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If you need a little more motivation to get out and run, this ultra-popular GPS fitness watch is below $200 for the first time ever, today only. To give you some context, this is an all-time low price by nearly $50, so I wouldn’t be surprised if it sold out quickly. [Garmin Forerunner 225, $190]
We’ve all seen those unfortunate deep fried turkey mishap videos on YouTube, but there is a safer way. This all-in-one turkey fryer is 100% electric, meaning no open flames, and it includes everything you need to fry a delicious, juicy bird. In fact, it’s certified for indoor use, which just seems...wrong? Anyway, today’s Gold Box deal is an all-time low, and $40 less than usual. [Masterbuilt Butterball Indoor XL Fryer with Accessory Pack, $90]
If you’ve ever thought about pulling out your blender to make a smoothie, sauce, or dip, and then held off because you didn’t want to clean 3,000 different parts, this deal is for you.
The big advantage of Cuisinart’s 4.6 star-rated Smart Stick is that, unlike a traditional blender, you can dip it into whatever container you were already using to hold your ingredients; be it a single-serve cup or a huge mixing bowl. That saves you time, and means fewer dishes to clean up once you’re done. Reviewers also say it chops through everything from fruit to ice cubes with no trouble, so it really can be a full blender replacement for most use cases.
As always, we don’t know how long this deal will be available, so be sure to grab one before the price shoots back up. [Cuisinart CSB-75BC Smart Stick 2-Speed Immersion Hand Blender, $31]
At first glance, this looks like any other pocket-sized USB battery pack, and in fact, it’ll work just fine as one. But it’s also a battery-powered hand warmer, which can maintain a pleasant 109 degree temperature for up to five hours on a charge. [EnergyFlux Slim 4400mAh Rechargeable Double-Sided Hand Warmer, $28]
It never hurts to have extra microSD cards lying around, especially when they’re this cheap.
PNY U3 64GB MicroSD Card ($20) | Amazon
Samsung EVO 16GB MicroSD Card ($7) | Amazon
If you’ve been in the market for a ~250GB SSD, you’ve already had two great deals to choose from this week. If you missed out though, here’s a third. [Crucial BX200 240GB SSD, $57]
The Nexus 5X is one of the best midrange phones you can buy, and you can pick one up for $312 unlocked today. That’s about $38 less than usual, and while it was slightly cheaper around the holidays, this is still a great bargain if you’re in the market for a new handset. [Nexus 5X, $312]
If you’re hosting a Super Bowl party in a few weeks (or just, you know, like snacks), Amazon’s offering 20% off various chocolate products, and 25% off Cheez-Its and Pringles today. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any chicken wing coupons.
One thing I’ve learned in my extensive personal research into toaster ovens is that, with very few exceptions, you need to spend about $200 to get a good one. Sure, there are hundreds of cheap metal boxes with three knobs that will (inconsistently) brown your bread or heat up a slice of pizza, but when it comes to features, speed, and above all, consistency, you really do get what you pay for.
That logic certainly applies to the Cuisinart Chef’s Toaster Convection Oven, which is marked down to $220 today on Amazon. Instead of fiddly knobs, you get a digital screen with precise information. Rather than two small heating elements, you get five, plus convection fans to distribute that heat evenly. And while cheap toasters might hold two or four pieces of bread, this can easily accommodate up to six standard slices (or nine if they’re small), and customize the toast time to achieve your preferred level of doneness. Yes, it’s an investment, but as I said before, you get what you pay for. [Cuisinart Chef’s Toaster Convection Oven, $220]
Logitech’s UE Mini Boom Bluetooth speaker earned a Wirecutter recommendation as the best portable Bluetooth speaker, and you can score a refurb from eBay today for $37 shipped, the best price we’ve ever seen. [Refurb Logitech UE Mini Boom Bluetooth Speaker, $37]
We’ve seen a lot of motion-sensing night light deals, but this one can automatically turn on when it detects a power outage, and will even work as a flashlight for up to 90 minutes while untethered from the wall. [Etekcity LED Night Light, Flashlight: Rechargeable Emergency Light, $14 with code 8FZJEC8C]
- Garmin Forerunner 225 GPS Running Watch ($190) | Amazon | Today only
- Anker Lightning Cable ($6) | Amazon
- Omaker 5 Pack Premium Micro USB Cable - Multiple Lengths ($8) | Amazon
- Dynex - Selfie Stick ($5) | Best Buy
- PNY U3 64GB MicroSD Card ($20) | Amazon
- Samsung EVO 16GB MicroSD Card ($7) | Amazon
- APC - Back-UPS 1080VA UPS ($100) | Best Buy
- Refurb ION Audio iPA57 Tailgater - Bluetooth Speaker ($65) | Woot
- Anker PowerPort+ 1 Quick Charge 2.0 Wall Charger ($6) | Amazon | Promo code HITW3AYN
- DJI - Phantom 3 Intelligent Flight Lithium-Polymer Battery ($75) | eBay
- Masterbuilt Butterball Indoor XL Fryer with Accessory Pack ($90) | Amazon
- Zmodo 4-Channel Security Systems ($160-$180) | Amazon
- 3M Indoor Window Insulator Kit, 5-Window ($12) | Amazon
- Conair Cuisinart Smart Stick 200 Watt 2 Speed Hand Blender ($31) | Amazon
- Select Keurig K-Cup Packs ($7) | Best Buy
- Insignia - 6-Sheet Stripcut Portable Shredder ($15) | Best Buy
- Cool Living Aluminum Stand Up Desk ($295) | Woot
- Schumacher XP2260 1200 Peak Amp Instant Portable Power Source ($68) | Woot
- 6-Pack TCP LED Flood Light Bulbs ($31) | Amazon
- Gerber Gorge Folding Shovel ($13) | Amazon
- Mortal Kombat X [Xbox One] ($25) | Amazon
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