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It's expensive I know but for those of us using an iPad Air it really does make a difference. It is made from aluminium and much stronger than the P3 holder and it holds different viewing angles without slipping.

For those in the UK I bought mine from RC Geeks but if you're in the US you could probably get it cheaper.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/251976604770
 

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They are also available on Amazon here.
 
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Amazon, sure raises the prices on early popular items...
$49.95 is quite the markup, From MSRP, $30
Even with free shipping.

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Amazon does not set the prices -- it's the sellers on Amazon. I suppose they realized it's a hard-to-find item now and are charging more because they can (just like those selling batteries). I got mine for $30 on Amazon right before everyone started realizing this was a good upgrade.

If you buy from DJI, don't forget they add $20 for shipping ;)
 
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Yes, it's a long way to bring me my mail order happiness, so to speak.

So You would pay the higher price either way.

I ordered mine from my local Great Hobbies store, and was told it would cost me $39.00. Seems like a lot of money as well, but if it keeps my new iPad Air/Mini from slipping out... The insurance is peace of mind, and I can concentrate on what's most important, flying safe.

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Too bad in this instance, that I live in central Alberta...

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That's a bit too far from me...

You guys are so lucky. Living where you are, must be swell, eh?

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Yes, it's a long way to bring me my mail order happiness, so to speak.

So You would pay the higher price either way.

I ordered mine from my local Great Hobbies store, and was told it would cost me $39.00. Seems like a lot of money as well, but if it keeps my new iPad Air/Mini from slipping out... The insurance is peace of mind, and I can concentrate on what's most important, flying safe.

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Yup, $30 plus $8 for shipping. Don't want to have that expensive tablet hit the ground.
 
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For those in the UK I bought mine from RC Geeks but if you're in the US you could probably get it cheaper.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/251976604770
Thanks for the tip - as it happens I lost the screw fixing the mount to the controller in a corn field last night and couldn't find it anywhere, so this "upgrade" will solve two problems at once.
 

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