SPEKTRUM BIND-N-FLY® TECHNOLOGY
ONE TRANSMITTER. ONE FLEET.
Already have a Spektrum™ transmitter, flight battery, and charger? Bind-N-Fly® (BNF®) models include everything else you need to get in the air. Ready-to-Fly RC airplanes and helicopters have everything you need to start flying, including a complete radio system (receiver and transmitter). But with the Bind-N-Fly, you get the aircraft with a receiver but without the transmitter.
With a single Spektrum DSM2®/DSMX® aircraft transmitter, you hold the key to a fleet of Bind-N-Fly aircraft that includes everything from tiny Blade® helicopters to giant-scale E-flite® airplanes. All Bind-N-Fly aircraft come out of the box with servos, a power system, and a Spektrum receiver installed. Aside from charging batteries and maybe a few minutes of assembly, all you have to do is:
- CHOOSE THE BIND-N-FLY AIRCRAFT YOU WANT TO FLY
- BIND IT TO YOUR SPEKTRUM DSM2/DSMX AIRCRAFT TRANSMITTER
BE WITH THE ONE YOU LOVE
You love your Spektrum transmitter. The stick tension is just the way you want it, you know where all the switches are, and you can’t imagine life without the programming features. Why give all that up just because you want to have some ready-to-fly fun? With Bind-N-Fly aircraft, you get it all.
One of the significant benefits of Spektrum 2.4ghz technology is its ModelMatch™ feature. This allows a single Spektrum transmitter to be bound to (or paired with) multiple Spektrum receivers. With ModelMatch, you can easily add the aircraft you have to build up your BNF helicopters and planes collection.
We've used this ability to create innovative Bind-N-Fly aircraft with a Spektrum receiver installed. Each BNF airplane can be flight-ready in the time it takes to charge a battery. With a Spektrum Bind-N-Fly, there’s no need for owning several different transmitters when one can do it all.
DON'T PAY FOR WHAT YOU DON'T NEED
Because Bind-N-Fly aircraft don't include a transmitter, you'll save money and space in your field box simultaneously. Those that require more popular batteries that most pilots own already are often available in a Bind-N-Fly Basic version. Bind-N-Fly Basic aircraft include only the flight-ready model without a battery or charger, saving you even more money.