Best Prime Day projector deals at Amazon



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Forget getting a new TV! The best Prime Day deals on projectors are right here! (Photo: Amazon)

This Prime Day sale on projectors is the perfect place to grab some unexpected—and delightful—gifts, at incredible savings. This is the kind of grownup (or teen) toy that could turn a tough winter into a time of cozy togetherness.

Projecting photos and movies and favorite TV shows onto the wall indoors or out is fun and retro—and don’t we all need a little fun these days?

Prime Day makes it a no-brainer, with deals that can save you a whopping 47 percent on select digital projectors. We took the work out of shopping by scouring Amazon to find the best deals for you and your loved ones. Prices start at just $21.

Scroll to see the top Prime Day deals on projectors. And act fast—these sales end soon.

Save 47 percent on the APEMAN LC350 Mini Projector. (Photo: Amazon)

On sale for $69 (was $130), this Apeman LC350 Mini Projector is small yet mighty, with 4,500 lumens of brightness and Full HD resolution at 1080p. It can project movies up to 15 feet high on a flat surface, like a projection screen, a wall, a ceiling or even a big bed sheet.

“The quality of the image is amazing. The picture quality is good even in high light,” shared a delighted five-star reviewer. “The projector puts out low noise; the cooling fan is nice and quiet.”

Save $83 on the Wsky HD Video Projector. (Photo: Amazon)

If you’re looking for silence while you’re watching your favorite movies and TV shows projected up to nearly 15 feet, this Wsky HD Video Projector has dual speakers that turn out superb audio. In fact, thanks to its dual fans, this projector stays nice and cool without overheating, so it doesn’t disrupt your entertainment. It even comes with a handy remote!

“The Wsky home theater projector is on the ‘steal’ side of bargain,” raved a five-star reviewer. “It performs very nearly as well as projectors five or ten times that price point. It is very easy to set up, and the remote control makes it a breeze to use once it is set up. There are several different ways of connecting to it, and pretty much any electronic device in your photo-or-video-taking repertoire is able to hook up to it using USB or HDMI.”

Save 35 percent on the QKK Mini Projector. (Photo: Amazon)

For Prime Day, Amazon has this QKK Mini Projector on sale for $72, or $38 off its list price. It’s so popular that it’s an ‘Amazon’ Choice’ item that has earned a flawless five-star rating from 3,600 reviewers.

And with good reason—it projects with a very powerful 5,000 Lumens of brightness. It even has an assortment of ports, including HDMI and USB. Just plug in a Chromecast, Roku or Fire TV Stick and you’re just moments away from projecting your favorite movies and TV shows in a big way. It even comes with a tripod!

“This projector is great! I use these during Halloween to project images in the house windows,” shared a happy reviewer. “The sound is really good. It has an HDMI cable that plugs into a DVD player, laptop or cable box. Has a good image. Tested quickly on living room wall. I like the small size and the fact it has a remote.”

Check out more Prime Day deals on digital projectors below:

  • VANKYO Leisure 470 Mini Projector, $93 (was $160), amazon.com

  • BOMAKER Wi-Fi Mini Projector, $135 (was $165), amazon.com

  • VANKYO LEISURE 3 Mini Projector, $70 (was $100), amazon.com

  • GooDee HD Video Projector, $180 (was $200), amazon.com

  • Epson VS250 SVGA 3 LCD Projector, $330 (was $370), amazon.com

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

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