Deal: Nextbit Robin gets a huge 66% discount on eBay, up for grabs for just $136.99

The cloud-centric Nextbit Robin is subject to an aggressive promotional campaign on eBay, so if you ever wanted to own one but couldn't afford it, now would be a good time to make a financial effort.

Back in December, Amazon heavily discounted the Nextbit Robin and made it available for purchase for just $144.99. However, eBay seller Yapper Wireless Store is selling the smartphone for $139.99, a massive 66% off the MSRP.

If you decide to take advantage of the offer, then you'll be saving no less than $262. It's also worth mentioning that while the shipping is free, the seller won't send the phone in other countries except for the United States.

The Nextbit Robin 32GB model is available in either Mint or Midnight colors. Considering that more than 560 Nextbit Robin units have already been sold, it looks like the smartphone is still popular among Android fans.

Last but not least, those who purchase the Robin smartphone will also receive 1-year manufacturer's warranty directly from Nextbit.

Overall, this looks like a great deal, all the more so since Nextbit Robin has been recently updated to Android 7.0 Nougat operating system. If you're still not convinced, you can always check out our full Nextbit Robin review for more in-depth details about the phone.



1. ibend

Posts: 6747; Member since: Sep 30, 2014

see, those 100GB cloud is just useless.. better give it microSD slot and user can get extra 256GB storage if they want to..

2. kanagadeepan

Posts: 1270; Member since: Jan 24, 2012

The only problem (apart from SD810 -- which is NOT the fault of Nextbit) for this cloud phone is the battery is too small for heavy cloud access, imho...

3. Ray.S

Posts: 459; Member since: Jul 19, 2011

There are some chipset driver/performance/thermal issues with the phone as well. But aside from that, it's a wonderful design feat.

4. donnieroc unregistered

Nextbit has announced it is being acquired by Razer, ending its run as an independent startup phone company. As part of the transition, it will stop all sales of its first (and only) phone, the Robin, along with accessories. It will, however, commit to honoring warranties for the next six months, and releasing security updates until February 2018. Copied from in an article from January, 2017. When support stops, will it still be worth it??

5. tallmatt81

Posts: 71; Member since: Dec 22, 2016

They can lower the price t0 $40 bucks if they want, the Robin would still be a stupid phone. I had mine for all of 3 days and granted that it got updated to 7.0 then 7.1, but the battery life sucked and the back overheated like mad

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