of fun too. I could do touch and goes endlessly on the water! I still have the plane and it's still a lot of fun! I recommend building the double size one and avoid the misery. I take the big one out to a model air field and pretend it's a pond. The plane doesn’t seem to know the difference!
Anon - 24/03/2016
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