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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by phantomi, Sep 4, 2014.
Why DJI includes this unnecessary tool with every phantom?
And why do you think its not necessary ?
I usually need it to get my props loose after hours of running.
I always remove them by holding the motor with no problem. They are never so tight so to need the tool.
How often do you take them off? I removed one that had about 40 flights on it as it appeared to have a split starting and I tried it by grabbing the motor and it would not budge so had to use the tool.
But my props never come off unless they need replaced.
That's it. I remove them after each flight because I store the bird in a case that don't accommodate the props. So will maintain it handy now that know may need it.
That probably makes a difference. I fly from our acreage and make many flights without removing them. Some of my flights are reaching 4 miles each too.
So they probably get vibrated tight
Us oldtimers, you know, have arthritis and stuff... so the tool, while probably not absolutely necessary, does make it a far more enjoyable experience.
Maybe will need it as soon as get more batteries.
That's true. No one know that some day the bare hands won't suffice.
Bump into something and you may discover the prop(s) get very tight. But then, it is best not to bump into anything.
Well than don't use it and throw it in the scrap metal bin.
He did when he posted that back over a year ago
Why does Apple include stickers in every one of their boxes? Man... I hate free stuff.
I use my wrench every time. If you don't throw it in the box and forget about it.
Speaking of stickers, DJI includes lots of colored stickers these days... used to be just red & blue.
PS - way to bring back a thread from the dead!
Ha... I didn't notice how old the first post was.... holy cow...
We have another necromancer in the mist
Ya didn't get me this time Noodle with necromancer . I goggled it last time ya used it