Take Off with the Convergence VTOL

It's a plane. It's a drone. It's the new E-Flite Convergence VTOL (Vertical Take Off & Landing) aircraft, and it's in stock now!

Featuring three brushless motors, including two that tilt up, the Convergence blends the performance of a delta-wing airplane with the controllability of a multi-rotor drone. It's a great product for a drone pilot interested in fixed-wing aircraft, or vice-versa. It can even be set up for FPV flight!

Pick up yours for only $249.99 (Bind-N-Fly Version)!

HobbyZone Rezo has Arrived

The newest micro-drone in the HobbyZone product line has finally come in! It features a 480p camera built in - and this thing is like a couple of inches square! It also features auto-takeoff and auto-land, as well as a headless mode for those new to flying.

Stop in and get yours today - and they make great stocking stuffers! Only $39.99!

RealFlight X In Stock Now!

RealFlight is still one of the best ways to learn how to fly R/C aircraft. The physics, graphics, and overall polish to the program makes it stand out among the numerous R/C flight simulators as the best of the best, and now, it takes that title one step further.

The newest release, RealFlight X, is a huge step forward in graphics, performance, and realism. it adds features life FPV drone racing courses to keep up with the ever-changing world of R/C flight. Whether you yearn to pilot drones, race quadcopters, knife-edge airplanes, or hover helicopters, RealFlight X has an aircraft for you.

It's worth noting that, unlike the last few versions of RealFlight, there is no upgrade path from a previous version to RF-X; you need to purchase the entire package. This is due to the complete overhaul of the entire simulator and brand-new physics engine.

Please check out the system requirements below before you purchase, as software cannot be returned once sold. Make sure your computer can run the program! If you're not sure what your PC's specs are, download and install the Belarc Advisor. Run the program, print out the results, and, if you're not able to interpret them, bring the results to us. We can at least let you know if your computer can handle RF-X.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Windows 7, 8, or 10 (64-bit)
  • Quad-Core Processor
  • Direct-X 11 Compatible Graphics Card w/ 2GB Memory (GTX 460 or better)
  • Integrated graphics NOT recommended
  • 30GB Hard Drive Space
  • 4GB Ram
  • DVD Drive
  • At Least 1 Open USB Port

Optimal System Requirements

  • Intel Core i7-6700 Processor
  • nVidia GTX1080 or equivalent
  • 32GB Ram
  • SSD Drive

Now through November 19th, Roger's Hobby Center Rewards Customers can purchase RealFlight X at a discount! See us in the store for details!

Inductrix FPV In Stock!

As we said back in August, the Blade Inductrix FPV is a product that we're really excited about, and now it's here! We have twelve of these tiny FPV machines in stock, and they are tremendously fun to fly. I have personally gotten to pilot it around the store, and it's truly a blast. I've never been one for FPV flying before, and I think the Inductrix FPV might just change my mind.

Hold races in your basement and invite your friends over! Zoom it around your office on your lunch break! However and wherever you fly, the Inductrix FPV is a great way to get into the FPV side of the hobby. Pick up yours today for only $199.99, completely Ready-to-Fly!

DX6e Radio System Has Arrived

It you're in the market for a less expensive alternative to the Spektrum DX6 transmitter, but don't want to compromise on the great programming features it offers, then check out the new DX6e!

Designed to replace the aging DX6i transmitter, the DX6e offers the same programming features, multiple wing types, 250 model memory, and channel assignments that the DX6 has. The only features lacking are a training cord plug (but you can still utilize the wireless training link Spektrum offers) and the voice alerts feature. The case is entirely plastic, much like the DXe transmitter, but that don't really detract from the look and feel of the transmitter.

The new DX6e is available with a six channel AR610 receiver for only $179.99, and if you don't need the receiver, you can purchase the transmitter alone for $149.99, and they are in stock now!