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Amazon is slicing, sawing, and cutting the prices on a selection of Swiss Army Knives today. Grab one before the model you want sells out.


Amazon’s offering great deals on Anova’s excellent sous vide circulator. $169 gets you the new Bluetooth + Wi-Fi model, which is a tie for its all-time low price. It’ll cook the most tender and flavorful meats you’ve ever tried.

Lifehacker has a great explainer on sous-vide cooking for you to check out, but the basic idea is that you seal your food in plastic bags, and then cook it in precisely heated water over a fairly long period of time. Here are some advantages to this process from Lifehacker’s guide:

  • Cooking sous-vide results in evenly-cooked meat and fish.
  • Cooking sous-vide gives you specific control over the final temperature of the meat, avoiding overdone, dried-out food.
  • You can hold foods cooked sous-vide at their specified temperature for long periods of time without damaging the texture or quality of the dish, making it an ideal cooking method for holiday dinners or meals with multiple components and side-dishes.
  • Bacterial or other contamination is largely not an issue with sous-vide cooking. While you may be cooking up to minimum safe temperatures, the length of time you’re holding the food at its safe temperature will pasteurize your meat and ensure the safety of your food, meaning “safe” meat doesn’t have to equal “dry” or “not pink” meat any longer. Still, keep your meat thermometer handy, and test before serving. Remember, sous-vide lets you hold food at temp for long periods without diminishing the quality of the food, so if it’s undercooked, you can seal the bag and put it back in.
  • Sous-vide cooking is by nature a repeatable process. Set the temperature, set the timer, and walk away. You will wind up with perfectly cooked food every time you do it.

In addition to being a budget version of the incredibly popular Philips Wake-Up Light, this $30 device is also a bluetooth speaker (portable or wired), color-changing LED nightlight/reading light, and more, plus it has touch controls.


Amazon has finally price matched those recent discounts we saw on the Steam Controller. Grab one for $35.


Like a combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell, this micro USB cable has a lightning connector literally in tow, so you’ll have all your bases covered... except USB-C.


16 Dorco Shai Cartridges and free shipping, $12, use code H2SCARTS616

Dorco has become one of the most popular brands we list, not just in razor blades, but across the board. Today we’ve got a deal on Shai blades, their offering marketed toward women. Get 16 cartridges for under $12, plus free shipping with code H2SCARTS616. Let us know if you’re a fan of these in the comments!


ExOfficio’s Give-N-Go boxer briefs were a finalist in our recent best men’s underwear Co-Op, and $15 is one of the best deals we’ve seen on them. That’s still pricey for a single pair of underwear, but reviewers say it’s worth it.

Note: I’m seeing the price on black, charcoal, and curfew, so if your size is out of stock in one color, check the others.


Anker’s new vacuum transforms from handheld to upright, has the impressive runtime you’d expect from the brand that makes your favorite battery packs, a washable HEPA filter, a good warranty, and a $105 price tag that’s within $5 of an all-time low.

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This was Anker’s first foray into cleaning products (the Roomba-inspired RoboVac was the second), and reviewers seem to love it so far. It’ll run for 24 minutes on a charge at full power, or an hour in eco mode, which should be sufficient for most average-sized homes. The standout feature here though is definitely the detachable hand vac, which lets you clean furniture, shelves, and even your car with ease.


Indochino Premium Suits, $375, use promo code KINJA

You voted Indochino your favorite custom clothing company by a wide margin, and today you can dress yourself in one of their premium suits for an exclusive new low price. $375 puts you in a premium suit that typically runs $700-$800, just don’t forget promo code KINJA.

Note: The promo code expires tonight at midnight.

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Amazon’s Prime Pantry program is great for stocking up on household goods and non-perishable foods without actually having to visit a store, but the $5.99 per box shipping charge has always been a drag. This month though, if you buy five select items, you can get that fee waived.

Bonus: If you already have a no-rush free shipping credit in your account, this deal actually appears to stack, netting you an extra $6 discount.

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They ran a similar promotion the last few months with different eligible items. Just add five of them to your box (plus anything else that will fit), and use code PANTRYJUN at checkout to get free shipping.


Vansky White Bias Light, $15 with code EGES1519 | Vansky RGB Bias Light, $19 with code EGES1519

For a few years now, Antec’s USB-powered HDTV bias light has been one of our most reliably popular deals whenever it went on sale. The problem: It only got a significant discount once every few months. Luckily, a copycat has emerged to fill in the gap.

Just like the Antec model, these Vansky LED light strips plug directly into your TV’s USB port for power, and sticks to the back of the set via built-in adhesive. Once you turn your TV on, the light strip will cast a soft glow on the wall behind it, which can reduce eyestrain when watching in the dark, and improve your TV’s perceived black levels.

Whenever we post a deal on the Antec light, it sells out within hours. I’m not sure if that’ll be the case today, but I wouldn’t take any chances.

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