Good Thursday, everyone! Here is a small deal news to put on your radar:
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Today I give you significant savings on a mechanical keyboard (they are a thing now, who knew?), Massage gun and 3D printer. Do you want more offers? Sign up for text alerts from Cheapskate!
As always, everything here is available for a limited period and as long as supplies last. Each coupon and code was tested and worked at the time of writing.
In the old days, I used a mechanical keyboard. Then I reluctantly switched to the low-profile keyboards we all use now. Then I learned (recently) that mechanical keyboards have made a huge comeback and they are like one thing. Various switches, custom keys, LED lighting … a CNET writer compared modern mechanical keyboards to custom lights.
Anyway, the Rantopad MXX originally sold for $ 100 (and it’s currently $ 90 at Amazon), but BeforeGone’s exclusive deal gets you out the door for $ 35 with promotional code. CNETMXX. It has blue switches (apparently some) and different LED light patterns.
Me, I no longer miss the loud clap of keyboards like this. But wow, some people definitely drink Kool-Aid.
Amazon seller: FUTIN
Price: $ 30 with promotional code PJ4BENIE
Another day, another impossibly good deal on a massage gun. Aerlang’s full-size model has a brushless motor, six heads and a carrying case.
The battery is good for up to six hours, according to Aerlang, although it obviously depends on which of the gun’s 20 (!) Massage speeds you use.
This model also shows a stroke of 16 mm, which is higher than most and promises a deeper massage. Just be aware that it is also heavier than most at 2.2 pounds.
I recently tested an entry-level Creality 3D printer, one that I found challenging for three reasons: Difficult to assemble, difficult to plan and unintuitive to operate. I wish I had waited for this agreement to come along (though at the time I did not know that this model existed).
The CR-6 SE comes mostly assembled. It requires no leveling (or rather, it handles it alone) and uses a much more intuitive touch screen interface. Although it apparently achieved some Kickstarter notoriety (and not in a good way), the finished product is, from what I can tell, a winner.
It normally sells for $ 400, and in fact it’s the price I see pretty much everywhere, but with Tomtop promo code CNETSE beats it down to $ 265 – and it’s shipped from a US warehouse, not China.
One thing to note: When you get to the checkout, you actually have to select the items in your shopping cart before you see the total price. That’s a little weird. But then you can add the promotional code and you should be good to go.
Do you see anything you like? 😜
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