Crash this drone as much as you want, it will only set you back $49
If you plan on investing in a drone over $400, do yourself a favor and get your practice in with something you won’t feel bad about crashing.
There’s no worse feeling than crashing a drone, especially one you spent a small fortune on. However, if you want to earn your wings without the constant worry of crashing, consider this beginner drone from ATTOP.
So what does a $49 drone get you? First, you get a 1080p HD camera and a remote to fly it. Additional features include a launch/land button and altitude hold; you can even fly it without a remote with the ATTOP app.
More advanced features include 360°flip, headless mode, toss to launch, and more. Additionally, the drone comes with two batteries, giving you 18 minutes of flight.
For just $49, you can’t ask much more from it. So before you spend a ton of money on a premium drone, get your practice in with this first and save yourself any potential headaches.
🕐 ATTOP tells KnowTechie that this price is similar to what they’ll offer on Black Friday. So if you’re waiting for a better price, this is the best discount you’ll get.
Again, to get the discount, remember to clip the 10% on-site coupon and enter promo code EIWAEQKW at checkout to see your savings. Click below for more info.
ATTOP 1080p Drone for Beginners
If you plan on investing in a drone over $400, do yourself a favor and get your practice in with something you won’t feel bad about crashing. Trust us; you can thank us later.
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