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We’ve seen our fair share of cheap Bluetooth ear buds, but how about on-ears? Mpow’s Muze headphones are wireless, foldable, well-reviewed, and even noise-canceling. That’s a hell of a package for $54. Remember that if you’re getting an Apple Watch or Android Wear watch any time in the near future, you’ll need Bluetooth headphones to listen to music from the device. [Mpow Muze Superb Stereo Sound Bluetooth 4.0 Wireless Headset, $54 with code LN4BGDW9]


After a bit of a false start yesterday, this 20% off iTunes deal is finally live. With a few exceptions, 20% off 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]


For most of the country, it’s finally warm enough to go outside again, but not too hot to be miserable. What better way to celebrate than finding a good book and spending an afternoon on a hammock?

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Today only, Amazon’s selling popular Vivere double hammocks with steel stands for just $94, complete with free shipping. That’s the lowest price ever listed on these 4.6 star-rated hammocks, and an absolute steal when you consider what it must cost to ship a 32 pound box. The hammocks are all designed to hold two people weighing a combined 450 pounds, and the bed is made of 100% breathable cotton, so your cocoon shouldn’t overheat.

This is a Gold Box deal, meaning this price is only available today, or until sold out. There are several color options available right now, but I’d imagine several will be gone by this afternoon. [ Vivere Hammock Sale]


iOttie makes your favorite suction cup-based smartphone car mount, but if you prefer low-profile magnetic vent mounts, their iTap is another popular option. Today’s $17 deal is a solid discount off its usual $25 asking price, and also the lowest price ever listed. [iOttie iTap Magnetic Air Vent Mount, $17]


Earlier today, we had a great deal on an Emeril by All-Clad cookware set, but if you were holding out for a deal on the real thing, Amazon has an all-time low price on a genuine All-Clad D5 10-piece set right now.

The set comes with 8 and 10” fry pans, 1.5 and 3 quart saucepans, a 3 quart sauté pan, an 8 quart stockpot, and all the lids you need to go with them. These are from All-Clad’s D5 line, meaning they have not one, but two layers of fast-heating aluminum sandwiched between three layers of durable stainless steel. And as with all All-Clad products, they come with a lifetime limited warranty that you’ll probably never need to use, as long as you take good care of them.

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Now, let’s talk price. $625 is a lot to spend on pots and pans, but these are basically the best you can get, and they’ll last your entire life. It’s also the lowest price Amazon’s ever listed, and well below its normal $800-$900 range. If you take cooking seriously and want the best tools available, this would be a fantastic investment. [All-Clad D5 10-Piece Cookware Set, $625]


It’s never a bad idea to keep a few HDMI cables handy, and when you can get five for $6, you really have no reason not to. [5-Pack 6’ HDMI Cables, $6]


Ever wanted to pull out a real keyboard to type out a few paragraphs on your phone or tablet? This aluminum Bluetooth keyboard folds up small enough to fit in your pocket or bag, will run for 60 hours on a charge, and can operate all of your favorite devices. [Portable Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard Ultra-slim Mini Wireless Keyboard, $27 with code D5D9XPAX]


Monoprice is already known for bargain basement prices, but they’re currently taking an extra 10% off sitewide with promo code SPRING10, which opens up a whole world of deal possibilities.

We’ve highlighted a few of our favorites items below, but Monoprice is great for cheap cables, speakers, printer ink, and peripherals as well, so be sure to shop around. In fact, Lifehacker put together a guide to help you pick the best stuff. [10% off at Monoprice with code SPRING10]

Let us know what you got in the comments!


Whether you spend a lot of time outdoors, or you just want to be prepared for an emergency, this 14W Anker solar panel can charge up two USB gadgets at once using the power of the sun. $50 is the lowest price we’ve ever seen by $10, and the 4.5 star review average is stellar for a product in this category. [Anker 14W Dual-Port Solar Charger with PowerIQ Technology, $50]

You could also use this to power up some external battery packs so you can keep charging at night. Here are several on sale.


