Using your own muscles to propel a bike or skateboard is so played out in 2015. We’ve seen the lightest e-bike on the road and now a group of inventors is showing off “the world lightest” electric vehicle of any kind on Kickstarter.
The Stary Board is enjoying massive success after a few weeks, raising more than double its goal in that time. Weighing in less than most newborn babies at nine pounds, this new skateboard promises fast speeds at a low cost. expand full story
Tanga offers the Urge Basics Soundbrick Bluetooth stereo speaker in blue, red, black, pink or white for a low $14.99 + $2.99 shipping. That’s $62 off the original list price, $6 less than Amazon and the lowest we can find for them. The speakers have a lithium-ion battery that can last up to 8 hours of continuous play. Amazon shoppers gave it 4.3/5 star reviews.
Also at Tanga, is the Liger waterproof shower speaker for $9.99 + $4.99 shipping. Today only with the code: WednesdayShip used at checkout you can drop the shipping charge making it only $9.99 shipped. That’s $30 off the original list price, $8 less than Amazon, and the lowest we’ve seen. The speaker works with any Bluetooth enabled device and has a built-in microphone for hands free calling. It received 3.8/5 stars from Amazon shoppers.
We also found the following Bluetooth speakers today:
- TaoTronics $11 Prime shipped w/code BO7Q9PCF (Orig. $20) | Amazon
- Fenix Ultra-Portable $10 Prime shipped w/code CMS3RVTR (Orig. $15) | Amazon
Update (7/22 10:35am): Focus Camera is offering the JBL Charge 2 Portable Bluetooth Speaker in multiple colors for $89.95 shipped (Reg. $120+).
Amazon is offering the Jabra SOLMATE Wireless Bluetooth Portable Speaker in black for $59.66 shipped. That’s $120 under the original listing, about $20 below the next best prices, matching our previous mention and the best we can find. This particular speaker system sells for $150 on Best Buy.
It has three front facing speakers, a bass radiator, speakerphone functions, 8 hours of calls and music on a single charge and features Bluetooth, USB and 3.5mm connectivity. While you have to buy the interchangeable soles separately, you get a durable sound bag for playback in rough conditions, USB cable and a 3.5mm audio cable (located in the sole) thrown-in for free. This model has received a 4.5/5 star rating from over 800 Amazon customers.
If you’re looking for something a little bigger, Amazon also has the certified refurbished Jawbone BIG JAMBOX Wireless Bluetooth Speaker for $127.99 shipped (Orig. $300), matching our previous low.
- Bose SoundTouch Series II Wireless Music: Black $269 or White $280 (Reg. $325)
- JBL Indoor/Outdoor Speakers w/ brackets: $80 or 2-pairs $150 (Orig. $180)
- Review: The Bang & Olufsen Beolit 15 is a big-ticket Bluetooth speaker with a lavish design
The launch of iOS 9 is just around the corner, but there is still time to become a full-fledged app developer. The iOS 9 Swift Coding Course teaches Apple’s coding language from scratch, and it is currently $59 over at 9to5Toys Specials.
You don’t need any experience with coding to take this course, as the tuition starts at the shallow end of Swift. However, you soon make progress, learning your way around Apple’s Xcode app and the features of iOS 9. You can then move on to iCloud integration, setting up notifications, and using the new stackView and AVAudioRecorder classes.
The format is step-by-step video instruction, followed by an assignment to test out your new skills. All together, there are ten functioning apps to build. This process not only hardwires the newly acquired skills into your brain, but it also gives you a nice portfolio. In total, the course amounts to 35 hours of content.
- Dive into the details of building apps for iOS 9 with 35 hours of video
- Be one of the first to build apps for iOS 9 and dominate the App Store’s top downloads
- Become proficient in Swift and Xcode
- Create an iCloud app
- Set up push notifications for your app
- Work with iOS 9 classes like stackView and AVAudioRecorder
- Implement Swift code in unique ways
- Follow the easy to understand step-by-step format
You can currently get 80% off this exclusive course – add to cart now.
Convenience and security are usually polar opposites. But the QuickLock uses NFC and Bluetooth to provide one-tap access to your protected stuff. You can currently pick one up for $49 with free shipping. That’s $8 less than Amazon’s shipped price where it gets 3/5 star reviews from limited reviewers.
- Made of die cast zinc alloy, rendering it virtually indestructible
- Allows for one-tap access via a fob or ring (sold separately), a card, or smartphone
- Includes convenient access for multiple people: works with up to 50 wireless NFC keys and an unlimited number of phones
- Prevents having to remember combinations or locate keys for your locks
- Provides battery life for up to two years on one charge
- Charges via a micro USB cable
You can currently get 18% off the QuickLock at 9to5Toys Specials – add to cart now.