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DJI Mavic Pro - Fly More Combo Platinum £849 @ Amazon
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DJI Mavic Pro - Fly More Combo Platinum £849 @ Amazon

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Posted 29th Nov 2019

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Pretty much the best price ive seen this for, been waiting for this one today!

  • The DJI Mavic Pro is a small, powerful quadcoter drone that is easy to take anywhere and everywhere thanks to its compact design allowing you to fold its arms and props
  • It has a maximum flight time of 30 mins and a maximum distance of 9 mi (15 km), allowing for extended periods of flight time. Video stream flight through Mavic's remote controller
  • The DJI Mavic Pro has a 4K camera stabilised by a 3-axis mechanical gimbal, allowing you to take crystal clear photos and videos from up above even during high-speed motion
  • With a new aerodynamic design, the 8331 propellers give the Mavic Pro Platinum an impressive noise control performance, the new FOC ESC drivers offer sinusoidal current for increased stability
  • Mavic Pro Platinum Combo drone includes three intelligent flight batteries, a remote controller and other items to help support drone flying experience
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Remember from 30/11 (tomorrow). you need an operator and flyer ID from the CAA, and will need to label your drone with your operator ID.

Good price though! Enjoy.
It's been this price for a week now. Wish they had warehouse deal on it. Would have snapped it quick
This is going for £799 on drones direct at the minute. Has been around this price bracket for a while on there too.
HawickBalls29/11/2019 11:12

Remember from 30/11 (tomorrow). you need an operator and flyer ID from the …Remember from 30/11 (tomorrow). you need an operator and flyer ID from the CAA, and will need to label your drone with your operator ID. Good price though! Enjoy.



Good Luck with that, spent 30 minutes reading up the new drone laws ready for registering as an operator and owner, spent 10 minutes completing the questionaire, gave personal details, went to payment only to be greeted with the following meassage;

" Sorry, there's a problem with the service Please try again later.
If this has happened while you were taking the theory test, your answers may have been lost.
Please contact us if you want to speak to someone about your registration."

Drone and Model Aircraft Registration Team
drone.registration@caa.co.uk
Telephone: 0330 022 9930
Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm

Thats 40 minutes of my life wasted because the HM Gov website can't handle the high influx of users...how about about giving us a government website that is fit for purpose....
Wowhats29/11/2019 11:25

Good Luck with that, spent 30 minutes reading up the new drone laws ready …Good Luck with that, spent 30 minutes reading up the new drone laws ready for registering as an operator and owner, spent 10 minutes completing the questionaire, gave personal details, went to payment only to be greeted with the following meassage; " Sorry, there's a problem with the service Please try again later.If this has happened while you were taking the theory test, your answers may have been lost. Please contact us if you want to speak to someone about your registration." Drone and Model Aircraft Registration Teamdrone.registration@caa.co.uk Telephone: 0330 022 9930 Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm Thats 40 minutes of my life wasted because the HM Gov website can't handle the high influx of users...how about about giving us a government website that is fit for purpose....


You shouldn't have left it so late - I did mine a few days ago, no problem. Drone labelled up with my ID already.
Also only 10 mins wasted - unless you have totally forgotten what you've read already in that 30 mins!
Edited by: "darkh0rse" 29th Nov 2019
With this in mind might cancel my order and got for the AIR mini
darkh0rse29/11/2019 11:29

You shouldn't have left it so late - I did mine a few days ago, no …You shouldn't have left it so late - I did mine a few days ago, no problem. Drone labelled up with my ID already.Also only 10 mins wasted - unless you have totally forgotten what you've read already in that 30 mins!


