The Apple Watch has many strong points, but battery life is not one of them. If you forget to charge your digital timepiece overnight, it won’t last long.
For such occasions, the Apple Watch Wireless Charger Keychain is a lifesaver. This pocket-sized accessory will keep your device running until you get home. In a special deal for Hannity viewers, the charger is now down from $49 to just $19.99 — that is 59% off MSRP.
While phones and other devices can be charged with a cable, the Apple Watch requires a special wireless connector and sometimes an adapter. If you find your battery running low at the office, you probably won’t have the essential equipment at hand.
That is where this portable charger comes in useful. Measuring just 2.5 inches long and half an inch thick, it’s no larger than your car fob. Thanks to the built-in clip, you can easily attach it to your keychain or your bag.
When your Apple Watch needs juice, you simply switch on the charger and place your device on the magnetic charging plate. This holds the Apple Watch in place while it’s soaking up the electricity.
Power comes from a 950mAh rechargeable battery inside the charger, which holds enough electrons to charge your Apple Watch three times over. Four LEDs show you exactly how much power you have left to play with, so you’ll also know when to charge your charger.
Order today for $19.99 to get this useful accessory and save 59% on the usual retail price.
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WHICH IS IT? Biden Claims He’s ‘Not Going to Shut Down the Country,’ Said the Opposite in August
Former Vice President Joe Biden confused millions of voters Thursday following a speech in Florida; telling supporters he won’t “shut down the country” after vowing to “shut down the country” if recommended by scientists just months ago.
“I’m not going to shut down the economy. I’m not going to shut down the country!” said Biden on the campaign trail.
“Would you be prepared to shut this country down again?” asked David Muir earlier this year.
“I would be prepared to whatever is necessary to save people’s lives… In order to keep the country running… you have to fix the virus,” said the Vice President. “I would shut it down, I would listen to the scientists.”
Joe Biden: "I'm not going to shut down the economy. I'm not going to shut down the country." pic.twitter.com/G0Z3VFQ5PN
— The Hill (@thehill) October 29, 2020
“I would shut it down. I would listen to the scientists.”
Joe Biden tells @DavidMuir in an exclusive interview that as president, he would shut the country down to stop the spread of COVID-19 if the move was recommended by scientists. https://t.co/2A9r07d7EC pic.twitter.com/e8yTrT9G56
— ABC News (@ABC) August 22, 2020
Watch Biden’s mixed messages above.
Play Some of the Great Golf Courses at Home With $59 Off This Advanced Simulator
Whether it’s coronavirus, wildfires, or way too much work, there are many reasons you might not get to your favorite golf course. Thankfully, there is a way to practice your swing virtually anywhere.
PhiGolf is a smart golf simulator that allows you to play virtual replicas of the world’s greatest courses. The package is usually priced at $249, but Hannity viewers can get it today for $190 with promo code GOLF10.
The key to becoming a great golfer is practice, practice, and more practice. When you can’t be at the range, PhiGolf helps you play. This simulator is based around the Swing Stick, a device that is designed to feel like a club in your hands.
When you complete your swing, sensors analyze the exact movements you make. This information is relayed to the companion app on your phone, where you can get tips on how to improve.
You can also use PhiGolf to play the popular WGT Golf mobile game. This allows you to take on thousands of other golfers around the world on courses like St. Andrews and Pebble Beach. You can see every shot on your phone or you can hook up the game to any display.
PhiGolf raised over $200,000 on Indiegogo, and it has picked up some great reviews. You can get it today for just $190 when you use code GOLF10 to take $59 off the MSRP.
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