Flyzone Sensei FS RTF Trainer RC Plane Review

Introduction of Flyzone Sensei FS RTF Trainer

The Sensei FS RTF electric trainer from Flyzone Planes allows even the most novice pilots take to the skies, easing their fears and bringing great excitement to their very first successful flight! The Sensei features FS, or Flight Stabilization, which makes the aircraft stabilizes automatically for beginner pilots learning to fly while the powerful brushless motors deliver the power that’s needed for aerobatic moves that you’ll soon be comfortable performing.

The Sensei FS trainer also features a very cool drop-door that allows you to remotely drop bombs, streamers, or even candy for folks to catch below, all with a flip of the switch on your included Tactic 6-Channel 2.4GHz SLT radio.

We’re going to take a closer look at the Sensei FS and walk you through the minimal assembly process, flight controls, and of course flight testing videos that shows how well the FlyZone Sensei FS performs both for experienced pilots and beginners a like.



The WISE Flight Stabilization System automatically keeps your plane flying level, so you can learn at your own pace.

  • Beginner MODE:
    Limited bank and pitch; just release sticks to return to neutral
  • Intermediate MODE:
    More bank and pitch freedom; more maneuverability
  • Advanced MODE:
    Fly on your own, without limits
  • Bailout Switch;
    Automatically returns plane to level flight
    anytime, in any mode
  • AeroCell™ foam airframe with molded-in detail and pre-applied trim scheme
  • WISE 3-axis flight stabilization system
  • Simple, screw-together assembly — no gluing required
  • Factory-installed motor, ESC & servos
  • Factory-installed SLT receiver
  • Rechargeable, high-output 3S 2100mAh LiPo flight battery
  • Steerable nose gear
  • AC/DC LiPo balancing charger

With the Sensei FS RTF, it’s truly Ready to Fly. Everything is included for you to begin taking to the skies. Read on to the next page of the review and we’ll unbox the Sensei!

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