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One-Day Anker Sale
For nearly a decade now, Anker has been making the fastest, most durable, and most cutting edge phone charging accessories on the market, and some of the brand's latest and greatest gear is on sale for one day only on Amazon.
The undisputed star of the show is probably the single most advanced mobile charger in existence right now, the PowerPort Atom PD 4. Its 100 watts of total power can be pushed through a single USB-C port to charge any laptop at full speed, or can be split intelligently between two USB-C and two USB ports, meaning it can charge two laptops and two phones at the same time. At $70, it's never been cheaper.
- Anker PowerPort Atom PD 4 | $70 | Normally $100
Slightly less advanced, but no less useful is this nightstand-ready power strip, which includes two AC outlets, two USB ports, and a USB-C port. My parents have one on each nightstand in their guest room, so when people stay over, they always have a convenient place to charge. There's also a larger version included in the sale with six AC outlets.
You'll want to check out the full sale for all of the deals, including a variety of charging cables, but I'd draw particular attention to these USB-C to Lightning cables. If you have an iPhone, these will plug into increasingly prevalent USB-C ports to charge your phone from 0% to 50% in just 30 minutes. Simply put, there's no faster way to charge an iPhone.
Most modern electronics are rated to handle between 100 and 240 volts, meaning that you can plug them in around the world with nothing but a simple outlet adapter. But some devices are still only designed for the 120V common in the U.S., meaning if you plug them into a 220V outlet in Europe, or a 230V outlet in Australia, you could fry them without first running that electricity through a voltage adapter like this one from Bestek.
The ultra-popular adapter includes plug converters for almost every country, and will step down the voltage from any outlet, rendering it safe for any device meant to be used in the United States. And even if your device doesn't require a voltage converter, the power strip still lets you plug in seven devices at once (between three AC outlets and four USB ports), making it a great addition to your kit for any overseas trip.
Just note that it has a maximum wattage of 250W, so you won't want to use it to plug in a hair dryer or a toaster oven.
The adapter rarely gets discounted from its usual $36-$38, but right now, if you clip the 30% coupon on the product page, you can get it for $26.
Bestek Voltage Converter | $26 | Normally $31-$38 | Clip the 30% coupon
$18 Security Camera
Whether you're actually concerned about home security, or you just want to keep an eye on your pets while you're sitting at your desk, this security camera lets you take a live look at your home, and even take advantage of a two-way intercom feature, for just $18.
The camera can record clips to a microSD card, or store motion-activated clips in the cloud from the last seven days for free. You can also pay a small monthly fee for additional cloud storage if you wish, but the camera is fully functional without spending a dime.
Just note that this price is only available today, and could sell out early.
Yi 1080p Home Security Camera | $18 | Normally $23-$26
Universal Socket Tool
If you don't have the right bit to loosen a nut or bolt, this universal socket tool will save you from an unnecessary trip to the hardware store. The metal pins inside depress to fit around whatever bolt, screw, or hook you press it onto, and while it won't provide as secure a grip as a perfectly sized drill bit, it'll usually be good enough.
KUSONKEY Professional 7mm-19mm Universal Socket Tool | $7 | Normally $7-$20
Amazon's line of Fire Tablets aren't exactly laptop replacements, but they're perfectly suited for reading articles, browsing the web, and downloading some movies to watch on a plane.
For a limited time, Amazon's dropped the midrange Fire HD 8 down to $60, which isn't quite as cheap as its $50 Black Friday price, but is still an amazing deal if you're in the market. This is usually the Fire Tablet we recommend to people, because compared to the $50 Fire 7 tablet, it has a bigger, sharper screen, better battery life, more RAM, and better speakers for watching movies.
Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet | $60 | Normally $80
Last year, Sonos finally brought its terrific sound quality and best-in-class connectivity to a portable speaker that you can use without a power outlet, but we've yet to see any significant discounts on the new Sonos Move. Until now.
While supplies last (which likely won't be for long), Adorama will throw in a free $60 gift card when you buy the Move for its usual $399. It's not as enticing as a cash discount, but it's about as good a deal as you can expect on Sonos gear outside of major sales holidays.
Sonos Move + $60 Adorama Gift Card | $399 | Normally $459
Eero Mesh Wi-Fi
If your home is large, irregularly shaped, or just built from materials that aren't conducive to the unfettered movement of radio waves, one Wi-Fi router might not be enough to get a consistent and fast signal in every corner of your house. But the cure for your dead zone woes is a simple one: a mesh Wi-Fi system.
