Yep that's what you're after. That's a Ron Hill prop, cheaper than a genuine mercury or yamaha prop. They're a bit of a gamble as I've said. I'd go for it, try it out, if it vibrates a lot or doesn't perform like you want it to send it to a prop tuning company.
I'd get it scanned, see what the true pitch is and have it balanced so all the blades are equal. If it's slipping you can add some cup.
Once they're tuned they are very good props. Saying that you might get lucky and get one that's good straight from the box. Either way I would get it tuned, they still represent good value for money.