Millions of people around the world have received drones for Christmas this Holiday Season. In the UK alone the number of drone users is expected to have doubled after this year’s shopping season. So, can you now charge the batteries and go fly right away or are there some things you should learn before you try out your new toy? Hint: for U.S. drone pilots register your drone.
Christmas Stories January 4, 2018
Christmas Stories December 11, 2017
From DJI’ Thanksgiving or Black Friday offering, we go right into DJI Winter Holiday offering for the upcoming Christmas and/or Holiday Season. The Chinese drone manufacturer is offering up to 30% discounts on select products as well as a Double DJI Credit. Instead of the normal 1% of the total value, DJI will now give you 2% DJI Credit for any order placed during the Winter Holiday Sale.
Again, DJI has some really good offers, including $100 off the DJI Spark, although our team from 9to5Toys also has a better deal on the Spark at $289, $150 off the DJI Mavic Pro Fly More Combo, $50 off the Mavic Pro Alpine White Combo, free intelligent flight battery with Phantom 4 Advanced & Pro, $50 off DJI Goggles, $100 off Osmo Mobile & $90 off Osmo+.
DJI Mavic Pro
Christmas Stories December 6, 2017
What you need to know before you buy a drone.
So you are thinking of buying a drone for yourself, a friend or a family member this Christmas? Well, you are not alone. Recent numbers from the U.K. suggest that over one million drones may be sold in England this Holiday season, almost doubling the number of unmanned aerial vehicles in that country.
So, where to start? Right here. DroneDJ has put together a comprehensive list of things to keep in mind when buying a drone. This will help you make the right purchase so that the person receiving the drone will get the right drone for him or her and will get the most enjoyment out of it.
Christmas Stories December 3, 2017
The British Civil Aviation Agency CAA said that drones had become one of the most wanted Christmas gifts under the tree this year. Two million drones are already in the air in the U.K. but the CAA expects 1.5 million could be added after the Holiday season is over.