Shopping can be worth it if you get big discounts on expensive products. But the problem I 've noticed is that there are too many products to follow. It's tempting to simply "add to the basket" simply because something seems like a volley.
My friend, I can not prevent you from buying unnecessary things like a 55 gallons of lubricantbut let me help you cut some noise. Specifically for technology.
Come on July 15th at 3 pm ET (12 pm PT) Amazon website will bomb everyone with offers, offers, offers. You'll see a lot of shit – believe me, it's going to be more than you can handle – but you have to stay calm. Follow my advice and you will not end up buying shit that you will regret.
I am always amazed by the impressive number of pocket or "high-tech" projectors available on Amazon Prime Day. These tiny little projectors come with the most jargonized descriptions to make you believe that you will get your money's worth. Most of them allow you to connect to a phone, tablet or laptop and project photos and videos to the wall or ceiling.
Cheap as they might be, do not buy them. Pocket projectors are usually garbage because they offer poor resolution, very low brightness and low batteries that can not even reach the feature film.
It's not the same thing as blowing up the screen of your mobile device, say 75 or 100 inches, but I guarantee you a big-screen TV at a reduced price (especially if it's 4K) or even a product at reduced price 10 inch Amazon Fire Tablet is a better buy. Sit closer to the big TV if you have to. At least you can see What happens on their screens instead of having a poor projected image quality because of the projector too dark.
I will not name specific fitness trackers (see picture above) or brands to avoid, but you'll know them when you see them. Often, they are a complete scam of the genuine product, like a Apple Watch a clone or a Fitbit bootleg
In general, they cost a fraction of the cost of reality and promise a set of features that almost never work. The last thing you want is a fitness monitor to count your steps and it can not even be as reliable.
There is a reason why Apple, Fitbits and Garmins watches are the most popular wearable devices: they work. More than that, they have sensors that are more accurate to track steps and activities than any cheap non-brand fitness monitor. In addition, their applications are more robust and businesses care about protecting your data.
It is almost impossible to go wrong with a model of these brands. They are new to the fitness / wearable tracking game and have been around for long enough to be reliable and trustworthy.
I tell people all the time never, always spend a lot of money on HDMI or USB cables called "premium". This is one of the biggest disadvantages of technology. Does someone listen? Most people do it! But there are always bozo who overpay for this junk anyway.
The cables are cheap. Like dirt cheap. Prime Day will be filled with super inexpensive cables as far as the eye can see, but do not buy the cheapest cables you can find. There are tons of reputable brands that make cables that do not tear easily or burn in flames when they are connected to your devices.
There are many more absolutely avoidable technological products that are not worth a lot of words. Anything that imitates something else is a given.
Other gadgets easy to avoid: cheap Bluetooth headphones and wireless headphones too beautiful to be true (and Bluetooth speakers), shabby instant cameras like the Polaroid Popand unnamed batteries / banks (who knows how well these lithium batteries are well insulated).
360-degree cameras and mobile virtual reality headsets are best avoided now Oculus Quest here is Ditto for amateur toy drones with potato quality cameras and insufficient flight times (DJI's consumer drones are the only ones to consider).
Apple and Dyson products are expensive AFs. If you see discounts on items from them, it's usually a solid purchase. Prime Day may not give you the better offer online, but savings on the AirPod, iPad or Dyson vacuum cleaner do not eat every day, so any price reduction is a savings.
The same goes for Amazon gadgets. Echoes, echoes, Echo showsFire tablets and Kindle e-readers are all worth buying on Prime Day.
Here are other useful technology resources: memory cards (high storage capacity stacked in superb microSD cards are my favorite and ideal for the expansion of android phones and Nintendo Switch) Computer parts, such as SSDs, RAM and external hard drives; and good instant cameras like the Instaxons from Fujifilm.
Oh, and the air fryers. Those are fun! If there are any that are on sale at Philips (everyone seems to believe it), Prime Day is the time to get it.
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