Every week, we offer you dozens of fantastic deals on stuff you either need, want, will need, or will want. But because it’s easy to miss something, we’ve pulled together some of the week’s best, giving you one last shot at these special discounts before they’re finally gone for good.
Improve your workspace
Since you’re probably still working out your optimal home workflow, a few of these items may help improve some of your aging tech or just make you a little more comfortable as you slave away.
This 2.4GHz wireless optical mouse ($14.99; originally $29.99) not only has six buttons and a scrolling wheel to blitz through pages with a precise click feeling, but it also has a nano mini receptor stored inside so you can navigate within a maximum distance of 33 feet. Meanwhile, the ArgomTech USB keyboard ($16.99; originally $39.99) is all about quality and durability, with a simple setup and elegant style to fit in any workspace.
By just hooking this ArgomTech laptop cooling pad with 3 fans ($19.99; originally $24.99) to your laptop USB port, you’ll get cooling air circulation to prevent unwanted overheating and extend the life of your device. Or if you can’t settle on a position that doesn’t feel uncomfortable, this aluminum portable folding laptop stand ($29.99; originally $89.99) offers six adjustable heights to hold your computer and the ergonomic level to give you the best visual without eyestrain, hand fatigue or neck, and back pain.
Of course, the reason you’re home in the first place is this deadly virus outside. We all know personal protective equipment (PPE) is in short supply, so stock up on a 10-pack of KN95 masks ($49.99; originally $99.99). Not to be confused with the medical-grade N95 masks reserved for medical personnel, these sturdy faceguards will still block 99 percent of particles as you inhale and 70 percent of what you exhale.
And the SafeFinger Antimicrobial Brass Keychain Touch Tool ($19.99; originally $30) makes sure you never have to touch contaminated countertops, door handles, touchscreens, or anything else that might help spread microorganisms and germs.
Want both masks AND touch tools? The COVID-19 Protective Care Bundle ($39.99; originally $79.95) includes a 10-pack of 3-ply masks, two bottles of hand sanitizer, and a double shot of Safe Touch N Go keys. Or step up to the COVID-19 Care Box Super Pack ($69.99; originally $149.95) that not only features the masks, sanitizer, and keys, but 40 magic towels that expand with water for on-the-go cleaning, a UV sterilizer bar to disinfect any surface in seconds, and a pair of sanitizer cards that kill airborne traces of germs and bacteria around you.
Those handheld sterilizers are great anywhere, so you can get a Mini UV-C Sterilizer Light ($31.99; originally $39.99) that hooks to your toilet seat or garbage bin lid to blast those germs with organism-killing UV-C light; or the 3-in-1 UV Sterilizer ($49.99; originally $149.99) that not only sanitizes your phone but also powers you up with Qi wireless charging tech and even a built-in aromatherapy function to freshen your space.
And since the CDC recommends using temporal thermometers to scan temperatures from a distance, this infrared thermometer ($69.99; originally $149.99) does just that, scan for heat from a distance of 2 to 3 inches for no-contact measurement.
Music’s never been more vital to keeping us all sane, so a pair of headphone options from Skullcandy could be just the thing. The Indy True Wireless Earbuds ($59.99; originally $83.99) delivers a truly wireless experience, a sound profile tuned to deliver crisp highs and warm lows without distortion, and up to 16 rechargeable hours of battery life.
Or go entirely over-ear with the Skullcandy Venue Active Noise Canceling Wireless Headphones ($129.99; originally $178.99), including noise cancellation to filter out world noise and sink deeper into the music as well as built-in Tile technology to help you ping your headphones and find them wherever you left them.
Finally, in the event that just you listening to the tunes isn’t enough, the Marshall Acton II Wireless Smart Speaker ($219.99; originally $299.99) has power to spare, serving up booming, well-balanced audio you’d expect, even from the smallest speaker in the fabled Marshall lineup.
Tech is awesome
Where other smart home cameras can’t offer descriptive details under poor lighting conditions, the CapsuleCam WDR Security Camera ($43.99; originally $89.99) has Starlight Vision Tech, which lets you see clearer images in color, whether in broad daylight, low light, or even in the dark.
Cord-cutters should be down with the AT-400V 70-Mile Range Outdoor/Indoor HDTV Antenna ($109.99; originally $239.99), combining classic Yagi antenna engineering with new digital technology to receive free over-the-air digital signals from local TV stations up to 70 miles away.
Or if books are more your speed, the BOOX Poke Pro 6″ E-Ink Carta E-Reader Tablet ($169.99; originally $189.99) not only organizes all your favorite e-books but also has new front light technology with two light hues and 300ppi resolution for sharper and darker text with outstanding background contrast to help you avoid eye strain, headaches and other issues.
Big boy toys
Nobody said you couldn’t pick up something just for the sheer fun of it…like this CyberSaber:Laser Sword with Built-In Sound Activation ($109; originally $149.99) with 11 different light colors, realistic sounds, an aerospace-grade, precision-milled aluminum hilt and detachable, ultra-durable, battle-ready blade for all your galaxy saving needs.
The Senstroke by Redison Bluetooth Drum Kit and app bundle ($189.95; originally $200) can teach you to drum without a drumkit or disrupting your whole neighborhood. Sync your sensors with the app and everyday items become drumheads, feeding sound back to you via headphones as you improve your skin work with interactive lessons.
And the Cinemood 360, the world’s first 360° interactive projector ($328.99; originally $499), is a portable, handheld projector built to be safe for kids while supporting full 360-degree video playback and a whole host of interactive games that’ll keep both young and old engaged for hours.
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