DJI Phantom 3 for Sale
There are so many different things in life that will make you stop and think about where to go to get them. Mundane things like gas or watermelon or a new pair of shoes. If you know there is a cheap gas station across town, you will probably pass by 6 other gas stations on your way there to save some money. If you’re looking for watermelon, you might end up choosing one grocery store over another because this one has that dip you like. And you might choose one shoe store over another because of their awesome customer service. The same is true when you are looking at drones for sale.
If you want the DJI Phantom 3, there are several places that sell it but it’s up to you to figure out which dealer is going to help you out the most. There are a few important things to consider like price, customer service, return services, and repair services.
The Phantom 3 has only been out for a little more than a month so most places will be selling it for about the same price, which is $999 for the Advanced model and $1,259 for the Professional model. Even so, you really want to watch out for shipping prices. Some dealers may charge you extravagant prices to ship it while others may offer you free shipping.
Even if a dealer is offering free shipping and a discount on the Phantom 3, you still need to be aware of other factors that go into buying something as complex and expensive as a drone. One is customer service. I can’t even tell you how many reviews I’ve seen online of people who were generally happy with their drone became absolutely disgusted with their drone experience because the dealer they bought theirs through had terrible customer service and was not at all helpful in resolving issues. With poor customer service, you could end up investing thousands of dollars in a drone only to have an issue arise and not be able to resolve it. This could cost you time, money, and even your drone. But with good customer service, you may find help with things you didn’t even know you needed help with.
Another thing to think about is the return service. You may think at first that there wouldn’t be any need to return your drone in the first place so why worry about a return service. But, it might be that the drone is damaged in some way when you get it and so, after finally trying it out over the weekend, you need to return it. If the dealer has a terrible return service and only lets you return it after 3 days (if that), you could be in serious trouble.
You also want to think about repair services. There are several dealers that have the Phantom 3 for sale that also have teams who will fix your drone no matter what the damage—as long as you bought your drone through them (such as DJI itself). Drones are powerful and fly through the air. It only makes sense that yours might become damaged at some point by flying into a tree or something. Beginners luck sometimes isn’t very lucky and you want to make sure that your drone will be fixed if it gets a little torn up on its first flight.
If you check for all of these things in the dealer you hope to buy from, you are much more likely to enjoy your experience with the DJI Phantom 3.
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