Woot’s 1-day iPhone and Apple Watch sale highlights today’s 9to5Toys Lunch Break, along with the new Satechi back to school promotion, and Apple’s Space Gray Keyboard. Hit the jump for all that and more.

Woot’s 1-day iPhone and Apple Watch sale

Today only, Woot is offering various refurbished iPhone and Apple Watch models from $100. You can pick up the iPhone XS from $460. That’s the best price we’ve tracked and down from the new condition starting price of $999. Each device offers a Super Retina display with OLED HDR panels. Inside, you’ll find Apple’s A12 Bionic chip with support for FaceID. There are 12 and 7MP cameras alongside support for wireless charging on the long list of notable specs. Check out the rest of today’s sale here.

Satechi gets you ready for back to school

Satechi is launching its latest sitewide sale today to prepare for back to school with 20% off orders over $100. Everything else, including the brand’s entire selection of Mac gear, iPhone accessories, and other Apple products, are also 15% off. Free shipping is available on orders over $40. One highlight is on the new USB-C Wireless Charging Dock for AirPods at $25.50. Down from $30, today’s offer is one of the first discounts we’ve seen and matches our previous mention for the all-time low. Having been released earlier in the year, this charging dock provides a more convenient way to refuel your AirPods with a USB-C design. It plugs right into a MacBook, iPad Pro, or compatible charger and has an aluminum build. 

Apple’s Space Gray Magic Keyboard with Numeric Pad

Amazon offers Apple’s Space Gray Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad for $130. Regularly $149, today’s deal drops it down $19 and matches our previous mentions at Amazon. This model offers an upgraded experience with a built-in numeric keypad and the more desirable Space Gray colorway. It’s a great option if you’d like to add some flair to a Mac setup and the added numeric keypad certainly brings another level of functionality to the mix. It’s far rarer to see this model with the integrated numerical pad discounted, so jump in today if you’re at all interested.

Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro Max Cases from $13

Amazon is offering the Apple Silicone Case for iPhone 11 Pro Max in White at $13. If you are not a Prime member, orders that exceed $25 will qualify for free shipping. That’s 65% off the typical rate there and beats the lowest Amazon price we have tracked by $10. Folks looking for an affordable way to score one of Apple’s official iPhone cases would be hard-pressed to find a better value than this one. It features a bright white exterior that’s said to feel silky and soft to the touch. As you would expect, this offering is ready to work with wireless chargers, allowing you to keep it on at all times. 

Twelve South HiRise Pro for $130 ($40 off)

Twelve South via Amazon offers its HiRise Pro iMac Stand for $130. Regularly $170, today’s deal matches our previous mention and is the best we’ve seen in months. The Twelve South HiRise Pro delivers a luxury aluminum stand for your iMac. A reversible front and leather in-lay give this accessory a premium feel, along with its Space Gray paint job. It elevates the iMac to eye-level, making it a perfect companion for secondary displays.

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