Reviews for Blade Helis 450 3D Bind-N-Fly Electric Helicopter [BLH1650]

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David Stauffer
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Dec 28 2011 (about 4 years ago)
Blade Helis 450 3D Bind-N-Fly Electric Helicopter
YOU CAN DO IT!!! If you are looking to make the jump from a small FP to a bigger CP heli THIS IS THE ONE YOU WANT! This bird spooled up smooth as silk right out of the box and hovered great with just some minor trim adjustments at the receiver. I made the mistake of upgrading to the T-rex 450 first and it was a handful to say the least, having never built a heli before it ran up like an old lawn mower and had a mind of its own, the Blade 450 3D is ready for you out of the box and will give you the confidence and experience to tackle CP heli's. Look no further kids, with this you have the bird to take your skills to the next level!
Segovax
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Apr 3 2013 (about 2 years ago)
Blade Helis 450 3D Bind-N-Fly Electric Helicopter
Very nice heli. At 179 it can't be beat. Flew very stable for me out of the box with some minor gyro adjustment. Hovers very well and is very quick. Have only tried basic 3D so far but it is so predictable compared to my MCPx that I am very confident with it. Do not pass this one up or you will regret it!
CW
Verified Owner
Thursday, Feb 7 2013 (about 3 years ago)
Blade Helis 450 3D Bind-N-Fly Electric Helicopter
This is a great starter CP heli. Everything worked fine out of the box. I upgrade mines to FBL and it flies even better!!!! For $169.99, it is worth every penny if you don't have one or want to buy one as a backup.
Steve Mervau
Friday, Jan 6 2012 (about 4 years ago)
Blade Helis 450 3D Bind-N-Fly Electric Helicopter
Do your homework kids. This is a great collective pitch beginner throw away bird. I own 2. They fly great right out of the box! Total it! Who cares for $270!!!! People crash their 550s and do that much damage. I use the protek fiber blades (must use traxxas body savers) and the helicopter is more responsive than stock. It does everything a beginer 3d heli piolet neeeds. It's smooth, consistant and amazingly easy to fly. Do the sim time. Buy an MCPX V2 to throw away on learing Collective pitch in real life. Then get this bird. It's far easier than an mcpx to fly. So if you can fly an mcpx, you can fly this thing. Just don't crash or it could cost you $100!