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Once again, Amazon’s running two separate apparel Gold Box deals today. The first is on Lucky brand jeans for men and women, and the other is on Invicta men’s watches starting at $43. You can’t go wrong either way, just be sure to place your order before the end of the day.

While you’re at it, be sure to check out our new and (vastly) improved daily apparel deals post!


As long as you don’t mind buying a refurb, this is one of the cheapest prices you’ll ever see on a Logitech Harmony universal remote. The Harmony 650 can be programmed on your PC or Mac, and is compatible with nearly 250,000 devices from over 5,000 brands. [Refurb. LOGITECH Harmony 650 Advanced Universal Remote Control, $38]


If you don’t own a dryer, or just prefer to air dry your more delicate items, this heated clothes drying rack can speed up the process while protecting your favorite clothes.

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The three-tier rack draws 300W of electricity, which is far less than a tumble dryer, but enough to dry your clothes much faster than just hanging them from the shower rack. And once you’re done, it even folds flat so you can just stick it in the back of a closet, [VonHaus Heated Clothes Drying Rack - Foldable 3 Tier Indoor Electric Laundry Airer, $110]


Need a Fallout fix to last you until November 10? All previous titles in the series are marked down to $10 or less this weekend on Steam. [Steam Fallout Sale]


You might not have an immediate need for a pressure washer, but if you own a home, it’s a useful thing to stash in the back or your garage. This 1600PSI model from Karcher is down to $100 today for Prime members, which is an all-time low price. Even if you don’t need it yourself, this could be a great gift idea.

If you’re the DIY type, you could even turn this thing into a snow machine this winter.


When it comes time to clean the dirt and fast food detritus from the floor of your car, you can either use your own car vacuum and do it in your driveway, or search in the couch cushions for quarters and drive to the nearest carwash to use theirs. At $30, I choose the former. [Black & Decker PAV1200W 12-Volt Handheld Vacuum Cleaner, $30]


A few weeks ago, we pointed out a 2-for-$23 deal on Rain-X wiper blades from Amazon. But if you missed out, or if you couldn’t find the right sizes for your car, here’s a similar promotion on Bosch Evolution blades.

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This time around, you can pick any two blades for $22, including different sizes. If you aren’t sure what your car needs, Amazon built a tool into the top of the page to help you find out, but just be sure you’re buying them from Amazon directly, and not a third party seller, or else the deal won’t work properly. [2-for-$22 Bosch Evolution Wiper Blades]


Earlier this week, we shared a deal on a 15,000mAh Aukey Quick Charge 2.0 battery pack for $22. But if you missed out, or just wanted something a little more portable, this 10,400mAh model is on sale for $17 today.

That’s a little more expensive than a typical deal on a 10,000mAh charger, but if your phone supports Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0, this battery will be able to power it up to 75% faster than a standard charger. [Aukey 10,400mAh Quick Charge 2.0 Battery Pack, $17 with code 6PHZZRAF]


This unique kitchen measuring cup doubles as a kitchen scale, so you can work seamlessly with both volume and weight-based recipes. [Etekcity Handy 11lb/5kg Digital Multifunction Kitchen Cup Scale, $14 with code EG4E6WJ6]


If you don’t have space for a huge TV, but don’t want to miss out on 4K, this 49” Vizio M-series model is down to $630 today, the lowest price Amazon’s ever offered.

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Update: Prime members will save an extra $20 as well! Discount shown at checkout.

The 60” model of this set was The Wirecutter’s pick for best TV, and it’s easy to see why. The M-series’ active LED backlighting system improves black levels and contrast ratio, its upscaling engine makes your 1080p content look better, and its built-in apps actually deliver 4K content to your living room, which is easier said than done. [VIZIO M49-C1 49-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED HDTV, $630]

Need help wall-mounting it? Amazon will give you a $20 gift card back if you order a $99+ installation from their home service portal.


Today on Amazon, if you buy the Xbox One Gears of War Bundle, you’ll get a physical disc copy of Destiny: The Taken King Limited Edition for free.

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Considering that Gears of War Ultimate Edition also comes with all four Xbox 360 Gears of War games via the console’s soon-to-be-released backwards compatibility program, you’re essentially starting off your library with six games. [Xbox One Gears of War Bundle + Destiny: The Taken King Limited Edition, $350]


Want to catch up on 007’s escapades before Spectre comes to theaters next month? Amazon just dropped $30 off the price of the Ultimate James Bond Collection, which includes digital HD copies of all 23 films, over 120 (!!!) hours of special features, and a space reserved for Spectre, once it comes out on Blu-ray. [The Ultimate James Bond Collection, $180]


The PS Vita might be worth it just for Fallout 4 remote play, and you can pick one up for just $160 today, an all-time low. [PlayStation Vita, $160]


You use your keyboard for several hours every day, so it’s worth finding one you love. You can upgrade to a mechanical model for $80 today, or a non-mechanical gaming keyboard for just $18, complete with customizable backlighting and programmable keys.

Rosewill Mechanical Keyboard with Cherry MX Brown Switches ($80) | Newegg

Masione LED USB Gaming Keyboard with 7 Adjustable Colorful Backlights for PC ($18) | Amazon | Use code IZ37AR33


If you’re an iPhone owner who wants to experiment with Android, or you just need a cheap, YouTube-compatible piece of glass to give to your kid, this LG G Pad 7 can get the job done for $67.

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If should come as no surprise that this thing doesn’t have mind-blowing specs—the 1280x800 display seems particularly dated—but it runs Android Lollipop, and should be fine for videos, web browsing, and light games. [LG G Pad F, $67]

As far as specs go, it seems pretty similar to Amazon’s new $50 Fire tablet, but it’s probably worth the $17 price premium to get access to Google’s services.


The Sony A7s might be the “new king of full-frame video”, but its price has remained remarkably stubborn at $2500 (for the body alone!) since it debuted last year. Today though, you can grab one for $1649, which is by far the best price we’ve ever seen. [Sony A7s Body, $1649]


We’ve posted a few deals on paracord survival bracelets in the past, and $7 would be a good price for any of them. Today though, that price gets you two of them.

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If you aren’t familiar, these bracelets include a flint fire starter and a whistle in the buckle, and you can unwrap them in an emergency into about 12’ of high-strength paracord. Hopefully, you’re never in a situation where you need to do that, but if you spend a lot of time outdoors, it’s not a bad idea to keep one of these on your wrist. [Attmu Outdoor Survival Paracord Bracelet with Fire Starter and Whistle, Set of 2, $7 with code 3FTQQHQZ]


One Lightning cable for $8 is a pretty good deal. Two for $8 is a must-buy if you own any Apple devices. [2-Pack Lightning Cables, $8 with code DG5Q7LYT]


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