Electric shavers, floating speakers, and popular running shoes lead off Tuesday’s best deals.

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Mizuno’s popular Wave Creation 17 running shoes typically sell for about $130 around the web, but today only, Amazon’s marking them down to just $64 as part of a Gold Box deal. Men’s and women’s versions are both available, and you can even choose from over half a dozen color schemes.

Just remember that like all Gold Box deals, these prices are only available today, or until sold out. What I’m saying it, run, don’t walk to lock in your order.

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You didn’t need to wait long for a discount on Overwatch: It’s down to $49 today on Amazon for all purchasers, or $48 for Prime members.


Dorco Pace Trial Pack, $15+free shipping, use code M623888

Dorco, the best deal in razor blades and supplier of Dollar Shave Club, is taking 50% off their Pace Trial Pack today, and throwing in free shipping for good measure. That’s a handle and 18 blades for under $15. The pack comes with 3-blade, 4-blade, and 6-blade cartridges, so you’ll get a chance to see which works best for your face. Use code promo code M623888.

These are the exact same cartridges, and work with the same handle, as Dollar Shave Club’s “4X” razor system.


This little Bluetooth speaker floats—literally floats—and spins above your desk like a tiny Death Star, and it can be yours for an all-time low $105 today, or about $45 less than usual.

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The ICE Floating Bluetooth Speaker uses an electromagnetic base to hover a centimeter or so in the air, but you can also use the orb on its own as a portable Bluetooth speaker. Obviously, it’s a gimmick, but as far as gimmicks go, it’s a pretty damn cool one.

Just note that like all Gold Box deals, this price is only available today, or until sold out.


Everyone should own a few USB charging station, and this $20 model from Aukey even includes a Quick Charge 2.0 port. That’s perfect for your nightstand, your desk at the office, and really anywhere else that you spend a lot of time.

Don’t need Quick Charge? Here’s a 6-port alternative from Anker for $15 with code NE2M3MWF (black) or OH39AMQ8 (white).


GreenWorks’ 20-inch battery-powered lawn mower is actually Amazon’s top-selling walk-behind mower, and you can own one today for $289, or within $10 of an all-time low. That includes two batteries, which combined, should get you over an hour of mowing time.


Panasonic’s high end Arc5 electric shavers certainly aren’t cheap, but with five floating blades, you won’t find many that give you a closer or more comfortable shave. Two different models are on sale for some of their lowest ever prices today; one with a charging and cleaning station for $200, and one without for $150.

Just note that like all Gold Box deals, these prices are only available today, or until sold out.

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Update: Now $19.

Today only on Amazon, you can drink deep from the discount spring with the lowest price ever on the LifeStraw personal water filter today. If you aren’t familiar, these allow you to slurp up basically any source of fresh water you find in nature. Hopefully you never need one, but if you like to spend time outdoors, it’s worth keeping one in your bag.


PS Vita, $140

The PS Vita doesn’t get a ton of new games at this point, but it might be worth it just for remote PS4 streaming, and you can pick one up for just $140 today, the best price we’ve ever seen.


Gonex Running Belt, $5 with code 7N5FQ5SB

Stretchy running belts are a more versatile alternative to smartphone arm bands, and you can take one on your next jog for just $5.



They won’t track your steps or make Dick Tracy-style phone calls, but these men’s fashion watches from Seiko look way nicer than any smart wearable, and seven of them are available for $50-$66, today only as part of a Gold Box deal.

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Lifehacker has posted something in the neighborhood of 13 million projects you can create with Arduino, and Amazon’s selling starter kits for $73 today, an all-time low.


$65 might seem like a lot to spend on an anti-fatigue mat, but if you spend a lot of time working in the kitchen, it’s definitely a justifiable expense. The best part of the Imprint Cumulus9 is that it’s 6' long, or about twice as long as most competing mats, meaning you won’t have to slide it around your floor as you move around the kitchen.

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Today’s $65 deal is the lowest price ever, and especially tempting considering it was consistently $100 or more as recently as March.


Outside of Black Friday and coupon mistakes, there aren’t a lot of chances to save money on SONOS. Take advantage of this promotion to snag an Amazon gift card with your new speakers. Gift card amounts vary depending on which SONOS products you buy.

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SONOS is easily the best wireless speaker system around, and makes your pick for best sound bar.


Here’s a killer combo deal. Get the splashproof Mpow Armor Bluetooth Speaker with built-in 1000mAH battery, and a 3-foot Mpow Lightning Cable for a combined price of $26. Add both to your cart, and use code LN9SH2WG.


These are around until Sunday, assuming they don’t sell out.

Gears Xbox One Console + $50 AMZN Gift Card + Second Controller + Halo 5 LE + Forza Horizon 2 for $349

3 Game Xbox One Console + $50 AMZN Gift Card + Second Controller + Halo 5 LE + Forza Horizon 2 for $369


Dell’s S2817Q 28" 4K Monitor has never been below $441 on Amazon, but you can grab one on eBay right now for $400, plus no tax for most and free shipping.

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