Nomad today is hosting a 30 percent off sitewide sale, giving you the chance to save on iPhone cases, AirPods cases, Apple Watch bands, charging accessories, and more. This "Summer Vibes Sale" will last through July 25 and you'll need to enter the code SUMMER30 to see the discount.
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This coupon code can only be applied to full-priced items on Nomad, and it is not valid on any of Moment's camera gear that is sold on Nomad's website.
In terms of cases, Nomad sells MagSafe-compatible cases and folios for the iPhone 12 series. The Rugged Case with MagSafe is priced at $41.97 (regular $59.95) and the Rugged Folio with MagSafe is priced at $55.97 (regular $79.95).
There is also the Rugged Case for AirPods Pro for $24.47 (regular $34.95), Rugged Case for AirPods for $24.47 (regular $34.95), Rugged Case for iPad Air for $69.97 (regular $99.95), Rugged Case for iPad Pro for $83.97 (regular $119.95), and more.
For charging accessories, Nomad has a wide variety of Base Station devices. You can get the Base Station Stand for $69.97 (regular $99.95), Base Station Apple Watch Edition for $104.97 (regular $149.95), and Base Station Mini for $41.97 (regular $59.95).
There are plenty of other opportunities for savings during the Summer Vibes Sale, including discounted AirTag Keychains, wallets, the Nomad titanium Apple Watch band, MacBook Sleeves, and other products. Head to Nomad's website to browse the full sale before it ends July 25.
Top Rated Comments
"This coupon code can only be applied to full-priced items on Nomad, and it is not valid on any of Moment's camera gear that is sold on Nomad's website."
Everything, is the new "unlimited"
First, the Apple Watch mount, while cool, looks cheap and the inability to plug the watch USB cable into the BSP itself makes for an awkward white cord that is way too short already. Your Base Station Apple Watch Edition solved this issue so why wasn't it made available for the more expensive unit?
Second, why is the lower-end Base Station available in walnut while your flagship device is only plastic?
Third, echoing tigres's comment, don't claim 30% off everything unless you plan to offer 30% off everything. The fine print and the mouseovers and the exceptions make your brand look bad. You come across as trying to deceive people because they expect to save 30% off everything. 30% off sitewide is very different than 30% off MSRP of new units on a single brand you sell.