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Whizzer 06-24-2019 10:00 PM

Blitzworks RC
 
Just curious about planes by BlitzworksRC, Banana Hobby. They have some interesting models but as a newbie (you can tell by the number of posts) I wonder if anyone knows anything about them, the quality of design, fit and finish, durability, and kind of overall impression. Any help would be appreciated.

crxmanpat 06-24-2019 11:33 PM

Depends on who the actual manufacturer is ("BlitzworksRC" is just a rebranded name of some of the standard model manufacturers). To be honest, although Banana Hobby's service has gotten better in the past few years, you really can't beat Motion RC for quality and service. Not to mention they almost always have spare parts in stock (and the planes themselves) unlike other retailers. Go check them out and look over the wide selection of planes available.

www.motionrc.com

ChrisBrown 06-25-2019 08:53 AM

Hello, just looking around and got this, well, I am Chris and like to explore more over here. BlitzworksRC is something new kind of planes to me, does it come under the fighter jet.

Groundloop 04-15-2021 04:11 PM


Originally Posted by crxmanpat (Post 1019402)
Depends on who the actual manufacturer is ("BlitzworksRC" is just a rebranded name of some of the standard model manufacturers). To be honest, although Banana Hobby's service has gotten better in the past few years, you really can't beat Motion RC for quality and service. Not to mention they almost always have spare parts in stock (and the planes themselves) unlike other retailers. Go check them out and look over the wide selection of planes available.

www.motionrc.com

It seems to me that Banana Hobby's prices are a bit better than others. Any comments for anyone?


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