At totallee, we strongly believe in offering our customers great value. Whether its one of our protective iPhone cases or our tempered-glass screen protector, the end goal is to keep your valuable device protected and looking sharp at all times. With that in mind, we’ve compiled a few other everyday items that are not only useful, but will also save you a chunk of change over time.
Bodum French Press ($30)
Splurging on a $5 venti mocha frappuccino from Starbucks every once in awhile is a nice treat, but doing it every day adds up quickly. If you make your own coffee in the morning instead of buying it, you could end up with an extra $100 in your wallet at month’s end. Besides, making your own in a quality French press is easy and tastes great.
Apple TV ($149)
After a long day at work, you’re finally home and ready to melt into your couch and binge-watch It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. But you don’t really care for the majority of the other channels your cable provider includes in your package. Solution: cut the cord and get Apple TV, which lets you watch your favorite shows like Sunny on Netflix and Hulu for significantly less than your monthly cable bill.
Totallee Doberman iPhone Case ($19)
Going commando and opting to not have a protective case on your iPhone is a quick way to end up burning $100 at a Fix Your iPhone store. One hasty grab of your iPhone from your pocket is enough to have it facedown on the pavement with its screen shattered. Protect your iPhone with a slim-yet-rugged Doberman iPhone case from totallee.
Zektor 2 Commuter Bike ($660)
Using a bike instead of a car to commute to and from work is an easy way to cut out a host of daily expenses, including gas, car insurance, and parking among others. The Zektor 2 is a high-performance, lightweight bike for riders who need reliability from their primary mode of transportation. The Zektor 2’s Alpha Gold aluminum keeps it lightweight and durable, and its hydraulic disc brakes provide maximum stopping power in all weather conditions.
Nest Thermostat ($249)
Keeping your house warm (or cool) when you’re not around will ultimately come back to bite you in your wallet. The Nest thermostat automatically turns itself down when no one’s in the house--it can tell when everyone’s gone with its motion-detecting “eye.” The Nest is also programmed to learn your preferences over time, such as what temperatures you like at what times of day/year, for maximum energy efficiency and comfort.