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Spektrum, new, useless... by onetenor Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 months ago
Westie if you want more "OH"s I think my namesake Mantua Models have some. Re unglazed ones if you get a look at them before you buy there should be a little ridge inside that the "GLASS" sits on. If you cut your glazing material carefully--- A sharp tube is best to cut it with. A drop of canopy glue secures it well. Re insurance etc. I was hit behind the eye on the temple by a model weighing less than half a pound. A low speed bipe at that. It hit at an angle from behind & I was almost knocked out by it. A strong breeze took it off course. Anything bigger could have killed me I think. Quite a few planes went adrift that day with the wind strength what it was. 15 -18 MPH I think it was. No harm was done luckily Therefore I would have insurance from one source or other. Bring back MAP👍

Too Powerful Brushless ? by onetenor Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 1 year ago
I think you've missed the point. Everyone has said you need less wattage . Ie under 500 watts and you've picked one at 500.Something about 440/50 watts tops is what you need.Even 350 would move your boat at a more scale speed with the right prop and a 5mm shaft. Have a look on Mantua models site ,Also Marine Model Supplies ,and Sussex Models. Oh yes also Wheelspin Models. If no luck ask Uncle Google.

Accessories for finishing touch by onetenor Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 1 year ago
Ned Two of my faves are Mantua models and Sussex Model Company. but if you Google for model boats accessories you will find lots. Like this.

Robbe 11941000 by onetenor Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 years ago
Bongiorno Sergio Try the the model shop with the english version of my name MANTUA MODELS and SUSSEX MODELS. Good luck John Mantova👍

Is westbournemodel@ co serious? by onetenor Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 3 years ago
Can I add MANTUA MODELS as being good suppliers . They have a branch in England and in Italy. The fact that Mantua is the Anglisization of my surname has no bearing on the matter LOL 😁 John Mantova

AmalfI - converted static kit by CapnJim Commander   Posted: 6 years ago
Mantua models 'Amalfi' Scale 1:35 Length 400mm. Fishing boat converted to 2 CH RC. Sails well, freeboard a little low but ok. Nets detactable for heavier weather sailing! Photos show her on home 12' dia. pool but she sails well on boating pond. Runs for 20mins. on 4xAA batteries all In.