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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
Nespresso takes the convenience of Keurig, and applies it to coffee that's actually...you know. Good.
The Nespresso Inissia is one of the smallest coffee makers in the company's lineup, but still achieves 19 bars of pressure (the baseline for good espresso is 15), to achieve delicious, smooth, and highly caffeinated espresso in a matter of seconds, no barista required.
At $80, it's down to its best price on Amazon in over two years, and that means it'll pay for itself even faster than usual if it helps you cut down on trips to the coffee shop.
Nespresso Inissia Espresso Maker | $80 | Normally $120-$140
$30 True Wireless Headphones
If you like the idea of AirPods--truly wireless headphones that pair instantly and charge inside their own carrying case--but don't feel like spending over $150, then this deal's for you.
Anker's surprisingly great Liberty Neo true wireless headphones are one of the best values in the space at their usual $50, but you can get them for just $30 today on Amazon. The earbuds feature the latest Bluetooth 5.0 technology for reliable pairing to your phone, they run for five hours on a charge (plus 15 more if you count the battery case), and are even IPX7 waterproof, so you can wear them while you sweat, or out in the rain.
Anker Liberty Neo True Wireless Headphones | $30 | Normally $50
Black Friday Tablet Prices
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 entire lineup back down to the same prices we saw on Black Friday, starting at just $35 for the entry-level 7" tablet, and going up to $100 for the 1080p 10" model.
Our advice though? Go for the $50 Fire HD 8. It's only $15 more than the 7", but has a bigger, sharper screen, better battery life, more RAM, and better speakers for watching movies.
Amazon Fire 7 Tablet | $35 | Normally $50
Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet | $50 | Normally $80
Amazon Fire HD 10 Tablet | $100 | Normally $150
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 $174, or an individual Eero router (which is a very good router on its own) for just $69, down from the usual $99.
Depending on how you arrange them, three routers could cover a home of up to 5,000 square feet with fast, consistent internet. This deal is $75 less than the usual price for this bundle.
Eero Mesh Wi-Fi Router 3-Pack | $174 | Normally $250
Eero Wi-Fi Router | $69 | Normally $99
Dual Wireless Charger
If you own more than one device that can charge wirelessly, this attractive, minimal charging pad can juice up two at the same time. Get it for $20 today, down from the usual $30.
Seneo Dual Qi Wireless Charger | $20 | Normally $30
Echo Wall Clock
You probably use your Echo smart speaker to set timers in the kitchen, but without an easy way to visually reference those timers while you're stirring a pot or have your hands covered in raw chicken juice, they can only be so useful.
Enter the Echo Wall clock, which is just a regular wall clock, but with a Bluetooth connection to your Echo speaker, and an array of 60 LEDs around the edge to visualize how much time is left on your Alexa timers. And not for nothing, it also uses that Bluetooth connection to keep perfect time, and even adjust itself automatically for daylight saving time.
Echo Wall Clock | $24 | Normally $30
Official iPhone Dock
If you bought Apple's official Lightning iPhone dock at an Apple Store, it would cost you $50. If you buy it from Amazon today, it'll only cost you $19. That's just simple math.
Apple Lightning Dock | $19 | Normally $50
Retractable Box Cutter
You don't want to ruin your kitchen knives opening all of those packages you bought from Seeqr Deals. Instead, get this tiny, retractable, ceramic box cutter from Slice for just $7, down from the usual $10.
The rounded, ceramic blade won't easily cut skin, but will tear through tape, cellophane, and even blister packs with ease.
Slice Retractable Box Cutter | $7 | Normally $10
Viral Hair Tool
The One-Step combines the powers of a hair brush with the airflow of a hair dryer to dry and style your hair at the same time while adding volume. It has a cult following for a reason, and you can find out why for one of the best prices ever.
Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer | $36 | Normally $36-$54
20% Off Nike Clearance
There's nothing to motivate you to keep working on your New Year's fitness resolutions quite like buying yourself some new workout clothes.
Right now, Nike's taking an extra 20% off their entire clearance section with promo code ALLYOU. Just use the sidebar tools to sort by clothing type, sport, size, and more to narrow down your options.
Extra 20% Off Sale Styles | Nike | Promo code ALLYOU
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If you live near a body of water, but don't have the storage space for a real boat, an inflatable kayak is a great compromise, and this one's within $1 of an all-time low price.
$36! For a working watercraft! What a world we live in.
Intex Inflatable Kayak | $36 | Normally $35-$70
You (hopefully) use hand soap multiple times per day, so when you can get highly rated Mrs. Meyers products on sale, you might as well stock up.
3-Pack Mrs. Meyers Rosemary Hand Soap | $9 | Normally $10-$12
If you experience wrist pain when you use a computer mouse for extended periods, your best recourse is to stop using a computer mouse.
