We have a deal today on a nifty product—it's a 4-port USB hub that clamps to your iMac, Cinema Display or Thunderbolt Display, and some other displays, too. Premium Aluminum 4-Port USB Clamp Hub from Satechi is made of aluminum, and it's a USB 3.0 hub that is backwards-compatible to USB 2.0, too. Through our deal, you can get this hub for $19.99. Check it out.
I'm delighted to announce that Rosetta Stone is back on our Deals page—you can get up to $280 off thelanguage set of your choice with our offer. I've done Rosetta Stone before, and I think it's a great way to learn a language. You can choose from more than 20 languages, and there's a moneyback guarantee from Rosetta Stone on your purchase. Check it out.
Our deals on portable chargers are always popular, and we have a good one for you today on the Innori 22400mAh Portable Battery Pack. It has three USB charging ports, and it optimizes the charge for the device you plug into it. You can get this portable charger for 42% off through our deal, at $39.99.
I love iFixIt's tools. I have the company's lock pick set (it's writing research, folks) and one of its bit kits. They're super high quality, and I'm a total fan boy—which is I am delighted that we can offer you a deal on the iFixit Pro Tech Toolkit. This collection has 70 industry-standard tools—including Pentalobe and Torque Security bits—designed to help you fix computers and gadgets. It all rolls up in an included canvas carrier, too. There's a video walkthrough on the deal site, as well as images. Through our deal you can get the iFixIt Pro Tech Toolkit for $64.99, 40 percent off retail.
We have a deal on a stylus for you today called Hand Stylus. According to the manufacturer, it has the world’s smallest conductive-silicone 4 mm rubber tip. Better yet, that tip is retractable and replaceable. It retails for $25, but through our deal you can get it for $14.95, a 40 percent discount. Check it out!
If you want to make apps for Apple Watch, we have a great deal for you on a training course. This full spectrum course covers Objective-C and Swift, and applies them specifically to coding for the Apple Watch. There are 13 hours of content, 240 video lectures, and free source code you can modify for your own apps. Through our deal you can get this training course for $29, 85 percent off retail.
KeySmart 2.0 is a very clever idea, and we have a deal for you. This device is essentially a key ring that allows you to organize your keys into a compact Swiss Army Knife-style form factor. It's made in the U.S., and it's milled from stainless steal. There's a video on the deal site with information about the product and the company. Through our deal you can get KeySmart 2.0 for $16.99, 26 percent off retail.
The Nifty MiniDrive is just that, nifty. It's a MicroSD memory card designed to sit flush against your 13-inch MacBook Air in the SD card slot. No protrusions, no sticking-out-the-side. It comes with a 4GB card for $32.99 in our deal, which is 17 percent off retail. You can sub out that card with your own for up to 128GB of storage, a significant expansion to your MacBook Air's total storage. There's a video on the deal page showing you how it works. Check it out.
Check out the Wireless Bluetooth Cloud Buds, ear buds designed for working out, running on a treadmill, or cooking dinner when you don't want to be attached to your device. They form a seal for blocking outside noise, and they are designed so that they won't tangle. These retail for $109, but through our deal you can get them for $24.99, a 77 percent discount. The deal ends in a few days, though, so grab them if you want them.
Check out the Bobine, a very clever approach to a charging cable and dock for your Lightinging iPhone. It's a flexible cable that will stay where you put it, even supporting your iPhone in the process. That makes it a highly adjustable dock, a tripod, and a charger, all in one. It's MFi-certified, and features a military-grade nickel-plated steel design. Through our deal, you can get it for $24.99.
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