We have some really interesting and highly affordable products for you to get your hands on today. From an accessory perspective, there’s a stunning slimline battery case designed for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s. Not the one to add even the slightest bulk to your phone, even for a power reserve? Then how about a 20,100mAh portable battery charger which supports Quick Charge 2.0 and a USB-C port?

There’s also a very unique and beautiful set of in-ear headphones with mic crafted out of real wood for a high fidelity audio experience on your iPhone, Android and other computing devices. If accessories aren’t your thing, then the reduced-priced Quantum Break game for Xbox One is sure to blow your mind.

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Our pick of the day? It’s a pretty easy one: the RAVPower portable battery charger/power bank with its mammoth 20,100mAh battery, support for Quick Charge 2.0 and USB-C – meaning you can even charge your USB-C equipped notebooks, like the MacBook – and the fact that it comes in at half of its regular price, is a steal!

As always, the deals listed here are available for a limited period of time only, or till stock lasts, whichever happens first, so better act quickly if you have your eyes set on a gadget in here. Enjoy the savings!

3,000mAh Ultra Slim Battery Case for iPhone 6/6s ($25.99, usually $70.00)

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Most heavy usage iPhone owners could do with a case or external battery pack for those times when the internal iPhone battery simply isn’t going to make it through the day. Cases are easy to come by, but not many offer additional charge and keep the iPhone with its slimline look and feel. The RAVPower is Apple MFi certified, and introduces a 3,000mAh battery but into a slimline case designed to add as minimal bulk to the iPhone as possible.

Buy: RAVPower Ultra Slim Battery Case for iPhone 6/6s from Amazon: $25.99 | Original price: $70

Quantum Break for Xbox One ($33.74, usually $59.99)

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Sometimes you just need to power up the Xbox One and immerse yourself in a cinematic gaming experience that really changes your mind about what is and isn’t possible in the world of video gaming. Quantum Break is an action-packed, fast-paced game that requires the user to bend and shape time to survive. The real power and beauty of this game comes from the fact that the experience is continuously evolving depending on how the user plays the game to deliver a holistic entertainment experience that really hasn’t ever been offered before.

Buy: Quantum Break for Xbox One from Amazon: $33.74 | Original price: $60

20,100mAh Portable Battery with Quick Charge 2.0 and USB-C ($41.99, usually $79.99)

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As we mentioned earlier, if you have an iPhone and are a medium to heavy daily user, then you’re really going to need to either carry a charger around with you, or have a backup plan in place for when the battery is about to die. In addition to the aforementioned slimline RAVPower case, the company also offers an external battery pack that comes equipped with Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 2.0 technology for faster power transfer, and even sports a USB-C port to charge your 12-inch MacBook or latest Android devices on the go.

Buy: RAVPower 20,100mAh Portable Battery/Power Bank from Amazon: $41.99 | Original price: $80

Premium Wood Corded In-Ear Headphones with Mic ($19.99, usually $24.99)

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These really are a very unique piece of creation. The APIE in-ear noise cancelling headphones are crafted from real wood and have a crisp and powerful strong deep bass for an exceptional musical experience. The natural wood housing has been created to give a better bass response, along with what the manufacturers are calling an “unparalleled audio fidelity”. Grab them now before they are gone.

Buy: APIE Premium Wood Corded In-Ear Headphones with Mic from Amazon: $19.99 | Original price: $25

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