Esky Honey Bee CP2
Being so small and collective pitch, it is very twitchy and easy to damage in a crash. The controls exhibit quite a bit of slop and some users report issues with ineffective collective pitch control (so-called sticky collective).
The CP2 uses a slightly odd variation of CCPM where the swashplate falls to increase collective pitch; cyclic pitch controls still affect the swashplate as is expected, tilting it in the commanded direction. The CP2 stock transmitter comes configured to control the helicopter correctly.
The E-flite Blade CP and Blade CP Pro are essentially identical helicopters.
There are rumors that the CP2 may shortly be discontinued.
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