Blade Nano CP S Review

Blade’s Nano CPS is designed for pilots who want to try out helicopter stunts and 3D maneuvers – tricks that can not be done on larger models.

Blade Nano CP S Specifications

Blade Nano CP S The Nano CP S is durable construction and the non-intimidating heat velocity makes this helicopter for intermediate pilots looking for a heli 3D interior to push their limits.

The Nano CP S is equipped with the Horizon SAFE (Sensor Assisted Flight Envelope) technology. This means that on-board electronics and software improve stability and provide automatic safety functions.


The best in the case of the Nano CP S is the type of stability. In this mode, the flight characteristics are docile, the angle of the bank is limited, and the helicopter will return to the plane flight as it leaves the pole.


The BLADE Nano CP S is still not a helicopter for absolute beginners, but the stability mode makes it a good step when you have a basic helicopter experience.

When you feel confident about flying in stability mode the real fun begins. In agility or 3D mode you have a very agile helicopter that is a little more difficult to fly, but should be able to do any 3D trick with the right pilot. I’ve done a lot of four-channel flight helicopters, but I’m still a beginner in 3D.
After about forty flights with the Nano CP S at least my loops are starting to look decent. Racing around at the low level and making steep turns is also great fun.
So far, about half of my flights have ended with loss of control. In theory, the SAFE technology’s panic recovery mode should save me then. When I move the panic switch I can tell the helicopter that it automatically straightens and flies to the right.
The problem is that I almost always use the panic switch too late, and then it can even make things worse. My strategy for managing loss of control is instead of flying on the grass, about a foot in height, and turning the lock switch to shut off the engine if I hit the ground.
That has worked very well so far, except that I have had to look for the helicopter for a minute or two on a couple of occasions when I have finished in unexpected places.
With a little more practice I suppose I could use the panic switch as intended. Flying the Nano CP S requires a little space, so it’s not really to fly inside your house.
Our local handball court is a pretty good place, but so far I prefer to fly outdoors. The Nano CP S is fast by its size, but still not great fun on a windy day, so choose the quiet climate at least to get you started.
The flight time in agility mode is about four minutes. Charging a fully depleted battery with the USB charger takes about 30 minutes.

Blade Nano CP S Features

Characteristics

  • SAFE equipped with three dynamic flight modes
  • 3D Capable
  • Available in BNF and RTF
  • Spectrum technology, for real-time telemetry
  • Collective Pitch (CCPM) Fiberglass rotor head
  • 120 degree CCPM swash plate
  • 197mm main rotor diameter
  • 40mm rear rotor diameter
  • Symmetrical 85mm plastic rotor blades
  • 40mm rear rotor diameter
  • Direct rear drive
  • Symmetrical 85mm plastic rotor blades
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SAFE® technology
The Blade® Nano CP S features an exclusive SAFE (Sensor Assisted Flight Envelope) technology, a revolutionary electronic flight control system that makes it easy for anyone to fly helicopters with confidence. This is because its versatile flight mode system allows you to choose the right amount of help with the flip of a switch. In addition, you get the virtual protection of Panic Recovery mode, which instantly recovers the heli to a level posture for you. As a result, learning new moves is more fun, which means that your skills as a helicopter pilot will build faster.

Three flight modes

  • Stability mode: Limited flight envelope with self-leveling and low bank angle limit
  • Agility Mode: Full control authority without bench angle limiter
  • 3D mode: Turns on the flip and roll rate for 3D capability
  • Panic recovery mode
  • Orientation is lost
  • Panic recovery button is pressed
  • Rest on a level attitude


Light
The palm-sized Nano CP S comes with performance, yet it is so easy that the durability factor is far above that of the larger machines with the same performance. In fact, if you exercise over soft grass or carpet, most of the mishaps cause little to no damage.

Blade Nano CP S review 23D performance
The mechanics have collective-pitch flybarless mechanics for the performance that is ideal if you want to learn how to hover as it is if you want to try advanced stuff like flips and inverted flight.

Li-Po power
Whether you choose the RTF or BNF ™ version of the Nano CP S, you will experience incredible performance with the included 150mAh 1S 45C battery, which takes between 4-5 minutes per flight depending on how hard you fly.

Blade Nano CP S overview and flight

Blade Nano CP S Review
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