Amazing GoPro deal gets you Hero 6 and two batteries for just £169

to become a YouTube superstar? There's a cracking GoPro deal available right now.

You can bag the impressive GoPro Hero 6 for just £169.99.

Better still, the deal includes two spare batteries – so you'll struggle to run out of charge on the move.

A GoPro Hero 6 bought brand new typically costs between £319 and £379.

But GoPro is selling this cheaper "Certified Refurbished" model via its eBay store with a huge discount.

  • GoPro Hero 6 at eBay for £169.99 – buy here

The product is direct from GoPro, and has been manufacturer refurbished.

It comes rebooted with the official accessories, and even comes with a fresh one-year warranty.

The GoPro Hero 6 is a few years old, but it's still a cracking camera.

It's capable of shooting 4K footage at 60 frames per second.

And you can capture 2.7K footage at 120 frames per second – or 1080p at 240 frames per second – if you prefer.

You can snap 12-megapixel photos, including with a 30-per-second burst.

The casing is waterproof to depths of 33-feet without a special .

And it's got a "rugged" design that means you shouldn't worry about giving the camera a few knocks.

GoPro has built video stabilisation and wind noise reduction into the camera.

Shooting is managed via a simple one-button system, or with voice controls.

It's got built-in WiFi and Bluetooth, as well as a two-inch touchscreen on the back.

The Hero 6 offers better low-light video and image capture compared to previous generations.

There's location tagging, and support for a wide-range of official and unofficial mounts and accessories.

Inside the box you'll get the camera, two rechargeable batteries, a frame, mounting buckle, adhesive mount and a USB-C charging cable.

  • GoPro Hero 6 at eBay for £169.99 – buy here

All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing, but may have since changed. Always do your own research before making any purchase.

In other news, Bill Gates has said he only uses Android phones because they make things "easier" for him.

Samsung has launched a "try before you buy" scheme for its most expensive mobiles to date.

Apple is rumoured to be working on a foldable phone to rival Samsung.

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