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DJI P2 Fake Props.....

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by glataif, Aug 22, 2015.

  1. glataif

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    Hello,
    I just ordered a pair of DJI P2 Props off Amazon. http://www.amazon.com/Genuine-DJI-P...LRKO/ref=aag_m_pw_dp?ie=UTF8&m=A3N5WK4VGN99O5

    Model 9443 my previous pair of props were model 9450. Am I making a mistake because model 9443 feels way lighter and flimsier than model 9450, but they do have the DJI logo on them......Just weighed them and they are both exactly 12 grams but I am still unsure. Is there anyway I can tell whats real from fake?
     
  2. robsquad

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    did you read the reviews before purchase ?
     
  3. glataif

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    no........
     
  4. 750r

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    The only difference is the pitch the 9450's have little more lift . I run the 9443's most of the time and when I want little better vids I use the 9450's . DJI brand
     
  5. cheebs

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    Wow... a full 25% 1-star reviews. Even if they were original 9443s, you will feel a decrease in performance (but perhaps a small increase in flight time) compared to the 9450s.
     
  6. glataif

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    But you don't think I will crash using the 9443s?
     
  7. 750r

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    Lol no that's on you :D
     
  8. cheebs

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    If they are balanced and fit properly, there's no reason to crash, unless one breaks apart mid-flight (not uncommon).
     
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    Alright thank you