Welcome back, Seeqr readers! Today you can save on a dream vacation in Bali (redeemable through December 2022), get an extra 20% off Cole Haan's summer favorites, learn how to make a mean cocktaill at home, and a lot more.
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You might not be able to travel to Bali right this minute, but if you treat yourself to this deal from Travelzoo, you'll secure an incredible deal on the vacation of a lifetime, with the flexibility to use it any time until December 2022.
For $899, you and a guest can stay for a full seven nights at the Prasana Villa by Arjani Resorts in Uluwatu, Bali, complete with your own private 1,550 square foot villa, your own private pool, free daily breakfast, and more. And if you buy the voucher now and decide not to use it later, Travelzoo will give you a full refund up until the trip's expiration date over two years from now.
Prasana Villa has a perfect 5/5 rating on TripAdvisor, and room rates next summer are regularly over $300 per night, meaning this deal is essentially seven nights for the price of three. As an added bonus, you'll also get a free one-way airport transfer, one floating breakfast served in your private pool, and a 60 minute massage per person. Travelzoo also has packages on sale for larger ocean view villas and longer stays, if you want to splurge.
7-Night Bali Getaway | $899 | Valid through 12/20/22, and fully refundable.
Cole Haan Summer Favorites
Cole Haan's 1,000+ item Grand Summer Sale has wound down, but they're keeping the discounts going for roughly 150 "summer favorites," now with an additional 20% off at checkout on top of the already steep savings.
The selection is limited compared to past Cole Haan sales, and sizing can be hit or miss (you can filter by size in the sidebar to see what's available that'll fit you), but the deals are hard to beat.
For women, the deals mostly consist of sandals and sunglasses, but there are some espadrilles in there too if you keep scrolling. For guys, expect sandals, boat shoes, and some oxfords with breathable knit uppers. Just remember that you won't see the additional 20% off until you get to checkout.
Extra 20% Off Summer Favorites | Cole Haan
True Wireless Headphones
One of the most popular deals we spotted back in June is back!
If you like the idea of Apple's 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 been turning out the best budget true wireless headphones for years, and the brand's SoundcoreLifeP2 earbuds are one of the best values in the space at their usual $60. But for a limited time, you can get them for just $45 on Amazon.
Despite the low price, these 'buds actually outdo AirPods in the all-important battery life department, with up to seven hours of continuous playtime, plus a total of 40 hours of use if you include the charging case.
Anker SoundCore Life P2 | $45 | Normally $60
Whether you're backing up your files, taking higher resolution videos and photos with your camera, storing more games on your Nintendo Switch, or even setting up your own personal, private cloud, Amazon's one day digital storage sale has the tools you need.
Inside, you'll find microSD cards (our pick: this 512GB card for an all-time low $64), SD cards, flash drives, external hard drives, portable SSDs, and even an 8TB hard drive that you can access over the internet. Just remember that like all Gold Box deals, these prices are only available today, and the best stuff could sell out early.
Digital Storage Gold Box | Amazon
Bars might be closed, but you can use this time to become a masterful at-home mixologist with this 10 hour course bundle from StackSocial. Taught by a certified sommelier, they'll teach you how to make all sorts of cocktails, appreciate subtle notes in wine, and make your drinks look as nice as the ones served at your favorite fancy cocktail bar. Use promo code MIX20 to get it for $24, down from the usual $30.
The Mixologist & Budding Bartender Bundle | $24 | Normally $30 | Promo code MIX20
We all just kind of put up with messy cords in our homes, because it would be really hard to live without them. But nobody actually likes seeing cables and power cords strewn about, whether behind their TV, running from lamps to the wall, or under their desk.
This 10'+ set of channel concealers sticks to your walls, and hides a cord in plain sight. They're even paintable, if you want to go the extra mile and really make them blend into the wall.
The set includes eight straight segments (which can be cut to length), plenty of right angle adapters, and mounting tape to affix everything in place, all for under $14, slightly below its usual $14-$16 price range.
