DJI Mavic Pro February Update: Shipment ETA Now Back To 3-5 Days

The DJI Mavic Pro has been through a whirlwind of events since day one. This amazing foldable drone has been talked about not just for its amazing traits but also for its apparent supply issue. Needless to say, it looks like DJI was able to fix these concerns as the company is now listing the drone with a shorter shipment ETA.

DJI Mavic Pro Shipment Update, February 2017

Right now, if you order the Mavic Pro drone directly from DJI, you can get your order in as short as three days. Apparently, the company now lists the Mavic Pro with an estimated shipment date of 3-5 days from order confirmation. If you want the Mavic Pro combo instead, know that this product is listed with a 5-7 day shipping.

Take note however that this isn't the first time that DJI has changed the Mavic Pro's shipment schedule over the past weeks. Know that after the holiday season, the company has listed the DJI Mavic Pro with a longer seven to ten-day shipping. The shipment schedule was also then reduced to five to seven days. Eventually, the shipment was reduced to three to five days.

However, not long after DJI listed the Mavic Pro with a three to five days shipping, the company once again stretched the shipment schedule to up to fifteen days. Just a few days ago, the Mavic Pro was still listed with a 10-15 day shipping while the Mavic Pro Combo was listed with a 7-10 day shipping. It was only recently when the shipment days were reduced back to as short as three days.

DJI Mavic Pro 2017 Deals

Right now, the Mavic Pro is still priced at $999 at the DJI store. This amazing drone is also sold by other retailers at the same price. However, shipment time varies from reseller to reseller. Amazon says that their Mavic Pro drone usually ships within two to four weeks while B&H and Best Buy now marks the drone as unavailable. If you're planning to get the DJI Mavic Pro now, the best way to purchase it is via DJI.

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