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Today’s best deals are highlighted by Apple’s 2018 MacBook Pro and 10.5-inch iPad Pro, both of which are at best of the year prices. You can also pick up a $5 silicone AirPods case at Amazon at a new all-time low. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

1-day MacBook Pro sale at Woot

Today only, Woot has Apple’s 2018 13-inch MacBook Pro in certified refurbished condition from $1,230. Free shipping is available for Prime members, otherwise a $6 delivery fee will apply. As a comparison, this model sells for closer to $1,599 in new condition and $1,489 as a refurb direct from Apple. Upgrade to the 15-inch model starting at $1,780, which is as much as $620 off the regular going rate. Today’s deals are $100 less than our previous mentions. Check out the entire sale here. Put your savings to work and grab a MacBook Pro sleeve. This option that’s available from Amazon in both sizes includes a secondary pouch for accessories and comes in your choice of two colors.

Take up to $410 off 10.5-inch iPad Pro Cell models

Amazon is offering Apple’s previous-generation iPad Pro 10.5-inch Wi-Fi + Cellular with up to $410 off. Prices start at $579 for the 64GB model and go up to $659 for 256GB and $719 for 512GB. Free shipping is available for all. Normally up to $1,129, this is among the best pricing we’ve tracked for Apple’s previous-generation iPad Pro. Notable features include a 10.5-inch Retina display, A10X Fusion chip, Touch ID, and more. This is a great tablet for on-the-go workflows and it does support iPadOS, which is now available.

Protect your AirPods with this $5 silicone case

Amazon offers a silicone AirPods case for $5 in a variety of colors. It typically goes for $8 with today’s deal being a new Amazon all-time low. This nifty AirPods case will add an extra level of protection in your choice of various colors. Offers a 360-degree design, with the added bonus of keeping your case scratch-free in most instances if you suffer a drop or tumble.

HomeKit control highlights LIFX’s Mini Color Light Bulb

Amazon is currently offering the LIFX Mini HomeKit-enabled Multicolor A19 LED Light Bulb for $35Typically selling for $45 these days, that’s good for a 23% discount, comes within $3 of our previous mention, and is one of the best discounts we’ve seen. This smart LED bulb works without a hub or any additional hardware, and is compatible with your HomeKit, Alexa or Assistant-based smart home. It sports an 800 lumen output, making it a great way to add a pop of color to your office or home theater.

You need these AmazonBasics rechargeable batteries

Amazon offers its AmazonBasics 12-pack AAA Rechargeable Batteries and USB Wall Charger for $23. Regularly up to $30, today’s deal is a new Amazon all-time low. This model ships with 12 AAA rechargeable batteries, and a wall charger. You’ll also get a spare USB port as well for powering up other electronics. Going the rechargeable battery route is a great way to cut down on your own waste while also not having to worry about running out for more periodically. I’ve been using these for years, whether it’s for remotes or gaming controllers, or various other pieces of tech around the house.

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