125" Channel Cable Concealer System | $14 | Normally $14-$16
By pressing the gauge up against an oddly shaped corner or intricate trim piece, the 1.4mm teeth will adhere to the shape and "remember" it, allowing you to trace the shape onto something else that you intend to cut. It's a very niche tool, but it's one that you'll be really glad to have when the need arises.
This one from RAK isn't the cheapest gauge we've seen, but at $25, it's a great deal for one with a locking feature, which securely locks the teeth in place so you don't have to worry about accidentally moving them while you trace.
RAK Contour Gauge With Lock | $25 | Normally $25-$35
Joseph Joseph DrawerStore
Do you want more space in your kitchen cabinets?
That was a rhetorical question. Everyone wants more space in their kitchen cabinets.
Joseph Joseph's simple-yet-ingenious DrawerStore uses angled compartments and vertical space to slightly stack your spoons, forks, and knives rather than storing them all side-by-side, freeing up some precious drawer space for your other kitchen gear. At $7 (down from $10), it's a heck of a lot cheaper than putting in new cabinetry.
Joseph Joseph DrawerStore Cutlery Organizer | $7 | Normally $10
Forsake's sneakerboots combine the comfort and looks of sneakers with the durability, support, and grip of a good pair of hiking boots. This "peak to pavement" approach making them perfect for adventurous travelers who want to save room in their suitcase, or day hikers who want to go straight from the trail to the bar.
We've covered why we love them over on The Discoverer, and here's what our Jersey Griggs had to say:
"As a combo boot and sneaker, Forsake shoes are comfortable for walking, they have good ankle support, and they’re extremely waterproof. In the winter, the leather uppers keep my toes warm, while the sturdy outsole prevents slippage on the ice. During spring, aka mud season in Maine, they keep my feet dry on my favorite walking trails. And when I wear my Patch boots out and about around town, I get complimented on them all the time."
$40-$60 Off Sneakerboots | Forsake
If you don't want to rely on the kindness--not to mention the photography skills--of strangers to take photos of your family when you travel, it's worth investing in a travel tripod. This Joby GorillaPod features flexible legs that let it stand up on uneven surfaces, or even hang from fences and tree branches, and it can support camera weighing up to 2.2 pounds.
Joby GorillaPod 1K | $27 | Normally $32-$50
The Frame TV
Samsung's "The Frame" TV elevates the humble television set to high art. It's a great TV, yes, with Samsung's quantum dot-powered color reproduction tech, 4K resolution, HDR, and a suite of built-in smart apps.
But there are lots of TVs with all that stuff. The Frame separates itself by offering optional, high-end picture frame bezels that make it look like a, well, like a huge picture frame. A built-in art mode uses a motion sensor to detect when you're around while the TV is off, and transforms your screen into one of your favorite works of art. And Samsung's art store lets you purchase and download more paintings from some of your favorite artists.
Samsung The Frame TV (50"-75") | $1,098-$2,598 | Normally $1,300-$3,000
Once this <gestures at the world> is all over, I'd say we all deserve an epic vacation. I won't lie and say that this Maldives vacation package is affordable, but it's about as close to it as you're ever likely to see.
For $2,495, two people can stay in a villa with a private plunge pool at the Park Hyatt Maldives for five nights, complete with free breakfast and dinner, which is a big deal because food in the Maldives is famously expensive. The room rate alone for that villa would normally run about $1,300 per night, no food included. But if you're going all the way to the Maldives anyway, you might as well upgrade to an overwater villa for $3,775 for five nights.
Those rates are per room for five nights (double occupancy), not per person, and include taxes and fees which would normally add 24% to your room rate. Best of all, you can redeem your voucher any time (based on availability) until October 31, 2022. And yes, if you're unable to make the trip, the voucher is fully refundable until its expiration date.
Needless to say, getting to the Maldives won't be cheap (unless you've been strategically stockpiling points), and your seaplane transfer from Male to the resort will run $520 per adult, roundtrip. But the Maldives is a bucket list trip, and this is about as cheap as it'll ever run.
