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Best wireless chargers, charging pads and docks available for Android smartphones

Many of the higher end smartphones these days are equipped with wireless charging capabilities, Samsung has been making phones with wireless charging in their last couple iterations of the Galaxy series, even the iPhone 7 is rumored to have such capability.  Don’t despair if you have an older model phone, you can also easily add a wireless charging case to existing technology.

Qi Charging Pad

Unfortunately, even if the technology has been around for years now, it’s yet to spread like the cable-free wildfire everyone anticipated. Believe it or not, numerous flagship mobiles these days lack built-in wireless charging functions for various mystifying reasons. Production costs, tricky manufacturing, just good old fashioned laziness, you name it.

Wireless charging

HTC, for instance, snubbed the Qi standard on all three latest hero handhelds – the One M7, M8 and M9. Meanwhile, Samsung, LG, Motorola and Sony recently got with the inductive charging program for the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S5, S4, Note 4, Note 3, Note 2, G4, G3, G Pro 2, Droid Turbo, Maxx and Xperia Z3.

The list of supporting devices is obviously not exhaustive, and there’s one more thing. To actually activate and use the futuristic feature, you’ll typically need dedicated back covers that add to the often extravagant prices of the above mentioned phones.

LG G4 wireless charging

Plus, the no-wires chargers and charging pads we’ll detail in the following lines. It’s also wise to keep in mind the electromagnetic field that transfers energy between Android gadgets and these ingenious accessories through thin air is produced by plugging the chargers into a traditional electric socket. So, in a way, this isn’t true wireless charging.

Still, it’s deemed convenient by many, and will likely make headway before long, so without further ado, here are the best wireless chargers, charging pads and docks money can buy, ordered from cheapest to costliest:

PowerBot PB1020 inductive charging pad station – $11.69 and up

PowerBot

It doesn’t come with a power AC adapter, it’s not particularly speedy or “versatile”, but it’s really, really small, at 2.5 inches in diameter and 0.5 inches thick, lightweight (6.5 ounces), and energy efficient, courtesy of a Smart IC management system design. No wonder it’s rated at close to four stars based on nearly 1,900 Amazon customer reviews.

Yootech Qi wireless charging pad – starting at $13.99

Yootech

Once again, the AC adapter isn’t included, which you’ll find to be a staple of the economical price range, and once more, the compact form factor and ease of transportation feel like the key selling points. That said, you’ll probably look to conceal the petite but unattractive Yootech puck on your office after setting it up, the good news being it’s sufficiently silent and low-key to ultimately go unnoticed.

Anker PowerPort – $15.99

Anker PowerPort

The marginal price gaps between these entry-level chargers and their very similar capabilities will induce (pun intended) serious headaches when deciding on one to buy. The PowerPort stands out with temperature control and a self-enabling idle mode that eliminates concerns regarding overcharging or energy wasting.

Otherwise, the circular docking station is virtually identical to the two indexed earlier and the next few contenders as far as internals go.

RAVPower Mini wireless charging pad – $15.99

RAVPower Mini

Another tiny, featherweight slab (2.8 x 2.8 x 0.4 inches; 4.9 ounces), with universal Qi compatibility, slip protection, built-in USB connection and excellent Amazon customer feedback. It’s getting harder and harder to choose.

Fuel iON magnetic wireless charging system – $17.95

Fuel iON

Finally, something special and original. Better, too? That’s up for debate. The manufacturer claims magnets are better and faster than the inductive Qi system, but the case needed to get the Fuel iON to work is… awkward and slippery. And some clients accuse it of not connecting properly. All in all, while the idea is decent, the execution requires further work. Perhaps a higher tariff to secure more adept engineers and testers.

Choe upgraded Qi wireless charging pad – $18.99

Choe

The textbook definition of minimalism, Choetech’s newest charging square is unfortunately only covered by a 12-month warranty. The blue LED indicator is also way too bright, aggressive and annoying, and unless you center your device perfectly on the 4.7 x 2.7 x 0.4-inch pad, this won’t work.

On the plus side, device slips are physically impossible thanks to the bottom rubber surface.

Samsung wireless charging pad – $29.89

Samsung wireless charging pad

Ah, yes, now we’re talking! You know what they say – with great price comes great… quality. Stylish but also robust, slender yet very powerful, Samsung’s Qi-capable contraption doesn’t squarely go out to Galaxy S6 or Note 4 proprietors.

