Are you ready to upgrade your drone but don’t know what to do with your old one? DSLRPros wants your used UAVs and equipment and we are ready to pay for them! When you sell your drone to DSLRPros, you have the option of being paid in-store credit which can be used to buy a new drone or you can be paid in CASH.
The consumer and enterprise-level drone market is rapidly expanding and new technology is being incorporated into these amazing drones every year. Keep up with the latest advancements and make sure your drone is ready for anything by selling us your old equipment and upgrading to new gear from DSLRPros.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
STEP 1: Unregister your drone with the FAA. Remove any sensitive data from the aircraft and the controller. Add the trade-in item to your cart and complete the checkout process. Safely package your drone and ship to DSLRPros with your order number written on the outside of the box.
DSLRPros Trade-In [YOUR ORDER NUMBER HERE]
19850 Nordhoff Pl
Chatsworth, CA 91311
STEP 2: Our trained and experienced technicians examine your drone inside and out. The value of the drone is determined by its operational hours, the condition of key components, and the current retail price of the drone.
STEP 3: A DSLRPros associate will notify you of the condition and value of your drone. You then have the option of receiving a direct payment for the value of the drone OR store credit. Please note that store credit will always be of higher value.
STEP 4: If you decide that you want to finish the transaction DSLRPros will authorize your payment and if you choose to upgrade to a new drone, we will help you select the right product with the latest technology and flight capabilities.
Q: My drone works just fine. Why should I sell it?
A: As drone technology advances, the drones themselves become safer, more efficient, and more capable. Upgrading to a newer model drone ensures that you have the most up-to-date equipment. Newer drones have advanced flight systems, obstacle avoidance technology, and powerful data processing capabilities. By selling us your drone, you make the process of upgrading to a new drone easier and more financially viable.
Q: What are the advantages of selling my drone to DSLRPros?
A: By selling your drone to DSLRPros, you ensure that you are getting the fairest price for your drone. Our technicians know how to evaluate the health of a drone and how to reward users who have taken care of their equipment. DSLRPros also offers exceptional value in the form of store credit which can be used to purchase new drones.
Q: What if I think my drone is worth more than is offered?
A: Customers have the option to decline DSLRPros’ offer for their drone. In this event, customers are responsible for the price of return shipping.
Q: Should I ship my drone in a protective case?
A: It is strongly encouraged that you take every precaution with your drone during the shipping process. If you have a tough case that you use to transport your drone to work sites, it is recommended that you use it to ship your drone. DSLRPros will not pay for the case or return it but you will ensure that your drone will be in the best possible condition and worth the greatest value for trade-in purposes.
Terms and Conditions
Customers must decommission the aircraft by canceling the drone’s FAA number(s) before shipping to DSLRPros. Remove any sensitive flight information or data from the aircraft and controller. The customer will pay for shipping and is responsible for proper packing. DSLRPros is not liable for any damage to equipment before it is received. Do not include any batteries in your shipment. Batteries must be properly disposed of at a certified battery disposal location. Equipment with water damage will not be accepted. Payment amount is based on the model of the drone and the condition when received. If the customer does not accept DSLRPros’ offer, return shipping must be paid for by the customer.
To ensure that your drone reaches us in the best possible condition, please follow these detailed packaging directions.
1. Disassemble all outer parts of your flying device such as propellers, mounting accessories, transmitters, etc. Put any loose screws or connectors in a plastic bag and include with the drone.
2. Secure gimbal camera with a gimbal lock or protector. Wrap larger parts such as gimbals as well as the drone itself in bubble wrap.
3. Use a new, sturdy cardboard box and assemble. Fill the bottom of the box with cushioning materials.
4. Place the drone in the box. Add more cushioning to fill empty spaces.
5. Place the bag with screws, connectors, etc. in the box. Include any gimbals, propellers, or other equipment.
6. Make sure that there is enough cushioning material between the drone and its disassembled parts.
7. Close the box and seal it with adhesive tape.