5-Night Flexible Maldives Vacation | $2,495
Sugru moldable glue is a DIY lover's best friend. The putty can be used to repair objects, enhance the grip of tools, create art, or serve as the foundation of any number of projects that you can discover on Sugru's website. Personally, I'm a big fan of the kitchen tablet holder project.
Right now, you can get Sugru's Hacks For Your Home starter kit, complete with four packs of Sugru and some ideas to get you started, for an all-time low $8.
Sugru Hacks For Your Home Starter Kit | $8 | Normally $9-$12
Amazon's Echo Show smart displays have all of the features you'd expect from an Alexa-powered smart speaker, but with the addition of hands-free video calling, on-demand live views of all of your home security cameras and video doorbells, and of course, instant access to all of your favorite streaming video services.
Amzon Echo Show 5 | $60 | Normally $90
Amazon Echo Show 8 | $90 | Normally $130
Amazon Echo Show 10 | $180 | Normally $230
TP-Link's tiny Tapo smart plugs let you control any power outlet with Alexa, Google Assistant, or your smartphone, no matter where you are in the world. They're great for things like holiday lights, floor fans, lamps, and anything else with an on/off switch, and if you put them into Away Mode when you're out of the house, and they'll automatically toggle your lights on and off at random to make potential burglars think that someone's home.
Normally $28-$40 for a pack of four, you can get them for just $25 today, which not too long ago would have been a great price for a single smart plug.
4-Pack TP-Link Tapo Smart Plug | $25 | Normally $28-$40
After quickly selling out the first time around, Everlane's fashionable face masks are back in stock, and at just $25 for a 5-pack, they're one of the best deals in the space. 10% of every sale benefits the ACLU, and they've already donated $600,000 to the organization.
There are so many self-help and business books worth reading, but nobody could possibly read them all cover-to-cover. Luckily, 12min synthesizes and condenses the key passages and ideas from books worth reading into 12 minute summaries, which you can either read on your phone, or listen to in podcast form.
12min releases 30 new summaries of bestselling books every month, so you can digest the lessons from a new book every single day. And as soon as you sign up, you'll also have access to every previously released summary as well, so you can work through all of the books that have been on your reading list for too long. 12min plans normally cost $69 per year, but with this deal from StackSocial, you can get a lifetime subscription for just $33 (with promo code 12MIN15). Needless to say, that's the best deal we've ever seen.
Lifetime 12min Subscription | $33 | Normally $69 per year | Promo code 12MIN15
Amazon Music Unlimited
At the usual $8 per month for Prime Members ($10 for non-members), Amazon Music Unlimited was already a better deal than Spotify or Apple Music. Now though, new members can get their first three months for free.
Just remember to cancel before the end of your three month trial to avoid getting charged, if you don't want to remain a member.
Three Months Free | Amazon Music Unlimited | New members only
Portable Air Conditioner
It's hot pretty much everywhere in the country right now, but you can get some relief with this discounted EvaChill portable air conditioner, now an extra 10% off with promo code CHILL10.
EvaChill is essentially a tiny evaporative cooler, or swamp cooler, meaning it uses a water-saturated filter and a fan to cool the air around you while raising the humidity. Unfortunately, that means it won't be very effective in humid areas, particularly outdoors, but our friends in drier regions will reap the benefits.
It's also powered by a USB cable, meaning you can plug it into basically any portable battery pack or USB charger, so you could easily run it overnight in a tent, or just set it on your home office desk if your work space gets too stuffy in the afternoons.
The gadget typically sells for $80-$100, but has been sold out at most retailers over the past several weeks, making this a particularly...cool deal. You can save even more by opting for the 2-pack, which'll come out to $135 with the same promo code.
EvaChill Portable Air Conditioner | $72 | Normally $80-$100 | Promo code CHILL10
Whether you're an avid camper or just want to be prepared for a long power outage, this 28W portable solar panel from RAVPower can charge three USB-powered devices at once, including phones, tablets, and portable battery packs.
