Welcome back, Seeqr readers, and we hope you're staying healthy and safe. Get set for the weekend with an educational software bundle to make the most of your time at home, a great printer for your home office, a clever cleaning tool for your grill, and a lot more.

Today's Big Deals

The Social Distancing Lifetime Subscription Bundle Ft. Rosetta Stone | $199
The Social Distancing Lifetime Subscription Bundle Ft. Rosetta Stone | $199

Our current period of home isolation is a great time to learn new skills, and the Social Distancing Lifetime Subscription Bundle from StackCommerce is chock full of learning opportunities.

$199 gets you lifetime access to all 24 Rosetta Stone language courses, which by itself is a $100 discount from Rosetta Stone's MSRP. You'll have lifetime access to all of  Rosetta Stone's online software from your computer, your tablet, or your phone, and once you master a language, you can just move on to another one without paying any extra.

But that's not all the bundle includes. You'll also get lifetime access to 12min, which synthesizes and condenses popular business and self-help books into 12 minute summaries, which you can either read or listen to in podcast form. 12min releases 30 new book summaries every month, and you'll have access to all new and previously released content forever. 12min plans normally cost $69 per year, but with this deal, you're effectively getting lifetime access for free.

And finally, the bundle also features lifetime access to KeepSolid VPN Unlimited, which can disguise your internet traffic when you're on a public hotspot, or potentially let you, say, view Netflix content intended for another country, just by connecting to a VPN server in that country.

The Social Distancing Lifetime Subscription Bundle Ft. Rosetta Stone | $199

Brother HLL2390DW Monochrome Laser Printer | $100 | Normally $100-$150
Brother HLL2390DW Monochrome Laser Printer | $100 | Normally $100-$150

You need a printer for your home office, and we all know that inkjet printers can be frustrating. But if you don't need to print in color, a Brother monochrome laser printer fixes almost every home printer ill that you've experienced. It's fast: 32 pages per minute fast. It's reliable: there's no carriage to jam. It's affordable to operate: toner cartridges last longer and cost less than printer ink.

This model includes a flatbed scanner with a copier function, and $100 is the low end of its usual $100-$150 price range.

Brother HLL2390DW Monochrome Laser Printer | $100 | Normally $100-$150

All-Clad 2 Quart Stainless Steel Kettle | $49 | Normally $100 | Clip the $26.25 coupon
All-Clad 2 Quart Stainless Steel Kettle | $49 | Normally $100 | Clip the $26.25 coupon

All-Clad's stovetop kettle isn't just gorgeous (but it is, of course, gorgeous). Its aluminum encapsulated base means that your water will boil more quickly too. It normally costs $100, but is now on sale for $75.

All-Clad 2 Quart Stainless Steel Kettle | $75 | Normally $100

Travelpro Maxlite 5 21" Carry-On Suitcase | $102 | Normally $108-$127

Airlines are increasingly enforcing weight limits on carry-on luggage, and one way to get ahead of the curve is to invest in a lighter carry-on. Travelpro's Maxlite 5 21" carry-on shed several pounds compared to Travelpro's other rolling luggage without sacrificing features, and $102 is the best price Amazon's listed on the bag in nearly a year. You might not need it right now, but you'll be glad to have it when you're able to travel again.

Travelpro Maxlite 5 21" Carry-On Suitcase | $102 | Normally $108-$127

2-Pack Tovolo Sphere Ice Molds | $8 | Normally $10
2-Pack Tovolo Sphere Ice Molds | $8 | Normally $10

Your favorite cocktail bar might be closed, but with these oversized spherical ice molds, you can make gorgeous cocktails of your own at home. Normally about $10 for a pack of two molds, you can get them for $8 today on Amazon.

Beyond just looking great, the 2.5" spheres have less exposed surface area to your beverage than multiple, smaller cubes would. That means the ice will melt less, and thus your drink will be less diluted.

