Blade Fusion 180 BNF Basic

Fusion series improvements and refined control make this micro heli fly like nothing before. It's practically in a class by itself.

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High Performance 3D for your Backyard

The Fusion styling revision adds a redeveloped lightweight and extremely rigid carbon fiber main frame. Plus, the new belt-driven tail and newly developed tail case improve tail performance and overall durability. Hosting this new belt is an over-sized tail boom large enough to eliminate the need for boom supports. With this new tail design, the tail servo has moved to a more discrete location mounted to the tail.

Optimized servo geometry greatly reduces mechanical loss and improves control efficiency to the swashplate. Driven by Spektrum™ metal gear servos, pilots are sure to appreciate the precise control. Painted carbon fiber tail fin finishes off the sleek styling of the Fusion redesigned canopy. A new 20 Amp ESC offers improved, precise head speed control for that high performance flight that doesn't lag behind. With BNF® Basic convenience, all you have to do is add a 4S 450mAh battery, bind your 6+ channel Spektrum DSMX® transmitter, and you're off to hit all the hurricanes, tic-tocs, and detonators in your arsenal.

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Jun 08, 2019, 09:38 AM
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Why do they always show a Hot Shot 3D pro Pilot flying these things?, they make it look so easy!... why don't they just show a average Joe Smoe flying and crashing, picking it up off the floor with the look of Disgust!...
Jun 08, 2019, 02:14 PM
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Because it's designed as an expert level helicopter? the 180CFX on 3s is serious handful until you get used to it... the Fusion 180 is that and more with a stretch and 4s power. it doesn't even have stability mode, so.... definitely not designed for a novice. they have the 130S in this size range for those that would prefer a heli that can hold up to crashes, and it will fly mild 3d quite well as a learning tool on the way to expert...
Jun 08, 2019, 02:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Wayne Moyer
Because it's designed as an expert level helicopter? the 180CFX on 3s is serious handful until you get used to it... the Fusion 180 is that and more with a stretch and 4s power. it doesn't even have stability mode, so.... definitely not designed for a novice. they have the 130S in this size range for those that would prefer a heli that can hold up to crashes, and it will fly mild 3d quite well as a learning tool on the way to expert...
For reals. I remember a video by Blade where they intentionally crashed a 130s just to demonstrate how well it holds up.


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