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January must be high time for supplement manufacturers, because Amazon just kicked off the third protein-packed Gold Box deal of 2016.

Whether you missed out on the Vega and Optimum Nutrition sales, or just didn’t like what you saw, you’ve got another chance today to save on protein bars, powders, and more from the subtly-named Muscletech. Prices start under $10 for multivitamins, or under $20 for certain powders, so head over to Amazon to check out the full selection. [Muscletech Supplement Sale]

Note: As with all Gold Box deals, these prices are only available today, or until sold out.

1Password is the best looking password manager on the market, and my one of the few apps I couldn’t live without. The only real downside is its upfront $50 cost for desktop apps. So if you’ve been waiting on a good deal to secure your digital life, the Mac version is marked down to $25 today. That might still seem a little pricey, but trust me, it’s worth every penny. [1Password for Mac, $25]

1Password is far from the only app on sale today. Head over here to find the rest.

Update: Sold out, but this slightly smaller AOC IPS display is on sale for the same price. [AOC i2267fw 22-Inch IPS Frameless LED Monitor, $100]

You just don’t see 24" computer monitors marked down to $100 very often, especially not from the likes of Samsung. This model typically sells for about $160, and today’s Gold Box deal matches its all-time low price. If you’ve ever wanted to try out a multi-monitor setup, I wouldn’t hesitate to pick up a few of these. [Samsung 23.6-Inch 1080p LED Monitor, $100]

The SSD deals just keep coming; today you can score a 240GB model from PNY for just $60, one of the best prices we’ve ever seen for that capacity. [PNY 240GB SSD, $60]

Tide Pods are the easiest way to do laundry, and you can get an 81-count tub for just $15 today on Amazon. You’ll need to clip the $5 coupon, and order via Amazon’s Subscribe & Save program, but you can always cancel that subscription once you receive your first delivery. [Tide PODS 81-Count, $15 after $5 coupon]

The near-flawlessly reviewed Root Assassin shovel features 40 serrated teeth to cut through weeds in your garden, and for a limited time, you can pick one up for $40, or about $20 less than usual. I recommend burying the money you saved in your backyard. [Root Assassin Garden Shovel, $40]

Update: Sold out, but this heated cat mat is also available for $27.

Nothing will ever make your cat love you, but if you buy her this heated cat bed, she might at least tolerate you. It only uses 4 watts of power, which means you can leave it on all day while you’re at work, and only pay a few extra pennies per month in electricity. [K&H Thermo-Kitty Heated Cat Bed, $21]

You all have bought a lot of Lodge cast iron skillets, but if you’re having trouble cleaning them, a couple of popular solutions are on sale today.

Lodge Manufacturing SCRAPERGPK Grill Pan Scraper, 2-Pack ($3) | Amazon

The Ringer Cast Iron Cleaner Chainmail ($16) | Amazon

While not as nice looking as, say, OXO’s Pop line, Rubbermaid’s modular food storage system will get the job done without breaking the bank. [Rubbermaid 8-Pc. Modular Canister Food System, $16]

Apple’s expansive (and expensive) iPad Pro has been mostly immune from discounts so far, but today, you can save $100 on the base model, or $80 on the LTE version. Plus, most buyers won’t have to pay any sales tax.

If you want a capable media editing suite for standard consumer-grade needs, Prime members can get 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. [Adobe Photoshop Elements & Premiere Elements 14, $70 for Prime members. Discount shown at checkout.]

If you have any old speaker systems lying around, this $8 dongle will bring them into the present with seamless Bluetooth streaming capabilities.


All you have to do is plug one end of the Mpow Streambot Slider into a USB charging port, and connect the other end to your speakers via the included 3.5mm audio cable. Then, just connect your phone, and enjoy the music. [Mpow Streambot Slider Bluetooth Music Audio Streaming USB Receiver Adapter, $8 with code OO6FDEZ9]

This adorable little 1080p action cam can stick anywhere via a magnet or a washable adhesive pad, and while its image quality might not match up to a GoPro, but you could do a lot worse for $70. [VicTsing Mini Lifestyle Action Camera with Wi-Fi, $70 with code ORDDHKFN]

Note: The promo code is only valid on the teal model.

Look, I’m not saying you should be giving yourself a haircut. I’m merely suggesting that with this $40 Wahl kit, you could. That price is one of the lowest ever listed, by the way. [Wahl Elite Pro High Performance Haircut Kit, $40]

We see a lot of external battery packs around here, but rare is the deal that breaks the $20 threshold for a battery over 20,000mAh. If you don’t own something like this already, or just want a bigger model for long trips, I wouldn’t hesitate. [EC Technology 2nd Gen 22400mAh External Battery, $19 with code NZGFMLUN]

While they might not conform to the classic look of our favorite chef’s knives, this Cuisinart Advantage knife set is anything but dull (get it?). You can own the whole collection today for just $15, an all-time low price

Don’t let the colors fool you, these knives are stainless steel, and extremely sharp. The set has a 4.6 star Amazon review average on over 1,700 reviews, and while the colors might not seem like your thing, they do help you keep track and avoid cross-contaminating food while you use them. [Cuisinart Advantage 12-Piece Knife Set, $15]

The vast majority of external hard drives utilize 5400RPM platters, and while that might be fine for backing up your files, it’s not ideal for tasks like photo editing, running applications, and expanding your game console’s storage.

