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Does anyone use/have this?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by PJ Orlando, Jan 5, 2016.

  1. PJ Orlando

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  2. Ti22

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    It appears you could leave on the blades which is the biggest drawback of my generic cheap backpack IMO. Nice holsters for stuff. Not sure what the last picture is of?
     
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    It definitely wouldn't work well here in the woods, too many tree branches to get it hung in.
     
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    I got a free hard shelled backpack from dji, with my p3p that works quite well. Keeps everything nice and organized, can hold everything you need, plus 4 batteries. Looks kinda funny though.
     
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    I currently use Drone Creates backback and I like it a lot. This seems great for those times when I'm taking just a short hike or city walking.
     
  6. RedHotPoker

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    I have joked about that open pack before. I called it the Phantom Ninja carrying solution.
    Replace the rotor blades with a set of throwing knives, and you're on a deadly mission... Hehe

    @dji hardshell backpack here. I RYde a Can Am SpYder RS-S, so that and the drone guard unit from Lowepro are both out.
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    But I do like this concept...

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  7. dirkclod

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    I like it too RHP :)
    Works very well for me and Grandbaby ;-)
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    Where does the remote, tablet and spare batteries go? Unless you need a spare hand I can't see it being much use... Could just get a t-shirt with a phantom print. Personally I don't like to advertise I'm carrying a quad, you get an audience soon enough after takeoff.
     
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    Well it does carry it all and I do have several T-Shirts from here and if you don't get the humor of that picture .........
    Never mind. With The Birds .lol
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    I was commenting on the pic in OP.... The humour wasn't lost on me, first thing I noticed was the phantom is more secure than the baby LOL

    Cheers,

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    Some say I'm with the birds... or for the birds, ah, who remembers, I gotta make a call...

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    Birds are good. ;-)
    They sing pretty, too. Ha
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    Waving arms in air , trying to fly.. ;-)


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