It’s the Holiday Season!

OK, I’m guilty… It’s been truly FOREVER since I’ve posted anything! I appreciate everyone who’s read and commented and I hope I didn’t make anyone feel like I abandoned them or the blog here. The last couple of months are always crunch time for us at work. This year was simply busier than most.

Let’s get back to it!

Product is the name of the game here and in the last 2 months, we’ve been working EXTRA hard to get everything done and out for you. Look at the list of new stuff we’ve released in the last few months!

Phase 3 – Mini Spitfire

http://www.hobbypeople.net/gallery/107117.asp

I like this one because it’s tiny, but in the air it still flies great. It’s an OUTDOOR airplane even though it’s small. It’s zippy and fun. And , it doesn’t come with a radio so you can just drop in a receiver from a radio you already use and you’re good to go. The Receiver from the RDS8000 fits, no problem!

I mentioned this one earlier this year, but I will again. The Mini Mach Racer came in from Model Tech.  It’s small and fast and will take a pretty wide range of small, hot motors.

http://www.hobbypeople.net/gallery/123779.asp

The ASM Big Sukhoi arrived last week. Perfect for a Mark 1.35 or OS 140, this is a nice plane that has scale looks and flies well. I think it’s a value at 250.00 too.

http://www.hobbypeople.net/gallery/190123.asp

For the big planes, you need big servos. The new Airtronics 94780M servo has 423 in-oz of torque, it’s a standard size servo, and it delivers that power on 6.0V (It does not require a 2 cell lipo to deliver this power). I know, our competition now makes a standard size servo that runs on a 2 cell lipo direct. But here’s what I don’t get.. It only produces 40 in-oz of torque more than the 94780M and it costs 75.00 MORE!!!! The 94780M is only 125.00 bucks, making it the most powerful servo, with the lowest price, in its class. I think everyone will be pleased with the performance. It’s impressive.

http://www.hobbypeople.net/gallery/474380.asp

BH released a ton of new planes. For electric:

BH52 J-3 Cub Electric, the BH53 Decathlon Electric, the BH55 Extra 260 Electric, the smaller BH43 Trojan Electric, and the very impressive BH 51 B-25 Mitchell (with retracts!).

They’ve also released a P-40 for Glow. This plane is a 91 size plane with a 40 size price tag. Normal price is 200.00 and for the holiday season it’s 170.00 And… That’s with retracts!

Check them all out here:

http://www.hobbypeople.net/mfr/bhorse01.asp

VQ has released a TON of planes as well.

http://www.hobbypeople.net/mfr/vqmdl01.asp

The highlights:

Dago Red 46 seems to have a TON of interest., the new 60 size Hien’s are simply stunning, and the 46 size zeros have attracted a LOT of attention. But let’s not overlook it, there’s TONS of planes there. VQ has by far the widest selection of Warbirds in the market today. Scroll through the list, I think you’ll be blown away.

Ultrafly has released what I think is the most beautiful private aviation aircraft on the market, the Cirrus SR-22. Elegant yet practical. Fuselage is fiberglass and the canopy removes very easily for battery access. The wing is plug-in and easily removed for transport. The firewall as a built-in sub-firewall that places the motor in the right spot without much work and it has air inlets built in to cool the battery. This is a superior design like no other in its class.

http://www.hobbypeople.net/gallery/116544.asp

You might check this link too:

http://www.hobbypeople.net/specials/arrivals.asp

If anyone has any questions about the products, let me know.

Mike

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5 Responses to “It’s the Holiday Season!”

  1. mikegoesflying Says:

    Hi Everyone. On the first effort for this post, I found that the links were not live and that one was wrong! I’ve corrected that now. If anyone has any questions/comments, let me know!

    -Mike

  2. Tom Keliher Says:

    Hi Mike, I was just looking at Hobby People’s website and Black Horse model airplanes. Then I followed the link to BH’s webpage, hosted by HP. Then I did a google search for Black Horse Models and a place called American Pioneer Hobbies is at the top of the list and they claim they are the exclusive distributors of Black Horse model planes. So does Hobby People. What gives? Something is not quite right about this. Maybe you want to ckeck into this outfit?

  3. mikegoesflying Says:

    APH registered Black Horse as their own and they “were” the agent for the Black Horse line from Viet Nam

    We were named the agent, but because of the trademark issue, the factory switched to BH Models.

  4. Oscar Romero Says:

    Hi Mike
    How to leave my comment or review about selected item?
    I think that I was the first customer to buy a VQ Pilatus Porter when you released it in February.Today it is ready to fly. I have some pictures I would like to share whit fans.

    • mikegoesflying Says:

      Oscar,

      Feel free to review this item at http://www.hobbypeople.net. It will allow you to leave a star rating and comments about the plane. (If you can’t find the button to leave a review look at the page for the product and underneath the name there is a link to leave reviews.) If you wish to share pictures and have a Facebook account you can “like” Hobby People’s facebook page at facebook.com/HobbyPeople and post pictures on our wall.

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