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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! [Nubee Non-contact Infrared Thermometer, $12 with code N5008OFF]

We see a lot of Bluetooth speaker deals around these parts, but I don’t think we’ve ever had so many good options on one day. Most options are part of an Amazon Gold Box deal, meaning the prices are only available today, or until sold out.

Note: Multiple colors available in many cases.

Beats by Dr. Dre - Pill 2.0 Portable Bluetooth Speaker ($150) | Best Buy

Westinghouse Unplug Wireless Bluetooth Sound System ($24) | eBay

AmazonBasics Ultra-Portable Mini Bluetooth Speaker ($27) | Amazon

TDK Life On Record A28 Trek Flex Weather Resistant Wireless Bluetooth Speaker ($75) | Amazon

NYNE Multimedia Inc Bass Portable Bluetooth Speaker ($110) | Amazon

Outdoor Tech OT4200 Big Turtle Shell - Ultra Load Rugged Bluetooth 4.0 Wireless Boombox & Powerbank ($130) | Amazon

Philips BT100B/37 Wireless Mini Portable Bluetooth Speaker ($18) | Amazon

House of Marley Get Together Portable Bluetooth Audio System ($130) | Amazon

TDK Life On Record A12-2PK Trek Bluetooth Wireless Speaker, 2 Pack (Black) ($48) | Amazon

Mpow Boombag Portable Bluetooth 4.0 Speaker ($27) | Amazon | Use code 9W6MOSVV

Mpow Cannon Portable Bluetooth 4.0 Mini Speaker ($24) | Amazon | Use code 8Y5U5L8X

If you’re worried about carpal tunnel, Logitech’s popular Trackman Marble Mouse employs a large trackball so you can move your cursor without actually moving your wrist, and it’s down to an all-time low $15 right now. [Logitech Trackman Marble Mouse, $15]

Another option is this Anker Vertical Mouse for $14. The design of this model simulates a natural “handshake” wrist position, while features like adjustable DPI and browser forward and back buttons mean you won’t be left wanting for a more feature filled (but less comfortable) alternative. [Anker Vertical Ergonomic Mouse, $14 with code 3UKHPA93]

Timbuk2 makes some of our favorite bags, and yours. Today you can take 30% off almost everything they make, along with free shipping on orders over $75. [Timbuk2, 30% off with code WINKWINK]

Tell us about your favorite styles in the comments.

Anyone who thinks vacuuming is the best chore is dead wrong. If you agree, delegate it to this high-end Roomba for $369, a match for an all-time low price, and about $230 less than usual.


Update: The price has actually fallen since this deal was first posted, which is really unusual for an Amazon Gold Box deal.

The iRobot Roomba 780 features dual HEPA filters to trap dust and allergens, and is designed with pet hair in mind. Reviewers give it a 4.3 star average as well, which is a much higher rating than my girlfriend would give me for vacuuming. Most importantly though, pets and babies can ride on top, resulting in hilarious gifs. [iRobot Roomba 780 For Pets and Animals, $369]

Note: This is a Gold Box deal, meaning the price is only available today, or until sold out.

We’ve found a nice collection of accessory deals and bundles to keep your gadgets at 100%.


First up, you can get a standard Lightning cable and a massive, 10’ model for just $15. [iClever 10Ft / 3M Lightning to USB Cable and iClever 3.3 ft / 1 M Lightning to USB Cable, $15. Add both to cart and use code 5KFZNAFA]

For a few bucks more, you can opt for a standard Lightning cable and a four port car charger. [Aukey Lightning to USB Cable and Aukey Multi Port USB Car Charger Power Adapter, $18, Add both to cart and use code NW7F8QA3]

If you prefer to charge up on the go, $16 gets you a Lightning cable and a pocket-sized portable battery. [Aukey 3600mAh Portable Charger External Battery and Aukey Lightning to USB Cable, $16. Add both to cart and use code GG3R6F29]

If you don’t need any Lightning cables, $24 is a great price for a five-port desktop charger and five microUSB cords to go with them. [Aukey [5-Pack] Hi-speed Micro USB 2.0 Cable and Aukey 5-Ports 40W/8A Wall Charger, $24. Add both to cart and use code E62DJ9KU]]

And finally, if your phone can charge wirelessly, we have a Qi charging pad for just $14. At that price, you can scatter them around your house. [Yootech Qi Wireless Charger Charging Pad w/Lifetime Warranty, $14]

Want a new phone without locking yourself into a contract or owing monthly device payments? The excellent Gen 2 Moto X is down to $300 today on Amazon, and compatible in the US with T-Mobile or AT&T. [Motorola Moto X (2nd generation) - GSM - Unlocked, $300]

