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If you need a new case for your favorite gadget, Amazon's offering great prices on a variety of options from Speck, today only. Inside, you'll find all variety of cases for iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, and the Galaxy S5, so chances are pretty good you'll find something you can use.

Just note that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning these prices are only available today, or until sold out. [ Speck Case Sale]


The humble and inexpensive cast iron skillet is one of most important pieces of cooking gear you can own, and Lodge's highly-rated 10" model is only $15 today. If you don't own one, you should have no hesitation. [Lodge LCS3 Pre-Seasoned 10-inch Cast-Iron Chef's Skillet, $15]

Note: There was an earlier deal on an All-Clad skillet as well, but it sold out.


Today on Amazon, if you pick up the X version of your favorite headphones for a $135 (about $34 less than usual), and you'll also get a free hard carrying case. Just be sure you choose Amazing Deals Online as the seller, and note the promo code. You might remember that this was a Lightning Deal yesterday, but now it's back for anyone to enjoy. Click here if you still need to know why they're the best. [Audio Technica ATH-M50x Headphones + Carrying Case, $135 with code M50XCASE]


We've featured these handy stick-anywhere lights several times in the past, but they're always really popular. This model doesn't sense motion, but it turns on with just a brush of your finger, making it perfect for closets and cabinets. Today on Amazon, you can buy in bulk and save.


Been thinking about upgrading to a mechanical keyboard? You've got no shortage of options today. Woot is selling refurbished models from Razer, and Das for $82-$125 shipped today, and Newegg has marked down the endlessly popular Logitech G710+ to $90, which is one of the best prices we've ever seen. The Woot sale also has a few ROCCAT gaming keyboards for as little as $35, though they aren't mechanical.

Personally, I'm in love with my Das, but any of these choices would be a big step up from mushy membrane keys.


The first thing you should do upon moving into a new house or apartment is rip the showerhead off the wall and replace it with something decent. If you haven't gotten around to that yet, this 8" rainfall showerhead from A-Flow has fantastic reviews, great looks, and a $20 price tag today. That's $10 less than usual, and a great investment for something you'll use every single day. [A-Flow Luxury Rain 8" Square Stainless Steel Shower Head, $20]


CamelBaks are essential gear for any avid hiker, and Woot is offering deep discounts on two models, today only.


iOttie makes some of the most popular smartphone car mounts on the market (and also your favorite), and their Easy Flex 3 model is only $13 today on Amazon, an all-time low. Just be sure your phone will fit; phablets like the Galaxy Note and iPhone 6+ are a little too wide for this one. [iOttie Easy Flex 3 Car Mount Holder, $13]

If your car doesn't have Bluetooth or even an AUX jack, you might also want to pick up this cheap FM transmitter. [ iClever IC-F40 In Car Universal Wireless FM Transmitter, $20 with code K74BYJH6]


It's warm enough to start running outside again, so treat yourself to a new pair of New Balance running shoes. Amazon has men's and women's options available for $70 today, and a kid's shoe for just $38. This is a Gold Box Deal, meaning these prices are only available today, or until sold out. [36% off New Balance Running Shoes, Today Only]


If you have any TVs in your house that don't already have a Chromecast installed, you can fix that today for just $20 each. [Refurb Google Chromecast, $20]


It's no secret that Amazon's Fire Phone has been a flop. But considering that it started out at $650 unlocked, today's deal on the handset might just be enough to move a few more units.

For a limited time, you can get the Fire Phone unlocked for just $189. Admittedly, that's not a small amount of money. But consider what else it comes with.

So really, you'd be paying about a $70 premium for the phone itself. Even if it's not your daily driver, you could do a lot worse than to keep it around as a backup if your main phone ever breaks. Or, you could use it as some kind of Amazon-centric iPod Touch. Or pop in a prepaid T-Mobile or AT&T SIM card to test out their signal in your area, if you're interested in switching. What I'm saying is, there are plenty of ways you could put an extra phone to use, and at this price, it might be worth a look. [Amazon]


1TB hard drives keep getting cheaper. We've seen a few Toshiba drive for $50 recently, but WD has one of the best track records in the industry, so the $5 premium might be worth it. [ WD 1TB WD Elements Portable USB 3.0 Hard Drive, $55]


$30 is a lot to spend on a travel mug, but this Zojirushi might just be worth it. The 16 oz. stainless steel mug has a stellar 4.7 star review average from nearly 2,500 customers, and its stainless steel finish looks terrific. [ Zojirushi SM-KHE48XA Stainless Steel Mug, 16-Ounce, $30]


Today on Amazon, you can order the c omplete Blu-ray collection of the Battlestar Galactica reboot for $90, which is within a couple bucks of the lowest price Amazon's ever listed. That's a great frakking deal. [Battlestar Galactica: The Complete Series, $90]


Grave of the Fireflies is among the best anime and best war movies ever made. Powerful and essential. Get the Blu-ray today for $10. [Grave of the Fireflies, $10]


The GoPro Hero4 Silver might actually a better choice than the Hero4 Black for most consumers. In addition to a lower price tag, it's actually the first (and to date only) GoPro to include touchscreen. Not even the $500 Black can boast that. Unfortunately, the Silver's deals have been mostly limited to bundles, rather than cash savings. That changes today with a $70 discount. [GoPro Hero4 Silver, $329]


Bluetooth speakers are great for picnics, trips to the beach, or even just boosting your tablet's volume while you watch a movie, and at $19, you might as well own a couple.

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You actually get to choose from two speakers with this deal (or you could just buy both). First up is a rugged, water-resistant speaker with 8 hours of battery life and a carabiner to attach it to your backpack on hikes. If you're a little less outdoorsy, you can opt for a more traditional looking speaker with 25 hours of play time, plus NFC pairing for Android phones, and a built-in microphone for making calls. Both have solid 4.3 star review averages, so you can't go wrong either way.

Whichever model you choose, just enter code VFUQFU8H at checkout to get it for $19.

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The Winix WAC5500 is Amazon's #1-selling HEPA air purifier, and you can snag one for an all-time low $130 today. If you don't already own a purifier to eliminate spring allergens in your home, this one comes highly recommended by hundreds of reviewers. [Winix WAC5500 True HEPA Air Cleaner with PlasmaWave Technology, $130]


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