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RC Electric Plane Hobbyzone Mini Super Cub – Reviewed

Written by Joe Baker on . Posted in Miscellaneous

Read more: RC Electric Plane Hobbyzone Mini Super Cub – ReviewedThis is the third of seven remote controlled electric planes that we intend to review in separate detailed reviews on this site.  The others being: the Apprentice 15e (completed), Hobbyzone Champ (completed), Super Cub LP, Trojan T28, Cessna 182 and the new Cessna Classic 500.

Find me a replacement aeroplane for this model as we have just been advised by manufacturers that this RC plane has now been discontinued.  Oddly enough, we don’t see that Hobbyzone have anything to replace it with.  Perhaps they are of the opinion that the larger Super Cub LP can do what the little brother did??  Nevertheless, we will still review the Mini Super Cub as we see it currently filling a gap in the market place which will need to be substituted by something equally as capable.

What is the substitute planes name?

 (See 21 best electric planes compared - this site)

RC Electric Plane Hobbyzone Champ – Reviewed

Written by Joe Baker on . Posted in Miscellaneous

 

Read more: RC Electric Plane Hobbyzone Champ – ReviewedThis is the second of seven remote controlled electric planes that we intend to review in separate detailed writings on this site.  The others being: the Apprentice 15e (completed), Mini Super Cub, Super Cub LP, Trojan T28, Cessna 182 and the new Cessna Classic 500 culminating in a final article with a final comparison grid on all planes.  Our intention is to also review other peripheral equipment associated with RC planes such as Simulators and Performance batteries but interrelating the peripherals where they are best suited, ie a review on the Phoenix simulator will be with the Trojan T28 as it is one of the aeroplanes you can actually fly in the Simulator programme. 

The little Hobbyzone Champ arrived today so let’s look at the second plane in the review series supplied by www.rchobbies.com.au.

 (See 21 best electric planes compared - this site)

RC Electric Plane E-flite Apprentice 15e – Reviewed

Written by Joe Baker on . Posted in Miscellaneous

 

Read more: RC Electric Plane E-flite Apprentice 15e – ReviewedThis is the first of the seven RC Electric planes, peripheral equipment and add-ons supplied by www.rchobbies.com.au.  We intend to do seven separate in-depth reviews over the next few months - on the E-flite Apprentice 15e, Hobbyzone Champ, Mini Super Cub, Super Cub LP, Trojan T28, Cessna 182 and the new Cessna Classic 500 with a final comparison grid on all planes.  Hence, we were very pleased when the Apprentice 15E arrived at our door a day or so earlier than expected. 

As described in the “Upcoming Reviews”, we will be evaluating the planes from both a true beginner as well as from an expert perspective and will report on all sorts of info in areas that you are unlikely to have seen in other reviews, ie space required to fly each plane as a beginner pilot or an experienced one, take off and landing distances, type and condition of landing medium required for that plane, peculiarities of flight, advantages of Li-Po performance batteries, up market DX6i transmitter, simulators, and Swallow EQ chargers to mention but a few.  We are hopeful of covering everything that anyone wanting to fly RC electric would need to know.

So let’s get started!

 (See 21 Best RC electric planes compared - this site)

BigLeash Remote Dog Trainer - Reviewed

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Miscellaneous



Read more: BigLeash Remote Dog Trainer  -  Reviewed

We all love a well-trained dog.  But training a dog is not always easy and we need all the help that we can get.  These days electronic training units are very much in vogue.  After our first dog training unit which we reviewed a couple of months ago we received a request to take a good look at the BigLeash from DogWatch  and supplied by courtesy of Ace Dog Supplies. The BigLeash seems to be the top dog, so to speak, when it comes to these remote training units.
I don't know if my dog was looking forward to this training session but I certainly was and here are the results.

 

B&D Rolling Door Opener – Reviewed

Written by Joe Baker on . Posted in Miscellaneous

Read more: B&D Rolling Door Opener – Reviewed

Look at this!  Installation made easy, well built and quiet to operate.  What am I describing?  It’s the B&D Diamond Power Drive door opener graciously provided for a review by www.bnd.com.au

What they didn’t know was that I have had one of their older products before and that is still going strong operating one of my five roller doors, pretty much on a daily basis, so just maybe I might be a bit biased.

At digitalreviews.net we tend to only pick products we are fairly sure come from a good stable, having used their older products before or are impressed with the supplier’s code of ethics.  Anyway, I shall take you through the installation, which I intend to do on my own and check that this later model, the Diamond PD - Power Drive operates as well, or manages to equal my older one.  Surpass it?  Let’s see!   
   

Blu-Ray Disc and Network Media Player Inside -- HDi Dune BD Prime 3.0 Reviewed

Written by Paul Moons on . Posted in Miscellaneous

Read more: Blu-Ray Disc and Network Media Player Inside -- HDi Dune BD Prime 3.0 ReviewedWith the sheer number of Network Media Players on the market today, manufacturers are increasingly looking to find a clever angle to distinguish their products from the others. In putting a Blu-Ray drive inside the BD Prime 3.0, HDi Dune's angle is more of a convergence. A convergence of everything HD.

 

 

Read on for our review.

 

 

Apollyon Rising 2012 - a Book Review

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Miscellaneous

Read more: Apollyon Rising 2012 - a Book ReviewImagine writing a book that you know will have a lifespan of only two years.  That's the danger of publishing a book with the date 2012 in the title.  However, it also gives an immediacy for the buying public as we all want to know what's going to happen in the very near future, rather than decades down the track. 

And so it is with the book Apollyon Rising 2012-- The Lost Symbol Found and the Final Mystery of the Great Seal Revealed by Thomas Horn.  If you think that is a long title, there is also a synopsis on the cover: A Terrifying and Prophetic Cipher Hidden from the World by the US Government for over 200 Years Is Here!

This sounds like the ultimate conspiracy theory in the style of Dan Brown.
Except...
there are some disturbing facts that sets it apart in this popular genre.

 

 

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