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Winter’s upon us, and we just turned our clocks back an hour for some stupid reason, which means you probably won’t see the sun again until January. Luckily, Philips’ popular GoLITE BLU energy lights are on deeply discounted, today only on Amazon.

These lights simulate the color temperature of natural sunlight, which can combat the the deleterious effects of Seasonal Affective Disorder. Just keep one on your desk, turn it on, and let the good feelings flow.

Philips GoLITE BLU Energy Light ($70) | Amazon

Philips GoLITE BLU Energy Light, Rechargeable ($100) | Amazon


The new, larger-screen Nest Learning Thermostat 3.0 is down to $212 today at Target, which is the first deal we’ve seen on this model. Discount shown at checkout. [Nest Learning Thermostat 3.0, $212]

If you don’t care about the larger screen, the 2.0 model is otherwise basically identical, and only $199 on Amazon. [Nest Learning Thermostat 2.0, $199]


If you want to get your hands on a Steam controller before December, Amazon has them in stock for delivery next week. And while the controller itself isn’t any cheaper on Amazon, you won’t have to pay for shipping. If you bought it from Steam directly, that’d be an extra $8. [Preorder Steam Controller, $50]


If you’re still jolting yourself awake with the harsh tones of an alarm clock, it’s time to give a Philips Wake-Up Light a try. It sounds hyperbolic, but these things really can improve your life immeasurably, and you all four models are on sale for some of their lowest prices ever, today only.

Unlike unsympathetic traditional alarm clocks, Philips Wake-Up Lights ease you awake with a gradually-brightening light that simulates a natural sunrise, which is how humans are designed to wake up anyway. And of course, they’ll still nudge you awake with an audible alert when it’s really time to get out of bed. They also double as very warm and pleasant reading lights as you’re getting ready to go to sleep. I’ve owned the entry level HF3500 model for nearly a year (along with nearly 12,000 of you!), and I can definitely tell the difference when I sleep away from home and have to rely on my iPhone alarm.

Just remember that this is a Gold Box deal, so be sure to grab one before the sun sets. [Philips Wake-Up Light Sale]


Whether you’re starting an Eneloop collection, or just adding to the family, you can get an 8-pack of rechargeable AAs for $20 today. If you’re unfamiliar, these were your favorite rechargeable batteries in a recent Kinja Co-Op, and it wasn’t close. [8-Pack AA Panasonic Eneloop Rechargeable Batteries, $20]

Note: On a per-battery basis, the 16-pack is technically a better deal at $37, but that’s not a particularly rare price for that particular pack.


This well-reviewed (and obscenely popular) 10,000mAh external power bank from KMASHI can be had for just $9 today, which is about as good a deal as you’ll ever see on this sort ofthing. That’s enough power to recharge most smartphones about three times, making it perfect for long days at conferences, cross-country flights, camping trips and more. [KMASHI 10,000mAh USB Power Bank, $9 withe code ESVMTBOC]


The big selling point of Crock-Pots is that they can cook your dinner for you while you’re at work, but what if a recipe requires you to turn down the heat at 3PM, or what if you’re running late and need to make an adjustment? This WeMo-connected Crock-Pot solves these (admittedly first-world) problems with the help of an app that can control every aspect of the slow cooker from anywhere in the world. [Crock-Pot Smart Wifi-Enabled WeMo 6-Quart Slow Cooker, $117


Honestly, I’d never considered the possibility of making my own gummy candy at home, but dammit, I might just buy this thing. [Nostalgia Electrics GCM600 Gummy Candy Maker, $22]


If any of your walls look a little bare, Amazon’s taking an extra 20% off nearly 100,000 pieces of hangable art from iCanvas, including Banksy prints.

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Luckily, there are sidebar tools on the Amazon page to help you sort through the deluge, and the search bar is useful if you need something very specific. Just be sure to grab everything you like, because no matter how many pieces you buy, as long as they’re from iCanvas, you’ll automatically see a 20% discount at checkout. That’s in addition to any discounts listed on the product pages, so this is a great chance to rack up the savings and give your home a little personality. [Extra 20% off iCanvas Prints]


Today only, Amazon’s offering fantastic low prices on a pair of your favorite electric shavers. Even if you don’t need one yourself, they could both make for great gifts.

Panasonic ES-LA63-S Arc4 Electric Shaver, Wet/Dry with Multi-Flex Pivoting Head ($100) | Amazon

Panasonic ES-LT71-S Arc3 Men’s Electric Shaver, Wet/Dry with Flexible Pivoting Head and Automatic Cleaning System ($70) | Amazon


While Gunnar glasses are marketed towards gamers, they can be effective at reducing eyestrain for anyone that spends their day staring at a screen. The problem is that they’re typically pretty expensive, and rarely go on sale. Today only though, Woot’s got a couple of options on sale for $35-$55 shipped. Two other models already sold out, so I’d be sure to grab these before they suffer the same fate. [Gunnar Gaming & Computer Glasses are On Sale Starting at $35]


Are Star Wars action figures a naked cash grab? Of course! Will you buy them anyway? Of course! [Star Wars The Force Awakens 11” 6 Action Figure Pack, $34 with code BESTGIFT]


Gah, this is too cool. Best Buy will sell you Fallout 4 complete with a season pass, plus an extra S.P.E.C.I.A.L. pair of Vault Boy socks for $85. Plus, My Best Buy members will get a $10 rewards certificate back as well.

Of course, Prime members can still get the base game by itself for $50. Discount shown at checkout.


Hands down, Nespresso is the easiest way to make decent espresso at home, and their high-end VertuoLine model will make regular coffee too. The whole set is down to an all-time low $170 on Amazon today, complete with an Aeroccino Plus milk frother. [Nespresso VertuoLine Coffee and Espresso Maker with Aeroccino Plus Milk Frother, $170]


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