Happy Friday readers! The cascade of price drops continues in the run-up to Black Friday, and we’re certainly not complaining. The latest deal we thought you might enjoy is a 20 percent saving on the Force Flyers Drone.
There’s only so much fun you can get out of a standard drone before you decide to see how fast you can smash it into a tree. However, if your drone is easily and infinitely customizable, suddenly you’ve got a fun and ongoing project.
That’s exactly what the Force Flyers Drone offers. It may not be the sleekest looking machine in the sky, but that’s because you can use almost any building blocks to build it yourself. The dream of actually being able to fly your Lego is here, and there’s fun to be had. You can follow the user manual if you want to play it safe, or go off-script and build the wackiest flying contraption you can imagine.
Both building and flying the drone are beginner-friendly. On the flying side, a six-axis gyro ensures a smooth maneuvering, with auto-stabilization and crash-resistant plastic also keeping things easy.
There are four fun variants of this drone, which you can check out on the deal page. You’d usually pay $50 on the Force Flyers website, but right now you can get one from Tech Deals for only $39.99. If you order now then it ships in good time for Christmas too, though you might not want to be giving it away.
The deal ends on Sunday, so now’s the time to treat yourself. Hit the button below to find the offer.
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