Electronics

July 21

The Source Canada: Haier 48″ LED HDTV (Refurb) Was $400 | Now $275 & Free Shipping (EXPIRED)

Posted by on July 21, 2015 at 2:30 PM

The Source Canada: Haier 48 LED HDTV (Refurb) Was $400 | Now $275 & Free Shipping (EXPIRED)

I don’t recall ever seeing a 48″ HDTV below $300 before… I am not even sure I have seen one below $400. Right now, this refurbished Haier 48D3500 48″ LED HDTV is on sale from $399.99 down to $299.96. Today only, use this newsletter subscriber coupon code for an extra $25 off orders of $150 or more. That brings the Haier 48″ HDTV down to just $274.96. Receive free shipping on all orders of $25 or more at The Source. 

While this television is a refurbished model, it still comes with a three-month warranty to ensure that you do not have a lemon. However, all the kinks should be worked out already as it has been refurbished. Read the rest of this entry »

Moose Rating (4 votes)
July 21

Chapters Indigo: Eton Solar-Powered Bluetooth Speaker Was $100 | Now $50 & Free Shipping (EXPIRED)

Posted by on July 21, 2015 at 1:07 PM

Chapters Indigo: Eton Solar Powered Bluetooth Speaker Was $100 | Now $50 & Free Shipping (EXPIRED)

Today starts five days of tech deals at Chapters Indigo Canada. To kick things off, we have a marvelous deal on the Eton Rugged Rukus Solar-Powered Bluetooth Speaker in black. Originally $99.99, this speaker is on sale for just $49.95 with free shipping.

Wherever there is sun you can maintain a continuous stream of tunes. Whether hiking, on the beach, camping, or at home on the deck, this speaker will absorb energy from the sun and convert it into power for this wireless speaker. Read the rest of this entry »

Moose Rating (4 votes)
July 19

Dell Canada: Dell 20″ Monitor Only $99.99 (Save $60) (EXPIRED)

Posted by on July 19, 2015 at 3:30 PM

Dell Canada: Dell 20 Monitor Only $99.99 (Save $60) (EXPIRED)

**BUMP – This deal is back on at Dell Canada**

I have not seen a deal on this monitor for over a year so I figured it was a good deal to post. Purchase a Dell 20″ E2014H monitor for only $99.99 with free shipping. The regular retail price for this monitor is $149.99 $159.99.

Whenever a Dell monitor goes under $100, I always take note. While there are many brands of monitors out there, Dell monitors are known for their quality and they hold their value a lot better than other monitors do. Read the rest of this entry »

Moose Rating (2 votes)
July 18

Dell Canada: Bose SoundTrue Headphones (Around-Ear Style) Were $180 | Now $120 & Free Shipping

Posted by on July 18, 2015 at 2:00 PM

Dell Canada: Bose SoundTrue Headphones (Around Ear Style) Were $180 | Now $120 & Free Shipping

Dell Canada has discounted the Bose SoundTrue around-ear headphones from $179.99 down to $119.99. Receive free shipping on your Bose headphone order as well as 5% cashback via the Dell Advantage as this order is over $100. Make sure to use your Dell Advantage card within 90 days of purchase.

The above link takes you to the mint/black colour combination. This headset is also available in plain black, white, and mint. Read the rest of this entry »

Moose Rating (3 votes)
July 18

TODAY: 19″ Insignia TV Just $99.99 & Free Shipping @ Best Buy Canada (EXPIRED)

Posted by on July 18, 2015 at 1:25 PM

TODAY: 19 Insignia TV Just $99.99 & Free Shipping @ Best Buy Canada (EXPIRED)

Today only, pick up a nice little Insignia 19″ 720p 60Hz LED TV (NS-19E310NA15) on sale. Originally $119.99, this television comes under the rarely broken $100 mark… at just $99.99! Receive free shipping on your television order as well.

With plenty of ports, this TV should serve all of your needs. The television has two HDMI, one component video, one A/V (composite), one coaxial cable (RF), one optical digital audio, one headphone jack, one PC VGA, PC audio, one USB media and one MHL port. Read the rest of this entry »

Moose Rating (4 votes)
July 17

NCIX: Energizer Dual USB Wall & Car Charger Was $20 | Now $6.99 (FS @ $15)

Posted by on July 17, 2015 at 2:00 PM

NCIX: Energizer Dual USB Wall & Car Charger Was $20 | Now $6.99 (FS @ $15)

NCIX.com has discounted this great little Energizer Dual USB Wall & Car Charger from $19.99 down to $6.99. While the little device alone does not qualify for free shipping, NCIX.com is offering a rare free shipping on $15 or more for their weekly Summer Sale specials. All items in the weekly specials qualify for this free shipping at $15 as long as they are in stock.

