Qoo10 may be known for its many resellers, but it has no shortage of official stores set up by brand owners. A few official stores has just launched on the e-marketplace, so of course, we’ve to find out if there are any deals to be had!
Before we proceed, here's a couple of PSAs:
Vertagear is a company that specializes in making gaming chairs, and its chairs are divided into two series: Racing and Gaming. In broad strokes, the Racing series consists of the S Line and P Line models, and are suitable for most people, whether you’re an eSport gamer or not. On the other end, you’ve the Formula One-inspired Gaming collection, which Triigger-branded models touting unique control triggers (hence the name) connected to a pulling mechanism using high-strength steel cables. According to Vertagear, you can adjust the seat height of these Triigger chairs within 0.32 seconds, way faster than normal chairs.
If you’re looking to buy a gaming chair, Vertagear is now on Qoo10 selling its Racing series chairs. And at the moment, it's offering a 10% storewide discount. There’s also a Facebook contest, in which you can post your gaming rig to stand a chance to win a free Vertagear chair. I’m told that the rig with the most number of likes will win a PL6000 chair (worth S$559), while the second and third-placed winners will each get an SL2000 chair (worth S$419).
With the Zhiyun Smooth 4, it’s now possible to turn your mobile phone into a professional filmmaking camera. To cut down unnecessary fumbling on the phone screen, the gimbal features a large focus/zoom wheel on one side and an integrated control panel with hot-key buttons; and there’s a PhoneGo mode for instant scene transition. The battery runs for 12 hours and you can even use the gimbal to charge the mounted phone over USB-C. Recharging is also via USB-C, and you can use a power bank to top up the the stabilizer’s charge while on the go.
So here’s the deal: The Smooth 4 is now available for order for S$208. However, the shop is also giving a S$20 coupon that requires a S$250 minimum spending. So our recommendation is to add a couple of accessories to hit the S$250 requirement and use the coupon. Better yet, stack it with the 8% Power Thursday coupon (issued every Thursday for electronic items purchases) to bring the final price down even further.
The DJI Tello is a tiny drone that fits nicely into the palm of your hand. Designed for both kids and adults, the Tello can perform cool aerial stunts, transmit 720p video (up to 100m range), and record short videos using EZ Shots. While flight time is rated at 13 minutes, the Tello offers failsafe protection for safe landings, and alerts will go off when the battery gets low. Tello is also programmable with Scratch, so you can learn the basics of programming while having fun or even develop apps for it using the Tello SDK.
On the DJI official store on Qoo10, the Tello is now going for S$149, and comes with a free carry pouch.
ASUS’ first TUF Gaming laptop, this particular ASUS FX504GD-E4335T model is powered by an Intel Core i7–8750H processor and features NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 graphics with 4GB of video RAM. You also get a 15.6-inch full HD IPS display, 8GB of RAM, and 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD storage. Also onboard is ASUS’ HyperCool technology, a combination of a patented anti-dust cooling system and a customizable Fan Overboost function, that helps to keep crucial components cool during intense gaming sessions. You can pre-order this laptop now on the ASUS Online Hub on Qoo10 for S$1,598, and you’ll additionally get S$30 Steam credit for free. To save more, remember to use Qoo10’s 8% off Power Thursday coupon (capped at S$50).
Editor's note and disclaimer: The deals are not an endorsement or recommendation of the product from the editorial team. Instead, the listed items present themselves as a good deal based on the novelty factor and how much of a discount it is being offered from standard retail pricing at the time of publishing. Please note that we are not responsible in any way if you're unable to secure the listed offer due to errors on our part or should the offers expire by the time you've checked them.