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Parrot AR Drone for Sale

Updated on February 1, 2011

Buying the Parrot AR.Drone from Amazon is your best bet because it's easy, they offer free shipping and it will arrive at your door in just a couple of days.

Whether you are a techno geek, an RC toy nut, or you just love to play, the Parrot AR Drone is one of the coolest toys ever. This amazing toy uses your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad as a remote control so that you can steer this quadricopter anywhere. What's even cooler is that all of this technology is so advanced that the onboard micro-computer, the camera and the wi-fi transmitter can all give you a real time control and updates so you feel like you are the drone.

Since its release back in September you can find the Parrot AR drone for sale in a number of locations. Check out our tips on getting this coolest gadget ever at a great price.

Where to Buy Parrot AR Drone

Now that more and more people are finding out about the Parrot Augmented Reality Drone, they are looking for where to buy it.  Seeing as this is a high end gadget-like toy, there a number of consumer electronics retailer that will no doubt be selling the AR drone cheap. 

If you' re looking to buy Parrot AR Drone online and are searching for the best price, I've done a little bit of research on this.  While there are a few hobby shops that are just now getting around to offering it online, by far the best place to buy the Parrot Drone is on Amazon.  They have free shipping, great customer support and it will be at your door in three days or less. 

Parrot AR Drone Price

The Parrot AR Drone price can fluctuate a bit depending on where you buy it.  I know that when I was researching where to buy the AR Drone, the price was just under 300 dollars.  While this may seem a bit steep you have to realize that this is the ultimate geek tech toy and that there are numerous high-tech devices on there.  It comes with a computer board built in and a new system board will cost 100 dollars, then there are the shafts, gears, central cross, body set…the components definitely add up quickly.  But is the Parrot AR Drone worth the price?  Well, at least 55 of the 68 reviewers on Amazon seem to think so. 

So if you are going to buy Parrot AR Drone for yourself or as gift for a tech loving friend, a little bit of caution will go a long way to having the coolest toy for a long time.


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