iHobby RC Plane – 2.4Ghz 2 Channels RC Airplane, RC Aircraft, Navy Blue

iHobby RC New Releasing 2 Channels 2.4Ghz Remote Control Airplane C-17.
WARNING: Pay attention to insert the socket while connecting the motor wires with PCB board. Please always insert using “WHITE” with “WHITE” color and “RED” with “RED” color.
Note: Airplane is 50% assembled Kits from Unbox. Pilot need to complete last procedures for making their own C-17 by following up our steps in instruction manual. Please connect motor wires following WARNING step above. Hope you will enjoy to building your sky dream.
Specification:
Item Name: iHobby RC Airplane C-17
Material: EPP foam
Wingspan: 373mm
Length: 400mm
Motor: Coreless Type:716A
Battery: 3.7V 300mAh Lipo rechargeable softpack
Taking off Weight: 50g
Flying Time: Aprroximated 15min
Charging Time: 40mins
Remote Control: 2.4Ghz
Range: 80m – 100m
Features:
EPP foam,light weight and durable.
Smoothly body design, Kits simple assembling procedure enable you to build your own airplane.
Efficiency 716A coreless motor support your plane lasting a long time flight.
Thanks to 3-axis gyroscope system,which have this airplane flights more stable and easy, suitable for beginners.
Includes:
Half-assembled iHobby RC Airplane C-17
iHobby RC 2 Channels Remote Control
Removable 1S Lipo rechargerable battery with USB charger
Spare Propellers
Instruction Manual
Remind:Remote control requires AA battery (Not included)

Product Features

  • C-17 military airplane is most popular in the world during passing several years. It was developped for US Air Force, what has got huge successful in gobal militery action. Not only US Air Force, but most other countries like it.
  • This is super light weight 2 channels 2.4Ghz RC airplane C-17, The weight of taking off is 50g and it was made of EPP material. It will result in lasting a long flight time stay in sky.
  • The unique technology helps pilot easy to flight. It is related to 3 axis Gyroscope building in ESC, which makes this plane flights stable automatic. Eighter experts or beginners, who are able to handling it easy by crazy innovation in technology. Thanks for that.
  • Durable EPP foam protects the airplane safety from air crashing, also protects body and wing all are in good condition from curving during transportation.
  • As its less weight, two coreless 716 motors support enough power to fly in the sky. Two methods of taking off ( throw off or sliding off ) brings amazing flight route for pilot.

Preview Very Hot 1/6 US Navy SEAL HALO UDT Jumper x 2 & US Army Special Forces HALO

High-altitude military parachuting or military free fall (MFF) is a method of delivering personnel, equipment, and supplies from a transport aircraft at a high altitude via free-fall parachute insertion. Two techniques are used: HALO (high altitude – low opening) and HAHO (high altitude – high opening).

In the HALO technique, the parachutist opens his parachute at a low altitude after free-falling for a period of time, while in the HAHO technique, the parachutist opens his parachute at a high altitude just a few seconds after jumping from the aircraft. HALO techniques date back to 1960 when the U.S. Air Force was conducting experiments that followed earlier work by Colonel John Stapp in the late 1940s through early 1950s on survivability factors for high-flying pilots needing to eject at high altitudes. In recent years, the HALO technique has been practiced by civilians as a form of skydiving. HALO is used for delivering equipment, supplies, or personnel, while HAHO is generally used only for personnel.

In typical HALO / HAHO insertions, the troops are dispatched from altitudes between 15,000 feet (4,600 m) and 35,000 feet (11,000 m).

VERY HOT will be releasing three versions of 1/6 scale HALO military figures: a U.S. ARMY Special Forces – HALO (shown above and in the pictures following), a U.S. Navy SEAL HALO UDT (Underwater Demolition Team) Jumper Camouflage Dry Suit version and a U.S. Navy SEAL HALO UDT Jumper Wet Suit version, all with and without figure options available.

