Deals: Satechi Offering 20% Off Sitewide This Week Only

Satechi is offering 20 percent off sitewide to coincide with Father's Day this weekend, marking a great chance to save on the company's best accessories. In order to get the discount, you can shop on Satechi's website and then enter the code FATHERS at checkout.

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Satechi is known for its wireless chargers, USB-C hubs, keyboards, cables, and other accessories, many of which are compatible with Apple products like the MacBook Pro, iPad Pro, iMac, and iPhone. Satechi has a hub showcasing all of its newest products to give you an idea of what can be bought with the discount, but remember that the FATHERS code will work sitewide.

The sale will end later this week, so browse Satechi's website soon if you're interested in using the coupon code before it expires. Additionally, be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

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Top Rated Comments

ignatius345 Avatar
22 months ago

Too pricey for chinese made stuff
Probably 2/3 of everything you own is "Chinese made stuff" -- including whatever device you just typed that on.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
gaximus Avatar
22 months ago
Does it come with that "Worlds smallest night stand"
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Westside guy Avatar
22 months ago
I've had good luck with Satechi products.

People like to complain about the quality of Chinese products, but then turn around and complain when a Chinese company selling good quality products doesn't sell them for dirt cheap. You can't expect to have it both ways. Personally, I would like to see less crap and more quality coming from there - for many reasons.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ignatius345 Avatar
22 months ago
I got their desk pad ('https://satechi.net/products/eco-leather-deskmate?variant=20500238565464') a while back. I really like the look of it, and I think the fact that it's not leather is actually a selling point. Way less environmental impact and great durability. After a couple months of constant use, there's not the slightest sign of wear, even under my mouse.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
svish Avatar
22 months ago
Some very good products from them! 20% off is good.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
mjs916 Avatar
22 months ago

I've had good luck with Satechi products.

People like to complain about the quality of Chinese products, but then turn around and complain when a Chinese company selling good quality products doesn't sell them for dirt cheap. You can't expect to have it both ways. Personally, I would like to see less crap and more quality coming from there - for many reasons.
My main issue with some Chinese built products isn’t even the weak quality for the inexpensive items. I’ve bought many things made in my home country (USA) that have been inexpensive, but that also came with poor quality. You almost always get what you pay for.

My main gripe with Chinese goods is the willingness to copy/paste the work of others minus the R&D costs. Obviously there are some companies that do this more than others and give the whole market a bad name.
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