John Lewis - DJI Mavic Pro fly more combo - with 32gb sd and 2yr warranty
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John Lewis - DJI Mavic Pro fly more combo - with 32gb sd and 2yr warranty

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Found 22nd Nov
John Lewis are price matching Argos/Jessops/Amazon but their fly more combo comes with a 32gb card and not the standard 16gb and a 2 year warranty. For a UK retailer with a solid returns policy, this seems pretty great.

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Amazing

Getting better, I wonder what the deals will be like on Friday?

I smell a Mavic 2 coming down the path.

Savedotmoney15 m ago

I smell a Mavic 2 coming down the path.


There is already a "Platinum" version of the Mavic out there, more expensive although doesn't look much different

fran1o866 m ago

There is already a "Platinum" version of the Mavic out there, more …There is already a "Platinum" version of the Mavic out there, more expensive although doesn't look much different



Yeah I know, I'm thinking newer than that. Maybe in early new year.

The tv survival expert Ed Stafford uses one of these to self film. Amazing piece of kit. I want one! Unfortunately ive had to settle for a 10 dollar drone from GearBest purely to wind up the cat

I have the Platinum on pre-order just hope it come before the big day as its a present

Over priced

dealerxxx12 m ago

Over priced


And your basing that on what exactly? Nonsense

I bought the regular version mavic pro for £600 (one of the many hong kong based deals posted recently). I do not see the advantage of the fly more combo which is £500 more. Yes you get two extra batteries (worth £70 each amazon price), spare propellers (worth £10), shoulder bag (worth £20) and a charging set (car charger, power bank adapter, battery charging hub worth £100 max) ie you get £270 spare kit for £500??? I would invest in one spare battery / one platinum props / dji refresh / a 64gb card and an ipad mini2 as the controller and you will be well sorted.
Edited by: "ajmitchell" 22nd Nov

only152 m ago

And your basing that on what exactly? Nonsense


Hahaha

ajmitchell3 h, 25 m ago

I bought the regular version mavic pro for £600 (one of the many hong …I bought the regular version mavic pro for £600 (one of the many hong kong based deals posted recently). I do not see the advantage of the fly more combo which is £500 more. Yes you get two extra batteries (worth £70 each amazon price), spare propellers (worth £10), shoulder bag (worth £20) and a charging set (car charger, power bank adapter, battery charging hub worth £100 max) ie you get £270 spare kit for £500??? I would invest in one spare battery / one platinum props / dji refresh / a 64gb card and an ipad mini2 as the controller and you will be well sorted.



The question is if one of the cheaper deals you mention will uphold the warranty should things go wrong. Then you don't make a saving at all.

ajmitchell13 h, 34 m ago

I bought the regular version mavic pro for £600 (one of the many hong …I bought the regular version mavic pro for £600 (one of the many hong kong based deals posted recently). I do not see the advantage of the fly more combo which is £500 more. Yes you get two extra batteries (worth £70 each amazon price), spare propellers (worth £10), shoulder bag (worth £20) and a charging set (car charger, power bank adapter, battery charging hub worth £100 max) ie you get £270 spare kit for £500??? I would invest in one spare battery / one platinum props / dji refresh / a 64gb card and an ipad mini2 as the controller and you will be well sorted.


The flymore from china could be had for around £780/820. So not much more for the extras. Find myself using the extra batteries, bag and the multi charger the most.

only118 h, 19 m ago

And your basing that on what exactly? Nonsense


Don't feed the troll !!

I’ve tried to post a deal for completesavings.co.uk but it won’t allow me. They were doing 20% cashback the other day on argos purchases (now 10%) and combined with this you can use up to £300 in gift vouchers per online tranascation which can also be bought at a 20% discount so that’s £1099 - £219.80 - £60 = drone for £819 (or would have been over Black Friday)

you will probably find that CS receives a lot of negative reviews online but these are from people who have signed up to it unknowingly. I’d assume most people on here are more savvy than that. You pay £15 per month but providing you make a purchase each month at one of their partner retailers you get £15 credited back to you. They even do 10% on eBay purchases Andy I’ve just received £200 for an ebay purchase.

Bought this for £1399 6 months ago so its a good price!

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