Save 57% on this Anycubic 3D printer as part of Amazon's Prime Day deals.
Whether it's functional products, new miniatures for a tabletop game, or anything in between, 3D printing is a diverse field of opportunity for you to showcase your creativity.
Better yet, as the technology gets cheaper, there are deals to be had on the best 3D printers - and Amazon's Prime Day has thrown up another excellent one from Anycubic. The manufacturer's Photon Mono X2 is available for just $229.99 - a huge $300 discount from the regular price.
We reviewed the Anycubic Photon Mono X2 earlier this year and we were hugely impressed with it. It has excellent print quality, it's easy to use, and we even said it was great value for money - double that statement now it's more than half off in the sale.
Key features: 4096 x 2560 resolution, works with multiple printing applications, 9.1-inch display
Price history: Prior to this deal, the best we'd seen price-wise was $300 - making this an absolute steal at over $70 less than the previous lowest price.
Reviews consensus: In our review, we said "the Photon Mono X2 is a near flawless experience from setup to final prints, with a simple setup process and little to no tuning required" and that's about as definitive as we can be with an excellent setup process, great value for money, and reliable print quality.
Buy it if: You want an easy-to-use 3D printer capable of printing to a decent size, but that won't break the bank. Essentially, it's a great pick for anyone new to 3D printing, and veterans, too.
Don't buy it if: You want something with a more reliable WLAN connection - the Anycubic Photon Mono X2 is WI-FI only.
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Lloyd is a long-time freelancer specializing in computer and gaming tech, with a particular focus on all thing Apple. You'll find him regularly testing the latest iPhone or iPad, and you can also find him writing about video games all over the internet. He also has an interest in virtual reality, which he has written about extensively. He's currently the Editor in Chief at GGRecon.com.