It's sold for $70-$75 pretty much since it was released last year, but it just dropped to $50, and a $15 clippable coupon on the page brings it down to $35. That's one of the best deals we've ever seen on any portable solar charger, let alone one this powerful.
RAVPower 28W Solar Charger | $35 | Normally $70-$75 | Clip the $15 coupon
Private Internet Access
Whether you're protecting your private data while using public Wi-Fi or just trying to watch streaming services' overseas libraries, everyone should have access to VPN service to mask their devices' locations and anonymize their data.
Private Internet Access is one of the easiest VPNs to use, and works with computers, tablets, and phones alike. With a few clicks, your phone in Oklahoma City could appear to all the world to be located in New York City, or London, or Tokyo, or dozens of cities in between.
Right now, if you buy two years of access for $70 (which works out to under $3 per month), they'll throw in two bonus months for free. It's not a huge discount, but PIA rarely offers any deals at all.
Two Months Free With Purchase of Two Years | Private Internet Access
The Philips HF3520 will work as a traditional alarm clock complete with multiple alarm sounds and an FM radio function, but will start slowly fading in a warm glow that mimics the sunrise, starting from 30 minutes prior to your scheduled wake-up time. Everybody hates getting woken up from a deep, dream-filled sleep, and in my experience at least, a wake-up light usually eases me out of deep REM sleep into a lighter sleeping pattern, so that I wake up feeling rested when my alarm goes off, and not hating life.
Philips HF3520 Wake-Up Light | $88 | Normally $94-$140
Your ambitious summer travel plans might be on hold, but you can still have a picnic, dang it.
Rumpl makes some of the most popular camping and packable picnic blankets out there, not to mention cute koozies, wearable blanket ponchos, and indoor sherpa-lined blankets to help you get cozy. Right now, you can save 25% on a variety of season-ending styles with promo code PDXMAKER. So pick a blanket, grab your quarantine crew, and go enjoy a (preferably international-themed) picnic while the weather's nice.
Don't see anything you want? REI's 4th of July Sale has a few other Rumpl designs on sale as well.
25% Off Select Styles | Rumpl | Promo code PDXMAKER
Flexible, Refundable Getaways
Travelzoo's flexible, refundable getaway sale is still going strong with over 60 discounted hotel packages available.
The deals are available in the form of travel vouchers good for months at a time, many of which include bonuses like free meals, spa credits, and wine bottles at check-in. Most importantly, if your plans change and you decide not to travel after all, Travelzoo will fully refund you, no questions asked.
The variety of options available means that there's likely a hotel included within driving distance if you aren't comfortable flying, and many of the vouchers are valid through 2022. It's still an uncertain time for travel, but this is an opportunity to get a great deal with no risk.
Travelzoo has been adding and replacing deals nearly daily since the sale started, and these are the most popular options from the past week.
- $695 – 7-Nt. Phuket 5-Star Escape for 2 | Includes daily breakfast, daily cocktail, discounted food and beverage and more. Good through November 2022.
- $199 – 4-Star Napa Wine Country Stay | Includes peak summer and fall dates, a bottle of wine upon arrival and more.
- $999 – 2-Nt. California Lake Shasta Houseboat Rental | Boat sleeps up to 12 people.
- $89 – 4-Star Mystic, Connecticut Stay | Save up to 60%.
- $179+ – Maui Beachfront Condo Resort | Includes $95 in gift cards and credits to area businesses including spas, steakhouses and more.
See the full list: Travelzoo Refundable Getaways
At a glance, the Twelve South PowerPic looks like any other 5 x 7 picture frame. But set your phone on top of the glass, and it'll start charging wirelessly. It's the wireless charger that I have on my own nightstand right now, and one of the most clever and beautiful gadgets released in the last several years.
Twelve South PowerPic | $35 | Normally $50-$90
Astorflex's leather shoes have been made by the same family in Northern Italy for six generations, and the brand prides itself on using eco-friendly European leather while still keeping its wares affordable.
