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exoskeletons for dji copters

Discussion in 'News' started by Michael Radeck, May 26, 2015.

  1. Michael Radeck

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    Too much weight and drag for racing.

    Looks like it will turn any multi-rotor into a kite or sail.
     
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    Jezzuzz.. can you imagine that falling out of the sky onto someone!!
    Another pointless product...
     
  4. Michael Radeck

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    any copter falling out of sky is a high risk thing, but without protection against the props that are working like knifes it will be much higher risk!
     
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    I'd rather be hit by a plain quad than a quad covered in aluminum sheets...

    With the "protection" fitted the quad would fly like a pig.. more likely to cause a crash then anything else the pilot does.
    I can see a use for this inside a building, but wait, that's already been done with "prop guards" !!
     
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    Another pointless sales pitch. Save your cash for spare batteries...
     
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  7. Michael Radeck

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    could prevent situations like this:
     
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