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Air purifiers and humidifiers
Pure Enrichment Amazon
Today only, you can save up to 33 percent on six models of brand air purifiers and humidifiers that range from $20-$120. The cheapest—a humidifier by the name of MistAire Studio—is best for smaller rooms. It has a .7-liter tank and runs for 10 hours.
The PureZone Elite—the most expensive—is a four-stage air purifier that runs the air through an active carbon pre-filter, True HEPA filter, a UV-C light, and an ionizer. The device also uses a smart air monitor that gauges air quality in real time and then adjusts its fan speed to clean the air faster. The purifier has an indicator that lets you know when to change the two filters. $120.
Amazon’s Echo Dot is on sale for $30 off—the same price offered on Prime Day this year. The smart speaker has a screen that allows you make video calls, view weather reports or footage from smart-home cameras, and control Alexa-enabled products like thermostats, speakers, or lightbulbs. Get the Echo Dot today for $100.
All things nerdy
Think Geek Think Geek
To celebrate, its 19th birthday, Think Geek is offering up to 80 percent off more than 350 items. Each day—starting at 9 a.m.—four of those products have extra savings. I, for one, am all about the U.S.S. Enterprise Bluetooth speaker, the R2-D2 screwdriver, and the Snorlax pajamas. Onward to savings.
Anker charging accessories are up to 76 percent off right now. The sale—Amazon’s Deal of the Day!—includes MicroUSB and lightning cables, car USB-chargers, power banks, and wall chargers.
For all my DIY people, Monoprice’s “Monocle” spotlight deal is for 20 percent off a 16-foot measuring tape. It boasts both imperial and metric measurements, a rubber-grip case, and a quick lock button. Get it today for $8.
Other deals worth mentioning:
4K Roku Streaming Stick+ is on sale for 23 percent off—now just $54 (was $70).
The AncestryDNA genetic testing kit is on sale for 40 percent off—now just $59 (was $99).
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