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post #11 of 13
The first thing that comes to mind about light = lots of plastic for me

So i have to go with phantom 410?
post #12 of 13
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Actually alluminium is a stronger material than steel for the same weight (source: Structural Mechanics courses) but, but, but, but, it all depends on how much weight you put for it. i.e. if you make it 40% the weight of steel to pretend you make it 'lighter and same strength', no you didn't. I don't remember the numbers anymore but very roughly it was about -20% lighter for the same strength, not that much.
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post #13 of 13
APEVIA X-Dreamer 4. It's cheap, light, and even has a little temperature display in the front.
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