Solo is rugged

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So today I was flying my Solo and wound up getting it hung in the top of a 75 foot maple tree. It only took my about 2 hours to finally get it out. The result was it falling to the ground bouncing off limbs all the way down. The battery came off, 1 prop broken and a light cover popped off. Put battery back on, popped light cover on, replaced prop with spare from box and was flying again in minutes. I was wonderfully surprised. Fly with confidence guys. I love my Solo.
 

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Good to hear.. You lucked out there!
I would recommend doing a safety check on your hole Solo body and parts after a crash before taking it back up in the air again... especially the motor pots for any sounds or vibration that shouldn't be there !!


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