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5 deals you can’t afford to miss this Presidents Day

With so many fantastic Presidents Day sales out there, it can be overwhelming to know where to start. After all, you want the best bang for your buck, right? Fortunately, we’ve rounded up five awesome deals that should set you up nicely, across multiple retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart. They include the latest Apple Watch Series 6, Apple AirPods Pro, a 75-inch Hisense TV, a robot vacuum, and even a Microsoft Surface Pro 7.

Apple AirPods Pro — $180, was $249

Apple AirPods Pro
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With a chunky $69 off the usual price, this is a great time to treat yourself to the fantastic Apple AirPods Pro. In our Apple AirPods Pro review, we raved about how they’re Apple’s best earphones yet and that remains the case. These earbuds offer adaptive EQ that automatically tunes music to the shape of your ear so you get the best quality sound at all time. Alongside that is highly effective active noise cancellation so you can lose yourself in the magic of your music before switching over to the transparency mode any time you need to hear what’s going on around you. Sweat- and water-resistant, they’re ideal for working out or simply relaxing at home. A convenient wireless charging case sweetens the deal.

iRobot Roomba 670 Robot Vacuum — $200, was $330

Sick of vacuuming your home all the time? This iRobot Roomba 670 Robot Vacuum will save you considerable effort. Normally $330, you can snag it for just $200, and it’s sure to revolutionize your life. Good on carpets, hard floors, and when tackling pet hair, the Roomba 670 has a patented 3-stage cleaning system that’s specially engineered to loosen, lift, and suction everything on the floor, even small particles. An edge-cleaning brush and dirt sensor means it’ll do a fantastic job every step of the way, too. You can use the app to schedule when to use Roomba or leave it to do its own thing whenever needed. It’s a true timesaver.

Apple Watch Series 6 — $339, was $399

Close up of a man showing off the Apple Watch Series 6 on his wrist

Considered to be the best and most feature-rich smartwatch out there according to our Apple Watch Series 6 review, you can now buy this exceptional smartwatch for just $339 at Amazon. The smartwatch looks fantastic with an always-on Retina display that’s 2.5 times brighter outdoors when your wrist is down. It’s also practical with the ability to measure your blood oxygen levels, check your heart rhythm, and — of course — track all your workouts and activities. It’s swim-proof too, proving even more useful.

75-inch Hisense H6510G 4K TV — $630, was $1,000

With a massive $370 saving, this is an ideal time to upgrade to a fantastic 75-inch 4K TV courtesy of Hisense. Besides the huge screen, it offers DTS Virtual X technology for an immersive audio experience, Dolby Vision HDR and HDR10 support, along with an Android-based OS so it’s easy to use. The latter means you can get all your favorite streaming apps set up in no time and there’s even Google Assistant support so you can speak to your TV as well as use it to manipulate your smart home.

Microsoft Surface Pro 7 — $700, was $900

Trying to decide between Microsoft Surface Pro 7 vs. Dell XPS 13? This $200 saving may swing the deal with the Microsoft Surface Pro 7 looking super tantalizing. For the price, you get an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of memory, plus 128GB of SSD storage. It also has a 12.3-inch touchscreen. With an all-day battery life, it’s the ideal mixture of laptop-style experience and tablet, looking just as good on your home office desk as it does on your lap on the couch.

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