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Jabra’s MOVE Bluetooth headphones are Gizmodo’s top entry-level pick in the category, and Jabra’s official eBay storefront has marked them down to an all-time low price today.

In addition to great looks, the MOVE features 8 hours of active battery life, and nearly two weeks of standby time, meaning you shouldn’t have to babysit the battery. Plus, you get a built-in microphone for calls, and a removable cable so you can use them on an airplane as well. Most importantly though, Gizmodo claims they sound just as good as Jabra’s excellent REVO headphones, which retail for nearly twice as much. [Jabra MOVE Bluetooth Headphones, $60]

If you’re more an earbud person, Mpow’s Seals Bluetooth earbuds are also on sale. [Mpow Seals Airflow Sports Bluetooth 4.0 Back Head Headphones, $31 with code P2EKLO6G]


We’ve seen a handful of sub-$20 Bluetooth speakers, but not many of them can join you in the shower. The Omaker M4 can do just that thanks to its IP54-rated splash resistance, and still deliver up to 12 hours of playtime on a single charge. That’s perfect if you like to sing in the shower, or just need to catch up on your podcast queue. [Omaker M4 Water Resistant Portable Bluetooth 4.0 Speaker, $19 with code M4OMAEKR]


If you’ve got the space, and you’ve got the will, it’s tough to beat a LifeSpan treadmill delivered to your front door for $800. This is a Gold Box deal though, so run, don’t walk, to the checkout screen. [LifeSpan TR 1200i Folding Treadmill, $800]


In some ways, the Pebble Time is actually the best smartwatch you can buy, and Newegg has knocked it down to an all-time low $110 today. [Pebble Time Smartwatch, $110 with code EMCAKAK63]


A box cutter, bottle opener, wrench, ruler, and flat head screwdriver, all in a tiny, $3 package. [Nite Ize KMT-11-R3 DoohicKey Multi-Tool, $3]


While it’s obviously no substitute for getting your knives professionally sharpened, this tiny KitchenIQ sharpener can help them maintain their edge for longer. I use this exact model on my beloved Victorinox Fibrox, and I really like it. [KitchenIQ Edge Grip 2 Stage Knife Sharpener, $6]


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