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We’ve seen a lot of good deals on waterproof smartphone bags lately, but today you can choose from three different colors for $8 each. If you have any upcoming trips to the beach, lake, or river, it’ll be $8 well spent. [Inateck IPX8 Waterproof Case Bag with Touch Screen (3 colours to choose, $8 with code E6TRQSM4]

Many newer Android smartphones support a technology called Qualcomm Quick Charge, which allows them to charge up to 75% faster than usual when plugged into a certified high-power charger. If your phone is supported, we’ve got the first deal we’ve ever seen on a compatible USB battery pack, as well as a discounted Quick Charge wall charger.


Aukey Quick Charge 2.0 10000mAh Portable External Battery Fast Charger ($25) | Amazon | Promo code 3QXBUPPC

Aukey Quick Charge 2.0 18W USB Turbo Wall Charger ($10) | Amazon | Promo code II4SR9PE

If you’ve been waiting on a good deal to upgrade your home network to 802.11ac, this might push you over the edge. Amazon’s tossing in a free 1TB external drive when you purchase a highly-rated NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 router for $170. That’s within $10 of the router’s all-time low price on its own, and the hard drive makes it the best deal we’ve seen. [NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band Wi-FI Gigabit Router (R7000) + Toshiba Canvio Basics 1TB Portable Hard Drive, $170]

Note: We posted this deal a couple weeks ago at $178, but now it’s even cheaper.

If you’re smart home-curious, Belkin’s WeMo line of outlet and light switches is a great gateway drug into the world of home automation, and several of the most popular models are on sale right now.


The classic WeMo switch and light switch are both down to $31, and the newer energy-monitoring Insight switch is only $39. In all cases, these are the lowest prices we’ve ever seen on products that rarely see significant discounts. Just note that it’s a Gold Box deal, meaning these prices are only available today, or until sold out. [Amazon]

Belkin WeMo Switch ($31) | Amazon | Today only

Belkin WeMo Light Switch ($31) | Amazon | Today only

Belkin WeMo Insight Switch ($39) | Amazon | Today only

Samsung’s NX30 is a great mirrorless shooter, particularly for anyone buying their first “real” camera, and you can score one for an all-time low $500 today. Just note that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning these prices are only available today, or until sold out. [Samsung NX30 20.3MP CMOS Smart WiFi & NFC Mirrorless Digital Camera with 18-55mm Lens, $500]

If you fancy yourself an amateur sommelier, this Waring Professional Wine Center is a fantastic deal at $35.

The kit includes an electric wine opener that can pop up to 50 corks on a single charge, a preserver that vacuums all of the extra air out of your opened bottles to keep the wine fresh, and a charging base to keep them both powered up. Today’s price is the lowest ever listed, and it would make a great gift as well. [Waring Professional Wine Center, $35]

If you spent $350-$18,000 on an Apple Watch, it’s probably worth spending $5 on a nice charging cradle for your nightstand. The catch is that since this model holds the watch vertically, it won’t work with watchOS 2’s alarm clock mode, but if that doesn’t bother you, it’s a fantastic deal. [LoHi Apple Watch Charging Stand, $5 with code W9VQWPG8]

Most flashlights throw a concentrated beam out of one end, but this LOFTEK alternative illuminates what’s essentially the “handle” instead. That means that this is really more of a lantern than a proper flashlight, but even so, it’s perfect for camping and power outages.


Once you’ve gotten yours and charged it up via USB, you can set it to four different brightness settings, or even activate its strobe function for emergencies. [LOFTEK Portable 4-Level Adjustable Brightness LED Flashlight, $12 with code QST5AA47]

We’ve posted a lot of deals on motion-sensing night lights lately, but this one has a few new twists. Unlike others we’ve posted, this one comes with a base that you’ll need to plug into a power outlet, but the upside is that you can actually pop the light out and use it as a portable flashlight. Plus, if it detects a power outage, it’ll turn itself on automatically. [Etekcity 3-in-1 Battery Powered Motion Sensor Activated LED Night Light & Handheld Flashlight & Power Failure Emergency Lamp, $14 with code LIGHTLED]

Whether you’re counting calories, baking, measuring espresso shots, or weighing small packages, a kitchen scale is a always a great tool to have on hand. This one has a stack of great reviews and is under $8 today, so there’s no need to weigh your options. [Etekcity 11lb/5kg Digital Kitchen Food Scale with 0.01oz Resolution, $8 with code DKSLF2FF]

Whether you need a microSD card, or a full-sized model, Samsung’s popular 64GB options are on sale today.

Samsung 64GB EVO Class 10 microSD Card with Adapter ($20) | Walmart

Samsung 64GB PRO Class 10 SDXC Card ($30) | Amazon

Samsung’s 850 EVO is by far the most popular consumer SSD on the market today, and its 500GB model is down to one of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen today. [Samsung 850 EVO 500GB 2.5-Inch SATA III Internal SSD, $150]

These discounted media drives can hold 32 or 64GB worth of photos, videos, music, and more, and beam them wirelessly to up to up to 8 devices at once, including iOS and Android phones or tablets. That means instead of loading up space-constrained tablets with movies for your next road trip, you can keep everything on one central hub, and stream your content on demand.

SanDisk - Connect 64GB Wireless Media Drive ($55) | Best Buy

SanDisk - Connect 32GB Wireless Media Drive ($40) | Best Buy

When you use a desktop computer, the tiniest interruption in electricity can mean a rage-inducing shutdown, plus all of the lost work that accompanies it. That is of course unless you have a UPS battery backup. If you still don’t own one, this 4.5 star-rated model from CyberPower is down to an all-time low $98 today on Amazon.


The CyberPower CP1500AVRLCD features a 1500VA/900W battery that will keep your average desktop computer running for 1-2 hours on its own, giving you plenty of time to save your work, and even keep going if you expect the outage to be fairly short. It’s one of those things you hope you won’t need often, but you’ll be really glad you own it when you do. Just note that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning this price is only available today, or until sold out. [CyberPower CP1500AVRLCD Intelligent LCD UPS 1500VA 900W AVR Mini-Tower, $98]

If you’re in the market for a new gaming mouse, you’ve got a couple of solid options today. The Logitech G303 has fantastic reviews around the web, and features on the fly DPI switching from 2oo all the way to 12,000. [Logitech - G303 Daedalus Apex Optical Gaming Mouse, $30]

If $30’s a little more than you want to spend, the iClever 3200 DPI gaming mouse is down to just $13. It’s not a “name brand” mouse by any stretch, but it still has great Amazon reviews, and is a fine choice for occasional PC gamers. [iClever 3200 DPI LED Wired USB Optical Gaming Mouse, $13 with code X3ALR55E]

You’re an intelligent, worldly consumer of Gawker Media websites, so I’ll assume you’ve seen Firefly. That said, if you know anyone that hasn’t, the complete Blu-ray for $15 is a fantastic gift. [Firefly: The Complete Series, $15]

If you enjoy cooking, and you don’t own a KitchenAid mixer, it’s a near scientific certainty that you want one. You can pick up a refurb of the KitchenAid Pro 6-quart mixer on eBay today in a spectrum of colors for just $210. [Refurb KitchenAid Pro 600 6 Quart Stand Mixer, $210]





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