Going outside is expensive. Well, not literally, but it does seem like every time I walk out my front door I’m headed to another café or less-than-affordable activity. I by no means think cutting out your favorite coffee shop is the way to financial freedom, but with these weekend deals on coffee gear, speakers, and projectors, you can turn your house into the cozy home theater of your dreams to get up close and personal with every actor, athlete, and news anchor. Say goodbye to costly concessions and hello to cappuccinos and sitting court-side on your couch.
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If soundbars come across as complicated to you, the Vizio M-Series 2.1 is a great gateway to better home audio. It has an intuitive setup, easily connecting to your phone via Bluetooth, or your TV remote via HDMI ARC, so you won’t have to worry about working around a bunch of wonky settings. The Vizio was already more affordable than most, so at $20 off it’s definitely a steal.
Anytime you can get Apple products on sale is a good time, and the Beats Flex Wireless Earbuds are no exception to that rule. At $20 off, you can get a pair of earbuds that pair quickly, have crisp audio, and get 12 hours worth of battery life. Sounds good to me!
It’s no secret that we tend to enjoy Anker products at WIRED, but we really admire the Soundcore Life Q30 Wireless headphones. They’re noise-canceling and have a classic silhouette. Plus, Anker really holds it down when it comes to battery life—the Soundcores last for up to 40 hours.