This piece was written by the Cracked Store to tell you about products that are being sold there.
The world is constantly pumping out new gadgets, but most of them are way too expensive for schmoes like us to afford without selling our kidneys to Russian mobsters. That's why the Cracked Shop has put together some great deals on high-tech gizmos that can make your life just a little bit more convenient.
This TV not only pumps out the brightest and crispest colors that you can imagine, but it also packs an a7 intelligent process and ThinQ AI with Google Assistant built in. It's the one TV that, when you yell at it, might actually yell back, and with incredibly detailed Dolby Atmos sound.
Normally $2,299.99, you can pick yours up in the Cracked Shop today for just $1,249.99 -- 45% off.
This watch honors the final level of the classic arcade game Pac-Man, which features a secret 256th level that's an unbeatable glitch maze. It also comes with a high-grade sweat-resistant silicone band and a special code to unlock a collection of dynamic and static watch faces.
If you're still charging your iPhone with the proprietary charger it came with, then we're sorry, but you're just not living your best life. These iPhone accessories will provide you with plenty of alternative modes of charging like a charging mat, an MFi-Certified Lightning cable, and even a pair of sweet AirPod-style earbuds.
Normally $199.99, you can get yours in the Cracked Shop for just $49.99.
This elegant gimbal helps you seamlessly switch between landscape and portrait modes, and adjust your shot's focus manually. Plus it fits easily in your pocket, allowing you to film steady footage whenever the feeling strikes you.
While most dashboard cams give you grainy video of the area directly in front of your car, the OwlScout records full 1080p HD and night vision, all while monitoring your location with a GPS providing WiFi connectivity. It's what Batman probably has in the Batmobile.
Normally $199, right now it's just $169 in the Cracked Shop.
This is a multi-tool that you'll actually use (instead of just letting it sit in your closet buried underneath old shopping bags.) Not only does it feature a wrench, a serrated edge, a bike spoke wrench, a wire bender, and a can opener, but it also features a bowl. Yup, smoking is "geeky" now (we're as shocked as you).
Normally $55.95, you can pick up your Geekey Multi-Tool in the Cracked Shop for just $22.99.
It can be tough to decide whether you want to bring a flashlight or lantern. If you bring a lantern, you're awkwardly making your way through the dark like a 19th-century mad scientist. But if you bring a flashlight and end up chilling in one spot, then you're stuck with one narrow beam of light instead of a healthy glow. That's why the Slide-N-Glow has three functions: LED flashlight, SMD-LED area light lantern, and SMD-LED flame effect (for that natural warmth). Normally $24.95, you can grab yours in the Cracked Shop for just $17.95.
Sous Vide is the cutting-edge cooking technique that uses precisely controlled water temperature to achieve ideal results. Want a steak that's halfway between medium-medium-rare and medium-rare-rare? You can get that within a fraction of a degree with this cooker.
Normally $199.99, grab yours in the Cracked Shop today for just $39.99.
The AirDock can charge your iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods all at once, and is compatible with 6.5w and 10w fast charging. Imagine how clean your desk will look without all of your devices scattered about next to your old takeout bins. Also, you might want to throw those out.
Normally $99.99, grab yours in the Cracked Shop for just $34.99.
Ever have trouble deciding if you want to listen to music, charge your phone, or just sit and marvel at your phone's beauty? Now you can do all three with the MusiQi Wireless Charger and Speaker. Thanks to 5W speakers, four hours of playtime, and a Qi-compatible wireless charger, you can multi-task in the best way possible.
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