$300 off a 4K projector and other good deals happening today
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Guitars, audio gear, and smart home products
Father’s Day deals. Monoprice
Monoprice has up to 50 percent off on loads of electronics for Father’s Day. They’ve got smart plugs, security cameras, USB cables, speakers and amps, and even guitars. Check out the full list of products on sale here.
Save 23 percent—$300 dollars—on a 4K projector from ViewSonic. Their highly rated, HDR-compatible projector displays a screen up to 300 inches, with a brightness level of 3500 lumens and a 10-watt speaker. There are two HDMI cable inputs and a 1.2 optical zoom, which allows for more installation flexibility. Get it now for $1,000.
For more backyard theater gear, check out my article on how to make your backyard cinema as Regal as an AMC.
Cubii Pro Amazon
Over a year ago, I wrote about the Cubii under-desk elliptical in an article on office workout gear. Today, the Cubii Pro is on sale for 34 percent off—now just $249. The quiet, Bluetooth-connected machine counts calories burned, strides, and distance—and beams all that information to your smartphone. The Pro comes has eight resistance levels and is super easy to set up.
Bags, jewelry, and more. Think Geek
I’m pretty stoked to play the new Pokémon games shown at E3 this year. If you’ve got a young Pokémon trainer in your house—or are one yourself—save up to 67 percent on Pokémon gear, which is ThinkGeek’s weekly deal. Some personal favorites are the Jigglypuff hooded scarf, the Munchlax lunch bag, and the Pokéball lunch case.
Ssnag $80 off a combination 20-volt circular saw and drill-driver kit. The bundle also includes a bag, two lithium ion batteries, and a fast charger. It now costs $138 for the bundle.
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