It works smoothly and effortlessly even when paired with rival handsets, and the built-in LED light is non-intrusive, always there to have your back and very easy to comprehend.

Qi-infinity – $42.99

Qi-infinity

Wondering what on earth could justify a tag almost four times as lavish as our number one budget-friendly option? First and foremost, an inventive design that lets you view your phone at an ideal angle when docked for checking notifications and even watching videos.

Second, the rare ability to juice up through thick, muscular armors and cases. Third, complete silence and a subtle yet resourceful indicator light that merely bothers you when assistance is mandatory. Lastly, you can try all you want, but you won’t find a way to place a phone on the Qi-infinity so as wireless charging to be prevented.

LG WCP-300 wireless charging pad – $47.95

LG WCP 300

Like arch-rival Samsung, LG doesn’t block users of competing devices from rocking the WCP-300, but it makes the purchase feel impractical. At 30 bucks or so, maybe this would be worth it. It’s extremely good-looking, fairly compact and portable, at 2.74 x 0.46 x 2.74 inches, and it sports an unusually large “active area.” Translation – it doesn’t require a lot of attention when made to work.

But it presents a number of troubling recurring glitches, according to a horde of reviewers on Amazon, as it sometimes halts charging before the phone’s battery is fully loaded and often refuses to sync up to devices it should support no problem.

Fonesalesman QiStone+ – $54.99

QiStone+

And it’s all come to this. The most expensive and, yes, best all-around wireless mobile charger. The only true wireless accessory on our list today, capable of easily doubling as a funky power bank. You read that right, the QiStone+ can carry standalone 4,000 mAh stamina, which is itself Qi wireless-compatible.

Sooo, you can charge the QiStone+ sans cables, then wirelessly transfer the energy to a phone of your choice. Or even simultaneously beef up two handhelds, one wirelessly and the other via USB. It’s fast, flexible, has a very unique design and, at the end of the day, it’s not that costly, considering the travel freedom it can facilitate.

Best Bluetooth headsets of 2019 (so far)

If you thought ranking the world’s best Android smartphones, tablets or wearable devices was difficult, considering ever-increasing competition, the sheer sizes of the three markets and diversity of consumer preferences and budgets, we’d like to see you try to compile a mobile accessories top picks’ list.

ProductBrandNamePrice
JabraJabra Stealth Bluetooth HeadsetBuy on Amazon|$94.5(Price as of 02/23/2019 00:31 ET)
PlantronicsPlantronics Voyager Legend Wireless Bluetooth HeadsetBuy on Amazon|$56.93(Price as of 02/23/2019 00:31 ET)
LGLG Electronics Tone Pro HBS-750 Bluetooth Wireless Stereo HeadsetBuy on Amazon|$59.95(Price as of 02/23/2019 00:31 ET)
SamsungSamsung Level U Pro Bluetooth Wireless In-ear Headphones with MicrophoneBuy on Amazon|$54.98(Price as of 02/23/2019 00:31 ET)

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There are so many things to factor in when rounding up, for instance, the finest Bluetooth headsets that it comes as no surprise today’s top ten directory already looks very different from the September and April 2015 rosters.

Bluetooth headset

Thus, without a doubt, we’ll need to refresh the 2017 best Bluetooth headset collection at least once before the new year wraps up, but for now, let’s focus on the current cream of the crop, ordered from most recommended:

Plantronics Voyager Legend

Plantronics Voyager Legend

Cheaper than ever before, the “legendary” Bluetooth 4.0-enabled mono Plantronics Voyager Legend headset withstands rain, sweat and coffee spills, can separate your voice from 80 Db’s of background noise (which is a lot, trust us), and automatically answers calls if you just start wearing it all of a sudden.

At the same time, it redirects audio to your phone when it senses the user doesn’t want to activate hands-free endeavors, and understands two very straightforward spoken commands – answer or ignore. Pretty intuitive UI at such a low price.

JayBird X2 – starting at $129

JayBird X2

As the successor to the incomparable Bluebuds X, we always expected the X2 headphones to cost far more than most of their low-profile new rivals. There are a number of good reasons for that, including brand loyalty and product reliability, the latter of which is supported by Amazon’s four-star review average.

Then you have a minimalistic, timeless, unparalleled design, six different coats of paint, ranging from “alpha” to “storm” to “ice”, a lifetime sweat proof warranty, SignalPlus technology for skip-free music outdoors, 8-hour battery life, and Shift Premium Bluetooth audio quality. It’s perfect for professional and novice athletes, business users, audiophiles and travel enthusiasts.

