“In the United States, the Federal Aviation Administration allows the use of recreational drones as long as they’re more than five miles from an airport, are flown at less than 400 feet and are within the operator’s sight. And while there’s been talk of creating a simplified registration process for those who buy drones, nothing has been decided regarding what, if any, rules may apply to recreational use in the future. (In Canada, recreational use is largely unregulated as well.)
That means you don’t have to worry, for example, about operating the new 7199-81 Remote Control Flying Drone from Leed’s. Designed for both novice and experienced users, it’s a fun way to take a brand to new heights.” ~ LEED’S Idea HUB
We have heard of these drones used for team building exercises. Also for use at trade-shows to build a little ‘overhead’ excitement at your event.
The imprint area of the 7199-81 Remote Control Flying Drone is on top of drone in the center panel, and 0.63″ H x 0.63″ W. Imprints have a two color max. We expect to see a lot of these marketing style drones in the near future, both as attention grabbing gadgets, and practical tools. So get ready for the invasion.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like more information on – or samples of – the 7199-81 Remote Control Flying Drone.