DJI Mavic Pro Orders From Third-party Retailers May Still Be Unfulfilled

The DJI Mavic Pro has had its fair share of customer criticisms when it first failed to ship on time. Right after DJI has unveiled this foldable drone, the company set a mid-October release for the early Mavic Pro pre-orders. However, DJI wasn't able to meet this goal thus frustrating a bunch of its buyers. Nevertheless, the company eventually apologized and they also stretched the release date to up to seven weeks.

With that, DJI was able to get a handle on their massive orders as they put their production in full speed. When the holiday rush came to an end, the company was able to reduce the Mavic Pro delivery time to as short as 3-5 days. Needless to say, the big question that remains is whether or not all pending orders from the "critical days" were shipped or not.

DJI Mavic Pro Pending Orders

We have posted about DJI's new shipping schedules in the past weeks and our posts have seen quite a number of response from supposed Mavic Pro buyers who haven't received their orders yet. Most of these people ordered months ago and most of these orders were made from third-party sellers. There are people who ordered as far back as September and there are people who are seeing a shipment ETA as far away as March. With that said, while DJI seems to already have a handle on their own orders, their resellers are still in a rut. Hopefully, the company is able to ship enough units to their third-party vendors so as to avoid frustrations on the customers' ends.

DJI Mavic Pro Current Orders

Right now, DJI lists the Mavic Pro with a very short delivery schedule of 3-5 days. This is actually not the first time that the Mavic Pro's shipment ETA has been reduced. Within this month, the company has changed the drone's delivery date from 7-10 days to 5-7 days and now, it is listed with 3-5 days shipment.

 

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