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For the price?? Who cares. The radio works great!
By Adam Hawk on March 10, 2018
No, It may take a little sprinkle of rain but I wouldn't get it wet.
By chambers on September 26, 2017
It should work as long as it has the same connectors.
By Bone594 on May 8, 2018
Hello.my friend. If you make an order.we will send it within 48 hours. and it is about 15-30days to reach.… see more Hello.my friend. If you make an order.we will send it within 48 hours. and it is about 15-30days to reach. B.R Jim see less
By Hobbyking SELLER on March 11, 2018
The transmitter comes with a receiver. Steering servo in ch 1, speed control in ch2. Btw, this radio is NOT compatible with FlySky's other receivers, like the ones that come with the original GT2 and the GT3C. But it is compatible with High Voltage BECs and servos.
By R. Vernon on February 26, 2018
I just looked up on the CD that was provided with this 2 channel radio and it does have a failsafe. I have been using this radio for my Axial Jeep Rock Crawler and it works really well.
By Bone594 on February 12, 2018
Yes. Thats exactly why there is a BEC on the ESC, so you dont need a 6V battery for the receiver.
By GaryY on January 31, 2018
It should I use it in my boats
By Robert church on December 29, 2017
I don't know the actual range in feet of this transmitter. I use this on my Rock Crawler and I have tested it at 500 feet easily and it works very well. But you should be able to get more than that. I also just looked up in the manual to see if it tells the range, but it is not listed.
By Bone594 on December 27, 2017
I suggest you use your right hand for the trigger, turn the control sideways and operate the direction control with your left hand.
By wre on December 25, 2017
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December 22, 2016
This controller is perfect for a 2 1/2 year old to learn on. We have had many other controllers and all my kids have started young and made it work on the controls they started on, but when I saw this, I thought I want to see how this one might be. So I got it and I was impressed with it. It's great in an adults hand, but the real test and why I wanted it was for my 2 year old son. So I let him hold it and he was able to use it a lot better than most other controllers. Everything seems to be a lot closer and he can wrap his little hands around it ok. Talk about a happy boy to be out using this controller with his truck and to be having fun with me and his brother and sister is a blast for him.
January 1, 2018
I was using a Futaba 3 ch on a Rovan 35cc 1/5 scale with rpm suspension and a Integy full steel roll cage, a 2 speed tranny. I had noise glitches from the motor. i tried my three ch Airtronics. same problem. I tried a noise suppressor on the plug no help. I finally grabbed my Fly-sky TX FS-GT3B. I did a harmonic increase on the rx antenna and used hard wire .I bent it slightly forward. no glitches. My first run was just at 73 mph real time and the front wheels became unstable from lift. I put a spoiler on the front of the car, put total slicks on it and I hit 90 mph. I could not do the same mod on the Futaba or Airtronics. I wouldn't install one of these types radio in a 40 foot long 747 with real turbines. But any rc unit up to 1500 dollars i wouldn't hesitate using a fly-sky or any of their counterparts out there.
December 17, 2017
Bought this to replace a failed transmitter/receiver in my truggy. Extremely cheap and fantastic range. The transmitter\receiver comes binded out of the box, so all I needed to do was swap out the receiver on my truggy, connect the wires and I was off to the races, literally. Total time from out of the box to functioning truggy was less then five minutes. No problem with range, which really surprised me with such an inexpensive transmitter\receiver bundle. If you are looking to replace broken or obsolete electronics for your rc car, give this one a shot. You will not be disappointed.
By R. Vernon
November 12, 2017
Nice simple radio. Lighter weight than its GT2 predecessor. Uses four AA batts instead of eight. The big difference is both a positive and a negative: The receiver that comes with this radio is a new one that can accept 4.0V - 8.4V. That means it will support high-voltage servos. That's good. BUT, it also means that you can only use the new FS-A3 receivers with this radio. Neither of these are compatible with the rest of FlySky's line of radios and receivers. They will not bind with the regular Flysky stuff. If you want a radio that will work with your other FlySky receivers, just get the $20 original GT2. But if you have high voltage servos, this is the radio and receiver for you.
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