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Old 07-12-2014, 01:38 PM   #204 (permalink)
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Join Date: Jan 2012

I have had a lot of fun learning to fly with the mQX. They are the perfect size for my backyard. And best of all for someone with shaky hands, they are resistant to crash damage and very cheap and easy to repair. So I fly em like I stole em and laugh at the crashes.
This is one of the most fun flights I had with an mQX when I actually avoided hitting the ground, and it was one of the last:
Backyard Fun with the Blade mQX - June 2014 (3 min 40 sec)

After killing the last of my new mQX I got a 180QX board and frame and it seems to be even better for backyard bashing. I wonder how many of those I will destroy.... I am going to order my first real one this weekend.
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