MacRumors Exclusives: Save 45% on Speck's Cases and Save 50% on Choetech's Wireless Charger

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Today and tomorrow only MacRumors readers can save 45 percent sitewide on Speck's website, making a great opportunity to purchase a new case for your iPhone, iPad, or MacBook at a discounted price. To take advantage of the deal, head over to Speck, find a case or accessory, add it to your cart, and enter MACRUMORS45 in the discount code box.

This will net you 45 percent off up to two Speck products per order, although the promo code excludes any existing markdowns and can't be combined with Speck's other offers or coupons.

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As an idea of how much you can save, Speck's lower-cost iPhone and iPad cases run for around $40, meaning accessories like the Presidio Grip for iPhone X (including World Cup colors), Balance Folio for iPad, and Presidio Clear for iPhone 8 are all discounted down to $21.97 in the sale. Head over to Speck's website to browse and make your purchase before the promo code expires tomorrow, June 29.

Over on Amazon, accessory company Choetech is offering its T511 Wireless Charger (Black) for just $6.47 with MacRumors exclusive promo code MACRUM50, down from $12.95. For any of our readers who have been looking to add a few more iPhone-compatible wireless charging mats around a home or apartment, this is a solid time to expand your collection.


There are a few other Choetech deals happening on Amazon this week as well: a 3-pack of USB-C Braided Cables for $5.99 with code 3N2LZXJP, down from $14.99 and a 6-Pack of USB-C Cables for $7.99 with code 9ARQ5ZD6, down from $12.99. With the cables, you can stock up on extra chargers for your MacBook ahead of any trips you might be taking this summer.


Incipio is also marking down many of its products this Fourth of July, with promo code PWR4U taking 20 percent off all Incipio power accessories. These include smart cases, portable battery packs, cables, wireless chargers, and more. The discount code is already live ahead of next week's national holiday, so head over to Incipio's power accessory page to browse items available under the discount.

Finally, app developer Softorino is offering MacRumors readers an exclusive 40 percent off of its WALTR 2 software with promo code MACRUMORS. WALTR 2 is a drag-and-drop utility that allows you to quickly and easily move music, ringtones, videos, and other files onto your iOS devices. WALTR 2 works over Wi-Fi and lets you avoid using iTunes for file transfers while also automatically converting file types like FLAC and MKV that aren't otherwise supported by iTunes.

Head over to our full Deals Roundup for more information on the latest sales happening this week.

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28 months ago

Are these super cheap chargers any good? I wouldn’t pay $100 for one but is there any quality trade off for a $12/6.47 charger

Don’t know about this brand but the $13 Anker brand chagers off Amazon work flawlessly. I think the Belkin and other premium brand chargers are overpriced. As will be Apple’s.
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28 months ago

Are these super cheap chargers any good? I wouldn’t pay $100 for one but is there any quality trade off for a $12/6.47 charger

I figured for $7, it was worth the risk.
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