Exciting DJI and JJRC Coupons at TOMTOP
TOMTOP is currently offering a few good coupon deals for some highly popular DJI and JJRC products. The list includes a few DJI Mavic Pro kits, DJI Phantom 3, JJRC H37 and JJRC H47. This is a wide price range, I would say, covering the sub-$100 toy drone segment all the way up to the class-leading Mavic Pro.
The following is a summary of the coupons on offer:
- JJRC H37 Baby Elfie with two extra batteries (10$ off / coupon code TTH3710)
- JJRC H47 with two extra batteries ($45.99 during flash sales)
- DJI Mavic Pro 13-in-1 combo ($50 off / coupon code TT0087)
- DJI Mavic Pro Fly More Combo with hard shell backpack and shoulder bag ($50 off / coupon code TT0081)
- DJI Mavic Pro Fly More Combo with faux carbon fiber hardshell backpack and shoulder bag ($50 off / coupon code TT0083)
- DJI Phantom 3 SE (special discount during flash sales)
- DJI Phantom 3 SE with hard shell backpack ($70 off / coupon code TT0104)
- DJI Phantom 3 SE with two extra OEM batteries ($60 off / coupon code TT0103)
- DJI Phantom 3 SE with two extra OEM batteries and hard shell backpack ($50 off / coupon code TT0105)
The most advanced drone in the list above is obviously the DJI Mavic Pro and TOMTOP is offering 3 combos with each combo given a $50 discount if you use the specified coupon codes. The two most expensive combos for the Mavic Pro cost $1270 after discount and each offer a backpack and shoulder bag along with the standard Fly More Combo accessories. The first combo offers a polycarbonate backpack while the second one offers backpack with faux carbon fiber finishing. All other accessories in these two combos are the same.
If you’re not willing to splash some good money on DJI’s finest folding drone, there is still the Phantom 3 Standard Edition which is still a good aerial photography drone by today’s standards. As the saying goes — old is gold.
TOMTOP is offering up to 3 Phantom 3 SE kits with discounts from $50 to $70. Two of the kits in the list above come with two extra OEM batteries. If you’re not sure what OEM (original equipment manufacturer) means, it is another way of describing products that are not original but rather products that are made to match the original product specifications. For less than $700, you can get a Phantom 3 SE with three batteries. This is not bad a deal for a drone that still takes decent aerial photos and videos.
If you’re not keen on spending much, the two JJRC drones — the H37 and H47 are worth checking out. The H37 Baby Elfie is the mini version of the H37 Elfie and costs less than $50 and comes with two extra batteries while the H47 (pictured above) is a DJI Spark look-alike that costs a bit more. Both drones are capable of taking 2MP stills and HD 720P videos — not exactly professional specs but good enough for social media.