Specifications Model: 300X FBL BNF Manufacturer: Blade ( bladehelis.com) Distributor: Horizon Hobby ( horizonhobby.com) Type: Sport/3D Length: 20.1 in. Height: 7. 7 in. Main rotor diameter: 21. 7 in. Weight: 17. 3 oz. Motor incl’d: 320H 4500Kv brushless outrunner Radio req’d: 6-channel DSM2/DSMX Price: 319.99
; + Spektrum AR7200BX installed
; + Simple and accurate tail design,featuring a low
maintenance belt setup and push/pull yaw control
makes for a very nice setup with minimal to no slop.
; + Stable flight characteristics
; + Fun aerobatic performance
Radio: Spektrum DX6I DSMX transmitter (spektrumrc.
com); Spektrum AR7200BX receiver (installed); DS76
digital servos (swash); DS76 T digital (tail) (installed)
Motor: 320H E-flite 4500Kv motor and 25A brushless
speed control (installed)
Battery: 11.1V 1350mAh E-flite 30C LiPo (included)
Blades: 245mm wood (included)
the throttle is not “live” during the binding procedure. I put my Spektrum
DX6I in “bind” mode, then put the bind plug in the AR7200BX, and it
bound right away.
Next, I checked the Spektrum AR7200BX receiver to make sure all
servos moved in the correct directions and that the three-axis gyro was
working correctly. I always check prior to flight by tilting the helicopter on
its axis and checking the swash to make sure all is functioning correctly.
All settings showed in the manual were correct and the Blade 300X was
functioning as it should.
;umbing through the radio, I double-checked my settings and curves,
as well as set up the timer for a four-minute flight. I had this out of the box
and ready to fly within about 15 minutes—it doesn’t get any easier than
I found the Blade 300X to be a very easy model to set up, and it is a blast
to fly. It’s a great heli that required little setup time and an awesome
Spektrum AR7200BX receiver and gyro combo is included. ●