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350 QX RTF

by Blade
25 customer reviews
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  • Blade engineers are bringing their knowledge of heli design to the aerial video market with the 350 QX
  • a highly capable quadcopter featuring dynamic flight modes and the ability to capture video with a GoPro camera.
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Product Description

Blade engineers are bringing their knowledge of heli design to the aerial video market with the 350 QX, a highly capable quadcopter featuring dynamic flight modes and the ability to capture video with a GoPro camera.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 21.8 x 13.2 x 6.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00DUW8NXG
  • Item model number: BLH7800
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 13 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #258,793 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
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54 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Timothy S. Shropshire on October 21, 2013
Two Good Things About This Quad:

1) Flies Very Well right out of the box, at normal elevations. Very Reliable in Smart Mode for aerial photography*. Very Solid holding hover at lower elevations. I have flown my 350 at 600 feet, where it flew like a champ, and at 5,400 feet, where it flew but was obviously trying a lot harder and was less stable. Horizon should perhaps offer a four-blade prop option for altitudes above 3,500 feet?

2) The Tech Support from Blade/Horizon Hobby makes this unit one of the best buys on the market today.

Con: the Battery Charger. For some Really Stupid Reason the Horizon folks decided that the charger they would supply with this quad will Only Work Clipped to Your Car Battery! Fortunately I have an AC6 Thunder charger that saved me on this problem, but I do Not understand Horizon's logic behind this clip-on design.

Con: the biggest Con against this quad is that Horizon obviously rushed it to market without beta testing. Those of us who got the first shipped units wound up with useless, partial manuals and props that had a tendency to break in-flight. After downloading the complete manual from Horizon's web site, and after receiving (free of charge) replacement rotor blades, Things are much smoother.

Although Recommended for those looking for a stable photography platform, here again the lack of beta testing shows up. * When using the 350 QX with a GoPro3 camera mounted on-board, one finds a rather disturbing situation pops up: The RFI from the camera prohibits the quad electronics from locking onto GPS satellite signals (!) There are some good fixes to this problem found online. I wrapped my camera cradle with copper foil but it failed to solve this completely.
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Jason on November 19, 2013
This is a good solid quad that has some good beginner functions and a full advanced mode for acrobatic flying.

Here and now I want to say be wary of the stock props, I've lost two quads to the stock props. The "A" props have been recalled for falling apart. The replacement "B" props re slightly reinforced but still have some failure rates. Now I Horizon Hobby (Owner of Blade) took care of me and the issue at the cost of shipping but I don't think that they quite have it resolved yet. I have put on some adapters and after market props which are much more stable while Blade and Horizon sort out the A and B prop issue. Lost a bit of performance but not much or in any way to impact my enjoyment of flying. I also want to say that there are a good number of owners without a failure but if you buy one ensure it has the "B" props before flying. You can get some free from Horizon due to the recall. The part of the prop that bolts to the motor will have a B on it to identify it. At a least ensure you have those installed. After losing two I couldn't trust the stock props again even though they perform well while they last.

To the review...

Smart Mode:
This is best for beginners. It changes the control of the quad to "dumb" it down for people learning to have some fun which I like.
The throttle stick changes to a set level of altitude. If you use the included DX5 you can feel very faint clicks for each level. Full power has a ceiling altitude locked in so you cannot go too high. From the starting position and the position of the transmitter pushing the stick away from you moves the quad that direction. Using the rotational control wont make a difference, away is away and towards is towards which is good to help you learn your orientation.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Carlos R. Inductivo on April 15, 2014
I waited for Firmware 2.0 to come out before I purchased a Blade 350 QX. Fixing the flyaway issue seems like a good start. Horizon Hobby calls it "GPS/Compass error detection" like it's an new feature when they're really trying to fix a major flaw in their product. AP mode sounds great on paper and so does the " refined starting procedure". Pilots can now move both sticks into the bottom inside corners to start the quad like on the DJI Phantom.

Unfortunately for me what Horizon Hobby advertizes on paper is only good on paper. I bought 2 quads one for me and one for my brother. The first quad seemed as advertized until I tried AP and Stability mode. Half of the time AP and Stability mode will just stop responding to elevator and aileron commands and just start drifting away. Switching back to Smart mode is the only way I can regain control of the quad. When the quad does respond to elevator and aileron commands in AP mode the response is very sluggish. If that's the way AP mode is suppose to function it's pretty useless. It makes the DJI Phantom seem super responsive in comparison.

The second quad out of the box gives an LCD error? http://youtu.be/2yrZLVVQph0 It seems to fly fine in all modes and so far hasn't stopped responding to elevator and aileron command like the 1st quad. AP mode is still sluggish but not as bad as quad 1. I've tried to do a compass calibration but it will not go into compass calibration mode. I haven't flown it higher than 40 feet in fear that it will all of a sudden fall out of the sky.

I contacted Hobby Horizon regarding both quads and they were very dismissive.
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