11.11 The Biggest Sale Of The Year. The Best Offers Here

11.11 The Biggest Sale Of The Year. The Best Offers Here

Today is Double 11 and a huge day in China. Online retailers slash their prices and have some huge discounts. Often it’s limited stock but at very low prices if you’re quick. 11.11 deals have now kicked off. This page here we can post the best deals of 11.11 (I will keep updating it) and the most popular ones. If you find a good deal please let us know in the comments so we can share the best offers.

Popular online stores with Paypal:

Banggood 11.11 discount coupons below. Thier tablet promotion is here.

CHUWI 20% : 2AA453
CUBE 20% : B327F6
TECLAST 20% : 99BD72

Top Tablet Deals:

Lenovo P8 (Tab 3 Plus) $121:

Lenovo’s P8 Tab 3 Plus, is one of the best 8-inch tablets I’ve reviewed. It’s powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625, 3GB of RAM, 16GB eMMC with MicroSD support. It’s also the only tablet I’ve reviewed this year that has GPS with a digital compass making it perfect for boating, navigation, GPS, Google Maps etc. The screen is also fully laminated and it has dual loudspeakers either side and a great build to it. It’s currently on flash sale for 11.11 going for just $121 USD here. (this deal starts at 12 pm GMT)

Cheapest $99 Android 7.1 Tablet – Teclast P10

This cheap tablet has a 1920 x 1200 16:10 ratio IPS screen. An octa-core CPU, 2GB of RAM & 32GB eMMC. It runs stock Android 7.1 and also has a metal unibody build, d/c charging, dual-band wireless N, dual speakers and microSD slot.

It’s going for $99.99 with coupon 028BCD at Banggood here. I hope to review mine soon here on the site.

 

Cube Mix Plus $269 – Core M3-7Y30:

Cube Mix Plus for $269. Core M3-730 Windows 10 tablet with WACOM stylus support, 1080p Surface Pro 2 screen and option keyboard & stylus. The cheapest also one of the best WACOM stylus supporting tablets. The latest Core M3 chip with some decent power to it. And 128GB SSD, Wireless AC And USB 3.1 type-C port.

Make sure you click and apply the coupon GBTPC25 to get 25% off. The Cube Mix Plus deal is here.

 

Where to apply the coupons

 

Teclast Master T10 – $179:

So far this one has been the best Android 7 tablet I’ve reviewed so far, stunning 2560 x 1600 screen which is fully laminated. Stock Android 7 ROM that’s quick, enough power from the quad-core CPU and 4GB of RAM to play all of the latest games with great FPS. And the battery life is decent. This one is now on flash sale for $179 down from $209. The deal is here. My full review of the Teclast T10 is here.

Teclast master T8 $179 (Android 7 8-inch tablet)

Like the Master T10, I’ve reviewed this Android 7 tablet has a 2560 x 1600 fully laminated screen. 4GB of RAM, 64GB eMMC, MicroSD, Fingerprint reader, Wireless AC and 5800mAh battery. The ROM is stock and enough performance to play all of the latest demanding games smoothly, even at 1600p. It’s selling for $179 with a limit of 200 units here.

FNF iFive Mini 4S $89

The best iPad Mini 4 clone of 2017, fully laminated iPad retina screen. Stock Android ROM, metal build, and good performance. Super cheap too, only $89 with coupon GBTPC08 here. More info on this model here: https://techtablets.com/fnf-ifive-mini-4s/

Top Laptop Deals:

These items below I have owned or reviewed and can vouch for them as good products for the price.

Mi Notebook Pro $879 – 8th Gen Intel Core i5 8250U:

The best Chinese laptop I’ve seen, premium build with the latest 8th Gen Intel quad-core CPU’s and Nvidia MX150 (1030) GPU. Great backlit keyboard, fully laminated 1080p screen and one of the best Windows laptop touchpads you’ll find. It’s currently reduced to $879 on flash sale for the i5 8250U version here.

