I have tried many many props including the stock Quad-Blade EACHINE E010, JJRC H36, Furibee F36 props, the Bi-Blade prop MOD, the RakonHeli Tri-Blade props, the RakonHeli Quad-Blade props, HobbyMate Quad-Blade props, RJXHobby Tri-Blade props, King Kong Tri-Blade props, and a few others.
The RakonHeli props (Tri-Blade and Quad-Blade props) both fly great but I can't recommend them as the .8mm hole for the motor shafts ALWAYS enlarges after removing them a few times. This issue seems to be more prone to occur with the Tri-Blades. I always use a prop removal tool too. Because of this they don't fit snuggly onto the motor shafts and become unusable. If they weren't $8 for a set of 4 (on Amazon w/ shipping) this wouldn't bother me but at this price.....not recommended. Out of all the different props I have tried, these are the only ones I have had become too lose to be able to use and some of the props I have have been put on and removed 100+ times.
Out of all the props I have tried, the ones I use and recommend are....
The RJXHobby and the King Kong Tri-Blades are exactly the same. I think RJXHobby just re-read them as their own. They are identical, they weigh the same, and are even sold in the same 4 colors. From my experience and testing these are the Tri-Blades that I recommend and love. These have a slightly more streamlined blade profile, are stiffer, and have a slightly more agressive pitch when compared to other Tri-Blade props I have used. These are definitely my favorite Tri-Blade props.
The HobbyMate props are my recommended Quad-Blade props for pretty much the same reasons as text King Kong Tri-Blade props. They have a slightly different, more streamlined blade profile, more aggressive pitch, and have a little more stiffness especially when compared with the stock E010 props.