DJI is sharing some pretty awesome news today. The world’s largest drone manufacturer is increasing the warranty period for its intelligent flight batteries from the standard six months to 12 months.
DJI says this extended coverage will apply to new or recent drone purchases only. Meanwhile, the covered charge cycle limits will remain the same as before.
It’s important to know that these charge cycle limits vary from product to product. So, for example, if you have recently purchased a Mini 2, DJI’s coverage of the intelligent flight batteries will remain valid for a period of one year or 200 charge cycles – whichever comes first.
To find out the exact warranty period details for your drone and see if you’re eligible for extended coverage, you can visit DJI’s after-sales service policies page.
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