If you'd like to try Apple's FineWoven MagSafe Wallet for yourself, it's on sale now for $53 as we head into the weekend. This is joined by a discount on Apple Watch Series 9 Steel Styles for $60 off, as well as a new low on Razer's Kishi V2 iPhone Lightning Gamepad Grip for $54. Get a jump on all that and more in the latest Homekit.Blog Lunch Break.
Apple's FineWoven MagSafe Wallet costs $53. A new low is now available for Apple's recently released FineWoven MagSafe Wallet. The new iPhone 15 accessory is now selling for $53, courtesy of Amazon, dropping below the usual $59 price tag if you opt for the Taupe style. This is only the second discount to date and a new all-time low of $3 below our previous launch discount mention. See what to expect from Homekit.Blog in our launch coverage. Apple's new FineWoven MagSafe Wallet replaces the original leather offering, as the company tries to move away from using the less durable material. Instead, there is the new woven textile that is made from 68 percent recycled post-consumer material. Otherwise, it's still a MagSafe wallet with room for two cards in the pouch.
Apple Watch Series 9 Steel Case Styles on Sale Amazon is now discounting Apple Watch Series 9 Steel Case Styles up to $740. Available in graphite, silver, and gold finishes, the savings all come from the usual $799 price tags. This is $59 discount, while marking the second discount yet on these higher-priced stylings at new lows. Other models are also available for purchase starting at $390. The dust has actually just settled on Apple Watch Series 9 after the devices arrived a little over two weeks ago. If you've finally decided you want to score the latest and greatest wearable, here's your chance to save some money along the way. Apple Watch Series 9 is now centered around the new S9 chip and features largely the same construction as previous models, just with some improvements. It still offers the same fitness tracking experience as before, but now has a 3000 nit screen that can be dropped all the way down to 1 nit. There's a new pinch detection for one-handed interaction with your wearable, as well as a build that's Apple's first carbon-neutral release. These models in particular have a premium version that is available in one of three polished finishes. A Milanese loop has also been added for good measure to round out the more expensive design.
Razer's Kishi V2 iPhone Lightning Gamepad Grip Hits a New Low at $54 Amazon is now discounting the Razer Kishi V2 iPhone Gamepad Grip in both Lightning and USB-C form factors. The savings start with the Lightning model at $54, which tops out at the usual rate of $100, which is the best price yet. It's well below the previous discount of $78 and lands as the lowest yet by a distance. It will be joined by the USB-C version for $90, also down from $100, which is one of the first discounts. They all work with the iPhone, so whether you're using one of the just-released iPhone 15 series or still have a previous generation 14 model or older, you can find out which version of the Kishi V2 gamepad is compatible. with your device. Whether you want to enhance the Apple Arcade experience or take advantage of more ergonomic gameplay to dive into Genshin Impact, Among Us and Call of Duty Mobile, Razer's Kishi V2 controller grip is a must. These rely on a Lightning port or USB-C connection that allow passthrough charging and an adaptable design and are compatible with a wide range of handsets including Apple's latest such as the iPhone 15, whether you have the 15 Pro Max or one of the smaller handsets. You can take a closer look in our hands-on review from last year, when we looked at what was new about the experience last September. USB-C compatibility is live after Backbone sets the pace and its existing controllers gain iPhone support.
Level Lock HomeKit smart lock beats Prime Day at $172 Amazon is now offering the Level Lock HomeKit Smart Lock for $172. This is down from the usual $249 price tag, to mark a new low. It's 31% off and also beats our previous mention of last week's Prime Day sale by an extra $8. Level's standard smart lock has a distinctive design that blends seamlessly into your front door. It hardly looks like it will support HomeKit and Siri control out of the box, let alone NFC keycard unlocking and support for using your existing keys. You can also read more about the experience in our review of the Touch model, which contains the same housing.
New all-time lows Samsung's iMac-inspired M8 AirPlay 2 smart monitor Amazon is now offering the Samsung 32-inch M80C AirPlay 2 Smart Monitor for $444. This is a new all-time low, down from its usual $700 price tag. It's still becoming one of the first general discounts, coming in at $55 below our previous mention from earlier this month. Notably, we didn't see any discounts go live during last week's Prime Day event in the fall, so Amazon is now offering the best prices we expect from the holidays. Samsung's new version of the M8 monitor comes with much of the same design and features as last year's model, just with the upgrades you can read about in our launch report.
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