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Anker makes some of the most popular charging gear in the world, and they’ve put several of their most popular items on sale today, including their brand new (and ridiculously powerful) PowerCore charger.
Not only will this handlebar mount keep your phone safely strapped to the front of your bike, its built-in 6,000mAh power bank can also recharge while you ride. If you go on long treks to remote areas, that extra juice could be essential, especially if you use your phone as a GPS. [Bike Mount Phone Holder Charger- 6000Mah Power Bank, $55 with code NZGTPCL7]
If your home wireless network has a few dead spots, the cheapest option to extend your connectivity may be a powerline adapter.
All you have to do is attach one half of the kit to your router and plug it into a nearby AC outlet. Then, the second half of the unit can plug into any other outlet in your house, and provide you with a pair of live ethernet ports. In between, all the 1’s and 0’s are transmitted over your home’s existing electrical wiring. It’s so easy, it seems like cheating. [TP-LINK TL-PA4026 KIT AV500 2-port Powerline Starter Kit, $35 after $10 coupon]http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01...
Unlike traditional suction cup-based mounts, this Mpow Grip ($5 today with code SUZXGDUN) won’t obscure your view of the road, and when your phone is mounted to it, it’s in fact completely invisible. A big worry about these things is that they’ll cover up a valuable vent during the hottest and coldest times of the year, but I’ve found that you can stick the mount on the very top of the vent, and the magnetic plate against the very bottom of you phone, and only block a small fraction of your airflow.
The big caveat is that you’ll probably only want to buy this if use a phone case, since your two mounting options are either placing a magnetic plate between the phone and the case, or attaching a non-removable magnetic sticker directly to the phone. As long as that’s not an issue though, this is certainly worth a try at $5. [Mpow Grip Smartphone Car Mount, $5 with code SUZXGDUN]http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...
If your favorite (out of market) baseball team is still in the hunt for the playoffs, you can purchase a subscription to MLB.TV Premium for the rest of the regular season for just $10 today. For context, a monthly subscription normally costs $25, and there’s actually slightly more than a month left in the season. [MLB.TV]