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Assuming you don’t live in California, on the moon, or somewhere equally dry, this intelligent Rachio irrigation controller can keep your lawn green with practically zero work on your part.


The Rachio IRO can control sixteen different zones in your yard, and automatically adjusts watering schedules based on the weather. If you want to keep tabs on it, its iOS and Android app will show you how much water you’re using (and saving), and allow you to make any adjustments necessary, no matter where you are in the world. All of these smarts mean that the IRO can save you 30% on your outdoor water use, so it should pay for itself over time. It’s also EPA WaterSense Certified, meaning your local water company might offer you a rebate for purchasing it.

Today’s $200 deal is reserved for Prime members, but it matches an all-time low, and is well below its usual $300 asking price. [Rachio IRO Smart Irrigation Controller, $200 for Prime members]

$3 is basically the price floor for Lightning cables, so stock up while you can. [Omars 4' Lightning Cable, $3]

So, chances are your tap water is full of dangerous amounts of lead and copper. That sucks! Luckily, you can filter it yourself with Brita products, and we’ve found a few on sale today.

The weird thing about Brita filters is that the ones that attach to your faucet will filter out lead, and the pitchers will filter out copper, but neither will do both. So if you’re really paranoid, you’ll want to fill your Brita pitcher with water that’s already been filtered through a Brita tap attachment. With that in mind, this Brita On Tap system is marked down to just $22 on Amazon, and these Brita Grand pitchers all have a $2 off coupon right now. We occasionally see them cheaper, but if you’re worried about the safety of your tap water, it’s a pretty small investment for your peace of mind.

Life’s too short to vacuum every other day, but luckily, you can pawn that tedious chore off to your very own robot, and three of the best are on sale today.


The iRobot Roomba 650, 770, and 880 are $70-$105 off their normal prices today, with the 650 checking in at just $330. All three models have great reviews, so your decision will come down to the included features. Here’s a chart to help you decide:

Note: This isn’t in the chart, but the 770 includes HEPA filters and two virtual walls, while the 650 has standard filters and just one virtual wall.

Whenever we post a Roomba deal, we see plenty of effusive praise in the comments, so let us know if you think they’re worth it.

iRobot Roomba 650 ($330) | Amazon

iRobot Roomba 770 ($425) | Amazon

iRobot Roomba 880 ($595) | Amazon

Apple’s expansive (and expensive) iPad Pro has been mostly immune from discounts so far, but today, you can save $80 on the 128GB Wi-Fi model. Plus, most buyers won’t have to pay any sales tax. [Apple iPad Pro 128GB, $870]

This would have been helpful before the snowpocalypse, but still, winter’s not done with us yet, and Amazon’s here to help with great deals on dozens of coats and jackets for men, women, and kids.


Inside, you’ll find great looking styles from Kenneth Cole, London Fog, Perry Ellis, Tommy Hilfiger, and more. Just remember that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning these prices will go back to normal at the end of the day. Stay warm out there. [Amazon Coat Sale]

Today only, Amazon’s offering big discounts on a wide array of Skechers shoes, running the gamut from athletic sneakers to leather oxfords. Prices start at just $27, so run, don’t walk, over to Amazon and make your selections before they start selling out. [Skechers Gold Box]

iOttie’s original One Touch smartphone dash mount won a Kinja Co-Op way back when, and the One Touch 2 was also immensely popular whenever we posted a deal. This week, iOttie released the brand new One Touch 3, and you can save 30% during a limited time introductory sale.

The One Touch 3 features an enhanced telescoping arm to bring the phone closer to you while you drive, and is equally suited to mounting on your dashboard or your windshield. And naturally, the cradle has expanded to accommodate 2016's ever-expanding phones. [iOttie One Touch 3, $17 with code EOT3UPGD]

I don’t know how many of you sew, or are interested in learning, but this Singer sewing machine is marked down to $90 as part of an Amazon Gold Box deal today.


The Singer 5400 includes 60 built in stitches, a fully automatic buttonhole mode, and typically sells for around $120. Today’s price is the lowest Amazon’s ever posted, so be sure to grab yours before this deal bursts at the seams. [SINGER 5400 Sew Mate Sewing Machine, $90]

You can get cheap Lightning and MicroUSB cables just about anywhere, but if only the best will do, you should give Anker’s PowerLine models a look.


These cables are built with kevlar fiber and feature reinforced stress points, which means they can last 5-10x longer than typical cables. I own a couple of these, and while I can’t yet speak to how long long they actually last, I can say that they just feel nice. Weighty, solid, premium.

Anker 3-Pack PowerLine MicroUSB Cables ($7) | Amazon | Promo code D6SWG2EN

Anker PowerLine 6ft Apple MFi Certified Lightning to USB Cable ($10) | Amazon | Promo code Y4QNX8RS

Update: Still available, but on the green and blue models.

