All of today’s best deals are headlined by Google Pixel Buds dropping to $119 alongside various Fitbit offers from $100. Plus, score Nokia’s new 5.4 Android Smartphone for $200. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Google Pixel Buds on sale for $119
eBay currently offers the latest-generation Google Pixel Buds True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds for $119. Regularly $179 from Google and B&H, today’s offer is $50 in savings and beat our previous mention by $10.
Alongside built-in voice control via Google’s Assistant, these truly wireless earbuds feature up to 5 hours of battery life that expands to 24 hours with the included charging case. Beamforming mics for “clear calls” and 12mm dynamic drivers are joined by “adaptive sound technology” that “automatically adjusts the volume as you move between quiet and noisy environments.” An ideal companion for causal listening and the gym, they also sport a 3-point anchor system to keep things snug and in place.
Fitbit Versa 3 drops to $200 alongside Charge 4/SE from $100
Amazon currently offers the Fitbit Versa 3 Smartwatch for $200 in several styles. Usually selling for $230, today’s offer is only the third notable price cut we’ve seen to date, comes within $1 of our previous mention for the all-time low, and is the third-best price overall.
Fitbit Versa 3 lets you track a variety of fitness and exercise stats ranging from the usual steps and burned calories to heart rate, blood oxygen levels, and more. There are also built-in Assistant and Alexa features, as well as up to 6-day battery life and a touchscreen design. You can also get all of the details in our hands-on coverage. Check out Fitbit Charge 4/SE deals from $100, as well.
Nokia’s new 5.4 Android Smartphone is down to $200
Amazon is now offering the unlocked Nokia 5.4 Android Smartphone for $200. Normally fetching $250, you’re looking a the first notable price cut at Amazon alongside an all-time low at the retailer. Today’s discount comes within $20 of the best price we’ve seen overall and is still a rare chance to save on the recently-launched handset.
Centered around a 6.39-inch HD+ screen, Nokia 5.4 arrives with a hole punch camera design on the front that enables facial unlock features. Around back, there’s a rear fingerprint scanner alongside a 48MP quad-camera array. Other notable features include a dedicated Google Assistant button, dual SIM card support, and a headphone jack.
DJI Osmo Pocket records in 4K at $192
Amazon is offering the DJI Osmo 4K60 Pocket Camera with Gimbal Stabilizer for $192. You’ll usually find this usually going for around $234, with today’s $40 savings marking a new Amazon low. Ready for any adventure, the DJI pocket is the brand’s smallest, most lightweight 4K video camera. The professional quality 4K60 video, or 12MP photo, is captured and smoothed on a 3-axis stabilizer. So whether you’re filming for TikTok, documenting your latest travel affair, or exploring a local park with the kids, you can rely on crystal clear video to look back on and share.
Rock out to Marshall’s retro Emberton Bluetooth Speaker at $130
Amazon currently offers the Marshall Emberton Portable Bluetooth Speaker for $130. Typically fetching $150, you’re looking at $20 in savings with today’s offer matching our previous mention for the all-time low. Delivering the brand’s most compact design yet, Emberton arrives with the same vinyl-wrapped casing you’d expect paired with metal accenting on the speaker grill and buttons to pull of the signature retro look. Internally, there’s True Stereophonic multi-directional audio for “room-filling sound” as well as up to 20-hour battery life. A USB-C charging port rounds out the notable features.
Best trade-in deals
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