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Product Description

Key Features

  • Self-stabilizing flight characteristics that make learning easy
  • Completely built and flight-ready with everything you need to fly
  • Hinged, rubber-coated rotor blades for increased blade durability
  • Powerful, 360-size brushed motors
  • Sleek two-peice body with LED running lights
  • Soft-mounted shock absorbing landing gear
  • 2.4GHz DSM2® receiver
  • 3-in-1 ESCs/mixer/heading hold gyro unit
  • Includes 5-channel LP5DSM DSM2 transmitter with batteries
  • Includes E-flite® 3S 11.1V 800mAh 30C Li-Po battery
  • Includes DC Li-Po charger with AC adapter
  • Includes an extra set of rotor blades (upper and lower)

Needed To Complete

Nothing! Everything you need to fly is included in the box.

Video Overview


The big coaxial helicopter anyone can fly.

With the Blade® CX4 helicopter, learning to fly is fun, not frustrating. The self-stabilizing characteristics of its coaxial, counter rotating blades make hovering easy. So easy in fact, you’ll look like a pro after just a few flights. Besides being incredibly stable, the CX4 is a little bigger than most coaxial helis in its class. It also comes with smart safety features that help you relax and fly with confidence. This includes things like a shock-absorbing landing gear and rubber-coated leading edges on the rotor blades. The rotor blades are also hinged at the hub so they will give in the event of a blade strike.

Counter-rotating rotor blades
First-time pilots will be able hover the Blade CX4 like a pro after just a few flights. Its counter-rotating rotor blades give it a natural stability that makes learning to fly easy. If you ever get in trouble, just let go of the control sticks. The Blade CX4 will return to a hover all by itself.

Hinged, rubber-coated rotor blades
The rubber-coated rotor blades are hinged at the hub so they give in the event of a blade strike.

Shock-absorbing landing gear
Soft mounts on the landing gear absorb shocks from hard landings.




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