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Logitech makes some of the most popular computer peripherals around, and several of their best mice, speakers, keyboards, and more are deeply discounted on Amazon, today only.

Personally, I’m most excited about the Marathon Mouse (which runs for three years on a charge) for $22 and the Z523 speaker system for $55, but let us know in the comments what you recommend.

To reiterate, this is a Gold Box deal, meaning these prices are only available today, or until sold out. [Amazon]

$18 for a 12,000mAh external battery pack is a solid deal any day, but this particular model claims to be the smallest 12,000mAh pack in the world, weighing in at only 245g. Its long, skinny shape might not be right for everyone, but I think it looks pretty fetching compared to the squareish packs we usually see. [Aukey 12000mAh Portable External Battery Pack, $18 with code TEBRJI47]

While we’re on the subject of small charging gear, Aukey’s 8” Lightning cable is on sale as well. It’s too short to get tangled up in your bag, making it perfect for travel. [Aukey Lightning to USB Cable (0.66ft), $7 with code CGEGV5C2]

If you enjoy cooking, and you don’t own a KitchenAid mixer, it’s a near scientific certainty that you want one. You can pick up a refurb of the KitchenAid Artisan mixer on eBay today in a spectrum of colors for just $180. [Refurb KitchenAid Artisan Series TiltHead Stand Mixer, $180]

If you must buy new, Best Buy has the same model on sale for $250 today, but only in “Watermelon.”

Need a new case for your iPhone, Galaxy S6, or Galaxy Note 4? We’ve got some options from Lumsing for just a $2-$4 each. There are too many options to list here, so head over to our earlier post to see all of the available cases.

SONOS is basically the be-all, end-all of premium, multi-room home audio systems, and their excellent PLAY:1 speaker is $20 off today. That’s not a huge discount, but these speakers hardly ever go on sale outside of Black Friday, and even then, the discounts are pretty minimal. [SONOS PLAY:1, $180]

A pair of PLAY:1’s will play nicely with your choice for best sound bar.

We see tons of deals on charging gear, but it’s rare to see one that includes so much stuff for under $10. All you have to do is add the Poweradd 3-in-1 charging pack to your cart, then add the Poweradd Lightning cable, put in code RPWMLDIR, and get it all for just $9.


The 3-in-1 pack includes a dual port car charger, a dual port wall charger, and a MicroUSB cable for $8, meaning that the Lightning cable is just $1 extra. [Poweradd 3-in-1 Charging Pack + Lightning Cable, $9. Add both to cart and use code RPWMLDIR]

Let’s address the elephant in the room for this deal before we start: It’s a 2-pack of 2-packs! I’m not sure I’ve ever seen that before. So I apologize if the wording here gets a little confusing.


Today on Amazon, you can get two 2-packs (meaning 4 total) of OxyLED outdoor stair lights for just $20, or half off. You just mount these outside your house, let them recharge during the day via built-in solar panels, and they’ll illuminate your patio or stoop all night. You might not need four for yourself, but the extra 2-pack would make for a nice evergreen gift. [2x OxyLED 2-Pack Solar Powered Low Voltage Automatic Stainless Steel Staircase LED light, $20 with code Y7RFXP3R]

If you’re sick of fighting with unreliable ink-guzzling home printers, I can’t recommend mono laser printers highly enough. You give up the ability to print in color, but you get toner cartridges that will last until the heat death of the universe, and sheets that fly out at over 21 ppm.


Today, we’re specifically looking at the Dell b1163w for $65 from Staples. That’s about $50 less than elsewhere, and a terrific price for a wireless laser printer with a built-in scanner and native AirPrint and Google Could Print support. [Dell b1163w Mono Laser Printer, $65]

Everyone needs to buy toilet paper, but you should strive to spend as little time and money dealing with it as humanly possible. Luckily, this deal checks all of those boxes.


When you use Subscribe & Save on Amazon to purchase select Cottonelle toilet paper, you’ll save an additional 30% on top of the typical 5% (or 15% if you have five or more subscriptions) you’d save for subscribing. Assuming the baseline 5% discount, I got $6.49 for 12 rolls, and $12.08 for 36 rolls, both of which are excellent prices for name brand toilet paper.

If you keep your subscription and get fresh toilet paper delivered on schedule, great! If you just want to take advantage of this deal once, all you need to do is cancel after your first box ships. [Amazon]

Your yard is probably growing faster than you can handle at this point in the year, but if your lawnmower is giving you trouble, this $90 Sun Joe electric alternative might be all you need. To be clear, it’s not battery operated; you’ll need to run an extension cord to use it, but it’s still a fantastic deal. For comparison’s sake, the same model goes for $137 on Amazon, with a solid 4.2 star review average. [Sun Joe Electric Lawn Mower, $90]

San Francisco-based Timbuk2 makes some of the best laptop bags in the business, but today’s best deal is actually on their Black Shores duffel bag. At 24”x18”, it’s a perfect carry-on or gym bag, and like all Timbuk2 products, comes with a limited lifetime warranty. I own a Timbuk2 backpack, and I can’t imagine ever buying another brand. [Timbuk2 Black Shores Duffel, $25 with code EMCASKN76]

Do you charge your DualShock 4s with a cable, like some sort of caveman? Instead, just drop them onto this cradle, and power up two at once. We’ve posted this before at $17, and you guys bought a ton of them, but now it’s dropped even lower. [PowerA DualShock 4 Controller Charging Station for PlayStation 4, $15]

Need some new desk toys? These adorable Minecraft plushies are only a few dollars each today.

V-Moda’s well-reviewed Crossfade M-80 headphones feature a unique design, customizable face plates, and a practically indestructible design. Amazon has them marked down to an all-time low $80 today. [V-Moda Crossfade M080 Headphones, $80]

If you’ve been waiting for a deal on the GoPro Hero4 Black, $100 off is about as good as you’re going to do. The Hero4 Black can shoot 4K at 30FPS, and is pretty much indisputably the best action camera money can buy. [GoPro Hero4 Black, $399]

By now, most of us own a USB battery pack or two, but they’re nothing but expensive paperweights without a cord to go with them. If you own an iPhone though, this cheap keychain cable will always be by your side. [Cord2Go Apple MFi Certified Lightning Cable Keychain, $11 with code 77GPCDYC]

If you own an Android phone, or just want to shop around, we’ve recommended a few similar products in the past over on Kinja Gear.

We’ve found a nice collection of great deals for you this Saturday, starting with one of the most popular items we’ve ever listed: The 100-pack Velcro cable ties. These have flown off the shelves at $6, and now Amazon has dropped them to $5. The catch is that they’re an add-on item now, meaning they’ll only ship as part of a $25 order, unless you can find a way around that. [100 Velcro Cable Ties, $5]

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