Blade Nano QX Review also called Blade Nano QF BNF quadcopter is a major engineering marvel.
This incredible piece of high tech is the closest you will ever get as far as handling an UAV as you are probably ever going to get, at least in the next ten to fifteen years.
Small enough and lightweight enough to be held in just one hand, this beauty is so slight and so slender that you shouldn’t have any trouble whatsoever flying it and piloting it in the smallest rooms in your home.
Of course, thanks to the built-in gyroscope (and a number of other features we are going to touch on in just a moment, you’re going to be able to pilot this amazing craft at up to 300 m away – all by taking advantage of DSM2 or DSMX radio transmission technology.
If you’re in the market for a new UAV, you need to pay serious and close attention to the Blade Nano QX.
Stand out features
The most impactful standout feature that this remote-controlled Blade Nano Quadcopter offers has to be its incredibly compact size.
Most of the “home drones” out there are gigantic monstrosities that are very slow, very difficult to get up off the ground, and even more of a challenge to control in inclement weather – but nothing could be further from the truth when you’re talking about the Blade RC Quadcopter.
Small enough to fly around in a single room in your home (even if it’s a small bedroom or office) but stable enough to fly around outside in nearly any weather condition (ignoring hurricanes, tornadoes, etc.); this is a quadcopter design that stands to revolutionize the industry again.
Built-in SAFETM technology (proprietary technology) offers increased stability and agility to the pilots of these UAVs, augmenting their skills and making sure that their response time never let them down when they are taking in aerial maneuvers with their UAVs.
This is how the manufacturer describes it, which is quite explicit for anyone to understand the marvel that offers this marvelous gem of Technology feast:
“SAFE stands for Sensor Assisted Flight Envelope and is central to the performance of the Nano QX.
Even new pilots will feel comfortable with the Nano QX in stability mode because SAFE will make sure the quad is always in control and in an upright fashion.
You will feel an immediate sense of confidence and will be flying around like a pro in no time!”
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Pros Blade Nano QX Review
One of the first things (if not the VERY first things) that you will notice about the Blade Nano QF BNF is that it runs almost silently – even when its blades are spinning just as quickly as possible.
This is going to allow you to use this amazing little gizmo to “sneak up on people” around the house, and that only begins to scratch the surface.
Secondly, this piece of technology takes advantage of lithium-ion batteries.
These batteries are much more lightweight than NiCad, save a lot of energy because they charge faster – and retain that charge longer – and are also able to offer substantially more in the capacity department.
Finally, this remote-controlled quadcopter includes a “return to sender” but that you’ll be able to hit at any point in time, commanding the aircraft to return back to you and the remote control attached regardless of where they are at that moment.
This can be very useful for those that lose a line of sight with their UAV and want to make sure that recovery isn’t a headache and hassle.
Some individuals that have purchased a Blade Nano QF BNF are complaining about a weak RF signal sent from the remote control module, claiming that the signal isn’t strong enough to support long-distance flights or those that climb higher and higher into the sky.
This particular Blade Nano QX Review has an effective range of 200+ meters (give or take a couple), so that really shouldn’t be all that much of an issue for you.
Secondly, this particular remote-controlled quadcopter can be a little bit of a challenge to fly, especially if you don’t have any real experience backing you up with UAVs or drones.
Verdict Blade Nano QX Review
When everything is said and done, and you just want to be able to get your hands on in inexpensive and compact drone, the Blade Nano QX Review is the kind of option you’ll want to move forward with.