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Top Quality, a bit balancing and ready to flyI've always been a big believer in you get what you pay for but today I was proven wrong. I've a full set of 15x5 t-motor propellors and they were a real pig to balance. It was mainly the hubs that were off which took the best part of a day to balance by grinding the heavier side and using glue on the lighter side.
However, I bought a set of these. For a fifth of the price the quality is far superior. Hubs are balanced and only a tiny amount of sellotape to balance to blades. They fit the t-motors perfectly, no boring the holes like some cheap quanum ones I had previously.
If your looking for props you can't go wrong with these.needs a little balancing, but flies really nice with these propsVery nice props taking into consideration the price. they need a bit of balancing but not a big thing. I'm using it with my DJI 320kv motors - to fit them I needed to grind central part because they are to broad. Overall I recommend them as replacement of original CF props for DJI S800.I mounted these on my Hexacopter of 4Kg AUW. They hover well around 45pcnt throttle on 490kv motors and 4S setup.
Couple of them needed little balancing using dubro balancer. Build quality is sturdy. Overall best quality propellers, I believe there is no need to buy anything expensive, they are at par with much low priceThese props are fantastic! I bought them to be used in conjunction with the Turnigy Multstar 4108-480KV motors. The props are solid carbon fiber weave, not foam-filled laminated with the weave. They are extremely light yet stiff for their size. The construction quality is pretty good, not the best, but for the price? Unbeatable! I would highly recommend them to anyone interested in a great value!Didn't like these. The balance is really bad. Each pair,one prop is acceptably close and requires minor weight balance, while the other is wayout. Props are not as rigid as carbon props should be. Noticeably more flex than tarot props.These must be balanced before use. The 3 sets I have needed 2 or 3 100mm lengths of Sellotape "Diamond tape" on the back of the light blade. They are also too wide at the hub for the earlier style of top retaining plate ( it has 2 overhanging shoulders) of the Multistar 4114 320 kv motors that I have. ( the new stock of this motor is different in the picture and I suspect would be no problem. Still yet to run on my hex though)These look far better made than the 1555E props (had to remove excess resin "blobs" from a couple of blade surfaces) that are on back order jus now. Stiffer and wider at the centre section and with a Matt finish. Different profile and shape too.