Rather than relying on a single base station to blanket your entire house in Wi-Fi, mesh routers work in tandem with each other to boost signals further, and bounce them around impenetrable walls that might otherwise block your internet connection. Best of all, you'll still only have to plug one of them into your modem; the others only need a power outlet to work. And as an added bonus, the ethernet ports for every router will be active, even if they aren't connected to your modem, allowing you to get a "hard wired" connection anywhere in your house.
A company called Eero popularized the concept of home mesh networking several years ago, and was purchased by Amazon back in February of 2019. If you missed out on the brand's Black Friday deals, you can now get a three-pack of Eero routers for just $199 (down from $249), or an individual Eero router--which is a very good router on its own--for just $79 (down from $99).
Depending on how you arrange them, three routers could cover a home of up to 5,000 square feet with fast, consistent internet, and while this deal isn't as good as the one we saw on Black Friday, it's still a really good chance to upgrade your home interent.
Eero Mesh Wi-Fi Router 3-Pack | $199 | Normally $249
Eero Wi-Fi Router | $79 | Normally $99
Trident of Charging
Lightning. MicroUSB. USB-C. Why travel with three different types of cables when you could just pack one? This Anker PowerLine charging cable includes attached tips that let you transform it into any of the three major charging cable types, and it's only $11 right now with promo code AK8436W8, from the usual $18.
Anker PowerLine 3-in-1 Charging Cable | $11 | Normally $18 | Promo code AK8436W8
Your clothes are going to get wrinkled in your suitcase. I'm sorry, there's just no avoiding it. But if you don't have the time or the energy after a long flight to pull out the hotel's ironing board and give your clothes a full press, a portable steamer like this one is a great compromise.
It's roughly the size of a shoe, meaning you can probably fit it in your suitcase, and all you have to do is add water, plug it in, and wave it over your hanging clothes while you pull them taught to release those wrinkles. The results won't be quite as flawless as an iron, but you can get through a week's worth of clothes in just a couple of minutes, no ironing board required.
URPOWER Garment Steamer | $17 | Normally $17-$22
Various car dealerships and repair shops have probably offered to clean your foggy headlights for the low, low price of around $100 when you come in for service.
Don't fall for it.
This kit from Turtle Wax has everything you need to make your headlights look brand new, and all it takes is four dollars and 10 minutes of your time.
Turtle Wax Headlight Restorer Kit | $4 | Normally $6-$7
Ignore, if you can, the fact that this product looks pretty gross, and concentrate on how uniquely useful it is. Nothing else makes it this easy to clean dust out from your keyboard, your air vents, all of the little airflow holes in your home theater gear, and other hard-to-dust places.
Keyboard Cleaner Gel | $6 | Normally $6-$12
Vacuum packed mattresses shipped to your door in a box used to be a novelty. Now, they're a commodity.
This mattress from Signature Design by Ashley is well reviewed, is made from three layers of foam like a lot of the more expensive brands, and is on sale for just $149-$264 depending on the size, complete with free shipping. Even if you're happy with your current mattress, at these prices, this could be a great upgrade for your guest room, if you don't mind your overnight guests staying in bed all day.
Signature Design by Ashley Foam Mattresses | $149-$264
The Best Scratching Post
You could buy the SmartCat Ultimate Scratching Post because it's the best scratching post, and it'll make your cat happy.
Or, you could buy it because you want to give them something to scratch other than your couch, which will make you happy.
Whatever reason is in your heart, we won't judge.
It was cheaper than today's $40 around Black Friday, but otherwise, this is a really good price.
SmartCat Ultimate Scratching Post | $40 | Normally $35-$50
If improving your posture is one of your 2020 New Year's resolutions, this back straightener brace can help. At $17, it's three bucks less than usual, and is basically like buying an extra inch of height for the price of a nice dinner.
Posture Corrector | $17 | Normally $20
Whether you have cable or not, Amazon lets you subscribe to the home of Curb Your Enthusiasm for $15 per month, with full access to the channel's entire digital back catalog and constantly updated movie library.
For a limited time though, if you subscribe to HBO with your Prime membership, you'll get your first three months for just $10 each, a total savings of $15. Pretty...pretty...pretty good.
First Three Months of HBO | $10 each | Normally $15 | Prime members only
If you don't want to worry about your tablet filling up with movies for a long plane ride, or your GoPro filling up with 4K footage during vacation, this 512GB microSD card is as spacious as they come. It was a little bit cheaper around Black Friday, but otherwise, $75 is the best price we've ever seen.
PNY U3 Pro Elite MicroSD Card - 512GB | $75 | Normally $70-$100
Eight Month Fitness Tracker
The Withings Steel fitness and sleep tracker doesn't look like a fitness tracker. It looks like a watch. This is a very good thing.