Samsung Level U Pro – $90

Samsung Level U Pro

Don’t let the manufacturer’s name fool you into thinking this is a Galaxy-exclusive “appliance.” It can work fine with any type of Bluetooth-enabled Android handheld, and even iPhones. It’s good for wirelessly initiating and answering voice calls, but especially playing music, courtesy of Ultra High Quality Audio (UHQA) features delivering a “true” 24bit digital audio experience on the tiniest imaginable earbuds.

Flexible and neck-adjustable, the Level U Pro can also handle its occasional splash, and technically lasts up to 9 full hours of talk or play time on a single charge.

Jabra Move – $86

Jabra Move

Before you even start, we know, we’re comparing apples and oranges, i.e. over-the-ear and in-ear headphones. But both classes of devices work towards the same end goal, the former typically edging out the latter in audio quality and the latter easily winning the portability battle.

Besides, we’re not telling you to choose the Jabra Move over the JayBird X2 or vice versa. We’re simply urging you to consider every possibility, including paying just 85 bucks or so for a pair of large yet lightweight stereo headphones that look extremely similar to your “premium”, overpriced Beats Studio.

Jabra Stealth – $80

Jabra Stealth

Why in the world would you ever go for a mono earbud when it costs the same or more than decent stereo mobile accessories? Well, because sometimes, it’s wise to keep an ear free and connected to the surrounding reality, and because the Jabra Stealth ensures “crystal clear sound at both ends of phone calls.”

This bad boy’s built-in mic is the best in the biz, and through tricks that may often feel like magic, it somehow manages to reduce background noise to the absolute minimum. Oh, oh, oh, and it’s got a dedicated physical button for remote activation and voice interaction with Google Now. Also, NFC for easy pairing, Multiuse for controlling the audio on two handhelds at once, and 6-hour autonomy in HD voice calls.

LG Tone Pro – $40 and up

LG Tone Pro

And we’re back to stereo headsets. To an industry classic, that is, which ergonomically bends around your neck for an ideal fit and stellar ergonomics, taking less than two hours to charge and then resisting up to 21 days in standby or a whopping 15 hours in talk time.

The design for this LG Tone Pro received awards, enhanced bass response, HD Voice, aptX compatibility, echo cancellation and noise reduction cover everything you need in both call and music modes, but unfortunately, the advanced age comes with a Bluetooth 3.0 speed tradeoff.

Photive BTH3 – $40

Photive BTH3

Here we have a cheap as chips over-the-ear wireless Bluetooth headset with built-in mic and 12 hour battery that doesn’t look very glamorous, but pulls off its duties honorably, generally satisfying almost 3,000 Amazon customers.

A four-star review average means the bang for buck factor is as delightful in reality as it looks on paper, though compared to some of our list’s headliners, the Photive BTH3 may not be so great for high-fidelity audio detail playback.

AYL V4.1 – $26

AYL V4.1

The AYL brand name probably doesn’t ring many bells, the design is by no means special, but at the end of the day, there has to be something special about this in-ear stereo headset, since Amazon currently lists it as its general best seller in Bluetooth cell phone headsets.

Granted, that doesn’t directly make it the best Bluetooth headset of 2016, not even to date, but it goes to show you don’t need to spend a full Benjamin to enjoy decent wireless smartphone audio controls, including on two devices simultaneously, with EDR APT-X decode technology, CVC 6.0 digital noise reduction, and 10 meters range.

SoundPeats QY7 – $20

SoundPeats

Bluetooth 4.1 capabilities? Check. Ergonomic, lightweight design? Double check. Lengthy endurance? Semi-check, at 5 hours in “premium quality talk/play time.” Partial liquid protection? You got it. Why only 20 clams then? No idea, but let’s keep it on the down low, before the little known manufacturers realize they could get more.  The SoundPeats QY7 is the true underdog of this list.

Mpow Wolverine – $20

Mpow Wolverine

You thought the Mpow Cheetah was flashy, eye-catching and, well, ear-catching with a decidedly cool name? Mpow Wolverine takes everything to the next level, clawing its way on our top ten list of today’s best Bluetooth headsets thanks to 4.1 compatibility (read easy pairing with all the new high-end Androids), “dynamic”, rich sound (they all say that, though), a unique, rectangular look, robust aluminum shell, Noise Cancellation 6.0, and 8-hour battery performance under heavy use.