2-Pack Tovolo Sphere Ice Molds | $8 | Normally $10

Aukey RGB Ring Lamp | $37 | Normally $50 | Promo code Y26FFDIG
Aukey RGB Ring Lamp | $37 | Normally $50 | Promo code Y26FFDIG

This completely unique LED desk lamp looks like an artifact from the future, but it can be in your present for $37 with promo code Y26FFDIG (down from the usual $50). It can be used as a standard white lamp with multiple color temperature settings, or put into RGB color mode with various presets for more festive occasions.

Aukey RGB Ring Lamp | $37 | Normally $50 | Promo code Y26FFDIG

The Grate Grill Scraper | $13 | Normally $17

The time has come to clean your grill to get it ready for spring, and this ingenious stainless steel scraper includes various sizes of grooves to wrap around your grates, and scrape away stuck on food and charring. It almost always sells for $17, but you can get it for $13 today.

The Grate Grill Scraper | $13 | Normally $17

Sonos Beam Sound Bar | $350 | Normally $400
Sonos Beam Sound Bar | $350 | Normally $400 | Plus $20 Amazon gift card

As TVs have gotten thinner, their built-in speakers have gotten worse. Luckily, sound bars like the Sonos Beam sound amazing, are incredibly easy to set up, and can double as internet-connected music speakers using the Sonos app and your favorite streaming service. The Beam is almost never discounted from its usual $400, but you can get it on Amazon for $350 right now.

But the best part of the Beam is that it can connect to your other Sonos speakers like the Sonos One, creating a truly wireless surround sound home theater system, or a multi-room music system that sounds amazing no matter where you are in the house. The Sonos One and the microphone-free Sonos One SL are both also on sale for $50 off their usual prices, which are rare discounts indeed.

Sonos Beam Sound Bar | $350 | Normally $400 | Plus $20 Amazon gift card

Sonos One | $149 | Normally $199

Sonos One SL | $129 | Normally $179

Peak Design Brand Sale | Amazon

Peak Design made its name as a camera accessory company, but now also makes the single best travel backpack I've ever used, an excellent duffel bag, and yes, gear for both DSLR owners and compact camera affionados, ranging from huge lens bags to unique straps and clips.

Peak's gear is consistently excellent, but also consistently expensive; it almost never goes on sale. But right now, pretty much everything the brand sells is on sale for 20-40% off, and most of it is down to the best price we've ever seen.

In particular, non-photographers won't regret grabbing the Peak Design Travel Line backpack (black/sage) for $240 from the usual $300. It's ruggedly built, can hold a shocking amount of gear, works with Peak's packing cubes and travel organizers, and can even fit under an airline seat if you're in basic economy.

Peak Design Brand Sale | Amazon

Even More Savings

  • Today only, you can secure a 12 month digital subscription to Wired for just $5, and read all of the issues on the tablet, laptop, or Kindle of your choice.
  • The Office is leaving Netflix at the end of the year, but you can own your own digital copy of the series forever for just $30, courtesy of Apple.
  • This Delta kitchen faucet can be turned on or off just by bumping it with your elbow, rather than grabbing a handle with your dirty handes. At $207, it's never been cheaper.
  • Apple's AirPods Pros bounce between $235 and their MSRP of $250 on Amazon, and right now, they're at the low end of that range.
  • This tiny adapter turns the USB-C port on your laptop or tablet into a standard USB port, and $6 is as cheap as it ever gets.
  • The Worx Landroid is essentially the Roomba of lawnmowers, and today's $850 deal is about $150 less than usual.
  • If you're going to be working from home for an extended period, an adjustable monitor arm can ensure that your screen is always in an ergonomic position. At $74, this Ergotech single monitor arm is down to its best price of the year.
  • Xbox Game Pass includes unlimited access to over 100 video games, which sounds like exactly what a lot of us need right now. If you buy three months for $45, Amazon will email you an additional three month code for free. Just make sure you see the promotional message at checkout before you complete your purchase.

