JP’s Product Pick of the Week — 4pm Eastern TODAY! 11/3/20 @adafruit @johnedgarpark #adafruit #newproductpick
DO NOT Come on by for JP’s Product Pick of the Week! A new product pick will be revealed. The show airs at 4pm ET / 1pm PT, T O D A Y! INSTEAD,
if you haven’t already! You already voted? YOU ARE AWESOME, thank you. In that case:
Check out the livestream right here inside this product page, which is a kinda massive hint as to which product it’ll be, but you won’t want to miss it because there will be a VERY HUGE 50% OFF DISCOUNT during the show!!!
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John Park’s latest product pick
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