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Black Friday: Get up to 50% off iPad stands, Apple Watch bands and more

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The Slope comes in two sizes. The big one is half price.
The Slope comes in two sizes. The big one is half price.
Photo: Wiplabs

“Black Friday” (November 25) and the days before and after it have become one of the best times of the whole year to get great deals on pretty much anything. And true to form, pretty much everything in the Cult of Mac Store is on sale.

Some of the latest deals are 25% off Nyloon Apple Watch bands and an amazing 50% off select Wiplabs accessories, like iPad stands.

The Black Friday sale in the Cult of Mac Store goes through end of the day Monday, November 28. See some highlights below.

Cult of Mac Store Black Friday Deals: Low prices on Wiplabs and Nyloon accessories

Deals on Wiplabs accessories include the Slope iPad stand below at 50% off (large size only). But you can also get the Lift MacBook stand for $19.99 and the Link Apple Watch Bracelet in silver or black for $34.99.

In addition, all Nyloon Apple Watch bands are 25% off, including the colorful one described below. There are about 20 different bands to choose from.

Wiplabs Slope Magical Universal Tablet Stand (pictured above)

You can get 50% off the “large slope” iPad stand, and that’s hard to beat. The sleek tablet stand is perfect for turning your iPad into a mini iMac. Your iPad likely already supports mice and trackpads, so all you need is a bluetooth keyboard and a pointing device

“The Magical Universal Tablet Stand by Slope sports the same brushed and anodized finish as the iMac and blends in perfectly with the Apple ecosystem,” Wiplabs said.

The Slope features a unique Nanofoam suction pad to keep your iPad firmly in place. Thousands of microscopic air pockets across the suction pad’s surface act like tiny octopus suckers.

Pressing your iPad against the Nanofoam forces air out of the pockets creating a vacuum so that your iPad remains firmly in place.

Sizing:

  • Large Slope is for iPads measuring 9.4-inches and up.
  • Slope Mini is for iPads measuring 8-inches or smaller.

Check out Cult of Mac‘s review of the Wiplabs Slope Magical Universal Tablet Stand.

Price: $49.99 $24.99

Where to buy: Cult of Mac Store

Nyloon Moai Nylon Apple Watch Band

That's one colorful band, inspired by Hawaii.
That’s one colorful band, inspired by Hawaii. And it’s tough, too.
Photo: Nyloon

Inspired by a trip to Hawaii, this high-quality nylon band for Apple Watch represents the bright colors of the Hawaiian islands, Nyloon said. And you can get 25% off the band’s normal price through Monday.

It may look bohemian, but the original Nato strap was designed by the British Ministry of Defense in 1973 to be worn over or under clothing, such as a flight or wetsuit, and to keep the buckle away from the underside of the wrist to prevent it catching on clothing or weapons.

Nyloon’s version blends form, function and fashion. It’s made with ballistic-grade nylon that’s thicker and tougher than ordinary polyester bands and can withstand the worst weather.

The band is compatible Apple with Watch Series 1- 6.

Read Cult of Mac’s review here.

Band lengths:

Nyloon recommends you measure your wrist’s circumference in order to assure a good fit.

  • “Regular” band’s length is 235 mm (9.25 inches) with the Apple Watch attached with 10 holes. It fits wrist sizes 5.5 inches to 8.5 inches.
  • “XL” band’s length is 270 mm (10.6 inches) with the Apple Watch attached and 10 holes. It fits wrists sizes 6.5 inches to 9.25 inches.
  • “XXL” band’s length is 295 mm (11.6 inches) with the Apple Watch attached with 10 holes. It fits wrist sizes 9 inches. to 10.5 inches.

Price: $50.00 $37.50

Where to buy: Cult of Mac Store

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