Inspire 2 Carbon Fiber Folding Propellers Now Available at HeliEngadin

What is it with DJI and bad propeller design? Since the Inspire 1, DJI owners have had issues with badly designed propellers that detach on their own so much so that third party brands have had to come up with better solutions to cater to the demand for better props.

Even with the release of the new Inspire 2, DJI seems to be repeating the same design flaws again with their props which is why alternative propeller kits for the latest Inspire 2 have piqued the interest of many owners. One such brand is the Koptermax folding carbon fiber props. The first version of Koptermax props for the Inspire 1 sold quite well at HeliEngardin and it is by popular demand that the online store is now selling a similar version of these props for the new Inspire 2.

Priced at 199 Euros, these folding CF props ensure worry-free flights for Inspire 2 owners. The original props with their quick-release feature may seem convenient at first until you realize the quality is poor which negates whatever convenience you get from the QR mechanism. Removing all four propellers every time you need to transport your drone is not exactly anyone’s idea of convenience. And since the Inspire 2 is quite a large consumer drone, transporting it with all four props still attached can be a hassle.

With Koptermax props, all you need to do is just fold them in and your Inspire 2 is ready for transport or storage. No unnecessary removal of the props are required. The Inspire 2 will even fit into its original case (with a few modifications done to it). All props are made from aerospace-grade 7075 aluminum and machined by 5-axes Hermle CNC milling machines with aerospace-grade tolerances for top-notch Swiss quality and reliability.

Click here for more details on the Koptermax folding CF props for the Inspire 2.

Adrin Sham

Adrin Sham is a designer and photographer turned drone enthusiast. Since buying a drone for aerial photography some years ago, he has since developed a passion for UAVs and all things related.

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