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Blade Inductrix RTF Ultra Micro Drone with Safe Technology
Blade Inductrix RTF Ultra Micro Drone with Safe Technology
Blade Inductrix RTF Ultra Micro Drone with Safe Technology
Blade Inductrix RTF Ultra Micro Drone with Safe Technology
Blade Inductrix RTF Ultra Micro Drone with Safe Technology
Blade Inductrix RTF Ultra Micro Drone with Safe Technology

Blade Inductrix RTF Ultra Micro Drone with Safe Technology

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Blade Inductrix RTF Ultra Micro Drone with Safe Technology
Blade Inductrix RTF Ultra Micro Drone with Safe Technology
Blade Inductrix RTF Ultra Micro Drone with Safe Technology
Blade Inductrix RTF Ultra Micro Drone with Safe Technology
Blade Inductrix RTF Ultra Micro Drone with Safe Technology
Blade Inductrix RTF Ultra Micro Drone with Safe Technology
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Style: Inductrix RTF: With Transmitter


Features

  • Lightweight, fully assembled Ultra micro RC drone
  • 6-8 minutes flight time
  • SAFE technology with self-leveling
  • Brilliant LED orientation lights
  • RTF includes: Inductrix RTF RC Drone | DSMX 2. 4GHz transmitter | 150mAh 1S 3. 7V 25C Lipo battery |USB LiPo charger | 4 x AA alkaline TX battery

Description

Style:Inductrix RTF: With Transmitter Key Features:• Lightweight, fully assembled quadcopter• 6-8 minute flying time• SAFE technology makes drone flying easy• Quiet EDF power system• Durable rotor housings prevent damage• Brilliant LED orientation lights• Includes both red and blue bodiesA Fantastic Little Drone!The time has come for Electric Ducted Fans (EDF) to replace the old propeller thrust systems. By design, the cylindrical rotor housings add significant durability and produce less noise when carefully tuned. The Blade Inductrix ultra micro drone offers innovative technology you can fly just about anywhere and the performance edge that makes your flight experience more fun.The Blade Inductrix drone is a fun ultra-micro quadcopter that can be flown just about anywhere. Four specially tuned EDF rotor systems give this modern quad the appeal of a jet. As a result, performance feels incredibly smooth with far less noise than a conventional propeller rotor system. Durable rotor housings inherently prevent damage whether it bumps into walls or falls into the grass. Brilliant LED orientation lights and a sleek body design help keep you going in the right direction. Innovative SAFE technology with self- leveling makes staying in control easy, even if it's your first flight.Includes:• Inductrix RTF Micro Drone• Blade MLP transmitter with genuine DSMX 2.4GHz technology• 150mAh 1S 3. 7V 25C Li-Po flight battery• USB Li-Po charger• 4 × AA transmitter batteriesNeeded To Complete:• Nothing!


Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 8.2 x 3.4 inches


Item Weight: 0.67 ounces


Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.


Item model number: BLH8700


Manufacturer recommended age: 14 years and up


Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Release date: July 30, 2015


Mfg Recommended age: 14 - 120 years


Manufacturer: Horizon Hobby


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Delivery

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Style: Inductrix RTF: With Transmitter


Features

  • Lightweight, fully assembled Ultra micro RC drone
  • 6-8 minutes flight time
  • SAFE technology with self-leveling
  • Brilliant LED orientation lights
  • RTF includes: Inductrix RTF RC Drone | DSMX 2. 4GHz transmitter | 150mAh 1S 3. 7V 25C Lipo battery |USB LiPo charger | 4 x AA alkaline TX battery

Description

Style:Inductrix RTF: With Transmitter Key Features:• Lightweight, fully assembled quadcopter• 6-8 minute flying time• SAFE technology makes drone flying easy• Quiet EDF power system• Durable rotor housings prevent damage• Brilliant LED orientation lights• Includes both red and blue bodiesA Fantastic Little Drone!The time has come for Electric Ducted Fans (EDF) to replace the old propeller thrust systems. By design, the cylindrical rotor housings add significant durability and produce less noise when carefully tuned. The Blade Inductrix ultra micro drone offers innovative technology you can fly just about anywhere and the performance edge that makes your flight experience more fun.The Blade Inductrix drone is a fun ultra-micro quadcopter that can be flown just about anywhere. Four specially tuned EDF rotor systems give this modern quad the appeal of a jet. As a result, performance feels incredibly smooth with far less noise than a conventional propeller rotor system. Durable rotor housings inherently prevent damage whether it bumps into walls or falls into the grass. Brilliant LED orientation lights and a sleek body design help keep you going in the right direction. Innovative SAFE technology with self- leveling makes staying in control easy, even if it's your first flight.Includes:• Inductrix RTF Micro Drone• Blade MLP transmitter with genuine DSMX 2.4GHz technology• 150mAh 1S 3. 7V 25C Li-Po flight battery• USB Li-Po charger• 4 × AA transmitter batteriesNeeded To Complete:• Nothing!


Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 8.2 x 3.4 inches


Item Weight: 0.67 ounces


Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.


Item model number: BLH8700


Manufacturer recommended age: 14 years and up


Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Release date: July 30, 2015


Mfg Recommended age: 14 - 120 years


Manufacturer: Horizon Hobby


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Lightweight, fully assembled Ultra micro RC drone
  • 6-8 minutes flight time
  • SAFE technology with self-leveling
  • Brilliant LED orientation lights
  • RTF includes: Inductrix RTF RC Drone | DSMX 2. 4GHz transmitter | 150mAh 1S 3. 7V 25C Lipo battery |USB LiPo charger | 4 x AA alkaline TX battery

Description

Style:Inductrix RTF: With Transmitter Key Features:• Lightweight, fully assembled quadcopter• 6-8 minute flying time• SAFE technology makes drone flying easy• Quiet EDF power system• Durable rotor housings prevent damage• Brilliant LED orientation lights• Includes both red and blue bodiesA Fantastic Little Drone!The time has come for Electric Ducted Fans (EDF) to replace the old propeller thrust systems. By design, the cylindrical rotor housings add significant durability and produce less noise when carefully tuned. The Blade Inductrix ultra micro drone offers innovative technology you can fly just about anywhere and the performance edge that makes your flight experience more fun.The Blade Inductrix drone is a fun ultra-micro quadcopter that can be flown just about anywhere. Four specially tuned EDF rotor systems give this modern quad the appeal of a jet. As a result, performance feels incredibly smooth with far less noise than a conventional propeller rotor system. Durable rotor housings inherently prevent damage whether it bumps into walls or falls into the grass. Brilliant LED orientation lights and a sleek body design help keep you going in the right direction. Innovative SAFE technology with self- leveling makes staying in control easy, even if it's your first flight.Includes:• Inductrix RTF Micro Drone• Blade MLP transmitter with genuine DSMX 2.4GHz technology• 150mAh 1S 3. 7V 25C Li-Po flight battery• USB Li-Po charger• 4 × AA transmitter batteriesNeeded To Complete:• Nothing!


Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 8.2 x 3.4 inches


Item Weight: 0.67 ounces


Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.


