Black Friday drone deals to catch this week

If you’re in the market for a drone, there are some serious savings buzzing around this week

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If you have been looking around for a beginner drone (opens in new tab) or budget drone (opens in new tab), or if you’re thinking about upgrading your current model to a more advanced product and want to get the best drone (opens in new tab) you can for your cash - or even if you’re considering getting a kid’s drone (opens in new tab) as a Christmas present - then this weekend is excellent time to bag a bargain. 

The Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales (opens in new tab) are cranking now, and there are bargains to be had on all kinds of drones, from advanced models for experienced pilots to absolute novices and children. Following are a selection of great drone deals that are live right now.

DJI Mini 2: £419 (opens in new tab)

DJI Mini 2: £419 £369 in the Very Black Friday sales (opens in new tab)

The tiny DJI Mini 2 features very prominently in both our best beginner drone and general best drone guides, with our expert reviewer raving about everything from its confidence-inspiring flight characteristics and rock-steady reliability to its plethora of in-flight safety tech and brilliant collection of pilot aids. This week you can save a tidy £50 on this pocket rocket - one of the very best drones out there.

DJI FPV Combo: £959 (opens in new tab)

DJI FPV Combo: £959 £859 in the DJI Black Friday sale (opens in new tab)

Save a further £100 on an already excellent deal for this combo, which includes an almost frighteningly tech-filled FPV product from the leading manufacturer of top-quality drones, offering, what our expert reviewer describes as ‘a sensational introduction to the thrills and spills of immersive first-person view flight’.

Autel Evo Nano+: $949 (opens in new tab)

Autel Evo Nano+: $949 $659 in Autel Robotic’s Black Friday sale (opens in new tab)

Winner of a T3 Platinum Award, we consider the Autel Evo Nano+ to be the best sub-250g camera drone on the market, with superb 3-way obstacle avoidance and an excellent camera delivering stunning 4K video and sensational 50MP stills. Save yourself a bundle by buying it at source in Autel's Black Friday sales this week.

PowerVision PowerEgg X Wizard: €1,149 (opens in new tab)

PowerVision PowerEgg X Wizard: €1,149 €869 in PowerVision’s Black Friday sale (opens in new tab)

The magical PowerVision PowerEgg X Wizard can fly in all weathers, float on water and be used as a ground-based stabilised camera with face recognition technology… what more do you want? It certainly impressed our expert reviewer, and at the moment it’s available at a reduced price from source in in PowerVision’s Black Friday sale. 

Potensic A20W Mini Drone: £59.99 (opens in new tab)

Potensic A20W Mini Drone: £59.99 £47.73 in the Amazon Black Friday sales (opens in new tab)

The ace Potensic A20W ranks amongst the very best drones for kids available at the moment, especially if they’re keen on taking up aerial videography and photography. A big step up from its camera-less toy stablemate, the Potensic A20, it boasts a 480p camera and is easy to fly because it features altitude hold technology for rock-steady indoor flight.

Eachine E58 PRO WIFI FPV: $119.99 (opens in new tab)

Eachine E58 PRO WIFI FPV: $119.99 $74.99 in the Eachine Black Friday sales (opens in new tab)

A toy drone that’s great value for money, comes equipped with a 1080P camera and features an ‘altitude hold' system which helps stay fairly level in windless conditions, the Eachine E58 already features in our best cheap drone guide, and you can save even more on it this week. Be warned, though, it does take a bit of practise to master, and isn’t great in windy conditions.

Pat Kinsella
Editor T3 Outdoors

Pat Kinsella has been chasing adventures and writing about the outdoors for two decades. In pursuit of stories he’s canoed Canada’s Yukon River, climbed Mont Blanc and Kilimanjaro, skied and mountain biked across the Norwegian Alps, run ultras across the roof of Mauritius and through the hills of the Himalayas, and set short-lived speed records for trail-running Australia’s highest peaks and New Zealand’s nine Great Walks. A former editor of several Australian magazines he’s a longtime contributor to publications including Sidetracked, Outdoor, National Geographic Traveller, Trail Running, The Great Outdoors, Outdoor Fitness and Adventure Travel, and a regular writer for Lonely Planet (for whom he compiled, edited and co-wrote the Atlas of Adventure, a guide to outdoor pursuits around the globe). He’s authored guides to exploring the coastline and countryside of Devon and Dorset, and recently wrote a book about pub walks (opens in new tab). Follow Pat's adventures on Strava (opens in new tab).