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  1. SCAPBT

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    Whats up everyone?
    Has anyone encountered rain yet with the H? If so how did it adapt/fly?
     
  2. DefaultIT

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  3. DroneClone

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    Personally I stay away from it, even if it has a mild chance at take off. I saw what it did to my P2 and will not chance it again!
     
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  4. Bwdubb

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    Don't fly in the rain not good at all, Cpl ....what branch
     
  5. SCAPBT

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    Not in any more.
    Honorably Discharged
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  6. Bwdubb

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    Same here Combat Veteran 24 Years Msgt
     
  7. Paladin

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    Thank you both for your service!
    Also thank you to any other members who have served.
     
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  8. glider

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    Once the warranty is off, the H electronics gets waterproofed.
     
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  9. Dragonflyerthom

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    LOL
     
  10. Hal

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    Say we have no choice but to fly in the rain--- Contracted work, public safety, etc. Just asking -- The H is NOT water proofed and will fail correct?
     
  11. James Wester

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    I believe you would be rt. Hal the vents are there to keep it cool not dry. Just saying lol.
     
  12. DroneClone

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    You always have a choice in anything in life, it is in no ways waterproof and flying even in fog will short your bird out in a heartbeat!, If you can afford to throw away $1,300 bucks then do it! Just my 2 cents!