Crash this drone as much as you want; it’ll 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.
Right now, it’s down to just $49 for Prime members with promo code YLTOR4VJ and a 10% on-site coupon. Non-Prime members can get it for $56. It typically sells for $80.
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-degree flips, headless mode, toss to launch, and more. The drone comes with two batteries, giving you 18 minutes of flight.
Plus, this deal gets your pick of color too. You have two options: Black and White.
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 YLTOR4VJ 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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