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FPV Propellers for Drones

  • HQProp Duct T63MMX6 Hexa-Blade 2.5" Cinewhoop Prop 4 Pack - Light Gray

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    Six-bladed prop for your 2.5" Cinewhoop. These props are for those of you looking for something that's gonna add stability and smoothness to get th...

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  • HQ Prop Duct T63MMX3 Tri-Blade 2.5" Cinewhoop Prop 4 Pack - Light Gray

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    If the multi-blade cinewhoop props aren't your style, HQ Prop has you covered with these light pitched ducted tri-blade props.   Check out all o...

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  • HQ Prop T63MMX8 Octo-Blade 2.5" T-Mount Prop 4 Pack - Gray

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    Eight-bladed prop for your 2.5" Cinewhoop. The perfect prop for those that need added thrust and stability on smaller builds. Check out the rest of...

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  • HQ Prop T65MMX3 Tri-Blade 2.5" Prop 4 Pack

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    HQProp's next 65mm offering is another 1.5" pitched prop, but thankfully this one's a tri-blade option! We carry the HQ T65 Bi-Blade as well. Check...

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Drone props allow your quad to actually take flight. This means that keeping good props on hand is the best way to get more airtime. Drone propellers have a lot of different properties to adjust how they make you fly. The pitch will make the blades have a sharper angle, which will add more thrust, but also drain more battery. The Blade length has a similar effect. Blade shape and width can also affect these things, but it is much harder to see the differences without flying them yourselves. It is best to buy 5 sets of props if trying out a new style so that you can fully get their experience and see if you like them.