New use for my P3P

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I needed to see if my gutters were clean and I didn't want to go up on a ladder, 2 stories. So I sent up my P3P to take a look. Now when you get up there you have to move very slowly. I discovered that as I went along the gutter the props blew the leaves out of the gutter. I moved very slowly all the way to the downspout. Voila, the gutter was now free of leaves. Be very careful though.
 
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also if you attach a long spoon to the gimble guard you can scoop out any left over gunk ;-)
 

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I needed to see if my gutters were clean and I didn't want to go up on a ladder, 2 stories. So I sent up my P3P to take a look. Now when you get up there you have to move very slowly. I discovered that as I went along the gutter the props blew the leaves out of the gutter. I moved very slowly all the way to the downspout. Voila, the gutter was now free of leaves. Be very careful though.
I had done the same before but with a cheaper drone. :)


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Trex 700 gets all the leaves out of yard and 450 really gets the campfire stoked but my P3P gets babied.
 

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