The DHC-2 Beaver was designed by de Havilland of
Canada for flight in remote wilderness areas of the world. The Beaver
was designed to be exceptionally rugged and powerful. This single-engine
monoplane could easily be retrofitted with wheels, skis or floats. The
short takeoff and landing capabilities made it ideal to access areas
that could normally only be reached by boat or foot. The Beaver entered
into service in 1948 and quickly established itself by flying to the
frozen, remote areas of Canada and Alaska. Despite the fact that
production ceased in 1967, many of the DHC-2 Beavers are still flying
today to access remote areas for fishermen or island-hopping tourists in
The DHC-2 Beaver 25e ARF is part of E-flite’s PLATINUM SERIES. The
platinum series delivers superior, enhanced features and meticulous
attention to detail. E-flite’s Platinum Series is just one more way that
E-flite brings you the most advanced electric flight experience.
The details of this PLATINUM SERIES scale model include corrugated
flight surfaces, concealed tail linkages and a scale dummy motor. The
construction of the lightweight, sturdy airframe is balsa and plywood.
The scale enthusiast will admire the scale color scheme, prepainted
fiberglass cowl, and genuine UltraCote® covering. In addition, the
removable one-piece wing allows for easy transportation.
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