Have you ever wanted to mount your phone or tablet to the dash of your car on the fly, without one of those giant suction cup arm holders? Or maybe you just want to be able to stick your phone quickly to a board, wall, microwave, cabinet or other surface to keep your hands free for a minute? One option to get you there is the Neutron S. Originally funded in minutes through Kickstarter, the Neutron S is a magnetically shielded mount that can be “installed anywhere” and is now available in the DL Deals shop for $25 ($5 off).
The Neutron S “uses magnetic architecture to generate herculean grip while taking up minimal space,” but also has NFC built-in so that you can configure it to accomplish tasks as you mount a device (think turning on Bluetooth as you mount it in your car to connect to your stereo). The Neutron S attaches to objects using 3M VHB tape that is included with purchase.
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Without breaking into a complete headbanging fest or reciting countless amounts of lyrics, I would like to inform you that Mötley Crüe’s Greatest Hits album is currently free over on Google Play.
Featuring all of their hits, such as Girls, Girls, Girls, Kickstart My Heart, Dr. Feelgood, Same Ol’ Situation, and countless others, this is a complete no-brainer for any rock fans we have here.
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Verizon heads, the Galaxy Note 3 (in “manufacturer refurbished” condition) can be had through eBay today for $289.99 without a contract. For a phone that originally retailed for $699 off-contract and $299 on-contract, that’s a heck of a deal. Sure, it’s not brand new and the device is over a year old, but a sub-$300 price on a phone this good is always worth a look.
Like the One (M7) deal earlier through Best Buy, this is a great option for someone in search of their first smartphone or as a temporary replacement while you wait for something that really grabs your attention.
The deal includes free shipping.
This is kind of a random deal that most will overlook since the phone is almost two years old, but if you need a really good phone on the cheap and without a contract, you can pick-up the original HTC One (M7) in Blue from Best Buy for just $199. While this isn’t the flagship it once was, it would still make a good phone for someone who doesn’t care about having the best phone available, is in the market for their first phone at a reasonable price, or who likes the color blue.
Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint models are all available for $199.
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A deal taking place on the DL Deals Store for a PowerCube Outlet Expander can turn your boring wall socket into a complete power house. Priced at just $18, with free shipping, you stick the Expander into your wall, gaining access to 4 additional outlets and two USB charging stations. Perfect airport companion? I think so. (more…)
Update: Expansys has informed us that they sold through their stock for this deal.
A daily deal over at Expansys can net you a brand new Nexus 6 32GB in White, for $45 off retail, bringing the price to just $604.99. The deal will last only 13 more hours, so if picking up the Nexus 6 has been on your list, then you best act now. (more…)
Update: This deal is done, but if you still need a cheap battery pack, you can still find the Motorola Power Pack 3000 for a ridiculously low $8.99 price (regularly $50) at eBay. If you want two, you can grab a 2-pack for $14.99.
Our best deal of the last quarter is about to come to an end, sadly. The Limefuel LP200X 20,000mAh battery pack will leave the Deals shop in a few hours (midnight Pacific), taking its minimal $35 price tag with it. Regularly priced at $85 through places like Amazon, you are saving 58% on one of the best rated battery packs out there.
As a recap, the Limefuel LP200X packs in 20,000mAh of juice (good enough for a handful of full phone charges), has a digital display, built-in flashlight, two USB ports for multi-device charging, Grade A battery cells, and a compact design.
Again, only a couple of hours left on this deal.
I can’t believe this deal is continuing to be available over at Groupon. Google’s last 7-inch tablet, the Nexus 7 (2013), after being featured by the deal site for almost two months, can still be picked with 16GB of storage for just $149. We are talking a brand new device, as well, not the refurbished kind that most deal sites are hawking these days. This is a unit that retailed for $229 when it was first released.
Still in search of a tablet? As odd as this may sound, the 2013 Nexus 7, even at $149, is still a heck of a deal.