It also has battery life like a watch: up to eight months. That's not a typo. When the battery dies, you just replace it like you would any watch battery, and then you don't think about it again for 2/3 of a year.
And yet, it can still track your steps, your activity levels, and even your sleep, and sync all of that data to the smartphone fitness tracking app of your choice, all for just $50.
Withing Steel Activity and Sleep Tracker | $50 | Normally $53-$90
Every kitchen needs a Microplane for zesting citrus, grating cheese, and mincing garlic and ginger, and it just so happens that Amazon has one marked down to the best price ever today. Accept no substitutes.
Microplane Premium Zester and Grater | $9 | Normally $10-$14
Capresso Conical Burr Grinder
There are a lot of things you can do to make your home-brewed coffee marginally better, but there's one thing you can do to make your home-brewed coffee a lot better: grind your beans right before your use them.
A burr grinder like this one from Capresso will result in more evenly ground beans than a blade grinder, and $72 is about as cheap as you'll ever see a decent one.
Capresso Infinity Conical Burr Grinder | $72 | Normally $74-$95
Southwest Credit Card Offer Worth $1,500
If you missed out on Southwest's recent limited time consumer credit card welcome offers, fear not: the Southwest Performance Business Card has a new welcome offer worth up to $1,500 in travel.
You can check out our full post for all of the details, and it's worth checking out even if you don't run a large business. Everything from being a CEO to driving Ubers to posting photos on stock photo sites could be considered a business.
Patagonia's Better Sweater has transcended the popularity of an individual clothing item, and now seems to be as essential to everyone's wardrobe as t-shirts, or underwear. You can wear it with everything, it's made from 100% recycled polyester fleece, and it was Fair Trade sewn, meaning the people that made it were paid fair wages.
Normally $100, you can get select colors for 50% off directly from Patagonia right now.
Patagonia Better Sweater (Select Colors) | $50 | Normally $100
Laser Measure + Tape Measure
A tape measure...but with lasers. What's not to love? This laser distance measure from DEWALT is accurate to within 1/4", gives you a reading instantly, and can measure distances up to 40'. And for just $20 today (down from $30), it even comes bundled with an old school tape measure for when you need it.
DEWALT Laser Distance Measure + Tape Measure | $20 | Normally $30
In a very short amount of time, AirPods seem to have conquered the world, but if you still don't have a pair, you can fix that today for $129. That's the best deal we've seen on the latest model of the standard (non-Pro) AirPods, and $30 less than you'd have to spend at an Apple Store.
You've almost certainly heard this from your friends, but if you have an iPhone, these really are life changing. Just put them in your ears, and they'll be connected to your phone instantly. No sifting through Bluetooth settings or remembering complicated pairing procedures.
Walking the dog for three minutes? Pop them in and listen to a song. Tidying up around the house? They're the easiest way to listen to a podcast while you work. You can even use hands-free Siri to send text messages, set timers, or create reminders without having to pull your phone out of your pocket. So, yes, they're as great as everyone keeps telling you.
Apple AirPods | $129 | Normally $159
Extra 20% Off Amazon Warehouse
Buying lightly used or returned products from Amazon's Warehouse section is a great way to save cash on high-end purchases, and that's especially true today. For a limited time, over 4,000 used Amazon Warehouse products are an extra 20% off at checkout. Just use the search bar on this page to see if anything on your wish list is included.
Extra 20% Off Select Amazon Warehouse Purchases | Discount shown at checkout
Flex & Seal Shipping Roll
The end of the holiday season means a lot of return shipping, and nothing makes it easier than Scotch's ingenious Flex & Seal shipping roll.
Just cut off as big or as small a piece of the roll as you need, fold it over whatever you're shipping, and press the edges together. The inside film sticks to itself without sticking to your fingers or whatever you're shipping, so you can just add a shipping label and drop it in a mailbox.
Today's price for a 10' roll is the best Amazon's ever listed, and is a great excuse to try it out without committing to buy too much.
Scotch Flex & Seal Shipping Roll 10' | $6 | Normally $8-$10
Huckberry is a purveyor of fine goods for travelers, photographers, outdoor lovers, and curious people of all stripes, and the site's clearance section is absolutely stuffed with amazing deals on rarely discounted brands right now.
Inside, you'll find everything from whiskey glasses to backpacks to apparel, but we've taken the liberty of highlighting a few of our favorite products below.
- Whiskey Peaks American Mountains - Set of 4 Whiskey Glasses | $46 | Normally $65
They're whiskey glasses with 3D recreations of famous mountains on the bottom. What's not to love?
- Peak Design Everyday Backpack 20L | $169 | Normally $260
- Peak Design Everyday Backpack 30L | $189 | Normally $290
Peak Design makes, hands-down, some of the best backpacks I've ever tried. The brand tends to cater to photographers, but these bags would be great for any type of traveler.
