Woolly drones

Woolly drones

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As many of us wrap up to cope with the sudden drop in temperature, we should spare a thought for our drones out there. Yes, those helicopter-type devices that will be delivering our Amazon purchases get cold too!

Luckily, Drone Sweaters has come to the rescue, offering our drones a jumper to cope with the winter chills. They consider materials carefully. Wool may be warm and insulating but it’s difficult to wash, so it is recommended to use a blend of washable wool and cotton or acrylic. These sweaters for drones are custom-made – all you need to do is drop off your drone at the Drone Sweaters studio in San Francisco. Have a friend with a drone in need? Drone Sweaters also do gift cards for your drone-owner friends. Brrr-illiant!

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