To be fair the government have hardly given us a large window in which to do this as they only announced a month ago. Also I don’t believe it’s necessary to register and take the test until actually going out with the drone. Not like you’re gonna be caught if your drone is in the cupboard waiting for decent weather
I got 100%. Not special prize though. Just cost me a few quid.
MarkDa200129/11/2019 12:10

To be fair the government have hardly given us a large window in which to …To be fair the government have hardly given us a large window in which to do this as they only announced a month ago. Also I don’t believe it’s necessary to register and take the test until actually going out with the drone. Not like you’re gonna be caught if your drone is in the cupboard waiting for decent weather


A month ago? Not at all, we knew 6 months ago this was coming. There's no excuse, in my opinion.

True, you don't need to be registered till you fly, that is a fair point. For sure the CAA/gov site will be quieter in a few days/weeks time. But if you wake up one morning to a magnificient sunset, there's not really time to get online and do the test. That's the way I see it.

Each to their own Good luck with your test and future flights.
darkh0rse29/11/2019 19:58

A month ago? Not at all, we knew 6 months ago this was coming. There's no …A month ago? Not at all, we knew 6 months ago this was coming. There's no excuse, in my opinion.True, you don't need to be registered till you fly, that is a fair point. For sure the CAA/gov site will be quieter in a few days/weeks time. But if you wake up one morning to a magnificient sunset, there's not really time to get online and do the test. That's the way I see it.Each to their own Good luck with your test and future flights.



Maybe I should have clarified my point a little better.
The government did give us notice - they notified several months ago at a different price, but the online registration and test only became available at some point in October - now I know that’s a month - but in my work I have been busy working both night and day during this period and granted if there was a nice golden hour shot to take I would probably not have bothered anyway. I need to register mine in the next week though as I am taking them on a trip to the canaries, and although abroad - it is part of the updated terms of the insurance.
Incidentally what did you use to label yours as I led like it to be something half decent looking so have been thinking about using a company such as VistaPrint
Yes, fair enough. Personally I did find it an acceptable amount of notice and I'd rather the government not have to waste on extra hardware or scaling services that allow for a short influx of folk. But that's just me I guess!

I have a Dymo Labelwriter 450 and used a small label trimmed to size, however, the default Letratag size is probably ideal if you have one of those.
darkh0rse29/11/2019 19:58

A month ago? Not at all, we knew 6 months ago this was coming. There's no …A month ago? Not at all, we knew 6 months ago this was coming. There's no excuse, in my opinion.True, you don't need to be registered till you fly, that is a fair point. For sure the CAA/gov site will be quieter in a few days/weeks time. But if you wake up one morning to a magnificient sunset, there's not really time to get online and do the test. That's the way I see it.Each to their own Good luck with your test and future flights.


Wake up to a magnificent sunset? That musta been some party!!!(party)
darkh0rse29/11/2019 21:53

Yes, fair enough. Personally I did find it an acceptable amount of notice …Yes, fair enough. Personally I did find it an acceptable amount of notice and I'd rather the government not have to waste on extra hardware or scaling services that allow for a short influx of folk. But that's just me I guess! I have a Dymo Labelwriter 450 and used a small label trimmed to size, however, the default Letratag size is probably ideal if you have one of those.


Thanks for that - I may look at that route.
I don’t personally think that registration solves anything. This was a knee jerk reaction to the Gatwick incident, that still has not been proven to have been a drone.
Anyone who is intending to do anything remotely illegal with a drone will simply not register it, and will take their chance. Likewise anyone who is looking to ensure correct distances and heights are observed will have a very hard case to prove as distance is very subjective when looking at a small drone a 100 meters in the sky.
Yes the Letratags are cheap and cheerful and useful for all sorts of bits - labelling power plugs for one!

Anything that deters idiots ruining it for us responsible drone ops gets my seal of approval, so I don't mind the registration scheme. Car insurance is a legal requirement but people still take their chances on the roads with uninsured cars, same as there will be people flying unregistered drones. But that's life I guess! At least there's clear fines in place now for irresponsible use.
God some of you lot are whiners, that test literally took me ten minutes and all the info you need is given to you on a silver plate on their website.

Also, if you're going to leave it to the last minute, perhaps that's something you should work on, on blame the website for being down.
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