|My P30 using Gizmo Geezer Propeller|
|Covering Ripped When Connector Came Loose|
|Inside the Blast Tube|
http://www.cbmodeldesigns.com/ I also noticed many of the scale models at the 2016 Nats in Muncie Indiana had Gizmo Geezer propellers.
|Gadfly with Gizmo Geezer|
|Nose Block Sold by Volare Products|
I had emailed George Bredehoft of Volare Products http://www.volareproducts.com/BUY/
with a couple questions about the Gizmo Geezer and the nose blocks he sells, I had purchased the generic one but he has special nose blocks to fit certain airplanes. The main purpose of the nose blocks is to get the perfect fit for the nose button which has three bumps sticking out of the round hole. George sells just the Gizmo Geezer nose buttons because some customers want just the ability to easily adjust thrust angles.
Gizmo Geezer is located in Canada and the company consists of Orville Olm and Marcy Green. There is a lot of information on their website, a good place to start is at the sitemap. http://www.gizmogeezer.com/sitemap.htm
|Nose Might Come Out on Landing|
|Nose Stays on in Glide|
As far as testing out the desirable features so far the nose has always remained inside the fuselage of my plane without the rubber band fastener I had over the nose before installing the Gizmo Geezer. Many times the nose will pop out when the plane hits the ground. I have not had a need yet to try adjusting the thrust line. As far as I can tell the rubber unwinds smoothly and the propeller free wheels easily.
I have more Gizmo Geezer propellers on order.
Received another 9.5" propeller with the spinner and also 7" propeller.
Gizmo Geezer Review Part 1
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