At this point, just about every Lightning cable you buy should be a USB-C version. Not only can both ends of the cable plug into their respective ports in either direction, they can also charge your iPhone faster. A lot faster. Like 50% in 30 minutes faster.
Anker was one of the first third party manufacturers to market with an Apple-certified USB-C to Lightning cable, and their PowerLine II version is also one of the most durable cables you can buy. And if you ever do manage to break it, it’s backed up by a lifetime warranty.
For a limited time, the 3′ black version is marked down to $11 from the usual $17, no promo code required.
If size is the most important consideration in your hierarchy of new TV needs, Walmart’s running a pretty fantastic deal on a really big TV today.
While it does have a 4K panel and support for HDR10, it’s seemingly one of the few TVs you can buy today without built-in smart apps. But that being said, you can always plug a 4K-compatible streaming dongle into one of its four HDMI ports for the same effect. With most TVs seemingly settling on just three HDMI connections, I’ll take an extra one over built-in apps in a heartbeat.
So no, it’s not the best TV, or the smartest, or the one with the deepest blacks. But it’s jaw droppingly big, and one of the cheapest TVs of its size that we’ve ever seen at $750. 75 inches might not seem that much bigger than 65″, but it actually represents a 33% increase in screen size. Compared to a 55″ set, it’s nearly 86% larger! The Super Bowl party is going to be at your house, is what I’m saying.
It’s not uncommon for Amazon to throw in free Echo Dots with certain purchases. It’s just that most of the time, those purchases cost more than <checks notes> nine dollars.
If you pay for a month of Amazon Music Unlimited right now ($8 for Prime customers, $10 for non-Prime), Amazon’s tossing in Echo Dots for just $1 extra, for a limited time. Just remember to cancel the Music Unlimited subscription before the month is up, if you don’t want to keep it.
We loved Anker’s first AirPod-like wireless headphones, and the brand’s newest models seem like an improvement in every way, including price.
Anker’s Soundcore Life P2s pack in graphene drivers, Bluetooth 5.0, four noise-canceling voice mics for calls, IPX7 water resistance, and a whopping seven hours of playtime untethered (plus 40 with the charging case). Frankly, that’s a hell of a feature list for the ‘buds’ $60 MSRP, but you can get them for $45 right now as part of a launch sale, no promo code required.
In a very short amount of time, Anker has upended and basically come to dominate the (cool but decidedly niche) portable projector market. It was only a matter of time, but the company is now turning its sights on legitimate, home theater-quality projectors, and preorders just opened.
The new Nebula Cosmos 1080p and Nebula Cosmos Max are fully featured projectors in every sense of the word, featuring sharper, brighter pictures than their portable siblings, while retaining features that made those smaller projectors so appealing, like built-in Android, excellent speakers, and support for screen mirroring.
The Cosmos 1080p spits out 900 ANSI lumens (for comparison, the Nebula Capsule II puts out a surprisingly good picture with 200) and a 1080p picture, while the Cosmos Max ups the brightness to 1500 ANSI lumens and the picture quality to 4K, while adding a couple more Dolby Digital Plus internal speakers. But both support HDR10, 100,000:1 contrast ratios, LED bulbs that are rated to last a whopping 30,000 hours, and built-in streaming service apps (in addition to a couple of HDMI ports) via Android 9.
But the most disruptive aspect of the Cosmos projectors are their price points. The 1080p model starts at just $429 for super earlybird backers on Kickstarter, and the 4K edition starts at $999, both of which drastically undercut the obvious competition. We briefly saw the Max model in action at Anker’s unveiling, and even in a room with a fair amount of ambient light, it looked terrific.
The Kickstarter is live now, and the projectors are expected to start shipping in March.
If you’re a NordVPN customer, you may have heard about a long-undisclosed security breach this week, and thus might be in the market for a new VPN provider. And even if you have no idea what I’m referring to, it might be worth signing up for a VPN service anyway, which can protect your privacy when browsing the web, and even let you access content from certain sites and streaming video providers that aren’t available in your physical location (Love Island, anyone?)
Private Internet Access has long been our readers’ favorite VPN service thanks to its low prices, its speed, and its excellent apps for every major platform. And now with the news of the NordVPN hack, they’re offering the best price we’ve ever seen on an annual subscription: $29 for the whole year. That’s $10 less than it’s been previously, and the best part is that your subscription will renew every year at the same $29 price, as long as you don’t cancel.
