Today's top deals: $35 mechanical gaming keyboard, $30 massage gun and more

Happy Thursday everyone! There is little bargain news to put on your radar:

  • T-Mobile Home Internet is now officially official, And after six weeks of using the service, I have a very Have to say about it. stay tuned!
  • Shopping for an inexpensive office chair? I put my butt on half a dozen of them, all priced under $ 100. Any winners in the group? Find out this Saturday.

Today I bring you significant savings on a mechanical keyboard (they now have a thing, who knew?), Massage guns and 3D printers. Want more deals? Sign up for a cheapskate text alert!

As always, everything is available here for a limited time and while making the final supply. At the time of this writing every coupon and code was tested and worked.


In the old days I used a mechanical keyboard. Then I switched to the low-profile keyboards, which we all use now. Then I learned (more recently) that mechanical keyboards have made a huge comeback, and they were, like, A. thing. Different switches, custom keys, LED lighting … A CNET writer compared modern mechanical keyboards to custom light bassers.

Anyway, the Rantopad MXX was originally sold for $ 100 (and it’s currently $ 90 on Amazon), but Tillgon’s exclusive deal gets you out the door for $ 35 with a promo code. CNETMXX. It has blue switches (this means, apparently) and various LED lighting patterns.

Me, I don’t remember the loud clacking of this kind of board anymore. But, wow, some people are definitely drinking Kool-Aid.


Amazon seller: FUTIN

Price: $ 30 with promo code PJ4BENIE

Another day, another impossibly good deal on a massage gun. The Erlang’s full-size model features a brushless motor, six heads, and a carrying case.

According to Aerlang, the battery is good for up to six hours, though obviously it depends on which gun’s 20 (!) Massage speed you’re using.

The model also sets a 16mm stroke length, which is longer than all else and promises a deeper massage. Just note that at 2.2 pounds, it is also the heaviest.


I recently tested an entry-level Creality 3D printer, one that I found challenging for three reasons: difficult to assemble, difficult to level, and unilateral to operate. Kinda I wish I’d waited for this deal to come along (though at the time I didn’t know this model existed).

The CR-6 SE is mostly assembled. It does not require any leveling (or, rather, it handles it on its own) and employs a much smoother touchscreen interface. While it clearly garnered some Kickstarter notoriety (and not in a good way), the finished product is, I can tell, from a winner.

It typically sells for $ 400, and is actually the price I’m seeing pretty much everywhere, but on the tomtop promo code CNETSE It drops to $ 265 – and it comes from a warehouse in the US, not China.

One thing to note: Once you checkout, you have to actually select the items in your car before you see the total price. This is a bit weird. But then you can add promo code and you should be good to go.

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