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Props Where to buy UK shop

Started by Toolman, Monday,July 16, 2012, 15:36:10

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Toolman

Could anyone recommend an online shop (UK) that sells multirotor props 10-3.8 or 10-4.5 in flouro colours clockwise & anticlockwise types.
Thanks

Tim.

MadMax


Toolman

Thanks I have seen the ones on the uavshop, but I put off by some of them being carbon filled & some glass filled. Don't want to mix the types. They do have Green & orange, not my first choice of colours but might work well!

Tim.

teslahed

I would be interested to hear about the relative performance of glass vs carbon props from anyone who's flown with both.

My current quad is flying with 8 inch cheap plastic props - i might have to get some better quality ones once I've got everything else working right.

I'm also interested to try out the RCTimer carbon fibre props;

http://www.rctimer.com/index.php?gOo=goods_details.dwt&goodsid=768&productname=

No idea if they are any good or not though.
One circlip short of a quadcopter.
 1 lobe short of an antenna.

Gaza07

I get my plastic props from Rctimer they do a bulk pack 12 x pairs at a good price  ~~
Ive never tried the more expensive carbon props not sure I will  :-/

Toolman

In the I have ordered from a online shop called Unmannedtechshop as they have lots of colours of 8" & 10" props in stock.

www.unmannedtechshop.co.uk

Not tried them before, will post update if service is good!

Tim.

Gaza07

Thanks for the link Toolman, although I had already added them to the links section here http://www.multi-rotor.co.uk/index.php?action=links;cat=4 I hadnt checked if they were good for props or not  :embarrassed

Toolman

I hadn't noticed the links section, Have to say this is a nicely set up forum.

Found my order from Unmannedtechshop was had arrived this morning (at work front desk) so that's next day delivery.
My order was correct, so I would definitely recommend them.

Tim.

Gaza07

Glad to hear your order turned up and was correct, I think you can rate a retailer in the links section its worth using when the retailer gives such a good service  ~~

shyfx003

I get most of mine from www.electricwingman.co.uk..Has a good range of props for multi's including Graupners which is all i will put on mine now..
Shipping is fast,i do opt for a text message saying they have been dispatched.