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New quick release prop guards for Phantom 1, 2 or 3

November 14, 2015

New product from the guys at http://bit.ly/bestemusa these are jumbo size quick release prop guards that will cater for larger props and also added protection for those flying indoors or where guards are a requirement. As usual with Bestem, high quality materials and finish, but just be careful if you fly with these (or any prop guards) in windy conditions…

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