UMX Cessna 182

by FliteTest | June 7, 2017 | (0 Ratings) Posted in Reviews

 

Alex and Stefan fly the UMX Cessna 182 by Horizon Hobby for the first time in some pretty gusty winds!

 

What we liked

  • Docile handling
  • Flies well in the wind
  • Officially licensed by Cessna—exact scale replica!
  • AS3X (Artificial Stabilization) technology—little gyros automatically stabilizes in hard winds (you can turn off this feature if you prefer)
  • SAFE technology—auto-level capabilities—limits the bank and pitch of the plane
  • Great size to fly in small places
  • A good plane for beginners, intermediate pilots and even expert pilots
  • Decent flight time—approximately 12 minutes
  • No programming required


 

Other thoughts

  • BNF (bind-n-fly) plane—it only comes with the plane and manual so that means you’ll need to get a transmitter, batteries and chargers
  • These are fairly delicate—which is to be expected from an ultra micro plane

 

 

Specs 

  • Price: $129.99
  • Weight: 4.6 oz
  • Length: 20.3 in (516 mm)
  • Wing span: 25 in (635 mm)
  • Motors: Brushless 180 Outrunner 2500 kv
  • Battery: Runs off 200-280 2s lipos
  • Full 4-channel control—elevator ailerons rudder and throttle
  • Steerable nose wheel

 

 

Get your own UMX Cessna 182 here!

 

Have you flown the UMX Cessna 182? Which ultra micro plane is your favorite to fly? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!

COMMENTS

Sir Fly on June 8, 2017
Hey guys, how's it going!

Quick question: have u guys reviewed or are planning to review the small Eachine microquads? U guys seem to be in love with the Hubsan, tiny whoop, and baby hawk, but I was wondering what your guys opinions on the e55 or e52 are?

Thanks and take care!

- Sir Fly
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