We don’t remember ever seeing the X-Men listen to any tunes, but Hugh Jackman can sure sing and dance, so we wouldn’t be shocked to hear him endorse Mpow. For free, even, given the profit margins here are likely razor-thin already.

ProductBrandNamePrice
JabraJabra Stealth Bluetooth HeadsetBuy on Amazon|$94.5(Price as of 02/23/2019 00:31 ET)
PlantronicsPlantronics Voyager Legend Wireless Bluetooth HeadsetBuy on Amazon|$56.93(Price as of 02/23/2019 00:31 ET)
LGLG Electronics Tone Pro HBS-750 Bluetooth Wireless Stereo HeadsetBuy on Amazon|$59.95(Price as of 02/23/2019 00:31 ET)
SamsungSamsung Level U Pro Bluetooth Wireless In-ear Headphones with MicrophoneBuy on Amazon|$54.98(Price as of 02/23/2019 00:31 ET)

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Best Bluetooth earbuds available today

It’s only been five months since we last rounded up your top Bluetooth cell phone headset options on the market, and while mobile accessories don’t look as flashy and prone to frequent upgrades as smartphones or smartwatches, a lot has changed between April and today.

Best Bluetooth earbuds

Bluetooth headphones

To make sure you don’t go for a pair of outdated earbuds therefore, we’ve decided to already refresh the list of best Amazon picks. But this time, we’re ruling out mono, single-ear headsets primarily meant for initiating and answering voice calls hands-free.

We’re also not focusing on high-end, pricey, audiophile-centric over-the-ear headphones like the Beats Studio or Bose QuietComfort 25… just yet. A separate inventory of those will be coming soon, but for now, let’s see what your five-star, budget-friendly in-ear stereo Bluetooth headset choices for September 2015 are.

Wireless earbuds

Some of these excellent earbuds have rolled out very recently, others are treated to massive discounts that make them absolute bargains, while a few simply eluded us back in April. Why should you buy one of the following models and not a larger, arguably better-sounding counterpart? Well, they’re clearly more portable, compact and inconspicuous, and at the end of the day, they’re the wise pick for both traveling and athletic purposes.

Jabra Sport Pulse – $176

As the name suggests, these premium wireless earbuds are designed specifically for your most extreme workouts, with sweat, drop, dirt, temperature and humidity protection, plus, believe it or not, built-in heart rate monitoring functions.

Jabra Pulse

No other accessories needed, just fit the headset in your ears, blast the music, and simultaneously get coached on whether to accelerate or pace yourself, based on your heartbeat. Granted, battery life isn’t exactly stellar due to the advanced technology integrated in an otherwise typical-looking package, and crisp audio. But 4.5 hours is still long enough to last you a couple of extended running sessions.

JayBird BlueBuds X – $150

JayBird BlueBuds X

Let’s face it, the price here feels a little on the steep side, sans HR features or anything along those lines. But the BlueBuds X should be capable of “remarkable” sound, with a snazzy yet fairly low-profile design, 13.8 grams (!!!) weight, “lifetime warranty against sweat”, and 8, yes, 8 hours of continuous run time between charges. Worth the Benjamin and a half all in all, don’t you think?

Beats Powerbeats 2 – $144

Everybody knows that Beats purchases give you status, bragging rights over other brands, and a unique sense of style. That said, the Powerbeats 2 certainly stand out a little more than they maybe should from an aesthetical standpoint, and connect up to 30 feet away from your Bluetooth-enabled Android phone.

Beats Powerbeats 2

Their key selling points also include quick charging support, with an hour of non-stop playback provided by 15 minutes of power-up activity, as well as a six-hour normal endurance rating, water resistance, and dual-driver acoustics for booming sound.

LG Tone Infinim – $80

As we enter ultra-low-cost territory, it’s best to lower the expectation bar when it comes to features like heart rate monitors or swanky designs. Then again, as long as you’re not peeved by stiff neckbands, the Tone Infinim contraption is quite the looker, and it offers both ergonomics and versatility.

LG Tone Infinim

The actual earbuds are retractable, you have easily accessible call and music controls to your left and right, and above all, LG joins forces with Harman Kardon for “premium audio quality.” Wait, then why are these so cheap? Well, they’re currently reduced from $150, and it’d be a pity if you didn’t take advantage of the deal before it eventually expires.