All of the brand's shoes are solid deals at their regular prices, but right now, you can save up to 35% almost all of the brand's styles at Huckberry. That includes the boots that made the brand famous like the Bitflex and the Greenflex, as well as summer-friendly slip-on styles like the Wakeflex and the rubber-heeled Patnoflex.
Up to 35% Off Astorflex Shoes | Huckberry
Winc Wine Delivery
Getting wine delivered isn't just a great way to avoid an extra trip to the grocery store right now; it's also a way to experience other parts of the world without actually leaving home. Right now, StackSocial is offering the best deal we've ever seen on Winc's wine delivery service, for new members.
For a limited time, you can get a 12-bottle Winc package for $94, if you're a new member. The deal acts as a $155 credit on your first Winc order, which is enough for 12 bottles of Winc's base-level $13 wines. If you want to splurge on a few higher-end bottles though, you'll only have to pay the difference in price. If you stick with the base-level bottles though, this deal works out to under $8 per bottle, including shipping.
Winc starts you off with a brief quiz asking questions like how you take your coffee, or how much you like berries, and then recommends bottles to suit your taste, though you can always swap them out before completing your order. But since Winc is a monthly membership, you'll need to either cancel (via live chat or a phone call, annoyingly) or remember to click the "Skip a Month" button in your account settings to avoid being charged for future credits.
Note: Winc can't currently ship to Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Hawaii, Kentucky, Mississippi, Rhode Island, South Dakota, or Utah.
Winc 12-Bottle Delivery | $94 | Normally $155
You spend a third of your life resting on your pillow, so it's worth investing in one you'll love. The U2 Pillow just launched on Kickstarter, and you can get a Super Earlybird preorder for just $49 today, or an Earlybird preorder for $59 if the Super Earlybirds run out.
The U2 Pillow is made from three separate layers of supportive memory foam, allowing you to add or remove layers until you find the most comfortable height. Hundreds of air vents punched through the foam keep the pillow cool all night, and a sculpted design supports your neck no matter how you choose to sleep. They sent me one to try a few weeks ago, and it's the first new pillow I've truly loved in a long time.
Unfortunately, it must be said, its black and white checkerboard cover was a mystifying design decision. Be warned that you'll be able to see it through almost any pillowcase.
Pillows are expected to begin shipping in August, and with a 7-70 night satisfaction guarantee (they want you to try it for at least a week), you'll be able to get a full refund if you decide that it's not the right pillow for you.
Preorder U2 Pillow | $49-$59 | Normally $100
The Thermacell MR300 is a portable, DEET-free mosquito repelling device that creates a 15-foot, bug-free bubble whether you're on your patio or deep in the woods. For an all-time low $19 today, you can get the device, plus enough fuel and repellent mats for 12 hours of bite-less bliss.
Thermacell MR300 Mosquito Repeller | $19 | Normally $20-$25
There are beach towels, and there are bath towels, but Turkish Towels thrive no matter where you use them.
Turkish Towels are thinner (not to mention better looking) than any bath towel you've ever used, but are still plenty absorbent to dry you off after a shower. And because they're so thin, they dry out a lot more quickly than traditional towels, and can even roll up to the size of a large burrito to throw in a bag and take to the beach or park.
Each towel from Turkish Towels is handloomed in Turkey, and made from long-staple cotton that was grown in the Aegean region of the country. If you want to bring one home right now, Huckberry has several different designs on sale starting at just $17, while supplies last (which if the last sale was any indication, won't be long).
Turkish Towel Sale | $17-$24 | Normally $35
Streaming And Cleaning
Here's your no-brainer deal of the day: spend $20 on cleaning supplies you need to buy anyway, and Amazon will throw in a $5 Prime Video credit to spend on movie purchases and rentals. Eligible products include laundry detergent, dish soap, Febreeze, and dishwasher tabs, so you shouldn't have too much trouble filling your cart.
