When Staaker was first announced back in August 2016, it appeared to be a clone of the partially-successful AirDog, but taking its extortionate price too a whole new level with an RRP of $1,795. Its price has now just dropped to a slightly more realistic $999 but does this drone represent value for money? Continue reading Staaker Drone Finally Drops Price, But Two Years Too Late
Following the downfall of Lily last week, drone pre-order projects are under pressure to deliver. We have reported on our concerns with Staaker in the past, but the company have also discreetly delayed their shipping date from December 2015 until May 2016. Continue reading Staaker Discreetly Delay Shipping And Clarify Customer Fund Protection
Following our prediction for Lily’s downfall three days before they shut their doors, it has emerged that the company has been investigated for months on the charge of misleading consumers through false-advertising. DroningON has been contacted as part of the investigation.
Today, emails were sent to Lily backers, informing them that the project had failed, refunds would be issued and that the founders were disappointed not to have been able to secure additional funds. Continue reading Lily Drone Project Cancelled Following $32m In Customer Orders
The drone market has felt a sudden rush of competition this year with Lily Camera, Staaker, Snap (Vantage Robotics) and Karma (GoPro) all fighting for preorder market share, but how does the new DJI Mavic Pro (available to order now) measure up against these aging campaigns, all of which are still yet to deliver? Continue reading DJI Mavic Pro Comparison With Lily, Snap, Karma and Staaker Drones