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Save 20% on the Button Remote for Apple TV and more from Function101

Function101 is now offering 20% off select products purchased through the Cult of Mac Store.

Save on the brilliant Button Remote for Apple TV, which we just gave a glowing review, as well as the excellent BentoStack and Cable Blocks. The discount ends later today, so enjoy it while you can.

We’ve been admirers of Function101 accessories for a while, which is why we recently brought a bunch of them to the Cult of Mac Store. And now you can bag yours at even more affordable prices in the Function101 sale.

Save 20% on Function101

Sick of seeing a sea of tangled cables on your desk or nightstand? Restore order with a four-pack of colorful Cable Blocks for just $19.96, down from $24.95. Cable Blocks are small silicone blocks that hold onto almost any cable. They’re weighted, so they stay in place without sticky adhesive, and they’re easy to move around whenever you need to clean or reposition things.

Cable management blocks
No more cable clutter.
Photo: Function101

The Button Remote, now down to $23.96 from $29.95, is ideal for Apple TV owners who can’t stand the Siri Remote. It’s compact and lightweight, and packs real buttons that make interacting with your Apple TV easier than ever.

Function101 Bentostack
Take all your essentials with you.
Photo: Function101

For those always on the go, the Bentostack is a must. It packs all the compartments you need to carry your essentials, including power adapters and cables, AirPods and Apple Pencil, spare Apple Watch bands, and more. And you can get yours right now for just $39.96, down from $49.95.

Don’t miss out

See all of Function101’s discounted goods in the Cult of Mac Store today, and bag yours at 20% off before this sale ends later today.

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