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2 months ago

Best Tech Gifts for Kids

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Buying for kids isn't easy, but this is a good place to start!

No two kids are alike, but chances are if they know you there's a tech streak in there somewhere that will let you appreciate gadgets together. Sometimes that means playing a game together on your favorite console, and sometimes that means running around outside while a 360-degree camera grabs your failed cartwheel at just the right angle. Yeah, that one's going on YouTube.

What about gear that's just for the kids, though? Stuff that will not only be fun for them to use, but in some small way actually be good for them? That's where this gift guide can lend a helping hand. You'll find everything you could possibly want to gift that will make kids smile and think at the same time. Enjoy!

This post was updated in December 2016 with the latest information!

Kano Computer Kit

They say kids appreciate things more if they've built it themselves, so why not make that thing a computer? The Kano Computer Kit lets a child build a small PC that connects to any HDMI screen and learn the basics of user interaction and programming. It's a simple, fun kit that can be expanded to include a separate portable screen for a little more, but the real challenge is in the teaching. This kit helps kids understand how the individual components function, and includes a huge variety of apps and games once everything is set up.

The truth is this isn't much more complicated than a Raspberry Pi with a wireless keyboard and a special casing. To a child looking to learn, that simple kit could mean a great deal more.

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Maybe a Smartphone?

Deciding to equip a kid with a smartphone is no small thing, and that decision has requirements that vary wildly from parent to parent. It doesn't matter if your kid comes home and says they're the only one in the class who doesn't have a phone or that they're the first, the choice is yours and there are some great options for younger users.

We've assembled the perfect list of the best smartphones for kids, so you can make the most informed decision possible!

More: The Best Android phone for kids

littleBits: Rule Your Room Kit

Every parent wants to see their kid be a creator, and there have never been more tech options available to help make that possible. Free programming apps are all over the place, digital drawing has never been more accessible, and then there's littleBits. These are kits for the little engineer in your life, giving them the tools to build everything from simple alarm clocks to a pressure sensitive switch for whatever they can think of.

The Rule Your Room Kit comes with step-by-step instructions and all of the materials for eight different inventions, as well as access to a community of builders that have used this same kit to build a lot more.

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The Starter Smartwatch

Kids tend to emulate the adults in their lives, and if you're walking around all day with a computer on your wrist there's a good chance your kid wants one to be just like you. That's not always a good idea, especially if your watch is one of the pricier Android Wear offerings, but that doesn't mean there aren't options out there built for kids to fill the need. Whether your kid has a smartphone already or just wants something colorful to be like you, there are some great smartwatches out there for kids. Here's our take on the best available today!

More: The Best smartwatch for kids

Code-A-Pillar

There's no such thing as being too young to enjoy a good gadget, and there's no such thing as being too young to learn how you think about programming. The Fisher-Price Code-A-Pillar is proof of both of these statements, and it's pretty great. The little wiggle worm "learns" the pattern you put in its back, and travels based on those instructions. This teaches kids how to think about step-by-step instruction assembly, which can be very helpful later on in life.

The standard Code-A-Pillar can be upgraded with expansion modules that add new instructions, so even if your kid quickly masters this critter there are ways to keep things fun and continue the education!

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View-Master Deluxe VR Viewer

Generally speaking, kids under 13 should be careful to not spend more than an hour in VR at any given time. That being said, there are some incredible VR experiences that you can manage by making them only available when you put your phone inside of their special headset. Mattel's futuristic View-Master Deluxe is where you start, and everyone who uses it is going to fall in love.

This VR viewer comes with a couple of special educational discs for View-Master field trips to different locations all over the world, but it's also a Google Cardboard viewer. That means you can watch 360-degree videos on YouTube, play VR games from the Google Play Store, and in this improved model connect whatever headphones you want for a more complete experience.

See at Amazon

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2 months ago

Star Trek Combadge: Is This The One To Beam Up?

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Bluetooth. The final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship MrMobile. It's continuing mission: to explore strange new tech, to seek out new devices and new iterations, to boldly go looking for super neat things.

