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If you use a desktop computer at home, you’d be foolish not to connect it to a UPS battery backup, and a great entry level model from CyberPower is on sale, today only from Amazon
This CyberPower UPS will of course keep your machine running without any interruption in the event of a power outage, which means you won’t lose any unsaved work. But even if you only use laptops and mobile devices at home, this could still run LED lights, phone chargers, or even your router and modem for a few hours until the power is restored.
Just note that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning this price is only available today, or until sold out.
This skillet features a durable stainless steel cooking surface, an even and rapid-heating aluminum core, and a beautiful stainless exterior, all sandwiched together to create the ultimate pan. And, like all All-Clad items, it comes with a lifetime warranty, though you probably won’t need it as long as you treat it well.
The major caveat here is that this particular item doesn’t include a lid. The version that includes the lid is currently selling for $120, but it occasionally dips below $100. If you don’t typically use a lid with your skillets though, a set of cheap universal ones should suffice.
If you’re not a fan of your current comforter, or if you just want a backup for when it’s getting dry cleaned, Amazon will sell you a reversible down alternative comforter for just $18-$24, today only.
These comforters come backed by a 4.3 star review average, and you can choose from over a dozen colors, many of which are reversible. Just note that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning this price is only available today, or until sold out.
Not ready to lease your wrist to Apple or Google? Amazon is offering big discounts on dozens of fashionable (but “dumb”) watches for men and women, today only.
This vacuum is about as simple as they come. You won’t find any hoses, detachable hand vacs, or battery packs. That being said, I’ve owned it for years, and absolutely love it. Its suction power is great, I’ve never had to replace any belts, and it’s incredibly light and maneuverable. For a smallish home, you could do a lot worse for $55.
If you own a GoPro, or any other action cam that’s compatible with GoPro accessories, you can own every accessory you see in the image above for just $20. That’s less than $1 per piece, including critical gear like strap mounts, a floating bobber, and even a padded carrying case.
If you have any home improvement projects on the horizon, this discounted Lowe’s gift card is like $10 in your pocket. I suggest spending it on a six pack to consume while you operate power tools. [$100 Lowe’s Gift Card, $90]
The new DJI Phantom 4 sure looks impressive, but for $1000 less, you can pick up the still-completely-amazing Phantom 3 Standard today. You’ll lose out on features like the (finnicky) accident avoidance, indoor positioning, and 4K video, but the camera still boasts an impressive 2.7K resolution, and it’ll last over 20 minutes on a single charge. At $400, it probably won’t even eat up your entire tax refund.
If you have a yard, you need an edger. If you need an edger, you should buy a battery-operated electric one. And when you can pick one up for just $60, there’s really no reason not to.
$23 is a very good price for any 20,000mAh USB battery pack. But when you consider that this one includes Quick Charge 2.0 for your newer Android devices, it’s a no-brainer. Conservatively, you should get 4-5 phone charges out of this thing, making it perfect for sharing during a long flight or camping trip.
And if you want to keep power cables from falling back behind your desk, this six-pack of cable drops will keep them firmly in place.
Mpow brought affordable Bluetooth headphones to the mainstream, and today, they’ll sell you a pair with active noise cancellation and IPX4 waterproofing for $27. Awesome haircut not included.
We all know that buying your own modem can save you money in the long run, and to that end, we’ve posted a lot of deals on the Motorola SB6141 over the last few years. Today though, this Linksys alternative is marked down to just $50, and might be worth a look.
On paper, it’s every bit the equal of the SB6141; it has the same number of upstream and downstream channels, and the same maximum speeds. Just check with your ISP to make sure it’s compatible before you purchase; most maintain lists on their websites.
Update: Some people are having trouble with the code, but here’s a similar product for the same price, no code needed.
If you ever drink red wine, there’s literally no reason not to buy an aerator. This model from Wuudi plugs right into the top of the bottle, and is cheaper than a lot of bottom shelf merlots.
If you’re looking to bring your older car into the modern age, this clip-on rear view mirror includes a dashcam on the backside, plus a rear view camera and an integrated screen to view it, all for just $58. We see lots of deals for dash cams, rear view cameras, and camera viewing screens, but I’ve never seen one product incorporate them all.
If Cards Against Humanity is feeling a little stale, here’s another inexpensive party game with the strong possibility of offending your friends and/or forcing your parents to make sex jokes in front of you.
Beauty Brands has a selection of dry shampoo, hairspray, and styling products starting at $9/bottle. Use code EC12490 to get $3.50 offa purchase of $10 or more.
Let us know what you recommend in the comments.
In my time as an obsessive shopper and dedicated deal hunter I’ve come to agree with Lifehacker: cheap clothes are [generally] too expensive. However, I’ve actually been quite happy with the various articles I’ve picked up for a song at J.Crew Factory over the years.
Update: Code HEYSPRING takes $20 off $100+ [h/t Bradley’s Balls]
Through March 27, save 50% on basically everything they sell, with free shipping over $100. Prices as marked.
- Mens’s SLIM SUMMER WEIGHT SHIRT | $30
- Men’s BLEECKER BROKEN-IN CHINO | $30
- Women’s STRIPED POCKET T-SHIRT | $18
- Women’s DENIM JACKET | $43
Let us know what you’re picking up in the comments!
Well here’s a low-risk, no brainer deal to wrap up your afternoon. If you buy a “luxury beauty” sample for $1-$3, you’ll get the equivalent amount as an Amazon credit to spend on a future luxury beauty item. Your options here include balms, lotions, fragrances, and more, so head over to Amazon before the best samples sell out.
