- Dec 2, 2018
- Reaction score
I might be going back to kav tomorrow after I speak to them in the morning. At least they have a repair shop which parrot does not! No more drones from them.
Cheaper that way. No training costs, no tax or work comp O/H, no payroll tax load, perhaps lower wages, and certainly lower cost per square foot of floor space. All Yuneec provides is a couple people for phone calls and chat replies. They don’t even need to maintain an executive mgmt team. With so little to manage it can all be done remotely from home.
I would suggest this.I wonder how much money they have tied up in my issue. We're up to 8 shippings, 2 warranty repair costs, and 2 radios.
My reaction may be a bit knee jerk, but coming from a technical maintenance background I have a low tolerance for stupid. Two screw ups like that in a row is just beyond stupid and KAV needs to get their act together.
It gets worse. They did a board replacement on a 920. When they put it back together they failed to secure the FC to the board in any way. It was just laying on top. There were some electrical connection chafing issues as well. The owner voided his repair warranty by opening it up but he’s glad he did.
Failing to secure a flight controller assures a crash is imminent.
Spoke to kav this morning and had a good experience.