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These are certainly not the first 12-inch HALO figure sets to have ever been released. Dragon Models Limited released their version many many years ago but the best sets were to come from Hot Toys, way before they even went into movie merchandising. Hot Toys released two versions of HALO jumpers way back in 2001 (a U.S. Army Special Forces Green Beret Woodlands camouflage version and a U.S. Navy SEAL wet suit version) on which these Very Hot releases seem to be based on as well. It’s been a while since we have seen HALO figures so this is good for new comers to the 12-inch military figure market. You can check out pictures of the 2001 released Hot Toys 1/6 scale U.S. Navy SEAL Team 6 HALO (High Altitude Low Opening) Jumper 12-inch figure posted on my toy blog HERE
BBI also released a Elite Force 1/6 scale Australian SAS Regiment HALO Jumper (SASR HALO) “CPL Chris Naylor” 12-inch military figure in 2003 and it was GOOD! Not as heavily decked out as Hot Toys’ HALO, but still very nice for the asking price. You can see the pictures HERE.
In 2004, Hot Toys followed up with their 1/6 scale U.S. Navy SEAL Night Ops Jumper 12-inch figure which was not a HALO figure but a straight drop paratrooper figure. Check out the post HERE.
In a typical HALO exercise, a parachutist will jump with: an altimeter, an automatic [parachute] activation device (AAD), a parachute, knife, helmet, pair of gloves, pair of military free-fall boots, bailout oxygen, 50 to 100+ pound combat pack with fighting and sustenance gear (depending on the mission parameters and operational specifications). These operators are certainly a rare breed!
The VERY HOT 1/6 scale U.S. ARMY Special Forces – HALO 12-inch figure will come with a Vin Diesel looking head sculpt for the figure and outfit option.
Scroll down to see pictures of the Very Hot U.S. Navy SEAL HALO UDT (Underwater Demolition Team) Jumper Camouflage Dry Suit version (with and without figure options)
All types of parachuting technique are dangerous, but HALO/HAHO carry special risks. At high altitudes (greater than 22,000 feet [6,700 m]), the partial pressure of oxygen in the Earth’s atmosphere is low. Oxygen is required for human respiration and lack of pressure can lead to hypoxia. Also, rapid ascent in the jump aircraft without all nitrogen flushed from the bloodstream can lead to decompression sickness (also known as caisson disease or “the bends”).
A typical HALO exercise will require a pre-breathing period (30–45 minutes) prior to jump where the jumper breathes 100% oxygen in order to flush nitrogen from their bloodstream. Also, a HALO jumper will employ an oxygen bottle during the jump. Danger can come from medical conditions affecting the jumper. For example, cigarette smoking, alcohol and drug use (including histamine antagonists, sedatives, and analgesics), anemia, carbon monoxide, fatigue and anxiety can all lead to a jumper being more susceptible to hypoxia. In addition, problems with the oxygen bottle and during the changeover from the pre-breather to the oxygen bottle can result in the return of nitrogen to the jumper’s bloodstream and, therefore, an increased likelihood of decompression sickness.
Another risk is from the low ambient temperatures prevalent at higher altitudes. At an altitude of 35,000 feet, the jumper faces temperatures of –45 °C (–50 °F), and can experience frostbite. However, HALO jumpers generally wear polypropylene knit undergarments and other warm clothing to prevent this.

HALO carries the additional risk that if the parachute fails to deploy or lines become tangled, there is less time to resort to the reserve (back-up parachute) or untangle the lines, though the reserve is the best option if this were to occur.

The VERY HOT 1/6 scale U.S. Navy SEAL HALO UDT (Underwater Demolition Team) Jumper Camouflage Dry Suit version 12-inch figure will come with a Jason Statham looking head sculpt for the figure and outfit option.
Last but not least, Very Hot will also be releasing a U.S. Navy SEAL HALO UDT Jumper Wet Suit version (with and without figure options)
The figure option will come with a Jason Statham looking head sculpt
Reblogged 3 years ago from toyhaven.blogspot.com

Very Hot 1/6th scale U.S. Navy SEAL Polar Mountain Striker Uniform Set (DCU version)

Mountain warfare refers to warfare in the mountains or similarly rough terrain. This type of warfare is also called Alpine warfare, after the Alps mountains. Mountain warfare is one of the most dangerous types of combat as it involves surviving not only combat with the enemy but also the extreme weather and dangerous terrain. Attacking a prepared enemy position in mountain terrain requires a greater ratio of attacking soldiers to defending soldiers than would be needed on level ground. Mountains at any time of year are dangerous – lightning, strong gusts of wind, falling rocks, extreme cold, and crevasses are all additional threats to combatants.

