- 3” twin blade prop
- 2mm press fit and T mount
- Will fit 1.5mm shafts with T mount
- Very low load
- 1204 or 1303
- Will work okay on 1103
- ~4500-5000kv 3S or ~7200-8000kv 2S
- On a powerful motor and 3S 5000kv, the prop will flitter a little at the top RPM
- AUW under 120g highly recommended
Gemfan really stepped up with this TP3 specific design and executed the spec fantastically well.
At just ~0.75g with a very gentle pitch, this prop is designed to have very high response and operate at higher RPM’s. As a result, low speed flight performance is a little slippery compared to a triblade however with a bit more RPM on a low weight setup, this prop performs fantastic and is amazingly efficient too. Durability will vary based on AUW. At ~100g AUW, it has very high durability but add an extra 50g to the AUW and you’ll start bending the blade in hits.
The general Toothpick setup is intended to be low weight with small motors. This prop specifically designed for this application is intended for an AUW of under 120g. It is NOT designed for a 300g 3”. It will NOT perform well with such a setup. The thin and very low pitch blade will not hold up to high weight stress. It will suffer to generate the necessary thrust to perform well and will especially suffer when trying to change directions.
These seem consistently balanced and give smooth and efficient flights. If you are used to tri-blades like myself you might find them lacking a bit of grip in the corners but I would say a VERY good bi-blade.
good products thanks!
Simply amazing performance and durable will buy again
Very durable on the TP3, still flying the first set after 50 + packs and plenty of crashes. Certainly helps that the TP3 is only 105 grams w/battery! Happy flying!
At first you will probably hate it... esp. if you are not used to flying micros but give it some time. It requires A LOT of throttle ALL of the time but you should still get great flight times, and have cool motors and batteries when you land. ( assuming Rcinpower 1204 or Amax 1303) They are also very grippy for a biblade once you get them spun up to the proper RPM range. Biblades are generally more likely to have balance issues but not these. I have never had a set that caused jello in my flight cam straight out of the bag. Push on mounting is great too once you see you can trust it. Just be careful you don't damage a motor removing them.( ask me how I know)