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Neptune EPO Foam RC Jet With 64MM EDF

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Product Information

The TechOne Neptune is light weight but with a powerful 5000KV brushless motor fan with big Li-Po battery, it's very fast without being difficult to fly. Made from strong EPO making it crash resistant, this makes a great first RC jet.

The light weight, matched with the big power and large rudders makes this jet more maneuverable than standard ones. The wings are angled up at the corners and have wing fences making the jet easy to fly and stable. The lid has a nice feature magnet locking system giving quick access to the cockpit without any tools. The model comes almost fully built with only minor assembly required before flight. The Neptune is great fun with barrel roles, vertical flight, inverted flight and more all possible with ease.

Product Features


  • Light weight, high power for advanced maneuvers
  • Large double rudders
  • Powerful 5000KV brushless motor for high speed flying
  • Magnetic sealing lid
  • Strong EPO material
  • Angled wings for stable flight
  • Easy to fly
  • Low Priced
  • Wing fences for stable flight
  • Easy assembly

Product Specifications


  • Fuselage Length: 630mm
  • Wingspan: 1230mm
  • Flying Weight: 660g (710g with battery)
  • Fan: 64mm EDF
  • Motor: 2010 5000KV
  • ESC: 40Amp
  • Servos: 2 x 9g servos
  • Channels: 4
  • Battery: 3S 11.1V 1800 - 2500mAh Li-Po 25c (Not included)

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Neptune EPO Foam RC Jet With 64MM EDF

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