Affordable polarized sunglasses, Rubbermaid FreshWorks containers, and a $20 Sonicare toothbrush lead off Monday’s best deals from around the web.

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Top Tech Deals

Anker PowerCore II, $35 with code ANKPWR66

Anker’s PowerCore line has reigned as our readers’ favorite USB battery pack for nearly a year, and its long awaited sequel is $9 off today with promo code ANKPWR66.

For a limited time, you can grab the PowerCore II 20000 for $35, within a buck of the best price we’ve ever seen. In addition to a fresh new design, the PowerCore II includes three high speed USB charging ports with a whopping 30W shared between them, plus dual 10W microUSB inputs, allowing you to recharge the entire brick twice as quickly.


There are precious few battery packs out there with USB-C power delivery, and this 26,800mAh model from RAVPower is one of the few we’ve seen.

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In addition to the two standard USB output ports, the USB-C port works as both an input and high-speed output port that can charge a 12" MacBook at full speed, or raise your Nintendo Switch’s battery level while playing it at full brightness. Just be sure to use promo code PB058KIN at checkout to get it for $64.


If you ever have to deal with power shortages and brief outages, Amazon’s offering an all-time low price on a popular APC UPS backup power supply.

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If you use a desktop computer, this will of course keep your machine running without any interruption in the event of a power outage, which means you won’t lose any unsaved work. But even if you only use laptops and mobile devices at home, they could still run lamps, your router and modem, or even a TV until the power comes back on.

The $120 BR1500G gives you 1,500 volt-amps and 865 watts, which should be sufficient for the vast majority of users.


You don’t need to sell a kidney to afford noise-cancelling Bluetooth earbuds; these 4 star-rated Cowin E-7s are just $38 right now, or $32 off with promo code 42YFK63R.

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They might not have the brand recognition of Sony or Bose, but these headphones pack in 30 hours of battery life, the ability to use them in wired mode if the battery dies, and yes, active noise cancellation that reviewers say works really well.


We’ve seen wireless number pads before, but this is the only one to my knowledge that uses mechanical key switches. And the ultra-clicky blue ones at that! Now you can pretend to be a badass hacker while you loudly pound numbers and formulas into spreadsheets at work.


If you ever listen to audio from your laptop’s tiny, awful speakers, do yourself a solid and pick up these Logitech alternatives for just $20. At this price, they won’t blow anyone away, but they’ll sound worlds better than your laptop.


No matter how many HDMI ports are on your TV, chances are, it’s not enough. Luckily, this affordable five-port HDMI switch will let you plug in a ton of extra devices for just $13.


iClever External USB 3.0 DVD Drive, $22 with code DVDBLACK

Most laptops don’t have CD drives anymore, which is mostly fine, except for that one time that inevitably pops up every year or two where you really wish you had one. Now, you can for just $22, no extra power cable required.


APC makes your favorite surge protector, and this model with USB ports and 11 AC outlets has never been cheaper than today’s $25.


Anker’s PowerLine and PowerLine+ cables were already our readers’ favorite charging cables, but the new PowerLine II line is even stronger, comes with a hassle-free lifetime warranty, and is a few bucks off on Amazon today.

We wrote more about the cables over on Gear, but the long and short of it is that between the extreme durability and the lifetime warranty, it’s quite possible that this will be the last Lightning cables you ever have to buy. The 6' model is the one on sale this week, but only in white.


Mark your calendars, because Amazon’s third annual Prime Day is July 11, with the deals actually kicking off at 9PM ET the night before.

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Of course, we’ll be sifting through the avalanche of deals to help you find the best stuff, but in the meantime, a few great digital discounts are already live on Amazon’s Prime Day hub page. The highlights here are six months of Audible for $9 each (rather than the usual $15), up to 40% off Kindle Unlimited subscriptions, and 15% off July 4 snacks. Again, these deals are available starting today, if you have a Prime subscription (sign up for a free 30 day trial here).

The best early access deal of them all though is undoubtedly four months of Amazon Music Unlimited for just $1. It’s only available for new members, but that’s the best deal we’ve seen on the service, which will still be less expensive than Spotify Premium ($8 vs. $10) after the promotional period expires.


