Grey Import  DJI Mavic Pro Combo £782.07 at Gearbest (poss custom fees of approx £156)
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Grey Import DJI Mavic Pro Combo £782.07 at Gearbest (poss custom fees of approx £156)

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Found 10th Dec 2017
Yes it's a an import version from China but at a significant saving, so long as there are no large import takes levied. If they are then it would add another £156 (by my calculation) to the price making it £938. Still a saving but not that great in my opinion and not enough for me to risk any potential warranty issues. Fully expect this to be cold but for those looking specifically for this model and understand any risks with imports thought it would be worth putting up. Would appreciate people's experience of Gearbest and if any one has had this from them that would be great. Does not come with UK warranty, obviously, and no UK plug, obviously, but does come with a plug adapter.

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Intentionally posting a deal you know will go cold? - I thought I was the only one to do that
Edited by: "spannerzone" 10th Dec 2017

Are you seriously going to risk it? They will tell you, they attempted to deliver 3 times, take the goods back and then offer you half your money.

Managed to get this for £989 at Amazon just before Black Friday and don't believe it's been any cheaper than that in the UK . Great piece of kit and good fun too. Also. the Combo is well worth it given all the extras you get (especially the two extra batteries and spare blades - those are useful when you have your first 'novice' collision!)
Edited by: "wickenden" 10th Dec 2017

I'll share my experience with Banggood when ordering a Mavic for people who are looking to import.

Delivery took 7 days. Paid £3 in fees to DHL (mavic marked as worth £21 or something)
TopCashback already paid within a month.

Frankla2 h, 14 m ago

Are you seriously going to risk it? They will tell you, they attempted to …Are you seriously going to risk it? They will tell you, they attempted to deliver 3 times, take the goods back and then offer you half your money.


No they wouldn't and you will just open a PayPal or credit card case

Gearbest is trustworthy, they're a big website

I've never been taxed using their Priority Direct/Priority Line Shipping option. They ship it to a warehouse in the EU somewhere then give you a Royal Mail or Yodel tracking number.
Edited by: "fpsazerbaijan" 10th Dec 2017

GearPest didn't used to be that big until people started spamming their tat on here. Started about 18 months ago when this site started going downhill.
Obviously just my opinion, for what it's worth.
Somebody's making a good few quid from PPC.

Frankla6 h, 50 m ago

Are you seriously going to risk it? They will tell you, they attempted to …Are you seriously going to risk it? They will tell you, they attempted to deliver 3 times, take the goods back and then offer you half your money.


I found gearbest’s service to be spot on. I ordered an electric bike from them (£600) which went faulty, I returned it to a UK address and received a full refund within a week
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