DJI Mavic Pro 4K Drone - £699.95 @ GAME (Sold and Fulfilled by Buyur)
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DJI Mavic Pro 4K Drone - £699.95 @ GAME (Sold and Fulfilled by Buyur)

£699.95£89922%GAME Deals
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Found 22nd Feb
Browsing prices for a new drone and came across this deal - this is 899 from jessops and has pretty legit specs.

Record in a different way

The DJI Mavic Pro lets you record your photos and videos to a Class 10 or UHS-1 microSD card up to 64GB (16GB included). With multiple modes available, you can choose the ideal mode for every flight. 'TapFly' lets you tap an area on your connected smartphone's screen in the DJI GO 4 app and the drone will fly there on its own. 'ActiveTrack' lets you pick an object and the drone will keep that object as a focus while you concentrate on flying. There are also trace, spotlight and profile options to help you get professional looking video effortlessly.

  • Maximum speed 40 metres per second.
  • Maximum flying height 5000 metres.
  • 75 minutes charging time for 27 minutes flying time.
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
  • Controlled using remote.
  • Wi-Fi enabled.
  • Built in camera 12.35MP and 4K UHD video.
  • Batteries required: 1 x Li-Ion (included) plus (included).
  • For ages 18 years and over.
  • This item is not a toy.
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Pre-owned isn't It? And may not come with all accessories
steviedude1001 m ago

Pre-owned isn't It? And may not come with all accessories


No that’s on every listing. This is new from a 3rd party.
steviedude1004 m ago

Pre-owned isn't It? And may not come with all accessories







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It does state New when you view the 3rd party seller
Listed at the same price on the 'Buyur' website. Great price if legit!
Voted hot on price. But sometimes cheap prices can mean grey imports. If it's got UK warranty then currently best price out there for bnib
Wirralbargains775 m ago

Voted hot on price. But sometimes cheap prices can mean grey imports. If …Voted hot on price. But sometimes cheap prices can mean grey imports. If it's got UK warranty then currently best price out there for bnib


I completely agree. I have no idea who `buyur` is and apparently they dont' have amazing reviews. On Amazon the Mavic (without accessories) was down to a bit over 850 pounds. I would pay 150 pounds for the security of knowing who I order from, and the quality of the product I am getting
fran1o8646 m ago

I completely agree. I have no idea who `buyur` is and apparently they …I completely agree. I have no idea who `buyur` is and apparently they dont' have amazing reviews. On Amazon the Mavic (without accessories) was down to a bit over 850 pounds. I would pay 150 pounds for the security of knowing who I order from, and the quality of the product I am getting


It's £750 on Amazon at the mo
I would go for the £150 cheaper version as you will have to void the warranty to open it up and stick in a micro sd card in so you can get the full FCC range of over 4 miles and no restrictions on height or no fly zones.
fran1o864 h, 52 m ago

I completely agree. I have no idea who `buyur` is and apparently they …I completely agree. I have no idea who `buyur` is and apparently they dont' have amazing reviews. On Amazon the Mavic (without accessories) was down to a bit over 850 pounds. I would pay 150 pounds for the security of knowing who I order from, and the quality of the product I am getting


I Found some mixed reviews of them on tinterweb so was also a bit put off but they have 96% from over 4,200 reviews on Amazon market place. Looks like it’s a bit of a toss of a coin as £150 less than the next best price, which has also been cut, is a bit much to dismiss out of hand. Can’t find anything to indicate this would be a grey import. Trading through Amazon, a “reputable” company, game and their own website from a Shropshire address looks like a legit British business, IMO.
bought this yesterday off amazon (prime) for £699, keeps on popping up at that price infrequently
mastablasta22nd Feb

I would go for the £150 cheaper version as you will have to void the …I would go for the £150 cheaper version as you will have to void the warranty to open it up and stick in a micro sd card in so you can get the full FCC range of over 4 miles and no restrictions on height or no fly zones.


And if you do that then you would be breaking UK laws. If you fly in the UK you have to be able to maintain unaided visual contact with it at all time, which for most people means a 500m or so limit on how far away you can fly from where you are standing.

Yes the chances of being caught are pretty small, but its people that are already breaking the laws flying drones thats getting them the bad publicity we see from time to time and could lead to further restrictions and laws.
gavin12 h, 5 m ago

And if you do that then you would be breaking UK laws. If you fly in the …And if you do that then you would be breaking UK laws. If you fly in the UK you have to be able to maintain unaided visual contact with it at all time, which for most people means a 500m or so limit on how far away you can fly from where you are standing.Yes the chances of being caught are pretty small, but its people that are already breaking the laws flying drones thats getting them the bad publicity we see from time to time and could lead to further restrictions and laws.


Agreed. Sold mine because it’s only a matter of time before they are banned. Some halfwit will cause a horrible accident some how and that will be it! Hope I’m wrong!
macbook2015pro25th Feb

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/buyur.co.ukVery bad reviews...


Toby deals was the same. Even worse for reviews but but my japsnese note 8 is holding up fine
Can't fault them. Ordered this Wednesday morning, got a follow up call to check I was legit, arrived Thursday morning with expedited delivery. Bargain at £699.
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