6-Month PureVPN Subscription, $43 with code 6M31 | 2-Year PureVPN Subscription, $60 with code 2Y77

VPNs are in the news these days, and with good reason. So if you’re curious to sign up and start protecting your browsing history and personal data (or, you know, getting around websites’ geoblocks), PureVPN is running some pretty stellar discounts right now.

If you sign up for a six month membership and use promo code 6M31, you’ll get it for $7.20 per month rather than the listed $9, and if you commit to two years, your price will drop all the way to $2.51 per month with code 2Y77, down from $2.95. That’s less than you spend during a trip to Starbucks.

Top Home Deals

We’ve seen deals on individual Rubbermaid FreshWorks containers and 2-packs, but today’s Amazon Gold Box brings us the best price ever on the 3-pack starter kit.

$20 gets you a medium and two large containers, all of which can keep your produce fresher for longer. Last year, these became one of the fastest products to ever reach our Bestseller pantheon, and we’ve heard nothing but good things from our readers. Just remember that today’s price expires at the end of the day, and it could very well well out early.


Hello, my name is Shep, and I’m a stomach sleeper. Even though for years people have told me how bad it is, it’s just the most comfortable position out there. And Amazon’s Gold Box isn’t judging me, or you if you like to belly flop into bed. Today only, grab individual or sets of goose down pillows for a heck of a lot less of what you’d normally pay.


Stick-anywhere motion-sensing night lights have been incredibly popular over the last year, but they don’t usually make an effort to be aesthetically pleasing. Not so with this $9 sconce from OxyLED. Maybe it’s not your style, but at least it’s trying to look nice.


Kohree Real Wax Flameless Candles, $14 with code 2IT5XVL4

These remote-controlled electric candles are made from real wax. Is that necessary? No. Is it cool? Yeah, I guess? In any event, they’re just $14 for a 6-pack.


Vansky Wake-Up Light, $32 with code YUMCIIOB

Philips Wake-Up lights have long been one of our readers’ favorite products, but now Vansky is making its own version for a lot less money.

Just like the Philips light, Vansky’s Deluxe Sunrise Alarm Clock fades in a sunrise-simulating light for 30 minutes prior to your designated wake-up time, and then finishes the job with your choice of six natural alarms, or an FM radio station. That means by the time your alarm goes off, your body will already have begun the process of waking up, eliminating that awful feeling of being jolted out of a deep REM cycle. You can even choose from six different light colors, a feature that doesn’t exist on any of Philips’ models.

I’ve had a Philips Wake-Up light for years, and absolutely love it, but $32 is an insanely great price for a feature-packed alternative. Vansky sent me a demo unit a few weeks ago, and I can confirm that it works as advertised.


Our readers have bought thousands upon thousands of Rubbermaid Easy Find Lid food storage sets over the years, but today’s a great day to upgrade to the Premier version.

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Compared to the originals, these feature a stronger plastic base which is better at resisting stains and smells, and lids that snap to the bottom of their containers, so they never get separated. $21 is the best price Amazon’s ever listed on the 20-piece set (which includes 10 containers and 10 lids, not 20 containers), so stock up.


Between shedding fur on your seats and a seemingly physiological need to jump into the front seat while you’re passing an 18-wheeler on the freeway, it’s no secret that a lot of dogs don’t do particularly well in the car. So, if you’re planning on taking your dog to the beach for the summer, this hammock seat cover from AmazonBasics can help keep your backseat fur and slobber-free.

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The cover hooks into the headrests on both the front and back seats, creating a kind of loosely enclosed room that will keep your dog safely in the backseat, and her fur a layer removed from your upholstery.


Naipo Travel Pillow, $13 with code SDLDU335

I’m not going to sit here and tell you that buying a travel pillow will make flying pleasant. But maybe, just maybe, it’ll let you sleep through the experience to make it go faster. This memory foam model from Naipo is just $13 today on Amazon, and needless to say, you’d pay a bit more than that at the Hudson News outside your gate.


48-count Charmin Ultra Soft, $17 with Subscribe & Save and $2 coupon

Charmin Ultra Strong is our readers’ favorite toilet paper, and you can pinch a few bucks off the plusher Ultra Soft when you buy 48 rolls from Amazon and clip the $2 coupon. You need toilet paper anyway, so if you’ve got the storage space, you may as well stock up.


