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Nov. 27, 2017 12:59 pm

Buy local with Cyber Monday DEALS from these Brooklyn startups

A rundown of DEALS for folks who want to support the local tech sector.

BioLite's FirePit did major numbers on Kickstarter.

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It’s “Cyber Monday” today, ICYMI, and everyone is offering DEALS to buy their products. As a dues-paying member of the Brooklyn tech world, you’re obligated to shop first and foremost from Brooklyn companies. We get it. So we’ve gone ahead and made it easy for you, rounding up all the DEALS we found from the startup world here in Kings County.

20% off Raaka Chocolate

Your favorite maker’s favorite chocolate maker has some excellent marketing here. No one is ever sad to receive chocolate. Hard to quibble with that.

30% off goTenna products

PopSci called goTenna’s mesh networks one of the best inventions of 2017, and now you can get the off-the-grid cell network for way less than usual.

20% off everything at Voltaic

Continuing with great gifts for outdoorsy folks, Voltaic makes solar chargers for all sorts of products, from backpacks to foldable, portable panels. Charge your phone with the sun next time you’re hiking.

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20% off sitewide at Food52

Get all your gourmet food cravings satiated at Food52, an ecommerce startup that’s spending some of the $4.3 million it raised last quarter on DEALS for you.

20% off at BioLite

One of the 10 scientists you should know in Brooklyn, BioLite is making campfires that can produce electricity and a bunch of other really cool gadgets.

20% off Mouth Foods

You’ll find specialty and indie food aplenty at Mouth Foods, based in Dumbo. The company has been quietly building up a good ecommerce business for years now.

Organizations: BioLite
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