Parrot DISCO Fixed Wing Drone with Skycontroller 2 and Cockpit FPV Glasses with 45 minutes flight time & return to home - Amazon UK (Free Delivery) - £349 - Top speed 50 mph
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Parrot DISCO Fixed Wing Drone with Skycontroller 2 and Cockpit FPV Glasses with 45 minutes flight time & return to home - Amazon UK (Free Delivery) - £349 - Top speed 50 mph

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Found 14th Feb
Parrot Disco FPV



Enjoy An Unprecedented Flight Experience



Immerse yourself in flight with the Parrot Disco FPV. See the world from a whole new angle using the Parrot Cockpitglasses, the FPV headset designed to put you in the cockpit of your drone. The Parrot Disco offers stunning FPV views while soaring at up to 50 mph (80 km/h). Lastly, to complete the piloting experience, take control with the lightweight, compact and ultra-precise Parrot Skycontroller 2.



FreeFlight Pro is the free mobile app dedicated to your Parrot drone, allowing you to experience an immersive flight and is designed to function with your Parrot Skycontroller 2 and Parrot Cockpitglasses 2. Also be sure to try Flight Plan and Follow Me, paid features which let you use 100% of your drone’s potential.
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Nice
Tiptop!

£300 here, but only 2 left, 6 sold in last day

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How does it land, anyone know?
aljarvis20041 m ago

How does it land, anyone know?


Crash landing but safely
Pity it didn't record.
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jjmmww11 h, 30 m ago

Crash landing but safely



Take a look at this comprehensive review
To stay within UK laws you can't fly out of the range you can see the drone, regardless of the range of the controller. For most people this will be about 500m . You also can't fly over 400ft above ground and need to star at least 50m from any person or building you don't have permission to fly over. See dronesafe.uk/

If you use the goggles then you should always have someone else watching the model, FPV is great but it limits your viewpoint, someone else should be watching for you so they can see around the model for other hazards.

If your interested in model flying I'd also suggest you look at the BMFA membership cost £35 a year and give you 3rd party insurance or join a local flying club. bmfa.org/
gavin138 m ago

To stay within UK laws you can't fly out of the range you can see the …To stay within UK laws you can't fly out of the range you can see the drone, regardless of the range of the controller. For most people this will be about 500m . You also can't fly over 400ft above ground and need to star at least 50m from any person or building you don't have permission to fly over. See http://dronesafe.uk/If you use the goggles then you should always have someone else watching the model, FPV is great but it limits your viewpoint, someone else should be watching for you so they can see around the model for other hazards.If your interested in model flying I'd also suggest you look at the BMFA membership cost £35 a year and give you 3rd party insurance or join a local flying club. https://www.bmfa.org/


Following Laws hahahaha
Good joke

The Police won't bother (well maybe if it's a city) but many police stations in this Country
Won't respond unless it's a serious crime
If they do respond then they will come hours later


Say if there is a chav on your street is breaking a Disturbance of Peace law then they won't bother, or if a there is some chav offsprings causing trouble outside Tesco or Inside McDonalds, the Police in my area are useless, well almost, they're only here as a fear so people dont think of commiting a crime
Edited by: "Norseg" 15th Feb
Norseg5 m ago

Following Laws hahahahaGood jokeThe Police won't bother (well maybe if …Following Laws hahahahaGood jokeThe Police won't bother (well maybe if it's a city) but many police stations in this CountryWon't respond unless it's a serious crimeIf they do respond then they will come hours laterSay if there is a chav on your street is breaking a Disturbance of Peace law then they won't bother, or if a there is some chav offsprings causing trouble outside Tesco or Inside McDonalds, the Police in my area are useless, well almost, they're only here as a fear so people dont think of commiting a crime



I didn't say they would, only pointing out what the law states. Unfortunately its small minority of people who use drones without considering others that may see them banned.
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