A 3D printer, spring dresses, and an ultra-cheap VR headset lead off Wednesday’s best deals. Bookmark Kinja Deals and follow us on Twitter to never miss a deal. Commerce Content is independent of Editorial and Advertising, and if you buy something through our posts, we may get a small share of the sale. Click here to learn more, and don’t forget to sign up for our email newsletter.

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You know 3D printing is starting to go mainstream when it gets an Amazon Gold Box deal, so if you’ve been waiting for an excuse to buy into the hobby, today’s a great excuse.

Today only (or until sold out), Amazon will sell you a ROBO 3D R1 Plus 3D printer for $620, or about $180 less than elsewhere. The R1 Plus can print items up to 8" x 9" x 10", and features a maximum resolution of 100 microns (the same as the Makerbot Replicator 2, for what it’s worth). If you’re on the fence, check out Lifehacker’s getting started guide for some inspiration, but remember, this deal won’t be available for long.

If you aren’t particularly happy with your current vacuum situation, Amazon’s offering a Gold Box deal on five different Dirt Devils, today only.

Inside, you’ll find everything from a compact handheld vacuum to a fully-featured bagless vac with a hose, and several models in between. And incredibly, the only one you’ll pay more than $35 for is this maneuverable stick vac, which checks in at $65. The others start at jaw-dropping $14, so head over to Amazon before other shoppers vacuum them all up.

In case you didn’t realize the good news, we’re currently in the first week of spring, and Amazon’s celebrating with a huge one-day sale on dozens of spring dresses. Head over to Amazon to see the full selection, and note that if you click into a product page, many of these are available in multiple colors as well. Like all Gold Box deals though, these prices are only available today, or until sold out.

Beauty Brands, $9 haircare products. Use code EC12490 to get $3.50 a purchase of $10+.

Beauty Brands has a selection of dry shampoo, hairspray, and styling products starting at $9/bottle. Use code EC12490 to get $3.50 a purchase of $10+.

Let us know what you recommend in the comments.

50% off everything at J.Crew Factory. Use code HEYSPRING to take $20 off $100+

In my time as an obsessive shopper and dedicated deal hunter I’ve come to agree with Lifehacker: cheap clothes are [generally] too expensive. However, I’ve actually been quite happy with the various articles I’ve picked up for a song at J.Crew Factory over the years.

Update: Code HEYSPRING takes $20 off $100+ [h/t Bradley’s Balls]

Through March 27, save 50% on basically everything they sell, with free shipping over $100. Prices as marked.

Let us know what you’re picking up in the comments!

Well here’s a low-risk, no brainer deal to wrap up your afternoon. If you buy a “luxury beauty” sample for $1-$3, you’ll get the equivalent amount as an Amazon credit to spend on a future luxury beauty item. Your options here include balms, lotions, fragrances, and more, so head over to Amazon before the best samples sell out.

Omg, it’s like Instagram irl.

Just don’t forget the film, and have fun, you weirdos.

Corsair’s K-series mechanical keyboards are some of your favorites for gaming, and for general use as well, and the popular K70 Brown is down to an all-time low $100 on Amazon right now.

The Corsair K70's versatile Cherry MX Red switches are great for both work and play, its aluminum chassis lends it a premium feel, and its key-by-key customizable backlighting is just plain cool. For $100, you really can’t go wrong here.

If you’re still listening to any of your TVs through their built-in speakers, here’s an easy fix for $70.


This Vizio Sound Stand pumps out up to 95 dB of crisp stereo sound, which needless to say is a lot louder than your TV’s build in speakers. Plus, you won’t even need to find a place to put it, because your TV sits right on top. This might not be ideal for for your main home theater setup (personally, we’d recommend this 5.1 channel Vizio system), but it’s a perfect little integrated system for your other TVs around the house.

