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We’ve seen SoundPeats’ Qy7 Bluetooth earbuds (and some very similar models) dip under $30 before, but TaoTronics’ creatively-named TT-BH05 Bluetooth earbuds are another great option. With a six hour battery, built-in microphone, and 4.4 star review average, they’re a pretty safe bet at this price, especially if you just bought an Apple Watch and need your first pair of wireless headphones. [TaoTronics TT-BH05 Bluetooth 4.0 Wireless Stereo Headset Earphones, $28]

If these sell out or you just like the looks of the Qy7s better, they’re the same price right now as well.


The MacBook is too slow. The MacBook Air has a bad screen. The new 13” MacBook Pro though lacks any glaring weaknesses (and even has the new Force Touch Trackpad), and you can save $200 on the 256GB model today on eBay, with no sales tax for most buyers. I bought this exact model the day it was announced, and couldn’t be happier with it. If you have any questions about it, hit me up in the comments. [2015 Apple MacBook Pro 256GB, $1300]


Update: Price has gone up to $44

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 12,537 different parts, this deal is for you. The 4.6 star-rated Cuisinart Smart Stick Hand Blender is down to $39 $44 today on Amazon, which is within a few pennies of its all-time low price.

The big advantage here is that unlike a traditional blender, you can dip the Smart Stick 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 HB-155PC Smart Stick Stainless Steel Hand Blender with Whisk, $39 $44]


Shut up and take my money! Unfortunately it isn’t a Blu-ray, but the complete Futurama box set has never been this cheap. It’s a Gold Box deal, so grab it quick before it sells out. [Futurama: The Complete Series [DVD], $59]


Sennheiser’s HD518 headphones have great reviews around the web (including a 4.5 star Amazon average), and Newegg is selling them on their eBay storefront for the lowest price we’ve ever seen. [Sennheiser HD518 On-Ear Headphones, $60]


Want to try out a Sonicare toothbrush without breaking the bank on one of your favorite high end models? You can grab a 2 Series or 3 Series kit for as little as $30 today on Amazon. Click here to see the full list of eligible models, and note that an additional $10 will be taken off in your cart. [Extra $10 off Sonicare 2 Series and 3 Series Toothbrushes]


We’ve got two more great deals on Dyson vacuums today, which is of course your favorite brand. The $170 DC35 Origin is handheld and cordless, but includes a detachable extension wand to turn it into a proper vacuum. The $200 DC40 on the other hand is a traditional upright, but uses Dyson’s iconic “ball technology” to put most of the heavy components in the sphere at the bottom, improving the vacuum’s center of gravity and maneuverability.


Most portable hard drives aren’t really designed for bouncing around in the bottom of your bag, let alone getting splashed with water, but this military-grade 1TB model can handle everything you throw at it, and then some. [Silicon Power 1TB Rugged Shockproof / Waterproof USB 3.0 Military Grade External Portable Hard Drive, $70]


If you don’t own any of these little Cree LED flashlights, you really should. They’re unbelievably bright given their small size, feature a zoomable lens so you can focus the beam, work in heavy rain, and can even run either on a standard AA or the included rechargeable battery.

You might not have an immediate use in mind, but this is one of those buy once, use forever types of purchases. [OxyLED Cree LED Flashlight, $10 with code 65BKSME6]

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Update: This similar-looking model is only $4, but it doesn’t include the rechargeable battery, and shipping will be much slower. Thanks
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It’s not just glass, it’s science! Pyrex is the market leader in glass cookware for a reason, and you can get two of their iconic dishes, complete with matching lids, for $14. [Pyrex Easy Grab 4-Piece Value Pack, $14]


Anyone who tells you that vacuuming is the best chore is dead wrong. If you agree, delegate it to this iRobot Roomba 585 for just $235, today only. [refurb iRobot Roomba 585 Pets, $235]


We’ve had great deals recently on smartphone mounts that attach to your dashboard, or snap onto your air vent, but how about one that’s held up by your car’s long-neglected CD player? [Mpow Grip Pro 2 CD Slot Car Mount Holder, $10 with code VBJUMJQW]


If you’ve been waiting on a few good deals to build a NAS, Newegg has everything you need on sale today.


The best recurring deal on a new Wii U Deluxe bundle is back in stock. No tax for most. [Wii U Deluxe with Two Games, $260]


Just Cause 3 looks like it could be awesome, and you can save a whopping $17 on the PC version if you preorder today from Green Man Gaming. [Preorder Just Cause 3, $43 with code SAVE20-APRILM-AYDEAL]


Today’s featured apparel deal is effectively a 50% off discount: $50 off $100+ at Last Call with code APRIL50. This runs today only, so don’t wait around. Additionally, get free shipping on $99+ with code LCSHIP. [Last Call]

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Click and Grow’s indoor herb garden has been described as “ idiot-proof indoor farming,” and you can get the full starter kit for $60 today, or $40 less than usual. This same deal sold out quickly a few weeks ago, but now it’s back in stock if you hurry.

The kit comes with maintenance-free cartridges of basil, thyme, and lemon balm to get you started, but you can also purchase tomatoes, strawberries, peppers, and more if that’s more your style. You’re not going to feed a family with this thing, but it’s generally pleasant to look at, and nothing beats the feeling of using home-grown ingredients in your cooking. [Click and Grow Smart Farm, $60]


If you have any old hard drives or SSDs lying around, this inexpensive docking station can turn two of them into easy external backup drives.

The box itself doesn’t support RAID; the two drives will show up as two separate volumes on your computer, but it’s still an easy way to set up a ton of external storage. You can also use it to clone one drive to another without using a computer. [Inateck USB 3.0 to SATA Dual Bays USB 3.0 External Hard Drives Docking Station, $35 with code H9YAZQOD]


If you still haven’t purchased a large USB battery pack for plane rides, camping trips, and power outages, Aukey’s new 12,000mAh pack is on sale for a new low price. Aukey claims that this pack is the lightest and smallest 12,000mAh model in the world, and that it uses the same LG battery cells that Apple puts in their iPhones.

$18 for 12,000mAh is a solid price ratio, and Aukey batteries have great reviews across Amazon, so buy with confidence. [Aukey 12000mAh Portable External Battery Pack, $18 with code 2MECQR8Z]


We’re no strangers to Lightning cable deals, but you’ve actually got two solid choices today. Anker’s popular 4.5 star rated cable is down to $7 right now on Amazon, which is cheap enough that you can afford to stock up. If you want a charger too, You can get Mpow’s 4-port USB wall charger and an Mpow Lightning cable for $19, which happens to be the same price Apple charges for a cable by itself


With few exceptions, 20% off iTunes credit is about as cheap as these gift cards get, so this is a great chance to stock up on credit to use on apps, movies, music, TV shows, and paid iCloud storage plans. [$50 iTunes Gift Card, $40]


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