This unit is special because it has two USB ports and the charger can go into a regular wall outlet or be used in your car to charge. Essentially, it is dual both in the number of ports and in the ways you can charge those devices. Read the rest of this entry »

Moose Rating (3 votes)
July 17

Refurbished Lenovo Thinkpad 420 4GB 250GB HDD Was $335 | Now $263 With Coupon Code + Shipping @ refurb.io

Posted by on July 17, 2015 at 10:30 AM

Refurbished Lenovo Thinkpad 420 4GB 250GB HDD Was $335 | Now $263 With Coupon Code + Shipping @ refurb.io

I have had my eye on a new laptop that I can pick up inexpensively, and recently spotted the refurbished Lenovo Thinkpad 420 4GB 250 GB HDD. This refurbished laptop was $335 and is on sale for $273. With our coupon code FREE10, you will only pay $263 plus shipping costs.

This laptop is perfect if you need a light laptop for basic web browsing and word processing.

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Moose Rating (3 votes)
July 16

The Source: Nexxtech Tabletop Tripod Was $10 | Now $5 & Free Shipping

Posted by on July 16, 2015 at 6:00 PM

The Source: Nexxtech Tabletop Tripod Was $10 | Now $5 & Free Shipping

I use my camera and my smart phone to take pictures all the time. Sometimes those pictures come out a bit blurry because my hands are shaky and I cannot stabalize the camera. Thus, this Nexxtech Tabletop Tripod is a perfect addition to my accessories. With this simple little tripod, I can screw in my phone or my camera to gain stability and height. Originally $9.99, this little tripod is on sale for $4.99. Use coupon code TS499 to receive free shipping on your order.

This little blue tripod is lightweight, compact, and comes with its own carry case for easy transportation. Read the rest of this entry »

Moose Rating (2 votes)
July 15

Walmart Canada: 80% off Fuse Cell Phone Cases – Now $3 (FS to CP)

Posted by on July 15, 2015 at 4:00 PM

Walmart Canada: 80% off Fuse Cell Phone Cases   Now $3 (FS to CP)

If you haven’t heard, Walmart is attempting to crash Amazon Prime’s party with their own stellar deals. In the USA they are advertising it as prime deals without paying for a prime membership. Here in Canada, the move takes the form of a huge clearance sale! While looking at all the sweet deals, I found a selection of cell phone cases on sale from $14.98 down to just $3. Receive free shipping to your local Canada Post with no minimum. I usually have to pick up all my parcels from there anyway.

So many of us do not own the latest cell phones from Apple and Samsung because our previous versions are still in fantastic condition and do the job. Read the rest of this entry »

Moose Rating (8 votes)
July 15

Dell Canada: Inspiron 17 5000 (i7 | 8GB | 1TB) Laptop Was $969 | Now $760 & $40 Back (EXPIRED)

Posted by on July 15, 2015 at 11:50 AM

Dell Canada: Inspiron 17 5000 (i7 | 8GB | 1TB) Laptop Was $969 | Now $760 & $40 Back (EXPIRED)

I am continuously on the hunt for laptops with i7 processors for under $800. Let me just say that they are few and far between. Thus, I was surprised to find this lovely Dell Inspiron 17″ 5000 laptop on sale from $968.99 down to $799.99 with free shipping. Use coupon code 5%off$500PCs to receive an extra 5% off your PC order, bringing the price down to just $759.99. As an added bonus, you will receive $40 back on a Dell Advantage card.

This is a one day deal from Dell Canada. If you are not familiar with laptop components, an i7 processor is the fastest processor you can buy currently.

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Moose Rating (3 votes)
July 15

Amazon Prime Day Deals: Best Deals From 9 am To 12 pm! (EXPIRED)

Posted by on July 15, 2015 at 10:25 AM

Good morning Moosers! If you have not already taken a little looksee, you need to head over to Amazon today to check out their amazing Prime Day Deals. This is a brand new promotion, and the deals are said to be better than on Black Friday! This event will take place today only, and in order to score these amazing deals you have Amazon Prime.

Amazon has graciously offered a free one-month trial of Prime. Learn more about how to sign up from Eva’s post detailing how to sign up for a free Amazon Prime trial. Early this morning Brooke blogged a fantastic Amazon Prime roundup of the best deals when the sales first started. Check back to that post also, as some of those deals are still live. I am guessing she had a few extra cups of coffee Moosers, as the deals started at 12 pm PST, which is 3 am EST. The deals change throughout the day so below I have rounded up the next round of deals for you. Keep checking back as we give you the full coverage of all the best deals of this sale.

You must be logged in to your Amazon.ca account and have Prime activated in order to score these amazing deals at these listed prices.

