If you’ve hunted for mobile accessories on Amazon, chances are that you’ve come across and/or used an offering from Aukey. Their sizable store is a result of devices with good value and that garner great reviews. So it makes sense that Aukey would want to go big for Amazon’s annual Prime Day event. So much so that we’re rounding up some of the best deals, with some help via promo codes through our collaboration with the manufacturer.
Aukey’s inventory covers a bunch of different electronic accessories, from chargers to headphones. We’ve reviewed a couple of these on The Synops, and will be for some others in the future, so stay tuned! Without further ado, here’s some particularly notable deals you’ll want to consider for Prime Day.
Our synopsis of Aukey’s inexpensive Latitude earbuds was a mostly positive assessment. At about $25 retail, it’s apparent that you’re getting an essentially built Bluetooth earbud, but it’s a solid one at that. On the outside, everything is sturdy and the matte black, stealthy finish provides a non-cheap feel despite being plastic.
Its execution also punches above the price, namely the thorough water resistance (IPX4, as well as internal protection via nano-coating), healthy battery life, and aptX wireless audio support. The Latitude earbuds will drop to $19 ($6 off) only on Prime Day (July 16th), from 13:05-19:05 PDT.
- Lightweight and small footprint
- Attractive finish
- Reliable wireless connection
- Decent battery life
- Notable sound quality for price
- Entirely plastic construction
- Fit could be better
- Basic ear tip selection (and no foam tips)
- No vocal feedback for functions
- Laid-back sound characteristic
The SK-S1 is another Aukey device we looked at recently. Despite being a tad more expensive than a budget Bluetooth speaker, we felt it was still a notable value. What more you get for your money is a premium build and stronger sound, from a dual driver system that outputs 16W of power. We found the audio of this small guy to punch well above its weight.
Otherwise, the SK-S1 functions like a typical Bluetooth speaker. Its 8-hour battery life and 33ft Bluetooth range are decent, and functionality was solid in our testing. The only noteworthy con is the lack of water resistance, which many of the competition have. For the event, the SK-S1 speaker drops to $44 ($16 off). See our synopsis for more details.
- Premium materials and quality build
- Compact size
- Easy to use
- Strong dual 8W drivers and dual passive radiators
- Great sound quality
- Battery life is average
- Bluetooth range is average
- Not water resistant
- Not as full sounding as a 360-degree speaker
Aukey attempted to make more out of a Qi wireless charger with the LC-C5. So much so that its design received iF Design and Red Dot Design awards. So what’s so special about it? It’s much slimmer than the competition and built with more premium materials. Specifically, we’re looking at a nice-feeling, soft, matte pad and silver metal surround.
We additionally have current tech, like a USB-C power port, temperature and overcharging safeguards, and wide smartphone compatibility. Aukey’s sale for the LC-C5 goes live on July 19th, from 7:30-13:30 PDT, where we’ll see a $10 drop from the normal $29 to $19.
- Premium construction and materials
- Thin profile
- Current USB-C port
- Overheating/Overcharging protection
- Pricey for a wireless charger
- No fast (10W) wireless charging
Portable power banks are a dime a dozen, but there’s not many that have as much capacity as Aukey’s PB-N36. This is a beastly pack that holds a whopping 20,000mAh battery and can handle various devices with a layout of dual-USB, Lightning, and microUSB ports. It also sports Aukey’s careful safeguards for over-current/heating/charging protection.
It’s important to note that there’s two variants of this charger, one with standard charging rates and the other with quick charging (QC 3.0) support. The latter will be on sale on July 19th, from 6:30-12:30 PDT, where we’ll see a $12 drop from its retail $42 to $30.
- Huge battery that lasts
- Variety of outputs
- Overheating/Overcharging protection
- Relatively affordable
- Need to spend a little more for Quick Charge model
- Sizable footprint for a portable charger
- Older MicroUSB instead of USB-C
- Aukey Rechargeable RGB Table Lamp with Dimmable Warm White Light, $22 ($5 off) from July 17th.
- Aukey Power Strip Surge Protector with USB Charging Station, $24 ($6 off) with promo code “PRIMEAUK” from July 16-19th.
- Aukey 2.5″ Hard Drive Enclosure with USB 3.0 support, $10 ($2 off) with promo code “MNCVTS4W” from July 17-31st.
- Aukey RBG LED Backlit Mechanical Keyboard, Blue Switches and 104 Keys, $42 ($11 off) with promo code “PRIMEAUK” from July 16-19th.
- Aukey Car Charger with Quick Charge 3.0 and 39W Dual Ports, $11 ($5 off) from July 16-18th.
- Aukey USB-C to USB Braided Cables (3-pack: 6ft, 3ft, 1ft), $11 ($5 off) with promo code “76AGG3QS” until July 22nd.
- Aukey 10-Port USB Hub with 3 Charging and 7 USB 3.0 Data Ports, $30 ($10 off) with promo code “PRIME018” until July 22nd.
- Aukey USB-C to USB 3.0 OTG Cables (2-pack), $7 ($2 off) with promo code “PRIME026” until July 22nd.
Bear in mind that discounts for these devices go live at different times, not just on Prime Day but throughout the week. So take note of the accessory you have your eye on and make sure to catch it on its sale window on Amazon. Happy Prime Day shopping!