Another day, another deal on a battery pack. For just $30, you can grab yourself a Power Vault 18000mAh portable battery beast with dual-USB ports for charging two devices at once. This device would normally retail for around $100, so you are looking at a 70% discount. It might not have Quick Charge 2.0 like the Aukey we recently reviewed, but it’ll certainly charge all of your devices.
The TOCCs Power Vault 18000mAh battery pack comes in blue, should give you up to 5 full charges, depending on your phone’s battery size, and has a sleek, aluminum case.
Here are the specs:
- 18,000mAh battery (approximate power)
- Input: 5V 1.5A
- Output: 5V 1A and 5V 2.1A USB ports
- Dimensions: 6″ × 3″x .4″
- Weight: .58 lbs
The deal is live for another 6 days.
Remember how the Moto 360 dropped to $180 at Amazon and Best Buy to end last week? Forget about that non-sense. Google just dropped the price to $165 at the Google Store, and threw in free shipping to boot.
Both black or stone leather options are available at $165.
What are you waiting for? Oh, the Moto 360 (2nd Gen), which has to be right around the corner. OK, that makes sense. (more…)
To future LG G4 and HTC One M9 owners (and owners of all Samsung devices pre-Galaxy S6), high capacity micro SD cards are still an accessories worth investing. Not only can you load up the majority of your music collection on them or take them from device to device, but they allow you to save some money by buying phones with less internal storage, knowing you can upgrade the storage yourself on the cheap.
For those still interested, Amazon is hosting a 70% off sale on Lexar micro SD cards at the moment. These appear to be the top-of-the-line Lexar brand, with all cards rated class 10. The 32GB ($23.99) and 64GB ($39.95) cards are also rated UHS-3, which means they have write speeds up to 30MB/s. There is a solid $88 deal on a 128GB card as well, but it’s UHS-1. All of the cards have read speeds up to 95MB/s.
For under $100, in the DL Deals store, you can grab a 1TB WiFi hard drive from IDrive, along with a 1-year subscription to 10TB of their cloud storage. The 1TB WiFI hard drive starts at around $100 by itself, so basically, you are paying for the hard drive and then receiving a free year of 10TB worth of secure, cloud storage space. Not bad, right?
The 1TB WiFi hard drive allows you to backup and quickly access storage data across numerous devices without plugging them in. You can even selectively backup and restore files and folders, giving you that much control over what is stored on the drive. It also has 256-bit AES encryption, works on Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android, and supports micro US 3.0 for even faster transfers.
As for the 10TB of cloud storage, this is a 1-year subscription. IDrive’s cloud backup also includes 256-bit AES encryption, is available to your devices from anywhere in the world, and even has Facebook and Instragram backup.
The deal is live for the next 5 days.
A number of you have expressed interest in purchasing an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S6, even though Samsung hasn’t officially announced one for the US. I can’t say I blame you for wanting the carrier-removed variant, as it doesn’t contain (as much) bloatware and can be taken to any of your favorite GSM carriers without first needing someone to unlock it. These also tend to be the versions that get the first wave of updates as they are pushed out by Samsung. Unlocked phones are awesome. (more…)
The Moto 360, which is arguably still the best Android Wear watch available, is now just $179 at Amazon and Best Buy if you choose the leather band option. After carrying a $250 price tag from the beginning, you are looking at a pretty drastic $70 discount here. If you don’t want leather, and instead want one of the metal bands, Best Buy has dropped metal versions to as low as $219, while Amazon is hovering around $229.
The timing of the drop probably isn’t a coincidence, as today happens to be Apple Watch pre-order day. Hey, whatever the reason, we love discounts on fine products.
If you need to catch up on the first round smartwatch, that features wireless charging, premium materials, and a classic watch design, be sure to read our Moto 360 review.
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Available directly from the DL Deals Store, you can grab a 4-year subscription to ibVPN, a service that allows you to connect to one of 75+ VPN servers in 39 countries, making your browsing and streaming secure. Usually priced at nearly $400, you can get your subscription for just $59. (more…)
The deal of the day goes out to the new listing over at eBay which has the Sony Smartwatch 3 at just $169.99. That’s an $80 discount over the Android Wear-powered device’s usual price, plus free shipping is included.
The Sony Smartwatch 3 sports a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 1.6-inch LCD display (320×320), 420mAh battery, is IP68 water and dust resistant, and GPS. Thanks to that GPS, the Smartwatch 3 is still one of the only Android Wear devices that can be taken offline (disconnected from your phone) and still track usage. For workout fanatics who need to track long runs but may not want carry along a phone, this is probably the best option.
The deal is in limited quantities, so don’t let it sit for long.