Amazon Prime Day Deals: Best Deals From 9 am To 12 pm! (EXPIRED)

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Moose Rating (1 votes)
July 14

The Source: Sony SRSX7 Wireless Wi-fi Speaker (Refurb) Only $130 & Free Shipping (EXPIRED)

Posted by on July 14, 2015 at 9:30 PM

The Source: Sony SRSX7 Wireless Wi fi Speaker (Refurb) Only $130 & Free Shipping (EXPIRED)

The Source Canada has an excellent deal on a refurbished Sony SRS-X7 wireless speaker with Wi-Fi. Originally $199.99 for the refurbished model, the speaker is now on sale for $129.98 with free shipping.

Now, that $70 discount may not seem so much but there is a missing piece to this puzzle. As I specified above… the $199.99 is the original price for the refurbished model – NOT for the actual speaker itself. You can score a $300 speaker system for only $130 with this deal! Let me show you the retail price for this unit elsewhere:

Cost of non-refurbished model at other online retailers:

  • $219.99 @ Dell Canada
  • $299.99 @ The Source Canada
  • $301.36 @ Amazon Canada
  • $299.99 @ Sony Store Canada
  • $299 @ NCIX.com (OOS)

When Best Buy sold this unit, it went on sale a few times but never dipped below the $200 range in my memory. I have been pretty aware of price fluctuations in this unit as I wanted to buy it for ages. However, I wanted a unit for $200 or less and this model never dropped that low. I ended up buying the Sony SRSX5 – the middle child of this series. I am quite pleased with my speaker but the big boy does sound better.

Things I really like:

  • About a six hour battery once you unplug it from the cord
  • Great size and sleek appearance
  • This baby brings the base – my speaker literally vibrates
  • This unit is heavy – it does not easily fall over and it is not for transporting in a back pack.

This is an excellent house unit that can be unplugged and moved from room to room while running on battery. The sleek appearance really sold me on this unit as well as the good sound. The only one better would be a Bose unit. The SRSX7 model can connect to your Wi-Fi for sharing the speaker between devices. It will also connect via Bluetooth and aux cable. You can use the speaker for call conferencing – which is cool. One reviewer on Sony said:

Had this unit a month now and you cannot go wrong with this one playing in your home. Even at very low volume the bass still sounds good without pounding the speakers. It has a lot of wireless ways to connect to it to make this very portable to use around the house or outside

I have my Sony SRSX5 (the smaller model) paired with both my cell phone and my computer. While I cannot figure out how to get Skype conversations to go across the speaker (computer’s fault I am sure), I love listening to my music on the external speaker.

Given that this speaker retails for around $300, spending $130 on a refurbished model is such a sweet offer!

(Expiry: 15th July 2015)

Moose Rating (2 votes)
July 13

Dell Wireless Keyboard & Mouse Combo Was $60 | Now $20 & Free Shipping

Posted by on July 13, 2015 at 2:30 PM

Dell Wireless Keyboard & Mouse Combo Was $60 | Now $20 & Free Shipping

Dell Canada has discounted their Dell KM632 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo from $59.99 down to $19.99. This is the first time this keyboard and mouse combo has been discounted since its price increase (from $49.99 to $59.99) late last year due to our diving Canadian currency. Receive free shipping on all orders.

I could not price compare this exact unit in Canada as it is not sold at many other mainstream retailers. I did find it from a secondary seller at Amazon.ca, but the price was silly – $71.28. In the USA, Dell.com sells the same combo for $49.99 USD and Amazon.com sells the keyboard and mouse combo for $34.92 USD. Most keyboard and mouse combos retail for $30+ for even the most basic units. As an example, the cheapest HP wireless combo is $34.99.

This keyboard has a very clean profile with lovely raised keys and an ambidextrous mouse. You have no idea how hard it is to find a mouse in a set that can be used for either the left or the right hand. It is somewhat odd, but I seem to be surrounded by left-handed people (I am left-handed as well). This is a very useful feature.

The mouse appears to be full size and both units are wireless. They can connect to your desktop or you can use them as external peripherals for a laptop. While I don’t mind typing on my laptop’s keyboard, a friend of mine prefers a full size keyboard when he is at home. Thus, he uses an external keyboard with his laptop. I always use an external mouse with my laptop.

I was recently shopping for a wireless keyboard and mouse combo for a friend. He wanted a combo – instead of buying separately – so that the keyboard and mouse would be on the same USB receiver. When USB slots are limited on a computer, an external keyboard and mouse can take up two of your three available slots. You can get USB hubs that you plug into your computer, but the draw on your laptop’s power is increased with the number of items you have plugged in. I like to use no more ports than are actually on my computer.

Enjoy this $20 wireless mouse and keyboard set with free shipping.

