The hair is indeed a mystery , but so is the face - it appears to be heavily botoxed , and has a waxy appearance.Seeing a slice of the latest watch presentation, I could not take my eye's off Peter S's hair. The two curtains of hair have been allowed to grow out from the few tufts remaining around the ginormous bald patch, combed forward then split to cover the stubble in the centre. (I think that desert island of hair above his forehead has had a dose of the old spray thickener stuff as it's a different colour to the two net curtains.
One good thing was I was so focused on the 'hairstyle'/camouflage operation that I hardly registered a word he said!
I'm not a drone expert. I suspect for the price it's decent enough, however I wish they'd stop the £1,000+ drone comparisons. As Hammy touched on, it doesn't hover properly, and that's indoors! Also, I'd question how good the video quality from the HD cameras is. Again, hyperactive Richard mentions £10,000 studio cameras and how they're heavy, confined to the floor etc and how lucky you are cause you have HD cameras on your drone. Yeah, but the quality of the studio camera is x times better and it's hardly a fair comparison you plonker!I quite like the look of it, only thing is for £35.00 last weekend, they had the best drone and a Turbo Car for £35.00