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Duo Discus  * * * * *

Length: 268 mm
Material: Plastic
No. Parts: 50
Required: Glue, paint
Scale: 1:32
Skill level: 3
Trademark: Revell
Wing Span: 624 mm
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23.00 €
Weight: 500 g

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Duo Discus

The Duo Discus is one of the most popular two-seat gliders. Launched in 1993, ithas been continuously developed and is distinguished by its wide sphere of application from club training to high performance gliding. Outstanding performance data include well-trimmed flying characteristics, handling and agile manoeuvrability. Such user-friendly features make this two-seater into an aircraft with a real feel-good factor even under difficult conditions. Over 600 have been built to date.

The Duo Discus was conceived as an advanced trainer with good cross country ability. It has a four piece unflapped wing with a modified -Discus- planform. The fuselage is derived from that of the two-place Janus. Approach control is by top surface airbrakes.


Span Area Empty Weight Payload Gross Weight Wing Load Water Ballast
m ft sq.m sq.ft kg lb. kg lb. kg lb. kg
kg lb.
20 65.2 16.4 175.3 410 904 290 549 700 1453 42.7 8.74 200 441

L/D Max: 1:45


- New tool
- True-to-original design
- Detailed cockpit with bucket seats, imitation seat belts and controls
- Front steering linkage
- Detailed instrument panel
- Detailed joystick and microphone holder
- Blue-coloured cockpit hood
- Detailed main wheel and landing gear suspension
- True-to-original wings
- 2 different wing tips: standard or with winglets
- Decals with different markings: Germany, Great Britain, Switzerland, Holland and an Armée de l'Air version

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