Torqeedo Replacement Propellers
Torqeedo Torqeedo propeller for all electric outboard engines and trolling motors
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Torqeedo Replacement Propellers

Replacement propellers for Torqeedo-made electric outboard motors. Developed specifically for the unique torque characteristics and performance range of the Torqeedo electric outboard motors. Torqeedo propellers are made from high-impact resistant, glass-fiber reinforced PBT (Polybutylene terephthalate), and come complete with nuts, disc springs and cylinder pin. Factory Warranty: 2 years limited.

Propeller Type: Variable-Pitch-Variable-Camber (VPVC) propeller.

$97.99 / ea
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Please note: All Torqeedo sales are final, unless the product is damaged and eligible for return under Torqeedo's Limited Warranty Policy.
Item Number  Description  Motor Compatibility 
TOR-1901  Replacement Propeller for Travel, BaseTravel, Cruise  Travel 401 S/L, Travel 801 S/L, BaseTravel 401 S/L, BaseTravel 801 S/L, Cruise 2.0 S/L, Travel 503 
TOR-1912  Replacement Propeller for Ultralight Kayak  Ultralight Kayak 402 
TOR-1915  Replacement Propeller for Cruise R Models  Cruise 2.0 R, Cruise 4.0 R 
TOR-1916  Spare Propeller v19/p4000  For Cruise R models & Cruise tiller models with serial nos >5000 (Available March 2011) 
TOR-1923  Spare Propeller v30/p4000  For Cruise R models & Cruise tiller models with serial nos >5000 & Twin Cruise 4.0 installations 
TOR-1917  Spare propeller v9/p790  For Travel 1003 models 
BRAND: Torqeedo
Type: Propellers
3.8 4

"Not durable enough" is an understatement


If you have a cruise motor, unfortunately you should probably also have one of these on your boat. I did not and when I had a prop strike on a submerged rock I was stranded. The motor shut off (as it was supposed to) with the E45 code. After resetting it, I applied a bit of throttle, heard the motor whir, but got no propulsion. Further investigation revealed that the entire prop had shattered and there was not even the smallest bit of orange plastic left on the bare shaft. It also does not float. This brittle plastic prop (and the corresponding brittle plastic skeg) is one more major weakness of the cruise and other torqeedo motors. I now keep a spare of each on board (the skeg is about 35 bucks and is so fragile that it cant possibly provide adequate protection to the motor). If there was a metal version of either, i would gladly buy that instead. My overall experience with two torqeedos (1003L and Cruise 2.0) is that any failure, no matter how seemingly insignificant, is catastrophic; there's no fixing it on the water, you are stranded. With a gas & metal motor you can usually figure out a way to diagnose and fix most issues on the spot or at least with a visit from a mechanic. With the torqeedo, it's a mysterious black box that puts its own safety above that of the user. I no longer recommend them to anyone.


kinnelon, nj


perfect upgrade


This prop cut my power consumption by a third and is much faster. I have a displacement hull so it didn't give me any more top speed but I can get hull speed at a lower power draw so it did effectively extend my range which I needed. This prop on my cruise 4 would easily power a small skiff or rowboat on plane.


adirondacks, ny


Easy to install with metric sockets


The replacement propeller was easy to install. Owners might want to think about replacing sealing washers if used heavily in salt water. Mine were very corroded when I replaced the broken propeller. Had the propeller not broken I would have never notices until they stopped sealing. These are special washers I assume available from Torqeedo, although they are not listed as separate parts.


Portland, Oregon

propeller is too delicate


The electric motor is light and fast but the propeller is soft and damages very easy almost just touching it.I use it on my sailboat to get in and out of my canal


Key West


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