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11.27.15
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Black Friday is here, but that doesn't mean you need to bear the hordes of shoppers taking over stores. Instead, skip the lines and check out some of these top tech gifts from StackSocial, available for up to 70 percent off. Use code BLACKFRIDAY at checkout for an additional 15 percent off any item in their store, like the First Generation Lytro 3D Camera for just $59.49 (70 percent off) or the KeySmart 2.0 for $14 (40 percent off). To make things sweeter, these all come with free shipping. Make someone's holiday season special with these unique and memorable gifts for a fraction of their retail price.

First Generation Lytro 16GB Camera

MSRP: $199
Normally: $69.99 (64 percent off)
Today: $59.49 (70 percent off)

The incredible First Generation Lytro 3D Camera made waves with its patented Light Field technology, which allows you to re-focus pictures after you take the shot. Their First Generation model is designed for everyday use, and makes for an unforgettable gift. Today only, it's available for $59.49 - -a full 70 percent off retail price. Get yours now.



KeySmart 2.0 Extended Version

MSRP: $23
Normally: $15.99 (30 percent off)
Today: $14 (40 percent off)

The KeySmart 2.0 is the answer to your bulky, cluttered keyring. Described by creator Michael Patrick as "the minimalist key ring with maximum strength," KeySmart's claim to fame lies in its small form, which enables the device to fit up to 10 keys in a Swiss army knife fashion. It also includes a built in loop to attach your key fob, so you can truly replace your keyring. It makes for a practical and affordable gift. Grab yours today for just $14.

SNES30 Bluetooth Game Controller

MSRP: $30
Normally: $29.95 (14 percent off)
Today: $25.46 (27 percent off)

8Bitdo is bringing back the legendary controller with the SNES30 Bluetooth Game Controller, a 1:1 original design that supports both Bluetooth and USB connections on your PC, Mac, consoles and more. Every single detail about the controller -- from the build and feel of the plastic to the responsive D-pad and buttons -- resembles that classic SNES controller from back in the day. Get this throwback controller for your favorite old school gamer at a full 27 percent off today.



Homido Virtual Reality Headset

MSRP: $100
Normally: $69.95 (30 percent off)
Today: $59.46 (40 percent off)

Virtual reality is no longer a distant futuristic fantasy. The Homido Virtual Reality Headset transports you to a whole new world, right through your smartphone. Watch 360-degree spherical videos to see in any direction, watch 3D movies and enjoy full freedom of movement thanks to the wireless connectivity. Homido already has a library of over 300 compatible apps including games, videos and explorable environments. Give the gift of virtual reality, now priced at under $60.



Jamstik Wireless Smart Guitar

MSRP: $250
Normally: $149.99 (40 percent off)
Today: $127.49 (49 percent off)

The Jamstik Wireless Smart Guitar is a portable MIDI guitar -- an electronic music instrument that sports real strings and frets that you can play like an actual guitar. Bend strings, apply vibrato, fingerpick and more to create truly authentic-sounding guitar music in a MIDI setting. Portability is key, and Jamstik gives you the ability to rock wherever you can establish a connection to your iPhone or iPad. Get it for your musically inclined loved one at nearly 50 percent off.

Remember to use code BLACKFRIDAY at checkout to apply the additional 15 percent discount. These all come with free US shipping and are guaranteed in time for the holidays.





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