All of today’s best deals are headlined by Woot’s Intel MacBook clearance sale with up to $929 in savings. That’s alongside Anker iPhone essentials starting from $16 and this one-day 6-in-1 charging station discount to $24. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Intel MacBook deals take up to $929 off

Woot is kicking off the week by launching a new sale that’s discounting a selection of MacBooks and Mac minis from $590. Throughout the sale, you’ll find a selection of Intel machines from Apple paired with sizable discounts for anyone who doesn’t need the latest and greatest. You’ll find everything from more entry-level configurations to higher-end and maxed out specs, and with as much as $929 in savings, these are some of the best prices of the year on the previous-generation Mac offerings.

Anker’s latest sale has iPhone essentials from $16

Anker is kicking off yet another week with its latest Amazon sale that’s discounting a selection of iPhone essentials, smart home cameras, earbuds, and more from $16. Shipping is free for Prime members or in orders over $25. Our top pick is the Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro True Wireless Earbuds at $100 in a variety of styles. Normally fetching $130, today’s offer amounts to 23% in savings, marks one of the first notable discounts, and matching the all-time low. Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro arrive with active noise cancellation alongside up to 26-hour battery life thanks to the Qi-enabled charging case. That’s on top of personalized EQ features for getting the perfect sound and six built-in microphones for taking calls. 

This 6-in-1 charging station is down to $24 for today only

If your kitchen counter, desk, or nightstand could use some charging organization, today’s Amazon Gold Box might be a fantastic option. The Hercules Tuff Fast Charging Station for Multiple Devices, with six USB Fast Ports and six Short USB iOS Cables will fast charge six iOS devices out of the box for $24.

If you have microUSB or USB-C devices they will only require a cable (slow charge a M1 MacBook/Air)! This charger has a max charging output of 10A/50W so it will charge all devices up to 2.4A for four devices, 2A for five devices, and 1.66A if all six slots are used.

This highly-rated leather Apple Watch band is just $9

While Apple’s official leather bands might look fantastic to some, others could be in the market for something a bit more traditional looking. That’s where the Marge Plus Leather Apple Watch Band at $9 comes into play.

Available in various styles to fit with every Apple Watch model, this leather band is a great way to class up your look from the silicone style that was likely bundled with your wearable out of the box. It features a genuine leather build alongside stainless steel lugs for a sophisticated look that won’t cost you anywhere close to the official Apple offerings.

Those looking to take a road trip this spring or summer will want to consider picking up iOttie’s Easy One Touch 4 Car Mount that’s currently on sale. Down to $15, iOttie’s car mount keeps your smartphone in reach, making it easy to keep tabs on navigation directions, see what song is playing, and more. This model can easily stick to a window or your dashboard, and has an extendable arm for getting the perfect viewing angle. I’ve been using one of these for over a year, and can highly recommend it.

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!

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