Happy Monday everyone! We’ve got some fine deals for you today, including a bestselling 3D pen you can draw sculptures with, a retro-awesome recreated Sinclair ZX Spectrum, and some glowing, pulsating Harmon Kardon SoundSticks III. Let’s take a closer look.
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ou can create instant 3D models with this bestselling 3D pen that was Kickstarted a while back. Currently 33% off at The Hut (UK), or 14% off at Amazon (US), it works by extruding a unique heated plastic that draws in the air, and then hardens instantly into a solid structure. The strength and speed of the plastic means you can make some surprisingly large sculptures. And if drawing isn’t your strong suit, there’s a free library of community built stencils and projects to get you started. Plug the pen in, insert a strand of plastic and get doodling. No hot parts, no gluing, and no fuss.
Enjoy stunning visuals with this LG Smart 4K Ultra HDR 49″ LED TV, reduced by 43% at Currys. Upgrade standard definition media to 4K quality with six-step 4K up-scaling technology. Additionally, the HDR displays true-to-life colours and shades, with glistening light added to the texture. It also has a range of smart entertainment options, including services such as Netflix, Amazon, and BBC iPlayer — as well as a huge range of apps. Additonally, it’s ultra slim, perfect for wall-mounting or adding a silvery futuristic sheen to any room!
You can grab the only full size recreation of legendary 1980s computer the Sinclair ZX Spectrum at GAME now for 40% off. Syncs up with phones, tablets, PCS, TVS and streaming devices. Additionally, it is entirely wireless and portable. It also comes with many, many games and apps all free of charge via the recreated web app. Perfect for the retro gamer in your life!
These speaker’s ancestors were once displayed at an art gallery in New York, and you can grab them now with a 40% discount over at Harmon Kardon’s official site. These sticks not only sound like a dream — producing a super-bass sound no matter what the audio input, they also look absolutely beautiful with their unique luminescent white LED glow. See what all the fuss is about and take a closer look at them today.
You can now hold one of the nature’s most mystical (and glowy) phenomena right in your hand with BioPop’s Dino Sphere, currently just over £100 at Amazon. The glow comes from ancient microscopic sea life called Dinoflagellates, who are powered by sunlight, water and basic nutrients (no batteries required!). They originate from a culture of marine plankton, who can be seen getting lit in Tropical waters across the world. Abit of light and gentle shaking is all that’s needed to make them glow, and boy, do they glow.
This 25″ gaming monitor is by legendary gaming brand Alienware, and is currently 25% off at Dell. Featuring a 240Hz refresh rate and 1-ms response time, the innovative AMD FreeSync technology synchronises the GPU and monitor, minimizing graphic distortions such as tearing and artefacts. Highly adjustable, it’s perfect for long-term gaming sessions, whilst its thin bezels allow for continuity while gaming on a multi-monitor setup.