Publicly traded camera company GoPro today said that it’s recalling the $799.99 Karma drone that it introduced in September. The move affects around 2,500 units.
The company chose to do the recall because some units suddenly lost power, which presumably could cause damages or injuries.
GoPro will provide a full refund when people return the drones; it won’t be providing replacements. But the company intends to start shipping the product “as soon as the issue is resolved,” according to a statement.
Currently the product is marked as “temporarily unavailable” on the GoPro website.
The GoPro recall comes after Samsung recalled and ultimately killed its premium Galaxy Note7 smartphone.
GoPro stock was down more than 7 percent following reports about the recall. The stock also cratered after the company missed expectations for its third quarter earnings report last week.