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Should I buy an inspire 1?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by JonnyK, Aug 13, 2016.

  1. JonnyK

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    I've sold my P3A and recently purchased a second hand inspire, which I had to return after finding cracks in the plastic landing feet. I've come to the conclusion I should bite the bullet and buy a new one v2.0. My question is this, should I hold out a bit longer to see if there are any further price reductions before the release of the Inspire 2 (whenever that may be). I'm in the UK and found the cheapest at £1699 with free postage.
     
  2. mikeL

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    I have a feeling the I 2 will be quite expensive. I have just bought a Inspire 1 v2 from Heliguy and very happy with it.

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  3. JonnyK

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    Sorry my initial post is rather confusing, I want an Inspire 1 version 2, but wondering if the inspire 1's will drop further in price when the inspire 2 comes out?
     
  4. mikeL

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    Sorry mate I get it now. They might do a drop when the 2 is released but the don't seem to have drop the P3s again since the p4 was released

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  5. JonnyK

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    That's true, think I might grab one now. I'm without a drone at the moment and hate it, makes it worse that I got to fly an inspire for 10 mins but then had to return it . Awesome bits of kit.
     
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    I think it'll drop some. I wouldn't be surprised to see it around the 1600 USD mark... Still puts its above the price of a Phantom 4 so there wouldn't be any competition between the two and make it low enough priced for someone that wants to get a "pro" bird without dropping a mint...
     
  7. JonnyK

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    I wish we had US prices over here
     
  8. Simon Mallin

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    Given the fall of the value of the £GBP I suspect further discounts will be minimal in the UK. This is apparent with the current X5 discount which is £150 without lens (only £110 with ???) whereas it's €400 in the Eurozone.
     
  9. Mad_angler1

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    The Inspire won't drop any lower, also I completely agree any future replacement will be more than the original Inspire price, I would be predicting £3k area for the I2.

    The only thing that may drop is battery prices.
     
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  10. MarkLincs

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    Well if you want a discount code and want to save 5% or 5% on any item you order you can use my discount code

    Coptrz.com | Serious about drones

    These guys and the 5% code being markwing05

    or use it over the phone
     
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  11. JonnyK

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    Brilliant, thanks Mark. I've not seen them before, gave you used them in the past?
     
  12. MarkLincs

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    yea there a good bunch