(Expiry: 14th July 2015 @ 6AM)

Moose Rating (4 votes)
July 12

The Shopping Channel Canada: $100 Off Philips Digital Airfryer + Double Layer Accessory + Cookbook – Now Just $200 & Free Shipping With Promo Code (EXPIRED)

Posted by on July 12, 2015 at 3:00 PM

The Shopping Channel Canada: $100 Off Philips Digital Airfryer + Double Layer Accessory + Cookbook   Now Just $200 & Free Shipping With Promo Code (EXPIRED)

Can’t get enough of fried food? Then here’s a wicked deal from The Shopping Channel on a healthy deep fryer… that’s right — healthy! Right now, you can save $100 on the Philips digital airfryer: instead of $299.99, get it for just $199.99. Be sure to also enter The Shopping Channel promo code SHIP150 to have it shipped for free.

I have to admit that before seeing this deal, I had no idea that airfryer were even a thing. As it turns out, it’s exactly like a deep fryer except for the fact that it uses little to no oil. How awesome is that?

This means your food will turn out much healthier than if you were to actually deep fry it in a lot of oil. Don’t be fooled into thinking that it’s 100% healthy though but it’s still a better alternative for when that craving for deep fried food kicks in.

Basically, the Philips airfryer works by: “[combining] fast circulating, superheated air, a starfish design and optimal heating“. Check out Airfry Reviews for handy diagrams on the exact way that oil less fryers work.

The temperature is adjustable up to 200ºC (or 392ºF) and there is also a cooking timer that you can preset for up to 60 minutes. There are only 3 reviews at The Shopping Channel for this air fryer but they’re all 5/5 stars! Here’s one of the reviews:

I use it almost everyday … I love this machine! I have finally perfected crispy fries – took a few attempts but now I am addicted to fat free crispy fries. Have cooked a small roast, small chicken, steaks, chicken breasts … and my favorite has to be chicken wings.

On Philips‘ own site, the suggested retail price is of $349. I didn’t find this exact air fryer anywhere else but looking around, the cheapest air fryer I found is the Black & Decker air fryer for $169.99 at Canadian Tire. It’s certainly cheaper but it’s not digital and it doesn’t come with any accessories or cookbooks, which brings me to my next point: the Philips airfryer comes with both a double layer accessory and a cookbook! The latter is actually available for preview on The Shopping Channel’s product page. Under the picture of the airfryer, just click on “recipes” to open a PDF. Here’s a sample recipe of jerk chicken wings:

The Shopping Channel Canada: $100 Off Philips Digital Airfryer + Double Layer Accessory + Cookbook   Now Just $200 & Free Shipping With Promo Code (EXPIRED)

Looks yummy doesn’t it? Moosers, what is your favourite deep fry recipe?

(Expiry: 13th July 2015)

Moose Rating (3 votes)
July 10

Best Buy Canada: 2 Chromecast for $63 (Save $15) & FREE Offers

Posted by on July 10, 2015 at 1:00 PM

Best Buy Canada: 2 Chromecast for $63 (Save $15) & FREE Offers

Purchase two (2) Google Chromecast devices and save $15. Each device retails for $39 and when you purchase two, your total price comes down from $78 to $63. That works out to $31.50 per unit. You will also receive free shipping on your order.

To redeem this offer, add a Google Chromecast to your cart. Then, in your cart, change the number of devices from one (1) to two (2) and then select the quantity update button. The discount will then be applied to both devices.

With your purchase of the Chromecast, you will get access to these three current offers:

  • 30-day trial of Crunchyroll Premium FREE
  • 90-day trial of Google Music Play (unlimited music) FREE
  • 90-day trial of Deezer Premium+ (unlimited music) FREE

Google often gives free credit to new and existing Chromecast owners. I always recommend checking back on the promotions even once you have owned the device for a bit. In total, we have received $26 in Google credit so far – in just six months.

I always tell my friends to buy a Chromecast and ditch their cable. You can stream video content from your Chrome browser directly to the Chromecast so watching news, sports, and television shows is easy.

I do not run an android phone or the Chrome browser on my computer, but streaming from YouTube is equally simple. When I am too lazy to put in one of my own movies or shows, I just pop on a mix of Pink Panther shorts. Lately, I have been watching episodes of The Magic School Bus ever since I saw the complete series on sale at Amazon. While the quality isn’t quite as good, I also saved myself $30 for something I will just watch occasionally anyway.

My experience with Chromecast has been excellent. I enjoy using it to watch music videos especially. However, a friend of mine seems to have ended up with a bit of a lemon as his device starts being unresponsive while he is watching. The Chromecast comes with a warranty, thus you should be able to bring up your concerns with Google should this occur.

Back in the holiday season we saw the Chromecast drop as low as $29 each, but it has been half a year since then! With this combo price of $31.50 per unit, you are paying just a fraction more than Christmas prices.

(Expiry: Unknown)

Moose Rating (2 votes)