DJI Spark RTF Quadcopter Fly More Combo - Alpine White £394.99 with code @ Toby deals
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DJI Spark RTF Quadcopter Fly More Combo - Alpine White £394.99 with code @ Toby deals

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Found 17th Mar
DJI Spark RTF Quadcopter Fly More Combo - Alpine White

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    good deal. ordered few things from them and they arrived via UPS without any import charges.
    Add anything to the basket for 1p or more and you’ll get £10 off with the “Patrick” code instead of just £5.
    Soon we will have air traffic
    Mavic Air also available for £582.99 including the “Patrick” code.
    Cheap but who are Toby deals?!

    Edit: Oh, a Hong Kong importer...
    Edited by: "furq" 17th Mar
    bt12313 m ago

    Mavic Air also available for £582.99 including the “Patrick” code.


    Is it worth the extra £200 for a first time noob? I appreciate the 4k but anything else significantly important for a plonker like me? Genuine question as thinking of pullin the trigger on this
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    sparklehedgehog39 m ago

    Is it worth the extra £200 for a first time noob? I appreciate the 4k but …Is it worth the extra £200 for a first time noob? I appreciate the 4k but anything else significantly important for a plonker like me? Genuine question as thinking of pullin the trigger on this


    Same here! Would be interested to know experiences people have had with Toby Deals. Most reviews online seem positive.
    You have to ask yourself will you get enough use out of any drone to justify the cost, especially given the increasing restrictions on where you can fly. In many cases you would be better off investing in a good micro-four-thirds camera, such as the Panasonic DMC-GX80, which has 4K video, optical image stabilisation, and a whole range of lens options. This will often better capture your precious memories in more situations than a drone ever will.
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    HotBot3 m ago

    You have to ask yourself will you get enough use out of any drone to …You have to ask yourself will you get enough use out of any drone to justify the cost, especially given the increasing restrictions on where you can fly. In many cases you would be better off investing in a good micro-four-thirds camera, such as the Panasonic DMC-GX80, which has 4K video, optical image stabilisation, and a whole range of lens options. This will often better capture your precious memories in more situations than a drone ever will.


    To be fair, I think this and a camera are two completely separate things. I personally would enjoy using a drone (not just for the camera) but the fun of flying it.
    Very tempted. Any other experiences of Toby Deals?
    Edited by: "The_Bounty_Bear" 17th Mar
    sparklehedgehog1 h, 58 m ago

    Is it worth the extra £200 for a first time noob? I appreciate the 4k but …Is it worth the extra £200 for a first time noob? I appreciate the 4k but anything else significantly important for a plonker like me? Genuine question as thinking of pullin the trigger on this


    Go for the Air. I think the Wifi on that is much better. You may feel like upgrading your drone after enjoying flying the Spark so it's best to just do that now.
    HotBot2 h, 21 m ago

    You have to ask yourself will you get enough use out of any drone to …You have to ask yourself will you get enough use out of any drone to justify the cost, especially given the increasing restrictions on where you can fly. In many cases you would be better off investing in a good micro-four-thirds camera, such as the Panasonic DMC-GX80, which has 4K video, optical image stabilisation, and a whole range of lens options. This will often better capture your precious memories in more situations than a drone ever will.


    Let’s be honest,the camera on a drone is just there as an excuse for us men too flog the idea of a drone to the Mrs,but in reality most blokes just want the fun of flying one around and it has the bonus of being able to take videos

    So you are just wasting your time trying to persuade people to buy a proper camera as IT DON”T FLY,well not unless you throw it
    Biggunspaul20 m ago

    Let’s be honest,the camera on a drone is just there as an excuse for us m …Let’s be honest,the camera on a drone is just there as an excuse for us men too flog the idea of a drone to the Mrs,but in reality most blokes just want the fun of flying one around and it has the bonus of being able to take videos So you are just wasting your time trying to persuade people to buy a proper camera as IT DON”T FLY,well not unless you throw it


    Plus I already have a full frame Sony A7ii so the camera side is more for video and only a by product not the primary function/purpose
    Bitten. Been waiting for a fly more combo decent deal for a while. Went for the yellow one for £10 more but extra £5 saving using code.

    So far I have had order confirmation and being picked confirmation. Fingers crossed
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    The_Bounty_Bear13 m ago

    Bitten. Been waiting for a fly more combo decent deal for a while. Went …Bitten. Been waiting for a fly more combo decent deal for a while. Went for the yellow one for £10 more but extra £5 saving using code.So far I have had order confirmation and being picked confirmation. Fingers crossed

    Glad it helped. I’m tempted.
    Joe23193 h, 37 m ago

    Glad it helped. I’m tempted.


    But is it worth a divorce though? I think I’d get one thrown in for free with this deal. So unsure what to do
    HotBot17th Mar

    You have to ask yourself will you get enough use out of any drone to …You have to ask yourself will you get enough use out of any drone to justify the cost, especially given the increasing restrictions on where you can fly. In many cases you would be better off investing in a good micro-four-thirds camera, such as the Panasonic DMC-GX80, which has 4K video, optical image stabilisation, and a whole range of lens options. This will often better capture your precious memories in more situations than a drone ever will.


    You make a good point, but every time I use my SLR for remote aerial shots I end up putting an insurance claim in.
    HotBot17th Mar

    You have to ask yourself will you get enough use out of any drone to …You have to ask yourself will you get enough use out of any drone to justify the cost, especially given the increasing restrictions on where you can fly. In many cases you would be better off investing in a good micro-four-thirds camera, such as the Panasonic DMC-GX80, which has 4K video, optical image stabilisation, and a whole range of lens options. This will often better capture your precious memories in more situations than a drone ever will.


    Good plan. I'm up for that. How high does it go and does it return to home when the signal's lost ?
    sparklehedgehog17th Mar

    Is it worth the extra £200 for a first time noob? I appreciate the 4k but …Is it worth the extra £200 for a first time noob? I appreciate the 4k but anything else significantly important for a plonker like me? Genuine question as thinking of pullin the trigger on this


    I won't suggest how you spend your money. Mavic Air is the well reviewed latest model (check out the reviews from last month) new and better in most respects (comparison here).

    But KEY POINT - this deal is for the Spark Fly More Combo, which includes 2 extra batteriews, 2 extra blades, a power bank adapter, a charging hub and a carry bag. The Air at £582.99 isn't with Fly More, you need to cough 725.99 (minus the code) for that.
    uk.trustpilot.com/rev…com


    TrustPilot seems hit and miss on these guys, glad I bit on the Maplin deal last week or I'd be tempted to take a risk here.
    Well I've paid with a CC. Any issues I'll get them into bat
    The_Bounty_Bear19th Mar

    Well I've paid with a CC. Any issues I'll get them into bat



    Has yours arrived? Be interested to see how the DJI software sees it - if its a 'grey' import or not.
    Original Poster
    Has anyone’s arrived?
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