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You never want to be short a USB charging port, so Aukey’s offering new low prices on a pair of extremely popular chargers today.


Aukey 40W / 8A 5 Ports USB Desktop Charging Station Wall Charger ($14) | Amazon | Use code MA3LSLPJ

Aukey 9.6A / 48W 4-Port USB Car Charger ($9) | Amazon | Use code J79AK6NY

It’s no secret that Amazon’s Fire Phone has been a flop. But considering that it started out at $650 unlocked, today’s deal on the handset might just be enough to move a few more units.


Today only, you can get the Fire Phone unlocked for just $159, an all-time low by $30. Admittedly, that’s still a decent chunk of change, but consider what else it comes with:

So really, you’d be paying about a $40 premium for the phone itself. Even if it’s not your daily driver, you could do a lot worse than to keep it around as a backup if your main phone ever breaks. Or, you could use it as some kind of Amazon-centric iPod Touch. Or pop in a prepaid T-Mobile or AT&T SIM card to test out their signal in your area, if you’re interested in switching. What I’m saying is, there are plenty of ways you could put an extra phone to use, and at this price, it might be worth a look. [Amazon Fire Phone, $159]

$14 for a 12,000mAh external charger is a great price, but I’m particularly drawn to the slim profile and clean corners of this particular Poweradd model. [Poweradd Pilot S 12000mAh Portable Charger, $14 with code 8WV3WR83]

Whether it’s gay enough is open to debate, but The Imitation Game was undoubtedly one of the better movies of 2014, and a perfectly reasonable way to kill two hours. If you still haven’t seen it, you can rent it in HD from Amazon for just $1 right now. Once you complete your purchase, you’ll have 30 days to start watching, so you can plan a movie night at your leisure. [Rent The Imitation Game, $1]

This bathroom scale doesn’t sync with your smartphone or anything fancy like that, but it’s cheap, attractive, and reviewers say it’s very accurate. If that’s all you need out of a scale, this is a fantastic price. [Mosiso High Accuracy Digital Bathroom Scale, $18 with code 2ELVSHC5]

This Philips trimmer isn’t going to give you a close shave; it’s built to sculpt and maintain the perfect beard. With 10 different length settings, a 4.2 star review average, and a $15 price tag, any budding bearders should go with the grain and pick one up. [Philips Norelco QT4000/42 BeardTrimmer 3100, $15]

There’s not much to say about this knife-hiding key other than that it looks awesome, and only costs $8. Just don’t forget to leave it at home before you head to the airport. [SOG Specialty Knives KEY-101 Key Knife, $8]

Target just kicked off their Black Friday in July sale, and I can assure you that you won’t confuse it for the real Black Friday. That said, there are a handful of noteworthy deals to check out. We’ve listed a few below, but head over to Target to see the full list. [Target Black Friday in July]

Got a spare internal hard drive or SSD laying around? Turn it into an external storage device with this cheap, tool-free enclosure. [Inateck 2.5 Inch USB 3.0 HDD SATA External Hard Drive Disk Enclosure Case, $10 with code MEJZCFKK]

The UE Boom Bluetooth speaker is the best you can buy, according to Gizmodo, and Amazon will sell you one for $145 today, or $55 off the usual price. Unfortunately, it appears the deal is only available on the Google Play Crystal Edition pictured above, but as long as that doesn’t offend your sensibilities, this is a fantastic price. [UE Boom, $145]

This might be a long shot, but if you just happen to be planning a kitchen remodel, or know somebody who is, this deal might be too good to pass up. $1880 at Sears gets you a stainless steel fridge, dishwasher, range, and over-range microwave. Buying the four appliances separately would set you back over $3,000, so that’s over $1,000 in your pocket to spend on cabinets or a subway tile backsplash. [Kenmore Kitchen Package, $1880]

The compact Ninja Master Prep Professional is one of the more versatile kitchen gadgets you can own, and its back down to an all-time low $40 today on Amazon, for Prime members only.

Want to mix up a frozen smoothie? Chop some onions? Puree a few tomatoes? The Ninja is designed for all of that, and includes three different-sized jars and blade sets to handle your disparate kitchen duties. You can’t say that about most blenders.

Despite the low price, the Ninja has a stellar 4.5 star review average on Amazon, which would be impressive for any inexpensive blender, let alone one as versatile as this. We’ve seen it drop to $40 a few times in the past, but it tends to jump back to the $50-$60 range fairly quickly, so act fast. [Ninja Master Prep Professional, $40. Prime members only]

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If you like board games like Settlers of Catan and Agricola, you’ll definitely want to give Carcassonne a try. Today’s price is the lowest Amazon has ever listed, and a great investment for your next game night. [Carcassonne: New Edition, $24]

This HooToo gadget is actually four devices in one:

  • Travel Router: Turn any ethernet jack you find into a Wi-Fi hotspot, which can still come in handy at certain hotels and conventions.
  • 6,000mAh USB Battery Pack: Keep your phone and tablet charged during a long day away from any power outlets.
  • File Hub: Transfer files and wirelessly stream content from an USB hard drive or flash drive to all of your devices. Imagine loading a cheap flash drive up with movies for a long trip, instead of, say, buying an expensive iPad with more local storage.
  • Dual USB Wall Charger: Self-explanatory

All of those are ideal use cases for travelers, and since it’s an all-in-one solution, it’ll save space in your bag. [HooToo Wireless Hard Drive Companion, $33 with code BGITOUFO]

The GoPro Hero4 Silver might actually a better choice than the Hero4 Black for most consumers. In addition to a lower price tag, it’s actually the first (and to date only) GoPro to include touchscreen. Not even the $500 Black can boast that. Unfortunately, the Silver’s deals have been mostly limited to bundles, rather than cash savings. That changes today with a $50 discount. [GoPro HERO4 Silver, $350]

If your hard drive is overflowing, you can give it some relief with a 1TB external for just $50 today. That’s about as cheap as we ever see 1TB drives these days. [Toshiba Canvio Basics 1TB Portable Hard Drive, $50]

The Sony A7s might be the “new king of full-frame video”, but its price has remained remarkably stubborn at $2500 since it debuted last year. Today though, you can get the camera body plus an extra battery for $2,117, which is by far the best price we’ve ever seen. [Sony A7s Plus Extra Battery, $2117]

Motion-sensing LED night lights have been the surprise hit of 2015 here on Kinja Deals, and we’ve got another great deal on one of the most popular models today.

$8 gets you a single OxyLED T-05 motion sensing light with promo code 7OFT0501. That’s the lowest price we’ve ever seen on a single light, but if you need more than one (they work great in closets and cabinets too, not just hallways), you can save more by buying in bulk. Just use the correct promo code:

  • One for $8 with code 7OFT0501
  • Two for $15 with code 15OFT052
  • Three for $20 with code 25OFT053

Just add however many you need into your cart, and apply the appropriate promo code at checkout for your discount. [OxyLED T-05 DIY Stick-on Anywhere 10-LED Wireless Motion Sensing Light]





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