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Old 09-26-2005, 03:25 AM
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Greetings,
I just bought a Losi Jrx-s and I am torn between buying 2 radios.
Either "Airtronics M11" or "Ko Propo Helios EX-10".
I cannot handle these radioes, since no local rc hobby shop stocks them.
My hands are rather big, I want all the basic features.

I am a novice, but improving quickly.
Wich radio is more user-friendly ?
Wich radio do you think would suit me better.
It would be nice to hear comments from people that have tried both radios.

Best regards.
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Old 09-26-2005, 03:37 AM
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both are excellent radios but the M11 has thicker grips so should fit bigger hands better. the EX10 grips are smaller and is better suited to small hands, there is a large grip option for it though. The M11 is heavier than the EX10.
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Old 09-26-2005, 04:07 AM
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i believe the ko is more user friendly than the m11
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Hi,
I used to drive with an M8 and found it a bit heavy but got used to it.
I now drive with an EX10 and that is so much better
I have also felt the M11 and find it to top heavy.
The EX10 also has 2 optional colours, drop down that piviots to suit you style and gold screw kit these are options and cost more but look great.
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I've never held the KO radio. I have an M11 and it is a bit complicated, but it seems to be a very nice radio. It has many control adjustments. It is heavy, but I find it quite comfortable.

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