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Attention Canadians

Post by dante1 » 18 Aug 2013, 23:20

This message is to all Canadians or to people that have friends or family in Canada.

TheSource.ca has refurbished AR-Drone 2.0 for $165.00. I ordered them in the past and they are as good as new. The are factory refurbished, so you know you are getting a product that went through a certain QC. And is excellent for spare parts.

Here is the website.http://www.thesource.ca/estore/product. ... ct=9992530
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Re: Attention Canadians

Post by pbody2013 » 19 Aug 2013, 05:20

Thanks!
"It seems to be flying alright, but it's making a funny noise"

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Re: Attention Canadians

Post by dragonash » 19 Aug 2013, 15:46

thats pretty freekin cool.
if anything, you can always use it for spare parts on the cheap!

motors - 34.95 each
stock gears - 15.95
nav board - 52.95
main board - 92.95
main body (bottom) 46.95
outdoor hull - 15.95
central cross - 29.95

... you catch my drift.
Hell, I might grab one right now

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Re: Attention Canadians

Post by dante1 » 19 Aug 2013, 19:36

dragonash wrote:thats pretty freekin cool.
if anything, you can always use it for spare parts on the cheap!

motors - 34.95 each
stock gears - 15.95
nav board - 52.95
main board - 92.95
main body (bottom) 46.95
outdoor hull - 15.95
central cross - 29.95

... you catch my drift.
Hell, I might grab one right now
I bought two :D
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Re: Attention Canadians

Post by dragonash » 19 Aug 2013, 19:44

i just came back from vaca so im tight on the budget again for a bit.
but do they sell to the US?

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Re: Attention Canadians

Post by dante1 » 19 Aug 2013, 20:10

dragonash wrote:i just came back from vaca so im tight on the budget again for a bit.
but do they sell to the US?
I don't think so. You can always call them.
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Re: Attention Canadians

Post by dragonash » 19 Aug 2013, 21:53

bah, just tried to checkout one. nothing for the US.
Brookstone only seems to sell refurbed v1's

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Re: Attention Canadians

Post by OrokaSempai » 20 Aug 2013, 18:35

I just came to post this! Nice thing is I work for the Source and get 15% off even the referb price ;) Now to convince the wife of why I need a second!

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Re: Attention Canadians

Post by dante1 » 20 Aug 2013, 20:00

OrokaSempai wrote:I just came to post this! Nice thing is I work for the Source and get 15% off even the referb price ;) Now to convince the wife of why I need a second!
Showoff!!
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Re: Attention Canadians

Post by OrokaSempai » 20 Aug 2013, 22:24

think that is bad, I bring my drone to work, and on nice days play with it in the parking lot on company hours :lol:

Brought it in today, little too windy :/ Instead, im doing 'product research' here :D

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Re: Attention Canadians

Post by pbody2013 » 21 Aug 2013, 01:16

None left now
"It seems to be flying alright, but it's making a funny noise"

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Re: Attention Canadians

Post by dragonash » 23 Aug 2013, 19:00

there is always ebay
I saw a used one for $150 buy it now price

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Re: Attention Canadians

Post by Genious68 » 26 Aug 2013, 17:16

OrokaSempai wrote:think that is bad, I bring my drone to work, and on nice days play with it in the parking lot on company hours :lol:

Brought it in today, little too windy :/ Instead, im doing 'product research' here :D
Not to be a one-upper, but I've brought mine into work and flown it all over (It's a giant department store in downtown Toronto. Of curse I don't do it when the store is open but the urge is very strong.

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Re: Attention Canadians

Post by dante1 » 26 Aug 2013, 20:48

dragonash wrote:there is always ebay
I saw a used one for $150 buy it now price
Problem with used is you don't know how it was handled.
This is factory refurbished and it even has the plastic on the hull and it comes with a guarantee.
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Re: Attention Canadians

Post by OrokaSempai » 03 Sep 2013, 18:00

Genious68 wrote:
OrokaSempai wrote:think that is bad, I bring my drone to work, and on nice days play with it in the parking lot on company hours :lol:

Brought it in today, little too windy :/ Instead, im doing 'product research' here :D
Not to be a one-upper, but I've brought mine into work and flown it all over (It's a giant department store in downtown Toronto. Of curse I don't do it when the store is open but the urge is very strong.

lol, I have flown mine in our store... blows things of shelves XD Flown tons of helicopters, and a Litehawk Quattro and a Estes Dart. All while the store is open! Not busy... but it certainly gets customers interest.

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