But since that's almost never a realistic option, your next best course of action might be to buy this ergonomic vertical mouse from Anker for just $14 with promo code ANKER7852. It's designed to keep your wrist in a more natural position than a regular mouse, and with five buttons and multiple DPI levels, it doesn't sacrifice features.
Anker Wireless Vertical Mouse | $14 | Normally $17 | Promo code ANKER7852
Wings For Life
One of Butcher Box's best annual promotions is back, just in time for the big game. If you sign up for a subscription to the meat delivery service, they'll throw in three pounds of free range organic chicken wings.
And then, they'll include them with your next box too.
And the next box.
And the next box.
And every box for the entire lifetime of your subscription. That's 36 pounds of free chicken wings every year,
Sign up for a new account here, pick your desired assortment of proteins, and they'll throw in the wings automatically. Like all of ButcherBox's offerings, the chickens that your wings came from were humanely raised, and never given antibiotics or added hormones, and everything else you get in your box will have been raised to the same standard.
Free Chicken Wings For Life | Butcher Box
Glass leftover containers are just better than plastic ones; there's really no debate to be had here. Unlike plastic, these GlassLock containers are microwave, freezer, and even oven-safe, and they won't absorb food odors or stains over time.
At $24 for a pack of seven (seven containers with seven matching lids), they're a little more expensive than regular Tupperware, but they'll basically last you forever, or at least until Janice "loses" them after your neighborhood potluck. Sure, Janice, sure.
GlassLock Food Storage Set | $24 | Normally $30
Tire Pressure Gauge
Winter's fluctuating temperatures can wreak havoc on your tire pressure, but for just $7 (with promo code OLRIJY56), you can keep a close eye on your PSI. This tire pressure monitor from Tacklife features a backlit screen, and even a flashlight on the tip, so you can easily use it in the dark.
Tacklife Digital Tire Gauge | $7 | Normally $10 | Promo code OLRIJY56
Cascade Platinum Plus+ dishwasher packs are some of the best that money can buy, and today on Amazon, they cost a lot less money than usual. Clip the $5 coupon and stack Subscribe & Save savings (you can always cancel after your first delivery) t0 get a tub of 70 packs for just $14.
70-Count Cascade Platinum Plus+ Dishwasher Packs | $14 | Normally $20 | Clip the $5 coupon and use Subscribe & Save
Do your pets deserve more toys?
That was a rhetorical question. Of course they do.
For a limited time, Chewy's offering big discounts on hundreds of different playthings for furry friends of all shapes and sizes. Everything ships for free in 1-2 days on orders over $49, so throw in some pet food or medicine that you'll need to buy anyway to hit the threshhold.
Electric lighters, in addition to just being generally cool and interesting, are better than traditional lighters in pretty much every way imaginable. They work in heavy wind, they never run out of fuel, and you can use them upside down without burning your thumb.
Tacklife's electric candle lighter is one of the least expensive models on the market, but I've used it in my home for years. At just $6 (after clipping the $5 coupon and using Subscribe & Save), it's a no-brainer impulse buy.
Note: I'm not sure why Subscribe & Save is an option here, since the lighter is rechargeable and you won't need to buy a new one for many years, but use it to save a dollar, then cancel the subscription once the lighter ships.
Tacklife Electric Lighter | $7 | Normally $12 | Clip the $5 coupon and use Subscribe & Save
New Life For Old Glasses
Have an old, out-of-date pair of glasses gathering dust in your nightstand? Lensabl can put new lenses into any pair of glasses you want, and you can get a pair of fresh lenses for 20% off right now with promo code SEE20, or two pairs for 25% off with code SEE25.
Here's how it works:
- Visit Lensable, and decide what kind of lenses you want. Sunglasses? Blue light-blocking? Prescription? Non-prescription? Transitions? Lensabl does them all, and their pricing is upfront and transparent.
- Upload a photo of your latest prescription, if you're buying prescription lenses.
- Check out with promo code SEE20 or SEE25 to save.
- Lensabl will send you a prepaid box for you to ship your frames. Less than two weeks later, they'll send them back with your new lenses installed.
The process is a lot cheaper than buying an entirely new set of frames from the optometrist, and if you already have frames that you like, this is a great way to extend their life. You can even take the opportunity to turn an old pair of eyeglasses into prescription sunglasses, or finally get a pair of blue light-blocking glasses to help you get to sleep at night.
20% Off One Pair or 25% Off Two Pairs | Lenasbl | Promo code SEE20 or SEE25, respectively
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There are few things in life more satisfying than making your own sushi rolls from scratch, and this $7 kit has everything you need to get started (except for, you know, the food).