- Topo Designs Mountain Jacket | $209 | Normally $349
Unapologetically covered in pockets, with Topo's signature pops of color on the zipper pulls.
- Nomadix Chris Burkard Adventure Towel | $36 | Normally $55
Every Nomadix towel is produced from 100% recycled plastic bottles, and despite their thin and light (read: travel friendly) feel, they're incredibly absorbent. These discounted towels feature a pattern on one side, and a massive Chris Burkard photo of Yosemite or the Aleutian Islands on the other.
- Stanley Growler Gift Set | $52 | Normally $80
This bundle includes a 64 oz. vacuum insulated Stanley growler in signature Hammertone Green, plus four metal tumblers for serving. The growler will keep beer (or whatever) cold for up to 24 hours, or hot for 18.
- Rumpl Original Puffy Blanket | $59 | Normally $99
A versatile blanket that's great for camping, picnics, outdoor concerts, airplanes, or anywhere else. When not in use, it packs up into a carrying case that's about the size of a large water bottle
- Patagonia Brodeo Beanie | $23 | Normally $35
Made from recycled wool, this beanie features an oversized patch of Patagonia's amazing 1973 logo, which is worth the price of admission on its own.
- Glerups The Boot - Camp Sole | $109 | Normally $155
Nobody does wool slippers as well as Glerups. These Huckberry exclusives up the ante with a reinforced rubber sole that'll let you wear them outside.
- Proof Nomad Pant | $49 | Normally $98
Proof's Nomad Pants are technical hiking pants that look good enough to wear to an office. They're breathable, stretchy, and repel liquids and stains with aplomb.
- Give'r 4 Season Glove w/ Wax Coating | $98 | Normally $130
Everyone should own a pair of chunky, lined leather gloves. Give'r gloves are made from some of the supplest leather we've ever felt, and are suitable for everything "from grabbing a burning log out of a fire to ice fishing in -25 degrees."
- MMX Vancouver Marshmallow Crossbow | $74 | Normally $90
It shoots marshmallows in a straight line up to 60 feet. Why haven't you bought it yet?
Free Best Western Night
If you register on this page with your free Best Western Rewards account, you'll automatically receive a free night voucher after staying just two nights at any Best Western property in the United States, Canada, or the Caribbean between February 18 and April 20. Those two nights can be from a single stay, or two separate, one-night stays, so this should be a pretty easy reward to earn.
Remember to book your paid nights with a travel rewards card like the Chase Sapphire Reserve or Platinum Card by American Express to earn bonus transferrable points on your stay, as well as extra benefits like free travel insurance.
You'll receive your voucher 2-3 weeks after staying your second night, and it'll be good for 70 days after it's issued.
Stay Two Nights, Get a Free Night | Best Western Rewards
Nightstand Wireless Charger
Here we have a wireless charger that's actually designed with an eye towards how people actually use wireless chargers: while sleepy, on a nightstand, in total darkness. It's roughly the size of a phone, and includes raised nubs on the side in the middle to help you properly align your phone without too much fumbling around.
Use promo code AKEDM255 to get it for $11, down from the usual $14.
Anker Qi Charging Pad | $11 | Normally $14 | Promo code AKEDM255
Spending eight hours a day at a desk using a mouse is really bad for, among other things, your wrist. An ergonomic vertical mouse like this one from Logitech won't totally prevent repetitive stress injuries or carpal tunnel syndrome, but it can definitely keep your arm at a more natural position, and will probably leave you feeling less sore at the end of the day.
We've seen cheaper vertical mice, but this model is a truly top-of-the-line mouse that doesn't compromise to achieve an ergonomic feel. You get a precise 4000 DPI sensor which can mean less mouse movement, three different ways to connect it to your computer (including Bluetooth), a four-month rechargeable battery, and plenty of buttons. At $80, it's never been cheaper.
Logitech MX Vertical Wireless Mouse | $80 | Normally $84-$86
LEGOs aren't just for kids, anymore. A new line of architectural LEGO sets are a great way for adults to relax at the end of the day without staring at a screen, and function as cool decorations once they're finished.
Right now on Amazon, both the Shanghai and London skyline sets are 15%-20% off retail, the former priced at $48, and the latter at $34. These are, of course, LEGOs, so you could conceivably buy them both and combine them into a single megacity.
LEGO Architecture Shanghai Skyline | $48 | Normally $60
LEGO Architecture London Skyline | $34 | Normally $40
I can't really fathom why all litter boxes aren't top entry. They keep dogs out of the litter, they have holes on the lid to clean off your cat's paws as they leave, and as far as I can tell, they don't have any real disadvantages compared to front-entry litter boxes. Am I missing something here?