We couldn't resist. But is this bluetooth Star Trek combadge is worth your hard-earned latinum? Watch Michael Fisher bring it all down to Engineering and figure out if this will make you look and feel like the Grand Nagus, or if you're really taking a spin on the Dabo wheel with this one.

Beam up to these sites and get more MrMobile

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2 months ago

Best Tech Gifts for the Chef in Your Life

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Best Tech Gifts for the Chef in Your Life

What's the best tech gift for a chef? Here are some options that sizzle!

Cooking predates any form of technology, really (unless you count the wheel), but that doesn't mean that you can't get your favorite chef something to bring his or her kitchen into the 21st century and beyond!

Here are some chef-worthy gift ideas that won't make you roux the day you gave them to the chef in your life.

Somabar

Somabar

The Somabar is just plain cool as hell. It's essentially a robot bartender that mixes drinks based on what you tell it in the Somabar app. You just keep the Soma Pods filled with your favorite alcohol and mixes, and the app will even help you concoct cocktails of your own creation.

This is a Kickstarter that's been funded and available for pre-order.

Pre-order at Somabar


FOODsniffer

FOODsniffer

If you're like me at all, you sometimes have a hard time figuring out if meat has gone bad or not. If it's funky and discolored, then of course I know, but there's always that awkward window where I'm not quite sure.

The FOODsniffer is like that dude who tested the food for the king to make sure it wasn't poisoned — by detecting the gases associated with rot, it accurately lets you know if the meat, fish, and poultry you're thinking of cooking has gone bad.

The FOODsniffer only detects via gases, and the disclaimer on its website says that it won't be able to discern the presence of bacterial growth, like Salmonella or E. coli, so if you have week-old chicken, but it's not producing rot gas (by some random act of bad luck), still chuck it, or be careful at the very least.

Comes in black, white, green, and purple. The gadget, not the meat.

See at FOODsniffer

Prep Pad

Prep Pad

The Prep Pad is the food scale of the future, and it connects to your phone via Bluetooth and the cool Orange Chef app, which gives you a complete nutritional picture of your meal with just a bit of input from you.

If the chef in your life is also a calorie counter or simply wants to start eating more healthily, the Prep Pad is a great tool to help figure out nutrition while cooking.

See at Amazon

Amazon Echo

Amazon Echo

The perennial Android Central favorite, the Amazon Echo is the smart assistant that every chef needs. Set timers, search the internet for recipes, cue up some music, and tons more, using Amazon's digital assistant, Alexa, and just your voice. No needs to touch buttons with messy paws.

The Echo isn't just a personal assistant, but a powerful Bluetooth speaker as well. If you don't need the speaker but still want the Alexa functionality, there's the less expensive Amazon Echo Dot.

If all else fails and dinner just isn't going as planned, you can just order a pizza from Domino's!

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Mellow

Mellow

Mellow is the smart sous-vide machine of your dreams. To cook sous-vide is to place food in airtight plastic bags and throw them in a warm water bath, sort of like an underwater slow cooker. The plastic bags lock in flavour and the slow cook time make everything scrum-diddily-umptious.

Mellow lets you control temperature, cooking time, and more through the app. So if you're at work and know you have a steak that'll take an hour, fire it up an hour before you get home and boom, you come home to a hot meal.

You can make up to six portions at a time in Mellow, it weighs your food automatically, and the in-app chef learns your tastes over time to make recipe recommendations and what not.

Pre-order at Mellow


Spectrum universal tablet stand

Spectrum tablet stand

You need a place to hold your tablet. A countertop tablet stand is great, but if you're dealing with some very unstable herbs, things could messy.

The Spectrum stand is a floor stand that adjusts from 36 to 64 inches, so you can stand it next to you while you cook, reading recipes and learning techniques from YouTube videos, without getting it all filthy on the counter.

Fits 7- to 10-inch tablets.

