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  1. Chris Macdonald

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    Does anyone have suggestions for dealers with good support? Live in Colorado, so West Coast dealer preferred.
     
  2. Gidrock

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    I live in the Seattle area but I still ordered from CarolinaDronz. Frank is really great about communication.
     
  3. DroneClone

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    Yuneec USA ! LOL !
     
  4. Pharkas

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    Drone mountain is on west coast
     
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  5. Johnny Cage

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  6. RC Tanks & Trucks 24/7

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  7. Chris McMillan

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    Not sure about great prices for Crazy Hobbies.... They're quoting $2099 with no mention of Wizard, I got mine at Hobbyman Fountain Gate, Vic. Their price $1999 and as far as I know still offering Wiz with preorders, and I believe they're worth about $250-300
     
  8. DroneClone

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    Man you guys pay up the nose there in Aussie!
     
  9. Chris McMillan

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    Tell me about it.... And don't start me on Apple.
     
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  10. DroneClone

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    I won't Chris, One bad Apple spoils the whole bunch, as the saying goes!
     
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  11. humboldt 707

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    Think of the logistics to get lipos down there,isn't there a ban on air shipment?D.C.
     
  12. DroneClone

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    Not for freight deliveries it's no problem, I am sure most large deliveries I am sure are going by boats
     
  13. humboldt 707

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    Really,that would have to be the case.cause good god lipos and such power everything anymore D.C..I feel good about the info you got,I feel for you a hundred and ten percent and of course agree,time to deliver!Test that Marco yet?
     
  14. DroneClone

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    I got my Marco Polo yesterday and mounted it on my P3, just waiting for this weekend to try it out, I did have my son hide it in the yard, and found it in 5 seconds! Just need the H to put my other one on!!
     
  15. humboldt 707

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    One real time experience myself,and boom!(or crash) and it paid for itself.
     
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  16. Pharkas

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    It is very pricey. Please do a range test with obstacles if you are able. If you give it a thumbs up I may have to make an investment. Right now I use "key finder" beepers in my Syma quads. Ive come down in tall hay fields and corn fields and the beeper is audible to about 50 ft. With amplifying earphones I could probably hear it even further if needed. Without the beepers I don't think I would have been able to find the uav's in those situations. You can walk right past in tall hay field and not see anything. In the Spring it is not much of an issue unless you have no idea where it went down.