The expense of training mountain troops precludes them from being on the order of battle of most armies except those who reasonably expect to fight in such terrain. Mountain warfare training is arduous and in many countries is the exclusive preserve of elite units such as special forces or commandos, who as part of their remit should have the ability to fight in difficult terrain. Regular units may also occasionally undertake training of this nature.

Mountain troop climbers use a range of specialized climbing equipment that includes: special climbing shoes with sticky rubber soles, climbing harnesses, carabiners for hooking onto climbing rope lines, nuts – metal wedges that fit into cracks, used to secure climbing lines.

Very Hot will be releasing not one but two U.S. Navy SEAL Polar Mountain Striker Uniform Sets (Woodlands camouflage version and Desert camouflage version) that look very similar to the ones released by Hot Toys many many years ago when Hot Toys were still small and concentrating on the military figures market, before they hit the big time with their Movie Masterpiece Series. These are great sets because they come fully loaded with everything except the kitchen sink.

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Hot Toys 1/6 scale U.S. Navy SEAL Polar Mountain Striker 12-inch military figures came with the following and it shouldn’t be any surprise that Very Hot is offering the same since they pretty much took what Hot Toys offered and released them as their own: Uniform consists of Fleece Jacket, Gore-tex Jacket (in Woodlands camouflage) and pants. Accessories (a ton of them) include: Half-cut Protec Helmet with NVG Mount, Climbing Gear, Aluminum Sheave Bushing, Crampon, Ultra-Scender Rope Ascender, Link Cams, Piton, Ice Axe, Wall Hammer, Bolt, FrontPoint Gaiter, Chest Pouch, H-Storm Force 5 Backpack, Mountain Rope, Drop Leg EOD Pouch Carrier, Shemagh, Rappel Harness, SF TASC Headset, GPS, Wide Mouth Bottle, Profile NVG Goggles, VIP Strobe Light, Boots, OR Ski Gloves. Weapons: Assault rifle, M9 Pistol with Tactical Holster, combat knife with sheath, Paramedic Scissors
Reblogged 3 years ago from toyhaven.blogspot.com

U.S. Navy SEAL Polar Mountain Striker Uniform Set (Woodlands Camouflage) from Very Hot

Mountain warfare refers to warfare in the mountains or similarly rough terrain. This type of warfare is also called Alpine warfare, after the Alps mountains. Mountain warfare is one of the most dangerous types of combat as it involves surviving not only combat with the enemy but also the extreme weather and dangerous terrain. Attacking a prepared enemy position in mountain terrain requires a greater ratio of attacking soldiers to defending soldiers than would be needed on level ground. Mountains at any time of year are dangerous – lightning, strong gusts of wind, falling rocks, extreme cold, and crevasses are all additional threats to combatants.

The expense of training mountain troops precludes them from being on the order of battle of most armies except those who reasonably expect to fight in such terrain. Mountain warfare training is arduous and in many countries is the exclusive preserve of elite units such as special forces or commandos, who as part of their remit should have the ability to fight in difficult terrain. Regular units may also occasionally undertake training of this nature.

Mountain troop climbers use a range of specialized climbing equipment that includes: special climbing shoes with sticky rubber soles, climbing harnesses, carabiners for hooking onto climbing rope lines, nuts – metal wedges that fit into cracks, used to secure climbing lines.
Very Hot will be releasing not one but two U.S. Navy SEAL Polar Mountain Striker Uniform Sets (Woodlands camouflage version and Desert camouflage version) that look very similar to the ones released by Hot Toys many many years ago when Hot Toys were still small and concentrating on the military figures market, before they hit the big time with their Movie Masterpiece Series. These are great sets because they come fully loaded with everything except the kitchen sink.
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Hot Toys 1/6 scale U.S. Navy SEAL Polar Mountain Striker 12-inch military figures came with the following and it shouldn’t be any surprise that Very Hot is offering the same since they pretty much took what Hot Toys offered and released them as their own: Uniform consists of Fleece Jacket, Gore-tex Jacket (in Woodlands camouflage) and pants. Accessories (a ton of them) include: Half-cut Protec Helmet with NVG Mount, Climbing Gear, Aluminum Sheave Bushing, Crampon, Ultra-Scender Rope Ascender, Link Cams, Piton, Ice Axe, Wall Hammer, Bolt, FrontPoint Gaiter, Chest Pouch, H-Storm Force 5 Backpack, Mountain Rope, Drop Leg EOD Pouch Carrier, Shemagh, Rappel Harness, SF TASC Headset, GPS, Wide Mouth Bottle, Profile NVG Goggles, VIP Strobe Light, Boots, OR Ski Gloves. Weapons: Assault rifle, M9 Pistol with Tactical Holster, combat knife with sheath, Paramedic Scissors
Reblogged 3 years ago from toyhaven.blogspot.com

