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Deals: Motorola One Action $180, Lenovo Smart Clocks $24, more

Today’s best deals include the Motorola One Action for $180, Lenovo Smart Clocks at $24, and Samsung Galaxy Watches. Head below for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Score a new all-time low on Motorola’s One Action

B&H offers the unlocked Motorola One Action 128GB Android Smartphone for $180. Normally selling for $350, it just dropped to $203 at Amazon, with today’s offer the all-time low there by $20 and marking the best we’ve seen to date overall. Motorola One Action delivers a 6.3-inch CinemaVision display alongside 16MP triple sensor camera array, 128GB of storage, and built-in fingerprint reader. This is a great handset to hold you over until the new Samsung handsets debut next year or to finally get a family member onboard the smartphone train.

Lenovo Smart Clocks and Assistant displays from $24

Lenovo currently offers its Smart Clock Essential for $24. Usually selling for $49, you’re saving 52% with today’s offer beating our previous mention by $2 and matching the all-time low. Bringing Google Assistant to your nightstand, Lenovo’s new Smart Clock Essential packs an LED display for showcasing the time alongside doubling as an alarm clock. You’ll be able to summon Google’s voice assistant for commanding smart home gear and much more, and a 2.4A USB charging port rounds out the notable features. Shop more options right here.

Samsung’s Galaxy Watch Active lineup from $139

Amazon is currently discounting a selection of Samsung smartwatches headlined by the Galaxy Watch Active 2 LTE 44mm style at $329. Usually selling for $399, today’s offer is good for a $70 discount, comes within $10 of the all-time low, and matches the second-best price to date. Samsung’s Galaxy Watch Active2 delivers a wealth of fitness tracking features ranging from exercise tracking to heart rate monitoring and more with a circular touchscreen display backed by an aluminum casing. There’s also cellular connectivity onboard alongside 5-day battery life. Find more Samsung wearables here from $139.

Google Home Max drops to $149

BuyDig’s official eBay storefront offers the Google Home Max Speaker for $149. Typically fetching $299, here you’re saving nearly 50% with today’s offer returning to the Black Friday price for the all-time low. Delivering a hi-fi experience with the usual Assistant offerings, the Google Home Max will upgrade your setup with access to various streaming services and more. Alongside Google’s Smart Sound feature that automatically adjusts equalizer settings based on a room’s acoustics, there’s also the ability to command smart home gear and more with Assistant.

Official Samsung wireless chargers from $36

Amazon is currently offering Samsung’s new Wireless Charger Trio for $53. Down from the usual $90 price tag, here you’re saving over 40% with today’s offer beating our previous mention by $17 and marking a new all-time low. As one of Samsung’s latest additions to its Galaxy accessory lineup, the new Wireless Charger Trio lives up to its name with the ability to refuel three devices at a time. On top of a dual Qi charging pad with six coils and the ability to dish out up to 9W of power each to two devices, there’s also a designated spot to power up a Galaxy Watch or other wearable. An included 25W USB-C wall charger rounds out the package.

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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