You asked and we listened, introducing the 40mm AZI props! NewBeeDrone is dedicated to make the best FPV drone products in the industry. Our flagship propellers - the Azi Props started as a NewBeeLabs project that successfully turned into production for consumers. Over the span of over 9 months, we have worked intensively with our NewBeeLabs partner to make the most well rounded micro propellers to improve flight time, speed, and control. After dozens of iteration and months of testing, we were able to design these light weight propellers that are perfect for both freestyle and racing.

Without any compromise at top-end, bottom-end, or efficiency, we believe our Azi propellers will become the new industry standard.

Some notable characteristics of the Azi props include:

  • Linear feel for accurate throttle control
  • Faster spool up times giving you more "pop"
  • Grip in the corners to find and hold the best line possible
  • Higher top end speed to kill the straights
  • Bottom end grunt to give you that recovery you crave
  • Efficient without having to sacrifice bottom end grunt or top end speed (read magic)

These motors have a 1mm shaft size and are 40mm large. 

They will fit all of the standard 75mm Whoop frames. 

The weight on a set of 4 props is 1.15g

Customer Reviews

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joe
Favorite props

These fast became my favorite props. Whoop feels very locked in with these and nice throttle resolution.

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Alexander Cormia
Love these tri blades

I really like both the 31mm and these 40mm Azi tri blades. The 40mm make a great pair for the mosquito frame and of course the 75mm cockroach frame. Good flexibility and can be bent back into shape if bent in a crash! Good balance between efficiency and thrust.

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Jonas Merrell
Great power

These props have good power and handle well.

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Eric
Nice 40mm option

They are aggressive, grippy and hungry. Lose some flight time over a bi-blade, but they grip much better.

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Editguy
Great props!

Love these on the 0703 motors I have running on an Armattan Odonata frame!