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If you're still using the crappy shower head that came with your home or apartment, Amazon's offering you a great chance to upgrade. For a limited time, you can save an additional 20% on select Delta shower heads, including several of The Sweethome's favorites. I've had the Delta 75152 for a few years, and absolutely love it, especially for the price. [Extra 20% off Delta Shower Heads]

Note: Final price is shown at checkout, and is in addition to any discounts listed on the product page. Items must be shipped and sold by Amazon.com, so make sure you aren't trying to buy from a third party seller.


Western Digital makes some of the most trusted hard drives on the market, and their beefy 4TB My Book model is marked down to $119 today, which is actually the same price they're charging for 3TB. The price has dipped down to this level a few times in the past, but it's never lasted long, so grab yours quickly. [WD My Book 4 TB USB 3.0 Hard Drive, $119]


Today only, Amazon's knocking a whopping $60 off the price of the surprisingly-great Kindle Fire HD 7, bringing it down to just $79 (or $99 for the 16GB version). That's $30 less than the previous all-time low price, and even $20 less than the Lilliputian Fire HD 6. You could go so far as to call it a <clears throat> "fire sale."

This thing isn't going to replace your computer, but it's a perfectly serviceable Netflix-streaming, game-playing piece of glass, and at $79, that's a-okay. If you're on the fence, be sure to check out Gizmodo's review (which is technically of the 6" model, but internally the 7" is identical), but remember that this price is only available today, so don't dawdle. [Kindle Fire HD 7, $79. 16GB model also available for $99]

Need a cover to go with it? Amazon's selling a bunch of them for $12 as well, today only.


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Cree is undoubtedly the most-trusted name in LED lighting, and their 75W equivalent soft white bulb is down to $11 right now, if you're willing to wait out a backorder. That's a match for the all-time low price on an item that will pay for itself both in energy savings and longevity that's measured in decades. [Cree 75W Equivalent Soft White (2700K) A19 LED Light Bulb, $11]


If you ever go camping, or even on long hikes in the wilderness, it might be worth picking up this discounted paracord bracelet on Amazon.

$9 gets you a bracelet made a 9' strand of paracord (which itself contains seven thinner strands as well), and a buckle that also doubles as a flint fire starter and whistle. Hopefully you never have to use this, but it's not a bad idea to keep it handy before you head out into the wild. [Ohuhu 9'' Survival Paracord Bracelet with Flint Fire Starter and More, $9 with code 7SIENMZR]


You can never have too many Lightning cables, especially when you can get two for $15. That's less than Apple charges for one. [2x iClever MFi-Certified Lightning Cables, $15. Add two to cart and use code S5DT4KPA]


Ready to upgrade your home theater to 4K? This 4 star-rated 60" LG is going for $1199 today, an all-time low. It features a viewing angle-friendly IPS panel, 4K upscaling for legacy content, and a built-in 4K Netflix app so you can see every pore on Frank Underwood's face. [LG Electronics 60-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED HDTV, $1199]


Want a solid pair of noise-canceling over-ears that won't break the bank? Audio-Technica's QuietPoints are down to $100 right now, matching an all-time low. [Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7B QuietPoint Active Noise-Cancelling Closed-Back Headphones, $100]


We've seen a handful of $25 Bluetooth speakers, but not many of them can go into the shower with you. The Omaker M4 can do just that thanks to its IP54-rated splash resistance, and still deliver up to 12 hours of playtime on a single charge. [Omaker M4 Splashproof Bluetooth Speaker, $25 with code 99OMAKER]


Synology NAS boxes accounted for three of the five Lifehacker nominations for best NAS, and their single-drive diskless model is cheaper than ever right now. A single drive NAS obviously won't have the redundancy or RAID options you'd get from most models, but if you just want a basic shared drive for your home network, it's a fantastic deal. [Synology America DiskStation 1-Bay Network Attached Storage, $99]

Don't forget to pick up a NAS-optimized WD Red drive to stick in there, while you're at it.


The best recurring deal on a new Wii U Deluxe bundle is back in stock. No tax for most. [ Wii U Deluxe with Two Games, $260]


Been waiting for a deal on the New 3DS XL? If you pay $9 more than MSRP today, you'll also get your choice of game. These aren't from the bargain bin either; your options include Majora's Mask, Super Smash Bros., Pokémon, and other popular titles. [New 3DS XL With one of 10 games Including Zelda MM, Pokemon, Smash Bros, More, $209]


If you need to add a new DualShock 4 for your collection, you can pick one up on eBay today for $45. That's not a huge discount vs. their usual $50 selling price, but controller prices tend to be pretty stubborn, so it's a solid investment if you need one. [DualShock 4, $45]


If you're curious about gaming mice, but want to see what the fuss is about before dropping a ton of money on a high end model, how's $11 sound for a starter mouse?

So what's $11 get you? More than you might expect:

  • Extra 2x30G Weight Added; Professional gaming engine drives for enhanced performance. Powerful Gaming Function: professional gaming software equipped with 3 modes of macro definition, meet different demands
  • High precision Avago 5050 sensor ensures responsiveness and Stability; Omron micro switches create unsurpassed tactile feedback and speed with firm and crisp clicks
  • Customizable thumb forward/backward buttons and 800/1600/2400DPI adjustable buttons with breathing Led light; Separate 'DPI +' and 'DPI -' buttons for easier switch
  • 125 -1000Hz adjustable polling rate guarantees smoother and more accurate movements; Store up to Three ready-to-play profiles letting you switch games/functions on the fly
  • 1 Year Warranty; Gold-plated copper braided wire offers stretch resistance and durable use; Anti-Skid Rubber coating provides comfortable gaming experience

[ Etekcity Scroll X1 2400DPI Wired Gaming Mouse, $11 with code M555GAME]


I'm not sure I've ever had more fun in a movie theater than when I saw Cabin in the Woods. Buy it. [The Cabin in the Woods, $5]


The deal that just didn't want to stay in stock is back, at least for now. These Velcro cable ties are one of the most popular items we've ever listed, and at $6 for a 100-pack, it's easy to see why.

If the back of your home theater or your desk is a rat king of tangled wires, this is one of the easiest and most economical ways of wrangling them. The issue is that whenever we see them in stock at this price, they sell out within hours, so grab a pack while you can. [100 Velcro Cable Ties, $6]


It's almost beach season, but before you head into the water, you'll want to make sure your phone is safe. This highly-rated IPX8-certified dry bag will fit phones with up to 5.3" screens and will give you full access to the device (including the camera!) at depths of up to 100'. Plus, when you're out of the water, it'll prevent sand from ruining your screen, which is worth the price tag by itself. [FRIEQ Universal Waterproof Dry Bag for Smartphones, $8 with code AXEUWHIA]

Note: You can use the same code for 15% off the blue and pink non-floating models as well, but they cost more for some reason, so you'll pay a few extra bucks.


You've been wanting to buy a KitchenAid for awhile, so between this deal and your tax refund, you can finally justify it. These are basically the be-all, end-all of stand mixers, and can be outfitted for dozens of kitchen tasks with various attachments and accessories. Plus, if you take good care of it, it'll last you for decades. [Refurb KitchenAid Artisan 5-Quart Stand Mixer, $170]


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