MacRumors Exclusives: Save 20% on Elevation Lab's 'DraftTable' and 40% on RAVPower's 7.5W Charger

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There are a few exclusive deals we have to share today, beginning with a partnership with accessory company Elevation Lab. Over on Amazon, our readers can purchase Elevation Lab's DraftTable or DraftTable Kit for 20 percent off, marking the accessories down to $39.96 and $55.96 respectively. Just head to Amazon and enter the code MACLAB20 during the checkout process before the code expires on Friday, June 22 at 11:59 p.m. PT.

DraftTables work with all sizes of iPad Pro (and even accommodate the iPad mini) and are designed to ensure a rock-solid base for working on Apple's tablet, with wide angle adjustment that ensures comfort for all-day workflows. The slightly more expensive DraftTable Kit also includes Elevation Lab's ArmRest so you can draw for hours without fatigue and the PencilStand which locks to a flat surface so it can't tip over.


In our second exclusive deal this week, we've partnered with RAVPower to kick off a string of exclusive discounts that will be launching every week over the course of the summer. Things are starting with a 40 percent discount on RAVPower's 7.5W HyperAir Fast Wireless Charging Pad that's compatible with iPhone X, 8, and 8 Plus, and can be purchased for just $23.99 with code MACRUMP34, down from $39.99 -- the best price in the accessory's history according to the company.

This sale will last through next Monday, June 25 at 11:59 p.m. PT, and then one week from today we'll continue the RAVPower sale event with another exclusive discount for our readers. We'll be keeping a tab on the sale in our Deals Roundup as it continues, so be sure to head there for the latest information.


In other RAVPower discount news, the company also released a new collection of exclusive discount codes for our readers, with savings as high as 36 percent off:

These codes will be available for our readers for most of the summer, expiring on July 31 at 11:59 p.m. PT. As usual, you can head over to our full Deals Roundup for even more sales going on this week, including discounts on Mac software from StackSocial, a one-day Amazon Gold Box deal on a Late 2015 5K iMac, and more.

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28 months ago
For those interested, I have been using the DraftTable for a year now and it is fantastic. Worth every penny...
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28 months ago

It does come with a QC3.0 USB wall adapter and braided USB cable of decent quality, so if you can snag one on a sale like this, it's not a bad deal.

I understand, RAVPower has sent me a few of their wireless chargers for review. And I've got tons of different ones/brands. I just cannot figure out what the difference is between a lot of them, or why the prices are so different, for seemingly the same thing. Do the cheaper ones hurt the phone's battery at an increased rate? Produce more heat? Etc.
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28 months ago

I understand, RAVPower has sent me a few of their wireless chargers for review. And I've got tons of different ones/brands. I just cannot figure out what the difference is between a lot of them, or why the prices are so different, for seemingly the same thing. Do the cheaper ones hurt the phone's battery at an increased rate? Produce more heat? Etc.

Yeah, I'm not sure about all the variables, other than the 7.5W vs 5W iPhone support (which can also be extremely confusing). I only have a few wireless chargers and it does seem like electronics/thermal design, materials/quality, and other packaging or manufacturing elements can be all over the map, and not always correlated to the price. I'm guessing the broader market simply hasn't had enough time to stabilize at competitive prices yet.
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28 months ago

I want to know why there's such a huge price difference between many of their "Wireless chargers". 8 dollars vs 40 dollars is quite a jump and on the spec sheets they claim to be about the same... something seems shady.

It does come with a QC3.0 USB wall adapter and braided USB cable of decent quality, so if you can snag one on a sale like this, it's not a bad deal.
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28 months ago

For those interested, I have been using the DraftTable for a year now and it is fantastic. Worth every penny...

I don't bother with the Pencil Stand (if it was a charger maybe I would) or the arm rest but I love the actual stand.
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