WIN a 50 USD Gearbest Gift Card

Gearbest already started their Black Friday sales! Thankfully they gave me a 50 USD Gearbest Gift Card for my readers, so you can get an even better deal. Check out their promotions and with a little luck you can get it 50 USD cheaper:


Check out their Black Friday Promotions:


Gearbest – Black Friday Promotion


Some Action Camera Highlights of their Promotion:



16MP Sony Sensor, interpolated 4K, 1080p 60 fps, 1,5″ screen


SJ7 Star


12MP Sony Sensor, native 4K 30fps, 1080p 120 fps, 2″ touch screen



SJ6 Legend


16MP Panasonic Sensor, interpolated 4K, 1080p 60 fps, 2″ touch screen




16MP Sony Sensor, interpolated 4K, 1080p 60 fps, 1,5″ screen



YI 4K Action Camera


12MP Sony Sensor, native 4K, 1080p 120 fps, 2,19″ touch screen

  • 201.99 USD – coupon code: YIBL5 – starting Nov. 25th 17:00 Beijing time


YI Action Camera


16MP Sony Sensor, 1080p 60 fps, no screen, International Version



How to win?

Like my Facebook Site and comment below the post: “I want to win” so I can reply, to notify you.
I’m also happy if you share my post 😉
(If you don’t use Facebook, comment below the blog post.)


Thank you!

Thank you for participating, I just drew the winner. A video of the drawing is in the comments.
More giveaways will come soon, so stay tuned!



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No cash disbursement and/or a replacement of the prizes is possible, recourse to the courts is not permitted. Winner will be randomly picked an awarded the gift card to redeem with their purchase. Redemption follows the rules of Gearbest. YouTube & Facebook are not part this price giveaway and are therefore not responsible or liable.
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