Spend $20, Get $5 Prime Video Credit | Amazon
Sonos doesn't always offer refurbished speaker deals, but when they do, it's a great time to add more of the best-in-class smart speakers to your collection.
Right now, you can get the old (but still excellent) Play:1 for just $99, or add voice assistant and AirPlay 2 support with a Sonos One (which will sound essentially identical to the Play:1) for $159. I'd probably skip the home theater gear and the Play:5 in the sale, as they were all recently upgraded, but the smaller speakers (particularly the Play:1) are great deals.
Gravel Travel Gear
Gravel makes our favorite toiletry bags and travel blankets, and will soon release one of the most innovative travel bags we've ever seen. Right now, our readers can get 20% off everything Gravel sells with promo code SEEQR.
I've been using the smaller Gravel Explorer Slim myself for years, and it's one of the most well-made travel accessories I've ever used. Its interior pockets are designed with specific bathroom items in mind, like one that's sized for a standard stick of deodorant, another for your toothbrush, and a water-resistant pocket for liquids that could leak. The larger version would be great for people who pack a lot of cosmetics, or couples that want to share a dopp kit.
The Layover travel blanket packs down to nearly nothing, and is full of clever touches like foot wells and a neck snap to keep the blanket in place even if you doze off in your airplane seat. Plus, it could double as a picnic blanket when you aren't traveling. This deal is a match for the best we've seen on it since it was on Kickstarter.
And while it won't come out until December, the Gravel Travel System is one of the most creative and innovative travel packs we've ever seen. Comprised of three different bags that you can mix and match, you could use it to pack for a weekend, or multiple weeks away from home. Preorders for the system are already discounted compared to the expected MSRP, but promo code SEEQR will stack an extra 20% discount on top.
20% Off Sitewide | Gravel | Promo code SEEQR
Rosetta Stone (and More)
Our current period of home isolation is a great time to learn new skills, and the Social Distancing Lifetime Subscription Bundle from StackSocial 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.
Free Kindle Unlimited
Kindle Unlimited is like Netflix for ebooks, and gives you unlimited access to over a million titles. Normally pried at $10 per month, you can get your first two months absolutely free right now to help pass the time while you're stuck at home. Just note that you'll auto-renew at the end of the two month period if you don't cancel.
Amazon Kindle Unlimited | Free For Two Months
Even More Savings
- Quick editor's note: we had the wrong link for that $25 contour gauge yesterday, sorry about that! You can find it here.
- Dyson's Supersonic Hair Dryer looks like a device that aliens accidentally left behind after visiting Earth, but more importantly, it actually works really well. This one's refurbished, but $220 is about as cheap as you'll ever see it.
- This UPS battery backup from APC can keep computers, networking gear, and other essential tech up and running during brief power outages, and $173 is a new all-time low price by almost $30.
- You can take an extra 40% off Gap's already discounted sale styles online with promo code MORESALE.
- This tower of power sits on your desk, and turns one power outlet into eight, as well as six USB charging ports. Use promo code YULTZZQF to get $10 off.
- Instant film cameras are back, and I, for one, couldn't be more thrilled. The Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 is marked down to $60 from the usual $70 at B&H, with no sales tax for most buyers.
- Columbia's Black Friday In July sale features over 1,600 discounted outdoor styles, with an extra $20 gift card thrown in for free when you spend $100.
- This compact air fryer is perfect for cramped kitchens, and only $40 at Target right now.
Credit Card Corner
Starting this week, holders of certain Marriott Bonvoy credit cards will be able to earn a whopping 10 points per dollar at restaurants and gas stations, until September 15. Even if you aren't a Marriott loyalist, you'll be able to convert those points (usually at a 3:1 ratio) to various airline currencies, making this a great earning opportunity for nearly any traveler.
Great Deals You Might Have Missed
- Don't have HBO Max? Prime members can buy all of the Harry Potter movies from Amazon right now for $5 each.
- If you sling over to ComiXology, you can download nearly 1,300 Spider Man comics to any of your devices for up to 67% off.