Jabra ROX – $79.80

Jabra Rox

Also heavily discounted, from $130 to under $80, the ROX ensemble is super-small, lightweight, and keeps the lights on for around 5.5 hours on a single charge. There’s NFC compatibility for easy handheld pairing, HD Voice support, advanced noise cancellation for phone calls, multimedia stream capabilities, plus rain, dust and shock resistance. Not too shabby!

Plantronics BackBeat Fit – $78

BackBeat FIT

Sure, these earbuds look odd, but they’re among the best reviewed of their kind on Amazon, with a 4.3-star average based on over 1,700 user opinions. That’s primarily because they’re flexible and remain wrapped around your head no matter what, sweat-proof, and endowed with DeepSleep functionality for hibernation when not in use, and consequent autonomy expansion. Speaking of, they can run for 8 hours on end while you run for 8 hours on end. Protip – take a break before the BackBeat Fit.

RevJams Active Sport – $33

RevJams Active Sport

They’re active, you’re active, they’re sporty, you’re sporty, they’re comfortable in their skin and promise “superb sound with no wires”, you… would very much like that at the uber-economical price point. Win-win situation, y’all!

Mpow Cheetah – $28

Mpow Cheetah

Bendy, sneaky, light as a feather yet handsome and stylish, the compact, comfortable and secure earbuds let you skip tracks, control your volume and take calls without ever coming near your phone. It’ll be easy to forget the Cheetah is even synched to a separate device, after 8 hours of talk or music time, or 180 (!!!) in standby. And yes, the audio quality is fine, courtesy of aptX technology.

G-Cord – $27

We know you like to go unnoticed when out for a jog, but this black-and-red gizmo is just too darn classy to turn it down. And no, the all-black model isn’t an option, trust us. Funnily enough, the manufacturer forgot to give the headset a proper name, so we’ll simply call it the 2-Link Soundblaster.

G-Cord

That’s right, you can connect two Bluetooth phones at the same time and “free switch”, and endurance is rated at a solid 8 hours of calling, or 6 hours of music. Or 160 hours of standby. The assorted neckband isn’t too rigid, and the design is both ergonomics-focused and rugged, with durability a key G-Cord objective.

TaoTronics – $25.99

Another technically unnamed set of earbuds, another ridiculously low price tag, another comfortable and secure construction, not to forget “CD-like high quality sound” (as if anyone listens to CDs nowadays), 5-hour autonomy, and built-in HD microphone.

TaoTronics

Okay, we’ll be honest with you. This isn’t the greatest or prettiest headset around. But it’s the cheapest wireless design, and it fulfills its basic duties honorably.

MEE Audio Sport-Fi M6 – $17.99

MEE Audio Sport

Yes, this thing is wired, which may prove a major inconvenience for some. And if you want a mic, you have to pay 5 bucks extra. But once again, affordability rules, and cash-strapped consumers drool… over the noise isolating, “energetic sound”-capable, enhanced bass-producing M6. Which repels water, by the by, and comes bundled with a handy shirt clip and half a dozen sets of eartips ensuring the perfect fit for everyone.

[Deal] 45mm Moto 360 Sport for $119.99

Moto 360 Sport

The 45mm #Moto360Sport can now be yours thanks to a deal on eBay for just $119.99. The smartwatch was originally launched by the company last year, so it’s not exactly a new kid on the block. But barring that, the Moto 360 Sport is a pretty solid offering even today. So how is it different from the standard Moto 360?

Well, it comes with dedicated fitness related features, and a band designed to sustain prolonged intervals of usage. This is a necessary feature to have given that most users who purchase this will be fitness driven. A slew of fitness related features makes the Moto 360 Sport a desirable option for fitness buffs.

The fact that it supports Android Wear by default is like the icing on the cake really. So in addition to getting the wide range of fitness features, you’re also getting access to one of the best smartwatch OSes going around.

Check out the Moto 360 Sport from the link below.

Get the 45mm Moto 360 Sport for just $119.99 on eBay!

[Deal] 20,000 mAh power bank for $12.99

20,000 mAh power bank

20,000 mAh power bank

The Ultrathin 20,000 mAh external power bank is selling on eBay for a miserly $12.99. Given the kind of battery capacity it has, users don’t have to worry about carrying a charging adapter for at least three days, assuming you’re going to use your devices to the max. Since there are two USB ports here, you are free to charge a smartphone and tablet, or any device that uses USB for its power.

