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Sunday Amazon Deals – The Ideal Stand for Your Switch, Amazon Device Deals, and More!

Every weekend, we’ll cruise around Amazon to find a few good tech deals! Who knows, from time to time we might even spot some non-tech deals we think you might like! Don’t hold us to it.

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Lamicall Multi-Angle Stand

You have a Switch, and it’s awesome! Just one problem — you can’t use the Switch’s kickstand and charge it at the same time, and while the Switch’s battery life isn’t that bad, it’s not that good, either. This aluminum stand from Lamicall is suited for phones, tablets and the Switch alike, making sure you can keep your stuff charged while you’re watching videos or playing games. It’s also got the bonus of being fully adjustable, something the Switch kickstand is most definitely not. This stand usually hovers around $20, but it’s just $12.63 right now.

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

The cheaper, front-lit version of the Kindle is easy on the eyes and the wallet! It’s also got the benefit of Amazon improving their e-readers’ screen resolution a while back. Amazon’s Kindle Paperwhite is $20 off right now, sitting at $100.

Amazon Echo

Amazon is running some package deals for their signature smart home speaker/Alexa housing unit. Buy two of the second generation Echo speakers to get $30 off, and buy three to get $50 off. They’re $100 each, so that’s $100 for one, $170 for two, and $250 for three.

JBL Pulse 2

It’s not the latest generation of JBL’s party Bluetooth speaker, but for the past few weeks, it’s been a steal. The JBL Pulse 2, a speaker we reviewed and thought pretty highly of, features impressive sound and battery life, plus LEDs that light up along with the music. It used to retail for $200, but with the newer JBL Pulse 3 having been out for about a year now, the older model is all the way down to $90. Considering the JBL Pulse 3 went from a pixelated look to a smooth, more lava lamp-like LED display, you might even end up preferring the older model!