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    Default Bunnings and Drones

    I see Bunnings are now selling Drones
    Experienced in removing the tree from the furniture

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    wonder if they will eventually be cheaper (on one sample i looked at, JBHIFI $1999, Bunnings $1998, so no)
    It certainly opens up the market to places that probably didn't have the option before. Imagine being able to take it back to the local shed versus buying on the web and getting it delivered.

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    How else are all the instagram builders going to film their creations

    I want one now!


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    my son bought a drone.
    he has a two story house, he was trying out the drone sitting in the lounge, ( yes, why would you )he was flying it up and down the stairs and round the lounge, he flew it in to the tv, so now no telly. (watching telly is crap anyway )
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    Quote Originally Posted by rod1949 View Post
    I see Bunnings are now selling Drones
    Isn't slave trading illegal? And what will they do when they run out of staff?

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    Made in china drones ?? I would rather a Vicmarc if it is.

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    Thinking that Bunnings is similar to our Home Depot or Lowes, a drone seems like an odd product to stock.

    But I'm not in Oz so what do I know ? . . . .
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