Need a little push to work off your winter blubber? The Fitbit Charge is one of the best fitness trackers you can buy (though sadly this model doesn’t have a heart rate monitor), and you can get one for just $100 today, which is one of the best deals we’ve ever seen. [Fitbit Charge, $100 with code 30BACK]

Note: You must have a Rakuten account for the promo code to apply correctly. Checking out as a guest won’t work.


The 2015 MacBook Air only came out about a month ago, but you can already save $200 on the 13” base model, or $250 if you have access to a .edu email address. [Apple 13.3” MacBook Air w/ Intel Core i5, 4GB Memory, 128GB Flash Storage, $800]

If you’re more of a desktop person, the same discount is available for select iMac models as well. Note that the base model ships with a MacBook Air-level processor, whereas the 1TB model has a quad core chip.


When you think Logitech Harmony, you probably don’t picture a full-sized keyboard, and yet that’s exactly what this is. The Harmony Smart Wireless Keyboard controls all of your connected devices from one place just like their universal remotes, except now you get a trackpad and full keyboard entry for the devices that support it.

And if you just need a typical remote for quick home theater adjustments, this system also allows your smartphone to do anything a remote could via a free app, which is a very nice tough. Best Buy has the keyboard for $80, today only. That’s 0ver $50 less than Amazon [Logitech - Harmony Smart Wireless Keyboard, $80]


We’ve featured deals on Bluetooth receivers, and deals on Bluetooth transmitters, but this little gadget is actually both. So on the one hand, you could plug it into an old MP3 player or TV to add wireless transmitting capabilities, and then with a flick of a switch, plug it into your car’s AUX jack, a pair of headphones, or an old iHome to add Bluetooth receiving. Very versatile! [Mpow Streambot 2-In-1 Bluetooth Receiver/Transmitter, $24 with code XSE99POO]


You guys buy boatloads of IR thermometers whenever we post a deal, and it’s easy to see why. They’re a ton of fun to mess around with, and can come in handy for everything from cooking to home energy savings.

If you still don’t own one, you can rectify that for just $12 today. This one even comes with a holster! [IR Laser Temperature Gun, $12]


The absurdly large 5TB Seagate Expansion 5TB external drive has an absurdly low $120 price tag today. That’s $24 per terabyte! [Seagate Expansion 5TB External, $120]


At least until smart watches get better, your smartphone is the ultimate running companion, and this $7 armband will keep it (and a key!) totally secure. The same promo code will work on the iPhone 6, iPhone 5/5s/5c, and Galaxy S5 models. [ Mpow Running Sport Sweatproof Armband Case + Key Holder, $7 with code UDMRVY8D]


Earlier this week, Gizmodo wrote about Philips’ new $5 LED bulbs, and their 2-for-1 promotion just went live at Home Depot. They won’t ship until May, but $2.50/bulb is still the best deal we’ve ever seen on LED lighting by far. [2-Pack Philips Soft White 60W Equivalent LED Bulbs, $5]


GoPro’s Hero4 Silver action cam is the best action cam for most people, and you can score a free $50 gift card with your purchase today on Amazon. We’ve seen a few slightly better cash discounts on eBay, but if you’d rather buy from Amazon, this is a great bonus. [GoPro Hero4 Silver + $50 Amazon Gift Card, $400]

If you’d rather have the Hero4 Black, which loses the touchscreen but gains 4K/3oFPS video capabilities and better slow motion, it’s also $100 off on eBay. [GoPro Hero4 Black, $400]


Ready to cut the cord? This $15 HDTV antenna has the same low-profile design as the popular Mohu Leaf, but it only costs $15 today. As long as you live in or near a city, this should be able to pull in your basic network channels, but check out Lifehacker’s guide to choosing an antenna if you’re a little confused. [Mediasonic HomeWorx High Performance Super Thin Indoor HDTV Antenna, $15]


Anker’s external USB chargers are among the most popular items we post, and their massive 16,000mAh Astro E5 model is back down to it’s all-time low price today. Note that the code is only valid on the white model. [Anker 2nd Gen Astro E5 16000mAh Portable Charger, $30 with code MMNC2DH3]

Need a smaller model to carry around in your pocket? [ Anker 2nd Gen Astro Mini 3200mAh Lipstick-Sized Portable Charger, $11 with code 5AKJMPXV]


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