Jumper EZBook 3 Pro $219:

Yes, it’s yet again selling for $219, no coupon required this time. The best Apollo Lake budget laptop of 2017. Full metal body, thin, 1080p IPS.  7-8 hour battery life. The deal can be found here.

Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air 12 – 256GB version. $499 with coupon MIAIR256

The fanless Core M3-7Y30 version, very thin and light full metal body at 12.5-inches it has a bright fully laminated IPS screen. 256GB SATA3 SSD and a spare slot to install your own NVMe SSD. The touchpad is glass covered, just like the screen and the keyboard is backlit. Perfect light travel laptop with some decent power thanks to the Core M3. Twice as fast as an Apollo Lake N3450.

The gold version discount coupon: Air12GOLDEN and the deal page is here. The silver version, 256GB is also $499 here with coupon MIAIR256

Top Drone Deals:

Xiaomi Mi Drone 4k $389

An awesome 4k drone, a great alternative for those that don’t want to spend top dollar on the DJI drones but offering similar quality. I’ve reviewed this one and it’s a fantastic drone. I really need to find some time to post another video on it.  It’s selling for $389 here.

DJI Mavic Pro:

DJ Mavic Pro fly more pack (+ two batteries, case, extra car charger) $1079

DJ Mavic Pro drone, battery & controller only: $869

Often referred to as the best drone around due to its range, foldable design and advanced tracking and avoidance features. The fly more combo of this 4k foldable drone is going for $1079, this normally sells for over $1150. This combo pack includes four spare blades, two batteries, extra charger for your car and DJI Mavic Pro carry case. And then the Drone only + controller is selling for $869 on a limited 11.11 flash sale.

 

 

Chinese tablet news, hands on videos and reviews of the latest Chinese tablets. I don’t review or cover just anything, only tablets I think are good enough and worth the attention.

48 Comments

  1. Here are two great coupons for Australian viewers, thanks to Jerome for these:

    Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro Fingerprint Recognition – CORE I5 8GB + 256GB DEEP GRAY
    US$811.11
    1111GBAU30

    Xiaomi Notebook Air 13.3 – 8GB + 256GB + GEFORCE MX150 SILVER
    US$717.11
    1111GBAU33
    Available: 30

    They are available here: http://www.gearbest.com/?lkid=10749901

    • Hi Chris G!

      I looking for a new notebook and I was wondering which one you would recommend…
      It’s not for gamming, just browsing and office, but still I didnt want to pay for something that would be slow in a few months..

      I wanted +13′, SSD (bc is faster), +6Gb ram, intel m3 (if possible) ..
      My choice would be Cube Thinker but it’s overpriced!
      Ezbook 3 Plus is a good choice also, but the screen is a down point…and a bit more expensive than I expect..
      So I’m between Lapbook Air (lacks SSD) and Ezbook 3S…

      What are you thoughts?

  2. Hello, how to get Teclast Master T10 for 179$ ?
    I see price above 200$

    • I think the deal is over. Check back for thanksgiving and black Friday deals this month. I’m sure the price will drop again soon.

  3. Writing after lurking for months since my last post.
    Just wanted to give you guys a heads up with coupons and PayPal…

    TL; DR Double check the grand total in your cart even if you already approved a payment on PayPal. You might get charged the last amount confirmed, even if PayPal promt says differently. GearBest was cool and professional and refunded me without questions

    Here’s what happened:
    1 – got a nice coupon for a Xiaomi MI6 for 171€ limited to 25 or 50 pieces on a Facebook Live event
    2 – Coupon works, checkout with PayPal
    3 – Got redirected to PayPal, confirmed a 171€ payment
    4 – Got redirected to GearBest, cart is now 400$ (I bet pieces sold out, sadly there’s no time lock on inserted coupons like Amazon or other retailers)
    5 – I thought – “Hey what could go wrong, I approved only 171€ on PayPal, if the website tries to charge for more the payment will surely get blocked or i’ll be redirected to authorize another paymen on PayPal. What’s PayPal for otherwise…?”
    6 – Nope
    7 – I’ll be damned
    8 – Get charged for 475€ (not dollars, you read that right). The order in GearBest shows only 350€ as total spent!

