Get a top-rated projector for 66% off, but only 'til midnight

2022-06-25 13:46:51 By : Ms. Sophia Bi

Beautiful summer weather is here, and your backyard is just beckoning for an al fresco movie night. Just in time, Amazon unleashed massive deals on its top-rated movie projectors. For today only, you can make movie magic with a new outdoor projector from Fangor for up to 66% at Amazon.

Amazon's sale includes the super popular 1080p HD WiFi/Bluetooth-compatible Projector which gives you a theater-like experience.

This home projector provides bright large-screen imagery with fantastic clarity, outstanding color accuracy and incredibly sharp image detail wherever you want to watch — in your basement den, on your bedroom wall, even out in the yard! Just insert your USB stick or hard drive to play all types of media, provide power for compatible HDMI streaming media players, or slide in a Micro-SD card with whatever you want to watch...the world is your oyster! Comes with a carrying case and tripod.

"The picture quality definitely knocked it out of the shows perfectly on a 100-inch screen, and we're looking forward to enjoying more movie nights. If you're looking to purchase a projector with 1080p native resolution, this is a great bundle," raved one happy reviewer.

If you have any road trips planned with the grandkids this summer, a portable DVD player for the car can be a trip-saver.

"I ordered my dual dvd player honestly looking for two screens to just keep the grandkids occupied but I instantly fell in love with it." wrote a happy grandparent. "I have already purchased the 7-inch monitors for the 3rd row of my suv now."

This projector can go anywhere you go — it has enough battery life to last an entire movie.

"I paired this pruchase with an Elite portable screen for outdoor movie night and it worked awesome," a reviewer raved. "Got it for my son for Father's day and he used his android phone to watch a movie w/his family and I that night. Perfect evening weather wise and good time had by all. Projecter did the trick and the smore's just topped it off."

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The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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YoLink Mini Plug, $22 (was $30),

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Hathaspace Smart Air Purifier, $230 (was $300),

Google Nest Thermostat, $113.50 (was $130),

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Dryer Vent Cleaner Kit Vacuum Hose Attachment, $11 (was $20),

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Ninja BL770 Mega Kitchen System, $160 (was $200),

Mialoe Portable Blender, $20 (was $26),

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First Botany Hair Growth Shampoo Conditioner Set, $25 (was $35),

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Meritlife Queen Size All Season Quilted Down Alternative Comforter, $30 with on-page coupon (was $70),

LuxClub's 6pc King Bamboo Sheet Set, $38 (was $62),

Command Picture Hanging Strips, $3 (was $6),

Fern and Willow Pillows, $27.50 (was $50),

Hoperay Bed Neck Pillows, $30 (was $63),

Aveeno Protect + Hydrate Moisturizing Face SPF 60 Sunscreen Lotion, $9 (was $11),

Veva Air Purifier, $100 with on-page coupon (was $200),

Pure Gem Single Use Disposable Blue Face Masks (pack of 100), $10 (was $20),

Pure Enrichment PureZone Medium-Large Room Air Purifier, $80 with on-page coupon (was $130),

Dr Teal's Sleep Spray with Melatonin & Essential Oils, $10 (was $13),

Cooljob Gardening Gloves, 6 pair, $14 (was $20);

Sun Joe GTS4002C Cordless Lawn Care System-Hedge Trimmer, $136 (was $179),

Katchy Automatic Indoor Insect and Flying Bugs Trap, $33 with on-page coupon (was $48),

Gorilla Grip Extra Thick Water Resistant Comfortable Kneeling Pad, $18 (was $33),

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