The carrying case for the yet-to-be-released DJI mini drone is advertised as a ‘Professional Case for DJI Mini 3 Pro – Explorer Edition – Fits with Mini 3 RC’ for 99 euros.
“Unfortunately, this item is currently sold out, but it is currently in production,” the listing reads. “You can order the item now and will receive it on: Tuesday, 31st May.”
This seems to indicate that we can expect to see the DJI Mini 3 be officially launched within the next eight weeks. In earlier rumors, we have heard that the DJI Mini 3 Pro might be released as soon as April.
DJI Mini 3 Pro storage options
The Mini 3 Pro case offers different options for storing the drone and all the accessories.
Option Α: without propeller guards: 1x DJI Mini 3, 1x DJI remote control, 7x Intelligent DJI flight battery, 3x spare propellers, 1x Mavic remote control – sun visor, 2x snap adapter, 1x mini propeller holder, 2x micro USB cable, 1x gimbal clamp, 3x RC cable, 1x DJI two-way charging station, 1x USB charger,1x large multifunctional compartment with lid and further accessories such as IPad Mini or smartphone, large freely available multi-compartment for e.g.. E.g. further cables, cleaning agents etc. in the lower level.
Option B: with propeller protector: 1x DJI Mini 3, 1x remote control, 3+1 Intelligent Flight Battery (1x in the Mavic Mini), 3x spare propellers, 2x micro USB cable, 1x gimbal clamp, 3x RC cable, two-way charging station, USB charger,1x large multi-function compartment with cover AND propeller protector in the lower level.
The DJI Mini 3 Pro case has an IP67 rating and should keep its contents dry for 30 minutes while being in 3 feet of water.
Let us know your thoughts
What do you think about this ‘leak’? Do you view this as a confirmation that the DJI Mini 3 Pro is indeed about to be released by the world’s largest drone maker?
Or do you see this as a smart marketing tactic by the case maker to get some attention to their products? 🤔
Long-term DJI leaker DealsDrone tweeted yesterday that “Mini 3 may be coming soon, I think KOL recently will get it.”
Let us know what you think in the comments below.
Hat tip to SkyScope
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