- This Dolby Atmos sound bar system from Samsung features two upward-firing drivers to bounce sound off your ceiling. It's not exactly cheap at $698, but that's an all-time low, and $200 less than usual.
- $5 is a great deal for a pound of pistachios, especially with Prime shipping. Labor not included.
- Golf is one of the few sports that's safe enough to play right now, so dust off the clubs and save an extra 40% on Callaway sale styles.
- DripDrop adds electrolytes and flavor to a normal glass of water, and you can get 16 packets for $13 right now, the low end of its usual $13-$20.
- A 10' USB-C charging cable will let you keep your laptop or phone fully charged while you lounge on the couch, and this nylon braided cable is cheaper than ever at $11.
- The perfect charging hub for your home office includes four USB ports and one USB-C port for your laptop, and $33 is as cheap as we've ever seen it.
- Want two monitors in your home office? This dual arm mount makes it easy to set them up side-by-side for just $56.
- Use promo code SIZZLE to save $6 on any $10 order through the Shake Shack app, while supplies last.
- Audible members can download any two of these educational books for just one credit.
- Amazon's Rivet and Stone & Beam brand furniture looks great and ships for free, and several pieces are on sale for up to 15% off including dining chairs, mirrors, side tables, and more.
- Make oodles of zoodles and potoodles with the original Veggetti spiralizer for $8, a couple bucks less than usual.
- Joseph Joseph's double sided BladeBrush makes it safer and easier to clean your knives, and you can add it to your sink for under $6.
- Athleta's semi-annual sale takes up to 60% off yoga pants, leggings, sports bras, and more.
- Cooking by weight is far more precise than cooking by volume, and this $15 kitchen scale (down from $17) comes with a removable bowl to help you easily add ingredients.
- These tiny metal adapters from Nonda are the smallest way to convert a USB-C port into an old-style USB port, and $9 is a great price for a two-pack. They even come in different colors to match the color of your MacBook.
- Segway no longer makes the self-balancing scooter that made it famous, but it does make this electric kick scooter, and you can get your own for an all-time low $370.
- At $50 (the best price of the year), this Greenworks electric chainsaw is an affordable way to deal with brush and overgrown tree limbs. Just no juggling with them, please.
- Wool dryer balls pay for themsevles by agitating your laundry and speeding up the drying process, and this pack of six is on sale for $14, down from the usual $17.
- This tiny, $39 fridge is perfect for makeup, snacks, and beverages, and it works both at home and in the car thanks to two separate power supplies.
- LEGO's London Architecture set ($34, down from $40) is educational, fun to build, and looks nice enough to put up on a shelf once you're done.
- AmazonBasics just released a scratch-off world map to help you commemorate your travels, and it's just $12 at launch, down from the MSRP of $15.
- The Echo Flex smart speaker is like an Echo Dot that plugs straight into the wall, and you can even accessorize it with add-ons like a nightlight or a motion sensor. Normally $25, it's on sale for $17 right now.
- If you're working from home, a mechanical keyboard is one of the best home office upgrades you can buy, and this one from Razer has never been cheaper than today's $59.
- All this vigorous hand washing is great for our hygiene, but terrible for our skin. O'Keeffe's Working Hands hand cream will keep your skin hydrated and supple, and $15 is a great price for two jars.
- The Time Timer is a countdown clock that uses a visible red disc rather than analog hands or digital numbers to emphasize how much time you have left, and it's perfect for everyone from kids working on homework to adults who want to focus and stay on-task while working at home. $20 is the best price Amazon's listed since 2012, but we don't know how long this deal will last.
- The official Philips Hue dimmer switch lets you control your Hue lights as if they were normal bulbs, and it's back on sale for $20. We posted this deal a few weeks ago, but now it's back if you missed out the first time.
- The speakers built into your computer are terrible, but these excellent Logitech speakers are a steal at just $65. That's the best price since February, and you can even switch them on-the-fly to connect to your phone over Bluetooth.
