Geek Daily Deals for July 17, 2017: USB-C Cable Two-pack for $8; USB Wi-fi Adaptor for $32

Here’s your Geek Daily Deals on gadgets, gear, and other useful stuff any geek family needs!

Geek Daily Deals 071717 USB Cables Adaptors


Geek Daily Deals:

Save on rugged USB C Cables:

Big savings on a 2-PACK 6.6FT USB C CABLE. These support super fast charging time, conforming to the USB Type C Specification version 1.1, 56kilohm, which ensures a safe charging at 3.0A. No damage to your legacy USB hub. Use it to charge your new MacBook, ChromeBook Pixel or other USB-C devices via any phone charger, portable charger or multi-port USB charger, no need to change another charger adaptor for your new USB C devices. NYLON BRAIDED, EXTREME DURABILITY: With a tested 5000+ bend lifespan, this cable is far more dependable than others in its price range. Premium nylon braided type c cable adds additional durability and tangle free. This excellent deal is for a two-pack of cables for just $8 today!

Speed up your laptop wi-fi access or stretch its range with this 802.11 AC wi-fi adaptor:

Do you have an older laptop with an earlier wi-fi standard, but want to get access the higher speed of your router? Or are you trying ot use your computer in a corner of the house that’s just a little to far from your router? This USB Wifi adaptor will help in all accounts, up to the limiting speed of USB. This is a slightly older model, so it’s a really good deal – just $32 today!


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Pick-up Tickets to Kiki’s Delivery Service in Theaters!

This Summer, GeekDad has partnered with GKids, the folks who distribute Studio Ghibli movies in the US, to promote the in-theater showings of 6 of our favorite Miyazaki movies. If you go to one of these showings, you’ll even see our logo on a pre-movie slide! So get out, and take your kids to some of the most magical and fun family movies of all time!

Ken is a husband and father from the San Francisco Bay Area, where he works as civil engineer. He became the Publisher of GeekDad in 2007, and the owner in 2010. He also wrote the NYT bestselling GeekDad series of project books for parents and kids to share.