See at Amazon


Smart Crock-Pot (with WeMo)

Smart Crock-Pot

Who doesn't like coming home to a hot meal at the end of the day? Not having to cook when you get home is the cat's pajamas, and a slow cooker is the perfect to make sure dinner's hot and ready when you are.

Even better, WeMo's app lets you control the Smart Crock-Pot over Wi-Fi, so you can control the temperature and settings while you're away from home. If you're worried that your grub is going to burn, you can even set it to warm or turn it off completely. No more "did I leave the oven on?"

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2 months ago

Save $60 on the Sphero BB-8 with Star Wars Force Band!

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Right now you can pick up the Sphero BB-8 with Star Wars Force Band for just $140, a savings of $60. The Force Band allows you to control the robot with gestures like Force push and drive instead of breaking out your phone to navigate it around. With the BB-8 you'll be able to reenact scenes from the movie while it makes authentic sounds, and much more.

Whether you are a die-hard Star Wars fan, or just like cool gadgets, you'll want to check this deal out. The $140 price tag is only good for today, December 16, so be sure to act quick if you are interested.

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2 months ago

Get a free 5-pack of Micro-USB cables with this Quick Charge 3.0 car charger

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RAVPower is currently offering a free 5-pack of Micro-USB cables with the purchase of a Quick Charge 3.0 car charger with coupon code W3KLH3GN. The car charger offers four USB ports, so you can easily charge up your own gadgets as well as any others that may be in your car. One of the four is Quick Charge 3.0, so if you have a compatible phone you'll be able to charge it up to four times faster than a regular charger would.

As for the cables, they come in a variety of lengths between 1 and 10 feet long. You'll need to add both items to your cart and then use the coupon code W3KLH3GN to get the cables for free. This deal runs now through December 18, so don't wait too long to grab some for yourself.

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2 months ago

Best Shower Speakers

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Best shower speakers of 2016

Sing along with your favorite tunes in the shower with these great speakers.

If you're sick of belting out your favorite tunes in the shower a cappella you may want to consider getting a speaker to use in the shower.

We've compiled a list of the best shower speakers you can find to help you sing like nobody's listening.

Updated December, 2016.

Polk Audio BOOM Swimmer

Polk Audio BOOM Swimmer

This tadpole-looking device was conceived by the folks at Polk Audio to be as versatile as possible. The tail-end of the speaker is bendable, making it easy to wrap around shower curtain rods or even your shower head pipe, meaning there is always a convenient place to put it.

The Swimmer's waterproof rating is even greater than it needs to be for use in the shower. It can be submerged in up to 3 feet of water for half an hour without suffering any damage, meaning it can even fall into the tub when you're taking a bath.

The sound quality is not bad; although, there is very little bass, which isn't a surprise when you're talking about something this small.

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Photive Hydra

Photive Hydra

The Photive Hydra is perfect for people that want a shower speaker and are more concerned about sound quality than convenience. Sporting a passive subwoofer and two 40mm drivers, the Hydra delivers a fuller sounding low-end, while still providing pleasing, clear treble.

Its IP66 rating won't allow the speaker to be submerged, but it can handle water jets and splashing just fine, making it more than durable enough to withstand your daily shower.

The Hydra is a little bulkier and bigger than most of the other speakers on the list, but it's still compact enough to fit on the edge of your tub or on your shower caddy.

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SoundBot SB510

SoundBot SB510

The SoundBot SB510 is perfect for people who want an easier way to control their music while they are listening in the shower.

The simple interface on the front of SoundBot will let you control playback or adjust volume with just a tap of its buttons, meaning you don't need to get out of the shower and touch your phone to change songs. Plus, there is even a speaker and microphone for taking calls, so you won't miss anything important just because you're bathing.

It's water-resistant rating only protects the SoundBot from splashing; however, It installs super easily with a suction cup that is attached to the back of the speaker, so you should have no problem finding a place for it that's out of harm's way.

