OnePlus 8T Android Phone for $569 ($180 off): The OnePlus 8T (7/10, WIRED Review) is a capable, nice-looking smartphone that should be fine for those who want an upgrade but not necessarily the latest and greatest. The screen, battery life, and camera are standout features. We don’t think it’s a good value at full price, but saving nearly $200 makes it a worthy choice.
Totallee Phone Cases for 50 percent off: Use code MEMORIAL at checkout to save. Totallee makes some of our favorite inexpensive phone cases. The cases are protective, but not bulky or obtrusive. There are options for iPhone, Galaxy, and Pixel smartphones.
Tribit Stormbox Micro Bluetooth Speaker for $32 ($18 off): Clip the on-page coupon and enter code MMDDPRMT at checkout to save. This speaker goes on sale for nearly every shopping holiday, but $35 is about the best price we’ve seen for it. It’s on our list of the best Bluetooth speakers—we especially like it for biking.
Jabra Elite Active 75T True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds for $150 ($30 off): The Elite Active 75T are some of our favorite wireless headphones. They’re durable, sweat-resistant, and comfortable. The sound quality and battery life are both great too.
Garmin Venu SQ Fitness Tracker for $150 ($50 off): Another bright, attractive fitness tracker, the Garmin Venu SQ (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is a budget-friendly option that doesn’t skimp on features. Things like blood oxygen monitoring are usually limited to more expensive wearables, meaning the value is great. The Venu SQ Music Edition is also on sale, but we don’t like it as much.
Obvus Solutions Laptop Tower Stand for $65 ($15 off): At Amazon, clip the on-page coupon to save. Out of all the models we’ve tested so far, this is the best laptop stand. It’s lightweight yet sturdy. You can adjust it from a seated position to a standing one pretty easily. If you still don’t have a solid desk for your remote working setup, a stand like this can help you convert another surface into a more ergonomic workspace.
Sphero Specrums for $40 ($10 off): We really like these colorful STEM toys, which transform surfaces into musical instruments. The tiny rings are adorable, educational, and they’ll entertain kids (and by “kids,” we mean anyone over the age of 3.) They’re a vast improvement over pots, pans, and a wooden spoon.