Nano CP X RTF by BLADE (BLH3300)

Product Description

Key Features

● AS3X® Flybarless System
● Symmetrical 85mm main rotor blades
● 2.1-gram linear long-throw cyclic servos
● Carbon fiber main shaft
● Sleek body with sharp Nano CP X graphics
● Includes Spektrum™ DX4e 2.4 DSM2®/DSMX® transmitter with 4 AA batteries
● Includes two E-flite® 1S 3.7V 150mAh 25C Li-Po batteries
● Includes DC Li-Po Charger with AA batteries
● Includes one set of fast flight main blades and one set of 3D main blades

Needed To Complete

Nothing! Everything you need to get in the air is included in the box. Just charge your batteries and you’re ready to fly!


Approximate Flight Time: 4-5 minutes
Battery: 1S 3.7V 150mAh 25C LiPo (two included)
Completion Level: Ready-to-Fly
Experience Level: Intermediate
Height: 3.11 in (79mm)
Is Assembly Required: No
Length: 7.75 in (197mm)
Main Blade Material: Plastic
Main Rotor Blade Length: 3.35 in (85mm)
Main Rotor Diameter: 7.75 in (197mm)
Number of Channels: 5 channels minimum
Recommended Environment: Indoor/Outdoor
Rotor Type: Collective Pitch Single Rotor
Size/Scale: Ultra Micro
Swashplate Type: 140 CCPM
Tail Drive: Direct Drive
Tail Rotor Diameter: 1.57 in (40mm)
Type: Electric Collective Pitch Flybarless Helicopter
Weight: 1.05 oz (29 g)

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Nano CP X BNF by BLADE (BLH3380)

Needed To Complete

You will need a Spektrum DX4e, DX5e, or any programmable DSM2 or DSMX transmitter.

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Nano CP X RTF & BNF by Blade

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Flip, funnel or roll in any room of your house with the incredible Blade® Nano CP X. At just 29 grams (barely over an ounce), it’s the lightest flybarless CP heli in its class. At the center of its amazing abilities is the proven AS3X® (Artificial Stabilization – 3-aXis) Flybarless System that gives the Nano CP X its perfect balance of agility and stability. It’s unbelievably durable too, so you can fly aggressively without worrying about costly repairs.

Source: Horizon Hobby via Brian James

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