For flights a little different from those in multirotors, Eachine proposes the Razor. The name is incisive, but the aircraft is more cushy: it is a motor glider with a 120 cm wingspan, 81.7 cm long, made in EPO. The RTF version is delivered with all the necessary equipment. There is a brushless motor 1806 at 1800KV driven by a 30A ESC for a folding 8×6 propeller located at the front of the aircraft. There are also 2 servos of 4.3g and 1 servo of 8g for ailerons and elevator.
The Razor RTF may be a seemingly minimalist aircraft, but it is equipped with a Eachine Safe-RC flight controller and GPS. The pair allows to automate the launch sequence, to stabilize the aircraft for beginners (or slackers looking for pumps with less effort), and to offer an RTH initiated automatically in case of loss of radio link or on demand. Stabilization can be disabled for more sporty flights. The wings and tailplane are detachable for easy transport. A 2.4 GHz radio control is delivered with the unit, and pre-associated with the receiver on board. Eachine completes the equipment with an FPV camera coupled to an analog video transmitter from 25 to 400 mW.
It is not indicated by Eachine, but the manufacturer has chosen to equip the device with LiIon batteries, with less fishing but a better autonomy. They are 18650 2S1P of 3500 mAh. The weight of the RTF version is 1.37 kilo. The Razor RTF is proposed at $189.99 at Banggood. It is also available in FPV version (without radio, flight controller, GPS or battery), in PNP version with minimum equipment and in bare KIT version.