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YABER 6200 Lumens 1080P HD LED Projector £152.74 w/voucher @ Sold by Beauty Dress Family and Fulfilled by Amazon
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YABER 6200 Lumens 1080P HD LED Projector £152.74 w/voucher @ Sold by Beauty Dress Family and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 9th Jan

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This is a native 1080p projector at a below £200 price with a 4D keystone correction.
Seems to have gathered good reviews with around 7% below 4*
3 camel shows this to be cheapest at moment.
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Do check the one star reviews on it. It has some very disappointed customers.
Lionyone09/01/2020 11:22

Do check the one star reviews on it. It has some very disappointed …Do check the one star reviews on it. It has some very disappointed customers.


I've noticed several other projectors with a £50 off coupon, some have better reviews..
Lionyone09/01/2020 11:22

Do check the one star reviews on it. It has some very disappointed …Do check the one star reviews on it. It has some very disappointed customers.


They could have Jessica Alba on these things for free and someone would give one star.
I can guarantee that these are not 6200 lumens. Even the premium projectors like optoma have around 3000 lumens.

Also this contrast ratio can be expected to be half of what they claim in reality and picture simply won't be what you expect when it comes to watching movies especially in darker scenes.

With any projector also you are highly unlikely to get a good picture just on a wall, at least a cheapish screen would have to be used
Don't expect to be able to use this in daylight on a 100 inch screen, but I'm very impressed with the one I purchased.

We only use it a couple of times for film night with the children, but it's ideal (projects a 100 inch image in a dimly lit room no problem).

The only thing it does miss is Bluetooth for the sound, but even though the built in speaker is fairly loud I have little HDMI box that extracts the audio so I can connect it to the optical input on my amplifier.

Here is a photo where it was still light outside (although the screen blocks a lot of it out as the screen is right in front of the window although light still would have been coming in through the cream curtains at the back of the living room still) with the fishtank light on next to it and also the geko tank light on at the back of the room.

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Edited by: "Dragon32" 9th Jan
Do your research first, a 6000 lumens is close to £1,000. The Chinese projectors are more likely to have 100-200 lumens.
I've posted a deal for a more realistic specs (based on price) Chinese projector and was voted cold because people believe they can get a projector 10 times better for the same price. Don't believe a word and go with a second hand branded projector instead. My 1000 lumens LG is at least 5 times brighter than my 3000 Chinese projector.
For the native resolution I believe the price is good but can you trust this if they claim 6000 lumens?
This will be ok in a proper dark room for kids maybe. A 6000 lumens projector should work in a very bright room. You can get a half price projector to use it in a dark room. This is 200 lumens at best. And ok to use it, but for this amount of money you can get much better deals on used proper brands. There is a reason the proper brands do not do such bright projectors. The reason is they will be very expensive.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 9th Jan
I agree that I won't trust this with the Lumens and for brightly lit rooms but then it costs 1/3 of any products this is being compared with, with a Native resolution of 1080p.
Most other Chinese projectors you get are WVGA.
This one is certainly not good for anyone who can afford to pay around £700, which is actual cost of a 1080p projector that can be used in a well lit room.
Edited by: "DealHotDeal" 9th Jan
Dragon3209/01/2020 12:19

Don't expect to be able to use this in daylight on a 100 inch screen, but …Don't expect to be able to use this in daylight on a 100 inch screen, but I'm very impressed with the one I purchased.We only use it a couple of times for film night with the children, but it's ideal (projects a 100 inch image in a dimly lit room no problem).The only thing it does miss is Bluetooth for the sound, but even though the built in speaker is fairly loud I have little HDMI box that extracts the audio so I can connect it to the optical input on my amplifier.Here is a photo where it was still light outside (although the screen blocks a lot of it out as the screen is right in front of the window although light still would have been coming in through the cream curtains at the back of the living room still) with the fishtank light on next to it and also the geko tank light on at the back of the room. [Image]


Nice. Review with evidence rather than just bold opinions. How comparable is the sound to say a standard television set?
Deal-ninja09/01/2020 12:45

Nice. Review with evidence rather than just bold opinions. How comparable …Nice. Review with evidence rather than just bold opinions. How comparable is the sound to say a standard television set?


The sound is probably as loud as a normal television but think it may just be mono.

The main reason I wanted the sound through the amplifier was that we have the projector behind us and shooting over our heads so it was strange having the sound just coming from behind (although we did have it in front of us for a while but worried children may knock it off the table as it was in the way).
Sam_Crow09/01/2020 12:00

They could have Jessica Alba on these things for free and someone would …They could have Jessica Alba on these things for free and someone would give one star.


None of the reviews complained Jessica Alba was not included.
Mrlossy09/01/2020 11:46

I've noticed several other projectors with a £50 off coupon, some have …I've noticed several other projectors with a £50 off coupon, some have better reviews..


Yup. Pays to look around at the competition.
Mrlossy09/01/2020 11:46

I've noticed several other projectors with a £50 off coupon, some have …I've noticed several other projectors with a £50 off coupon, some have better reviews..


