Deals: Anker Discounts Eufy SmartDrop Package Box (50% Off), Smart Scale (25% Off), and More

Today we're tracking a collection of Anker and Eufy discounts on Amazon, including a major markdown on the Eufy Security SmartDrop package box.

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You can get the Eufy Security SmartDrop package box for $199.99, down from $399.99, when you click the on-page coupon to save an extra $100 on the product. The Eufy package box provides a secure location for your packages to be delivered, and sends notifications to your smartphone when items arrive.

Note: You won't see the deal price until checkout.

There are a few other Eufy smart home products on sale this week on Amazon, including the Solo IndoorCam P24 for $44.99 with an on-page coupon, down from $54.99. The Eufy Smart Scale P2 Pro is $59.99 with the code eufyscale, down from $79.99. Both items are in stock and have an estimated September 28 delivery date.

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For Anker accessories, this week you'll find markdowns on the brand's popular Soundcore Bluetooth Speaker as well as wall chargers with multi-port options.

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If you're on the hunt for more discounts, be sure to visit our Apple Deals roundup where we recap the best Apple-related bargains of the past week.

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Top Rated Comments

HappyDude20 Avatar
19 months ago
The Eufy SmartDrop Package thing does not support Apple HomeKit, fyi.

MacRumors should’ve mentioned that in the ad.
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
rpmurray Avatar
19 months ago
I'm betting the lockpickinglawyer could open the Eufy Security SmartDrop with a paper clip.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
tobefirst ⚽️ Avatar
19 months ago

Seems to me that if you need one of these and can afford one of these then you have the means to move somewhere where these are not needed.
?

If you can afford to spend $200 to keep your arriving packages safe, you should be able to spend potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars to move some safer?

Odd take.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jmh600cbr Avatar
19 months ago
50% off. Sounds like a sell off. Not a good sign for future support and features.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ignatius345 Avatar
19 months ago
Yeesh, that package box sure does call a lot of attention to itself. I'd prefer something that blends into my porch and doesn't scream "there's something valuable inside here!"
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
tobefirst ⚽️ Avatar
19 months ago

My very obvious point is that if you "need" this item you might want to reconsider where you live as you probably have more to worry about than the "safety" of your packages. Furthermore if you have the disposable income for this rather limited toy its my guess you could afford a better neighborhood. Not possible for everyone I acknowledge and YMMV but I'll stick by my "odd take".
Yeah, $200 one time to protect packages, or several hundred more a month in additional rent/mortgage. My neighborhood is pretty darn safe, but isn't immune from the occasional package going missing. To move somewhere "safer" would probably require a gated community with a security guard. Your idea that those who want this should just move – you realize how expensive that is, right? – is ridiculous.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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