Catch is having a big brands tech sale right now which means you can get your hands on a Nintendo Switch, refurbished Lenovo Thinkpad, smartwatches, smartphones and other gadgets for a good price.
Here's a quick look at some of the highlights from the sale.
Nintendo Switch Console Neon, $398: The Switch is still the hottest console going around with more and more games constantly being ported over. Around $400 seems to be the usual sale price for them so while this isn't the biggest bargain you'll ever come across, you can't complain about the price.
Lenovo Thinkpad X240 12.5-Inch Laptop (Refurbished), $299: A resilient workhorse, the Thinkpad X240 is one of the better budget laptops available right now with a core i5-4300U, 8GB RAM and a 128GB SSD on top of a 4-in-1 card reader and two USB 3.0 ports.
GoPro HERO 2018 Action Video Camera, $259: A low-end GoPro for people who are looking to get the functionality of strapping a camera to things without going overboard on features or price.
Fitbit Charge HR (Large), $69: Track your heart rate and steps throughout the day, it's what Fitbits are for. This one comes with the rather unfortunate downside of only being available in tangerine so you'll have to decide the balance point between frugality and fashion.
Garmin Vivoactive 3 Smartwatch, $349: A far less garish option, the Vivoactive 3 is a spiffy looking smartwatch with all of the usual features including contactless payment.
Samsung Galaxy A7 32GB Smartphone, $399: It's not the latest or the greatest phone in Samsung's line up but the A7 is still a reliable device for those looking to balance features and price and it's unlocked.
HTC Desire 650 16GB, $169: It's a phone. It'll ring when someone calls you and send emails or texts when you want to send them. Sometimes that's all you want out of a phone.
Parrot Zik 3 Wireless Headphones + Wireless Qi Charger, $149: A hefty reduction for these noise-cancelling wireless headphones. They come with a wireless charger and have nifty touchpad controls on the earphone.
JBL E55 Bluetooth Over-Ear Headphones, $129: The downside of wireless devices is that they need charging. The upside of these headphones is that they promise a 20 hour battery life off of just two hours of charging. That seems pretty respectable.
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