The Nepal N1 is intended to be a cinematic/freestyle prop. It boasts features such as a low 3.78g weight, low pitch, high response and somewhat smoother control. The blade shape looks somewhat similar to the Johnny prop which has a very unique control smoothing effect. We can’t confirm if this smoothing is as a result of the blade shape since Azure has made props like this before that weren’t so impressive, but we can confirm that the Nepal N1 has a similar albeit not as strong of a smoothing effect.
There are a number of props in the same category as this prop and all of them are really fantastic. Gemfan 51433, Nazgul 5140, DAL Nepal N1, HQ S3, 4, and 5. Of these, the 51433, Nepal N1, S4 and S5 are extremely similar with the Nepal and Gemfan being a little more efficient overall. The flight feel between them all is very close and you will need to try them to decide which you prefer.
- Supposed to have a pitch of 4.35"
- Made from Polycarbonate
- 6mm hub thickness
- 5” quad
- 2306 motor in 1750-1900kv
- 6S for power
- 4S for cinematic and smooth flying with high control and precision
- AUW 540-670g range recommended
Easy smooth to fly with but not durable at all for me
Works well for getting smooth footage
Good props but need a strong hand on the throttle. Less grip than I like but very smooth. Just know what you’re getting into.
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The Nepal N1 prop is the best looking prop I’ve ever seen! The crystal smoked grey is awesome, as well as, the over-all design of the prop itself. The 5.1 diameter with a 4.35 pitch is a nice combination. This prop fits right in with my other top three props; the Nazgul 5140, Headsup R38, and Ethix S4.