The End Nears: Drone With Grasping Claws For Picking Up And Carrying Things

September 12, 2016


This is a video demonstration of the Prodrone PD6B-AW-ARM, a powerful hexacopter with claws that was presumably named after an online redemption code. The drone is capable of operating for 30 minutes on a full charge, and can pick up objects weighing up to 10 kilos (~22 pounds). It will be perfect for removing the severed limbs of humans on the robots versus humanity battlefield. What the robots will do with those limbs is up for debate, but I suspect they'll be used for some sort of prototype Terminator project. Congress should really assign me to some sort of anti-robotic task force before it's too late. *checks watch, shakes head* It's probably already too late. "That's a friendship bracelet." Yeah, and the person who gave it to me was murdered by robots in January.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to cj loves tacos, who loves tacos, but not enough to eat drone-delivered tacos because that's how they're gonna get us: one day, tacos, the next day, death.

  • Looks like this would be the perfect drone to retrieve other drones that have crashed into the tops of trees...

  • Bling Nye

    No coincidence I'm sure that those "hands" look like handcuffs.

  • GeneralDisorder

    It can lift 22 pounds and work a half hour at a time. Sounds like my ex.

  • Where's the video GW???

  • Geekologie

    screwed up the embed, fixed now

  • Much appreciated you sexy man you

  • suparokr

    idk.. but I just found this video from 2013 that looks pretty cool

  • The_Wretched

    And when they start flying off with our babies, don't come crying to me. I'm the one saying that all drones need to be used for shooting practice.

  • Jenness

    Hear! Hear! I concur wholeheartedly.

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