If you want to make the switch, one of the top sellers on Amazon is just $14 right now.
IRIS Top-Entry Litter Box | $14 | Normally $17-$18
Double Hyatt Points
If you're planning at least two trips between now and May 15, Hyatt wants to reward you with double points.
All you have to do is visit this page before March 31, and sign up with your World of Hyatt membership number. Any stays (including free award nights) ending between February 15 and May 15 will count towards the promotion, and you'll earn double points starting with your second stay, though the promotion will apply to all of your stays thereafter until the promotion ends.
If you sign up for the World of Hyatt Credit Card and use it to book your stays, that means you'll earn a total of 14.5 points per dollar spent on your bonus-eligible stays:
- 10 base points per dollar spent (5 base points per dollar, doubled)
- .5 bonus points per dollar with your automatic Discoverist status (not doubled, as per the terms of the promotion)
- 4 points per dollar spent with your World of Hyatt Credit Card on eligible Hyatt purchases)
With an estimated value of 1.7 cents per point, that's like earning nearly 25% back on your Hyatt stays, just for taking two seconds to sign up for this promotion.
Bose Noise Canceling Headphones
Bose's top-tier QC35 II headphones are consistently rated as some of the best noise canceling over-ears money can buy, and if you want the Rose Gold (Bose Gold?) version, you can snag a pair for $220 today, down from the regular $349. That's actually $50 less than we saw on Black Friday.
I'm a happy owner of these headphones, and can report that they completely transform flying by nearly eliminating engine noise, and even do an admirable job of muffling less consistent sounds like people talking in an open office. It doesn't hurt that they pair to your devices instantly, are incredibly comfortable, and run for 30 hours on a charge. It's like hitting the volume down button on the remote several times, but for all of your surroundings.
Bose QC35 II Rose Gold Headphones | $220 | Normally $349
Today in products that look ridiculous, but on second thought are actually kind of genius: an inflatable travel pillow with a hoodie built in.
Just blow it up, put it around your neck, and cinch the hood over your eyes and ears to block out light, muffle sound, and keep your head warm and toasty. The hood is made from a soft, sweatshirt-like material, and it'll be the closest thing you'll get to privacy while sitting in economy.
HoodiePillow | $19 | Normally $25 | Blue and purple only
Heat Resistant Gloves
Unlike cloth oven mitts, these silicone cooking gloves are waterproof and easy to rinse off, so you can use them to grab meat right off the grill, or potatoes right out of boiling water without fear of burning yourself. They're also gloves, not mitts, so you'll have use of all of your digits. Why aren't more oven mitts designed that way?
Clip the 5% coupon and use promo code EV2UPRW7 at checkout to get the pair for just $11.
Silicone Cooking Gloves | $11 | Normally $18 | Clip the 5% coupon and use code EV2UPRW7
$10 Off Household Essentials
Laundry detergent. Paper towels. Dishwasher tabs. This is all stuff that you need to buy anyway, so you might as well get it on sale. For a limited time, if you add any three items from this page to your Amazon cart, you'll get $10 off at checkout. Some of the items don't even cost $10 individually, making this better than a B2G1 promotion, depending on what you buy.
$10 Off Three Household Essentials | Amazon
Herschel Dopp Kit
Good luggage is important, but if you ask me, owning a good dopp kit is just as essential. Herschel's ultra-popular Chapter Travel Kit is a small, durable, waterproof bag that can hold your toiletries, your charging gear, or any other small necessities that you don't want to just throw loose into a suitcase.
Sure, you could use any bag for that, but would any bag have a stylish pinstripe liner, or a leather zipper pull, or waterproof zippers? I didn't think so.
Herschel Chapter Travel Kit | $21 | Normally $21-$30
Eagle Creek Packing Cubes
Packing cubes sound a little indulgent--who needs luggage for their luggage--but anyone that uses them probably swears by them.
Why invest in a set of packing cubes? Because they help you organize the cavernous interiors of your suitcase, making travel just a little less stressful. Say you're splitting a trip between two different hotels: you could put half your clothes in one cube, and half in the other, so you wouldn't need to completely unpack at both locations. Don't want your socks and underwear to explode out of your bag when TSA makes you open it? Tuck them into their own cubes to keep them all together.
If you're packing for a long trip, packing cubes also provide an extra layer of compression, letting you pack more clothes without having to sit on top of your suitcase to get it shut.
