By the end of 2018, it is expected that the consumer drone market will grow to over $1 billion in sales. That number is not really a surprise since from farming to photography, the use of drones permeates a massive variety of industries. Not to mention, they are a great time to fly.
Whether you need to replace your propellers because they are damaged, or you’re just ready for an upgrade, the right propellers can enhance your drone game. From propellers to drone motor Xoar has the innovation to take your drone higher. You should replace your propellers with new (more enhanced) props if:
Not only can having damaged props make flying noisier, but it can also increase the vibrations, which in turn can shorten the life of motor bearings due to a lack of balance. So, if you see any cracks, nicks, or deformations, it is time to replace your propellers. Never fly your drone if there are chunks or tips missing from your props.
You want it quieter
This can be particularly important if you fly in largely populated areas, as you’ll annoy fewer people with a quieter drone. The talented fellas over at Drone Gear reviewed Xoar’s beechwood drone propellers and found them to be almost 10 decibels quieter than their counterparts.
You need more agility
Updating your propellers can provide you with increased agility, if you upgrade to a stiffer material, your drone will be more responsive without added drift.
You fly in high altitude
If you want to take your drone to new heights, you should invest in stiffer propellers. The higher the altitude, the thinner the air, which means that to perform at the same ability as sea level, the thrust from the props must increase while in higher elevation. As such, performance degrades at approximately 3% per 1000 feet as you climb in altitude. Your drone has to work harder the higher it flies.
You want that new drone feeling again
Replacing your propellers can make it fly like it’s new again. If you’re upgrading from standard props to a more agile performance-based prop, you’ll see a drastic difference in performance.
Xoar has been helping hobbyists fly better for over 40 years. Their dedication to innovation and technology allow them to offer high-quality products that out-perform their competitors. Xoar specializes in designing and manufacturing Aerial Propellers for Industrial UAVs, Mid-Large Size UAV, Civil Aviation, Ultralight Aircraft, LSA, Commercial applications, and RC Airplane market. Crafted from quality materials, A finished Xoar prop offers a reduced noise level, increased agility, low air friction, and accurate performance in the air
Go higher with Xoar at www.xoarintl.com