Crazyflie + Crazyradio now available from german reseller

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Crazyflie + Crazyradio now available from german reseller

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For those of you located in .de and interested in acquiring a (second? third?) Crazyflie, I just saw that EXP Tech now resells them (probably directly from seeedstudio).
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Re: Crazyflie + Crazyradio now available from german reselle

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foosel wrote:For those of you located in .de and interested in acquiring a (second? third?) Crazyflie, I just saw that EXP Tech now resells them (probably directly from seeedstudio).
Great! Then the shipping time is a bit shorter :D

Yes, it's directly from Seeedstudio. since the last batch we did the Crazyflies and spare parts are now available for retailers as well.
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And now Watterott has them in stock as well. Looks like I won't be the only one with a Crazyflie at Makerfaire Germany in a couple of weeks I guess ;)
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Re: Crazyflie + Crazyradio now available from german reselle

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Nice going to the Makerfair! Don't forget to post some pictures on G+ for us that aren't so lucky :D

I've gotten the impression that quads are generally pretty popular in Germany. I've seen a couple of German companies make larger commercial ones (like microdrones and airrotormedia) and I remember reading somewhere that the German police uses quadcopters. We also get a lot of traffic from Germany and a while back we actually got an write up on the Spiegel site which was great.
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