DJI Mavic Pro Drone - Grey £985 @ Amazon
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DJI Mavic Pro Drone - Grey £985 @ Amazon

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Found 5th Jun 2017
Has never been this low from any retailer.

Probably gonna get a few people that vote cold because it's still nearly a grand, but it's a great price for this!

This is over £100 cheaper than you'll usually find it.
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nice2bnice

My husband got this for his birthday (I know I know) but it's a fab drone … My husband got this for his birthday (I know I know) but it's a fab drone and it was £1085 from Mapin so this is great price just wish we'd seen this deal!! Hot from me


For his birthday? Do you want to marry me!
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Can be had for under £930 on Ebay, brand new.
Fo3

Can be had for under £930 on Ebay, brand new.



You have to buy from an authorised DJI reseller for the warranty to be useful..

forum.dji.com/thr…tml
My husband got this for his birthday (I know I know) but it's a fab drone and it was £1085 from Mapin so this is great price just wish we'd seen this deal!! Hot from me
nice2bnice

My husband got this for his birthday (I know I know) but it's a fab drone … My husband got this for his birthday (I know I know) but it's a fab drone and it was £1085 from Mapin so this is great price just wish we'd seen this deal!! Hot from me


For his birthday? Do you want to marry me!
Super hot for the best toy you can get! Just have a look! youtu.be/V39…iQQ
this went from +28 to -19 in 2 mins.. vote manipulation much??
cheap if you ask me.
Well done OP brilliant price!
I like drones, but the industry is without doubt now in decline, the bubble has burst and now with technology being rolled out in cities and in areas in importance to prevent drones from flying, it will return to what it once was... an expensive hobby for enthusiasts...

Cheap throw away drones will still be ok, but these expensive GPS drones are in trouble, unless you like taking pictures of lakes of course...Just my opinion BTW, but one look at the moaning on DJ forum about areas employing the GPS blocking

Edited by: "Aeschylus" 5th Jun 2017
adam_holcombe

this went from +28 to -19 in 2 mins.. vote manipulation much??



​yeah massive conspiracy against you.
Today flash sale, only £819.99 at tomtop tomtop.com/dji…=AW the only down side is the two week delivery.
I'm very concerned that demonstrably paranoid people could be flying these potentially-dangerous devices. I feel it's my duty as a citizen to point and laugh and to vote cold on this to dissuade the OP from getting one.
Great price. Been keeping my eye on the mavic prices now I've sold my Phantom 4. The question is do I get it for £985 from Amazon or get John Lewis to price match Argos at £1018 and get a 2 year warranty.
kentyboy4 m ago

Great price. Been keeping my eye on the mavic prices now I've sold my …Great price. Been keeping my eye on the mavic prices now I've sold my Phantom 4. The question is do I get it for £985 from Amazon or get John Lewis to price match Argos at £1018 and get a 2 year warranty.


buy the amazon one, and get the DJI Refresh.. store.dji.com/pro…pro


Gives you 2 replacements a year if you f*ck it up
kentyboy

Great price. Been keeping my eye on the mavic prices now I've sold my … Great price. Been keeping my eye on the mavic prices now I've sold my Phantom 4. The question is do I get it for £985 from Amazon or get John Lewis to price match Argos at £1018 and get a 2 year warranty.



​Be interesting to know, how the 2 year guarantee works with these drones, seeing as they have to go back to Dji to inspect and closest centre is Netherlands.
For those with a NUS card these can be had from Apple store for £980.40 with Free delivery.
Edited by: "Bepto" 5th Jun 2017
Aeschylus

I like drones, but the industry is without doubt now in decline, the … I like drones, but the industry is without doubt now in decline, the bubble has burst and now with technology being rolled out in cities and in areas in importance to prevent drones from flying, it will return to what it once was... an expensive hobby for enthusiasts...


It is a shame (for sensible users) but I have to agree soon the restrictions will be so great it won't be worth owning one. I also suspect the price is dropping as DJI now have the Spark, which is more usable for the average user.
I'm sure anyone blowing a grand on a personal drone is fully aware that BVR flight is unlawful in the UK.

caa.co.uk/Con…es/
I would like a play with one
In Costco with 3 batteries, carry bag, car charger and other stuff

£1269.99 delivered
Costco Link

Edited by: "admirable" 5th Jun 2017
TehJumpingJawa

I'm sure anyone blowing a grand on a personal drone is fully aware that … I'm sure anyone blowing a grand on a personal drone is fully aware that BVR flight is unlawful in the UK.http://www.caa.co.uk/Consumers/Model-aircraft-and-drones/Flying-drones/



So if you think they are fully aware then why are you posting a link ?
Biggunspaul

So if you think they are fully aware then why are you posting a link ?



