A few weeks ago, we offered a pre order discount on this limited edition Code Black Drone to Gizmodo readers. It sold out in 2 days. So, after securing more units, we've brought it back for Kotaku readers, who can get a pre-order discount of 55% off a Code Black Drone + Free Shipping.

The Code Black has an HD camera and a six-axis control system. There are also four different mid-air flips in the Code Black's repertoire. And then there's the price of $89 — with the current pre-order discount applied. Once the pre-order ends, the price will be going up.

Note – units will ship in early December, so they'll arrive with plenty of time before Christmas. This deal is available worldwide, but shipping outside the US will cost an extra $10 flat ($99).

>> Pre-Order Exclusive: 55% off the Code Black Drone w/ HD Camera ($89)

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Here's a run through of the Code Black's top features…

  • 4-channel remote
  • 6-axis flight control system
  • 4 flips (left, right, forward, back)
  • Beginner and expert flight modes
  • USB charging cable allows you to charge it by computer (10 minutes of flight time per charge)

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…and things you'll need…

  • 4 AAA batteries (for the remote)
  • Determination to master flight
  • Liking for Batmobile-styled vehicles

This deal is available worldwide, but shipping outside the US will cost $10 flat. Shipping will start on or before November 24, with your drone arriving 1-2 weeks later. This is an exclusive pre-order price, so once the pre-order ends, the price will go up. Check out the link for more info or to grab a drone…

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>> Pre-Order Exclusive: 55% off the Code Black Drone w/ HD Camera ($89)

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