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Nomad Goods makes all kinds of accessories for different phones, computers and smartwatches. Most of the company's gear carries a premium price, but right now, you can save 30% off anything and everything on the site during its Black Friday sale. The sale runs through Nov. 29. Some items are already back-ordered or sold out, so don't wait too much longer to check the sale.
Even though Nomad Goods primarily has accessories for Apple products, the company does have some Pixel phone cases and wireless charging pads. I reviewed the Base Station Pro, a wireless charging pad that can handle three devices at the same time across the full surface of the pad. In other words, it doesn't matter where you place your devices -- the pad identifies your device and starts charging it. It's normally $199, but the 30% off takes it down to $139. Not a bad deal.