Projector, RD810 1200 Lumens LCD Mini Projector, Multimedia Home Theater Video Projector £59.99 Del @ Amazon (Sold by dvtecheu and Fulfilled by Amazon)
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Projector, RD810 1200 Lumens LCD Mini Projector, Multimedia Home Theater Video Projector £59.99 Del @ Amazon (Sold by dvtecheu and Fulfilled by Amazon)

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Edited by:"nissan3"Found 18th Aug 2017
RD810 1200 Lumens LCD Mini Projector, Multimedia Home Theater Video £59.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK
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One similar was going for £30 a week ago. They're regularly lightning deals. I would pay extra for a HAD version if you're serious about having a mini projector.
rev61 h, 0 m ago

One similar was going for £30 a week ago. They're regularly lightning …One similar was going for £30 a week ago. They're regularly lightning deals. I would pay extra for a HAD version if you're serious about having a mini projector.


Seconded, it is VERY easy to get deals on these, though they state RRP over £100, this is pretty much the everyday price for projectors of this spec. I bought one when they were £32. I actually quite like it but you do have to understand the limitations of a projector this price range e.g. low resolution (480P) and very low brightness (only really useable in a nearly pitch black room. Still projects a huge image onto a wall with minimum set up and actually pulls you into films really well due to the sheer scale of the image.

I actually ended up keeping this as a spare and upgrading to the much better Tenker TP90 amazon.co.uk/gp/…C2/ for my main projector as I wanted something that could do better justice to 1080P material, as you inevitably loose a lot of finer details on a 480P projector. The Tenker still isn't 1080P native (usually taking £300+ for that) but at 800P gets a lot closer. I got in touch with the seller and mentioned I was interested in upgrading and they gave me a discount code for 50% off the Tenker!

Only trouble is it is EXTREMELY noisy, much more so than the little one, but I guess that is always a problem with these LCD projectors....
I've been sent a few of these out to review on YouTube, for the price is think they're fantasic. As mentioned above you do need a dark room their no good through the day.
I was so impressed by them I bought an Optoma 1080p projector.
The last one I got sent was 2000lumens.
These are ideal to keep the kids quiet lol
Edited by: "Toon_army" 18th Aug 2017
Toon_army2 h, 26 m ago

I've been sent a few of these out to review on YouTube, for the price is …I've been sent a few of these out to review on YouTube, for the price is think they're fantasic. As mentioned above you do need a dark room their no good through the day.I was so impressed by them I bought an Optoma 1080p projector.The last one I got sent was 2000lumens.These are ideal to keep the kids quiet lol


Are you by any chance T*CH 4*4 ? If so I've seen a few of your videos..

How do you get into reviewing stuff.
ST31233 h, 18 m ago

Seconded, it is VERY easy to get deals on these, though they state RRP …Seconded, it is VERY easy to get deals on these, though they state RRP over £100, this is pretty much the everyday price for projectors of this spec. I bought one when they were £32. I actually quite like it but you do have to understand the limitations of a projector this price range e.g. low resolution (480P) and very low brightness (only really useable in a nearly pitch black room. Still projects a huge image onto a wall with minimum set up and actually pulls you into films really well due to the sheer scale of the image. I actually ended up keeping this as a spare and upgrading to the much better Tenker TP90 https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B06XXGHFC2/ for my main projector as I wanted something that could do better justice to 1080P material, as you inevitably loose a lot of finer details on a 480P projector. The Tenker still isn't 1080P native (usually taking £300+ for that) but at 800P gets a lot closer. I got in touch with the seller and mentioned I was interested in upgrading and they gave me a discount code for 50% off the Tenker!Only trouble is it is EXTREMELY noisy, much more so than the little one, but I guess that is always a problem with these LCD projectors....


I guess the more lumens, the more cooling is required..

I wonder if the fans in these can be upgraded
JamesSmith1 h, 10 m ago

Are you by any chance T*CH 4*4 ? If so I've seen a few of your videos..How …Are you by any chance T*CH 4*4 ? If so I've seen a few of your videos..How do you get into reviewing stuff.


No James I'm Craigs Video Channel. Companys just randomly get in touch with me and ask if I'd like to try stuff, I've been sent out all kinds of things from CCTV set ups to Android boxes to memory cards to projectors...
These were £20 on Amazon the other day. But HUKD in their infinite wisdom removed the deal
popoyaya20th Aug

These were £20 on Amazon the other day. But HUKD in their infinite wisdom …These were £20 on Amazon the other day. But HUKD in their infinite wisdom removed the deal


I got one at £20 (1200 lumens) together with a dbpower one at £32 a few days before (1500 lumens). I wanted to see if the £20 one was comparable to the £32 one. The 1500 lumens dbpower is MUCH better than the mere 300 lumens difference suggests - brighter, controls on the unit as well as remote, better IR receiver. Resolution was comparable (pretty poor) at 480p but at £32 i am happy

the £20 projector is going back
Toon_army18th Aug

No James I'm Craigs Video Channel. Companys just randomly get in touch …No James I'm Craigs Video Channel. Companys just randomly get in touch with me and ask if I'd like to try stuff, I've been sent out all kinds of things from CCTV set ups to Android boxes to memory cards to projectors...


Wow that must be nice! Always wondered how you get started with that kind of thing? e.g. the companies have to send you stuff from the off trusting that you will post a good detailed review? or else you have to buy a bunch of stuff to review yourself, which would get crazy expensive fast unless you were reviewing Chinese 1gb pen drives or something.

It's something I'd very much like to get into myself as I do like sharing opinions on things but only do it informally on places like HUKD at the moment. Any tips would be great? I imagine you have to have some kind of presence already e.g. on youtube, social media or review sites?
ST312323 h, 11 m ago

Wow that must be nice! Always wondered how you get started with …Wow that must be nice! Always wondered how you get started with that kind of thing? e.g. the companies have to send you stuff from the off trusting that you will post a good detailed review? or else you have to buy a bunch of stuff to review yourself, which would get crazy expensive fast unless you were reviewing Chinese 1gb pen drives or something. It's something I'd very much like to get into myself as I do like sharing opinions on things but only do it informally on places like HUKD at the moment. Any tips would be great? I imagine you have to have some kind of presence already e.g. on youtube, social media or review sites?


I think with my videos having so many views they just think people will watch and buy what ever they send lol.
Some things I get sent out are rubbish though.
A company got in touch last week to see if I wanted to try some bikinis haha, I told them my hairy chest wouldn't get good input
I checked out some of your videos mate I was impressed!

Like the no BS, down to earth approach...

Found myself watching through car reviews for cars I'm not in the market for - but enjoyed watchng nonetheless. I learned quite a few things!

I've had 250k views on some youtube vids but political bo*****s so no incoming offer to review bikinis

I would happily do that if they came supplied with models!
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