In case you missed it earlier, I’ve got two posts of solid deals for Amazon Cyber Monday. These are all items I either own or really like but haven’t wanted to spend the money on:
I own quite a few of these items and really like them. After spending some more time going through Amazon deals today, I found a handful of items that are either in my backpack or on my list of things to buy. Here goes:
Plantronics Voyager Legend Bluetooth Headset: Normally $100 or more, on sale today for $51.99
I need to do a formal review of this headset, but I love it. After years of using a Bose bluetooth headset, but this is cheaper and definitely better. At $50, you can’t go wrong for ease of use, sound quality and battery life.
Anker PowerLine 10ft Lightning Cable: Normally $15, on sale for $11.89
I really enjoy the Anker cables, though I prefer the braided versions which can be a few dollars more unless you find a rocking sale. Only the white cables are on sale today but I’ve never really cared what color my cables are.
Anker Quick Charge Dual USB Car Charger: Normally $59.99, discounted to $16.99
In practice, I rarely see this priced at $59.99. I think it’s usually about $30, which still makes $16.99 a screaming deal for a USB car charger that will charge 2 iPads at the same time. And, Anker warranties these for 18 months, and actually stands behind that warranty unlike other companies.
Anker PowerLine+ 10ft MicroUSB Cable: Normally $29.99, on sale for $10.19
For Android folks, the 10 foot version of the Anker braided cable I carry for my iPhone and iPad. These cables are incredibly durable. They pop up on sale from time-to-time, but I don’t recall seeing the 10 foot version this cheaply. Only the red version is this cheap today.
Lonely Planet Cuba Travel Guide: Normally $24.99, on sale for $12.98
More To Come?
There may be more items on sale that I’m interested in, so check back later. For now, these are the best ones I’ve seen for things I can recommend.
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