PARROT Disco FPV Drone with Controller - White now at £299 @ currys
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PARROT Disco FPV Drone with Controller - White now at £299 @ currys

£299£398.9925%Currys Deals
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Found 21st Mar
PARROT Disco FPV Drone with Controller - White now at £299. seems like they are clearing it.
Got one today for myself. I am so glad I waited, could not get better deal..
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Looks pretty decent for the price. Really like the FPV glasses, that's pretty cool.

Heat added!
same price on amazon delivered with prime also.
Great price for this drone. I blame the OP entirely for the fact I just bought a second Parrot drone. Damn you HUKD.
Can you wear glasses with the goggles?
Remember you legally need a spotter with you if you're flying in FPV
Beware aware a few people have had "fly away incidents" where the drone had lost connection or malfunctioned and flown away never to be seen again. This happens in fight plan and manual control. Have a look on YouTube and Amazon reviews.
rossysaurus4 h, 40 m ago

Beware aware a few people have had "fly away incidents" where the drone …Beware aware a few people have had "fly away incidents" where the drone had lost connection or malfunctioned and flown away never to be seen again. This happens in fight plan and manual control. Have a look on YouTube and Amazon reviews.


Fly away issues seem to plague DJI, parrot and yuneec and their proprietry control systems. And if your plane/quadcopter flys off and hits a car on the main road causing a crash, you're in huge trouble if it can be tracked back and a civil case brought against you.

The only controller I trust is something that has Spektrum dsmx compatibility.
The_Hoff11 h, 14 m ago

Remember you legally need a spotter with you if you're flying in FPV


This is true but you can fly the Disco in non-FPV mode with this kit too and save the FPV for when you have a mate bored enough to join you! Or just sell the FPV goggles and it's an even better bargain.
jaydeeuk112 h, 42 m ago

Can you wear glasses with the goggles?


Don't see why not, same as any VR headset with a soft foam rim.
279 on eBay
jaydeeuk122nd Mar

Fly away issues seem to plague DJI, parrot and yuneec and their proprietry …Fly away issues seem to plague DJI, parrot and yuneec and their proprietry control systems. And if your plane/quadcopter flys off and hits a car on the main road causing a crash, you're in huge trouble if it can be tracked back and a civil case brought against you. The only controller I trust is something that has Spektrum dsmx compatibility.


That's what liability insurance is for.

Every autonomous UAV has reports of flyaway, you need to take most with a pinch of salt.

Chances of a flyaway are incredibly slim.

Chances of losing control and causing damage with a manual quad or aircraft are much higher.
Edited by: "callum84" 23rd Mar
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