Deals: Anker and Eufy's New Amazon Sales Have Great Discounts on USB-C Accessories, Robot Vacuums, and More

Today we're tracking discounts offered by Anker and Eufy on Amazon, with deals focused on wall chargers, portable chargers, USB-C cables, self-cleaning vacuums, video doorbells, and more. All of these deals can be found on Amazon today, and many require on-page coupons in order to see the full discount price.

Anker

Starting with Anker, the bulk of the savings can be found on wall chargers this time around. Amazon has a good collection of Anker's best chargers on sale, and most of these require you to clip an on-page coupon in order to see the discount at checkout. Otherwise, you'll find portable chargers, USB-C hubs, and USB-C cables on sale as well on Amazon.

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Wall Chargers

Portable Chargers

Hubs

Cables

Eufy

Anker's smart home brand Eufy has a big sale on robot vacuums this week, with as much as $169 off select devices for a limited time. You can also save on a few of Eufy's video doorbell accessories, and as with Anker's products all of these sales can be found on Amazon.

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Vacuums

Security

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Top Rated Comments

spmute Avatar
20 months ago
Just an FYI, Eufy (sub brand of Anker) have insanely bad security, if you use any of their products with cameras in then pretty much anyone on the internet could get a live feed of your cameras/microphones. Have fun buying them and don't say anything personal in range of them
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
alexandr Avatar
20 months ago

Just an FYI, Eufy (sub brand of Anker) have insanely bad security, if you use any of their products with cameras in then pretty much anyone on the internet could get a live feed of your cameras/microphones. Have fun buying them and don't say anything personal in range of them
That damn vac better not report what kind of crumbs it finds!
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
iZac Avatar
20 months ago

Just an FYI, Eufy (sub brand of Anker) have insanely bad security, if you use any of their products with cameras in then pretty much anyone on the internet could get a live feed of your cameras/microphones. Have fun buying them and don't say anything personal in range of them
Yeah, PSA to anyone listening and Macrumours themselves, never ('https://www.cnet.com/home/security/eufy-cameras-caught-sending-local-only-data-to-cloud-servers/') buy a Eufy camera.

Unfortunately I would guess that perhaps Anker pays for sponsorship from Macrumours, considering the number of times they're mentioned in articles?
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
djc6 Avatar
20 months ago
Thanks! I got two USB-C braided 6ft cables for only $17.09 - not bad! To replace broken charging cables for my kids’ chromebooks.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dominiongamma Avatar
20 months ago
Macrumors needs to stop with Anker, they are shady and deals week after week, just becomes tacky because you are just copying and pasting and ad for them even though some of us paid to have ads removed. I know it’s not an ad but it’s on the boarderline now when I can link macrumors to anker as words.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Jonas Danielsson Avatar
20 months ago
Yes anker is in the black list from NOW . To vad becouse they had some good products
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)