The Satin doll was designed by Dave Platt in 1995 as a free flight rubber model to be flown at Old Warden in England. Model was later published in Aero Modeler and January 1996 Flying Models. Design goal was to create a model reminiscent of those flown in the 1940’s. What the biplane offers is not greater duration, with less building effort, for competition; but “pure modeling satisfaction”. A joy to build and watch come together, with gracefully shaped components, emerging into 1 beautiful model airplane. In the air, the sight of the Satin Doll is a delight. 20 years later BMJR has re-engineered the Satin Doll for electric RC. Not intended for aerobatics, model has rudder, elevator, and throttle. With a 42” span, 400 sq. in. of area and a flying weight of 20 oz., our wing loading is less than 8oz /ft.