Great Deals You Might Have Missed

  • If you've already watched everything you want to watch on Netflix, it might be time to subscribe to CuriosityStream, the Netflix of documentaries. Get a year of unlimited access for just $12 right now, down from the usual $20.
  • If you've never been a subscriber to Amazon Music Unlimited, you can get your first three months absolutely free right now, which should help you stay entertained and hosting family dance parties while we're all cooped up at home. The service is essentially equivalent to Apple Music or Spotify, and features unlimited access to essentially every song you could want to listen to.  
  • Moment makes, by far, the best smartphone camera lens attachments on the market, and you can score rare discounts on almost all of the brand's lenses, phone cases, and other photography accessories right now during its Spring Cleaning Sale.
  • There are toaster ovens, and there are full-featured countertop ovens that can also make toast. Breville's Smart Ovens are the latter.  The apartment-friendly compact model can make four pieces of toast at once, sure, but also bake a small batch of cookies, cook bacon, heat up a frozen pizza, roast vegetables, or do anything else you can do with a regular oven, as long as it fits inside. I've had a slightly larger version for about five years now, and it's still one of my most commonly used kitchen appliances.
  • 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
  • Our game collections are all under unprecedented strain, and if you're getting sick of all the board games and video games you already own, you can add some new options to your cabinet right now with Amazon's Buy 2, Get 1 Free Sale. Just add any three eligible games to your cart (you can even mix and match the video games and board games!), and you'll get the cheapest of the bunch for $0. As of now, there are over 400 eligible games included in the sale, but some of the most popular will inevitably sell out.
  • Herschel makes great looking, well-built bags of all sizes, and you can get one of its smallest for the best price in years right now. The Chapter Travel Kit could be a toiletry bag, a gadget organizer, or a makeup kit, and it's a bargain at just $18.
  • The Shovel Knight Treasure Trove is a great throwback to the early days of platforming, and you can download it to your Nintendo Switch for $25, down from the usual $40.
  • The two-channel ThermoWorks Smoke can monitor your meal's progress in a smoker or an oven, and alert you remotely when it reaches a desired temperature. It's rarely discounted from its usual $99, but you can get it for $74 right now, just in time for your socially distant spring cookouts.
  • In one of the most timely sales we've seen over the past month, Simplehuman is taking 25% off all of its touch-free trash cans and soap dispensers.
  • Nike just kicked off another big clearance sale, with savings of up to 40% on hundreds of styles.
  • If your phone can charge wirelessly, you know that you can never have enough charging pads. If you set one up on your nightstand, by the couch, in your home office, and in your kitchen, you'll pretty much never have to worry about a dying phone battery. This bundle from Anker includes both a charging pad and a charging stand, and you can get it for $20 today with promo code AKB25241.
  • Speaking of charging your phone, these Lightning cables for iPhones are nylon-braided for added durablility, and feature unique 90 degree connectors. Just clip the $3 coupon on the product page, and use promo code 96A8NPZH at checkout to get the two-pack for $10.
  • If you're low on kitchen space, this organizer is designed to sit inside a cabinet, and includes three tiered shelves to hold jars and spices, plus a small drawer to hide other things (may I suggest condiment packets from takeout?). $10 is a new all-time low.
  • If there was ever a time to tackle some home improvement projects, this would seem to be it. Wayfair just launched a Home Renovation Sale, with deals focused on things like bathroom fixtures, ceiling fans, tile and backsplashes, lighting, and yes...bidets. Every purchase you make could be a weekend project by itself, and we've all got a few weekends to fill.
  • They aren't truly wireless like AirPods, but these Bluetooth earbuds from Anker sound great, run for a full 10 hours on a charge, and you can get them for $20 today, down from the usual $26.
  • A heat diffuser for your stove has a lot of uses, including making Moroccan tagine, and you can get one for just $7 on Amazon.
  • You've probably heard a lot about Animal Crossing over the last few weeks, but if you don't have a Switch, Stardew Valley scratches the same calming, pastoral itch. Normally $8 on iOS and Android, it's down to $5 right now.
