Yesterday I extolled the virtues of digital photo frames, which provide a running slideshow of your favorite photos. But there’s much to be said for photo prints, especially when they’re collected in a keepsake book. Sometimes you just want to sit down and flip through pages of lovely memories — or give a gift to a friend or relative so they can do the same.
Here’s your chance to save on great printed photo books and more: For a limited time, Cheapskate readers canusing promo code CNET25. That code will work on everything except gift cards.
Chatbooks offers not only attractive bound books in a variety of styles, but also prints, greeting cards and postcards. One cool option is the, which can automatically import photos from your camera roll or Facebook or Instagram account. With every 60 photos, a new book is produced and sent monthly. This starts at just $10 per book, so it’s already a surprisingly great deal.
I especially like the peel-and-stick gallery wall tiles, which are similar to Mixtiles — but larger at 10×10 inches. (Mixtiles: 8×8.) If you want those, however, you’ll have to use the Chatbooks app. For whatever reason, tiles can’t be ordered via the site.
We produce so many photos nowadays. This is an easy (and inexpensive) way to turn your favorites into keepsakes.
Get an 80-watt LED garage light for $11
You’ve probably seen these newfangled lights before; the inexpensive ones usually consist of three adjustable LED panels and product just 60 watts of illumination — not a ton for a workshop or garage. Here’s a better option: For a limited time, and while supplies last, thewith promo code X4947YFR. Regular price: $23.
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This is basically a four-panel version of the aforementioned bulb (though I guess there’s nothing really bulb-like about it, except that it screws into a standard E26 socket and, you know, produces light). Each panel can be angled to better cast the light where you need it.
Together, the four panels deliver 8,000 lumens at 6,500K daylight temperature. Homelazy promise a whopping 50,000-hour lifespan and backs the light with a lifetime warranty. I’m in for one — maybe two or three.
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