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December 1, 2017

Fly the skies with the Spectre Drone for $80!

by John_A

Drones are hot right now and have been for a few years. There are drone racing competitions, tons of tricks you can do, and tons of footage you can shoot (drones are constantly used TV and film production now). People have been flying model airplanes for decades, but drones up the “coolness” factor and are often considerably less expensive than most flying model planes.

TRNDlabs’ Spectre Drone is an awesome mid-range drone that’s not necessarily for novices but certainly doesn’t require an expert hand to fly. It regularly retails for $149.99, but Android Central Digital Offers has it for $92.99. And right now, when you use code CYBER20, you can take an addition 20% off and get it for $79.99!

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The Spectre offers wonderful stability for anyone who isn’t a hardened, experience drone pilot. It features fly-assist features, including enhanced auto take-off and landing, and it can even hover so you can get awesome shots from any height you choose. It also has a range of 50 meters, so you can fly it the width of a football field and watch a live field the whole way using the companion app.

If you’re looking to get into drone flying or want to buy a gift for someone who does, the TRNDlabs Spectre Drone is an awesome way to get started, since it’s not so simple that it gets boring quickly and not so advanced that you need years of practice before take-off. Check it out at Android Central Digital Offers and be sure to use code CYBER20 to get it for $79.99.

See at Android Central Digital Offers

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