Black Friday is an excellent time to snag some pretty significant discounts on expensive electronics, and that includes drones from DJI. Wellbots is offering an exclusive discount on theDJI Mavic 2 Pro droneforVergereaders. It’s normally priced at $ 1, 729, but you can save
$ 350$ 370 when you enter the codeDRONEVERGEat checkout. That leaves you with a price of $ 1, 359, and if you live outside of New York state, you won’t be charged any sales tax on the purchase. The deal should last through Cyber Monday, or as long as supplies last.
When he reviewed it last year,Vergevideo director Vjeran Pavic said the DJI Mavic 2 Pro produces great video footage and photos, even if you’re not an experienced photographer or videographer.
The DJI Mavic 2 Pro is fitted with a Hasselblad camera, which Vjeran said captures color well. It shoots HDR and has a hyperlapse feature that creates a video after you select the length of the intervals and the duration of the entire video. The drone reliably transmits video to your device so that you could edit video from your phone, and it has a battery life of about half an hour. Vjeran also found it easy to fly, with good obstacle avoidance and even autonomous modes, which makes it easier to focus on getting the footage you want.
The Vergeran an exclusive offer on this drone earlier this year, and you may have noticed that this price is actually a little higher . Due to the US tariff on certain products made in China,DJI significantly raised the prices of their products, bumping this particular drone from $ 1, 499 to $ 1, 729. For our readers, Wellbots has reduced the cost as close to this original discount as it could. And with this code, it handilybeats the prices set at other retailers, like Amazon.
Lastly, if you want theDJI Mavic 2 Pro drone bundled with the Smart Controllerthat makes it easier to control, you can get that for
$ 1, 779$ 1, 759 (usually $ 2, 199) with the offer codeVERGEBUNDLEat checkout.
Updated at 8: 40 AM ET, November 23 RD:Wellbots has decided to drop the price even further for Verge readers who might be considering either the standalone drone, or the Smart Controller bundle.