Amazon is now selling the DJI Mini 3 drone for just $469, a price that makes this a deal you won’t want to risk missing out on.
Amazon would normally sell the DJI Mini 3 drone for around $560 which means that you can now save 16% and $90. Even better, you don’t need to do anything special if you want to benefit from that price either. Just place your order as you normally would and your new drone will be with you as soon as can be.
There are no discount codes or on-screen coupons, but we don’t know how long this deal is going to hang around for long so make sure to order now if you want to lock this special price in.
Buy: DJI Mini 3 – Lightweight and Foldable Mini Camera Drone from Amazon: $469 | Original price: $560
Lightweight and Compact: Mini 3 weighs under 249 g. Perfect for taking with you on your adventures, from hikes, road trips, and beach days.
Extended Battery Life: With up to 38 minutes of battery life, you can take Mini 3 out at every stop along the way or fly long flights without worrying about the battery.
At the time of writing, the DJI Mini 3 drone has more than 17,700 reviews on Amazon with a combined rating of 4.7 stars out of a passive five stars. This is a drone that is clearly popular, as well it should be. It can capture stunning 4K video with HDR support also included. You can, of course, take great still photos as well.
The drone can stay in the air for around 51 minutes on a single charge if you pick up the Intelligent Flight Battery Plus accessory.
Remember that this deal isn’t going to stick around for long, so place your order soon to make sure you won’t miss out.
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