Eflite Blade mSR now available for Pre-Order
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Fast, Agile, Fun - the "next step" heli after coaxial
Weighing in at under one ounce, the nimble Blade mSR Ready-To-Fly takes ultra-micro helicopter performance to the next level. It comes from the factory completely assembled and flight tested with everything you need to get flying.
At the heart of the Blade mSR’s design is a Bell-Hiller rotor head that provides the kind of speed and agility you would expect of a single-rotor heli but maintains a measure of positive stability similar to a co-axial heli. This blend of agility and stability makes it the ideal “next step” for someone moving up from a coaxial heli, such as the Blade CX3 or Blade mCX.
For single-rotor ultra-micro heli excitement you can fly almost anywhere, the Blade mSR simply can’t be beat. A Blade mSR Bind-N-Fly Version is available for RC pilots who already have a 2.4 GHz DSM2 transmitter.
Blade mSR Ultra-Micro Helicopter Ready-To-Fly Includes:
* Perfect for anyone who has flown a Blade CX3 or mCX
* 100% factory-assembled, test-flown and ready-to-fly
* Unique rotor head design provides nimble response plus positive stability
* Includes 4-channel 2.4GHz DSM2 transmitter
* Includes 4-Port charger that charges four batteries at once, plus AC adapter
* Includes TWO flight batteries for more flying time
* Factory-installed 5-in-1 control unit that combines DSM2 receiver, motor ESCs, mixer, gyro and servos
* Incredibly durable and weighs less than one ounce
* Full line of replacement and option parts available
Blade mSR RTF Specs:
* Type: Ultra Micro Single Rotor Helicopter
* Main Rotor Diameter: 7.0 in (180mm)
* Length: 7.5 in (190mm)
* Motor Size: Coreless/Micro coreless
* Kit/ARF/RTF: RTF
* Experience Level: Intermediate
* Recommended Environment: Indoor/Outdoor
* No Assembly Required
Re: Eflite Blade mSR now available for Pre-Order
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