Sunday and Monday Gold Box: YI Gimbal, NIX, Kodak Mobile Instant Printer, Celestron, Zomei, Etc

There is some modest action in the Sunday Amazon Gold Box as follows:

+ starts 2:05pm ET: Nixplay Iris 8″ Wi-Fi Cloud Frame (W08E) (price before sale $180 to $200)

+ starts 2:10pm ET: YI Action Gimbal stabilizer for YI 4K, 4K+, and Lite Action Camera (price before sale $199)
+ only this item is on this listing; this is not the big recurring YI lightning deal listing)

+ starts 5:49pm ET: Bonai AA rechargeables listing (options are 8pk, 16pk, 24pk)

+ starts 8pm ET: Kodak Mini Portable Mobile Instant Photo Printer (Wi-Fi & NFC Compatible – Wirelessly Prints 2.1 x 3.4″ Images, Advanced DyeSub Printing Technology (White) Compatible with Android & iOS, price before sale $100)

+ starts Monday 8am ET: Nixplay Seed 10 Inch WiFi Cloud Digital Photo Frame with IPS Display (price before sale $180)

+ starts Monday 9am ET: Nixplay Original 15 inch WiFi Cloud Digital Photo Frame (price before sale $199)

+ starts Monday 9:05am ET: Celestron SkyMaster 25X100 ASTRO Binoculars with deluxe carrying case (price before sale $298)

+ starts Monday 10:44am ET: Zomei Camera Photo/Video 14″Outer 12″Inner 480W 5500K Ring Fluorescent Flash Light with Stand (price before sale $110)

+ starts Monday 11:55am ET: ESDDI 18inch 100W LED Dimmable Ring Light, Adjustable Color Temperature 3200K-5800K, Stand Phone Holder, Hot Shoe Adapter (price before sale $120 minus $6 off clip-on coupon)

+ starts Monday 12:44pm ET: Mohoo 7x5FT Colorful Brick Wall Silk Photography Backdrop (price before sale $23)

+ various other action cams and assorted C&P accessories


  1. S.W. Anderson says

    Amazon time limits seem to be subject to change without notice. Or, may be subject to a bogus notice. I clicked on four of the Bonai batteries for $9.87 at about 8:32 p.m. PT. The product page showed the price would change in 27 minutes and some number of seconds. I left the batteries in my cart and looked at some other things. At 8:58 PT I went to my shopping cart and . . . surprise! The batteries now cost $12.99. I checked the product page quickly; same there.. I checked time on satellite TV, it’s 9 on the nose, same as on my PC.

    Amazon should honor an item’s price when placed in the cart for a reasonable time. I think at least an hour would be reasonable, I know a half hour or less would be reasonable. But, if Amazon can’t do that, it should at least stick to its own time-left notice as of when the item was placed in the shopping cart. Shopping Amazon should not be a “now you see it (sale price),” and “now you don’t.” Amazon should calibrate it’s clocks or programming and stick its own stated deadlines.

    This little surprise comes a few weeks after another: a coupon code that failed to trigger the stated discount on the checkout page. I did get a customer service rep to make that one right. Yes, I’m annoyed. Batteries order and another item canceled.