comradegerry wrote:Bugger! They quietly slipped out of buissness taking nearly $900 of my hard earned with them. I guess I am not likely to see a motor in the post any time soon. It looked too good to be true. Thank God I still have the Astro!
I had some of the freshly out-of-work engineering team over. They are keeping the production part open long enough to fill orders that exist, so if you had an order in, you should be set. They just completely stopped development and can'd the whole engineering team, but Joby isn't going to rip you off if you paid them money.
When you buy a Joby at $900, you get a motor that costs about $3,500usd to make. lol