Radically-engineered BLADE MSR S RTF and BNF Helicopter. Horizon Hobby not participating in the next Nuremberg toy and model exhibition is revealing many new things that will come on store shelves in the coming months.
Among them, there is the Blade mSR S, a fixed-helicopter in ultra-compact and compact sub-microform that is able to fly both in closed and outdoors. This innovation is the ideal choice for beginner modelers who want to learn how to pilot a radio controlled helicopter without much difficulty and stress.
Equipped with SAFE and AS3X technologies, the Blade mSR S is characterized by a remarkable stability. By setting high or low rates in both Stability and Agility flight modes, the helicopter fits into the environment and flight style of the model behind the radio remote control.
This ultralight Flybarless (weighs just 31 grams in flight mode) is very durable and in case of impact, both indoor and outdoor, it does not suffer damage (at least if it does not exaggerate).
Thanks to the Panic Recovery Mode in the event of a loss of control by pressing a button this helicopter automatically returns to a stable flight avoiding crashing as it did in the past to all beginners who are flying. For the most experienced riders there are flight modes such as agility and 3D that allow you to perform spectacular flying acrobatics.
The flight autonomy, guaranteed by the 150mAh 3.7V 45C LiPo bundle, runs from 4 to 6 minutes. The Blade mSR S will arrive next month in Italian model shops and will be available in two different versions: a ready to flight price of 149.99 $ (complete with six-channel Blade radio remote control) and a Bind and Flight for those already A Spektrum DSM2 / DSMX radio remote control with at least 4 channels (and therefore cheaper) at just 109.99 $.