On the final day of the Prime Day event on Amazon, still more connected home devices are on the deal docket at significantly reduced prices. In addition to our previous picks, we have added new deals on Big Ass Fans, Apple, and iRobot products. Prime Day ends at midnight PDT, July 16.
We have owned several Big Ass Fans products, and these high-end fans are among the best you can find for your home. With the company’s Haiku L line, the company has lowered the cost of entry for these fans, and with Prime Day they are at an even more attractive price.
Rarely do Apple laptops go on sale, but this Apple 13″ MacBook Air (1.8GHz dual-core Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD) is worth a look. The downside: this is one generation back in technology from the latest MacBook Air, but may all you need. It will still run the very latest version of macOS, Mojave.
Among our favorite robot vacuums, the iRobot Roomba 690 can make your usual walk-behind vacuuming chores go away. With this deal, you can get the latest in automated cleaning technology from the company that started it all. Then you can be on your way to reclaiming free time for yourself while your home stays squeaky clean at all times.
Tom Kolnowski is the Chief Content Officer & Founder of Digitized House Media, LLC, the publisher of Digitized House | Guide to the Connected Home. When he isn’t writing about smart home technology, sustainability, and high-performance architecture, you’ll find him exploring faraway destinations with his family.
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