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Snap is recalling and refunding every drone it ever sold

A yellow drone shaped like a rounded rectangle instead of exposed blades — it has translucent orange propellers within its boxy but thin frame.
The Snap Pixy. | Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge

Snap gave up on its Pixy flying selfie camera drone after just four months, but it turns out the company sold under 71,000 drones — and now the company is recalling every one of those drones because their batteries pose a fire hazard. Yes, the entire drone is being recalled, not just the removable battery, likely because Snap doesn’t make those batteries anymore.

Snap and the US Consumer Product Safety Commission say you should “immediately stop using the Pixy Flying Camera, remove the battery and stop charging it” now that there have been four reports of the battery bulging, one fire, and one “minor injury.”

Then, you can get a full refund for the entire drone and / or any batteries you own — sounds like we’re talking at least $185…

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