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Monday deals: Snag 20% off S20 cases, plus discounts on Nest Thermostat E, chargers, and more

Congratulations, you've made it to the final Monday of February 2020. To celebrate, we've rounded up a fresh batch of deals. This week, Ringke has discounted its entire lineup of Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra phone cases and screen protectors. You'll also find some deals on the Nest Thermostat E, charging accessories, and more. Let's get started.

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You can get a Hearthstone 3D printed phone case, if you're into that kind of thing

FabZat, a merchandising and 3D printing company, has partnered with Blizzard Entertainment to announce that as of today they are offering custom 3D-printed and personalized Hearthstone-themed phone cases for $38.49. Currently, there are a total of 15 different case designs to choose from with more to come in the future.

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[Weekend Poll] Do You Put Your Phone In A Case / Skin?

Protecting your smartphone is something that can be accomplished through both passive (e.g., waterproofing) and active (e.g., a case) means. But today I want to talk specifically about cases. Smartphone cases have endured over the years among a huge segment of the market, and cases have evolved into distinct subtypes - and oddities, like the pictured HTC Dot View above - to accommodate particular consumer demands.

What I want to know is this: do you use a smartphone case, and what kind?

As a phone reviewer, I don't really have the luxury of cases - I simply use too many phones to go out and buy endless accessories for, though if I did plan on using a smartphone for two years straight, I'd probably at least consider a skin of some kind.

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[Deal Alert] All SlickWraps Decorative And Protective Gadget Skins 50% Off For Memorial Day Weekend

SlickWraps is a company that makes, well, slick wraps for most mainstream smart phones and a multitude of other gadgets. Everything on their site this weekend is 50% off for Memorial Day, making this a great time to skin your phone.

The wraps offer a minimal amount of protection in addition to some sweet customization options to personalize your device. The adhesive sheets come in a wide array of styles and colors including exotic prints mimicking carbon fiber, wood grain, leather, metal, glitter, and more. Sure, a wrap isn't a true substitute for the authentic premium materials found on some newer Motorolas and the G4, but it comes at a fraction of the price of paying for those upgrades.

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