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AeroView Drone by Vivitar


AeroView Drone


Having two boys and a husband at home, finding something all three of them will like is actually pretty easy. When I saw the Vivitar AeroView Drone, I knew all my boys would love it. Over the years, I have gotten my boys R/C cars and small drones before and they have loved them but the one problem being that they have never had a camera on them so the fun part about a drone wasn’t even there. The AeroView Drone has a camera and hooks up to wifi so you can have a live feed of what your drone is seeing. Another thing this drone can do is follow you around and it has GPS tracking so you can’t lose it. This drone has a twelve minute flying time and an auto hover. This is probably one of the coolest drones I’ve seen and I can’t wait to see my boys open it on Christmas.

Vivitar is a very media and technology oriented company and has anything and everything you might need. If you need anything for your phone, camera, or even for your health and wellness, they have it! I know I will be looking on this website for even more products for my boys and even for my girls. With this drone, I can tell my entire family is going to have fun with it. My girls like to play with their brothers and I know they’re going to take embarrassing videos of each other and I can’t wait to see how much fun we can have especially in the summer when all the kids will be playing outside and we can fly the drone around and see what cool shots we can get outside. I love the Vivitar company and I know you and your family will too.

About (taken from website): Vivitar was founded in 1938 as ‘Ponder and Best’ by Max Ponder and John Best in Santa Monica, California. Max Ponder headed the sales department, while John Best ran the operations side of the company. Ponder and Best began by importing German-made photo equipment. Ponder and Best created the “Vivitar” brand to compete with major lens manufacturers. The company commissioned experienced lens designers and top-line Japanese optical lens manufacturers such as Kino Precision to produce their lens designs. In 2016, Vivitar rebrands launching at CES (International Consumer Electronics Show) targeting the millennial consumer who is looking for fun and affordable tech products.


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