While it might not be quite as sexy looking as an Away carry-on, the eBags Fortis Pro matches its famous rival nearly feature-for-feature, and has a few of its own tricks up its sleeve:
Open up the Fortis Pro 22″ carry-on, and on one side, you’ll find a standard mesh zipper pocket, just like pretty much every other hardside bag you can buy these days. But on the other side, where you’d normally find a simple X-shaped buckle, eBags built in two packing cubes that can store small items, while simultaneously compressing everything underneath. One cube is mesh, and holds eBags’ included dirty laundry bag out of the box, but is perfect for things like socks and underwear. The other is semi-waterproof to contain splatters (in my testing, water got through the zipper, but something like toothpaste would most likely stay contained), and is ostensibly meant to hold your toiletries. Once you’re all packed, the cubes buckle together and tighten in the middle to compress and hold whatever clothes you’ve stored underneath. It’s all kinds of functional
The bag is also expandable, if fitting a few more souvenirs from your trip is more important than being able to easily slide the bag into an overheard compartment.
Normally priced at $250, you can get the bag for $160 today only with promo code TREAT, in the color of your choice.
Here’s a bonus deal for you, if you prefer soft sided luggage: Travelpro’s excellent Magma 2 rollaboard for $112 after clipping the $20 coupon. Just note that it’s not a spinner bag, so you’ll have to tilt it to make it roll.
Before you kick off your next DIY project, this folding Worx work table is a no-brainer purchase at $33.
The whole thing folds up to the size of a suitcase, but can set up on any level surface, and hold 300 pounds. Built-in rulers and drill holes make it ideal for home projects, but it could just as easily serve as a portable tailgating table to hold snacks and drinks. It’s also designed to connect to other Worx tables to form a larger surface on demand.
If you can wait out a backorder, $33 is a within about $1 of an all-time low.
KitchenAid stand mixers are essential to every home, and right now you can pick up KitchenAid Stand Mixer Bundle for a low $260.
This particular mixer has a tilt-head design to make adding and mixing super easy, and it also comes with a 5-quart stainless steel bowl. These stand mixers typically sell for about $300, and this bundle throws in a food grinder attachment on top of the $40 discount.
Better still, these come in a bunch of different colors to match your kitchen’s decor. Choose from empire red, countour silver, matte white, onyx black and toffee delight (it’s a light copper.)
Cleaning out your cast iron pan doesn’t have to be intimidating. Lodge makes its very own stiff-bristled scrub brush that won’t hurt your precious seasoning, and it’s just $5 on Amazon right now. If you’ve ever left a dirty pan sitting out on the stove for a couple of days because you just couldn’t work up the elbow grease to clean it out, this one’s for you.
There’s really very little reason for most people to use gas-powered lawnmowers these days. They’re loud, they require a fair amount of maintenance, they’re a disaster for the environment, and most importantly, electric mowers have gotten really good.
This 21″ model includes two batteries that should give you a combined 70 minutes of mowing time. It almost always sells between $260 and $380, but Woot’s currently marking it down to an all-time low $200.
Now, mowing may not be at the top of your mind at the moment. Depending on your climate, your grass might already have basically stopped growing for the winter. But that just means the time is right to score a great deal; this thing will be waiting for you in six months when spring arrives.
Once you buy a Dyson cordless stick vacuum, something strange happens to your brain chemistry: you actually start to enjoy vacuuming. Or at least you don’t mind it. When you eliminate the cord unwrapping ritual without sacrificing power, it barely feels like a chore. It’s the equivalent of checking a text on your phone, versus walking to your computer, turning it on, opening a browser, and going to your email.
The Dyson V7 isn’t the newest or most powerful model, but its brush bar is 75% more powerful than the V6, making it great for low pile rugs and carpets, in addition to hard floors. The V6 is one of my favorite purchases of the last several years, and today’s refurbished V7 deal is less than I spent on my own refurb.
If you were planning a trip to Home Depot for your next project, don’t wait until Saturday or Sunday. Today only, you can get up to 25% off select Vinyl Flooring. If you don’t have time to run to Home Depot after work, you can order flooring online and get free delivery. From MSI, you can get 20% off per square foot of Heritage Alpine Mountain Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring.
Today’s Gold Box features an awesome deal on a SimpliSafe Home Security System. Normally selling for about $250, this bundle includes the base, a keypad, an entry sensor, motion sensor, Keyfob (which lets you arm and disarm the security system on-the-go,) yard sign, window security stickers and a month of free monitoring.
This SimpliSafe Security System promises that you won’t need to sign any contracts or use any tools to start using. Plus, it’ll work with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, which can be super convenient.
