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Cloud City Drones will take back any new item up to 14 days after receiving your order.Items must be unused and in the original sealed packaging. New items returned 14 days after the received date can be returned for a refund minus a 20% restocking fee. No returns are allowed after 30 days. Return shipping costs are to be paid by purchaser. Any products that are returned damaged and/or defective (except in the case of a DOA return) will be returned to the sender without refund.
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Cloud City Drones will take back any new and working item with all the original packaging. There will be a 20% restocking fee. No returns are allowed after 30 days. Return shipping costs are to be paid by purchaser. Any products that are returned damaged and/or defective (except in the case of a DOA return) will be returned to the sender without refund.----------International Returns
Here at Advexure we do everything we can to ensure a positive experience. We accept returns on all products for a period of 30 days with an RMA number. All product must be in new condition, in its original box or packaging, and include all original accessories, cables, manuals, packaging material, etc. Aerial platforms that have been previously flown or show any signs of use will not be accepted. Custom setup equipment and all enterprise platform sales are final and non-returnable. Any and all items that are received and do not meet the condition described in the submitted RMA request will not be accepted and will be the buyer's responsibility to arrange recovery of the product from Advexure. Please note, any product that is received by Advexure without an RMA number will not be accepted. On rare occasions a product shipped by Advexure arrives to a customer DOA (Dead on Arrival), meaning that the hardware product shows symptoms of a hardware failure, preventing basic operability, upon its first use out of the box. If a product has been received and shows symptoms of being DOA, the customer must submit an RMA request within 10 days following a confirmed delivery. DOA items will be repaired or exchanged at the discretion of Advexure for the same model or the manufacturer's equivalent model. Following this period, all warranty requests must be directed to the manufacturer. Advexure will provide a prepaid return shipping label for all returns on DOA items following the acceptance of the customer's RMA request and expedite the repair or exchange process as quickly as possible. Advexure is not responsible in any way for the use, misuse, or any injury or damage to persons or property from use of any equipment purchased at Advexure.com. Returns are voided if any product packaging is opened, any of the boards are tampered with or if a customer installs or modifies any parts/pieces of their products. Advexure does not provide any warranties whatsoever and defers to the manufacturer for any complaints/warranties/guarantees as Advexure does not make, manufacture, or fabricate any of the products found herein unless specified.Return Shipping CostsAdvexure will only provide a prepaid return shipping label for product that is deemed DOA through the Customer's RMA request. Return shipping and insurance costs for all authorized returns are the full responsibility of the Customer. All return shipments must be sent using a traceable shipping method. Original shipping costs are non-refundable. If a refund is granted, original shipping costs will be deducted from your original purchase amount. This applies to orders that qualify for free shipping as well.RefundsOnce your item is received by Advexure it will be inspected within 24-48 hours of its arrival and you will be notified that we have received your item. After the inspection process is complete we will provide an immediate update on the status of your refund.
Based on the tried and true Blade CP platform, the Blade CP Pro adds the lightweight power of a 3-cell 800mAh Li-Po battery pack, the lightning quick cyclic response of Bell-Hiller mixing, and the upright or inverted agility of symmetrical main rotor blades. Plus, it can easily be outfitted with brushless power and a heading lock gyro, without the need for a new radio system or difficult modifications. For red-hot micro heli aerobatics in about the time it takes for you to charge a battery pack, nothing can touch the cutting-edge Blade CP Pro.
Each individual model is test-flown at the factory; it is possible for an experienced pilot to simply add batteries to the transmitter, charge the included nickel metal hydride flight pack with the enclosed AC charger and successfully fly right out of the box. The instructions suggest control inputs be double-checked beforehand, however.
The popularity of the Blade CP and Honey Bee has led to the creation of a number of aftermarket parts and accessories including scale fuselage kits, a fully CNC-machined aluminum chassis and SuperSkids, a strengthened, updated landing skid system. Plasti-Blades are flat-bottomed aftermarket main blades made from injection-molded engineering resin which track better than stock and are far less susceptible to impact damage. They retail for only slightly more than the stock replacements but, due to their slightly heavier weight, will reduce the runtime of the regular Ni-MH pack. Runtime with li-pos is comparable to those equipped with stock blades. For those wishing to upgrade to a brushless motor and speed control without the need to replace the radio gear, the PowerZone onboard adapter converts the main motor's drive signal into a standard radio control signal which can be interpreted by any brushless speed control. Additional factory upgrades include a machined, multi-piece aluminum swashplate for smoother, more precise operation and a "Bell-Hiller" main rotor mixing system similar to those on full-sized Bell helicopters for crisper cyclic response.
For enhanced security, when JFrog CLI is configured to use username and password / API key, it automatically generates an access token to authenticates with Artifactory. The generated access token is valid for one hour only. JFrog CLI automatically refreshed the token before it expires. The jfrog c add command allows disabling this functionality. This feature is currently not supported by commands which use external tools or package managers or work with JFrog Distribution.
Used for Debian packages only. Specifies the distribution/component/architecture of the package. If the the value for distribution, component or architecture include a slash. the slash should be escaped with a back-slash.
Collect all files located under the build directory (including sub-directories), and upload them to the my-release-local repository, under the files folder, while maintaining the original names of the artifacts. Exclude (do not upload) files, which include install as part of their path, and have the pack extension. This example uses a wildcard pattern. See Example 5, which uses regular expressions instead.
Collect all files located under the build directory (including sub-directories), and upload them to the my-release-local repository, under the files folder, while maintaining the original names of the artifacts. Exclude (do not upload) files, which include install as part of their path, and have the pack extension. This example uses a regular expression. See Example 4, which uses a wildcard pattern instead.
The build-info, which is collected and published to Artifactory by the jf rt build-publish command, can include multiple modules. Each module in the build-info represents a package, which is the result of a single build step, or in other words, a JFrog CLI command execution. For example, the following command adds a module named m1 to a build named my-build with 1 as the build number:
JFrog CLI provides full support for building npm packages using the npm client. This allows you to resolve npm dependencies, and publish your npm packages from and to Artifactory, while collecting build-info and storing it in Artifactory.
You can download npm packages from any npm repository type - local, remote or virtual, but you can only publish to a local or virtual Artifactory repository, containing local repositories. To publish to a virtual repository, you first need to set a default local repository. For more details, please refer to Deploying to a Virtual Repository.
When the npm-publish command runs, JFrog CLI runs the pack command in the background. The pack action is followed by an upload, which is not based on the npm client's publish command. Therefore, If your npm package includes the prepublish or postpublish scripts, rename them to prepack and postpack, respectively.
Before running the npm-publish command on a project for the first time, the project should be configured using the npm-config command. This configuration includes the Artifactory server and repository to which the package should deployed.
To pack and publish the npm package and also record it locally as part of build my-build-name/1, run the following command. The build-info can later be published to Artifactory using the build-publish command. The package is published to the Artifactory server and repository configured by npm-config command.
JFrog CLI provides full support for building npm packages using the yarn client. This allows you to resolve npm dependencies, while collecting build-info and storing it in Artifactory. You can download npm packages from any npm repository type - local, remote or virtual. Publishing the packages to a local npm repository is supported through the jf rt upload command.
JFrog CLI provides full support for building Go packages using the Go client. This allows resolving Go dependencies from and publish your Go packages to Artifactory, while collecting build-info and storing it in Artifactory.
To pack and publish the Go package and also record the build-info as part of build my-build-name/1, run the following command. The build-info can later be published to Artifactory using the build-publish command. Before running this command on a project for the first time, the project should be configured using the go-config command. 041b061a72