There are plenty of good packing cubes out there, but Eagle Creek's original Pack-It cubes are some of the best. In addition to being made from high quality and durable materials, Eagle Creek backs up its products with a "No Matter What" guarantee, meaning they'll repair or replace any that fail during their lifetime, no matter what the cause.
Right now on Amazon, you can grab a set of three (in three different sizes) for $24, after saving $4.17 with a clippable coupon at checkout. They were down to $20 for a time last year, but otherwise, this is a great price for the set.
Eagle Creek Pack-It Cube Set | $24 | Normally $20-$28 | Clip the $4.17 coupon
Ring's video doorbells are the easiest way to keep an eye out for package thieves, and the Ring Doorbell 2 offers you a 1080p HD view of your front porch, plus the ability to speak to whoever is at your door. Best of all, it'll work even if your home doesn't have doorbell wiring. You can hook it up to your existing wiring if you'd like, but it also inlcudes a battery pack that can last for months on a single charge.
The Ring Doorbell 2 normally costs $199, but Walmart just marked it down to $97, one of the best prices we've ever seen on a non-refurb.
Ring Video Doorbell 2 | $97 | Normally $199
Ring Home Security
Ring may be best known for its ubiquitous video doorbells, but the brand also makes highly regarded, modular home security systems. And unlike the established players like ADT, Ring only charges $10 per month for 24/7 professional monitoring, and you can even use your system without monitoring if you wish.
For a limited time, all of Ring's security starter kits are back on sale for the same prices we saw on Black Friday, complete with free Echo Dots. The five-piece kit starts at just $139, and includes a base station, a keypad alarm, a contact sensor (for a door or window), a motion detector, and a range extender, in addition to the free Echo Dot.
Ring Home Security Systems + Free Echo Dot | $139-$249 | Normally $199-$359
$82 Smart Lock
You don't need to completely replace your deadbolt to enjoy the benefits of a smart lock. August's Smart Lock fits over your existing deadbolt, and lets you lock or unlock your door from your smartphone, and even grant access temporarily to house sitters and overnight guests.
August Smart Lock | $81 | Normally $90-$120
It's happened to all of us. You have a beverage that's hot, or at least room temperature, but you very much wish for it to be cold. When presented with this age-old predicament, you could toss your drnk in the freezer and probably forget about it by the time it cools down. You could pour it over ice and succeed in watering down a perfectly good drink. Or you could buy the HyperChiller on sale for $24, and never be flummoxed by this problem again for the rest of your life.
HyperChiller features two steel-encased water resevoirs sandwiching a 12 ounce cavity for your beverage. Just fill the water resevoirs with tap water, toss the whole thing into your freezer, and take it out whenever you're ready to chill a drink. Pour a hot beverage into the empty space, wait 60 seconds for the ice-chilled steel to work its dilution-free magic, and pour it back out. You can cool multiple beverages on a single "charge," and resetting the HyperChiller when you're done is as easy as tossing it back in the freezer.
HyperChiller 60 Second Beverage Cooler | $25 | Normally $27-$30
Rechargeable electric lighters are better than traditional lighters in almost every way, and one of our favorites is cheaper than ever.
The Sparkr Mini features two criss-crossing electric arcs which will light a candle wick faster and more reliably than a single beam lighter, and Power Practical worked hard to reduce (though not totally eliminate) the high-pitched whine that's endemic to these products. Trust me, your ears will thank you. Perhaps most importantly though, it's extremely satisfying to open and close, just like your favorite old Zippo.
Unlike a normal lighter, the Sparkr is unaffected by the wind, won't burn your thumb, and never runs out of fuel. When it dies, you just plug it in over USB to recharge it.
Sparkr Mini | $15 | Normally $17-$23
K-Cup Hot Chocolate
Keurig machines might not make great coffee, but they make much better hot chocolate than the packs of powder that you usually use. Amazon's Solimo brand offers a highly rated hot chocolate K-cup, and you can get 24 of them for just $9 today. That should be enough to get you through the rest of winter.
24-Pack Solimo Hot Chocolate K-Cups | $9 | Normally $12
Victorinox Chef's Knife
For years now, the Victorinox Fibrox chef's knife has been known as the best value in the space, and that's especially true today when you can get it for $30.
It doesn't have a fancy handle or an Instagram-ready blade covered in ripples, but it's well balanced, comfortable, easy to hone, and sharp. Very, very sharp. If your current knife has ever slipped off the side of an onion, or can't cut a tomato without squishing it, this'll be the best purchase you make today.
Victorinox Fibrox Chef's Knife | $30 | Normally $30-$45
Between your phone, your tablet, your smart watch, your Kindle, and your headphones, you probably need a lot of USB charging ports these days. Luckily, this charger has six of them, and is designed to sit on a desk, behind a nightstand, or even behind your couch.