That gets you two rolling mats, a rice paddle, a rice spreader, and five pairs of chopsticks, all of which are made from real bamboo wood. You'll still need to go out and buy the rice, veggies, seaweed, and sushi grade fish (please, please, please make sure it's sushi grade), but trust me when I say that you're in for a fun and delicious night.
Sushi Making Kit | $7 | Normally $8-$10
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
You probably already have a USB car charger, but do you have one with a USB-C port that can power a laptop or a Nintendo Switch? I didn't think so.
Clip the 20% coupon to get it for $11. And actually, go ahead and buy two, because you should always keep one of them in your suitcase for use in rental cars.
Aukey Dual Port Car Charger With USB-C | $11 | Normally $14 | Clip the 20% coupon
These velvet clothes hangers are thinner than regular plastic hangers, which saves space in your closet, and their velvet covering makes clothes much less likely to slip, slide, and wrinkle. Get 50 of them for just $18, or buy several packs and upgrade every hanger in your closet at once.
50-Pack Velvet Coat Hangers | $18 | Normally $20
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
If you live in a snowy climate, it's worth keeping a shovel in your car to dig out of the snow. But if you don't want to dedicate your entire trunk to a huge tool that you may or may not have to use, you can save on one of DMOS's popular and resilient collapsible shovels today.
Huckberry's currently discounting those space saving shovels, plus a shovel mount, and even a full roadside emergency kit, all with free shipping and returns.
DMOS Shovel Sale | Huckberry
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.
If you don't have a Southwest credit card, there's never been a better time to apply. All three consumer cards currently offer welcome bonuses of up to 75,000 points, which are worth over $1,100 in travel. We've rounded up all the details and your options here.
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
If you want to be ready to go camping as soon as the weather turns, you should grab this 11-person tent from Ozark Trail for just $105, down from $199. You probably wouldn't want to actually put 11 people in there, but you could fit your entire family, and still have room to actually move around inside.
Ozark Trail 11-Person Tent | $105 | Normally $199
If your suitcase doesn't have a TSA lock built into the zipper, you can grab two standalone locks for just $6 today with promo code KCH7237I. Unlike a lot of TSA locks, these feature a flexible cable that'll be easier to thread through most zippers than a rigid metal ring.
2-Pack Tacklife TSA Locks | $6 | Normally $11 | Promo code KCH7237I
Holiday Decor Closeouts
🎵 It's the most wonderful time of the year (to buy holiday decorations). 🎵
If you're a savvy shopper, you know that January is the best time to buy holiday decor at closeout prices, and Home Depot currently has over 1,000 products marked down by up to 75%. Options range from single ornaments to entire artificial Christmas trees, so make your picks before the decoration boxes get buried too deep in your garage.
Holiday Decor Sale | Home Depot
Stripping herbs is nobody's favorite kitchen task, but the Chef'n Zipstrip Herb Stripper makes it as easy as pulling the stem through a hole. Just give the woody stem a yank, and the leaves will all collect in the bowl below. There, now you don't have an excuse for skipping the greenery next time you cook dinner.
Chef'n Zipstrip Herb Stripper | $5 | Normally $6
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
Eventually, I believe, we’ll be rid of AA batteries. But until that time, it’s worth investing in rechargeables. Amazon’s AmazonBasics rechargeable batteries are consistently well reviewed, and you can get eight of them for just $14 right now. Compared to the price of regular AAs, these will pay for themselves after just a couple or recharges.
8-Pack AmazonBasics Rechargeable AA Batteries | $14 | Normally $14-$16
Instant Pot Blender
The Instant Pot Ace blender is an Instant Pot only in name; it has some hot blending programs for soups, but it’s a blender, not a pressure cooker. That said, at just $45, it’s a very affordable blender, and a very good one for the price.
Instant Pot Ace Blender | $45 | Normally $90
Most LEGO sets these days are Star Wars or Minecraft-branded, but if you really want to spark your kid's imagination, you should get them this Classic Brick Box, which includes 790 assorted LEGO bricks (including base plates, windows, and doors), and no instructions. Go nuts!
LEGO Classic Brick Box | $40 | Normally $48
Smartphone Camera Lenses
If your phone is the only camera you travel with, that doesn't mean you can't pack multiple lenses. This clip-on wide angle lens lets you capture more of what's around you in every shot, and it also comes with a screw-on macro lens that lets you capture images up close. Like, millimeters away close. Like, see details you'd never catch with the naked eye close. If you've never used a macro lens, trust me, it's incredibly fun.
Use promo code H8QT49JU to get the kit for just $5.
Wide Angle/Macro Lens Phone Camera Attachment | $5 | Normally $16 | Promo code H8QT49JU
If I could make a modest prediction: hot honey will be the trendiest condiment of 2020. It's like honey, which is awesome, but spicier, which is makes it more interesting.
