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Quad on gadget show now

Started by Gav, Monday,November 12, 2012, 20:11:19

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Gav

I think they';re going to fart about with a quad on rhe gadget show channel 5 after the break.  on now

Gav

Lol the dip stick nearly lost the expensive multirotor jobbie.

Gaza07

34 grand for that rubbish it wasnt even stable and why couldnt he do return home if it had gps instead of crashing it  :rofl:

Balders

dear oh dear what a pile of poo...did they just not show him it';s functions (ie rth?)
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Gav

Tuesday,November 13, 2012, 05:23:04 #4 Last Edit: Tuesday,November 13, 2012, 19:48:37 by Gav
I cannot see how they can justify 34 grand at all.  Assumimg that cost includes ground monitoring station and batteries and everything....some tasty profit to be had if you sell one.

XH558

That programme is so over produced and heavily scripted that the supposed off the cuff ';conversations'; between the prat in the Timmy Mallet glasses and the dumb bird were stilted and excruciating beyond belief  ;)

It made me cringe and I had to turn it off  :laugh:



eyeflying

I saw this too. Great marketing for Aibot - but £34k???? - how can they possibly justify this cost. It didn';t even have any failsafe or RTH when he lost the signal

BYOD

The whole thing was total crap..... I can';t believe the money on that system. My NAZA set up would have done better!

I';m sure it helped all the people looking to do work with these systems show just how "safe" they are   :banghead:

Mslater

Duvet - The quickest way to say Duck Down !

Mslater

He he, just left them a comment saying how shite it was.
Duvet - The quickest way to say Duck Down !

Gaza07

Nice one your comment has been published ive left one to but not sure if it will make it past the moderator  :rolleyes:  ~~

just re checked mine has been published to  :whistling:

Quote from: Mslater on Tuesday,November 13, 2012, 18:16:28
He he, just left them a comment saying how shi*te it was.

Mslater

They published yours as well.   LOL

The drone manufacturers website claims its impossible to crash. GUARANTEED is says    LOL
Duvet - The quickest way to say Duck Down !

Gaza07

Hmm they should add unless you work at channel 5  :rofl:

Quote from: Mslater on Tuesday,November 13, 2012, 19:52:59
They published yours as well.   LOL

The drone manufacturers website claims its impossible to crash. GUARANTEED is says    LOL