Black Friday is winding down, but there are a ton of great deals that are still in stock and ready to ship. The list below are only our handpicked favorites, but feel free to check out our main post for more.

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Simplehuman Sale

simplehuman makes the best, well... pretty much everything. My condo and your votes can attest to that, and this Black Friday is a great opportunity to stock up. -Shane


$10 Off Any $25 Physical Book Order, With Code HOLIDAYBOOK

Amazon seems to dust off some version of this deal every Black Friday, and it’s always a hit. If you have any big art books, coffee table books, or just plain novels you’ve been meaning to pick up, this is a great opportunity. - Shep


Amazon Echo, $140 | Amazon Tap, $90 | Amazon Echo Dot, $40

When I first got the Echo, I was nervous about how I may not use it, but now I have my lights and thermostat hooked up. Alexa is much easier to listen to read the news and weather than anyone on TV, to be honest. - Jillian

I’ll add that the Dot strikes me as the absolute perfect general purpose holiday gift for people that are hard to shop for. - Shep


Roomba Discounts (Various)

I’m a Roomba devotee ever since I got one as a wedding gift, and a bunch of different models are on sale today. I actually convinced my sister in law to get the 650, which is probably sufficient for most people. - Shep


SONOS PLAY:1, $149

SONOS is the best wireless audio system, and you can get your foot in the ecosystem or build up your collection for under $150 this year with the best PLAY:1 discount we’ve seen. -Shane


OXO On 9 Coffee Maker, $120

The OXO coffeemaker I recommend pretty much everyone buy got a great discount to $150, and then dropped again to $120. It was one of the bigger surprise discounts of Deals Week and one of the best deals in coffee gear ever. -Shane


Belkin WeMo Switch, $21 | WeMo Insight Switch, $32 | WeMo Light Switch, $29

WeMo switches are probably the simplest gateway drug into home automation, and basically everyone can find a use for them, so they make great gifts. That’s doubly true for anyone who owns an Echo or Echo Dot, since they’re Alexa compatible now. - Shep


Anker Black Friday Sale

If it’s a mobile accessory, chances are, Anker makes our readers’ favorite version of it, and practically their entire product line is on sale for Black Friday. - Shep


OXO 5-Piece Good Grips Pop Containers Set, $40

I have so many of these things around my kitchen, holding everything from snacks to pasta to grains. They look great, work as advertised, and almost never go on sale. - Shep


Instant Pot IP-DUO60, $69

The Instant Pot line has emerged as a cult favorite among our readers this year, In addition to being a great pressure cooker, it actually won our Co-Op for slow cookers, and finished second in the voting as a rice cooker, so if you despise kitchen unitaskers, this was designed for you. - Shep


Anova Bluetooth Sous-Vide Circulator, $99

A Sous-Vide is the best and most idiot-proof upgrade you can make to your cooking routine. I’ve been using the previous model of this Anova for years, and it’s even more of a no-brainer below $100. -Shane


Anker String Lights, $11 with code LFVWU4E4

If I had a nickel for every set of string lights that gets submitted to Kinja Deals every morning, I’d be living on my own private island. There’s definitely a weird appeal to these things though; they’re great for decorating indoors or out, and look great during any season. Anker makes great stuff, and the remote that these come with is a nice touch. - Shep


Ugly Holiday Sweater Sale

When I was building this post, I had SUCH a hard time figuring out which sweaters to feature. There are so many good ones that if I had an Ugly Sweater Party to go to, I would buy a few of these and rotate throughout the night. - Jillian


Ulta’s Black Friday Sale

Ulta may have less of the high-end, hoity-toity cosmetics than Sephora does, it has a better selection of everyday products and a better reward system. Their Black Friday sale had like 70 things, and I wanted all of them. - Jillian


Chromecast, $25 | Chromecast Audio, $25

The Chromecast normally costs $35, which is basically nothing for what it does. So I don’t see why anyone would skip it at $25, especially when it comes with nearly $80 in free extras from Google. - Shep


Amazon Fire Tablet, $33 | Fire HD 8, $60

I’ve been more or less striking out for years trying to upgrade my parents’ cooking, home, and audio gear for the holidays. Last year I knocked it out of the park with $35 Fire Tablets, and you can do the same this year for $2 less. -Shane


Glossier Black Friday Sale

Glossier is probably my favorite new makeup brand and things rarely go on sale. I use Boy Brow and the Super Serums every day and I will continue to buy them every time they run out way quicker than I want them to. - Jillian


Again, these are only our personal favorite deals that you can still get, but there are a whole lot more to be found on our main Black Friday post, across nearly every product category.

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