Just remember that this will only stick around until the end of the day, or until sold out. So lock this deal down before it disappears.
If you work out regularly, or uh, at all, you deserve a medal. Or just treat yourself to some new sneakers and/or activewear from Reebok. Right now, the sports-minded retailer is taking an extra 60% off sale with promo code SWEET60. Chances are, you’ll make good use of these deeply discounted purchases for many workouts to come.
No matter the season you’re shopping for, Eddie Bauer makes some great outdoor gear for everything from your head to your toes. So if you have any camping trips planned, or just want an excuse to take a hike, you can save 50% sitewide today in celebration of the brand’s Friends & Family Sale, plus free shipping over $49.
There are a few exclusions, but nothing too bad:
Offer excludes sleeping bags, tents, and non-Eddie Bauer brand products, previous purchases, gift card purchases, credit card payments, taxes, shipping, or other fees.
You don’t need a special occasion to don one of Diane Von Furstenberg’s iconic patterned wrap dresses—especially since a slew of swingy styles, including a few tops, pants, and skirts, are on sale right now at Nordstrom Rack. But if you want to get wrapped up in a new DVF look for around 60% off, act quickly; the designer’s stock is already selling out.
Therm-a-Rest is best known for its ultralight inflatable sleeping pads for backpackers, but if you’re car camping and not concerned about weight, you can indulge yourself with a little more padding.
The hilariously named Therm-a-Rest MondoKing 3D offers four inches of self-inflating padding, and should help you get a good night sleep outdoors all year round. Here’s what we had to say about it on The Inventory:
When a brand describes the pad as the biggest they’ve ever made, you know it is going to be good. The MondoKing uses completely vertical side walls so sleepers don’t lose space to the dreaded sloping effect. The pad itself is four inches thick which is absolutely gargantuan for a sleeping pad, but you won’t be sad about it when you’re dreaming throughout the night. Bonus: With an R-value of 11.4 (the standard rating for warmth), it is the warmest on the list.
Until recently, it was rarely discounted from $180, and though it’s been cheaper lately, $134 is still the best price Amazon’s ever listed.
Now that it is almost November, it seems like the Second Summer heatwaves are coming to an end. If the temps by you are finally cooling off, you can get a Wellen Hemp Crewneck for a little over $20 off at Huckberry. The crewneck is made with hemp (duh, based on the name) and sustainable materials that will make you feel good about your purchase.
The latest Humble Bundle spotlights features philosophy books that break down popular characters and series for great low prices, including titles like Arrested Development and Philosophy: They’ve Made a Huge Mistake, The Office and Philosophy: Scenes from an Unexamined Life, X-Men and Philosophy: Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse and Final Fantasy and Philosophy: The Ultimate Walkthrough
As always, you can pay as much or as little as you want. Pay $8 or more, you can pick up philosophy books focused on House of Cards, South Park, and the Watchmen. $15 gets you Star Trek, Game of Thrones, and a whole bunch more. And the added bonus, you can chip in to support the National Coalition Against Censorship.
If you own a PlayStation 4, or are planning to buy one soon, today’s $39 deal for a year’s worth of PlayStation Plus is about as cheap as the service ever gets.
Just a heads up, this is for a physical card, so you’ll need to wait for it to ship. But this is a great price, and one that’s unlikely to be bested during the holiday season, at least not by more than a few bucks.
- SZPOWER 87W USB C Charger | $24 | Amazon | Use Code 4XPUR3D5
- Anker USB-C to Lightning PowerLine II Cable | $11 | Amazon
- Mac book pro charger AC 85w Magsafe 2 | $10 | Amazon | Use Code H2DM3V9A
- Audio-Technica ATH-SR6BTBK Bluetooth Wireless Over-Ear High-Resolution Headphones | $69 | Focus Camera | Use Code OCT19
- ION Audio – Audio Garage Rocker Portable Bluetooth Speaker | $70 | Best Buy
- Samsung AKG Headphones | $3 | eBay
- Acer Nitro VG271U Pbmiipx 27″ WQHD (2560 x 1440) IPS AMD Radeon FREESYNC Gaming Monitor, 144Hz | $300 | Amazon
- Zalman K650WP Waterproof Keyboard + STG1 Thermal Grease + Free Shipping | $15 | Zalman Outlet
- Anker 4-Port USB 3.0 Hub | $5 | Amazon | Use Code ANKERAHUB
- Dell Stereo SoundBar | $25 | Amazon
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