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Belkin’s iconic mini surge protector is ideal for traveling, or just for plugging in behind your night stand, and you can grab one today on Amazon for just $15, which is within a few pennies of its all-time low price.

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While the three AC outlets and two USB charging ports are nice, the real star of the show here is the surge protector’s 360 degree swiveling plug. That means you’ll be hard pressed to find an outlet where this won’t fit, including the ones built into the nightstand lamps in hotel rooms. [Belkin SurgePlus 3-Outlet Mini Travel Swivel Charger Surge Protector, $15]

Still not convinced? This thing is currently running away with the title on Lifehacker’s portable power strip Hive Five.

Want to sacrifice an AC port, but gain three extra USBs? [ORICO 3-in-1 Desktop Power Strip 2 AC Outlet Surge Protector with Phone Stand and 40W 5 Ports USB Charging Station, $24 with code H3D9RCLX]


Mpow’s Swift Bluetooth earbuds have quickly become one of the most popular items we’ve ever posted, but if you’ve missed out up until this point, here’s another chance.

If you own a smart watch and want to use it to listen to music without a phone nearby, these are a must, but they’re also great for jogging, mowing the lawn, or any other activity where you don’t want to get tangled up in wires. [Mpow Swift Bluetooth Earbuds, $19 with code L7CAMRO3]


If you somehow haven’t played Settlers of Catan yet, all you need to know is that it’s basically the board game, perfected. And today, you can add the 5th edition to your game cabinet for just $36, the lowest price Amazon’s ever offered.

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That’s not a huge discount off the game’s typical ~$40 selling price, but it really doesn’t ever go on sale, and it’s worth every penny. All it takes is one game to bring your family closer together, or spoil a lifelong friendship—nobody wants your damn sheep, Steve. Stop asking!—so be sure to grab a box before the price goes back up. [Catan 5th Edition, $36]


If you told me a year ago that you could get a 240GB SSD for $70, I’d have...probably believed you, because that’s how these things go. But still, it’s not that long ago that $70 would have been a great price for a drive half this size, so it’s exciting! [SanDisk SSD Plus 240GB SSD, $70]


I’m not sure how many of our readers sew, but if you happen to be one of them, Amazon’s dropped the price of one of their most popular sewing machines to an all-time low, today only. The Singer 7256 has 70 different stitch options and a 4.4 star rating on over 1,700 reviews, so unless you’re a professional tailor, it should more than suffice for your home sewing needs. [Singer 7256 Sewing Machine, $100]


Best Buy has had some great deals on MacBooks lately, and their hot streak continues with this $300 discount on a 15” Retina MacBook Pro. This particular model comes with a quad core i7 Broadwell processor, 16GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD, so yeah, it should be sufficient for whatever you need. [Apple MacBook Pro 15.4” Display Intel Core i7 16GB Memory 256GB Flash Storage, $1700. Extra $50 off with .edu email]


Uniqlo is actually having sales all across their site, but the highlight here for me are the discounts on HEATTECH [Men’s/Women’s], combined with a $15 off $100 purchase. HEATTECH is Uniqlo’s brand of winter basics like shirts, tights, and socks that keep you very warm while being lightweight and easy to layer. I just stocked up for an upcoming Iceland trip. [HEATTECH (Men’s/Women’s) Discounts + $15 off $100 plus with code THANKS] - Shane

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We’re big fans of Bodum’s double-walled drink tumblers, and their shot glass-sized models are down to a new low price today. Note that this is a 2-pack. [Bodum Pavina 2.5 oz. Double-Wall Espresso/Shot Thermo Glasses, Set of 2, $7]


Want Bluetooth audio and handsfree calling in your older car? This dongle takes the Bluetooth signal from your phone, and retransmits it to the FM radio station of your choice. The sound quality will take a hit, but if you don’t have an AUX jack, this is probably your best option short of buying an entirely new stereo. [Coocheer Wireless Bluetooth FM Radio Transmitter Adapter Hands free Calling Car Kit, $20 with code QAD4INH8]


Whether you have kids of your own, or just want to stock up on gifts before your next baby shower, Amazon is taking 20% off everything from car seats to diaper bags to onesies today, for Prime members only. The sale is in addition to any discounts listed on the product pages, and won’t show up for you until checkout. [Extra 20% off Baby Products. Prime members only. Discount shown at checkout.]


If you can’t quite finish a bottle of wine, this $4 preserver will form an airtight seal to keep it fresh, or even bubbly in the case of champagne. Just place it on the neck of the bottle, and twist to seal. [Metrokane Champagne and Wine Sealer, $4]


The iPad Air 2 is the only 10” iPad that can support true split-screen multitasking, and Staples is taking $150 off every Wi-Fi model they sell. That’s the best deal we’ve ever seen. [$150 off All iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi Models]


Sony’s Alpha a6000 mirrorless camera is a worthy successor to the groundbreaking NEX-7, and eBay currently has a fantastic deal on the popular shooter.

$499 gets you the camera and a kit lens, which is $100 less than Black Friday pricing, and the best price we’ve seen. The a6000 is ridiculously fast, can be crammed into a coat pocket with the right lens in a pinch, and features a gorgeous OLED viewfinder with 100% coverage. If you want to see some hands on impressions and sample shots, be sure to check out Gizmodo’s review. [Sony Alpha a6000, $499]


You probably don’t need a Doomsday Preppers-style bunker, but it doesn’t hurt to take a few simple steps to prepare yourself and your home for the various natural disasters that can disrupt modern life. [The Prepper’s Pocket Guide: 101 Easy Things You Can Do to Ready Your Home for a Disaster [Kindle], $2]


We see a lot of ultra-cheap gaming mice, but not so many keyboards. Today, we’ve got two. At these prices, they obviously aren’t mechanical, but you still get features like customizable backlighting and programmable function keys.

Etekcity Scroll K9500 Professional Gaming Keyboard ($23) | Amazon | Use code KEYBOAR1

Masione Domineering LED USB Gaming Keyboard with 7 Adjustable Colorful Backlights ($20) | Amazon | Use code IZ37AR33


For whatever reason, Newegg is currently selling preorders of Mario Tennis Ultra Smash for just $40, or $20 less than retail. I admit, I haven’t played a Mario Tennis game since the N64 days, but for 33% off, I might just pick this up myself. [Preorder Mario Tennis Ultra Smash, $40]


Halo 5: Guardians isn’t dropping until October 27, but Prime members can save $10 if they preorder today. This game has had a Prime preorder discount for awhile, but it used to be $7. As always with Amazon preorders, you won’t be charged until the game ships, you should get it on launch day, and [Preorder Halo 5: Guardians, $50 for Prime members only. Discount shown at checkout]

Don’t have Prime? Start a free trial here.


I honestly wasn’t expecting to ever see a deal on the Destiny: The Taken King Limited Edition PS4 bundle, but lo and behold, Amazon is throwing in a free copy of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain with your purchase today. [PlayStation 4 500GB Console - Destiny The Taken King with Metal Gear Solid V, $400]


Most external battery packs have a small LED flashlight built in, but this one from Kmashi is more like a dedicated flashlight, but with a beefy 11,200mAh battery pack attached. Accounting for the battery alone though, $10 is a fantastic price. [KMASHI Mini 11200mAh External Battery Pack With Lamp, $10 with code XGPG4JVN]



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