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600 X Pro Series Kit by BLADE® (BLH5625)

Take a closer look inside the just-announced Blade® 600 X Pro Series Kit in our newly uploaded photo album! Here we provide an inside look at how the 600 X is put together! Check it out!

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Explosive Power and Performance!

If you feel like what you're flying is keeping you from realizing your full potential as a 3D master, shatter those limits with the explosive power and performance of the Blade 600 X. It shares the same frame and rotor head with the Blade 550 X, but adds the extra punch of an E-flite® Heli 700, 500Kv brushless motor. This abundance of power, along with the set of Revolution® 600mm carbon fiber blades that are included, will allow you to confidently explore the extremes of 3D flight with performance to spare.

Includes:

  • 1 x Revolution® Flybarless 600mm carbon fiber main blade set
  • 1 x Revolution 95mm carbon fiber tail blade set
  • 1 x E-flite® Heli 700, 500Kv brushless outrunner motor
  • 1 x E-flite 10A BEC
  • 1 x Sleek pre-painted fiberglass canopy

Key Features

  • Direct-to-swash, flybarless head design
  • Symmetrical carbon fiber main frames
  • CNC-machined aluminum head block and blade grips
  • CNC-machined aluminum swashplate
  • Revolution 600mm carbon fiber main blades
  • Revolution 95mm tail blades
  • Triple ball bearing-supported, 10mm solid steel main shaft
  • Integrated bearing block servo mount design
  • Torque-tube driven tail with aluminum tail boom and case
  • Dual-point tail pitch slider and balanced tail grips
  • E-flite® Heli 700, 500Kv brushless outrunner motor

Needed To Complete

  • 6+ channel transmitter and receiver radio system
  • Cyclic servos (3)
  • Tail servo (1)
  • 100–120 amp HV brushless ESC
  • Batteries (2 x 22.2V 6S 3200–4400mAh LiPo)
  • Charger
  • Flybarless control system

600 X Pro Series Kit by BLADE (5 min 44 sec)

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Jun 21, 2013, 04:41 AM
Registered User
Have they got a glow version.
Jun 21, 2013, 02:20 PM
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Rickn816's Avatar
Sorry, guys.
That is a lot of money for a Blade heli-without electronics.
Jun 23, 2013, 12:44 AM
Registered User
Notice they're not including their ESC in the kit anymore...

And 580 for a kit with revolution blades (100 bucks by themselves) and a motor isn't bad. Plus now you're not paying for things you don't want any more.
Jun 23, 2013, 04:01 AM
Registered User
$580 for 600 kit and blades is not bad at all.
Jun 23, 2013, 12:09 PM
Rocket Programmer
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Marketing sure is having fun with people...
"If you feel like what you're flying is keeping you from realizing your full potential as a 3D master, shatter those limits with the explosive power and performance of the Blade 600 X."

Wouldn't it more likely be your skills keeping you from realizing your potential as a 3D master?
Jun 23, 2013, 12:15 PM
Registered User
Na,it couldn't be my skills,just need a bigger heli!!!
Last edited by Kauaiguy; Jun 23, 2013 at 01:31 PM.
Jun 23, 2013, 01:22 PM
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finguz's Avatar
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Originally Posted by jasmine2501
Marketing sure is having fun with people...
"If you feel like what you're flying is keeping you from realizing your full potential as a 3D master, shatter those limits with the explosive power and performance of the Blade 600 X."

Wouldn't it more likely be your skills keeping you from realizing your potential as a 3D master?
Ha, that's hilarious! I guess it's for those in denial. My current helis are definitely the reason I can't do tumbling/rolling circuits.

It should just read, 'tired of blaming the machine? Get a Blade!' .
Jun 24, 2013, 09:24 PM
I hate waiting for parts
Mike_Then's Avatar
So wait, it's basically the Blade 550X with an upgraded motor, slightly larger blades, and a different canopy? Or am I missing something here?
Jun 24, 2013, 10:02 PM
DJO
DJO
"Yo, that's a thermal"
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Originally Posted by Mike_Then
So wait, it's basically the Blade 550X with an upgraded motor, slightly larger blades, and a different canopy? Or am I missing something here?
+1... I was thinking similarly...
Jun 25, 2013, 09:21 PM
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satgod's Avatar
almost any 550 can be stretch to a 600 and look good doing it
longer boom/blades, slightly larger motor and a nice canopy
I stretch my 450 to a 480 and it looks just like a 500


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