These are some of the best blades out there for scale helis! I run 5 of these on my 500 AH-6 Little Bird, and they perform very well in good conditions, and certainly look the part. They are also extremely cheap, unlike most scale blades on the market. Just be aware that they do not like to fly in wind very much, best to keep flying reserved for calmer days.Amazing value for sport/scale. Disagree (respectfully!) with the above comment re unsuitability for learners: ime, they are ideal - especially for FB helis. Agreed these blades do flex a bit in flight, which seems to create a bit of a dihedral effect, actually enhancing stability.
They are cheap, pretty indestructable, look good - but ofc are definitely not suitable for 3D. 4 stars because of this last only.eccellenti perfette, hanno tutte lo stesso peso e ben bilanciateI you need blades, for your multi blade scale model, these will be a nice choice for that scale look.
I do not recommend using these for anything other than scale, not recommended for beginners, learning, sport or 3D flying!
Because these blades are flexible, you will have to get accustomed to their flight characteristics, that is less desirable than rigid carbon fiber blades.
You will feel a lag, as the blades transition from positive to negative pitch. The blades are more affected by the wind and will cause the heli to balloon up or dip depending on the direction you are encountering the wind. These characteristic become more exaggerated with a 4 and 5 blade rotor head.
Please use a flight controller, when using these blades, due to their flight characteristics, they will be much more difficult to control without a flight controller.
Absolutely fantastic for scale multiblade heads especially considering the price. I previously bought the smaller ones for a 450 scale 5 blade head and was please to see they're available in 500 size too.
I am building an AH-64 with a quad bladed head so I bought four sets, and yes as stated in other reviews these come in pairs, always good to have the option of balancing opposing bladesThese blades look very "scale" and I'm using them on my T-Rex500 AH-1 Cobra and a T-Rex500 MD500. They look fantastic and are very well made for a surprisingly low price. I have not yet flown with them yet, but I'm expecting a more sluggish feel which is what I want for scale flying. The only thing I've read about plastic blades as a negative is the amount of damage it will cause with potential boom strikes. plastic does not split or crack like carbon or fiberglass. Instead, it will tear your heli to shreds. Something to consider. Anyways, I'm using this for scale flight which is mainly what these should be purchased for. For sport flying/3D, you can buy pretty cheap fiberglass blades, so I wouldn't recommend these for 3d/Sport flying as they do seem quite flexible.Great blades for scale! I have them on two and four blade head and they preform very well. Gives a smothe progressive feel campaired to carbon. I plan to buy moore.
MikeTried these on my trex 500 worked fine for mild sport flying and aero's, if you really push em hard they flex .
Perfect for learning and cruising around , would suit scale as well.
excellent for the flight "model" ... and translation. But not for the "3D" ... too rigid. Beautiful production, balanced (83 and 83.1g). Used on HK500 to 1800 and 2000t ... Excellent for learning ... $ 3! They are very similar with the "blade model" home "heli-scale.fr" or "smartmodel.com.hk".ottimo prodotto, facile da bilanciare, differenza di peso 0,5g
great product, easy to balance, the difference in weight 0.5 g