$50 off FitBit fitness trackers and other good deals happening today
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If you need to extend the range of your Wi-Fi signal or turn dumb appliances into smart ones, check out the TP-Link devices on sale for up to 60 percent off. I use their Kasa smart plugs and AC2600 WiFi range extender and have had no problems with connectivity. The full list of products is here.
Today only, save $50 on select FitBit fitness trackers like the Alta, Ionic, and Ace models. The wearable devices track your steps, calories, and sleep health. Unlike the Apple Watch, most FitBits brag a 5-day battery life. While you might not get a ton of information on the FitBit’s screen, you can pair it with your smartphone or computer to set goals and get more detailed information about your daily activity performance. Prices range from $79 to $280, depending on the model.
Hey Amazon Prime members can save $15 on an Amazon Fire TV Stick. The devices include an Alexa-Enabled voice remote, plug into your HDMI port, connect over Wi-Fi, and give you instant access to your Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon shows. What I like about the Fire TV Stick is that it’s one of the smallest streaming devices, so you can easily throw it in your pocket and bring it over to a friend’s place. Get it today for $25.
Sleep tech on sale today: a toddler bed rail guard, foam bed rail bumpers that you can place on both sides of the bed, and a pregnancy pillow wedge. These products are up to 20 percent off.
Magformers are like Legos without all the tiny bits that you find in the couch a year later. Today, you can save up to 52 percent on Magformers magnetic building sets, including the XL Double Cruiser set, Space Episode Set, or the epic Magformers Deluxe Super Brain Set, which has more than 200 pieces. Onward for the full list of toys.
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