Multiplex Easy Glider 4 RC Plane Kit
Product Code: MPX264332
$339.99
Multiplex Easy Glider 4 RC Plane Kit
Product Code: MPX214332
$189.99

Shop for Radio-Controlled Gliders in Australia

Float through the skies with a radio controlled glider from Metro Hobbies. We stock an extensive range of gliders manufactured by popular brands such as Multiplex, E-Flite, and more. Alternatively, you can browse our online store and discover different RC plane models, including warbirds, aerobatics, and gliders. As one of the largest specialist hobby retail groups in Australia, Metro Hobbies is dedicated to providing a versatile range of products that suit all experience levels and interests.

Discover RC Electric Gliders for Sale At Metro Hobbies

Create a fun-filled and smooth flying experience with a new RC glider plane from Metro Hobbies. Combined with the expertise and experience of our friendly team, rest assured that you can find the RC plane of your dreams in our store - so don’t hesitate to get in touch with us! Visit our store in person or shop online to enjoy Australia-wide delivery. We also offer buy now, pay later options, including LatitudePay, Afterpay, ZipPay, and Laybuy.

FAQ

What materials are the RC gliders made with?

Our RC gliders are constructed with composite-reinforced, modded EPO material to offer a lightweight and durable airframe. This material enables you to easily maintain your RC glider and make the most out of your flight experience.

Do RC gliders have an engine?

Our RC gliders are built with small electrical components that make a reliable and excellent power source. At Metro Hobbies, we also offer batteries and chargers that complement our RC gliders.

How do I fly my RC glider?

Our RC gliders have a simple and user-friendly design, making them an ideal option for any beginner hobbyists. You can always start by regularly practising in a spacious area to avoid unwanted accidents.

What do I do if my RC glider crashes?

If you accidentally crash your RC glider, you need to check if all control surfaces and the wings are still intact. You can try a quick flying test to see if your glider still works properly. If the damage isn’t too severe, you can always use glue to re-attach any broken part.