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The props (Blades) that come with it are great. No legitimate reason to change or use another manufacturer. There are forum members that have flown the same set for over a year hundreds of miles of flight.

DJI does have a carbon nylon prop if you need more durability. Hit trees allot.
 
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The props are part of a tuned system. Stick with DJI props.
 
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No doubt stick with OEM on the props.
 

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People sometimes crash when experimenting with 3rd party props. It's really not worth trying them since very few (none?) of them work as well as DJI props.
 
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I doubt if there is really a tech comparison with third party props is available but it's not worth trying them even if they turned out to be equally good.


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Yep, stick with the OE props. All the others that state theirs give greater lift, or more "feel" or "feedback" (how can you feel something you're not holding?) with three or even four blades is, to be frank, utter nonsense. Why people think that the manufacturer would not produce the best propulsion system for their AC confounds me....
 

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