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04-27-2018 10:04 PM  3 months agoPost 1
Blue Angel

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Anyone out there have any experience (good or bad) with the RadioLink AT10II(updated) transmitter and receiver. This system is produced in China and appears to be a Futaba copy. Common pricing is around $140 - $150. Runs airplanes, helis, and drones. Just wondering how good a system it actually is. Comments welcomed. Thanks!

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04-29-2018 04:21 PM  3 months agoPost 2
niyot

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No experience with radio link...
Why not pick up a used futaba for the same price?? Just keep an eye on the forums or eBay.

Hood HeLi : RIP Roman

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04-30-2018 01:32 AM  3 months agoPost 3
motorhead540

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No actual radio link experience here I have a couple of their receivers I got in a package deal with a bunch of helicopter parts could not get much info on them ...
like the other poster said there are lost of good deals on used Futaba radios I have a T8FGS black listed with is a 14 channel fasst system with 2 receivers for 150.00 currently over on rcgroups

wife says if i'm going to be an addict at least its to a heli

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04-30-2018 12:52 PM  3 months agoPost 4
Heli_Splatter

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I heard that they are good radios. Why pay Futaba prices? Knock off, Knock off. It is about time.

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04-30-2018 05:38 PM  3 months agoPost 5
Blue Angel

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Thanks everyone for the replies. Not looking to purchase a new radio at this time, only looking for information on this system. I had not heard of it until I stumbled on it in Ebay.

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04-30-2018 06:28 PM  3 months agoPost 6
spaceman spiff

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Just out of curiosity I looked it up on google. A few folks commented that they had problems. Some problems might have been the poor instructions, but one said his toy flew away. Loss of signal range? Might turn out OK at some point, but I do not plan on trying one anytime soon.

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