At the same price point ? Got a link ?
I was disappointed with a supposedly 4000 lumens chinese projector. It's less bright than my previous 3200 Epson.

Seems to be some value in sticking to the shops and brands for projectors still. Any why not.
Zoea09/01/2020 13:39

I was disappointed with a supposedly 4000 lumens chinese projector. It's …I was disappointed with a supposedly 4000 lumens chinese projector. It's less bright than my previous 3200 Epson.Seems to be some value in sticking to the shops and brands for projectors still. Any why not.


What brand did you buy ?
Zoea09/01/2020 13:39

I was disappointed with a supposedly 4000 lumens chinese projector. It's …I was disappointed with a supposedly 4000 lumens chinese projector. It's less bright than my previous 3200 Epson.Seems to be some value in sticking to the shops and brands for projectors still. Any why not.


Exactly. Same here, my 1000 lumens LG is MUCH brighter than my 3000 lumens Chinese projector.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 9th Jan
Deal-ninja09/01/2020 12:45

Nice. Review with evidence rather than just bold opinions. How comparable …Nice. Review with evidence rather than just bold opinions. How comparable is the sound to say a standard television set?


There are not only bold opinions. 6000 lumens for this price is not achievable ever. If the seller/manufacturer claims unrealistic specs, how can you trust the product.
Simple research on brands specialised on projectors will show they do 1000-3000 lumens, and their top models are above this brightness but cost close to £1,000. Yes, the Chinese can cut corners to produce it cheaper and sell it cheaper, but not at this price.
Just a simple example of a Chinese reliable brand, Anker. Their Nebula projectors are 200 lumens and they cost about £250, on sale sometimes for £150.
Another example is Xiaomi, again a Chinese decent brand. Their 7000 lumens projector was posted here at £750. Was £1,500 before but they came with the 2nd series and reduced the price for the first one.
Also, from my side, I own a Chinese Crenova, claiming 3000 lumens. I also own a used LG which is 1000 lumens. The LG is at least 5 times brighter. Both my projectors can only be used in proper dark rooms.
6200 lumens. Buy some sunglasses too...
sheffield78809/01/2020 14:03

There are not only bold opinions. 6000 lumens for this price is not …There are not only bold opinions. 6000 lumens for this price is not achievable ever. If the seller/manufacturer claims unrealistic specs, how can you trust the product.Simple research on brands specialised on projectors will show they do 1000-3000 lumens, and their top models are above this brightness but cost close to £1,000. Yes, the Chinese can cut corners to produce it cheaper and sell it cheaper, but not at this price.Just a simple example of a Chinese reliable brand, Anker. Their Nebula projectors are 200 lumens and they cost about £250, on sale sometimes for £150. Another example is Xiaomi, again a Chinese decent brand. Their 7000 lumens projector was posted here at £750. Was £1,500 before but they came with the 2nd series and reduced the price for the first one.Also, from my side, I own a Chinese Crenova, claiming 3000 lumens. I also own a used LG which is 1000 lumens. The LG is at least 5 times brighter. Both my projectors can only be used in proper dark rooms.


Nice paragraph. But it's all speculation regarding this specific unit. I appreciate the warnings and it's abit of a scam when something is advertised that it clearly can't achieve.
I won't disagree with all the moaning about the Lumens being exaggerated and appreciate people helping out others with reviews. End of the day this is a deal website.
This is showing cheapest at the moment and that was the sole purpose of posting it.
In addition, of the 360 odd reviews only 7% are below 4 star so seems like a good bargain supported by Amazon's return policy just in case someone does not like it.
39633225-zNxIw.jpgN.B. I would take the spec with a pinch of salt specially looking at how they have interchageably used lux and lumens on several of their products.
DealHotDeal09/01/2020 15:12

I won't disagree with all the moaning about the Lumens being exaggerated …I won't disagree with all the moaning about the Lumens being exaggerated and appreciate people helping out others with reviews. End of the day this is a deal website.This is showing cheapest at the moment and that was the sole purpose of posting it.In addition, of the 360 odd reviews only 7% are below 4 star so seems like a good bargain supported by Amazon's return policy just in case someone does not like it.[Image] N.B. I would take the spec with a pinch of salt specially looking at how they have interchageably used lux and lumens on several of their products.


Absolutely agree with the fact this is a deals site and this is the cheapest at the moment. My comment was not necessarily related to the price, my comment was people not to believe these specs. I posted a deal with more realistic specs and people voted cold as they were comparing with other deals here, resolution 3-4 time more which definitely was only on paper. I have a cheap Chinese projector and it is OKish. I realised is not what it should be only after I've got a better brand projector. I did not vote cold on your deal, as this may help some.
fzurro09/01/2020 14:43

6200 lumens. Buy some sunglasses too...


I wear the sunglasses at night
Probably mine torch 🔦 from a poundland is more bright 🌞😁
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