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YUNEEC Mantis Q Foldable Drone With 4K Camera [ Refurbished ] $169 after coupon

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lowest price i have seen

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$169.00

Package Including:
- Mantis Q In Color Box W/Remote Controller
- Charger
- 1 Battery
- 2 Sets Propellers
- USB Cable (US Plug)
90 DAY WARRANTY
BATTERIES 1 MONTH
Item Weight: 4.5 LBS


https://www.affer.com/yuneec-mant...drone.html
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Warranty:
90 DAY WARRANTY
BATTERIES 1 MONTH
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Warranty:
90 DAY WARRANTY
BATTERIES 1 MONTH
thanks updated post
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"The Mantis Q is a nimble, maneuverable drone, but the 4K video is shaky, and its voice-control feature is gimmicky."

https://www.tomsguide.com/us/yune...-6176.html
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"The Mantis Q is a nimble, maneuverable drone, but the 4K video is shaky, and its voice-control feature is gimmicky."

https://www.tomsguide.com/us/yune...-6176.htm [tomsguide.com]
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"The Mantis Q is a nimble, maneuverable drone, but the 4K video is shaky, and its voice-control feature is gimmicky."

https://www.tomsguide.com/us/yune...-6176.html [tomsguide.com]
that is correct i did notice all the reviews if you going to use for camera and videos this may not be for you very shaky especially 4K

This is for my son first drone he just want to have fun flying he will not e taking pictures or video for anything special only for hobby

This may not be for everyone, but it fits my need for the price of a good quality drone.
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Is this a good first drone? How it is compared to potensic d80 or d85
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Do you trust the seller?
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Do you trust the seller?
I have not seen any bad reviews buy with CC just incase charge back

I buying it for the first time if you want to hold off on will let you know when I get the drone
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careful, all current drones are about to become outdated and won't be legally allowed to fly without proper equipment.
thanks this is my first drone for my son I do not know anything about drone can you explain when you said won't be legally?

Outdated how?
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thanks this is my first drone for my son I do not know anything about drone can you explain when you said won't be legally?

Outdated how?
This what I've been able to find. You do need to register your drone with the FAA and display the registration number prominently on the outside of the aircraft. Requirements for a drone operator knowledge test (https://www.faa.gov/uas/recreatio...t_updates/) and even transponders built into newly manufactured drones (https://www.faa.gov/uas/research_...remote_id/) are under development, but have not been implemented yet. I could find no source indicating that should a transponder requirement be implemented, previously manufactured models would suddenly become illegal to fly.

https://www.pcmag.com/news/drone-...ed-to-know

https://www.faa.gov/uas/recreational_fliers/
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Here's the specific part, from the FAA's site:

"The Remote Identification proposed rule provides a framework for remote identification of all UAS operating in the airspace of the United States."

Hobbyists and anyone who purchased a drone without Remote ID capabilities from the factory, would no longer be allowed to fly those drones.

A big part of what has everyone up in arms, is the loss of how much is learned, when you build your own. Making home-built drones illegal will stifle a good deal of creativity and love of scientific principles, in a lot of young people. Well, fingers crossed and make your voice heard at the same time. Personally, I'll lose use of about 14 quadcopters, if it passes, including one home-built that taught me a LOT lol
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Only have a couple syma throw away that aren't great outside. The stabilized 1080 video looked fine to me. Any better drones in this price range or better that you guys recommend? This looks decent for the price but haven't looked for a while.
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Here's the specific part, from the FAA's site:

"The Remote Identification proposed rule provides a framework for remote identification of all UAS operating in the airspace of the United States."

Hobbyists and anyone who purchased a drone without Remote ID capabilities from the factory, would no longer be allowed to fly those drones.

A big part of what has everyone up in arms, is the loss of how much is learned, when you build your own. Making home-built drones illegal will stifle a good deal of creativity and love of scientific principles, in a lot of young people. Well, fingers crossed and make your voice heard at the same time. Personally, I'll lose use of about 14 quadcopters, if it passes, including one home-built that taught me a LOT lol

Same here, I have about 12 home-built quadcopters and several flight controllers, motors, speed controllers and frames sitting on the shelf waiting to be played with.

I'm migrating over to 4wd RC buggies with big bad brushless motors to fill the void when my quadcopter hobby dies.
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careful, all current drones are about to become outdated and won't be legally allowed to fly without proper equipment.
That's not gonna happen for about 3 years
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