Reviews for Blade mCX RTF Electric Coaxial Helicopter w/Spektrum DSM2 [EFLH2200]

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Eric McClintock
Tuesday, Oct 28 2008 (about 6 years ago)
Blade mCX RTF Electric Coaxial Helicopter w/Spektrum DSM2
This little guy is the best. It is amazingly stable and easy to use not to mention tough. If you have had helicopters in the past and gave up on them because they're to hard, try this one it will make you look like a pro.
Matt
Sunday, Oct 19 2008 (about 6 years ago)
Blade mCX RTF Electric Coaxial Helicopter w/Spektrum DSM2
This is awesome! If you ever wanted to get into helicopters than this is a great entry point. Super stable with decent flight times, 6~8 mins. Very durable too. I have crashed it many times without any damage. I would recommend getting another battery so you can keep the fun up. The only thing that is bad is that the battery charger takes double A batteries. The manual says that it will recharge the lipo anywhere from 15-20 times, I got about 8 before it died. I hope to find a charger with a wall plug. Again, this is awesome and anyone that wants to know if they want to get into RC helicopters this is the way.
Randy Midkiff
Tuesday, Dec 30 2008 (about 6 years ago)
Blade mCX RTF Electric Coaxial Helicopter w/Spektrum DSM2
Bought 2 for Christmas with extra batteries ..What a blast ...these little heli's are to much FUN!!!
Sal
Monday, Nov 3 2008 (about 6 years ago)
Blade mCX RTF Electric Coaxial Helicopter w/Spektrum DSM2
This thing is alot of fun! Great to fly at work around the office and out in the warehouse! It is very responsive. It has excellent control and is amazingly stable for such a little heli. I crashed several times already and not one thing wrong with it. I only wish I bought an extra battery or two. Flight time is great (about 8-10 minutes) but if you had an extra couple batteries you could fly all day!
SurfCity
Friday, Oct 31 2008 (about 6 years ago)
Blade mCX RTF Electric Coaxial Helicopter w/Spektrum DSM2
I just bought a tiny Blade mCX, and I gotta say it's a hoot. Light (1 oz), stable, and the whole family thinks it's adorable. Kids hold their hands out for it to land. It can hit anything, including you, FULL SPEED and just boink off. Ten crashes, zero damage. Zero. It's too light to damage. It's like a little mosquito. Hover over the cat! Land on the bookshelf! It's a co-ax, so you can get it into a hover, put down the TX, go make a sandwich, come back and it'll still be hovering where you left it. I exaggerate only a little. Completely maneuverable in every flight axis. Fantastic gyro. Three turn-per-second pirhouette and it stops INSTANTLY like it hits a wall. Very impressive little package. Buy extra batteries, because you'll want to be flying all the time.