Just be sure to clip the $14 coupon on the product page to get the deal.
Aukey 6-Port USB Charger | $16 | Normally $30 | Clip the $14 coupon
YETI Water Bottle
You should be drinking more water. All of us should be drinking more water. One way to drink more water? Treat yourself to a really nice water bottle.
The YETI Rambler holds 18 ounces of water (or anything else for that matter), and keeps your drink perfectly cold or hot for hours on end thanks to its double walled, vacuum sealed construction, all without transfering those temperature extremes to your fingers.
YETI Rambler 18 oz. Water Bottle | $22 | Normally $30
Pedialyte powder turns a bottle of plain water into a delicious, eletctrolyte-packed rehydration solution.
It also cures hangovers.
Pedialyte 6-Pack Strawberry Lemonade Packets | $9 | Normally $10-$11
Lanyard Lightning Cable
When you're out and about, all the portable chargers and battery packs in the world won't revive your dying iPhone if you forgot to bring a cable.
But that'll never be a problem with LifeProof's LifeActive lanyard charging cable, which can securely attach to any bag. Just pop nylon-braided cable out of the cap, and get charging.
LifeProof LifeActive Lanyard Lightning Cable | $12 | Normally $10-$23
Velcro Cable Ties
Velcro's OneWrap cable ties might be one of my favorite inventions...ever? Unlike most cable wraps, they feature a slipknot design that lets you tighten or loosen them without completely unwrapping them, making them great for bundling cables behind your desk, in your entertainment center, or even in your carry-on. This pack of 100 will be the best $9 you spend today.
Velcro OneWrap Cable Ties 100-Pack | $9 | Normally $10-$12
$35 Traveler Pants
When you're out and about, the right pants can make all the difference. Jachs' jeans and Traveler Pants incorporate four-way stretch materials that'll move with you whether you're hiking in the woods, sightseeing in a new city, or cramming yourself into an airline seat.
Oh, did I mention they cost $35? Just use promo code P35 to get that deal on any of the pants on this page.
Jachs Jeans and Traveler Pants | $35 | Normally $99 | Promo code P35
Delta Credit Cards
Delta just revamped all four of its consumer credit cards, and they're marking the occasion with some limited time welcome offers that could take you nearly anywhere in the world. Some cards offer as much as 100,000 bonus miles, so check out our roundup to see which one is right for you.
This is a tactical spork, and it costs five dollars. I assume you've already left this site to go buy it, but just in case you're still reading, the handle of the spork hides a serrated knife inside, so you've really got all three eating utensils in one camping-friendly package. Pretty forking cool, if you ask me.
Ka-Bar Tactical Spork | $5 | Normally $5-$7
It's not the most exciting deal, granted, but three tubes of Crest Pro Health toothpaste for $5 is the most practical purchase you'll make today. You can even save a few extra pennies if you use Subscribe & Save.
3-Pack Crest Pro Health Toothpaste | $5 | Normally $7
United Explorer Card
The United Explorer Card is one of our favorite airline credit cards, and right now's a particularly good time to apply, as you can get 60,000 bonus points after spending $3,000 in your first three months, compared to the usual 40,000 points after spending $2,000.
That's in addition to perks like United Club passes, primary rental car insurance, and access to lower priced award tickets that you don't normally see in ~$95/year airline credit cards.
Nature Nate’s Raw & Unfiltered Honey has a delicious drizzling of thousands of 5 star reviews, and you can get 32 ounces of the stuff (which is a LOT of honey, folks) for just $8 right now, with Prime shipping. That's a match for the best price Amazon's ever listed, so stock up.
Nature Nate’s Raw & Unfiltered Honey 32 oz. | $8 | Normally $9-$14
Microwave Rice Cooker
Cooking rice isn't exactly rocket science, but if you do it often, it never hurts to find a method that's faster and easier.
Joseph Joseph's microwave rice cooker includes a built in colander (so you'll actually rinse and drain your grains, for once), and can cook up to two cups of rice in about 15 minutes in the microwave (or less rice in even less time). According to reviews, the results are just as good as cooking on the stove, and when you're done, you can just throw the whole thing into the dishwasher for easy cleanup.
Joseph Joseph Microwave Rice Cooker | $12 | Normally $15
Apple's Latest iPad
Apple's latest entry-level iPad is good enough for nearly everyone. Even though it only costs $250 today (or $330 for the 128GB model), it supports the Apple Pencil, is the first entry-level iPad to support Apple's smart keyboard covers, and it even has a larger screen than its predecessors at 10.2".
Our advice? Get the 128GB version. $80 is a small price to pay for 4x the storage.
