Blade MSR Helicopter Review In Yearof21

Based on the popular Ultra-Micro Blade® mSR Heli, the Blade® mSR S is an excellent way to move from coaxial helicopters and multirotor drones to a single rotor machine. The fixed wingless rotor simplifies speed and agility with a durable and efficient design.

The supplied 1S 150mAh battery has a higher discharge speed of 45C, so it has more reaction time while maintaining the same weight as the battery.

The exclusive SAFE® and AS3X® technology help you maintain control by providing the stability you need to build confidence quickly.

Blade mSR Helicopter

Blade mSR Helicopter Review

Variable modes of high and low speed allow each flight to match your flight style and environment. Even experienced single-rotor pilots will appreciate the mSR S whenever the time, place or weather does not allow it to fly in a larger helicopter.

Blade mSR Incredible performance and stability

Let the mSR Blade fly away in silent conditions, too much fun!

While some mCX DNA is shared, the similarities end when it comes to performance. The mSR Blade is fast!

The speed of the air is impressive in all directions, not to mention the dizzying rates of pirouettes. While this little helicopter can fly inside; outside or in a gym is where it will look like.

Flying in a light breeze is possible, although the control is unpredictable since the wind reverses that ounce of the birdie.

It is an ingenious test of the abilities to reach the envelope of performance outdoors in the wind with some speeds of bubble absolutely in favor of the wind, and somehow I could turn around before losing control.

If what you are looking for is good control, it is certainly not the best environment for this little gem, and I do not recommend flying it in these conditions; but flying over soft grass is quite safe to try.

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Final thoughts

Well, as you can guess from my dribbling, I think this is the perfect intermediate step from the micro-coaxial tone to the single rotor tone if you’re not sure or you’re getting the next fun step.
At the other end of the skill set, all levels of RC Heli pilots will love this little bird for the crazy indoor fun it provides for the low cost.

Let’s meet Johan Lozano, the 2011 World Champion in F3N. Johan has also been the 2010 European Champion in F3N, and a five-time national winner of the German F3N competition. F3N is a brand new RC helicopter competition category formed under the Federal Aeronautique Internationale. He is 64 years old and He is a carpenter by trade and He lives near East Bayberry Street Hanford, United States. He started flying in 2001 with a Raptor 50.

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