Drone World Releases the All-New Phantom 4 Executive Kit

Drone World’s newest Phantom 4 Executive Bundle is already a bestseller.

After months of testing the Phantom 4 and years of modifying DJI systems, it's with anticipation that Drone World announces the Phantom 4 Executive Kit. The kit is a fully loaded bundle that includes the Phantom 4 quadcopter plus premium upgrades, such as the recently leaked ‘fully internalized' remote control signal booster.

Drone World started shipments of the DJI Phantom 4 drone on April 1, but prepared its Executive Kit months before. The company's previous Phantom 3 Executive Kit was a bestseller across the nation. And it was that Phantom 3 Executive Kit that set the benchmark for premium DJI Phantom kits.
"This offering has no equal," says Drone World CEO Stephen McKenna. "We knew our Phantom 3 Executive Bundle was a game-changer and our new Phantom 4 bundle now has the most innovative radio control system in the world. It has two massive signal boosters that are built directly into the remote controller, a tried and true panel antenna, and a sophisticated cooling system that are all powered from an ultra-efficient internal battery. Our signal booster is the cleanest, most reliable, and to some, the most mysterious piece of engineering marvel in the industry. We have already gotten numerous people asking how we did it!"
McKenna couldn't help but compare that curiosity to another tech marvel: "This reminds me of a story I read in the paper: Honda bought a new Tesla Model S P90D because it wanted to figure out Tesla's secrets. I'm sure more than a few competitors are interested in taking apart our system."
The Phantom 4 Executive Kit includes the following Phantom 4 accessories:
> A Phantom 4 drone
> Drone World Signal Boosting System
> Nanuk 950 wheeled hard case w/ custom foam insert
> Portable battery charger
> L-Series Premium Lens Filter Kit
> 16 GB and 64 GB MicroSD cards
> Phone or tablet sun hood
> And remote lanyard
Each Phantom 4 Executive Kit includes a free mini-drone, normally priced at $29. Drone World offers multiple upgrades, as well, including accident insurance, pre-installed Phantom 4 firmware, specialized Phantom 4 FPV goggles plus HDMI module (with installation), GPS tracker, a 64 GB MicroSDHC memory card with USB 3.0 reader, and a military-grade backpack.
The Phantom 4 Executive Kit by Drone World starts at $2,619. Customers can see the kit in its entirety at: http://www.drone-world.com/phantom-4-bundle-kits
About Drone World: http://www.Drone-World.com is the Web's preferred destination for consumer and professional unmanned aerial drones, drone kits, and drone accessories. Drone-World.com combines superior customer service and know-how with over 5 years of drone experience and 10 years of web sales and service. They specialize in custom DJI Phantom bundle kits, including the highly popular DJI Phantom 3 kit, the OSMO kit, the Inspire 1 kit, and the newly released DJI Phantom 4 kit and DJI Phantom 4 bundle.

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