Score 60% Off Walmart’s Dual-Screen Portable DVD Player That’s ‘Great for Road Trips’


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Walmart is bringing Black Friday deals a little earlier this year, which means you can score everything for a fraction of the price and avoid last-minute gift shopping. That includes sales on travel necessities like a portable DVD player for cars that’s currently being discounted for $130 — a.k.a. some major savings.

Whether you’re gearing up for a long road trip or traveling to visit family, investing in a portable DVD player can allow you to indulge in your favorite rom-coms, horror movies and more without having to worry about getting a stiff neck, which usually comes from looking down at a tablet or smartphone. If you’re not willing to spend hundreds of dollars on a new portable DVD player for cars, then Walmart has you covered with a stellar deal that drops the bestseller down to under $100.

You won’t just be getting a single DVD player either — the model includes two 10.5-inch screens to avoid people crowding or leaning in to get a view off one small screen. It also has a 3-in-1 AC adapter and HD screen for crystal clearer pictures. Setup aims to take mere minutes and includes two mounting brackets and two headrest straps.

Keep reading to shop the deal.

Fangor 10.5-Inch Dual Screen Portable DVD Player for Car

$89.99 $219.99 59% off

Buy Now on walmart

Featuring a rechargeable battery, this this portable DVD player for cars can last up to five hours on a full charge and unplugged. It includes a remote, but if you’re prone to losing things it also has a touchscreen. The device has delighted reviewers who have commented on how it’s “great for road trips” and has been a “lifesaver” on the road. It’s no wonder it’s garnered a 4.7 star rating!

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