See at Amazon

UE Roll/UE Roll 2

UE Roll/UE Roll 2

The Ultimate Ears Roll has an IPX7 rating, meaning submerging it in up to 3 feet of water for about half an hour won't cause any damage, so your daily showers won't affect it at all. Plus, on the back, it comes with a bungee cord loop, making it easy to wrap or tie the speaker around your curtain rod or shower head, so it stays out of your way while you're headbanging in the shower.

The Roll 2 was just released and it does come with a couple of improvements. It has better sound, regarding both volume and quality, than its predecessor, and it also has an increased Bluetooth range of 100 feet, meaning your phone or tablet doesn't even have to be in the hot, steamy bathroom while you're getting clean.

We have links to both versions below because you may be able to find the original model of the Roll on sale, though the value of slightly better sound may not be worth the price difference. That's a decision best left up to you.

See UE Roll at Amazon See UE Roll 2 at Amazon

Braven Mira

Braven Mira

The first thing you will notice about the Braven Mira is the impressive sound quality for such a small device. It manages to stuff two drivers and a passive radiator into its small protective housing, giving the Mira the ability to sound full and provide some decent bass.

The hook on the back of the speaker allows it to hang easily from your shower head or it can even be used as a kickstand, allowing it to sit nicely in the corner of your tub. Plus, the battery lasts for up to 12 hours of playback, so even the longest shower takers should get more than enough time between charges.

Its waterproof rating is IPX5, meaning it can handle being hit by the stream from your shower head, which is more than enough protection for the average user.

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Fugoo Sport

Fugoo Sport

Although it's another speaker you will need to rest on a shelf or the side of your tub, the Fugoo Sport is an awesome device.

The thing that stands out the most is its 40-hour battery life. If you are truly using this in just the shower, you could probably go for weeks without needing a charge. With a waterproof rating of IP67, not only can you submerge the speaker in 3 feet of water for 30 minutes, but it's also dust-proof, meaning dirt and other particulates won't cause you any problems.

On top of it all, the sound quality is very good. The Fugoo Sport has six drivers that are spread out across all four sides, giving you clear, well-balanced 360 degree sound.

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UE Boom 2

Taking the UE Boom 2 into your shower is absolutely no problem as it has a very high water-resistant rating, allowing it to be submerged in 3 feet of water for 30 minutes. It's also protected against dirt and mud, but you can hand-wash the speaker with warm, soapy water just in case it gets messy.

UE Boom 2's battery will last you approximately 15 hours of playing time, which should amount to a lot of time in the tub, and has a Bluetooth range of 100 feet, making sure your phone, tablet, or PC doesn't have to be anywhere near the water. Plus, if you truly want the Boom 2 to live up to its onomatopoeic name, you have the option to set up another one to make a stereo pair and really raise the roof.

See at Amazon

What's your favorite?

Are you a shower singer? Let us know your favorite speaker to take into the shower with you by leaving us a comment below!

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2 months ago

Save over 30% on these great Bluetooth headphones right now!

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Anker is currently offering a few of its Bluetooth headphones for as little as $19 at Amazon, which is a savings of more than 30%. There are three different pairs of headphones to pick between, all of which are highly rated from previous buyers. They are all sweatproof and offer noise cancellation for the best sound quality possible. Per charge, each headset should give you a minimum of six hours of life before needing to be recharged.

Whether your new phone has no headphone jack or you just want to rid yourself of wires, you won't want to miss out on this awesome deal. Which set will you be picking up? Let us know!

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2 months ago

Kamigami: If Sphero Was A Bug

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Kamigami! While the name conjures images of giant mechazoids ravaging the Tokyo skyline, these cute little robots are way more fun then they are terrifying. Build them yourself, control them with your phone, and program your own games!

MrMobile gets all robo-entomologist on these fun little critters, just in time to stuff some stockings. Do you like bugs? Do you like robots? Do you like Michael Fisher? I'm going to assume you answered yes to all three, so you really should watch this video!

Stay social, my friends

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2 months ago

Grab one of the best travel chargers available for just $4 right now!

