Labor Day isn't really a big "tech-deal" holiday, right? Tell that to Best Buy.
The big-box store just took the wraps off some pretty sweet discounts, and I've rounded up the items I think are worth a look:
The Ninja Coffee Bar Brewer with Thermal Carafe for $100 (save $100): Why monkey around with pricey, environmentally unfriendly K cups when this coffeemaker can brew single cups just as quickly -- with whatever coffee you like? It can also brew a full carafe, make iced coffee and even froth your milk.
The UE Wonderboom waterproof mini speaker for $50 (save $50): In his , CNET's David Carnoy called this "one of the fullest-sounding mini Bluetooth speakers you can buy." And that was based on the regular $100 price tag. It's compact, it floats and it can play for up to 10 hours on a charge.
The Insignia Voice Bluetooth speaker with Google Assistant for $25 (save $75): Built with your bedside in mind, this fairly normal-looking alarm clock is also a full-fledged smart speaker. It comes with Google Assistant baked in, so it's nearly as capable as a Google Home. We , and it's pretty good -- especially at this price.
The Jabra Elite 65t True Wireless Earbuds for $130 (save $40): Jabra's truly wireless earbuds rival Apple's AirPods and even exceed them in some ways, according to . Of course, they're usually priced about the same, but at $130 they're now officially the better buy.
The TCL 5 Series 55-inch Roku TV 4K HDR for $360 (save $90) with promo code TCLUPGRADE: Last year's model is this year's outright steal, as this top-rated TV is a full $200 less than the current 6 Series. Differences between the two? The 6 Series has a metal frame and stand (versus plastic on the 5 Series) and independent contrast zones.
The Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS+Cellular) for $324 (save $75): A rare deal on a current-gen Apple Watch (though the ). That price gets you the 38mm model. If you want the 42mm version, it's also $75 off (so $354).
Stay tuned for more Best Buy deals as we find them!
In the meantime, be sure to see our larger roundup of.
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