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I want to buy a drone!

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Guys I need help from all you drone enthusiasts. I want this DJI Mavic. It looks bad *** as ****.
I like it cause it looks like i can fly it inside (maybe) You guys think these are batter then a phantom 4?
Whats the better buy here.
Cheers guys

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The djI f450 is good and when you crash you can replace the bits trust me you will crash at some point every one does, so you may want to also see if everything on that one can be taken apart and replaced easily and at a fair price.

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my advice start cheap and small and work your way up, like the article suggests.


The DJI Mavic Pro is not a toy that’s meant to be learned on and bashed around… this is a precise technical instrument meant for serious business. So if you’re looking for a drone with training wheels head over to our Hubsan 107D review for a good beginner’s drone and save yourself a cool $1000.

trust me you will crash it a lot while learning especially if flying indoors, but that looks like a great drone to get, no idea if it's "better" than a phantom 4 though so here's a comparison of both. :-  http://myfirstdrone....4-drone-better/



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