We see great deals on Bluetooth headphones almost every day, but even I did a double take when I saw this pair of Aukeys for $11. [Aukey V4.1 Bluetooth Sports Headphones with Noise Canceling Wireless Stereo, $11 with code 5FOD8D3G]

All I can say is wow, this might legitimately be the best Xbox One deal I’ve ever seen, including Black Friday. $349 gets you the Gears of War console bundle, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, Forza Horizon 2, and a $30 Amazon gift card. Those games are actually good! If you’ve got a tax refund on the way, I can think of worse ways to blow it. [Xbox One Gears of War Bundle + Assassin’s Creed Syndicate + Forza Horizon 2 + $30 Amazon Gift Card, $349]

If your Xbox Live Gold membership is running low, you can re-up for another year for just $38 today. That’s $22 less than renewing through Microsoft. [Microsoft Xbox Live 12 Month Gold Membership, $38]

Just because your house or apartment doesn’t have a doorbell doesn’t mean you’ll have to rely on knocking like a caveman. This $14 kit has everything you need to install one, no wiring required. You can even choose from 52 different chimes! [iClever Smart Wireless Doorbell - 600 Feet Operating Rang with 52 Optinal Chimes, $14 with code P5RIFW4D]

This highly-rated apple corer looks great, is made of durable stainless steel, and will only set you back $6 right now. It’ll barely take up any room in a drawer, so at this price, there’s really no reason not to try it out. [X-Chef Stainless Steel Apple Corer, $6]

If you own a phone that supports Quick Charge 2.0, and you haven’t already replaced all of your charging adapters, there’s really no excuse anymore. Each of these only have one Quick Charge port, but the prices are right in line with what we’d expect to see on standard chargers.


Omaker Quick Charge 2.0 Dual USB Ports Portable Wall Charger ($7) | Amazon | Use code 8DHVRYA6

Tronsmart 3-Port Quick Charge 2.0 USB Car Charger ($8) | Amazon | Use code 3USBCHAR

I don’t think we’ve ever posted a deal on an aquarium, but this one has a 4.5 star review average, a built in filtration system, white and blue LEDs, and an all-time low price. I would totally get this if I didn’t have a poorly behaved cat. [Marineland ML90609 Portrait Aquarium Kit, 5-Gallon, $42]

While it’s been replaced by a new model with a real app store, the third generation Apple TV is still a great little streaming device in its own right, particularly if you own other Apple devices. This deal from Walmart is the best price we’ve ever seen, and a solid bet if you don’t want to spend $150 on the new one. [Apple TV Third Generation, $49]

Want Bluetooth audio and handsfree calling in your older car? This tiny dongle takes the Bluetooth signal from your phone, and retransmits over a 3.5mm AUX connection, or to one of three preset FM radio stations. If you go the FM route, the sound quality will take a hit, but it’ll be a truly wireless experience, and probably your best option short of buying an entirely new stereo. We’ve seen deals on similar products before, but never for under $10. [DBPOWER Bluetooth Music Receiver/FM Transmitter, $9 with code ZRLOYN99]

This deal is currently backordered, but still, 30 (mostly-great) sports documentaries for $15 is worth the wait for any sports fan. [ESPN 30 for 30 Collector’s Set, $15]

If Skechers aren’t your thing, you can also find big savings in TOMS’ surprise sale. Inside, you’ll find shoes, sunglasses, bags, and more for up to 75% off, and as always, every purchase helps support those in need. [TOMS Surprise Sale]

If you need to upgrade your sound system in time for the Super Bowl, one of your favorite sound bars is down to an all-time low price today on Amazon for Prime members only. And while the “bar” itself is great, what really makes this system special is its included wireless subwoofer and satellite speakers. That means you can experience true 5.1 surround sound at an incredibly cheap price, with no A/V receiver required.

The secret sauce here is the wireless subwoofer, which sits in the back of the room, and acts as a hub to plug in your rear channel satellite speakers. The upshot here is that you don’t need to run any wires from your TV across the room, and you don’t even need an AV receiver. I own the 2014 model of this system, and I can’t believe how great it sounds, or how easy it was to set up. [VIZIO SB3851-C0 38-Inch 5.1 Channel Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer and Satellite Speakers, $198 for Prime members. Discount shown at checkout.]

Update: The older model of this setup is now marked down to $120 at Walmart.

If you don’t have a good cooking thermometer in your kitchen, this one has a 4.5 star average on over 3500 reviews, and you can pick one up for just $8. [Chef Remi Cooking Thermometer, $8 with code 8W6BY59J]

It wasn’t that long ago that $100 was a good price for a 1TB hard drive. Now, that gets you four times the space. [Samsung D3 Station 4TB Hard Drive, $100]

My dog burped in my face yesterday, and I nearly threw up on his, so I’ll probably be buying some of these. And while at-home oral care probably won’t totally replace professional dental work, it can at least mean fewer expensive appointments at the vet. Just note that you won’t see the discount until checkout. [Extra 15% off Greenies Dental Pet Treats, Discount Shown At Checkout]

While the 1366x768 display is nothing to write home about, this workhorse Lenovo Thinkpad packs 8GB of RAM, a 256GB SSD, a fingerprint reader, and an all-important TrackPoint cursor nub. Its most important spec though is its price; it’s a total steal at $450. [Lenovo L450 14" ThinkPad, $450]

My momma always taught me, whenever you see a 20,000mAh battery pack on sale for under $20, you buy it. [Aukey 20000mAh Portable Charger External Battery Power Bank with AiPower Tech, $19 with code OKQ4JHJT]

For just $6 today, you can sip your drinks in style with a four pack stainless steel drinking straws. I own a set of these, and use one every day in my drinking glass, but they’re also great when you’re entertaining and want to class up the drinks you serve your guests. [X-Chef Stainless Steel Bend Replacement Metal Straws with Cleaner Brush, Set of 4, $6]





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