Blade mCP X BL2 BNF Basic

Tower Stock# BLHE2259  •  Manufacturer Stock# BLH6050
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Only manufacturer discounts can be applied to this product's purchase. Tower coupon codes may not be applied.
Notes from our tech department:
For Beginning to Intermediate Helicopter Fliers

FEATURES

Rotor Head: Collective Pitch (CCPM) Flybarless
Main Motor: Brushless 6,700Kv
Main Blades: Symmetrical shape for high-performance and fast-flight
Tail Motor: Outrunner brushless 7,700Kv
Tail Drive: Direct
Main Frame: Plastic
Canopy and Body: Plastic
AS3X and SAFE Technology: Selectable flight modes from self-
leveling to full 3D allow pilots to gain experience and confidence
from beginning and intermediate to advanced maneuvers
Altitude Control: SAFE Z Altitude Control uses the heli's
accelerometer to maintain consistent altitude, flight controller
mounted vertically to improve damping and remove vibration to the
gyro
Servos: Dual ball bearing linear long-throw cyclic servos
Warranty: Horizon Hobby, LLC, (Horizon) warrants to the original
purchaser that the product purchased (the "Product") will be free
from defects in materials and workmanship at the date of purchase.

INCLUDES

Blade mCP X Bind-N-Fly Basic Micro Helicopter

REQUIREMENTS

Transmitter: At least 6-channel Spektrum DSM2/DSMX compatible
LiPo Battery: 2S 280mAh
Battery Charger and Charging Bag: Compatible with selected battery

SPECIFICATIONS

Completion Level: BNF Basic
Main Rotor Head: Collective Pitch (CCPM) Flybarless
Swashplate Type: 120
Main Motor: Brushless inrunner, 6700Kv
Tail Motor: Brushless outrunner, 7700Kv
Main Rotor Blade Length: 4.6" (117mm)
Main Rotor Diameter: 10.3" (263mm)
Tail Rotor Diameter: 1.6" (40mm)
Main and Tail Rotor Blade Material: Plastic
Flying Weight: 2.2oz (62g)
Approximate Flight Time: 4 minutes

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