Bleriot XI 1/23 Laser Cut Wooden Static Model Kit

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Bleriot XI 1/23 Laser Cut Wooden Static Model Kit

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Bleriot XI 1/23 Laser Cut Wooden Static Model Kit 

Exquisite static model kit of the famous historical Bleriot XI aircraft. The Blériot XI is a French aircraft of the pioneer era of aviation. The first example was used by Louis Blériot to make the first flight across the English Channel in a heavier-than-air aircraft, on 25 July 1909. This is one of the most famous accomplishments of the pioneer era of aviation, and not only won Blériot a lasting place in history but also assured the future of his aircraft manufacturing business. It was produced in both single and two-seat versions, powered by several different engines, and was widely used for competition and training purposes. Military versions were bought by many countries, continuing in service until after the outbreak of World War I in 1914. Two restored examples – one in the United Kingdom and one in the United States — of original Blériot XI aircraft are thought to be the two oldest flyable aircraft in the world.

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  • Premium high quality wood material with clean and smooth surface
  • Accurate laser cut parts for easy construction and scale model design
  • Equipped with comprehensive hardware package and instructions suitable for beginner model builders
  • Comes in a beautiful wooden box to display your exquisite model, special home decoration


  • Scale: 1:23
  • Wingspan: 420mm

NOTE: This is a static model display and can not fly!
Packed in an exquisite wooden box to prevent damage during shipment.

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Battery packs must be of the same cell count (only charge 2S with 2S, 3S with 3S, etc.) and battery voltages must be within 0.1V per cell (0.1V for 1S, 0.2V for 2S, etc.) of all other batteries connected to the Paraboard at the same time. Use a Cell Spy or similar voltage tester to check the voltage of each cell before connecting to the Paraboard.