We’ve rounded up some of the hottest deals and our favorite product picks on Amazon today that we think you should know about.
TODAY ONLY:Get 20% off of the Belkin Travel Surge Protector! Surge Protection Wherever You Go Add outlets and peace of mind on business trips and vacations with the Belkin 3-Outlet Mini Surge Protector. Plug it into any wall outlet for extra outlets without extra cords. The 360-degree swivel feature makes it easy to fit in small spaces. Two powered USB Ports offer convenient one-source charging for your mobile devices.
Safeguard Your Devices Voltage fluctuations, surges and spikes can damage your computer and peripherals and degrade overall performance. Belkin’s Wall Mount Surge Protector safeguards your personal computer, printer, hard drives, modems and other hard-to-replace equipment against damage, data loss, file corruption and system crashes. Powered USB ports are intended solely for charging devices. They cannot be used as a USB hub and they do not transmit data.
TODAY ONLY:Save 18% on the Dremel Micro Rotary Tool. With surprising power that lets you cut metal with ease, the Dremel Micro is the perfect combination of size, ergonomics and power that make it the ultimate tool for both precise and light duty DIY tasks. Designed to be held between the thumb and forefinger like a pencil, the Dremel Micro allows a grip that is close to the work-piece for superior maneuverability and control. The Dremel Micro is powered by an integrated high capacity 8V lithium-ion battery for longer run time with no memory effect.
Optimal speed control on the Dremel Micro is especially user-friendly. The speed is adjusted in five stages from 5,000 to 25,000 rpm by using two buttons on the top of the tool, which enables it to be adapted to each application. A five-stage LED scale makes it quick and easy to see which speed is currently set. To illuminate projects, the Dremel Micro has LED lights built uniquely into the nose cap to aid in vision and accuracy. The brilliantly powerful Dremel Micro features lights that indicate battery level, lithium ion battery technology, and a docking station that automatically stops charging when the batteries have reached capacity.
Featured Item:Poly and Bark Eames Style Molded Plastic Dowel-Leg Armchair (DAW) Natural Legs. The DAW Chair (Dining height Armchair Wooden base), first designed in 1948, is one of the most recognizable pieces from E.’s furniture collection. It boasts a beautifully flowing shell seat, which is molded to fit the lines of the body. The rolled edge prevents the seat from pressing into the back of the legs.
This triumph of design was created for the “Low Cost Furniture Design” Competition at the New York Museum of Modern Art and went on to become the first mass-produced plastic chair. The innovative methods of molding and bending, developed by the popular designer, established the DAW Chair series as a true furniture icon of the 20th century. Poly+Bark produces the shell of this design classic in a quality and durable polypropylene plastic, available in several bright colors. It is supported by wooden legs interconnected by wires, adding an intricate touch to contrast with the chair’s simple, organic design.
The Inspiron 13 inch 5000 2-in-1 has a sleek new design that emphasizes more screen and less bezel, pointing your attention at the brilliant wide-angle display. A versatile 360 hinge enables four modes to suit your environment. Use laptop mode for typing out a paper, tent mode for working in shallow footprint spaces like a kitchen counter or workbench, stand mode for streaming your favorite movie or tablet mode for keeping up on social media. Wide-viewing-angle screens provide a clear view in all of these modes. “High-resolution touchpad” gives more fluid panning, pinching and zooming, for an experience that’s touchscreen-smooth and quick The latest processors from Intel handle today’s software easily and provide zippy, responsive performance.
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