The seller is offering this particular power bank in Black, Blue, Gold, Rose Gold, Silver, Hot Pink, which means there’s no dearth of available colors. Given that you’re only shelling outs $13 for this accessory, you can make this an excellent last-minute gift for the holidays. The item might not arrive until after Christmas, though, so don’t be surprised if there’s a delay in delivery.

If you’re interested in getting the power bank, be sure to check out the listing below.

Get the 20,000 power bank for just $12.99!

[Deal] Dual-SIM Sony Xperia XZ for $553.88

Xperia XZ

Xperia XZ

The dual-SIM version of the #Sony #XperiaXZ is now on sale through eBay for just $553.88. The device has made its way to the leaks several times, so it’s not really a surprise to see it again today. The Xperia XZ is quite unique among flagships, especially the ones coming from Sony, thanks to its revised design language and an attractive hardware specs sheet.

The Xperia XZ sports a 5.2-inch 1080p display, 64GB of expandable storage, 3GB of RAM, the quad-core Snapdragon 820 SoC, a 23-megapixel rear camera, a 13-megapixel front camera, Android 6.0 Marshmallow (upgradable to Nougat), and a 2,900 mAh battery. To top it all off, the smartphone is IP68 certified water/dust resistant, much like several Sony flagships in the past.

This appears to be an imported item, so be sure to check out the listing closely for warranty related issues or terms. Head over to the page below for further details.

Get the dual-SIM Sony Xperia XZ for just $553.88 on eBay!

[Deal] Fitbit Charge 2 HR for $129.99

Fitbit Charge 2 HR

Fitbit Charge 2 HR

The #FitbitCharge2HR is now available on eBay for just $129.99. The “HR” here stands for Heart-Rate as this is one of the few Fitbit models that comes with heart-rate scanning by default. This is a vital feature to have if you frequently workout and need to know when your heart is being put through its paces. Although there are several fitness trackers out there, Fitbit has made a name for itself with its unique and attractive offerings.

The Fitbit Charge 2 HR can also display certain mobile notifications, so it’s not just a fitness band. While the visibility of the notifications might be limited due to the smaller display real estate, it should do a pretty decent job.

Overall, for just about $130, we think the Fitbit Charge 2 HR is a pretty attractive wearable to own. Hit the link below for more details on the wearable.

Get the Fitbit Charge 2 HR for just $129.99 on eBay!

[Deal] Bose SoundLink Mini II Bluetooth speakers for $179

Bose SoundLink II

Bose SoundLink II

The Bose SoundLink II is now available from eBay for just $179. These are amazing Bluetooth speakers, especially for the price mentioned here. Bear in mind that this is the mini version of the SoundLink II and the sound/quality might not be on par with the standard model. But even then, it’s well worth the price you’re shelling out.

Interestingly, the SoundLink II Mini is consistently selling for about $179 from all online retailers, so there doesn’t seem to be any disparity in terms of pricing on other sites. As for the features, the SoundLink II comes with the standard array of buttons on the top. This includes a dedicated Bluetooth pairing button, a volume up/down button, a multi-functional button and a power button.

The SoundLink II could make an excellent gifting item if you’re shuffling to get your gifts sent in at the last minute. Hit the eBay link below for additional details on the product.

Get the Bose SoundLink Mini II for just $179!

[Deal] JBL Charge 3 waterproof Bluetooth speakers + $20 eBay gift card for $129.95

JBL Charge 3

JBL Charge 3

Bluetooth speakers are great accessories to own. They give you the liberty to listen to your music loud and devoid of any wires. Well, JBL’s Charge 3 Bluetooth speakers are now up for grabs on eBay for just $129.95. As a bonus, the seller is also offering a $20 eBay gift card along with this. The gift card code will be emailed to the users about 7-10 days after the purchase. These speakers are water-resistant as well, which means you can take this along with you for your pool parties.

The JBL Charge 3 comes with the standard set of controls that you would see on wireless speakers of this caliber. This includes the ability to change music, increase volume, and so on. The addition of the onboard mic makes it easier to answer or make calls. Overall, for the price quoted by the seller, we feel the JBL Charge 3 is pretty worth it.

Get the JBL Charge 3 for just $129.95 on eBay!

