Just a quick reminder, but the PowerCube deal through the DL Deals shop is only available for two more days at its low $17.95 price.
As a recap, the PowerCube turns a single wall outlet into a 4-outlet hub that also includes two USB ports. I’m imagining this as my best buddy when traveling and staying in hotel rooms that have limited outlets available for usage. With a single open outlet, the PowerCube could give you the ability to charge up to six devices at a time. Talk about a handy little travel accessory.
The PowerCube is ETL and cETL certified, and has a resettable fuse feature that ignites if you exceed 15amps, protecting your electronics.
Update 8:12AM: Individual blind boxes are now available for $9 a piece or you can quick add 16 to a cart for a full box ($140). Looks like they meant 11AM EST, not 11PM.
Tomorrow, February 5, at 11PM EST (8PM PST), the Series 5 Android collectibles set from Dead Zebra will go on sale through their online shop. We don’t yet know the price of a full box set, but individual blind boxes will run $9 a piece. (more…)
Motorola’s latest coupon code bonanza kicked off moments ago, which means you have a chance to save $140 on your next $499+ purchase or $50 on your next $249+ purchase through their online shop.
The deal works like all of their other deals in that you sign-up to receive a coupon code that will give you the discount. Once you receive that coupon code, you have a set amount of time to use it (up to February 14) or pass it along to a friend. Devices like the Moto X (2nd gen) and Moto 360 are a part of the promo. (more…)
Yesterday, a concerned number of you noticed that Motorola removed the Keylink, a $25 lost key/smartphone finder key fob-like thingy, from their accessory site. The move was a bit troubling for those who were hoping to acquire one at some point because moments after it was introduced back in November, it sold out and has yet to be re-stocked. Seeing it disappear might have led you to believe that it was gone for good. (more…)
Need some new flash storage in your life? Maybe a micro SD card to hold your growing movie and music collections? Amazon has you covered today, with a 60% off sale on many of Sony’s flash storage products.
A 16GB micro SD card can be had for $7.99. That’s kind of nuts to think about. If you need more, a 32GB card runs just $11.99; 64GB for $25.99.
And if micro SD is not what you need, maybe a full sized memory card for your camera or a USB drive will do the trick. Yep, those are on sale too.
For a very limited time, you can head over to dbrand’s website, maker of custom skins for various devices, and pick up a Nexus 6 skin for just $6. This sale is to celebrate the company’s new approach to the device, with the “M” logo cut out for a more handsome look. (more…)
After showcasing the first couple of designs that will be included in the new Series 5 Android collectibles box set, the folks at Dead Zebra have continued to feature new designs every couple of days, and likely will until we get to release day. Within the last week, we have seen designs by Reactor-88, Lunabee, Jon Paul Kaiser, and of course, Andrew Bell.
If you jump below, you’ll see detailed photos of each. If you want to read about the inspirations behind each, be sure to head over to the DZ blog. (more…)
The future of home lighting is in smart LED lightbulbs that are controlled via smartphone or tablet. Philips and other early entrants helped grow the industry, but newcomers like Revogi are trying to bring similar ideas to the tablet at affordable prices. Currently available in the DL Deals shop for another six days, we have the Revogi Bluetooth Smart Lightbulb available for just $34.99, which is 30% off the retail price.
The smart lightbulb works like many of the others in the industry in that you can control it via app on your smartphone (Android 4.3+ and iOS). The Revogi offers 16 million color options, brightness controls, smart-timers, pre-set “scenes,” and is an efficient LED bulb.