Refurb Samsung Gear S2, $139

Samsung’s new Gear S2 is one of the best looking wearables on the market, and that rotating bezel is a stroke of genius. If you don’t mind a refurb, Best Buy is selling it today for the lowest price we’ve ever seen. [Refurb Samsung Gear S2, $139]

Update: Back up to $78. Hope you got one!

The Global G-2 is one of your favorite chef’s knives on the market, and Amazon will sell you one for $65 today, which is within a few pennies of its all-time low price. The dimpled handle might not suit every taste, but its 4.8 star Amazon review average is undeniably impressive.

If you’re curious about drones, but don’t want to spend $500 or more on a DJI Phantom, this Husban H107D is a great starter quad to practice with. It won’t shoot gorgeous, HD video, but its onboard camera does transmit a live first person view back to the controller, which is pretty rare for a sub-$100 drone.


For comparison’s sake, this model currently sells for $150 on Amazon, and this is the first time we’ve seen it under $100.

Dorco, the best deal in razor blades, supplier of Dollar Shave Club, and the only company crazy enough to make a 7-blade razor, will sell you their take on the safety razor complete with a mirror and 30 blades for $19 today.

Update: Available at Amazon for $1 more with Prime shipping.

Safety razors require more skill and patience, but will get you a better shave when used correctly. They’re also cheaper in the long run.

Having owned a Timbuk2 backpack for several years now, I’m pretty confident that as long as they’re in business, I’ll never buy a laptop bag from another company. If you want to see what all the fuss is about, Nordstrom Rack is selling three different colors of their famous messenger bag for just $30 today.

Update: Sold out, but check out this View-Master alternative for $19.

If you want to experience Google Cardboard VR without strapping a shipping box to your face, this plastic headset is a slightly upscale alternative for most Android handsets and iPhones, and it can be yours for just $14.


The major caveat here is that it lacks a button to interact with the phone while it’s inside, but for watching 360 videos or looking around 3D scenes, it should be just fine.

If you and your significant other are both striving for cleaner teeth, this two-pack of Sonicare toothbrushes is marked down to $110 on Amazon today. That price even gets you two chargers, and two travel cases. Just note that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning the price is only available today, or until sold out.

Alright, this is getting out of hand. A 1TB Xbox One normally retails for $400, but you can get one for $330 right now, complete with five (!!!) games:

  • Tomb Raider
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider
  • Ori and the Blind Forest
  • Rare Replay
  • Gears of War: Ultimate Edition

If you buy your movie tickets through Fandango anyway, this discounted gift card is basically five extra dollars to spend on popcorn. That might get you a small!


Update: If you deal exclusively with AMC theaters, this $50 gift card comes with a $10 bonus.

The Worx AeroCart could best be described as the lovechild of a dolly and a wheelbarrow, so if you ever need to move heavy loads, this is one of the most flexible tools you can buy. [Refurb Worx AeroCard, $100]

$8 is a solid price for any 3600mAh battery pack, but it’s especially noteworthy when the pack uses a Lightning input for all the Apple devotees out there. Obviously, this won’t appeal to Android users, but if you’re an Apple devotee, it means one less cord to carry around.

Dr. Meter Cooking Thermometer, $8 with code W2KS4G54 | Dr. Meter IR Thermometer, $12 with code Q6WQ3ZRZ

Cooking is all about temperatures, and both of these thermometer deals deserve a place in your utensil drawer. The Dr. Meter meat thermometer will let you know when your food is done, while the IR thermometer can tell you when a pan or oil is hot enough to start cooking. It’s also really fun to just mess around with.

If you’re a weather buff, and want to know the precise conditions outside your house, this $35 AcuRite Weather Station can track temperature, humidity, air pressure and more via a wireless probe. On the right side of the display, you’ll also see your indoor conditions, so you can appreciate the miracle of modern climate control.

This tiny lantern can fold down to the size of a coaster, recharge itself with a built-in solar panel, and even give your phone a (small) emergency charge. If you spend any amount of time outdoors, you can’t ask for much more at this price.

