Today’s best deals are headlined by price cuts on on Motorola’s new 2021 Android smartphones from $160, as well as rare Philips Hue discounts from $42 and Garmin’s latest fitness smartwatches at $100 off. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Save on all of Motorola’s new 2021 Android smartphones
Amazon is currently discounting Motorola’s lineup of all-new unlocked Android smartphones headlined by the Moto One 5G Ace 128GB for $380. Down from its $400 going rate, today’s offer marks the very first discount to date on this handset.
Having just launched at the start of the year, the latest budget-focused flagship offering from Motorola arrives to take on the Pixel 4a with a 6.7-inch 1080p display that’s powered by a Snapdragon 750G processor. Alongside two-day battery life, you’ll be able to count on 5G connectivity as well as 128GB of storage that can be supplemented by a microSD card. To round out the package, there’s also a triple sensor 48MP camera array and fingerprint scanner around back.
Score rare Philips Hue discounts from $42
Amazon is discounting a selection of Philips Hue indoor and outdoor smart lights and accessories headlined by its latest Bluetooth Smart Lightstrip Plus for $66. Down from $80, today’s offer is still one of the first discounts to date, saves you over $13, and matches our previous mention for the best price since Black Friday.
With the added perk of Bluetooth connectivity, the latest Lightstrip Plus is just as ideal for those getting started as anyone already in the Hue ecosystem. It gives you six feet of multicolor illumination alongside the ability to control it with Siri, Alexa, and Assistant. I picked one of these up over the holidays and have been impressed with the improvements over the previous generation.
Save $100 on Garmin’s latest fitness smartwatches
Amazon is currently discounting a selection of Garmin fitness trackers and smartwatches headlined by its fenix 6S Sapphire GPS Smartwatch for $800. Down from its $900 going rate, today’s offer amounts to $100 in savings, marks one of the first discounts we’ve seen, and is the second-best discount to date.
Garmin’s high-end fenix 6S Sapphire delivers a rugged wearable geared toward helping you nail those fitness resolutions. Headlined by up to 34-hour battery life, other notable inclusions here include PacePro workout guidance, a stainless steel build, and the ability to track heart rate, Pulse Ox, sleep, VO2 max, and other stats. Alongside built-in GPS, there’s also built-in topographic maps for hikers, as well as Ski slope maps.
Powerbeats Pro fall to $160
Best Buy’s official eBay storefront currently offers the Apple Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earbuds for $160. Usually fetching upwards of $249, other styles go for $200 right now at Amazon with today’s offer coming within $10 of the all-time low and matching the second-best price to date.
Centered around an entirely wireless design, Powerbeats Pro rock up to 24-hours of playback and a workout-ready form-factor. Thanks to Apple’s H1 chip, you’ll be able to enjoy features like Hey Siri, quick pairing, longer range, and more.
Save up to 25% on Anker eufy cameras
eufyHome via Amazon is currently discounting a selection of its Anker smart home cameras, video doorbells, and more headlined by the eufy Security 1080p Floodlight Camera at $150. Down from its usual $200 price tag, today’s offer amounts to 25% in savings, marks the second-best discount to date, and comes within $10 of the all-time low.
eufy’s outdoor Floodlight Camera pairs with Alexa and Google Assistant to bring 1080p feeds to smart displays and your smartphone. Alongside motion alerts and local storage, a built-in 2500-lumen floodlight can illuminate your driveway or outdoor space.
Best trade-in deals
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