    What I think happened is: Coupon invalidated during purchase, Phone was selling on flash sale for 400$, coupon fails, price jumps to full. PayPal was completely useless in the process.

    Spent the following 2 days sending messages to PayPal and GearBest. PayPal denied every kind of issue, even though this is 99% THEIR fault (approving a payment should “unlock” only the approved amount, obviously… they might have a bug, but their customer care won’t give a damn).

    GearBest refunded me in 24h 🙂

  4. I really have to know… what is they guy in the white supposed to be? What is he supposed to be doing? What image or message or emotion is he supposed to be conveying? https://techtablets.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/GB-11.jpg

    • Stupid image, that guy in white is clearly going mad or is in an insane asylum. BS GB advertising!!!

  5. Please do review the Teclast P10 sometime soon.
    Tried looking at some reviews but they’re all somewhat useless. All I hear is words of praise even when they try talking about the cons of the device… That DC charging is also somewhat of a mystery.
    I basically want a cheap 1080p tablet to read some books and manga, perhaps watch some Netflix on it. Basically curious about the screen, battery and charging. Going to hold off purchasing it until I have some reliable info to work with 🙂

    • Chris posted here or somewhere I read he ordered one. So I guess it’s coming soon. But I think for the $100 bucks and the Rockchip it has is capable, more than the MeditaTek & Mali 720P The SoC handles 4k and h.265 http://www.rk3368.com/

      But battery life or something would have been cut to produce it so cheap.

  6. Mi Notebook Pro here for $858, cheapest you’ll find. Better than Gearbest or Banggood here http://shrsl.com/mo0z

    • Also see that express 3-4 day shipping is free and if I pay $60 extra I can get tax insurance. If you get charged taxes Lightinthebox.com pay it. Anyone know if they really payout the taxes?

  7. Check your links on Cube Mix, the linked titles and names are mostly not working (misspelled with HHTTP instead of HTTP) 🙂

  8. Anything on the cube thinker? The cube mix plus looks a great deal but would probably end up regretting buying another 4gb ram device.

  9. Chris does the teclast p10 have gps?

  10. I’ve expected a little more from this XD but well not really… the banggood coupons don’t seem to work at least for me

    I cannot even find cube notebooks there XD
    And for the chuwi coupon, it didn’t work on the Lapbook Air, Lapbook 12,3 nor Lapbook 14,1 (well that one’s not available …)

    I saw the Xiaomi Air 12 for 168€ or something on gearbest the other day (with english non-activated windows 10) but of course it was then out of stock … I wonder if anyone actually got to use that or if it’s just a random thing they did….

    Thanks a lot for posting this and making life easier !

    • I’ve found this years aliexpress prices are bad, more than banggood and gearbest. Check Aliexpress price, then check gearbest its cheaper. Not sure, I was looking for an awesome deal on a tablet. waiting for the Lenovo Tab 3 Plus for a SatNav tablet.

    • Was really hoping for an awesome price on some of the better reviewed laptops here (Chuwi Air <$300, Mi Pro <$800) but most of the sales aren't any more than usual. Maybe I was expecting too much from 11/11

      • I was also expecting better or too much like you said. $299 Chuwi lapbook Air would have been great!

  11. You can get the Cube Mix Plus for $269.99, so $10 cheaper than Banggood here Chris https://www.gearbest.com/tablet-pcs/pp_590393.html?wid=21 maybe update the info?

  12. My ezbook pro 3 has been “processing” with gearbest for nearly 5 weeks. Very slow service everytime I have used them

    • Yeah they are really slow to ship, someone said it’s because Jumper cannot meet the demand or something on the EZBook 3 Pro. My order of my Mi Notebook Air 12 from gearbest was over one 1 week “processing” and then another 13 days to arrive to the UK, might have been cheap but somewhat slow to arrive. No VAT on arrival which was good. I used the cheapest post method.

