Get a FeiyuTech SPG 3-Axis Handheld Gimbal Smartphone Stabilizer for $123.99 in TomTop’s sale! (Promoted Deals)

TomTop has been the source of a number of great deals recently, and today it has another fantastic deal for anyone looking for stabilized video.

On offer is the FeiyuTech SPG 3-Axis Handheld Gimbal Smartphone Stabilizer for only $238.99, which is a massive saving of 41% off the original price of $399.99. Even better is if you use the coupon code LSRFY115 you’ll get a further discount to bring the final price down to JUST $123.99. Be sure to act now as the code is only valid until 10th October. Head on over to TomTop to pick it up.

The FeiyuTech SPG Gimbal is splash-proof meaning you can continue recording even if it rains and features a sliding arm making it compatible with most smartphones. It also features Bluetooth for one-handed operation and also a new manual focus made possible by the combination of the joystick and trigger button. The gimbal is the perfect companion for smooth video and will help capture that perfect shot.

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  • Brand: FeiyuTech
  • Model: SPG (newest version)
  • Tilting Angle: 320°
  • Rolling Angle: 320°
  • Panning Angle: 360°
  • Tilting Increments: 2°/s~75°/s
  • Panning Increments: 3°/s~150°/s
  • Usage Time: 8 hours
  • Suitability: For all 50mm~80mm width smartphones, compatible for GoPro Hero5/4/3/3+ and other action cameras of similar dimension
  • Powered By: 1 * 22650 battery (3.7V, 3000mAh)
  • Item Weight: 360g / 12.7oz
  • Package Size: 33.8 * 19 * 5cm / 13.3 * 7.5 * 2in
  • Package Weight: 1103g / 38.9oz

    Package List:
    1 * SPG 3-Axis Gimbal
    1 * 22650 Battery
    1 * USB Cable
    1 * Stabilizer Storage Bag
    2 * Sponge Pad
    1 * User Manual (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, Arabic, Chinese)

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