If you want a capable media editing suite for standard consumer-grade needs, Amazon will sell you a copy of Photoshop Elements 14 and Premiere Elements 14 for $70 on Amazon today. That combo usually costs $100-$150, and unlike Adobe Creative Cloud, comes with no monthly fees.

We’re Uniqlo fanboys around here, with their undershirts winning our reader vote and their Heattech getting the Indefinitely Wild nod, to name a few accolades.


I own their men’s slim oxford in several colors, and it’s easily one of the best values in men’s everyday work wear. Choose from 17 colors today.

Anker’s SoundCore Bluetooth speaker (which is currently on sale for $34) has shot up the sales charts this year thanks to its 24 hour battery life, but if you’re willing to sacrifice that for sheer power and sound quality, you can save $10 on the company’s premium Bluetooth speaker offering today.


For a point of reference, the SoundCore features dual 3W drivers, while this model has dual 10W drives. So needless to say, it’s loud.

Adobe’s Photoshop and Lightroom Creative Cloud photography suite normally costs $10 per month, but Amazon’s currently discounting a 12-month plan to just $8 per month. Creative Cloud plans don’t go on sale often, so if you’re a creative professional, or just want to make your own photos look better, this is a great opportunity to save on industry standard software.

Francois et Mimi French Press, $20 with code A4ELVOWS

If you can’t start your day without a morning cup of coffee, but you’re still using an electric drip coffee maker, or even (gasp) a Keurig, you might want to try out a flavor-extracting french press. This Francois et Mimi model looks like belongs in a museum, or maybe Downton Abbey, but you can give it a home in your kitchen for just $20 right now.

If you’re not convinced, know that french press took the #1 spot in Lifehacker’s coffee-making Hive Five, and many coffee aficionados swear by it. And with no disposable filters or pods to buy, this machine could pay for itself over time.

A pizza wheel seems to be one of those miscellaneous kitchen utensils that nearly everyone would benefit from, but (relatively) few people have ever gone out and purchased. If you don’t have one sitting in your drawer, here’s a great excuse to fix that.

Save an additional 20% with promo code Kinja20

Green Man Gaming just kicked off their Spring Sale with huge discounts on games from Bethesda, Valve, and more. Plus, if you use code Kinja20 at checkout, you’ll save an extra 20% with no minimum order required. That’ll bring Fallout 4 down to $30, Mortal Kombat X down to $24, and The Orange Box down to $5, just to name a few.

We all know that lighting can affect our mood and productivity, and this $40 NatureBright SunTouch lamp can give you that “sunny day” feeling, even if you’re tucked away in a cubicle. Today’s deal is one of the best Amazon’s ever listed, but it’s from a third party seller, so it could sell out fairly quickly.

You can’t control these semi-smart power outlets with your phone, or automate them with IFTTT recipes like you can with Belkin’s WeMo line, but you can control them from across your house with a remote control, and they’re incredibly cheap today.

Zabiki Bias Lighting Kit, $18 with code 46DUN6MM

We’ve all heard that watching TV in the dark can be pretty tough on the eyes, but an ambient bias lighting setup can make the experience much more palatable, and improve your TV’s perceived contrast levels to boot.


Bias Lighting deals sell out pretty much instantly when we post them, so be sure to jump on this one, which includes dimming and a Velcro securing system.

Image by Shane Roberts

The folks at TravelZoo have a great deal going on Iceland trips, very similar to the one I took advantage of in 2015.


$600 gets you roundtrip air from Boston or Baltimore, air and hotel taxes covered, daily breakfast, and more. This is a 3-night trip, but you can extend for around $100/day, and you do not need more than 4-5 days at the most.

The package includes a trip out to see the Northern Lights, and other excursions in the country are relatively cheap.

The flight is short, everyone speaks English, and the country is very tourist-friendly. Feel free to hit me up with questions! - Shane

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