Item model number: BLH8700


Manufacturer recommended age: 14 years and up


Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Release date: July 30, 2015


Mfg Recommended age: 14 - 120 years


Manufacturer: Horizon Hobby


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Christian - Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2015
What a great little quad. Checks all the boxes!!!
The positives: After a ton of research, this little quad checked all the boxes. I have five of the little 1s batteries from helicopters, a transmitter from the Vapor and it has to fit in my carry-on luggage when I travel!!! That and it has to be maneuverable enough to fly around in a hotel room (I travel a lot for work). This little beast checks all those boxes! That and it takes a beating and keeps going. I have flown five batteries through it and it just keeps going. Crashed outside in a light wind and there was absolutely no damage done. The cons: short flight times but, that is to be expected. If you have extra batteries and a quad-charging unit, you can pretty much fly nonstop. I have gotten about 4 minute flights out of each. Not earth shattering but, it's on par for all the others out there. If you aren't paying close attention, the low battery indication light is easy to miss. Next thing you know, you are free falling from the sky. Luckily, this thing can take a hard crash. I have concrete floors and it did a complete shutdown at about eight feet. No damage. The props are really well protected by the fan guards. Really nice touch giving the second blue cover with the red one. Packaging is well done and compact. I will probably use it to transport the quad in my suitcase. The ability to hover right out of the box is perfect. My 10 year old daughter flew it with no previous flying experience. She was really excited to try and not fail!!! Big plus there. I tried the high rate and WHOA MOMMA!!! I turned that back off asap since I am not that comfortable yet. But wow, talk about responsive! I think acrobatics will certainly be possible. Overall, I am really happy I went with this one over the CX-10 or others. They may all be great but the modifications I would have had to do just to utilize all the batteries I have just made more sense to get this. It uses the E-flite MLP4DSM transmitter so, if you have an old heli or plane with one of those, you can bind right to it and save the $20 for more batteries cause you will want to fly more!!! Trust me!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By corrado007 - Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2016
This little quad is amazing! You won't be disappointed.
I can't say enough good things about this little guy. I have only had it for a week and I was compelled to write a review. I typically don't write reviews so soon so I will be sure to update it should my opinion change or should durability become an issue. First some background on my RC flying experience. Though I grew up driving RC cars, I have only been flying for about a month. I started out with a coaxial helicopter, the MCX2. I flew the MCX2 a lot for several weeks until I was quite comfortable with it and then decided to get a quad to check out the difference between the two types of copters and because I was looking for something a bit faster and more agile to fly indoors. I was looking for something very small with fairly precise fight as I typically fly in my relatively small living room and kitchen with the kids around. YouTube videos and Amazon reviews led me to this little quad. Others said it was extremely precise as if on rails, was small, and also durable. I have already ran about 25 batteries through this thing and it has been nothing but fun from the first battery. My very limited flight experience was definitely sufficient to fly it in stability mode as is very easy to fly. If you let go of the sticks in stability mode it just hovers in place with only minimal input to maintain altitude. The battery it comes with lasts about 4.5-5 minutes depending on how aggressively you fly. This quad is much more agile and much quicker that the coaxial heli I have been flying. It has two modes, a stability mode that it defaults to and the agility mode that you can enter by pushing down/in on the left control stick. I purchased the BNF (bind-n-fly) model and just used the controller from the MCX2 with it. It was very easy to bind once I read the instructions. When you enter agility mode, the bound/ready LED under the canopy will change from the solid blue color of stability mode to the solid red color indicating agility mode. In agility mode, it is very fast for a micro quad and was difficult for me to fly as it does not stop and correct itself when you let off the sticks, you have to give it constant input to get it to go were you want. In stability mode I was able to fly and land it in very precise locations which is great for indoor use as well (I was able to land it on a 6x6" square). Just as the left stick was able to be pushed in/down to put it into agility mode, the right stick can be pushed in/down to change the rates. If you are in stability mode for instance and push in the stick, the LED power indicator on the transmitter will begin and remain flashing while in low rate mode so you can fly extremely slowly and with very forgiving rates which would be good for an absolute beginner. It defaults to the high rate and solid LED indicator on the transmitter. It is very quiet. Compared to the MCX2, an MSR, a V911, or others I have heard and/or flown, it is maybe half as loud. It can be flown around without bothering people watching TV or talking which is a major plus for an indoor flyer. That said, although it is so small, it is not just an indoor flyer. It could be flown outside in a decent breeze as far as I can tell. I can fly it directly under the ceiling fan in our living room with little effect whereas my coaxial heli requires serious correction and gets tossed around under the fan. With my MCX2 heli I am always a little apprehensive about flying too close to the kids or letting them run after it as I don't want them to get hurt by the exposed blades but that is not a problem at all with this quad due to the ducted fans/blades. This is also good for protecting the TV. It is also small enough that I don't have to worry about it doing any damage to decorations (pictures, vases, etc...) if I accidentally bump into one. The only negative point I can think of is the low battery warning. My MCX2 coaxial heli would flash and reduce power and allow for a fairly graceful though quick landing whereas the Inductrix lights flash and it drops like a rock a second later. This was something I expected as I read about this in other reviews and heard about it on YouTube. Now that I know how long the battery lasts, I can set a timer on my phone for 4 minutes which will allow me time to bring it in for a more gentle landing and will also ensure not running the battery down too low so as not to damage the battery. It could definitely be a great first copter in stability mode with low rates selected in place of a fixed pitch heli like the V911 or coaxial. For $50 this is an amazing bang for your buck. I guess it would be around $70 if a first copter as you'd need to buy the RTF (ready to fly) if you don't already have a transmitter. Still well worth the money.