  • The Tales of Beedle the Bard is one of J.K. Rowling's in-universe books from the Harry Potter diaspora, and you can download the audiobook version for FREE right now, no Audible membership required.
  • This is a great time to learn some new skills, and mastering Adobe's Creative Suite can pay off in spades in terms of professional opportunities. Right now, $34 gets you unlimited access to eight different courses (with a total of over 500 individual lessons) to teach you Photoshop, Illustrator, Lightroom, After Effects, and more.
  • ExOfficio makes some of the most comfortable, quickest-drying underwear money can buy, and it's all 25% off right now at ExOfficio's site. That includes the new Underwear 2.0 line, which is more absorbent, faster drying, and is even better at neutralizing odors.
  • Need more space to spread out in your home office? This glass-topped, L-shaped desk from Ashley Furniture is in stock on Amazon, and at $153, it's on sale for the best price in nearly a year.
  • Sorry to be crass, but our bodies are designed to be squatting when we poop, and modern toilets don't really adhere to our physiology. Luckily, the Squatty Potty toilet stool can lift your knees into an ideal defecating position, and it's on sale for $17 from the usual $25.
  • If you need some more office supplies for home, Staples is taking $15 off $60 orders with promo code 60426, with some technology and PCs excluded.
  • GoPro's Fusion is one of the easiest ways to capture 360 footage (here's a cool example from the camera), and $199 is the cheapest it's ever been.
  • Try on a new pair of Clarks shoes, including the iconic Desert Boot, for 30% off with promo code TAKE30.
  • Instant Pot also makes an air fryer, and while it won't pressure cook like an actual Instant Pot, it can do nine other things: air fry, roast, broil, bake, toast, reheat, proof, dehydrate, and rotisserie. It can achieve the kinds of crispy results you'd get from deep frying, but without any unhealthy oil, and at $140, it's never been cheaper.
  • The Nintendo Switch isn't exactly ergonomic when played in handheld mode, but HORI's Split Pad Pro is a wrist-friendly alternative to the included Joy-Con controllers. Get thet set for $40 today, down from the usual $50.
  • And while you have the Split Pad Pro attached to your Switch, you can keep up to four Joy-Con charged with this PowerA dock, on sale for $15 from the usual $20.
  • Marvel's Infinity Gauntlet is the comic series that inspired the overarching narrative of the last decade of Marvel movies, and you can read all six issues on the tablet of your choice for under $3.
  • The 2019 edition of The Joy of Cooking features over 4,000 recipes, and more importantly, strives to teach you how to love the process of cooking. Download it to your Kindle for just $3.  
  • Staub is one of those kitchen brands that most of us see in catalogs, but never expect to actually own yourself. Right now though, you can get a 4 qt. Staub Cocotte from Target for just $100, in your choice of colors. Use your REDCard for an extra $5 off.
  • The clever Adjust-A-Cup from KitchenAid can be a 1/8-cup measuring cup, a 1-cup measuring cup, or anything in between. Just twist it until the bottom lines up with the measurement you need. Get it for $8, the low end of its usual $8-$17 price range.
  • This tiny Kershaw knife can clip to your keychain, and is great for opening up all the online deliveries you've been getting. At $7, it's down to its best price of the year.
  • Using Hulu to help pass the time? If you buy a $100 Hulu gift card from Best Buy right now, you'll get a $15 bonus Best Buy gift card at checkout.
  • A ComiXology Unlimited subscription grants unlimited access to over 25,000 digital comic books and graphic novels, and the company just extended its free trial period to 60 days to help you pass the time at home.
  • The NEOGEO Mini features 40 built-in arcade classics to pass the time, and can be played on its built-in screen, or connected to a TV over HDMI. At $50, it's never been cheaper on Amazon.
  • The sun is finally staying out later thanks to daylight saving time, but if you're stuck inside and don't get enough of it during the day, a sunlight simulating lamp can do wonders for your mood. I have this one from Miroco on in my office right now, and it's back on sale for $30.
  • Cole Haan's All Day Trainers are our favorite shoes for traveling, or for just hanging out at home. They're ultra comfortable, easy to slip on and off thanks to an elasticized cuff, and look a lot nicer than most sneakers. As part of Cole Haan's Spring Sale, several different colors for men and women are on sale for as little as $60, down from the original $150-$200.