Fitness trackers

Fun school stationery, homemade beers and fitness trackers for less

If there’s one phrase you’d rather not hear a minute, it’s probably “back to school,” but the reality is that September is approaching, signaling a fresh start for kids, parents, and students. Whether it’s unicorn erasers, four-in-one pens, or cute journals, your kids will likely be on the hunt for new stationery for school. Dealz is the affordable one-stop-shop for school supplies, with most items priced at just €1.50. A pack of ten durable pencils, a pack of 2 notebooks, a stationery tube and a set of sticky notes cost just €4 each.

Dealz stationery is available from €1.50 and appeals to a wide audience.

Paperchase is also running several concurrent offers, some exclusive to the website, with up to 50% off planners, 30% off select freebies, 30% off Babylon Bundles, and 15% off students and teachers. Smuggling has stores on Winthrop Street and Mahon Point and is currently offering 20% ​​off if you sign up for the newsletter, and an additional 20% off your next purchase if you sign up for the Smiggle VIP program.

But first coffee

Apple recently announced that it will require its employees to return to the office three days a week, and many workplaces are following suit. Although you no longer have the privilege of working from home, a good cup of coffee in the morning can fuel your day. The Vertuo Next Premium coffee machine in black is on special offer from €199 to €149 plus a free barista package of 30 coffees to choose from, worth around €75 when you subscribe. This includes the Limina Refresher, a mint and lime cold brew that normally sells for €6.50 a box of 10.

The Nespresso Vertuo Next coffee machine (€169) comes with over €75 worth of coffee when you subscribe and the black version gets €50 off the RRP.
The Nespresso Vertuo Next coffee machine (€169) comes with over €75 worth of coffee when you subscribe and the black version gets €50 off the RRP.

10,000 steps and counting

If you’ve found summer to be all about dropping the kids off at the beach, summer camp, the shops, the insertion activity center, you may have used the car a lot more than you used to. would have liked. It’s still light enough to walk in the evening, and Fitbit is offering a sale on select items on the site for those who want to follow in their footsteps. Fitbit Charge 5 is reduced to €129.95 from €149.95, Fitbit Luxe normally sells for €129.95 and is now €109.95, and the Fitbit Inspire 2 is €30 off, which brings it to €69.95. The Ace 3 activity tracker for kids is currently €20 off, RRP €79.95, now €59.95. At Curry, the Garmin vivofit jr. 3 Kid’s Activity Tracker goes from €99.99 to €79.99. Save €40 on the Garmin Vivosmart 4 at Harvey Norman, RRP €139 reduced to €99. At DID, save €50 on the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 1.19″ Bluetooth smartwatch and students receive free headphones with select Samsung models.

Fitbit Versa 3 has built-in GPS and predicts your body's capabilities based on your activity.
Fitbit Versa 3 has built-in GPS and predicts your body’s capabilities based on your activity.