    • May i know your order number?
      Sorry i am Sara from Gearbest

  13. Anyone has order questions can contact me([email protected] ) with your order number 🙂

    • Sara, I am waiting for your answer second day thrue
      Thanx

  14. Hi, I followed Chris for months and I think it’s time to buy ezbook 3 pro from gearbest. I’ve never bought from the site, is there anything particular I need to know? Does it work like amazon? Thanks to all those who will answer.

    • First, use a Cashback site, givingassistant.org worked for me every single time, right now they have a 6% Cashback on GearBest.

      Second, when paying, make sure to pay through PayPal. If the unit are faulty etc, GearBest don’t pay the return shipping costs, PayPal have a service that you can use 12 times a year that refunds shipping costs up to $30.

      Third, when choosing shipping options, don’t go for the express or priority ones with DHL etc, it might be tempting, but with DHL you alway end up paying import taxes and even duty if the values to high. I ordered a lot from China and never been charged when using the slower option.

      Fourth, They write down the value of the product a lot, were talking 10% if the value if not lower. So I always use their shipping insurance that costs 3% or so of the total value, but worth it since they don’t take responsibility when it left the factory if you don’t use it.

      These tips are useful when it comes to shopping at all the bigger Chinese sites.

    • Hi

      Yes, works more or less like Amazon, a few comments though.

      1) Sign up with givingassistant.org, its a cashback site, and right now they have 6% on everything on Gearbest, works like a charm.

      2) When ordering, make sure to pay through paypal (but change to your banks currency converter), since Gearbest dont pay any return shipping for items malfunctioning, you can use paypals option 12 times a year, they will refund any shipping fee up to $30 for you.

      3) When ordering, make sure to use the slower options and not the express/priority ones. The small cost and awesome shipping times might be tempting, but with for example DHL, you will pay taxes and administration fee as well, which in your case would end up costning you another $70 or so. Use the slower alternatives (Singapore etc) that still offers a tracking service.

      4) They always write down the value when sending with those companies, so the extra cost in shipping insurance (around 3% of the total value) is well worth it (even though I havent had anything dissapear for me on 20+ orders)

      5) When opening the parcel, always have a habit on filming it. I havent had any trouble, but theres stories going around of people opening up an empty parcel. Doesnt need to be GB fault, but that evidence together with the shipping insurance will get you a new item without any trouble.

      6) Always send in a ticket if theres something not right, they are very quick to help you out, and often offers a compensation (even if they normally start low)

      Anyways, never had any trouble with them. Gearbest and Banggood are very professional. Gearbest also have a great app with some additional account inside it, but then you cant use a cashback site.

  15. Gearbest.com have the fnf ifive 4s for sale for $89 and the Lenovo p8 for $121.

    • Posted on the iFive Mini 4S, I will add the Lenovo P8 too

  16. Xiomi M365 Black color only should buy inside of Gearbest App with 35% disccount 300€.
    I have bought mine hope everything arrive in good condition.

    • The Xiaomi QiCycle has a nice discount too – 456.18€

      • Hmm, maybe I should finally get one to review. Thanks for the info

        • I really hope you do a review!
          Someday you will have a fleet of electric scooters and open a rental service 🙂

          • I will as I have 3 more scooters coming. One looks really good, 30km/h max speed and a 500W motor that can tackle most climbs. Looking forward to that one.

      • I wish Gearbest & Co would ship the Scooters and Cycles to Australia – they seem like amazing products for the price but it’s one of the few products the chinese sellers don’t like shipping to Aus/NZ 🙁

        • I know that’s the big issue with NZ. I asked Xiaomi’s rep on the expo floor on Tuesday. And they said no plans for Aust and NZ yet. Mainly because they feel it’s a small market and hard to get into.

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