DJI Quick Release Landing Gear Set for Matrice 200 Quadcopter Part 14

Replacement landing gear for the DJI Matrice 200 Series aircraft


The DJI Quick-Release Landing Gear Set is extremely lightweight and made of strong and sturdy carbon-fibre for maximum reliability and stability in the air. The landing gear can easily attach and detach for compact storage and maximum portability.

Landing Gear Features:

  • Landing Gear Set
  • Matrice 200 Part 14
  • Extremely Lightweight
  • Made of Strong & Sturdy Carbon-fibre
  • Easy Attach & Detach
  • For Matrice 200 Quadcopter


The DJI Quick-Release Landing Gear Set has many exciting features for users of all types. You can extend the lifetime of your DJI Quick-Release Landing Gear Set with the purchase of a FactoryOutletStore Factory Protection Plan. The DJI Quick-Release Landing Gear Set is sold as a Brand New Unopened Item.

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