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Diatone Polycarbonate 3-Blade Propellers 5040 (CW/CCW) (Red) (2 Pairs)

Diatone Polycarbonate 3-Blade Propellers 5040 (CW/CCW) (Red) (2 Pairs)

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SKU:
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Diatone's range of multirotor propellers offer excellent durability at a fantastic price, giving you better control of your multi rotor with more resilience to breakage.

The props are supplied in packs of 4, with 2, CW rotation and 2, CCW rotation.

There is a wide range of color options that can be mixed and matched to help with orientation. This is the perfect upgrade for any small multirotor.

Specs:
Size: 5 x 4
Color: Red
Hub: 5mm
Weight: 3.5g

Included:
2 x CW rotation propellers
2 x CCW rotation propellers

  • SKU 366000201-0
  • Brand Diatone
  • Shipping Weight 24.0000
  • Length 165.00
  • Width 10.00
  • Height 140.00
  • Diameter X(Inch) 5.00
  • Pitch Y(Inch) 4.00
  • Rotation CW/CCW
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I ordered these props and was pleasantly surprised at how well these flew (decent balance) and how durable they are for the price. I can easily straighten out these props after bending them in a crash and they fly again just fine. BUT - price aside, there is no reason for the poor quality in weight variance. The 5040R props weigh ~3.75-3.85grams but the 5040 props weigh 4.05-4.15grams.

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I ordered these props and was pleasantly surprised at how well these flew (decent balance) and how durable they are for the price. I can easily straighten out these props after bending them in a crash and they fly again just fine. BUT - price aside, there is no reason for the poor quality in weight variance. The 5040R props weigh ~3.75-3.85grams but the 5040 props weigh 4.05-4.15grams.

These props are too flex for racer, dont buy this props for sur-motorized multirotor!
DALPROP are much better for price.

trop souple pour multi surmotorisé, n'acheté pas cela, les DALPROP sont beaucoup mieux pour le prix.

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These props are too flex for racer, dont buy this props for sur-motorized multirotor!
DALPROP are much better for price.

trop souple pour multi surmotorisé, n'acheté pas cela, les DALPROP sont beaucoup mieux pour le prix.

These props are not very solid, they flex alot during flight. Haven't tested enough props to know what this means for flight characteristics but on my ZMR250 I can crash with these props 10plus times without snapping one. Can even bend them back into place.

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These props are not very solid, they flex alot during flight. Haven't tested enough props to know what this means for flight characteristics but on my ZMR250 I can crash with these props 10plus times without snapping one. Can even bend them back into place.

Awesome props, cheap and durable.

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Awesome props, cheap and durable.

Props are undoubtedly a personal choice issue in how they feel given many other variables. I had been flying a really durable 5045 prop, but I wanted something less aggressive and easier to spin. For me, these props don't work. They are definitely lighter and work exactly as they should, but they are so thin they are constantly bending and warping coming in contact with my arm mounted ESC's. I've had several other props on the 5" build, and these are the only props that constantly nick at my ESC wiring. I'm sticking with a more durable prop, but these may work for you and at their price I'd give them a chance if you need a 5040 tri-prop with low spin weight.

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Props are undoubtedly a personal choice issue in how they feel given many other variables. I had been flying a really durable 5045 prop, but I wanted something less aggressive and easier to spin. For me, these props don't work. They are definitely lighter and work exactly as they should, but they are so thin they are constantly bending and warping coming in contact with my arm mounted ESC's. I've had several other props on the 5" build, and these are the only props that constantly nick at my ESC wiring. I'm sticking with a more durable prop, but these may work for you and at their price I'd give them a chance if you need a 5040 tri-prop with low spin weight.

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