How to look after your DJI Phantom 2 drone or quadcopter
Drones, UAV's or quadcopters are fragile at the best of times. A simple bad landing, poor flying skills or just leaving it lying around can cause all manner of problems. I heartily recommend hard cases for drones as opposed to the weaker ones that the drones tend to arrive in.
It's not just that you may damage the propellers, gimbal or Go Pro camera, it could be more serious than that.
What if you loosen or damage a prop or break one of the motors? You may not realise until the Phantom (or any UAV come to that) is in the sky and by then it is too late.
If one of these falls from the sky it could cause all manner of damage to people and/or property. Worse still, if you are not insured you could be in serious trouble.
So, make sure you invest in a decent carry case like this one from HPRC that is purely designed and built for the Phantom 2 range of quadcopters.
Just for the record, I owned one of these hard cases for my drone when I had the DJI Phantom 2. It was so good, I have now bought one for my DJI Inspire 1 drone and it is superb!