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Blade BLH2700 Scout CX 3ch Beginner RC Helicopter RTF

Product Code: BLH2700

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Ready to fly your first RC helicopter? The Blade Scout is one of the best beginner helicopters on the market today.

It only weighs 17 grams, but it certainly is not light on features! If you are a RC helicopter beginner, the Scout was designed just for you. State-of-the-art 2.4GHz radio control with advanced Blade engineering and electronics will have you flying in circles around other helis like it.

The perfect introduction to helicopters

Learning to fly with friends is no problem as the Blade Scout CX comes with an advanced 2.4GHz radio control that enables multiple remote control helicopters to fly in the same space at the same time.

If you do happen to hit the deck hard (don’t worry, we all do!) there is a wide range of spare parts to help you get your Blade Scout CX back in the air, but you will find that this model helicopter is surprisingly robust.

For new RC helicopter pilots ready to take off, the Blade Scout CX is your ideal choice.


  • Designed by RC helicopter experts
  • 2.4GHz radio control lets several Scouts fly at the same time
  • Great directional control and stability with computerized piezo gyro
  • Rotor head servo designed for smooth and precise control
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  • Blade Scout Heli

  • Requires

    Nothing! Everything you need to get in the air is included in the box, including four AA batteries for the transmitter.

  • Type : Coaxial Electric Helicopter
  • Main Rotor Diameter : 6.50 in (165mm)
  • Gross Weight : 0.60 oz (17 g)
  • Length : 6.30 in (160mm)
  • Main Gear Ratio : 7.86:1
  • Kit/ARF/RTF : RTF
  • Rotor Blade Length : 3.00 in (76mm)
  • Minimum Age Recommendation : 14 years
  • Experience Level : Beginner
  • Recommended Environment : Indoor
  • Is Assembly Required : No