The weekend is coming, and in this special edition of deal alert, we’ll be looking at some of the deals currently being offered on Qoo10. Before we move on, know that there are a couple of cart coupons you should definitely grab to use for the next three days (Feb 9 - 11), namely the S$8 coupons (require minimum purchase of S$40) and the S$50 coupons (minimum purchase of S$300).
With that protip out of the way, let’s go shopping!
The Mavic Air is an ultraportable and foldable drone from DJI. Despite its small size, it houses a 3-axis mechanical gimbal, has enough horsepower to shoot in 4K at 30fps (at 100Mbps rate) as well as 1080p at 120 fps for some impressive slow-motion video, and is able to stitch 25 photos together in just eight seconds to create 32MP sphere panoramas. The Mavic Air also comes with 8GB of internal storage and supports microSD and USB 3.0 (Type-C) connectivity. Maximum flight time is rated at 21 minutes. Typically priced at US$939, you can now pre-order one on Qoo10 at S$1,179. Sadly, the cart coupons can't be used here.
If you’re getting your first drone, consider the popular DJI Spark. Decked with intelligent flight control options, a 2-axis mechanical gimbal, and a camera with a 1/2.3" sensor, the mini drone lets you easily shoot stabilized video at 1080p and stills at 12MP. And thanks to a strong propulsion system, the Spark is able to offer steady flight in strong winds at up to 50kph in Sport mode. Other noteworthy features include 720p real-time video transmission from as far as 2km away, and an upgraded FPV experience if you’ve a pair of DJI Goggles. Originally priced at US$429, you can now pick one up here for S$499. The Flymore combo, which gives you more accessories, including an additional battery and remote controller, is going for S$699.
Based on the popular Play:1 speaker, the new Sonos One uses a pair of Class-D amplifiers and custom-built drivers, and is able to wirelessly connect to other Sonos speakers in the house to do multi-room listening. You can also pair two Sono One units in the same room to create a stereo setup, and add a Sonos Sub for deeper bass. Sonos has also built the One to be future-proof: you can use your voice (via Alexa) and the Sonos app to control and manage all your music in one place. Normally going for S$329, you can now get the smart speaker for S$279 when you use the S$50 cart coupon.
The Sonos Play:1 is a compact speaker designed to fit in any room. It’s wall or stand mountable, and is humidity resistant, which means it’s perfect for the garden or bathroom, too. Capable of music streaming over Wi-Fi, you can also get two Play:1 speakers to act as the rear speakers for your Sonos home theater setup. Normally retailing for S$538 for a pair, they’re currently going for a promo price of S$498 on Qoo10. Better yet, you can use the S$50 cart coupon to knock the price down further to S$448.
A 25-inch, 1080p gaming monitor with slim bezels, this Alienware AW2518H also boasts a native 240Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, and AMD’s FreeSync technology that synchronizes the GPU and monitor for smooth gameplay. Another unique feature is the dynamic on-screen display, which offers an easy-to-use dashboard, plus customizable preset game modes and guiding lines for multi-screen setup. Usually going for S$999, GamePro is now selling it on Qoo10 for S$699. And yes, you can still use the S$50 cart coupon to bring the price down to S$649.
Looking for a big-screen 4K TV that’s affordable? The Philips 50PUT6002/98 is a 50-inch 4K UHD smart LED TV equipped with three HDMI inputs, two USB ports, and wired and wireless connectivity. With support for DVB-T2, this slim 4K TV is also ready for digital TV. Parisilk is now selling this TV on Qoo10 for S$649.
If you’re new into the smart home game, and don’t want to pay too much for smart bulbs, take a look at TP-Link’s series of smart LED bulbs, which offer direct Wi-Fi connectivity so there’s no separate hub to configure. In broad strokes, the LB100 is the most affordable of the bunch, offering dimming capability and up to 600 lumens of brightness. Next level up is the LB110, which offers up to 800 lumens and supports power monitoring. The LB120 also goes up to 800 lumens but additionally supports tunable color temperature. And finally, the LB130 is the one that can do 16 million colors. Normally selling for $55 to $95 depending on the series, the official TP-Link store on Qoo10 is now taking 5% off their sticker price; and you can even use Qoo10’s coupons to save more.