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TL; DR: Starting August 16, you can get the Global Drone 4K Platinum version(opens in a new tab) for only $98.95 with code DRONE — it’s a 17% discount.


There might be an easy way to have fun outside this summer(opens in a new tab) without leaving the comfort of the shade. It might be too hot to go for a run, but what about a flight? A compact drone could be a great way to experience the outdoors without breaking a sweat. For a limited time, the Platinum Global 4K Camera Drone is only $98.95 (Reg. $119) with code DRONE.

Hit the skies in the summer

The Global Drone is a compact quadcopter(opens in a new tab) which can stream directly to your phone and capture high quality photos and videos. If you want to take a break from indoors in front of a screen all summer, this drone could offer a fun way to get outdoors without requiring too much physical activity.

There are many ways to have fun with a drone like this. You can get the big picture using the 4K camera, which streams directly to your phone when mounted on the controller. As long as you stay about 164 feet away from your drone, you can maintain a live view of your flight. Fly, flip or float using the precise flight controls. Capture dynamic video while maneuvering or standing still with Altitude Hold mode for steady footage.

If there’s a hiking area or landscape you want to see from above, this handheld drone could be a great way to reach it. Using the included controller, you’ll have a flight range of approximately 328 feet, allowing you to capture remarkable footage you might otherwise never have seen. And with 15 minutes of flight time per charge, you could have plenty of opportunities to explore the world from above.

A 4K drone for less than $100

Fly away this summer. For a limited time, you can get the Global Drone 4K Platinum version(opens in a new tab) for just $98.95 (Reg. $119) with code DRONE.

Prices subject to change.

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