The Blade Fusion 270 BNF Basic helicopter begins a new era of high-end Blade products, with all the features, style, and performance intermediate through advanced customers demand.
This powerhouse features a lightweight and strong carbon fiber frame and landing gear, black anodized aluminum components, and an all-new, high-torque 4S optimized power system. Combined with Spektrum™ metal gear servos, helical main gear and the durable belt driven tail design, there is nothing stopping you from trying the most aggressive maneuvers imaginable.
If you push things a little too far, the Fusion 270 is equipped with a Spektrum AR636A flight controller with SAFE® Technology Panic Recovery mode to prevent a crash. For seasoned pilots, the Fusion 270 delivers leading-edge heli action straight out of the box leaving the competition missing in action.
- SAFE® Technology with Panic Recovery: The Panic Recovery feature allows pilots to prevent a crash and recover the heli to level flight at the press of a button.
- Spektrum™ AR636 Receiver: Newly refined algorithms within this receiver and 6 axis flybarless system make the Fusion 270 handle with cutting -edge precision and stability. New aluminum lower case on the receiver offers improved dampening increases tolerance to vibration.
- Carbon Fiber & Anodized Aluminum Construction: Stylish black anodized head, swashplate, servo block, and blade grips give a high-end finish that stands out from the pack. Rigid carbon fiber and aluminum frame construction features carbon fiber landing gear for a new stance that is light and durable.
- Optimized Servo Geometry: Proven optimized servo geometry provides exceptional response and control, while improving servo efficiency and minimizing mechanical loss to the swashplate.
- Spektrum™ High-Speed Metal Geared Servos: High speed metal geared servos drive the cyclic and tail, featuring robust gear movement and digital precision to meet the demands of this flybarless machine.
- Oversized Mechanics: Triple ball-bearing support offers the oversized main shaft, spindle and blade grip components the ability to deliver the precision of Blade optimized servo geometry even under heavy flight loads.
- Belt-driven Tail: A robust belt driven tail design provides rock solid tail performance and control, while minimizing collateral gear damage in a crash.
- Tail Case Assembly: Newly designed tail case and new metal pulley tail shaft with larger bearings reduces vibrations and adds durability and support.
- 45A ESC with Governor: The 45A brushless ESC with built in governor provides reliable performance tuned for a 4S power system.
- Redefined Power System: Optimized power system utilizes common 4S 1300mAh batteries to drive a top-mounted 2950Kv brushless motor.
- Helical Main Gear: Low wear and quiet main gear provides consistent power and rotation in a more durable design.
- High Visibility: Newly designed fiberglass canopy features a bright trim scheme and matching vertical fin for unsurpassed visibility.
Approximate Flight Time: 6 minutes
Battery: 1300mAh 14.8V 30C Li-Po (Sold Separately)
Canopy/Body Material: Fiberglass
Completion Level: Bind-N-Fly Basic
Flying Weight: 626g
Main Blade Material: Carbon
Main Frame Material: Carbon
Main Motor Type: Brushless
Main Rotor Blade Length: 260mm-280mm
Main Rotor Diameter: 615mm
Main Rotor Head Type: Collective Pitch (CCPM) Flybarless
Pinion Size: 12 tooth
Swashplate Type: 120 degree CCPM
Tail Blade Material: Plastic
Tail Drive: Belt Drive
Tail Rotor Blade Length: 60mm
Tail Rotor Diameter: 162mm
- (1) Fusion 270 BNF Basic Helicopter
- (1) Carbon Fiber Main and Tail Blades
- (1) Spektrum AR636A Flight Controller
- (1) 45A ESC with Built in Governor
- (1) 2950Kv Brushless Outrunner Motor
- (4) Spektrum Metal Gear Servos
- (1) User Manual
Needed To Complete:
- 6+ Channel Spektrum™ Transmitter
- 1300mAh 14.8V 30C Li-Po Flight Battery
- Suitable Li-Po Battery Charger
1.cool and powerfull
2.frustrating until you fiddle its settings (adjusting PID parameters is not for everybody)
It was wagging tail a lot, just minor adjustments that where not very intuitive lead to very stable heli.
So - be prepared to spend time, and yes - do it carefully - first check all in dry, that things work in right directions before applying power to it.
Also - it has no one-way bearing on main shaft, so it does not have great auto-rotation -> I always land in power mode, and power it down with throttle, not trying to auto-rotate from 1feet height or not even trying to hit throttle hold right after landing.
In my experience when just landing it can be thrown out of balance by throttle hold(to fast head speed change)
Same for take-off, it is very sensitive to ground resonance/vibrations, so I rise throttle to 1/4 stick, let it reach stable RPMs and then go up to 3/4 stick to get it hovering without spending much time at 0 pitch - you will soon learn why :)
once you have learned to safely get it up and down and it does not wag like hell - do a trim flight to re-calibrate heli, it will be more stable on landings/take-off's, maybe a bit stabler in flight as well.
Don’t buy this !