Twelve South makes a ton of accessories and peripherals for Apple products, and while they might be very useful (and beautifully designed) they’re also very rarely on sale. Sort of like Apple products themselves. Right now a bunch of Twelve South stuff has dropped in price on Amazon, some of them hitting new lows.
This MacBook BaseLift, for example, is a handy little device that attaches easily to the bottom of your MacBook and helps lift it to a more comfortable typing angle. It attaches to the bottom of your laptop, flattens out for easy storage, and can be removed quickly. Normally $40, it’s currently selling for $30 and hasn’t sold for less than that in almost a year.
Here’s a couple of the other Twelve South products on sale:
Twelve South Compass 2 mobile display stand, silver for $30 (from $40)
This is the Compass 2’s lowest price since May 2016. This deal is also available in Black although availability seems more limited.
Twelve South BookArc for MacBook Air/Pro for $40 (from $60)
This is the BookArc’s lowest price in its history. Works like a fashionable resting area for your MacBook at the end of the day. This deal is also available on the Birch color.
Twelve South TimePorter for Apple Watch for $40 (from $50)
This thing is pretty cool. It’s a travel case with a built-in magnetic charger and power adapter, a spool for containing the charging cable, and it can work as a display stand for easy access to notifications. The price drop to $40 is only the second time in its history it has dropped at all. The deal is also available in Black.