Cox Sky Ranger EP RTF Park Flyer w/2.4GHz Radio System

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Low Price: $99.98
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This is the Cox Sky Ranger EP RTF Park Flyer. The Sky Ranger is the first Cox RTF in over 30 years — and the most advanced airplane that Cox has ever offered. It includes a 2.4GHz radio system with dual rates for years of trouble-free flying and it's so complete that there's absolutely nothing left to buy. A FlightFlex™ airframe and the exclusive SafeProp™ system offer double the protection against damage, making the Sky Ranger so strong and durable that it's virtually unbreakable!

  • Great Value: The Sky Ranger is a perfect pick for flying at the field with friends — or practicing skills in your own backyard.
  • Easy Setup: With the Sky Ranger, 'easy does it' says it all. You can have it in the air in 5 minutes — and once you're there, the Sky Ranger makes it easy to pick up the basics fast!
  • Everything you need is in the box! Comes out of the box with the finish applied and the motor, servos and receiver/speed control are already installed. With only the plug-in landing gear and bolt-on wing to add, assembly is over and done with in less than five minutes.
  • Spare SafeProp: Included, just in case.
  • 7.4V 180mAh LiPo battery: Compact, lightweight and good for up to 10 minutes of flight per charge.
  • Balancing LiPo charger and AC power supply: Balancing ensures that the pack will safely charge to the maximum possible voltage. The AC power supply ensures easy charging even when you're at home.
  • 2.4GHz radio system with dual rates and 4 "AA" batteries: the latest in interference-free control and the batteries you need to use it.
Wingspan: 20 in (508 mm)
Wing Area: 54 in² (3.48 dm²)
Weight: 2.2 oz (62 g)
Wing Loading: 5.9 oz/ft² (18 g/dm²)
Length: 15.5 in (393 mm)

This product was added to our catalog on November 18, 2011.

Edward Sammut
Verified Owner
Thursday, Mar 27 2014 (about 3 years ago)
Cox Sky Ranger EP RTF Park Flyer w/2.4GHz Radio System
This model is great and flies great. It is very durable except for the prop motor. Although the prop clips off on impact, the motor shaft is very delicate and bends instantly and puts the prop off-centre. Another disadvantage is that although the remote control has a green LED lamp at the back which indicates "charge", there is no plug in connection for model battery to be connected, therefore it cannot be directly charged from the controller, just from the mains power supply. The rest is thumbs up and keep it up guys.)
Sunday, May 20 2012 (about 5 years ago)
Cox Sky Ranger EP RTF Park Flyer w/2.4GHz Radio System
Engine does not last long nether does battery 5 flight and it is done but out side is nice)