Luckily, the HGST Touro S ups the ante with a 7200RPM drive, which while not as speedy as an SSD, offers a noticeable improvement over its 5400RPM cousins. I use this exact drive to store games on my Xbox One, and reap the benefits in the form of shorter loading times. [HGST Touro S 1TB, $60]

The oral thermometer probably didn’t need to be reinvented, but if you’re the kind of person who likes everything to be smartphone-connected, Kinsa’s smart thermometer works with both iOS and Android, and is down to $15 today.


Kinsa markets this as a kids thermometer, mostly because it only takes 10 seconds to get a reading, and its smartphone app includes a little bubble popping minigame that kids can play while they wait, but it’s a neat little gizmo for sick people of any age.

The app automatically tracks your temperature over time, and you can add your own metadata about symptoms and medication if you want a more complete record of your illness. Plus, if you own an iPhone, the temperature data is compatible with Apple’s HealthKit.

Obviously, nobody really needs this thing, but if you’re intrigued, $15 is one of the best prices we’ve ever seen, and is also not a terrible price for a good oral thermometer, smart or otherwise. [Kinsa Smart Fever Thermometer, $15]

It wasn’t that long ago that $62 would have been a fantastic price for a 120GB SSD. Now, that price gets you 240GB. [Kingston V300 240GB SSD, $62]

If your car’s electrical system is a little finnicky, this $12 dongle plugs straight into your accessory outlet to help you diagnose battery and alternator problems, before they leave you stranded.


When the engine is turned off, the meter will show you the overall voltage and charge level of your battery, so you know when it might be time to buy a replacement. While you’re driving, it will also indicate when the battery is recharging or discharging, which can help you diagnose a malfunctioning alternator. You probably won’t keep it plugged in all the time, but for $12, it might be useful to add this to your tool chest. [INNOVA Battery and Charging System Monitor, $12]

If you missed out last week, Belkin’s WeMo Insight Switch is back in stock on Amazon for just $40.


Functionally, the Insight Switch is no different than a standard Belkin WeMo switch. Just plug one in between a wall outlet and the device of your choice, and you’ll be able to turn it on or off from your smartphone or Amazon Echo, and even create automatic schedules. The difference is that the Insight will monitor your device’s energy use, and even calculate its monthly cost on your power bill. I wouldn’t go as far as to say that the Insight will completely pay for itself, but it can certainly make you more mindful of what goes into your monthly bill. [Belkin WeMo Insight Switch, $40]

Anker makes some of the most popular and reliable USB charging gear on the market, and several of their Quick Charge 2.0 products are on sale right now.


As an aside, I own the PowerCore+ battery, and it has the best build quality of any battery pack I’ve ever seen.

Anker Quick Charge 2.0 18W USB Wall Charger ($6) | Amazon | Use code HITW3AYN

Anker PowerCore+ 10050 QC 2.0 Battery Pack ($25) | Amazon

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 Premium Portable Charger & USB Wall Charger with Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 ($60) | Amazon | Promo code T3CRX4LK

Anker Dual-Port QC 2.0 Car Charger ($14) | Amazon | Promo code 55ANZPZ6

Anker QC 2.0 Car Charger ($6) | Amazon | Promo code 4KNIDWPL

This unique measuring cup doubles as a kitchen scale, so you can work seamlessly with both volume and weight-based recipes. My mom had this when I went home for the holidays, and she said it worked great. [Etekcity Handy 11lb/5kg Digital Multifunction Kitchen Cup Scale, $14 with code PN5Q7LS5]

Aukey’s newest Bluetooth speaker is tire-shaped, water resistant, and only $15 today. That’s a good price for any Bluetooth speaker, let alone one that you can take into the shower with you. [AUKEY Rugged Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker, $15 with code J95FUXF9]

Most of the night lights we publish are battery-operated, but if you’d rather plug them in, this deal will net you four lights for just $16. [2x2-Pack OxyLED N30 LED Night Light With Dusk to Dawn Sensor, $16. Add two to cart and use code 86Y2TBED]

Everyone likes a little candlelight every now and then, but if you don’t want to keep buying new candles (or houses after you burn yours down), this 6-pack of flameless alternatives is just $13 today. [Realistic Battery-Powered Flameless Pillar Candles - 6 Pack, $13 with code XDLIS6XZ]

We see a lot of deals on smartphone mounts for your car, but here’s a treat for all of you bike riders out there. [Liger Universal “SuperGrip” Bike Mount Handlebar Holder for Smartphones, $6]





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