For the other 99.99999% of the population not buying one.
adam_holcombe

this went from +28 to -19 in 2 mins.. vote manipulation much??



​while you were on the page 15, 20 or more people might have voted, suddenly your page refreshes and it jumps up or down wildly, that's Hot UK deals. People grumble that they vote hot and the number goes down, same thing, while you were voting hot vote the page refreshes and your​ hot vote gets cancelled​ out by 5 cold votes.
get a Spark.
TehJumpingJawa

For the other 99.99999% of the population not buying one.



So you are posting a link to drone information for people who don't want to buy a drone,yes that makes perfect sense,NOT !

ssc1

get a Spark.



I would have purchased a spark myself but IMO i think they've priced it a little too high.Around £400 with a controller would have been about right,but the £520 without a controller is a bit steep IMO,as add the controller and you are looking at close to £700,and I don't think it will be very nice to fly using a phone as I've had drones like that in the past and it just doesn't feel right compared to physical joysticks.

Down to £950 now
They're only £780 from TechintheBasket
TehJumpingJawa

I'm sure anyone blowing a grand on a personal drone is fully aware that … I'm sure anyone blowing a grand on a personal drone is fully aware that BVR flight is unlawful in the UK.http://www.caa.co.uk/Consumers/Model-aircraft-and-drones/Flying-drones/



What has the cost of a drone got to do with be a person being aware of the UK CAA regulations? Fool.

The Mavic was designed as an aerial photography platform. I paid £820 for mine a few months ago from DJI flagship store in HK and very impressed with it

Agree - DJI are one of the drone manufacturers who use no-fly-zone + your gps to stop people flying near specific areas. dji.com/fly…fly - In the UK this is pretty much limited to restrictions on prisons, football stadiums and airports. Flying over a populous area is a daft thing to do, but you are correct, WHEN the government start freaking out about some numpty strapping a small bomb to one of these then DJI will have to comply by shutting you down. If you want to avoid this regulation you can still buy decent Chinese brands for a 5th of the price. Or make your own which is quite fun too.

Aeschylus

I like drones, but the industry is without doubt now in decline, the … I like drones, but the industry is without doubt now in decline, the bubble has burst and now with technology being rolled out in cities and in areas in importance to prevent drones from flying


Great price for a superb drone, I did hesitate at the high price but it's an incredible device and I've been very pleased with it particularly the fact it's so small it's easy to carry with you.

All of the Mavics I've seen that are much cheaper than this are grey imports which means potentially no warranty, something to bear in mind with such a complex device.
I paid £671 for my dji mavic pro. it's a great drone. fantastic photographs and video. especially on bright days
thrower742 m ago

I paid £671 for my dji mavic pro. it's a great drone. fantastic …I paid £671 for my dji mavic pro. it's a great drone. fantastic photographs and video. especially on bright days



where did you get it from?
banggood.com I posted the deal on here a few weeks ago. it still went cold ❄
thrower748 m ago

banggood.com I posted the deal on here a few weeks ago. it still went …banggood.com I posted the deal on here a few weeks ago. it still went cold ❄


that was a good deal, but I can maybe see why some people might have voted it cold.
Sending that amount of money to Bangood might, in some peoples be a bit risky
poisondwarf

that was a good deal, but I can maybe see why some people might have … that was a good deal, but I can maybe see why some people might have voted it cold.Sending that amount of money to Bangood might, in some peoples be a bit risky



​i paid through PayPal so I was covered
thrower743 m ago

​i paid through PayPal so I was covered



Nice, you got a bargain them
​you can still get it through banggood and get it for around £700 including the £50 cash back

thrower744 m ago

​you can still get it through banggood and get it for around £700 in …​you can still get it through banggood and get it for around £700 including the £50 cash back



i ll have a look
i take it the 50 quid comes from topcashback?
cheers
it's a combination of TopCashback and quidco. if you look at my post it'll tell you how to do it
thrower7411 m ago

it's a combination of TopCashback and quidco. if you look at my post …it's a combination of TopCashback and quidco. if you look at my post it'll tell you how to do it


ok, thank you
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