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Blade 120 S 330mm (13") Rotor Diameter - BNF

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Blade 120 S 330mm (13") Rotor Diameter - Bind N Fly (BNF) - BLH4180

The original Blade 120 SR heli was specifically designed to provide the inherent stability of a coaxial helicopter and the agile control of a single-rotor helicopter. Modeled after the popular ultra micro-size Blade mSR heli, the larger 120 SR heli was faster and more powerful so it could be flown outdoors. Now that concept takes a leap forward with simpler mechanics and the superiority of SAFE technology so that pilots master the basics of single-rotor flight more easily.

The sub-micro Blade 120 S is a great way to graduate from coaxial helis and multirotor drones to a single-rotor machine. Fixed-pitch, flybarless rotor mechanical simplicity lets you enjoy extra speed and agility with a design that has a high-level of durability and efficiency. Exclusive SAFE technology helps keep you in control by delivering the stability you need to develop confidence quickly. Move up to higher levels of flight performance easily with the flip of a transmitter switch. Prevent a crash the second you feel disoriented—just press the Panic Recovery button and SAFE technology locks the 120 S into a familiar level attitude. So whether you aim to advance your skills, or want a fun fly-around heli, the Blade 120 S can help you be the master of single-rotor flight.

SAFE Technology

The Blade 120 S features exclusive SAFE (Sensor Assisted Flight Envelope) technology, a revolutionary electronic flight envelope protection system that makes it easy for anyone to fly helicopters with confidence by providing flight mode versatility and Panic Recovery mode that automatically returns the 120 S to a level attitude.

Beginner mode: Small pitch and roll angle limits combined with intuitive self-leveling help you keep the heli under control.
Intermediate mode: Pitch and roll limits are expanded to offer a larger flight envelope while intuitive self-leveling continues to provide positive stability.
Experienced mode: Limits and leveling are removed to provide full maneuverability.

Size Matters

Larger than a micro-class machine, the sub-micro 120 S is great for outdoor flight in low wind, yet it's still small enough that it can be flown in a variety of indoor spaces. Plus, it's practical to have more batteries on hand since the 120 S uses a low-cost 1S Li-Po battery.

Durable

The lightweight airframe features durable polymers and carbon-fiber components that deliver mechanical precision and the tolerance to absorb typical mishaps.

Flybarless Mechanics

The new flybarless head design offers a higher level of mechanical efficiency as well as a lower parts count which makes helicopter maintenance simpler.

Linear Servos

The two 2.9-gram linear long-throw cyclic servos deliver the ideal level of torque and speed for precision and stability that's remarkable for its class.

Flight time

The included charger operates from any convenient USB power source. Expect the provided 1S battery to offer average flight times of 5 minutes.

Spektrum Technology

The factory-installed 4-in-1 control unit features a Spektrum™ 2.4GHz DSMX-compatible receiver, main and tail motor ESCs, mixer and flybarless controller. Count on the industry-leading reliability of Spektrum technology to deliver precision control that's ideal for any flying site environment.

Multi-Function Transmitter

The RTF includes a Blade 6-channel transmitter with functionality that makes it easy to select SAFE technology flight modes as well as choose high or low dual rate sensitivity. A similar transmitter is required to complete the BNF version.

Features:

  • Fully assembled, no building necessary
  • SAFE technology makes helicopter flight more fun
  • Panic recovery mode can prevent a crash
  • Flybarless rotor mechanical simplicity
  • Durable construction with carbon-fiber components
  • High-speed coreless main and tail rotor motors (installed)
  • Sub-micro linear long-throw cyclic servos (installed)

Includes:

  • Blade 120 S Fixed Pitch Flybarless Helicopter (BNF)
  • Spektrum™ 2.4GHz DSMX-compatible receiver
  • E-flite 500mAh 1S 3.7V 25C Li-Po flight battery and charger

Requires:

  • 6 Channel Spektrum Compatible Radio - Select a minimum 6 channel Spektrum compatible radio from our Radio Collection

Product Specifications:

AGE LEVEL : 18 and up
SKILL LEVEL : Intermediate
BUILD TIME : None

Class / Size

120

Power Type

Electric

Rotor Type

Fixed Pitch

Body Material

Plastic

Overall Size (L x W x H)

330 x 45 x 108mm

Flying Weight

106g

Main Rotor Diameter

330mm

Main Rotor Blade Length

146mm

Tail Rotor Diameter

70mm

Tail Rotor Blade Length

70mm

Tail Drive Type

Belt

Cyclic Servos

3x Standard Gear

Tail Servo

1x Standard Gear

Power System

High-Speed Coreless

Electronic Speed Control

Control Board with JST Connector

Recommended Battery

1S 3.7V 500 mAh LiPo with JST Connector

Battery Compartment Size (L x W x H)

N/A

Required Radio

4 Channel (included)

Skill Level

Intermediate

Build Time

None

Recommended Environment

Large Indoor or Outdoors

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11/28/2016
Benny

Get what you pay for

Flies OK. Agility mode requires different trim settings than the two stability modes... Need to setup actual flite modes in radio to do that. But, I didn't get that far because... With mine my roll servo over-travelled itself when I grabbed the model and flipped it over during a battery change ( because it was in a stability mode I guess) so the servo was then stuck and was trying to re center but couldn't... It got hot and softened the plastic housing ring around the servo motor, which ruined the pinion to ring gear mesh clearance. I've manualy rolled the ring gear with my thumb after letting it cool but the damage is done. I don't know if switching to advanced mode before changing batteries would help or not. Overall disappointed as I only flew it about 5 times. Hope this helps

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