Review: Radiomaster “Sticky360” Stickends – Improve Your Grip and Control

by Oscar
Radiomaster Sticky360 Stickends Close Up

In this review, we’ll be taking a closer look at Radiomaster’s new Sticky360 stick ends designed for radios gimbals with M3 and M4 threads. These are probably one of the cheapest worth having upgrade to your radio. They are great for both thumbers and pinchers.

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Where to Buy?

Almost all radio gimbal sticks have either M3 or M4 threads, so make sure to check before making the purchase.
For example, the Radiomaster TX16S has M4 threads while the Zorro has M3 threads.

M3 Version (for Zorro and TX12):

Radiomaster Zorro Ag01 Mini Gimbals Install Sticky Stickends

M4 Version (for TX16S):

Radiomaster Sticky360 Stickends

There are 7 colors available: Red, Black, Silver, Gold, Purple, Blue and Green. When you get the AG01 Mini gimbals, they already comes with silver sticky360 stick ends.

Radiomaster Sticky360 Stickends M3 M4 Purple Black Gold Colors

What’s Special about Sticky360 Stick Ends?

The original stick ends on the Zorro and TX16S radio have a vertical grip design with a little crown on top, while the Sticky360 stick ends have a spiky design all around, offering a lot more grip. After fitting the new stick ends, it’s clear that the Sticky360 design provides a more substantial and grippy feel, improving the overall experience for pilots.

The Sticky360 provides a much more solid grip than the stock stick ends on both Zorro and TX16S. The spikes on top aren’t as sharp as the ones that come with the AG01 gimbals – they are so sharp sometimes could leave marks on your thumb after a long day of flying.

The Sticky360 stick end is basically a cylinder, it’s got medium size spikes on top for your thumb and small size spikes on the sides for your index finger. As a hybrid pinchers myself, I absolutely love them. I think they are suitable for both thumbers and pinchers too. The shape of the Sticky360 stick ends reminds me of the Five33 Rip Sticks (MCK), which has been popular among FPV pilots.

Radiomaster Sticky360 Stickends Close Up

Installing the Sticky360 stick ends is a simple process of twisting and turning the original stick ends to remove them and replacing them with the new ones. The improved grip from the Sticky360 stick ends enhances control, making it easier for pilots to maintain their desired stick position during flight.


The Radiomaster Sticky360 stick ends are available for just under $15. You can order them through Radiomaster’s website, your preferred retailer, or use the affiliate links here to support the blog.

M3 Version (for Zorro and TX12):

M4 Version (for TX16S):

There’s no other way to tell other than giving it a try. Time yourself on your favourite track in an FPV simulator and see if you can beat your best time within a few tries, and you will know if they work for you.

If you’re looking to improve the grip and control on your Radiomaster Zorro or T16 radio, the Sticky360 stick ends are a worthy investment. They provide a more substantial feel and improved grip, enhancing the overall flying experience for FPV pilots.

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Will 22nd April 2022 - 5:26 pm

Links are all bad as of 4/22/2022

Oscar 22nd April 2022 - 8:42 pm

just not in stock yet. But they are available on Radiomaster’s shop.