Karma Drone Recall, Loss Power During Flight Problem

The action camera company, GoPro, finally announced a recall of all unit of Karma Drone. The $800 price first drone product, reported often got crash after loosing power while in the air. Until mid of October, Karma drone was sold 2.500 units.

"Safety is our top priority," GoPro CEO Nicholas Woodman said in the statement.  In a very small number of cases, Karma units lost power during operation. Thus far, there have been no reports of injuries or property damage because of the defect.

Recalled Karma drones can be returned to GoPro directly or wherever they were purchased originally for a full refund. For now, the company won’t be offering any exchanges for a fixed model; you’ll have to wait until shipments resume “as soon as the issue is resolved.”

GoPro isn't offering replacement units right now, but the company says it's giving customers a full refund. It plans to "resume shipment" of the drones "as soon as the issue is resolved."

The recall is a significant setback for GoPro as it attempts to challenge leader DJI in the drone business, and it follows a bruising financial quarter for the action cam maker.

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