Purchased 6sets of these blades.I am just past the hovering stage of learning and thought they would save me money on breakages. Quite impressed with the value for money,we'll balanced,tracking no problem and the type of flying (hovering and circuits) I am up to can't tell the difference between these and the more expensive blades.Good one Hobby King.These are very flexible blades with less lift but are great for multi blade headsthis are great for scale flying,weight came in the same,great price cant beat itI thinks these blades are great.
I use them for my scale 450 and they do the job nicely. Both blades were exactly the same weight (29g) and balanced perfectly.
very good for scale models and super cheap !tres bon produit pour le prix
- very good product for the price....I bought these because they are less likelly to break on impact. By then I was prone to crash every time. You don't need fiberglass blades to learn flying. These are great for the job.
They get a bad rating because one of the blades came crooked. You could also see a bit of carbon reinforcement sticking out. Something I will not be flying with!These came with my HK450 V2 kit. I only put them on when I broke my main blades and was desperate. They are ugly. The stickers peel off in flight messing up the balance, the lift and the tracking. Once I couldn't get off the ground with the throttle stick all the way up because of the sticker peeling off. Under the sticker, there were holes in the plastic. Don't buy these. They shouldn't even put them in the kit. Buy the blue-white $4-5 glass fiber ones instead. Those are pretty cool.,
!!!I got these with my HK450 and they were fine. Since they are plastic they don't get so easily damaged when crashed.
However; when I bought these separately one came bent. So it is pretty much unflyable! :(as said after few minutes of flight the stickers begin peeling sending heli into spin due to extra drag that gyro and any amount of rudder can not overcome. Resulting in guaranteed expensive crash. this happens without fail every use of these. 3 crashes later i say forget cheap blades to avoid expensive repairs.
These would be ok if the stickers either weren't there, or where more like transfers and not just paper barely adhered. I tried soaking in hot water then scrubbing off stickers which took way too long . to discover the holes in the holes under the stickers??? these are simply to be avoided!!!