Any idea what pitch the CF props are? The stock props we have now are also 9". I think I'll just stay with these as I haven't had any problem lifting off or staying airborne with them. And they are also very quiet!Is anyone considering 60 dollars worth of blades for the H
Maytech Carbon Propeller 9inch for YUNEEC TYPHOON H | MIC HOBBY ONLINE STORE
And a plastic baseball bat over the head hurts the same as a wooden one! I'll argue this one with you my friend!if these are of good quality then you would never use the plastic again for the price difference.
carbon blades are normally lighter, better airfoil (longer flight time if so) and trust me, they will still break in a bump. if anything carbon is more fragile in a way as stones may write them off, normally plastic would survive.
as for cutting meat, they will be not much different to the plastic ones in this respect so the safety issue is pretty much no different. if you hit someone with plastic or carbon it will still do similar damage so best avoid as best possible, i.e fly in safe places.