Preview Very Hot 1/6 scale USSOCOM Navy SEAL UDT 12-inch figure – he’s no transporter

The Underwater Demolition Teams (UDT) were an elite special-purpose force established by the United States Navy during World War II. They also served during the Korean War and the Vietnam War. Their primary function was to reconnoiter and destroy enemy defensive obstacles on beaches prior to amphibious landings. They also were the frogmen who retrieved astronauts after splashdown in the Mercury through Apollo manned space flight programs.

The UDTs pioneered combat swimming, closed-circuit diving, underwater demolitions, and midget submarine (dry and wet submersible) operations. They were the precursor to the present-day United States Navy SEALs. In 1983, after additional SEAL training, the UDTs were re-designated as SEAL Teams or Swimmer Delivery Vehicle Teams (SDVTs). SDVTs have since been re-designated SEAL Delivery Vehicle Teams.

Almost 10 years after Hot Toys release of the SEAL UDT figure, Very Hot Toys has finally made a copy. VHT started out by making copies of Hot Toys’ 12-inch military figures and they are still doing it to this day, proving that they can survive in this 1/6 scale collectible market simply by replicating, reproducing and rereleasing figures of old. Not content with just releasing 1/6 scale uniform sets in the past, this time Very Hot will be releasing this USSOCOM Navy SEAL UDT set with 12-inch figure. Before Hot Toys moved into movie-related figures and products where they have carved a niche for themselves as a top notch manufacturer with price to match, Hot Toys were releasing quite a number of military figures. The figures were all pretty loaded when they were released, carrying everything with them including the kitchen sink and this SEAL UDT figure by Very Hot is no exception, since it is pretty much a copy of what Hot Toys had done.

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Very Hot 1/6 scale USSOCOM Navy SEAL UDT 12-inch figure will come with Diving Suit, Diving Shoes, Diving Gloves, Force-Fin, LAR Rebreather, LAR Life Preserver, Diving Weight Belt, Military Diver Navigation Board, Diving Compass, Diving Depth Gauge, Q-OPS Waterproof Headset, Q-OPS PTT, OTS Underwater Radio, Diving Combat Lanyard, Diving Goggle, Combat Diving Knife and more…
Check out who’s under the hood? It’s none other than 1/6 scale Jason Statham. Another 12-inch Jason Statham figure that was recently released was the Art Figures AF-010 1/6 scale Soldiers of Fortune 12-inch action figure “Lee Christmas” (reviewed HERE, HERE and HERE). My first introduction to Jason Statham was in the 2002 film “The Transporter” where he played Frank Castle, a highly regarded “transporter” in the underworld. He will transport anything, anywhere – no questions asked – for the right price. I have kitbashed a 1:6 scale Jason Statham as Frank Martin 12-inch figure earlier HERE.

Related post:
Check out the pictures I took of some of my 1/6 scale combat diver 12-inch figures I had amassed in the early 2000 period HERE. It has been that long since a proper combat diver in diving suit has been released.

Reblogged 3 years ago from toyhaven.blogspot.com

PBY-5 Catalina  “Black Cat Squadron” – Navy Airplane Model Toy. Mahogany Wood Model Aircraft Scale: 1/64

PBY-5 Catalina  “Black Cat Squadron” – Navy Airplane Model Toy. Mahogany Wood Model Aircraft Scale: 1/64.The Consolidated PBY Catalina was an American flying boat of the 1930s and 1940s produced by Consolidated Aircraft. It was one of the most widely used multi-role aircraft of World War II. PBYs served with every branch of the US military and in the air forces and navies of many other nations. In the United States Army Air Forces and later in the USAF their designation was the OA-10, while Canadian-built PBYs were known as the Canso.

Product Features

  • Model Airplane’s Length: 13″
  • Model Plane’s Wingspan: 20″
  • Wood Model Plane Scale is 1/64
  • This fine quality display model airplane includes a decorative desk stand.
  • Hand Crafted Mahogany wood. Made in the US and shipped from the US using UPS Ground. Please allow 7 business days to arrive.

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