[Deal] Logitech UE Boom Bluetooth speakers for $64.99

UE Boom

UE Boom

The #Logitech #UEBoom Bluetooth speakers can now be yours for just $64.99 on eBay. These speakers give you practically everything you want from a portable device. It can handle music at a decently sized room with relative ease and the volume levels are fairly impressive as well, especially for speakers of this size.

The low price mentioned here can be explained by the fact that the second-gen UE Boom is also in the markets now. There shouldn’t be much of a visual difference between the two, so you’re not missing out on much here. As far as functionality is concerned, the UE Boom comes with the standard set of buttons to control music playback. It also has a mic on board, which lets you make and receive phone calls.

Be sure to check out the UE Boom from eBay’s listing page below. We suggest you hurry as stocks might not last for long.

Get the Logitech UE Boom Bluetooth speakers for just $64.99 on eBay!

[Deal] Ultra portable 3,000 mAh power bank for $4.99

Powerocks

Powerocks

The Powerocks portable 3,000 mAh power bank is now available on eBay for just $4.99. Although the capacity is only enough to fully charge one modern day smartphone, the fact that it’s quite small makes it easier to carry around. Basically, you’re paying just under $5 for something that can be carried in your pocket.

The utility of a power bank cannot be debated. Having something like this when your phone is just on the verge of giving up makes life a whole lot easier for the customers. The seller is offering this particular power bank in Black, Blue and Pink variants, so there’s plenty to choose from.

A quick glance through the listing tells us that the product is selling out fairly quickly. So be sure to check it out on the retailer’s page and make the purchase right away. This could also make an excellent gifting item for the holidays.

Get the 3,000 mAh portable power bank for just $4.99 on eBay!

[Deal] Logitech UE Boom 2 Bluetooth speakers for $119.99

UE Boom 2

The #Logitech Ultimate Ears Boom 2 wireless Bluetooth speakers are now available for just $119.99. The deal comes via eBay, which is usually the source for great accessory deals. These are ideal for parties and other social gatherings, especially if you want loud music played indoors. Given the portable nature of these speakers, these are ideal for any setting really. Of course, Bluetooth speakers have their limitations, so they cannot be used for any setting.

The UE Boom 2 comes with a fairly attractive design and a fully functioning set of buttons to let you turn up the volume, or even answer incoming phone calls. This is everything you need from a set of portable speakers, so make sure you waste no time in getting these. The UE Boom 2 sells for much higher usually, which means you’re getting an excellent deal here.

Be sure to check out the speakers from the eBay link below.

Get the Logitech UE Boom 2 wireless Bluetooth speakers for just $119.99 on eBay!

[Deal] 20,000 mAh power bank for just $10.45

20,000 mAh power bank

20,000 mAh power bank

The super slim 20,000 mAh power bank is now selling on eBay for just $10.45. This can charge a regular device by up to 8 times, saving you the constant trouble of running to the power outlet. Since the power bank is pretty slim, you can carry it around quite comfortably. One can’t deny the utility of having a power bank in their bag, especially considering what it brings to the table.

Elaborating on the hardware aspects of the power bank, well, it comes with two USB ports, allowing you to charge multiple devices simultaneously. This means that not only can you charge the smartphone when you’re out of juice, but also hook up your tablet. It’s a bit surprising to imagine a power bank of this size to carry that kind of power underneath, but we’re not complaining. It’s hard to see a device like this staying in stock for long, so make sure you snatch it up while it’s still available.

Get the 20,000 mAh power bank for just $10.45 on eBay!

[Deal] Pebble Steel Deluxe Gold Edition for $109.99

Pebble Time Steel Gold

Pebble Time Steel Gold

The Limited Edition Deluxe Gold version of #PebbleSteel is now available for just $109.99 via eBay. The Pebble Steel is an OS agnostic wearable, letting users of both Android and iOS use the smartwatch without much worry. This makes it one of the most sought after wearables in the market, without much surprise. Considering all the factors, the Pebble Steel Gold Edition is a steal with a price tag of $109.99.

The Pebble Steel Deluxe Gold Edition comes with a square display, and all the attributes that you would find on the standard Pebble Steel models. But since the look and appearance is one of the biggest changes here, customers are more likely to focus on this particular aspect. If you haven’t begun your Black Friday shopping just yet, this is the perfect way to begin.

Hit the link below for more details on the smartwatch.

Get the Pebble Steel  Deluxe Gold Edition for just $109.99 on eBay!