GemFan Moonlight 51466 Tri-Blade LED Propellers V2
GemFan Moonlight 51466 Tri-Blade LED Propellers V2
GemFan Moonlight 51466 Tri-Blade LED Propellers V2
GemFan Moonlight 51466 Tri-Blade LED Propellers V2
GemFan Moonlight 51466 Tri-Blade LED Propellers V2
GemFan Moonlight 51466 Tri-Blade LED Propellers V2
GemFan Moonlight 51466 Tri-Blade LED Propellers V2
GemFan Moonlight 51466 Tri-Blade LED Propellers V2
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GemFan Moonlight 51466 Tri-Blade LED Propellers V2

HP-GFM51466TW
Light up the night with these LED props!
$5.99

These 5" light-up Gemfan Moonlight LED 51466 Propellers will bring your FPV experience to a whole new level! Perfect for racing and freestyle drones and for those pilots who enjoy flying at night! Never lose sight of your quad with the Moonlight LED props!

 

Note: Batteries are NOT included in the package, must be bought separately. Each prop requires 2 batteries. Recommended batteries for the 51466 LED Prop: LR521, LR69, AG0, 379, or SR521 batteries.

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Length 5.1"
Pitch 4.66
3.79g per prop (without battery)

Customer Reviews

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Too fragile! But these mf r the shit!

Man I give 8 out of 10. Ur spot on . Only thing is u can't make a mistake or else u thru. My only complaint otherwise this shit's bad. As in Good .

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P.D.
moonlight v2

feel good like a regular prop I manly got them for night flights to kinda take people on a Los ridealong as i fly (fpv) I'm looking for how far the tech can go with this though over the up coming years maybe they can get to where the power can come for the motors or something of the sort an power when armed

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
50%
(1)
50%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
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l
l.t.
Too fragile! But these mf r the shit!

Man I give 8 out of 10. Ur spot on . Only thing is u can't make a mistake or else u thru. My only complaint otherwise this shit's bad. As in Good .

P
P.D.
moonlight v2

feel good like a regular prop I manly got them for night flights to kinda take people on a Los ridealong as i fly (fpv) I'm looking for how far the tech can go with this though over the up coming years maybe they can get to where the power can come for the motors or something of the sort an power when armed

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