Gifts Ideas for the Drone Lover

Know someone who loves their drone? 

Well, the good news is that not all drone gifts need to cost the earth and you’re sure to delight your UAV drone enthusiast with one of these.  Also, if you want to drop a subtle hint for your Christmas or birthday list, then we’re not judging!

1 – No Such Thing as Too Many Drones

If this is the motto of the drone pilot in your life, then look no further for their perfect t-shirt.  It’s available in a number of different colours but we like the black one for its retro Space Invaders vibe.

Amazon Drone T-Shirt

If you’ve got a more experienced pilot, then you could make it a double present by adding in this ‘commonly asked questions’ shirt.  Might save a big of time when they’re flying and folk get curious.

Amazon Drone T-Shirt

2 – The Drone Pilot’s Handbook

Whether someone has already purchased or is thinking of buying a drone, then this is the perfect gift.  You can never have too much knowledge and this book presents lots of essential drone info in an easy to read format that might save some expensive accidents later on.

The Drone Pilot’s Handbook

3 – Wind Speed Meter

Combine a cool gadget with something that’s really essential kit for a pilot at any level.  This anemometer combines a thermometer, air flow wind speed meter and \Beaufort Wind Scale bar graph to allow your drone pilot to assess the conditions precisely before they fly.

Wind Speed Meter

4 – Stainless Steel Insulated Drone Travel Mug

Many drone pilots will go to the ends of the earth to get that perfect shot, even if it means shivering at sunrise in any amount of muddy fields.  Keep them wide awake and toasty warm with this insulated stainless steel drone themed travel mug – perfect for taking the edge off the morning chill with a steaming hot mug of coffee.

Drone Mug

5 – Portable Drone Landing Pad

Sometimes, you have to launch and land your drone on terrain that isn’t all that flat and that can risk some damage to props.  This portable drone landing pad means that you always have the perfect spot to bring down your craft, comes with plastic nails to peg it into place and a little carry case designed to slip neatly into your equipment box.

Drone Landing Pad


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