Perfect for summer bonfires and camping trips, this 25-pack of Magical Flames turns any open flame into a rainbow of different colors. Just toss a pouch into the fire, and enjoy the show.


If your tires are about due for a replacement, Discount Tire Direct is offering up to $100 in Visa gift card rebates (in addition to any manufacturer rebates) when you order four new tires, plus an additional $100 if you order wheels as well, plus an extra $60 on each if you use a Discount Tire credit card. Just enter your make and model, click the options to see tires on promotion, and you’ll see the rebate amount (either $25, $75, or $100) on the right hand side.


The newest, big-screen Nest Learning Thermostat 3.0 is down to $198 today, which is a match for the best discount we’ve ever seen. These don’t go on sale all that often, so if you have one on your wishlist, I wouldn’t hesitate.

Top Lifestyle Deals

Privé Revaux Sunglasses: 25% off with code KJAPRV25 or 35% off with code KJAPRV35

You can get $20 sunglasses that are polarized or $20 sunglasses with metal frames, but rarely both, and never in this many different styles.

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Privé Revaux makes polarized, stylish shades for less than half of what you’d expect, and right now, our readers can take advantage of their best prices ever. Yes, the models are celebrities looking super awkward who probably had nothing better to do, but the sunglasses are actually pretty great looking.

With the code KJAPRV25, these 11 styles are marked down to just $22, or choose one of these 12 for just $19 with the code KJAPRV35. The shades are mostly brow bar and aviator frames, which are probably the easiest styles for anyone to wear.


If you want to dip your toes into the world of electric toothbrushes, Philips’ entry level Sonicare Essence line is an amazing value at $20. I’ve been using this brush for years, and I still love it.

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We saw this deal last month, and it sold out very quickly, so I wouldn’t hesitate to lock in your order if you’re interested.

Top Media Deals

The Paris Architect, a 2014 New York Times bestseller, is on sale today for just $2 on Kindle. I read it last year, and really enjoyed it.

In 1942 Paris, gifted architect Lucien Bernard accepts a commission that will bring him a great deal of money - and maybe get him killed. But if he’s clever enough, he’ll avoid any trouble. All he has to do is design a secret hiding place for a wealthy Jewish man, a space so invisible that even the most determined German officer won’t find it. He sorely needs the money, and outwitting the Nazis who have occupied his beloved city is a challenge he can’t resist.

But when one of his hiding spaces fails horribly, and the problem of where to hide a Jew becomes terribly personal, Lucien can no longer ignore what’s at stake. The Paris Architect asks us to consider what we owe each other, and just how far we’ll go to make things right.

Written by an architect whose knowledge imbues every page, this story becomes more gripping with every soul hidden and every life saved.


If you love books, but don’t have as much time as you’d like to actually sit down and read them, Amazon’s Prime Day Audible deal has your name on it.

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For a limited time, Prime members can get six months of the service for $9 each, down from the usual $15. That entitles you to a new book of your choice each month, and everything you buy is yours to keep, even if you cancel after the six month promotional period ends. While most of these kinds of promotions are only available to new members, you can get this deal if you’ve been a paid Audible subscriber in the past, as long as you haven’t been a member within the last 30 days.

For the rest of Amazon’s early Prime Day deals, check out our roundup here.


Four months Amazon Music Unlimited, $1 for Prime members. New Amazon Music Unlimited members only.

At $8 per month for Prime members, Amazon Music Unlimited was already more affordable than Spotify Premium or Apple Music, but Amazon’s sweetening the pot for new members by offering four months for just $1, for a limited time.

This deal is part of Amazon’s early Prime Day deals, and is by far the best deal they’ve ever offered on the service. If you’re a Prime member but haven’t signed up for Music Unlimited before, what’s $.25 per month to try it out?

Top Gaming Deals

Logitech’s G602 is more than enough gaming mouse for most people—we’re talking 250 hour battery life, 11 programmable buttons, and per-user programmable DPI settings—and it can be yours for $40 today, within a few cents of the best price we’ve seen.

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