Blade Helis mQX BNF Ultra Micro Electric Quad-Copter

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This is the Blade mQX Bind-N-Fly Ultra Micro Electric Quad-Copter. It's sleek, high-tech and is an RC flying experience unlike any other. It's the exciting Blade mQX; the world's first quad-copter equipped with the advanced AS3X (Artificial Stabilization in 3 Axis) System. The sense of precise control this system gives an mQX pilot rivals that of bigger quad-copters that cost a whole lot more. Indoors or out, breezy conditions or calm, you'll find you can fly the mQX with complete confidence just about anywhere, anytime. And it's so simple to set up, anyone with experience flying conventional RC helis will find it's the perfect introduction to quad-copter fun.

  • AS3X 3-axis flybarless stabilization system
  • 4-in-1 DSM2 receiver/ESCs/mixer/AS3X sensor unit
  • Durable, lightweight airframe
  • Potent 8.5mm brushed motors with protective drive gear guards
  • Can be flown in X or + configurations
  • Sleek, low-profile body with sharp mQX graphics
  • Includes E-flite 1S 3.7V 500mAh Li-Po battery
  • Includes E-flite Celectra 1-cell DC variable rate Li-Po charger
Experience Level: Intermediate
Rotor Type: Quad-Copter
Size/Scale: Ultra Micro
Completion Level: Bind-N-Fly
Recommended Environment: Indoor/Outdoor
Assembly Time: Less than 1 Hour
Main Rotor Diameter: 5.5 in (140mm)
Battery: 3.7V 1S 500mAh LiPo
Length: 11.5 in (292mm)
Width: 7.0 in (178mm)
Height: 2.0 in (52mm)
Flying Weight: 2.65 oz (75.0 g)
Approximate Flight Time: 6 minutes
Number of Channels: 4
Is Assembly Required: No

Needed To Complete:
  • A 4+ channel DSM2 or DSMX transmitter

This product was added to our catalog on January 24, 2012.

Shane Motes
Verified Owner
Sunday, Jun 2 2013 (about 4 years ago)
Blade Helis mQX BNF Ultra Micro Electric Quad-Copter
Finally got this 2 days ago from ups after USPS lost the first one,very unfortunate.anyways as for the mqx I highly recommend this little's the most stable rc aircraft I have ever flown outside of dual coaxial.stunts with it are easy enough if you have a descent radio,by the way I'm using a lp5dsm transmitter(came with a blade cx3 I bought years ago)you don't have to have a dx6i like everybody says.personlly I didn't want to spend more on the radio than I did on the mqx but if you already have one use it!it's very durable and can handle a little wind effectively are cheap and it's a blast to fly!allow some altitude for flips and rolls to account for the drop,if you use more throttle it will drop a much shorter distance.for the price it's good quality and a lot of fun.happy flying!)