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DJI DJI Inspire 1 4k Aerial UAV Quadcopter with Single Remote £1269.68 ebay / vodafonestore
DJI DJI Inspire 1  4k Aerial UAV Quadcopter with Single Remote  £1269.68 ebay /  vodafonestore

DJI DJI Inspire 1 4k Aerial UAV Quadcopter with Single Remote £1269.68 ebay / vodafonestore

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£730.31 off RRP. Have never seen at this price before for a high spec UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) Available from vodafone eBay store

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I would fill my pants every time 1.) the wind blew 2.) i wanted to land 3.) i got near a tree 4.) i even considered the gps would let that amount of money fly away 5.) any of my kids touched it around the house. 6.) if i was left thinking did i charge the batteries.


Heat for the deal tho. Only 1 left tho.

It was originally £2.5k so this is a steal

rich146

It was originally £2.5k so this is a steal



This was never that price RRP was only 2 grand a lot of money for a toy.

Well either way its a good price @ £1269. Selling for £1700 on average currently

Brilliant price - all gone now.

PS: The DJI Inspire is not a toy!
Edited by: "nickbooth" 3rd Nov 2016

nickbooth

Brilliant price - all gone now.PS: The DJI Inspire is not a toy!



​Nobody puts DJI Inspire in the corner.


if only I had the money

It's going to be an iconic design, there's no denying that .

polly69

This was never that price RRP was only 2 grand a lot of money for a toy.


I believe the Inspire was not marketed as a 'toy' but aimed at professionals. The British Army also doesn't use 'toys' to hit IS.

simont_space

I believe the Inspire was not marketed as a 'toy' but aimed at … I believe the Inspire was not marketed as a 'toy' but aimed at professionals. The British Army also doesn't use 'toys' to hit IS.


They don't use these either.
This is more of an enthusiastic amateur hobby bit of kit than anything remotely professional.
Edited by: "Copperface" 3rd Nov 2016

Enthusiastic amateur haha .. lol. What's that ?

Copperface

They don't use these either. This is more of an enthusiastic amateur … They don't use these either. This is more of an enthusiastic amateur hobby bit of kit than anything remotely professional.



Really?
heliguy.com/blo…aw/

simont_space

Really?https://www.heliguy.com/blog/2016/09/09/dji-inspire-1-v2-0-versus-inspire-1-pro-raw/



Yup, really:
aeryon.com/

These DJI ones are great for what they are but they have low weather tolerance, limited fly time and payload.They cannot fly in rain/stronger winds and the variety of cameras and other equipment that can be loaded.

Aeryons used by police in UK and military in Canada and US plus several other countries......there again they do come in at around £30-40K. A couple of forces did have DJI's mainly for just assessing whether a UAV would be a cost effective search option but stodd them down in favour of a more robust option.

Why are you comparing a 30-40k drone to a £2k drone !!?? Doesn't make sense.

Copperface

They don't use these either. This is more of an enthusiastic amateur … They don't use these either. This is more of an enthusiastic amateur hobby bit of kit than anything remotely professional.



rich146

Enthusiastic amateur haha .. lol. What's that ?



I'd probably class it as Prosumer.

rich146

Why are you comparing a 30-40k drone to a £2k drone !!?? Doesn't make … Why are you comparing a 30-40k drone to a £2k drone !!?? Doesn't make sense.


Absolutely.....I fully agree.
It was that several references were made to the DJI as a 'professional' piece of kit (see above: "I believe the Inspire was not marketed as a 'toy' but aimed at professionals. The British Army also doesn't use 'toys' to hit IS.")
It was to show that someone appeared to comparing one of these to a piece of military kit.
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