- The Eve Flare is a portable, color-changing, smartphone-connected lantern that can add some, uh, flare to any occasion. $77 is a new all-time low price.
- Make the switch to a battery-powered lawnmower for $299 today, an $80 discount. This 18V Ryobi comes with two batteries for a total of about 40 minutes of runtime.
- Replacing the hard drive in an old computer with an SSD will make it feel brand new, and $93 is an incredibly good price for a 1TB model.
- If you sign up before July 13, you can join MyPanera+ Coffee and enjoy free coffee until September. Just note that you'll need to cancel before September 7 to avoid getting charged the usual $9/month fee.
- Instant Pot also makes a blender, and at $90, it's never been cheaper. And just to be clear, no, it's not also a pressure cooker. It's just a blender.
- This is no fish tale: Orvis's summer sale takes up to 60% off the brand's fishing shirts and more.
- The April showers may be behind us, but it's still worth checking out Hunter'ss summer sale for up to 50% off select rain boots and more.
- If you can charge your phone wirelessly, you probably want wireless charging pads in every room of your house. Grab a spare for just $9 from Anker.
- The LectroFan is one of the most popular white noise machines you can buy, and $35 is the best price Amazon's listed since February.
- This folding staicase can help your older pet get up onto the couch or bed, and today's $35 deal is $5 less than it's been selling for lately.
- Original Penguin's Epic Sale takes up to 60% off the brand's popular polos and more, and you can even throw some reusable masks to your cart while you're at it for just a few bucks each.
- Nomad makes some of the most beautifully designed gadget accessories around, and their outlet sale offers savings of up to 70% on genuine leather phone and AirPod cases, durable charging cables, and more.
- These Health Warrior chia breakfast bars are a great way to start the day, and you can get a box of 15 for just $12 when you use Subscribe & Save and clip the 25% coupon. Just remember to cancel your subscription after your first delivery.
- Stanley's travel French press is iconic in Hammertone Green, and it's never been cheaper than today's $19.
- PAINCAKES are ice packs that stick in place on your skin. That’s it, that’s the entire product pitch. Brilliant. Get three (a large, a mini, and a wrap) for $25 today from StackSocial, which is a few bucks less than you’d pay for them separately.
- Smart bulbs are great for freestanding lamps, but a smart light switch might be a better choice for built-in light fixtures. This one from WeMo is $10 off at $30.
- You probably have more phone charging cables than you know what to do with, but Apple Watch owners likely only have a single Watch charger. It doesn't have to be this way! Grab a spare for $18.
- Want to spend your summer of social distancing learning to play the guitar? StackSocial's guitar master class bundle includes 27 hours of video lessons for $30.
- StackSocial's latest subscription bundle gets you lifetime access to five self-improvement apps for $79: uTalk language learning (any two languages), MindFi mindfulness exercises, Fitterclub at-home fitness, 7 Speed Reading, and Integrity Training.
- Clearly the greatest invention of the 21st century, this gadget turns your AirPod case into a fidget spinner, and $20 is the best price ever.
- KIND's Healthy Grains dark chocolate bars are a great way to start your day, and you can stock your pantry with a box of 30 for just $12.
- CleanKey from KeySmart (which makes other keychain tools that we love), is designed to push buttons on elevators, control touchscreens, and open door handles without the use of your fingers. It's made of 62% copper, which is naturally and perpetually antimicrobial, as detailed in this Vice article that I've been thinking about more or less nonstop since I read it a few weeks ago. That means that most bacteria, germs, and yes, viruses that end up on CleanKey's surface will die within a few minutes, no sanitizing required. Normally $25 for one, StackSocial will sell you a CleanKey for $20, a 2-pack for $38, or a 3-pack for $50 right now.
- Buck Mason usually makes menswear staples, but has now turned its attention to face masks. If you order a pack of five anti-microbial cloth masks right now for $20 (a great deal, for what it's worth), they'll also donate a pack of five to frontline workers in California and throughout the country.