This GoPro Hero3+ deal is as cheap as it gets

Summer adventures always seem to look more fun through the lens of a GoPro, and now you can join the millions of YouTubers who like to rub it in for an insanely low price.

You can buy the GoPro Hero 3+ for $149.99 on eBay, while supplies last. (And more than 11,000 have been sold already, so they won’t last.) The camera would usually set you back about $240, so this saves you 37 percent, which is about as low as you can get for this model.

The Hero3+ silver edition features 1080p video at 60 frames per second, photo at 10 MP and 10 frames per second, and built-in Wi-Fi that allows users to control the camera remotely. While it’s not packed with quite as many features as the more superior (and more expensive) black edition, it’s the perfect option for anyone who wants quality GoPro video on a tighter budget.

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The price is lower than normal because the camera is manufacturer refurbished, meaning GoPro or an approved third party inspected, cleaned, and repaired the product to like-new condition. It comes factory sealed with a one-year warranty from GoPro, so this is the best way to grab a real bargain. For perspective, the certified refurbished GoPro Hero3+ silver is $100 more on Amazon. The black edition is still $200 more.

You can check the deal out here. Coincidentally, there’s also a sale on Amazon offering 50 GoPro accessories for $20, so you might want to snag that too while you’re at it.

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Christine Burkson

Christine Burkson

Christine Burkson is the Senior Ecommerce Manager of the Daily Dot. Her work focuses on product reviews, Amazon deals, and online shopping. She previously served as an editor at Mashable, where she helped build the site's viral news section, and Yahoo, where she focused on DIY culture. Her work has also appeared on Bustle.