Drizzle it on pizza! Dress up brussels sprouts! Squeeze it onto some waffles! Pour it over your ice cream! Drain the bottle directly into your mouth...you deserve it, dang it!
Mike's Hot Honey | $7 | Normally $9
A Charger That Can Do Both
These days, you probably travel with some devices that charge over USB-C, and some that charge with regular old USB cables. Luckily, this tiny charger includes one of each type of port, plus enough power to charge a laptop. Clip the 15% coupon to get it for $30.
Aukey 60W USB-C/USB-A Travel Charger | $30 | Normally $35 | Clip the $5 coupon
This time of year, I would live in slippers if I could. Luckily, Huckberry's offering discounted comfy footwear from some great brands like Pendleton, SeaVees, and Minnetonka right now, including both slip-ons for going to the bathroom at night, and more full-formed shoes that you could wear out of the house.
Slipper Sale | Huckberry
Want to watch TV in bed without disturbing your partner, or in the living room without waking up your kids? Sennheiser's RS 185 RF Wireless Headphone System lets you listen to any TV with a pair of headphones without any distracting lag, and will even let you dial in your audio settings so everything sounds just right.
Just be warned...they'll sound a lot better than your TV's sound system, so you'll want to use them even when you aren't trying to keep the house quiet.
Sennheiser RS 185 RF Wireless Headphone System | $200 | Normally $240-$270
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
The Cure For Dry Skin
We're in peak dry skin season, but Amazon's here to help with two bottles of Cetaphil's insanely popular moisturizing lotion for just $11, an all-time low.
2-Pack Cetaphil Moisturizing Lotion | $11 | Normally $14-$18
Mr. Beams Spotlights
This time of year, it's almost certainly dark by the time you get home from work, but Mr. Beams spotlights can help ensure you don't trip on your way to the front door. The battery-operated lights only come on when they detect movement, and last for about a year on a charge, so you won't have to worry about running wiring or replacind the D-cell batteries very often.
If you hurry, Amazon will ship you two lights for just $12, and you can install them both in a matter of minutes.
2-Pack Mr. Beams Motion Sensing Spotlights | $12 | Normally $20
Travel-Friendly Wet Ones
A pack of Wet Ones is a great addition to any travel bag. They kill 99.9% of germs, they won't trigger a TSA search like a bottle of hand sanitzer might, and they're as great for cleaning up spills and messes as they are for washing hands on the go.
This box from Amazon includes 10 travel-friendly packs of 20 wipes, and you can get it delivered for just $9 when you use Subscribe & Save (you can cancel after your first delivery) and clip the 20% coupon. The $11 pre-coupon price is actually a great deal on this box on its own, which usually sells for $15.
10-Pack 20-Count Wet Ones Travel Wipes | $9 | Normally $15 | Clip the 20% coupon
Balance Ball Cushion
If you want to enjoy the core workout benefits of sitting on a balance ball at work, but without being that person that sits on a balance ball at work, Gaiam makes a balance ball cushion that you can set on your existing chair, and it's on sale.
Gaiam Balance Cushion | $18 | Normally $22
Your big rolling suitcase doesn't really work as a day bag once you arrive at your destination, but Paravel's folding duffel is small enough to fit inside that suitcase, so you can unfurl it once you arrive.
The Paravel duffel can fold down into a built-in, tablet-sized pouch that you can stuff inside any suitcase. It would work well as a gym bag, a shopping bag, or even as a "rescue bag" for vacations where you end up buying too many souvenirs, and need to check an extra suitcase home. No wonder it was one of Oprah's favorite things in 2018.
Normally $60-$65, it's marked down to an all-time low $34 on Amazon right now, with an extra $5 clippable coupon to bring it down to $29. You can even choose from two different colors.
Paravel Folding Duffel | $29 | Normally $60-$65 | Clip the $5 coupon
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 new 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.
Scotch Flex & Seal Shipping Roll 20' | $16 | Normally $16-$19
Umbra's floating bookshelves aren't just your typical low-profile shelves. They actually include tiny metal lips below the main shelf, which allows you to hide the shelf inside the cover of the bottom-most book, effectively turning any book into the shelf that holds your other books. It's a really cool effect that's sure to impress, and you can get three of the shelves right now for $21, down from the usual $30.
3-Pack Umbra Floating Bookshelves | $21 | Normally $30
Don't waste a plastic bag every time you want to save half an onion, tomato, lime, or any other fruit or vegetable you cut in half, Get this set of flexible food huggers to cover up the exposed side to keep the rest from drying out. $7 gets you four dishwasher-safe huggers, in four different sizes.
Faberware Food Huggers 4-Pack | $7 | Normally $7-$9