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Great deal on Phantoms for UK buyers

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by noki49, Jul 11, 2016.

  1. noki49

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    I spotted this and thought I would add it here.
    Very.co.uk have 20% off your first CREDIT order until 31st July.
    YOU HAVE TO ENTER THE CODE KFTE3 AT CHECKOUT.
    I didn't know they sold drones and accessories, but they seem to have the full range in stock from the standard through to the P4.
    P3pro seems a good deal at £879 before discount which after discount = £703.20
    Advanced at £699 becomes £559.20.
    Postage is only a few £s and delivery is only a couple of days.
    Another bonus is that you can get 12mths interest free credit as well.
    They also sell batteries and surprisingly camera/gimbals.
    Well worth look for anyone considering a new drone.
    Even the P4 works out at only £904.
     
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    Just tested and the Discount is only available if you do apply for a credit account, but thanks for the heads-up:)
     
  3. noki49

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    Not sure why you wouldn't take advantage of 3mth or 12mths interest free credit.
    Very.co.uk seem to be a type of catalogue company so some form of credit is a given.
    Normally you would expect the price to be hiked up by a catalogue Co, but Very's price on drones seems to be RRP or better.
     
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    P3 batteries work out at £100 each so may be worthwhile opening an account just to buy a couple of batteries. Better than prices on ebay or amazon and no fears about getting stiched with a fake copy.
     
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    I agree....
     
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    I went through slr hut 605 for a p3p on a bundle
     
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    Just had a look and can see the P3pro at £675 which is a great price.
    P3A is £650 so not so great.
    can't see where you got £605 from though...
     
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    give them a call and let them know what you want and they will come up with a good deal, I did and got my p3p and asked for 2 more batteries, (£85) each and got the lot delivered in 3 days with no import or tax to pay, they pay that for you in the price
     
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    don't think that's the P3pro
     
  11. noki49

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    It's not a Pro.

    Colin, if you've bought that thinking you've got a good deal on a Pro you will be very dissapointed.
    The 4K is more like the Standard, but with a better camera. I think the controller is better quality but it's still wifi not lightbridge so range is poor.

    SLR Hut's price for the pro at £675 is awesome though.
    It's only £25 more than what they are charging for the Advanced, which doesn't make much sense to me.
     
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    DronesForLess look very good too. I'm sure you got a good deal.
    Their Pros are only £620 and the Advanced are £545.
    I'm amazed how low the Phantom 3 can be bought for now, especially the Pro version.
     
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    Really interesting stuff I'm a newie looking to buy a p3 advanced or pro with an extra battery best I've seen so far is £626 from simply electronics for advanced with extra battery,interested in everyone's opinion.Also wondering if anything will come up on Amazon Prime day.Any advice pointers etc hugely appreciated,would like to use a reputable company but as always price does matter
     
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    Russ, i would do some research on Simply Electronics. I've seen some bad reviews about them.
    They are another company that seems to sell items they don't have in stock. And I assume it is all grey import stock.
    I think they are based in Hong Kong and their customer sevice makes DJI's look top notch.
    There seems to be lots of people struggling to get refunds etc
     
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    Very interesting many thanks for the heads up the very deal is looking better then I'm sure I've at least heard of them before and believe there uk based.Thanks Noki

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    One more quick one have found a personal pro with case and spare battery package deal with drones for less for £785 anyone had any dealings with them

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    Thought it sounded too good but then nearly all of
    the Internet companies seem questionable really not sure which way to go pricing differences seem so huge

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    Hi,
    I'm also looking for a new P3A or P3P in the UK.
    Very.co.uk has really good offer but I fear to buy anything from them as I have checked that company and 30% of more then 8000 people has posted their very negative feedback on trustpilot to this company. Amazon had P3A for £625 this morning but they changed the price a couple of hours ago to £687, and unfortunately its seems they havent got any phantom on upcoming deals today on the primeday. So I have to wait and/or continue my research for a reliable company with good prices. If you find anything please post it here.
    Kind Regards
    Peter
     
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    Cheers monkeychops for the feedback. Please keep us informed and I hope all goes well.
    I checked out SLR Hut reviews as well, and there are plenty of negative reviews about them also.
    It seems all their items are shipped from the USA.
    I think most people know that the majority of reviews do tend to be negative, as people seldom bother to report a positive experience.
     
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    DAMMIT. Your right
    I feel ripped off, but I have wanted a phantom so badly, I have had a look on a YouTube review, only difference is how far it will fly, at the moment I am scared of going over 80 feet so this will not worry me for a while
     
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