Like the original Blade mCX, the Blade mCX2 is easy enough for anyone to fly and small enough to fly just about anywhere. The mCX2 has the same coaxial, counter-rotating rotor head design as the current mCX, but it adds an extra shot of excitement with user-selectable swash sensitivity and flashing LED lights that are built right into the body. The pilot can change the control settings to enable this heli to perform at higher speeds than the beginner settings. This helicopter also boasts heading-lock like performance for maximum control. It also boasts more powerful motors and a higher capacity 120mAh battery pack. The mCX2 is the ultimate beginner friendly machine with unsurpassed stability, incredible control, and extreme durability.
With a factory-installed 5-in-1 control unit with Spektrum 2.4GHz DSM2 compatible receiver, main motor ESCs, mixer, gyro, and fully-proportional servos come pre-installed. Freedom from frequency restrictions and great control are ensured with the MLP4DSM 4-channel 2.4Ghz Spektrum technology equipped transmitter. The Blade mCX2’s ultra-micro size and weight make it possible to fly this heli anywhere indoors.
It all adds up to more fun than you ever thought possible with a coaxial ultra micro heli, whether you’re a newbie or a pro.
This is the best heli i have. A lot of fun to fly, good-looking and fun in the dark.
Blade is the best if you are a new pilot or a vet. One tough bird.
I love this thing, it is so so so so so so good and I would buy like 200 more. So easy to fly and you never hit anything. This is my first real heli and it's the best ever.
I have an Axe EZ and have a real problem learning to fly it. Just can't seem to get it set up right. This mCX2 is just what I needed to learn the basics. It hovered right out of the box. Couldn't ask for a better heli to learn on. It's GREAT!
Words can not explain the joy!!!
I was walking around the local mall about 3 months ago and seen the "toy grade helis" bought one just for the fun of it. After finding out it was a blast to fly, but was a through away. I decided to move up to the hobby grade. Bought the CX2 first. The store where I got it took it out for a test flight and crashed it. Which I found out later broke the swashplate. Got that replaced, and again they took it out for a test flight. When I got home and gave it my really first flight it was perfect no crashes nothing but fun. The next day I wanted to fly again and noticed a small chip in one of the lower blades. So I thought I would change it out since I was going to video this flight. As I took it apart to replace the blades I found that the lower rotor head was broke. Replaced that too. I have no crashed this one time. Point is never let someone else fly your bird.
Ok now on to the MCX2 got this yesterday (from a different hobby shop) all I can say is wow very stable right out of the box!!! Got the carbon fiber tail. This with some playing around with the weight slider brings in some new fun. This heli. For the money is a grate first time heli I was shocked to see just how strong it is hit a few things because I am flying in a 15*20 place with a lot of stuff around. So It is tough and stable. Great heli!!!
I'm likely different from most customer/users. We have a hunting lodge in NY and rural home in NC with a large game room. Hunting friends spend a lot of time hanging out and competing at games. This little chopper is a huge draw. Easy for most folks to learn and fly. We set up courses around the room with bar stools and the pool table and time trial competitions to take off and land on each bar stool before returning to the pool table. BEST SPORT EVER!! especially with a wager or two riding on the flights. Watching is just as much fun as flying.
I have had a few R/C airplanes and they lasted only a few flights. I bought the mCX2 and fly it a couple times of day. What a blast! I have landing pads all over the living room and fly from one to the other. Have crashed a few times, but you can't break the thing. Built really well and very stable. Looking forward to progressing to my next Blade with a fixed pitch rotor with a tail rotor. Happy Flying
I purchased this helicopter after doing some research. The Blade MCX2 RTF, is a work of art and I was amazed at ease of control, overall stability and durability despite its relatively flimsy fuselage. The aircraft holds together very well. The reason why I chose the E-Flite Blade MCX2 is due to parts availability. And after some of the hard landings, it still flies well and has not broken anywhere. The battery life is as listed. I would suggest purchasing extra blades as it will be inevitable that one will break due to the possibility of crashes. You will not be disappointed in your purchase of the Blade mcx2. Yes! I'm talking about having a lot of fun flying it!!
I have had this unit for 2 weeks and it is very durable. A couple of times I crashed it so hard that the lights would not work anymore. Took it apart and found that because I crashed it so hard, several wires broke off. I was able to re solder them and it runs just like new. I really like the dual ac power supply charger. Really saves on the batteries. Transmitter batteries last a long time. Lots and lots of fun. Am able to run it now without crashing it. LOL
I recently purchased this fantastic little helicopter. I have flown department store helicopters before, but this unit is far more refined and is great because of the control you can have of this thing after just an hour or so of practice. I have had a couple crashes and my local hobby store has all the pars for this unit and help with any repairs. Parts are priced well and crashes won't cost an arm and a leg.
I would highly recommend this Helicopter to all !
The second I got this plane, I had a problem. The servos were not working. I figured out that if the battery is in all the way, it is resting against a gear, so don't put the battery in all the way. Also, after a day of flying, I think the gear on the inside is wearing away and the spin of the blade is not that good anymore. But at least it flies great.
I bought this helicopter on December 17th from my local hobby store. The battery charger was working great. When I would put the battery in, the light would come on, and when it was charged, it would go off. Then the light started not going off. This is the 4th one I have bought. Upon doing some research, I found that the only way to get the light to go off is to take one of the batteries out of the charger. Until now, I have never had a problem with anything that I have bought from there. Unfortunately, in order to get any help from the manufacturer, I need a proof of purchase, which I do not have.
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