All of today’s best deals are now up for the taking and headlined by the Google Nest Mini at just $19. That’s alongside a new all-time low on the Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G at $280 off and Samsung’s SmartTag+ for $30. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Google Nest Mini sees deal down to $19
Walmart is now offering the Google Nest Mini Smart Speaker bundled with a Merkury Innovations Smart LED Strip Light for $19. Normally you’d pay $49 for the Nest Mini alone, with the bundled light sweetening the pot even further. Today’s offer amounts to at least $30 in savings and delivers the best value we’ve seen to date.
An ideal offering for diving into the Google smart home ecosystem for the first time or expanding the reach of your existing Assistant setup, Nest Mini packs a compact, fabric-wrapped design. So whether you need to command connected lighting or call up some cooking help in the kitchen, Nest Mini is an essential upgrade for Assistant users. Dive into our hands-on review for a closer look.
Save $280 on Samsung’s new Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G
Amazon is now offering the unlocked Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G 256GB Android Smartphone bundled with S Pen Folio Case for $1,600 in several styles. Saving you $280 off the price you’d normally pay for the package, today’s offer is marking the best value we’ve seen to date at $80 below our previous mention.
As the latest flagship folding smartphone from Samsung, its new Galaxy Z Fold 5G arrives with 7.6-inch Infinity Flex display that pairs with a secondary 6.2-inch Dynamic AMOLED screen on the cover. Everything is powered by a Snapdragon 888, which is supplemented by 256GB of storage, 12GB of RAM, and a 3-sensor camera around back. You can dive into our hands-on review for a closer look.
Samsung Galaxy SmartTag+ delivers UWB precision finding
Amazon now offers the Samsung Galaxy SmartTag+ for $30. Down from $40, you’re looking at 25% in savings, a new Amazon all-time low, and one of the first discounts on a single tracker. You can also score a 2-pack in two different colors at $60 right now, down from $80.
As Samsung’s take on the item tracking action provided by AirTags, the new Galaxy SmartTag+ arrives with similar precision finding and AR features thanks to the built-in UWB chip. There’s also Bluetooth for longer-range locating of everything from keys and backpacks to remotes lost in couch cushions and more. You can also get a closer look in our launch coverage.
Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones are down to $109
Amazon is now offering the Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones for $109. Typically going for around $170 these days, that discount saves you a solid $61, marks the lowest price of the year, and a new all-time low.
Bringing a hi-fi fusion of Apple’s W1 chip and Class 1 Bluetooth connection, these Beats headphonesare still packed with notable features, even if they aren’t the latest from the brand. You’ll get up to 40-hours of playtime off a full charge here, though, with just a quick 15-minute juice up, you can still enjoy 3-hours of listening.
Garmin Venu GPS Smartwatch hits $200
Amazon is offering the Garmin Venu GPS Smartwatch for $200. Down from its $275 going rate at Amazon and $300 at Best Buy, today’s deal marks a new all-time low that we’ve tracked. This smartwatch features a 5-day battery life under normal usage and six hours when in GPS and music mode.
This lets you go all week generally, while it’ll last most of the day when out hiking. You’ll find support for Spotify, Amazon Music, Deezer, and more with the ability to store music offline so you can enjoy tunes even when on a mountain out of cell coverage range. Plus, with the ability to record more than 20 preloaded sports and fitness routines, this is a great way to track weight loss and more.
Best trade-in deals
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