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How does one of the best portable charging plugs for less than $5 sound? Well, right now you can pick up iClever's BoostCube plug with dual USB ports for only $4 with coupon code ICLEVER0, a savings of $7. The charger comes in both black and white, and happens to be the top pick for travel chargers by the team over at The Wirecutter. It is small, compact, and lightweight, and has a powerful output of 4.8A to easily power both USB ports at the same time.

This deal likely won't last very long, so be sure to grab one (or two) right now! Don't forget to use coupon code ICLEVER0 for the full savings here.

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2 months ago

Best Drones For Kids

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Fly these cool, affordable drones down the chimney on Christmas Day!

Drones are shaping up to be one of the hottest gifts this holiday season, and may have found their way onto the lists of some of the young ones you'll be buying for.

Whether you're buying a drone for a kid, or simply for someone who's never owned a drone before, there's a few considerations you want to keep in mind — cost, size, range and durability. If you're buying for a young one, you'll definitely want to keep the first three down, but that will invariably also affect the drone's durability as well. Crashing is part of the learning process, so we've highlighted some options that include built-in blade guards.

We've listed our favorites starting from the smallest and cheapest option — the perfect stocking stuffer — to more full-fledged camera drones, ideal for older kids interested in aerial videography or picking up drone racing as a new hobby. Note that these drones are all recommended for ages 14 and up.

Looking for more drones? Check out our article on the best drones under $300 or the best camera drones if price is no object.

Aukey Mini Drone

This pocket-sized drone is basically the definition of a kid drone at just under two inches across. It comes ready to fly out of the box, with a USB cable for charging and a kid-friendly controller that features a one-press button for take-off and landing. You'll get five minutes of flight on a fully-charged battery, with just over 80 feet of range from the controller.

Perfect for flying indoors, this little drone makes a great gift not only for kids, but for anyone interested in having a little drone fun in their spare time. Learn the basics of flight on the Aukey Mini Drone, then move onto bigger and stronger drones once you're confident in your piloting abilities.

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UFO 3000 LED Drone

When you're learning how to fly a drone, crashes will happen. The UFL 3000 LED Drone helps to mitigate that by keeping the blades fully protected. Your novice pilot can bump into walls and whatnot while they learn how to zip around on low and high speed modes, as well as perform flips with the simple press of a button.

Oh, and then there's how cool this drone is, with its blue and green LEDs creating four brilliant rings of light, so your little drone pilot can practise flying even in the dark. Two batteries ship with this drone, with flight times averaging around seven minutes on a full charge.

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Holy Stone HS170 Predator

The Holy Stone Predator drone is a fun, palm-sized drone that's pretty much good to fly right out of the box. It's a great, affordable option for anyone looking to learn the basics of flying a drone. It features six-axis gyro stabilization and can be flown indoors or outside — though given its size, you'll want to wait for a calm day with little to no wind.

The downside here is that you'll only get about five minutes of flight time from a fully-charged battery, so we recommend picking up a few extras as well, since it's easy to hot swap them out and only takes about 40 minutes to recharge. We'd also suggest getting a few extra props, too, since they're so cheap and are the first thing to go flying and get lost or broken in a crash.

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UDI 818A Camera Drone

This is the first drone on our list that comes with a camera, which allows you to snap photos and videos conveniently with the included controller. Its price makes it an ideal starter drone for someone looking to eventually upgrade to bigger and better drones with better cameras.

This is another drone that provides good protection for the blades, which are typically the first thing to get damaged or lost in a crash. It's very lightweight, so you'll want to avoid using it outdoors on a windy day. It ships with a camera that shoots photos and videos in standard definition (640x480), with a 2GB microSD memory card included for storage.

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Microdrone 3.0

If you're buying for an older kid who is really interested in taking up drone racing as a hobby, the Microdrone 3.0 is a great option, given everything that comes with it.

Included in the full set combo, now available from Amazon, you get the drone, a 2.4 GHz handset, propeller guards, four replacement blades, four blades for inverted flying, the Wi-Fi Camera module, a smartphone holder that attaches to the handset, as well as a VR headset that holds most smartphones for first-person view flight. Basically, it's everything you need to dip your toes into the world of drone racing.

