Probably the greatest joy of testing out the Blade Inductrix 200 was the opportunity to do some thoroughly carefree, old-school FPV flying. I'm certainly not condoning reckless flying – always stay clear of people and animals, stay below 400 feet AGL, respect your neighbor's privacy, etc – but it's hard to see how you could do much damage, either to the aircraft or anything else, while flying the Inductrix 200. (Cue the flood of e-mails and videos, proving me wrong).
The propellers are fully enclosed such that I cannot come up with a scenario where they would come in contact with anyone or anything in the environment unless it was on purpose and the aircraft weighs so little and is so small, I think the threat posed by collisions is modest. Consequently, you can fly it pretty much anywhere, and have fun doing it: test yourself, learn acrobatics, practice maneuvering through small gaps – there just isn't much to go wrong.
It's size and maneuverability would seem to make it suited for indoor flying as well as outdoor flying, although the dental drill whine it emits would probably get annoying pretty quickly in an enclosed space. However, outdoors – where we tested it – the sound diminished substantially once we flew more than a few feet away.