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Save on AirPods, Bose Headphones, Google Nest Speakers, and more

You reached the weekend. Good work. In return for making it by far the best time of the week, we owe you some deals. That’s just how it works. Below you will find a potent mix of this week’s best technical offers.

Before we get started, though, a little bit of housekeeping. We released a massive Christmas gift guide this week. Its art (by Richard Parry) is so good that I have attached it above so you can look.

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The suitable Nest Audio smart speaker is back at $ 60

Google’s Nest Audio is the successor to the original Google Home from 2016. Much has changed since then, and Nest Audio has a better design and sound performance than its predecessor, along with the option of stereo pairing. The reason I am writing about this, of course, is that it is currently cheaper than usual. Usually $ 100, you can pick one up from a variety of retailers, e.g. Best buy and Goal, for only $ 60 right now. Read our full review.


Google Nest Audio

Google’s smart speaker with better sound quality than Google Home. Pairing two in stereo can provide a better experience while jamming to your favorite songs.

In addition, we’ve put together some other Google Nest deals that you might be interested in here. If you’ve also seen the latest Google Nest Learning Thermostat, Rim readers can get it for $ 70 off at Wellbots through December 1st. Just use the promotional code THE FORGEST to get it for $ 179 at checkout.


The second generation of AirPods is an insta purchase for $ 89 from Walmart

Whether you need an easy gift for someone close to you, or you want to pamper yourself, Walmart’s agreement on Apple’s second generation AirPods with the wired charging case can not be beaten. Most retailers sell them for around $ 110 to $ 120, but you can get them online right now for only $ 89. This is a great deal for iPhone or iPad users. The more Apple devices you use, the more you get out of these AirPods, as they can be seamlessly paired with any modern Apple device you’re signed in to with your Apple ID. If that wasn’t enough, they also offer great battery life and solid sound. Read our full review.


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Bose is hosting a refurbished sale on its best headphones

The Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 are currently available via Bose’s refurbished outlet for just $ 250. These are usually sold for between $ 350 and $ 400 depending on the color you want. I know it can sometimes feel annoying to read “renovated”, but Bose says these “sometimes have minor, almost imperceptible stains” and goes so far as to guarantee them with a one-year warranty and a 90- days trial period. It’s a bargain in our book, especially for a pair of over-ear headphones that offer multipoint pairing and excellent noise reduction. Read our full review.


Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 (certified refurbished)

The Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 are the company’s top-of-the-line noise-canceling Bluetooth headphones. In addition to excellent noise reduction, they have up to 20 hours of battery life between charges and can be connected to two devices at the same time.


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Fully’s excellent Jarvis standing table and other products are 15 percent off

If your home office needs an ergonomic overhaul, check out the entire site, the 15 percent discount that Fully is offering on its products right now. Fully manufactured Jarvis standing desk, as a handful of Rim employees own (and adore). Even if you do not want to put the money down on a desk, you can still put your current space out with smart accessories at a discount.


Fully Jarvis bamboo standing desk

This standing bamboo desk includes a sturdy frame and a programmable keyboard to control its height. It can lift up to 350 pounds and raise to a top height of 50 inches. It comes with a five-year warranty for the desktop surface and a 15-year warranty for desktop frame components.


Amazon and Target offer “buy two, get one free” on games, books and more

For the latest deal, you should check out the ongoing campaign that is currently taking place on Amazon and Goal, which gives you a free item of your choice when you buy two others. Each retailer has its own respective list of qualifying treats, but each one has some of the latest releases in the gaming world, movies, books, and more.

At Amazon you can get games like the new ones Call of Duty: Vanguard and Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, and overtake it Dune hype with Frank Herbert’s original novel. Target seems to offer a wider range of game releases, both new and slightly older. Call of Duty: Vanguard is also on its list along with several top-notch Sony titles for PlayStation 4 (Spider-Man, The Last of Us, Part 2) and PlayStation 5 (Demons’ souls). People who like board games can also find something appealing here.


Correction: The November 10, Verge Deals newsletter listed the Keychron Q1 as a 65 percent mechanical layout keyboard. Keychron Q1 has a layout of 75 percent. We apologize for the inconvenience.

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