Today’s best deals include Apple’s official iPhone 11/Pro/Max cases on sale from $24, plus up to $70 off Apple Watch Series 5, and $20 off Milanese Loop bands. Head below for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Apple’s official iPhone 11/Pro/Max and XS cases are on sale

Amazon is bringing back one of this fall’s most popular sales, discounting nearly every official Apple iPhone 11 and XS/Max case from $24. Nearly every listing is marked down with fresh drops on various colors, so be sure to look through to find your desired color.

Apple Watch Series 5 up to $70 off across various styles

Amazon offers Apple Watch Series 5 for up to $70 off high-end GPS + Cellular models. Entry-level GPS configurations are up to $30 off. Browse through the entire selection to see everything on sale. Today’s deal matches our post-holiday mention and retailers like Best Buy are charging full price on most models, with a select few discounted by $15. The latest from Apple delivers a new always-on Retina display, 30% larger screen than Series 3, and a swimproof design. Improved features like heart rate tracking, ECG, and a new compass are a few of the other notable upgrades here. Of course, you’ll still get fitness tracking and the usual suite of notifications.

Make sure to put your savings toward good use and pick up an extra Apple Watch band. There are plenty of options out there, which you can find in our roundup starting at $5. Check out all of our top picks right here.

Save nearly $20 on Apple’s Milanese Loop Band

Amazon is offering the Apple Watch Milanese Loop Band in select sizes and colors for $80. This is down 20% from its new lower price and is the best that we’ve tracked. For comparison, our last mention was $85. The Milanese Loop band is my daily wear with my Apple Watch Series 4. It looks elegant, functions great, and always offers a tight fit. I get compliments on it everywhere I go. Plus, if you have a Stainless Steel Apple Watch, the gold (or other colors) match it perfectly.

Charge your iPhone, Apple Watch, or AirPods on this $15 Qi pad

Amazon offers the Seneo 2-in-1 Dual Apple Watch and iPhone Wireless Charger for $15. That’s a $10 savings off the regular going rate and a return to our previous mention. Seneo delivers a 7.5W Qi charging pad to power up your iPhone wirelessly. A dedicated Apple Watch charger is perfect for simplifying your nightstand. You can also use the pad to power AirPods as well.

G-Technology’s 5TB ArmorATD Drive is MacBook-ready

Amazon offers the G-Technology 5TB ArmorATD External USB-C Rugged Hard Drive for $130. Typically selling for $180, today’s price cut is good for a $50 discount, is $20 under the lowest we’ve seen prior, and a new Amazon low. Protected by a rugged, all-terrain enclosure, G-Technology’s AmorATD drive can withstand up to 1,000-pounds of pressure and drops of up to 3.3-feet. So whether you’re just looking for added peace of mind for one’s everyday carry, or you hope to bring it on remote photography expeditions, G-Technology’s drive is a well-suited option. There’s also notably USB-C connectivity, which allows for up to 140 MB/s transfer speeds. Check out our hands-on review for more.

Best trade-in deals

9to5Mac also keeps tabs on all the best trade-in deals on iPhone, iPad, MacBook, Apple Watch, and more every month. Be sure to check out this month’s best trade-in deals when you decide it’s time to upgrade your device. Or simply head over to our trade-in partner directly if you want to recycle, trade, or sell your used devices for cash and support 9to5Mac along the way! Use code 9to5mac for an extra $15 on all trades.

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