One of the better DL deals we have featured over the past few months has been the ZeroLemon 20,000mAh SolarJuice battery pack because of its massive capacity, but also because it’s durable, can charge two devices at a time, and can re-charge using the damn sun. The sun!
To head into the weekend, we thought would share the fact that it’s back and at its $49 price. That’s a pretty solid deal on a battery pack that could charge your phone over and over and over again.
As a recap, the ZeroLemon SolarJuice charges through a typical wall outlet or via a powerful 1.2W monocrystalline solar panel. It has dual outputs for charging two devices at a time, is quite compact for a 20,000mAh battery pack, should have a 1,000+ recharge life, and outputs at 2.1 and 1A.
Google is currently hosting a games sale on Google Play that has cut prices on select games up to 90%. Games included in the deal are big titles like Monument Valley ($0.99), Game of Thrones ($0.60), LIMBO ($0.99), Hitman GO ($0.75), Goat Simulator ($0.99), The Room Two ($0.69), and Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars ($0.99).
The deal is live through July 27, so be sure to grab as many as you can over the weekend. Some of the prices have dropped to as low as $0.19. (more…)
The QuickLock smart padlock has dropped to just $49 in the DL Deals store (a 18% discount). With this lock, you get smart functionality like the ability the unlock it without a key. You can unlock it via smartphone and app, special fob or ring, NFC key (up to 50 of them) or card. You can even add on multiple users, so you don’t have to worry about making keys for all parties needing access.
The QuickLock charges via microUSB cable, but should last for up to two years on a single charge, and is made of die cast zinc alloy.
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For a limited time on the DL Deals Store, you can pick up a ilumi Bluetooth Smartbulb, or multiple of them, each priced at $49. Considering these bulbs were priced $90 at launch, grabbing them for $50 is a solid deal. (more…)
The best deal we have seen to date for the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge popped up at eBay last night and is still going strong. For just $599, you can have Samsung’s uniquely-designed, double-edged phone. This is the AT&T model with 32GB of storage that would run you $815 if you bought it outright from AT&T. A $215 discount is a substantial one in my book.
This phone is brand new, but has apparently been opened so that the seller could unlock it. It’s also “unlocked” and ready for use on other GSM carriers, which could mean that it’ll work fine on T-Mobile, though it does seem to be missing T-Mobile’s 1700 band.
The deal includes both white or black models and free shipping.
Phablet. We don’t exactly care for that word, especially since most flagship devices this year could be labeled as such by size standards, but nevertheless, you can win your choice of Android phablet through the DL Deals Store. But hurry, there is only one day left to enter. (more…)
A current Galaxy S6 promotion through Samsung could land you a free phone after you purchase one of their 4K TVs. From now through August 1, if you buy select Samsung 4K TVs, you can fill out a short form through Samsung Promotions that will get you into a free 32GB Galaxy S6 on your carrier of choice. (more…)
Motorola’s Moto Hint, the little earbud Bluetooth headset thingy that can be used to access some of the Google Voice search and Moto Voice stuff you regularly use on your Moto X (or DROID), has dropped to just $79.99 on Motorola’s web store. Originally priced at $150, this earbud lets you ask about the weather, your upcoming schedule, directions to a location, or call someone without needing to touch your phone. It can actually be paired with any Bluetooth enabled smartphone for calls, but you get the full experience when paired with a Motorola device.
I spent some time with the Moto Hint a few months back and came away impressed by some things (fit, finish, look, battery life and case, etc.), while others left me looking elsewhere (volume is way too low when maxed out) for a Bluetooth experience in the $150 price range. But with the Hint at just $80, it’s probably now worth considering. If you want a Bluetooth headset that won’t make you look like the guy in the cheap suit at Starbucks talking loudly on a hands-free call, this is one to consider.
The Moto Hint also comes with leather, wood, or fabric accents. Classy.
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