Top Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Christian - Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2015
What a great little quad. Checks all the boxes!!!
The positives: After a ton of research, this little quad checked all the boxes. I have five of the little 1s batteries from helicopters, a transmitter from the Vapor and it has to fit in my carry-on luggage when I travel!!! That and it has to be maneuverable enough to fly around in a hotel room (I travel a lot for work). This little beast checks all those boxes! That and it takes a beating and keeps going. I have flown five batteries through it and it just keeps going. Crashed outside in a light wind and there was absolutely no damage done. The cons: short flight times but, that is to be expected. If you have extra batteries and a quad-charging unit, you can pretty much fly nonstop. I have gotten about 4 minute flights out of each. Not earth shattering but, it's on par for all the others out there. If you aren't paying close attention, the low battery indication light is easy to miss. Next thing you know, you are free falling from the sky. Luckily, this thing can take a hard crash. I have concrete floors and it did a complete shutdown at about eight feet. No damage. The props are really well protected by the fan guards. Really nice touch giving the second blue cover with the red one. Packaging is well done and compact. I will probably use it to transport the quad in my suitcase. The ability to hover right out of the box is perfect. My 10 year old daughter flew it with no previous flying experience. She was really excited to try and not fail!!! Big plus there. I tried the high rate and WHOA MOMMA!!! I turned that back off asap since I am not that comfortable yet. But wow, talk about responsive! I think acrobatics will certainly be possible. Overall, I am really happy I went with this one over the CX-10 or others. They may all be great but the modifications I would have had to do just to utilize all the batteries I have just made more sense to get this. It uses the E-flite MLP4DSM transmitter so, if you have an old heli or plane with one of those, you can bind right to it and save the $20 for more batteries cause you will want to fly more!!! Trust me!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By corrado007 - Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2016
This little quad is amazing! You won't be disappointed.
I can't say enough good things about this little guy. I have only had it for a week and I was compelled to write a review. I typically don't write reviews so soon so I will be sure to update it should my opinion change or should durability become an issue. First some background on my RC flying experience. Though I grew up driving RC cars, I have only been flying for about a month. I started out with a coaxial helicopter, the MCX2. I flew the MCX2 a lot for several weeks until I was quite comfortable with it and then decided to get a quad to check out the difference between the two types of copters and because I was looking for something a bit faster and more agile to fly indoors. I was looking for something very small with fairly precise fight as I typically fly in my relatively small living room and kitchen with the kids around. YouTube videos and Amazon reviews led me to this little quad. Others said it was extremely precise as if on rails, was small, and also durable. I have already ran about 25 batteries through this thing and it has been nothing but fun from the first battery. My very limited flight experience was definitely sufficient to fly it in stability mode as is very easy to fly. If you let go of the sticks in stability mode it just hovers in place with only minimal input to maintain altitude. The battery it comes with lasts about 4.5-5 minutes depending on how aggressively you fly. This quad is much more agile and much quicker that the coaxial heli I have been flying. It has two modes, a stability mode that it defaults to and the agility mode that you can enter by pushing down/in on the left control stick. I purchased the BNF (bind-n-fly) model and just used the controller from the MCX2 with it. It was very easy to bind once I read the instructions. When you enter agility mode, the bound/ready LED under the canopy will change from the solid blue color of stability mode to the solid red color indicating agility mode. In agility mode, it is very fast for a micro quad and was difficult for me to fly as it does not stop and correct itself when you let off the sticks, you have to give it constant input to get it to go were you want. In stability mode I was able to fly and land it in very precise locations which is great for indoor use as well (I was able to land it on a 6x6" square). Just as the left stick was able to be pushed in/down to put it into agility mode, the right stick can be pushed in/down to change the rates. If you are in stability mode for instance and push in the stick, the LED power indicator on the transmitter will begin and remain flashing while in low rate mode so you can fly extremely slowly and with very forgiving rates which would be good for an absolute beginner. It defaults to the high rate and solid LED indicator on the transmitter. It is very quiet. Compared to the MCX2, an MSR, a V911, or others I have heard and/or flown, it is maybe half as loud. It can be flown around without bothering people watching TV or talking which is a major plus for an indoor flyer. That said, although it is so small, it is not just an indoor flyer. It could be flown outside in a decent breeze as far as I can tell. I can fly it directly under the ceiling fan in our living room with little effect whereas my coaxial heli requires serious correction and gets tossed around under the fan. With my MCX2 heli I am always a little apprehensive about flying too close to the kids or letting them run after it as I don't want them to get hurt by the exposed blades but that is not a problem at all with this quad due to the ducted fans/blades. This is also good for protecting the TV. It is also small enough that I don't have to worry about it doing any damage to decorations (pictures, vases, etc...) if I accidentally bump into one. The only negative point I can think of is the low battery warning. My MCX2 coaxial heli would flash and reduce power and allow for a fairly graceful though quick landing whereas the Inductrix lights flash and it drops like a rock a second later. This was something I expected as I read about this in other reviews and heard about it on YouTube. Now that I know how long the battery lasts, I can set a timer on my phone for 4 minutes which will allow me time to bring it in for a more gentle landing and will also ensure not running the battery down too low so as not to damage the battery. It could definitely be a great first copter in stability mode with low rates selected in place of a fixed pitch heli like the V911 or coaxial. For $50 this is an amazing bang for your buck. I guess it would be around $70 if a first copter as you'd need to buy the RTF (ready to fly) if you don't already have a transmitter. Still well worth the money.