All of today’s best deals kick off with an up to $679 off sale on iPad Pro. Not to mention, Beats Solo Pro Headphones at $170 and Nomad’s Lightning Carbon Carabiner to $17. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Save up to $679 on refurb iPad Pros

Today only, Woot is discounting a selection of Apple’s latest and previous-generation iPad Pro models starting at $470. Our top pick is the previous-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro Wi-Fi 256GB at $770 in certified refurbished condition. Down from its original $1,149 price tag, today’s offer amounts to $379 in savings and marks one of the best discounts to date. 

Apple’s 2018 iPad Pros all sport Liquid Retina edge-to-edge displays with Promotion, True Tone, and wide color. That’s alongside Apple’s A12X Bionic chip to power the experience, as well as Face ID, 12MP camera, up to 10-hours of battery life, and four speakers.

Beats Solo Pro Headphones on sale for $170

Best Buy’s official eBay storefront currently offers the Beats Solo Pro Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones for $170. Normally fetching $300 like you’ll pay at Amazon right now, today’s offer saves you $130, marks the second-best price we’ve seen in several months, and is one of the lowest we’ve seen to date overall.

Delivering active noise cancelation and up to 22 hours of playback per charge in the usual Beats design, Solo Pro also comes equipped with Apple’s H1 chip for fast pairing and more. Another notable perk is that just 10 minutes on a charger will refuel these cans with three hours of listening time. 

Nomad’s Lightning Carbon Carabiner to $17

Nomad offers its Lightning Carbon Carabiner for $17. Down from its $35 going rate, you’re saving 50%, with today’s offer marking one of the lowest we’ve seen to date and the best in over a year. Nomad’s Carbon Carabiner is an essential everyday carry upgrade thanks to ensuring you’ll always have a way to refuel iPhones or AirPods on hand. On top of being a cable to clip onto your bag, it packs a Lightning connector on one side and a USB-A port on the other for plugging into wall adapters, power banks, and more.

Outfit your iPhone 12/Pro/Max/mini with a case for $4

ESR’s official Amazon storefront currently offers its Air Armor iPhone 12/Pro/Max/mini Clear Case for $4. Down from its $12 going rate, this case just recently dropped to $8.50 with today’s offer taking off an extra 50% and marking a new all-time low. If you still haven’t found the perfect case for your new iPhone 12 or 12 Pro, or you’re just waiting on a price cut on some official Apple covers, this is a notable holdout. It’ll keep your device safe from scratches and other potential damage, while still showing off its design.

Anker ends the week with deals more from $15

Anker is ending the week with a new sale via its Amazon storefront that’s discounting a collection of iPhone and Android essentials, USB-C hubs, and more from $15. Headlining is the Anker Soundcore Life Q30 ANC headphones for $68. Having dropped from $80, other styles go for $90 right now with today’s offer saving you as much as 25% and marking the second-best we’ve seen to date. 

Soundcore Life Q30 deliver active noise cancelling alongside an over-ear design that’s backed by up to 40-hour battery life. You can also count on a lightweight build alongside 40mm drivers.

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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