Deals: Anker Closing Out January With Big Deals on Charging Accessories While Satechi Discounts New USB-C Hub

Anker is still providing solid deals across a variety of charging accessories on Amazon this week, with discounts we first started tracking earlier in January. You'll find markdowns on USB-C wall chargers, portable batteries, hubs, and cables. Additionally, we're tracking discounts on the new Siri Remote and a USB-C hub from Satechi.


Starting with Anker, the bulk of the savings can be found on wall chargers. 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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Satechi today has its new Pro Hub Slim at 20 percent off with the code SLIM20, which you'll need to enter at the checkout screen to see this discount. The Pro Hub Slim is priced at $64.00 with this sale, down from $79.99.

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This accessory is designed for the M2 MacBook Air, but is compatible with all USB-C based MacBook Pro and MacBook Air notebooks. It features a USB4 pass-through port, 4K HDMI port, 2x USB-A ports, USB-C port, and SD/MicroSD card readers.

Siri Remote

Over at Woot, the second-generation Siri Remote (with Lightning) is on sale for $49.99, down from $59.00. We typically track prices on this accessory down to around $55, so Woot's sale today is one of the lowest we've ever seen for the Siri Remote.

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The Siri Remote is in new condition and does not come in bulk packaging. Woot estimates an early February delivery if you place your order soon.

Keep up with all of this week's best discounts on Apple products and related accessories in our dedicated Apple Deals roundup.

Related Roundup: Apple Deals

Top Rated Comments

Thisismattwade Avatar
16 months ago
Anker is having a 30% off sale on their website, and they have free shipping also. The 735 charger is $42 on their website with coupon code applied. If one is inclined to steer away from Amazon...
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frankenhooker Avatar
16 months ago
I've never had a problem with Anker products and I've lost count of how many items I've bought, everything from cables to hubs, chargers to earphones.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
thornguy Avatar
16 months ago
No thanks Anker
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1BadManVan Avatar
16 months ago

no thank you, Anker! no more buying from over priced crap!
I’ve owned several anker products from chargers, hubs and cables and haven’t had a single failure in years I’ve owned them.

Sorry you’ve had some bad luck but they definitely one of my preferred brands and most agree to that. You’re definitely a minority here, most likely because you read an article about the security camera fiasco. Doesn’t ring true to the rest of their product line.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
TVreporter Avatar
16 months ago
I get the resentment with Anker over the Eufy camera security. But their products are always solid.
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1BadManVan Avatar
16 months ago

I get the resentment with Anker over the Eufy camera security. But their products are always solid.
My thoughts exactly. They messed up in the security cameras, doesn’t change the quality of the rest of their products though
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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