Note: Available in black and white

You probably didn’t wake up today thinking “I want to buy a bread maker,” but Woot happens to have Amazon’s top-selling model on sale for essentially half price, assuming you don’t mind a refurb. If you like bread, and you like making your own food, this is almost impulse buy territory. [Refurb Cuisinart Automatic Bread Maker, $55]

These Belkin power strips don’t include any fancy features, and they only provide 200 joules of protection, but if you just need some extra outlets, you can’t beat this price. [Belkin 6-Outlet Surge Protector with 2 ft. Cord (2-Pack), $8]

If you want a Big Green Egg charcoal grill, but don’t want to cash in your 401(k) to buy one, this Char-Griller alternative is down to an all-time low $240 today, and a great investment for meat lovers everywhere.

The Char-Griller Akorn Kamado Kooker features a 306 square inch cast iron cooking surface (which is most similar to the $829 large Big Green Egg), and traps heat inside a heavily-insulated stainless steel body. Our deal researcher, Corey, owns a BGE, and I asked him about it on Slack:

And I use my BGE for about 70% of meat meals.

Probably 90% during the warm months.

Best Father’s Day gift I’ll ever get.

Lana jokes that she’s the one who benefits most because I cook on it all the time.

Worth the price just for its ability to cook pizza, IMO.

But pork chops, lions, tenderloin are beyond incredible on it.

Obviously, this isn’t the “real thing,” but the consensus among Amazon reviewers is that it’s at least nearly as good, which sounds like a decent compromise considering it’s less than 1/3 of the price, and comes with a stable cart and folding shelves, both of which you’d need to buy separately with the Egg. [Char-Griller Akorn Kamado Kooker, $240]

Note: Temporarily out of stock, but you can still lock in your order at this price.

If you need some new summer reading, the popular Elizabeth Street by Laurie Fabiano is down to $2 on Kindle, today only.

Based on true events, Elizabeth Street is a multigenerational saga that opens in an Italian village in the 1900’s, and crosses the ocean to New York’s Lower East Side. At the heart of the novel is Giovanna, whose family is targeted by the notorious Black Hand -the precursor to the Mafia. Elizabeth Street brings to light a period in history when Italian immigrant neighborhoods lived in fear of Black Hand extortion and violence-a reality that defies the romanticized depiction of the Mafia. Here, the author reveals the merciless terror of the Black Hand-and the impact their crimes had on her family. Giovanna is based on Fabiano’s great-grandmother, and the book’s heroes and villains - such as Lieutenant Petrosino, the crusading cop and “Lupo the Wolf,” a cold-blooded criminal - are drawn from real life in this thrilling tale. While set in a dynamic historical context, Elizabeth Street is, above all, the dramatic story of the heroine, Giovanna, and how she triumphed over tragedy.

Funny coincidence: Gawker’s main office is located on Elizabeth Street. 4.4 stars on over 1700 reviews. [Elizabeth Street, $2]

If you still haven’t played Dragon Age: Inquisition, Amazon’s knocked it down to $30 today on all platforms, which is a pretty terrific $/hours of content ratio. If you own an Xbox One, it’ll be in the EA Access Vault later this year, but for all other platforms, this is a great deal. [Dragon Age Inquisition, $30]

If Microsoft’s E3 announcements made you give the Xbox One a second look, you can score a terrific deal today from Microsoft’s online store. [Xbox One Master Chief Collection Bundle + Assassin’s Creed Unity + $50 Microsoft Gift Card, $349]

Major League Baseball just kicked off their annual Father’s Day sale, allowing you to save 50% on an annual MLB.TV subscription for the rest of the 2015 baseball season. My Reds appear to be dead in the water, unfortunately, but if your favorite team or disgusting baseball chin is still in the hunt for a pennant (and if you live out of market), this is a fantastic deal. [MLB.TV Premium, $50]

I’m not sure what I’d do without my SodaStream, and you can get your very own Fountain Jet starter kit complete with four carbonating bottles and a mini starter CO2 canister for just $50. [SodaStream Fountain Jet with 4 Bottles, $50]

Fallout 4’s Pip-Boy Edition lets you strap your second screen experience to your wrist, and has been going in and out of stock since it was announced. Best Buy has it as of 11AM ET, but if you don’t see it there, see if Amazon has it. [Fallout 4 Pip-Boy Edition]


Dishonored 2, Dishonored Definitive, and Doom are also up for preorder if you’re so inclined.

If you own a PlayStation console, PlayStation Plus pays for itself with access to free games and discounts, and you can save $10 on a year’s subscription today. [PlayStation Plus 12 Month Membership, $40]

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