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DJI Hardshell Backpack for Phantom 3 - quick review

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by craig4855, Jul 15, 2015.

  1. craig4855

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  2. izzydrone

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    I'll sell mine used in good shape for 120.00 shipped if anyone is interested.
     
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  5. craig4855

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    Actually, I have a total of 14 props. B&H photo has free shipping on orders over $50, so, you can never have enough props. LOL
     
  6. BenDronePilot

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    This guys probably expecting to be seeing a lot of trees on his Phantoms future with that many props.
     
  7. craig4855

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    I love trees
    So does my Phantom
    :)
     
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    Two is one and one is none.
     
  9. craig4855

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    In all honesty, I have only taken out 2 props, and that was during a wind gust. While landing, Phantom tipped over.
    I carry many extra supplies, in a bag, that is always in my car.
    I would rather have an extra 10 props, than be 1 short.
    The nice part about the P3 is that the props are less than half the cost of the P2 props.
     
  10. BenDronePilot

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    I agree though, It's good to have one extra set of props with you for anything unexpected. Better to have them and not need them than need them and not have them.