March is the perfect time to start your spring cleaning. Along with throwing open the windows, vacuuming the floors, and replacing your grody furniture, you might also want to think about updating your home’s ancient networking hardware. With so many smart devices proliferating on the market, it’s more important than ever to keep your home Wi-Fi secure and your connection reliable. With our pals at TechBargains, we’ve pulled together some of the best spring cleaning deals from around the web.
One of the more ambitious mesh systems is the Luma, which offers parental controls, a fun app, and easy management tools in addition to greater range and heightened security. If your router is a decade old, and you’ve accumulated a half-dozen smart devices in the past five years, now is a great time to upgrade. Buy the Luma Home Mesh Router for $140, $60 off the original list price of $200
Take $48 off the Essentials by OFM Ergonomic Chair. Are you still working or playing games on a wooden chair stolen from the kitchen table? Put that back where it belongs and upgrade with a decent office chair that is now about 50% off the original price of $107.
Take $50 off the Ecovacs Deebot N95 with code 2PHKUW9E. Robot vacuums keep your house cleaner with no effort on your part, but finding a decent one for under $500 is like chasing the holy grail. Now you can pick one up for $50 off the original price of $250.
Take $12 off Sandisk’s 128GB MicroSDXC card. Clear out some space and store movies or games on Sandisk’s durable, Android-compatible memory card. Works great with the Nintendo Switch.
Take $220 off Samsung’s entry-level 4K TV. Samsung’s 55-inch smart TV is Internet-enabled, offers great high-definition picture quality, and decent sound. Take $220 off the original price of $800.
Dell is taking $329 off the Inspiron 15 7000. Dell’s deals keep rolling onward. Use code 180MORE to take $329 off the original price of $960 for Dell’s premium lightweight laptop.
Preorder the PlayStation 4 Pro with God of War for $400. This is the price you’d pay for a PS4 Pro, but now is your chance to order it with the new, dad-ified God of War.
Take $75 off Anker’s dash cam. If you drive a lot of rental cars, or just want to keep tabs on what’s happening in your backseat, a dash cam can be immensely helpful and save you a lot of money. Use code BDCAMEC2 to save even more money by taking $75 off the original list price of $119 for Anker’s sturdy, reliable version that uses a suction cup instead of sticky goo to put it on the windshield.
Prime members take $15 off Thor: Ragnarok. Have you seen this? You should probably see this. Take $15 off the original price of $40 for director Taika Waititi’s smart, funny take on Norse mythology.
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