Amazon is currently in the process of exposing impressive discounts on a slew of wonderfully designed products and accessories from leading manufacturer Twelve South. These deals are applicable to a lot of Twelve South’s most sought-after and respected products.

Twelve South has managed to earn itself a reputation over the years as a company committed to ideating, designing, and ultimately engineering cutting-edge and extremely impressive accessories for some of Apple’s most popular products. This includes iPhone, iPad, iMac, and of course, Apple’s stunning range of MacBooks. Consumers looking for a quality accessory which matches the fundamental engineering concepts of the Apple products that they are designed for generally turn to Twelve South at one time or another. This set of deals simply means that you bring that quality into your life without having to pay full price.

The deal is kicked off and led from the front by the gorgeous Twelve South SurfacePad slimline luxury leather folio case for Apple’s iPhone X. This product comes with a stunning leather exterior with two internal pockets perfect for storage of ID and bank cards. Amazon is currently offering this extremely popular SurfacePad product with a 29% discount, meaning that you can pick it up for just $24.35. Anyone who owns iPhone XS/XS Max, or XR, can pick up the secondary version of the SurfacePad for $48.

Alternatively, if SurfacePad isn’t to your tastes, then Amazon is also offering the Twelve South Journal for iPhone X/S for $41, the stunning ActionSleeve for Apple Watch from just $20, or even the extremely aromatizing Inspire Mac Candle No. 2 – yes, it’s a real candle – for just $15. Make your office smell like Apple Inc. for just $15 – that’s a bargain for any hardcore Apple fan.

Check out all of the deals below on the Twelve South products to see if there is anything that tickles your fancy:

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