In celebration of all of the wonderful fathers around the world, Amazon and Potensic are coming together to unveil an impressive Father’s Day sale to bring the cost down on an array of Potensic’s fun-filled drones. There literally is something for every budget in this collection.

One of the great things about the exposure of these savings is that there is something for all tastes in here. The company is offering its D60 GPS-based drone complete with a 1080p camera with a whopping 50% off the original price. Alternatively, for something a little more ‘family friendly,’ there is the smaller A30 Mini Drone which is perfect for kids and younger adrenaline enthusiasts and which costs just $15.99. Hardly bank breaking and definitely exceptional value-for-money.

For those who love the idea of the miniature drone but who want something a little more capable, there is the A30W variant, which offers an onboard camera as well as an on-page coupon to lock-in even more discounts. If around about the $100 mark is the sweet spot financially, then Potensic and Amazon are also offering the T25 FPV GPS drone with 1080p recording capabilities and bundles of fun offered as standard.

The deals below will get you up and running in the world of fun and fulfilling drone activity and ownership in no time whatsoever and with hardly any financial outlay at all. Make sure to look through all of the options and find something that suits your financial restrictions as well as something that is going to give you the fun and frolics that you crave from a product of this nature.

Remember to take careful note of the discount codes which are associated with each product to ensure that you get the maximum discount offered via that code. For some of the models, there may also be an on-page coupon available on the product page which will bring about an even larger discount in celebration of Father’s Day 2019.

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