30 percent off drones and other good deals happening today
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Snag some quality Soundcore Life 2 headphones for $15 off MSRP. This model has active noise-cancellation, 30 hours of battery life—60 hours without the noise-cancellation—and super comfortable foam ear-pads. Use the code SDCLIFE2 at checkout to see the savings. $65.
Can you hear that? It’s up to 30 percent off an AOMAIS Bluetooth speaker. They have three models on sale today, all under $40. The durable AOMAIS Sport II speaker is waterproof, has a 20-watt speaker, can pair with another for stereo sound, and boasts a battery life of up to 12 hours. Connect via Bluetooth or 3.5mm aux cable. Save $10 and get this model for $20. Tune in here for all the speakers.
Today, save 11 percent on a smart 1080p Ring Doorbell 2. The HD device connects over WiFi, gives you motion-activated alerts, and allows you to talk to the person outside your door if you aren’t home. The camera shows a 160-degree, wide-angle view outside your front door and is compatible with Amazon’s Alexa. It can be powered by battery or hardwired into your home. Get it today for $150.
Today, you can save 30 percent on Holy Stone drones. Models range from $28-$240. Pick up a cheaper model for a beginner drone flyers or pony up a little more cash for one that can live-stream real-time video to your smartphone. Their top model can fly for up to 20 minutes on a single battery charge and comes with a remote control that holds your smartphone. The drone typically sells for $300, but you can get it today for $231. Find all the drones here.
Get an extra 50 percent off already sweet savings during Think Geek’s clearance sale. Just use the code 50TIN at checkout. Some of my favorite buys: the E.T. Terrestrial kids book, Star Wars Tiki glasses, and the pictured Rick and Morty Space Monster backpack. There are plenty more, so check out all the savings here.
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