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The study analyzes the elastic properties of chiral metallic nanotubes formed by rolling up thin crystal plates with the  and  orientations within two frameworks of anisotropic elasticity and molecular statics. Iron, copper and aluminum nanotubes are discussed. It is shown that the tubes have a positive Poisson's ratio in the entire range of chiral angles, unlike nanotubes obtained by rolling up crystal plates with the  orientation. The Poynting factor of nanotubes rolled up fromdoi:10.24412/1683-805x-2021-1-37-49 fatcat:wixz35edg5cnplzfpoisudovoy