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Hot Wheels Hawk Drone - £19.99 at Aldi
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Hot Wheels Hawk Drone - £19.99 at Aldi

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Posted 24th Nov 2019

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Fly, stunt and race! Take high speed drone racing with you with the compact sized 2.4 GHz Hawk Drone. With crash resistant guards and multi speed settings, this mini drone is ready to fly indoors or out so challenge your friends to the ultimate mini drone race now! With 360° stunt action, the Hawk features 1 touch return, headless mode, LED lights and 3 different speeds and comes with 4 spare blades

Contents
1 x Quad
1 x Handset
1 x USB charger
1 x Instruction sheet
4 x Spare rotors
1 x Screwdriver

Features
Flip 360°
6 Axis Gyro
Crash Resistent
Multiplayer
Multi-speed
LED lights
Charging time 60 minutes (approx.)
Flight time 5-6 minutes (approx.)

I found the next best price is £25.00 from QVC.

Aldi says free standard shipping with all orders over £20.00 but this is showing up as qualifying for some reason.

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3 Comments
Will you need a licence to fly this ?
njl3024/11/2019 14:47

Will you need a licence to fly this ?


I'm not an expert, but from the CAA website...

"You must have two registrations in place before you fly a drone or model aircraft that’s 250g to 20kg:

- Anyone who will fly must pass a theory test to get a flyer ID
- The person that’s responsible for the drone or model aircraft must register to get an operator ID."

The manufacturer lists this as weighing 0.3kg so this is a requirement I believe.

Civil Aviation Authority - Flying drones and model aircraft
Bonji24/11/2019 14:52

I'm not an expert, but from the CAA website..."You must have two …I'm not an expert, but from the CAA website..."You must have two registrations in place before you fly a drone or model aircraft that’s 250g to 20kg:- Anyone who will fly must pass a theory test to get a flyer ID- The person that’s responsible for the drone or model aircraft must register to get an operator ID."The manufacturer lists this as weighing 0.3kg so this is a requirement I believe.Civil Aviation Authority - Flying drones and model aircraft


I wouldn’t worry about that - everyone will be ignoring it.
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