A set of noise-canceling headphones should definitely be on hand if you plan to travel soon. They are essential if you want to silence the hum of jet engines or attenuate the distracting sounds that keep you from concentrating. If you’re interested in a good set that won’t cost you too much, the Bose QuietComfort 35 II headphones have a $ 169 discount on the original Target and Amazon price. These retailers sell QC35 II for only $ 179.99 instead of $ 349, though keep in mind that your order will most likely not arrive by Christmas.
Like their predecessor (as well as the newer Bose models), these are comfortable, lightweight headphones that come with other commendable features, including good sound quality and the ability to switch seamlessly between two paired devices. The latest QuietComfort 45 headphones from Bose for $ 329 are priced at $ 279, but if they're out of your budget, the QC35 II is a solid alternative.
Moving from headphones to gaming, Logitech's G502 Hero wired gaming mouse is more affordable than usual today. This mouse has a lot of features in common with its more expensive wireless counterpart, the $ 150 G502 Lightspeed, except for its actual price. Best Buy is currently selling G502 Hero SE for $ 29.99 when you sign in with a free My Best Buy account (if you don't see this price, it may be reflected upon completion).
In addition, if you click on the "Hot Offer" link below the price, you can add a three-month PC Game Pass subscription for just $ 20 (usually $ 29.99).
It may not be time for Christmas or Kwanzaa, but the newest Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 instant camera will still be a great holiday gift. Right now, you can buy selected Instax Mini 11 color packs for $ 69.95 instead of $ 79.95 from Amazon and Kohl's, the latest retailer offering an option to pick it up before the holidays if your local store has in stock. This is the lowest price I've seen so far for a package that includes a pack of 10 Instax Mini foils, hexagonal photo holders, a curved frame, and an Instax idea book.
Amazon sells various models of Level Lock smart locks for the second best price so far. At this point, for example, you can buy the usual Level Lock for $ 249 for $ 211.60. If you want to keep your existing lock or just want something cheaper, Level Bolt simply replaces the internal elements of the padlock and sells for $ 179 instead of $ 199.
Thanks to its discreet design, Level Lock could easily pass as just a regular lock. All its electronic and mechanical components are hidden inside. However, despite its simple appearance, you can open and close the padlock with your phone and, if you own an Apple HomeKit hub, with your voice through compatible devices. Read our review of Level Lock and Bolt.
If you don't mind buying it refurbished, you can save over $ 200 on the best drone under $ 1,000. DJI's official Newegg showcase sells a refurbished DJI Mavic Air 2 Fly More Combo for $ 750 instead of $ 988, the cost when purchased new. This price includes a drone, a power cord, a remote control with extra sticks, a shoulder bag, six low-noise propellers, a battery-to-power adapter, and more. The mid-range drone offers up to 34 minutes of flight, a built-in 48-megapixel camera, and features like ActiveTrack 3.0, which can automatically track a subject. Read our review
Surface Buds from Microsoft cost only $ 99.99 at the Microsoft Store. I praised the comfortable fit of this model, the long battery life, and the fantastic quality of the voice as reasons to put money into it, except that I felt that $ 200 was too much. But at half that price, getting them is a much more reasonable idea.
Apple's latest iPad has a $ 30 discount at Walmart, costing $ 299 for the 64GB version. It's been a while since we've seen this model sell for less than the standard price, so hopefully it's the first of many to come.
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