Your Most Popular Deals – May Edition [UK]
Well, I don’t know about you, but I feel as though I only just put together the most popular deals from April. Yet here we are at the end of May rounding up your favourite deals from the last month. This month we had a returning item in the RFID blocking sleeves, as well as new entries including gaming headsets, electric toothbrushes, and electronics accessories.
Forget 8-bit soundtracks of years past – today’s gaming is immersive and interactive requiring a headset that can keep you in the experience while also letting you interact with other players. Luckily the Sades A60 provide that in spades. Suitable for both PC and Mac, the headphones feature noise isolation, an in-built mic, volume control, and a reinforced headband to provide comfort during long gaming sessions.
Electric toothbrushes were once eye-wateringly expensive that they were initially relegated to novelty. However, with prices as low as this it’s hard to turn down the superior brush performance against a manual toothbrush. Comes with a charging station, travel case, and a CrossAction brush head.
The new Nokia 3310 was recently released at a price of £49.99 for a phone that doesn’t even support Wi-Fi, 4G or 3G. These Anker wireless headphones have six hours of battery life, an in-built mic, noise cancellation, and Bluetooth 4.1 connection for less than half the price of the 3310. Incredible.
If only wireless charging had taken off and then we wouldn’t be stuck with cables all over the place. Alas, it wasn’t to be. Instead bring some order to your cabling with this six pack of cable holders, which can be securely stuck to any surface.
16 RFID Blocking Sleeves [62% Off]
While contactless payment is undoubtedly convenient, it also opens up an entirely new avenue for criminals to steal your money and personal information. Use an RFID blocking sleeve to protect yourself when out and about. Plus as this price, I decided to use one to store my definitely-not-contactless gym card.
Anker USB C to USB 3.0 Cable [33% Off]
We are currently in that slightly awkward stage where the shift to USB C has started, but isn’t ubiquitous enough for us to ditch the older USB standard. Make life easier for yourself with this USB C to USB A cable from Anker.