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pauly whitehead
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Is it better to remove the wings when not in flight?  When I fold the drone, the wings seam too close for comfort to the sensors.  Thanks for the feedback!

3-14 05:23
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Mavic57pro2
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I think you mean the props, I personally don't remove them, just be careful when putting the drone in its bag that you don't catch them.
3-14 06:45
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RK7dronzy
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I think you mean the drone arms, the front ones when folded do get close to the side sensor but the sensor is recessed anyway and the front arm's leg beneath the motor sticks out enough to give about 5mm clearane. I usually leave the arms open and out on display but when bagged i take the props off and store them in the prop storage compartment inbetween the batts/controllel and aircraft but not always.
3-14 07:39
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DAFlys
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I use a velcro strap to hold them in places if Im traveling but for normal storage nothing extra is needed.
3-14 09:17
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pauly whitehead
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RK7dronzy Posted at 3-14 07:39
I think you mean the drone arms, the front ones when folded do get close to the side sensor but the sensor is recessed anyway and the front arm's leg beneath the motor sticks out enough to give about 5mm clearane. I usually leave the arms open and out on display but when bagged i take the props off and store them in the prop storage compartment inbetween the batts/controllel and aircraft but not always.

I meant the propellers.  I guess I need a wing guard because they move around too much.
3-14 10:38
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pauly whitehead
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Mavic57pro2 Posted at 3-14 06:45
I think you mean the props, I personally don't remove them, just be careful when putting the drone in its bag that you don't catch them.

Yes, i meant props.  Sorry!
3-14 10:39
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kyalami
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I have no problems keeping the propellers on  the drone and keep them together in the bag that is used for the drone, batteries, remote controller and the charger.
3-14 11:03
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pauly whitehead
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kyalami Posted at 3-14 11:03
I have no problems keeping the propellers on  the drone and keep them together in the bag that is used for the drone, batteries, remote controller and the charger.

The bag that comes w/the fly more kit is kinda small.
3-14 14:20
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DJI Stephen
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Hello there pauly whitehead. Good day and thank you for the inquiry. In addition to this I will post a link where in you can check the DJI Mavic 2 disclaimer and safety guidelines ( https://dl.djicdn.com/downloads/ ... y_Guidelines_EN.pdf ). Thank you.
3-14 19:28
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xagoras
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pauly whitehead Posted at 3-14 14:20
The bag that comes w/the fly more kit is kinda small.

There are very good after market choises. Look for LowePro Droneguard bags for example.
3-14 22:31
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pauly whitehead
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DJI Stephen Posted at 3-14 19:28
Hello there pauly whitehead. Good day and thank you for the inquiry. In addition to this I will post a link where in you can check the DJI Mavic 2 disclaimer and safety guidelines ( https://dl.djicdn.com/downloads/Mavic_2/20180823/Mavic_2_Disclaimer_and_Safety_Guidelines_EN.pdf ). Thank you.

Hello Stephen!  Is there certain language in this documentation I should be referring too or keep it as a reference?
3-15 01:56
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pauly whitehead
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kyalami Posted at 3-14 11:03
I have no problems keeping the propellers on  the drone and keep them together in the bag that is used for the drone, batteries, remote controller and the charger.

3-15 03:03
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Paul_
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I have kept mine with blades on in the same bag as yours for about 2 years without any issues.  I did fine that when I put it in with the blades facing inward, as DJI shows in their insert, it seems to fit better.
3-15 12:26
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pauly whitehead
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Paul_ Posted at 3-15 12:26
I have kept mine with blades on in the same bag as yours for about 2 years without any issues.  I did fine that when I put it in with the blades facing inward, as DJI shows in their insert, it seems to fit better.

No pressure bends or cracks?  I'm going to buy the hard case as soon as I can.  Thanks!
3-15 13:18
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pauly whitehead Posted at 3-15 13:18
No pressure bends or cracks?  I'm going to buy the hard case as soon as I can.  Thanks!

Not any issues at all.
3-16 02:07
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