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Old 06-27-2019, 12:48 PM   #4 (permalink)
navigator2011
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Originally Posted by xoexoe View Post



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The Nano S2 is more stable, but the CP X is more fun. The S2 is a great trainer for learning maneuvers that with rudder movements that rely on piro compensation, while the CP X is better geared for high-cyclic 3D maneuvers. Both are great and serve different purposes.
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Wow, Xoexoe! That is a blog-level review and comparison! Thanks a bunch for taking the time to share your thoughts and post them here. I always love to watch your videos too -- keep them coming!!!

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Originally Posted by Chris1683 View Post
You hit the nail on the head with your review!
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Iíve owned and flown all 3 Nanoís and what you say is true. The S2 is great for beginners. The CPX is a great little heli for when you are ready to step up your game but donít want to get out of the Nano category.
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One thing is for sure, the S2 has done a great job at teaching me to fly around inverted. And, the moves I learned with the S2 have transferred over very well to my 150X, for example.

But even so, what is missing are intermediate-level nanos and mcpx-sized helis for people that are growing beyond the beginner phase but lack enough space to fly bigger helis. I sure do hope that HH takes this to heart.
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