Amazon’s indoor camera drone is ready to fly around your house
Next up: cameras. Amazon's crazy indoor, flying drone camera—the ambiguously named "Ring Always Home Cam"—is actually for sale now in the US. This was announced a full year ago, but now it's available "exclusively by invitation" for $249.99. This is a "Day 1 Edition" (read: a beta product). So Amazon isn't letting just anyone buy it. You can request an invitation to give Amazon money on the product page.
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Anything that flies in my house gets sprayed and swatted. I don't need any pests in my home.
I want to do the reverse -- there is a big paper wasp nest in a tree, about 30 feet (9m) above my back yard. I'm looking for a friendly drone owner who is willing to use their drone to chop a hole in that wasp nest, and generally annoy the wasps until they move elsewhere.
Not a new idea, there are a few YT videos of this. The drone props smash a lot of wasps and the drone needs to be cleaned off (carefully--the venom may still be active!) once the job is done.