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EAN 3520410028939
REGISTERED: 11/04/17
UPDATED: 08/24/19

Parrot Airborne Cargo MiniDrone - Mars (White)


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  • Parrot Airborne Cargo MiniDrone - Mars (White) available on September 20 2018 from Amazon for 27.99
  • EAN bar code 3520410028939 ξ1 registered September 20 2018
  • Product category is Electronic
  • Manufacturered by Parrot Inc.
  • PF723301

  • Product color is Mars

  • Product weight is 0.14 lbs.
No FAA registration required Agile, cargo-ready MiniDrone with embedded VGA mini camera (480X640) Shock resistant and durable design makes it safe to perform acrobatic flips and stunts Includes compartments for holding small objects and a base for attaching items like mini figures or blocks Free Flight Mini app gives you ultimate control from your smartphone or tablet Removable lithium-polymer 550mAh battery lasts up to 9 minutes and recharges in 25 minutes (with 2.6A charger, not included) Meet your Airborne Cargo MiniDrone! Customize this MiniDrone by attaching mini figures and blocks. Release it into the air and the engines will immediately come to life. While in flight, take aerial photos using the built-in VGA camera (480X640) and 1GB flash memory. If the minidrone comes into contact with another object, the propeller circuit breaker engages to reduce potential damage. Download the FreeFlight 3 app to pilot Airborne Cargo from your smartphone or tablet. Fly for up to 9 minutes with one charge and reload in 25 minutes using a 2.6A charger (not included).

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    ^ Parrot Airborne Cargo MiniDrone - Mars (White), Parrot Inc.. Amazon. (revised Sep 2018)

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