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Stop Way Over Paying for Drones Not Proven Safe

None of the drones being sold today have passed any sort of FAA safety test and proven themselves to be safe to fly. They are not even built to approved aeronautical standards. So we do we continue to spend so much money on these drones?

What if Your Drone Was Disposible?

Instead of spending thousands on drones that are built to a standard no better than a toy, what if you just bought a bunch of these drones instead?

RG-101 – 6K HD camera, 25 minute flight time, comes with case and supplies – $59.39

Stop Way Over Paying For Drones Not Proven Safe

S2 – 6K HD, 25 minute flight time, comes with case and supplies – $72

Stop Way Over Paying For Drones Not Proven Safe

There are plenty of inexpensive drone models out there that are not certified safe to fly like DJI and others. So why waste thousands of dollars when you can spend less than $100 to get a drone?

Buy Straight From Manufacturer

If you’d like to waste a bunch of time looking at drones, click here and search for drone.

It’s Not Exactly the Same

These inexpensive drones are not exactly the same as you would purchase from a more prominent drone manufacturer. However, they are exactly the same when it comes to safety and confidence in the hardware.

Save the budget until the new airworthiness type certified drones hit the market. Until then, buy cheap.

About Steve Rhode

The Public Safety Flight website is dedicated to news, honest information, tips, and stories about the use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), UAVs, aircraft, and drones in the fire service and other public safety niches. The site was founded by Steve Rhode, an FAA-certificated airplane commercial and instrument certificated pilot and a very experienced Part 107 UAS commercial pilot. Steve is the Chief Pilot with the Wake Forest Fire Department and the North Carolina Public Safety Drone Academy. He also provides expert advice to drone pilots through Homeland Security Information Network and he is an FAA Safety Team drone expert. Steve loves to work closely with public safety pilots to answer questions and share information, real-world truth, and drone operation advice. You can contact Steve here, learn more about Steve here, or join his public safety pilot private email list here.

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