If you’re still listening to any of your TVs through their built-in speakers, here’s an easy fix for $70.
This Vizio Sound Stand pumps out up to 95 dB of crisp stereo sound, which needless to say is a lot louder than your TV’s build in speakers. Plus, you won’t even need to find a place to put it, because your TV sits right on top. This might not be ideal for for your main home theater setup (personally, we’d recommend this 5.1 channel Vizio system), but it’s a perfect little integrated system for your other TVs around the house.
Dorco, the best deal in razor blades, supplier of Dollar Shave Club, and the only company crazy enough to make a 7-blade razor, will sell you their take on the safety razor complete with a mirror and 30 blades for $19 today.
Update: Use code NXY5G488A to bring it down to $15 [h/t DerMitDemWolfTanzt]
Safety razors require more skill and patience, but will get you a better shave when used correctly. They’re also cheaper in the long run.
$8 is a solid price for any 3600mAh battery pack, but it’s especially noteworthy when the pack uses a Lightning input for all the Apple devotees out there. Obviously, this won’t appeal to Android users, but if you’re an Apple devotee, it means one less cord to carry around.
Cooking is all about temperatures, and both of these thermometer deals deserve a place in your utensil drawer. The Dr. Meter meat thermometer will let you know when your food is done, while the IR thermometer can tell you when a pan or oil is hot enough to start cooking. It’s also really fun to just mess around with.
We’ve all heard that watching TV in the dark can be pretty tough on the eyes, but an ambient bias lighting setup can make the experience much more palatable, and improve your TV’s perceived contrast levels to boot.
Bias Lighting deals sell out pretty much instantly when we post them, so be sure to jump on this one, which includes dimming and a Velcro securing system.
If you’re a weather buff, and want to know the precise conditions outside your house, this $35 AcuRite Weather Station can track temperature, humidity, air pressure and more via a wireless probe. On the right side of the display, you’ll also see your indoor conditions, so you can appreciate the miracle of modern climate control.
$600 gets you roundtrip air from Boston or Baltimore, air and hotel taxes covered, daily breakfast, and more. This is a 3-night trip, but you can extend for around $100/day, and you do not need more than 4-5 days at the most.
The package includes a trip out to see the Northern Lights, and other excursions in the country are relatively cheap.
The flight is short, everyone speaks English, and the country is very tourist-friendly. Feel free to hit me up with questions! – Shane
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$20 | Insignia 2-Way Indoor/Outdoor Speakers (Pair) | Best Buy
$230 | Sceptre U435CV-U 43-Inch 4K Ultra HD 2160p 60Hz LED HDTV | Walmart
$40 | Mohu Leaf 30 w/ $15 Gift Card | Best Buy
$350 | Element 58″ 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV | Walmart
$250 | Seiki SE50FR 50″ 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV | Walmart
Computers & Accessories
$230 | Dell SE2716H 27″ Curved Monitor | Staples
$38 | PNY 120GB Internal SATA SSD | Best Buy
$250 | LG Google Nexus 5X 32GB Unlocked Smartphone | eBay
$30 | AT&T GoPhone Motorola Moto E with 8GB Memory No-Contract Phone | Best Buy
$500 | Refurb Canon VIXIA HF G20 HD Camcorder | Canon
$72 | Blade EFLA900 C-GO1 1080p HD FPV Camera | eBay
$10 | The ADC Adtemp 427 Forehead Thermometer | Rakuten
$100 | Samsonite Versa-Lite 360 3 Piece Nested Luggage Set | eBay
$249 | ScaleBlaster Deluxe 0-19 gpg Electronic Water Conditioner-SB-175 | Home Depot
80% or More Off Fashion Watches | Amazon
$7 | Mens Leather Wallet | eBay
$49 | Patagonia Transport Tote | REI
$20 | Crocs Leigh Womens Wedge | eBay
$90 | The North Face Roamer Parka | 6pm
Beauty & Grooming
$60 | Philips Norelco Shaver 4500 | Best Buy
$14 | Stanley 64-Ounce Adventure Steel Growler | Walmart
Camping & Outdoors
$7 | MacGregor X35WC Official Basketball | Walmart
AUKEY Bluetooth 4.1 Wireless Stereo Sport Headphones and AUKEY iPhone 6 6S Running Sport Armband ($18) | Amazon | Use code W75WB8EV
Tools & Auto
$90 | $100 Lowe’s Gift Card | eBay
$48 | Craftsman 20 Piece Ratcheting Wrench Set Inch/Metric | Sears
$350 | Craftsman 33 Gallon Vertical Air Compressor | Sears
$45 | Polk Audio 12″ Dual-Voice-Coil 4-Ohm Subwoofer | Best Buy
Movies & TV
FREE | Two Year Subscription to Car and Driver | Mercurym Mgazines
$3 | The Scribe Audiobook | Audible
FREE Day One 2 | iOS | Normally $10. Find the ad for the download in the Apple Store app (NOT the App Store).
FREE WiFi Map Pro | iOS | Normally $5
FREE Sketchworthy – Notes, Sketches, and Ideas | iOS | Normally $3
Hydro Coach PRO – drink water ($1) | Android | Normally $4
$45 | Lenovo Y Gaming Mechanical Switch Keyboard | Best Buy
$40 | SteelSeries 5H V3 Headset | Newegg
Buy One Get One $1 | Disney Infinity and Skylanders Toys | Toysrus
$16 | Way of the Samurai 3 | Steam
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