Apple iPad | $250-$330 | Normally $330-$430
Marriott Credit Cards
If you don't already have Marriott's $95/year Bonvoy Boundless or no-annual-fee Bonvoy Bold credit card, both are offering elevated welcome offers for a limited time. The Bonvoy Boundless in particular is one of our favorite travel rewards credit card, and will net you a whopping 100,000 points if you spend $5,000 on purchases in your first three months.
The Shower of the Future
Water usage is usually proportional to shower quality: all other things being equal, most of us prefer the feeling of a high-flow shower head to that of a low-flow shower head. Nebia by Moen might just change that.
Nebia isn't a new brand; it launched its original shower head back in 2017 to much acclaim, and an eye-popping $650 price tag. Two models, one Moen partnership, and an investment from Apple's Tim Cook later though, and the brand is back on Kickstarter with a new shower head that you can preorder for just $160 (down from the expected MSRP of $199).
While various features have been refined from Nebia's previous shower systems, the idea is the same. Rather than pushing out individual streams of water, Nebia's nozzles atomize your water into a fine mist (much like Delta's cult-favorite H2O Kinetic, but even finer), allowing it to achieve full-body water coverage while using only about 1.4 gallons of water per minute, or 45% less water than a typical shower head. That's great for the planet, and great for your water bill too.
I've used an older model myself, and it's a different experience than any other shower I've ever trie. It doesn't really feel like water is hitting you at all, and yet it gets you completely soaked faster than any normal shower head ever could. It's like stepping inside a warm rain cloud...or at least how I imagine that would feel.
In addition to the new lower price, Nebia by Moen is available for preorder in three different colors (including Moen's trademark Spot Resistant Nickel), can install easily in almost any bathroom, and can be purchased with an optional atomizing shower wand ($199 as a bundle) that docks to your wall magnetically, and can be used to create a full body spray.
The campaign is already fully funded, with deliveries expected in May. With Moen's backing and Nebia's years of experience in the field, we wouldn't expect any significant delays, but with Kickstarter projects, it's always a possibility.
Preorder Nebia by Moen Shower Head | $160 | Normally $199
A Really Good TV For $358
If you need a new TV to fully enjoy the NFL playoffs, Vizio's cult-favorite 55" M-Series TV is down to just $358, or $20 less than Black Friday.
That's a bargain basement price for a 55" 4K TV, but the Vizio M-Series doesn't skimp on features. You get 10 local dimming zones for better contrast, Dolby Vision HDR support for the latest content, and even quantum dot-powered pixels for more accurate colors, which heretofore were only available in Samsung's pricey QLED TVs.
Vizio 55" M-Series 4K TV | $358 | Walmart
Pressure washing dirty surfaces in a deeply satisfying process, and I highly recommend it to anyone that gets a rush from seeing a spotless kitchen, or purging all of your doubts and negative thoughts.
This electric pressure washer from Roav maxes out at 2100 PSI, which is enough to blast years' worth of grime off your patio. I've literally used this model to draw pictures on the stone pavers outside my parents' house. And if you attach one of the other included nozzles, it can also be suitable for washing a car, your windows, the side of the house, sports equipment, or anything else that's been collecting dirt for years.
Just clip the $25 coupon to blast a good chunk off of the price, and don't forget to grab an extension cord if you need one.
Roav Pressure Washer | $125 | Normally $150 | Clip the $25 coupon
Clever Cutlery Storage
Kitchen drawer space is a precious commodity, and for just $8, you can reclaim a few precious inches of your silverware drawer. Joseph Joseph's cutlery organizer uses oft-ignored vertical space to stack your forks, knives, and spoons partially on top of each other in overlapping compartments, rather than next to each other like nearly every other alternative.
The result? More room in the drawer for kitchen knives, meat thermometers, or whatever else you need to store.
Joseph Joseph Cutlery Organizer | $8 | Normally $10
While you're at it, a magnetic wristband basically gives you DIY superpowers by letting you store loose screws, nails, and bits to your wrist so you don't lose them. Get this one for just $7.
Tacklife Magnetic Wristband | $7 | Normally $13
Hue Smart Lights
Philips' Hue smart lighting system is best known for its colored bulbs, but most Hue owners will tell you that they usually just set their lights to various shades of white. So if you want to save money on bulbs, I suggest buying Hue White Ambiance lights, which are significantly less expensive than colored bulbs, but can still shift from energizing daylight to relaxing warm white, or anywhere in between.
Right now, you can add White Ambiance bulbs to your collection for just $21 each, the best price we've ever seen. Just note that you'll need a Hue Hub or an Echo Plus to control them.
Philips Hue White Ambiance Bulbs | $21 | Normally $24-$30