Deals: $15 Beard Trimmer, Cheap Bluetooth Headphones, Roku 3

Cultivating a good beard is tough, but with ten customizable length settings and a rechargeable battery, this $15 trimmer is a must-have tool for your bearding toolbox. [Philips Norelco QT4000 Beard Trimmer, $15]

Update: That price seems to have sold out for now, but this Wahl model is also $15, with a similar review average. [Wahl Groomsman Beard and Mustache Trimmer, $15]

These Bluetooth headphones have fantastic reviews, 15 hours of battery life, playback controls, and a folding band. An absolute steal at $33. [Mpow Bluetooth Headphones, $33 with code MPOWAPTX]

If you still own any TVs that aren't "smart," do yourself a favor and pick up a top of the line Roku 3 for $65. [Refurb Roku 3, $65]

New: This portable Bluetooth speaker ships with a free Skinit credit to decorate it with the your favorite team, school, painting, pattern, superhero, and more. Oh, and it has great reviews. [Acoustic Research Portable Bluetooth Speaker with One Skinit Credit, $37]

This drool-worthy tool set has awesome reviews, a lifetime warranty, and normally sells for $600 on Sears. Really though, you can't put a price on being the envy of every weekend warrior on the black. [Craftsman 413 Piece Mechanics Tools Set, 386 with code SEARS35OFF300AFFILIATEDEALS]

Assuming it's legal in your state, the Beltronics Pro GX65 is a solid radar detector (4 star Amazon reviews) on sale for about $40 less than its usual price today. [Beltronics Pro GX65 Radar Detector, $245]

New: This food warmer from Crock Pot is actually two parts; a warming base that you can leave at work, and the food container to take any warm food back and forth. [Crock Pot Food Warmer, $16]

This micro screwdriver set comes with 30 different bits for repairing even the most stubborn gadgets. [Anytime Tools 30pc Screwdriver Set, $8]

Lumsing is one of our favorite manufacturers of useful, inexpensive gadgets, and a lot of their best stuff is 20% off today with promo code ILUMSING.

Lumsing 10400mAh Harmonica Style Power Bank ($20) | Amazon | Promo code ILUMSING

Lumsing 6000mAh Ultra Slim Power Bank ($19) | Amazon | Promo code ILUMSING

Lumsing 3-sockets Car Cigarette Lighter Charger ($10) | Amazon | Promo code ILUMSING

Lumsing Prophet Bluetooth Speaker ($23) | Amazon | Promo code ILUMSING

Lumsing Ultrathin Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard ($18) | Amazon | Promo code ILUMSING

4K monitors are still fairly niche, but $400 for a 28" model from Dell is nothing to sneeze at if you've been on the fence. [Dell 28" 4K Monitor, $400]

It won't replace a real vacuum, but for a quick sweep, you can't beat this BISSELL. It's Amazon's top-selling carpet sweeper, and it's only $20 today when you clip the coupon. [BISSELL Natural Sweep Dual Brush Sweeper, $20 after coupon]

This portable steam cleaner deal is also still alive from yesterday. It's small enough to store in your closet, and cheap enough to buy on a whim. You might not think you need it now, but next time you spill wine on your rug, you'll be glad to have it handy. [Bissell SpotClean Portable Carpet Cleaner, $79]

Want more Westeros? Two of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire prequel novellas (in graphic novel form) are only $7 today, in either digital or paperback form.

The Hedge Knight: The Graphic Novel (A Game of Thrones) ($7) | Amazon

The Sworn Sword: The Graphic Novel (A Game of Thrones) ($7) | Amazon

This dual probe meat thermometer is Amazon's #1 selling grill thermometer, and it's easy to see why. A wireless display lets you keep track of your meat's progress from across the house, and even beeps when it's ready. Promo code LEUVEMYE takes 25% off today. [Ivation 2-Probe Dual BBQ Smoker Meat Thermometer, $45 with code LEUVEMYE]

Protect your home theater with a highly rated surge protector for only $20 today. With 2160 joules of protection and seven outlets (including one that's offset for bulky power bricks), You'll never have to worry about a thunderstorm ruining your entertainment center. [Monster MP PowerCenter with Monster GreenPower, $20]

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Top Deals

Amazon PC Parts and Accessories Gold Box

New: Refurb Roku 3 ($65) | eBay

Kingston DataTraveler HyperX Predator 1TB USB 3.0 Flash Drives ($830) | Amazon

Kingston Digital HyperX Predator DataTraveler 512GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive ($401) | Amazon

Mpow Bluetooth 4.0 Stereo Foldable Headphones Headset ($33) | Amazon | Promo code MPOWAPTX

NETGEAR AC750 Dual Band Wi-Fi Gigabit Router ($70) | Amazon | Today Only

Dell 28 Ultra HD 4K Monitor ($400) | Dell

Fantastical 2 for iPad - Calendar and Reminders ($10) | Normally $15

Fantastical 2 for iPhone - Calendar and Reminders ($5) | Normally $10

Fantastical ($10) | Normally $20

SanDisk Ultra Plus 256GB SSD ($100) | Amazon

The Hedge Knight: The Graphic Novel (A Game of Thrones) ($7) | Amazon

The Sworn Sword: The Graphic Novel (A Game of Thrones) ($7) | Amazon





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