anyone tried Lume cube lights

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I have, they are pretty cool, a bit of a stinger on the price but solid. I like them because you can spot the AC in the air from a long distance. The app (cube app) allows you to control the lighting while in flight but it has to be within a short range of you. They provide a substantial amount of light and they last a good while on each charge! I’d recommend!
 
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I have, they are pretty cool, a bit of a stinger on the price but solid. I like them because you can spot the AC in the air from a long distance. The app (cube app) allows you to control the lighting while in flight but it has to be within a short range of you. They provide a substantial amount of light and they last a good while on each charge! I’d recommend!

Thanks for the info. They are expensive but I don’t believe that there’s anything better. A couple reviews claims there to heavy but I don’t believe they are.
 
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Ya, that was an initial concern I had along with extra drain on the battery and maneuverability. Both of which have not really been an issue (at least for me). Well worth the purchase in my opinion...
 

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Thanks for the info. They are expensive but I don’t believe that there’s anything better. A couple reviews claims there to heavy but I don’t believe they are.

They are a bit heavier , but the main issue is that they pick up the wind and that is really the downfall , they are just to big. Other companies have made micro led and are just as bright and FAA approved.

Wind is always a huge factor as your drone will constantly be warning you about the wind and how it is effecting the drone. Think smaller.

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They are a bit heavier , but the main issue is that they pick up the wind and that is really the downfall , they are just to big. Other companies have made micro led and are just as bright and FAA approved.

Wind is always a huge factor as your drone will constantly be warning you about the wind and how it is effecting the drone. Think smaller.

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Can you send me a link. Thanks
 
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Yeah bud, they are awesome if one is too much just turn the other away..this distance of TREX/Bonto is about 50ft. with both Lumes and don't forget intensity is adustable
 

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Yeah bud, they are awesome if one is too much just turn the other away..this distance of TREX/Bonto is about 50ft. with both Lumes and don't forget intensity is adustable

That’s great! Thanks for the advice. I’ve heard more positive than negative so I’ll give them a try.
 

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Apparently we aren't meant to fly at night time here in Socialist Rep of Australia [emoji849]
 

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