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BLADE Nano QX BNF Quadcopter

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  • Features exclusive SAFETM technology with stability and agility modes
  • Small enough to fly in any room or office
  • Requires a 4+ channel DSM2 or DSMX transmitter
  • Potent brushed motors that provide smooth and powerful lift
  • 4-in-1 DSMX Receiver/ESCs/mixer/SAFE sensor unit
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Product Specifications

Model NumberBLH7680
Number of Puzzle Pieces1
Batteries Required?Yes
Batteries Included?Yes

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 6.3 x 2.5 inches ; 0.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00CYHZTDK
  • Item model number: BLH7680
  • Our recommended age: 14 years and up
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 14 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,462 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (178 customer reviews)
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Product Description

The tiny Nano QX is RC flying fun you can take with you everywhere. The Nano QX weighs little more than half an ounce and is small enough to fly in spaces no bigger than an office cubicle. Never flown a quad-copter before? No problem. The Nano QX uses the SAFE technology system with sophisticated flight control software to keep itself stable in a hover while in stability mode. If you get in trouble, just let go of the sticks. The SAFE technology system will bring the Nano QX back to a hover all by itself. Once you've mastered the basics, you can switch the SAFE system to agility mode for faster flying speeds and more maneuverability.

SAFE stands for Sensor Assisted Flight Envelope and is central to the performance of the Nano QX. Even new pilots will feel comfortable with the Nano QX in stability mode because SAFE will make sure the quad is always in control and in an upright fashion. You will feel an immediate sense of confidence and will be flying around like a pro in no time!

Learn more about SAFE at www.flysaferc.com!


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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars

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111 of 120 people found the following review helpful By KH on October 10, 2013
Nano QX is awesome! Inexpensive, fun, and fairly durable.

If youre new to flying please be aware of the following:

Before you purchase a quadcopter you MUST know there is much skill needed to fly one.

If you watch others fly a quadcopter, it looks super easy, ITS NOT!

Im reading reviews and many of them seem surprised that "its hard to fly".

So be warned - you must develop the skill to fly, but its also part of the fun. Once you get it, its even better.

Purchase a cheaper quadcopter for learning. Buy a small one to practice indoors, and set small goals for yourself. You must crawl before you walk.

Start with mastering the hover, then move to small movements in each direction, etc.

Secondly VERY IMPORTANT - Many are writing that the props stop working after very little use.

Ok, so heres the deal.

A. Make sure nothing has gotten wrapped around prop such as hair or strands of carpet or anything that could interfere with the rotation.

B. Make sure you are using a fully charged battery.

C. If the above is all good, then simply disconnect battery for 5 seconds then reconnect it, then test props. You may have to do this 2 or 3 times, but the props WILL start to rotate properly.

Hope this helps,
Have Fun!!
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51 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Parkker Ellingham on September 17, 2013
I have the BNF version of this which means I already have my own full size compatible transmitter. The RTF (ready-to-fly) version comes with a basic transmitter. The weak point of the RTF version is the included transmitter. It's just not nearly as nice as a full size DX6 or similar transmitter.

If you are a beginner and really know you will stay with this hobby and grow with it you should get a better transmitter like a DX5 or DX6. There is a flight simulator program for PC's called Phoenix that is available in a package which includes a DX5e transmitter which will work with this quad, plus it's an excellent learning tool with all kinds of different R/C aircraft to practice with, including a quad copter.

In any case I still recommend this Quad for beginners and even if you get the RTF version with included basic transmitter it is the best thing going. It has stability mode, which makes it a rock solid flyer. Mine has hit the concrete floor in my basement dozens of times and it just keeps coming back for more. It is not 100% unbreakable however and I am pretty sure no such R/C aircraft exists!! I have flown it outside up to 100 feet altitude and it can even handle light wind up to 5 mph remarkably well, though it takes the fun out of flying it. As an indoor flyer it's unbeatable.

NANO QX TIPS: Here are a few pointers I found that might be helpful to others:

1) Check the propellers often and keep them in good shape. If the Nano is flying right it will make an even, smooth sound, if you have prop issues it will make a louder than normal buzzing sound like an angry hornet! If it starts to do this you will usually notice degraded performance and it may not fly at all.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By M. Bartelt on October 12, 2013
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First off, this isn't for a beginner. You should be completely familiar with a beginner 4 channel heli first, for the most enjoyment. Try the MCX2, it's slow and will get you used to paying attention to orientation. Once you master that slow speed 4 channel you're absolutely ready to fly this one in SAFE mode with a bit of D/R and EXPO.

TIP: Get some 1/8" shrink tubing and place it around the blade protector masts. This part of the frame, the bottom corners that contact the ground, will split after enough hits. Bend up the blade protectors so you can slip it over and onto the mast, then apply heat. I wasn't careful and melted a couple of the ends, but this will make the frame much more durable. After about 100 flights, one of these were separating/splitting on my nQX, so it's either this or prepare to buy a new frame. I'll post a picture of this so you can see what I mean. I didn't think of this, but a number of people have mentioned this excellent suggestion on other forums.

Also: Remember to regularly check the prop shafts for fibers, hairs and other debris before and after flying.

I own a number of Horizon Hobby stuff like the MSR, MCX2, 120SR, UMX Spitfire, the park flier Spitfire, and now the Nano QX! This thing is quick, it's stable in SAFE mode and flying is very precise. I can fly it in my small apartment and run circuits indoors! It is literally the most bang per buck fun I've spent with Horizon's brands, E-Flite, Blade and ParkZone!

I do own a Spektrum DX6i, so it easily bound and setting up dual rate was a breeze! I set it to 75% and +20 for dual rate and it seems to really like these settings, so I haven't tried any of the other suggestions.
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50 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Mark on June 30, 2013
I fly helicopters, planes, and quads. When planes and helicopters get small, they get infinitely complicated, easier to break, and more effected by environmentals-- a micro plane and heli will get blown around by wind, fans, or heck, even the air conditioning vent! Therefore, I like big planes and helicopters. Quads, however, I would say, are even more durable the smaller they get. Why? Simple-- it has only four moving parts, its four engines. That keeps it infinitely simple. Usually the only thing you have to protect is the engines and propellers. Four engines operating in identical positions in theory require identical propellers, therefore undamaged.

The nano qx has the bottoms of the engines protected by the frame arms, and has prop protectors guarding the blades. It uses a common battery. It can cut against wind and is not affected by inside conditions like fans. This thing is the bees knees-- by far the best quad I have ever flown. The pricetag on this is ridiculous as well.

NOTE- The BNF version does not come with a radio controller (Transmitter)!!! You have to buy the RTF version to get that. They are exactly the same quad, just one has a radio the other doesn't.

If you are on the fence about this, get it.
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