Edf Jet

EDF jet planes or electric ducted fan jet planes are amongst the most popular models amongst hobbyists. EDF jets are popular not just for their design and realism, but also for their ease of use. Available in scale models as well as in original designs, these EDF jet planes are easily amongst the most popular models around the world today.

Buying an EDF jet is almost always dependent on the design of the plane. The reason is that the concept behind running the plane is simply a large fan, which is placed in a duct within the body of the plane. The concept of ducted fans has been used in aviation for decades, with planes like the Bell X-22, the F-35 Lightning II and other vertical take-off and landing aircraft.

While in RC models, the use of ducted fans is more static, like a propeller, the format is quite abundant with a variety of models and designs available for the general hobbyist. EDF jets, today, are available in almost all toy and hobby stores. After using the Internet as the initial reference point for your models, you can move onto understanding the details involved in building or running these EDF jet planes.

EDF jets are usually available in Ready-to-Fly models because of their simplicity in design. These models are not too difficult to fly, usually come with 3-channel radio controllers and are rarely required to much more than fly around.

However, like every RC model genre, EDF jet planes also have a deep-end of the model pool. This means, getting into the 2.4GHz category of models, with 6-channel radio controllers, brushless motors, multiple servos, longer flight times, more power and a massive size.

This makes EDF jets the model of choice for people of all ages and with varied ability in the world of RC jets. While these electric models will never have the same sound and realism as gasoline or nitro-powered planes, they are a lot of fun in any case.

EDF jet models are also available in the form of kits and almost Ready-to-Fly models, giving everyone the kind of depth they need in building them.

Whether you are a youngster getting into the hobby of RC airplanes or someone who's just looking to take a break from the serious stuff, EDF jet models are the ideal step to take. Simple, easy and ideal for people of all skill levels, you can make your day more fun with EDF jet planes.

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