It's a capable flyer with three control modes (slow, fast, and insane), as well as a toggle switch for stunt mode, which lets you perform impressive flips and rolls. The camera literally snaps on in a second thanks to proprietary magnets that also deliver power to the camera. Connect your phone to the camera's Wi-Fi and control and record video through the Microdrone app.

See at Amazon

Your picks?

Do you have a go-to drone that's great for kids? Let us know in the comments below!

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2 months ago

I'm really happy with this $13 leather Pixel XL case

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With few selling leather cases for the Pixel XL so far, we turn to Amazon, and snail mail from China.

If you just have to have a case on a phone (and that's a thing I've finally come around to), then you have to have a leather case. It's really the only civilized thing to do, right?

Problem is leather cases for the Pixel XL are pretty hard to come by at this point. Google doesn't sell any directly, so we're pretty much on our own to find something. And the something that I've found is an inexpensive one from X-Level.

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This PU leather case — the gist is that it's not quite as nice and absolutely not as expensive as "genuine leather" cases — came in at about $13 for me. I'm willing to spend more on a case, especially if that means it's going to hold up longer. But a couple weeks into this one and so far it's been money well spent. The cutouts for the camera and fingerprint sensor aren't over-sized. There's a little bit of daylight visible from the front where the 3.5mm headphone jack sits, but that's a minor fit-and-finish thing. The case itself fits snug enough and hasn't once tried to come off.

This actually gives the Pixel XL — the larger of Google's two 2016 phones — a much better feel. It's no longer too thin. It's no longer a little slippery. I can put it down on my desk without worrying about scratching it. And, yes, I've even dropped it a couple times, with no additional dings on the phone. (What you can see in the pictures here was what led me to finally get a case in the first place.)

So while we await something a little more official and more expensive from the usual suspects, this X-Level case for the Pixel XL is doing me just fine.

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2 months ago

Ring in the best savings ever on Withings Wi-Fi Smart Scale

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Right now you can save an additional 25% on the already-discounted Withings connected scale, dropping the price to the lowest we've ever seen. The scale can be yours for just $68.21, which is a huge savings from the normal price which sits closer to $130. Not only will you be able to track how many pounds you are shedding, but also get accurate BMI, body fat, muscle, water and more readings.

If 2017 is the year that you want to gain or shed a few pounds, this is a great way to easily track your progress. For the extra 25% savings you will need to be logged into your Amazon account before adding it to your cart. When you go to check out you should see the discount apply automatically.

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2 months ago

I waited 29 days for a Pixel Live Case and it doesn't even work

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Pixel XL Places Live Case

Not like this, Google.

I had been intrigued by Google's "Live Case" design since it was unveiled earlier in 2016 for the latest Nexus phones, so when I got my Pixel XL I finally decided to pickup the expensive, yet awesome-looking, case from the Google Store. After 15 minutes on the store, picking out the perfect map view of my beloved Seattle for the design, I placed my order on October 21.

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2 months ago

Grab Samsung's power sharing cable for just $13 today!

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Ever wish you could easily charge one of your accessories with your phone? If so, Samsung's power sharing cable may be just what you need to add to your collection. The cable plugs into your phone and then the accessory, like a Bluetooth headset or smartwatch, and let your phone charge it up. This won't work on every accessory, but right now you can pick one up for just $13.

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2 months ago

Protect your phone for 30% less at Seidio right now!

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Seidio is currently offering a pretty huge sale on all of its great cases, saving you 30% off your entire purchase with coupon code nations30. Whether you are looking for a new case for yourself, a family member, or a friend for a Secret Santa exchange, you'll save on your whole purchase. Seidio has been making great accessories for years, and offers everything from basic to protective cases, charging cables and much more.

The sale runs through December 25, but if you want the gifts in time for the holidays you'll want to order it sooner than later. What will you be picking up with this discount? Let us know!

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