Staring at a laptop screen sitting on a desk is terrible for your neck and your posture, but a laptop stand can bring your screen up to a more ergonomic height. This one from Lamicall looks great, rotates 360 degrees on its base, and is only $20 right now with promo code LAPTOP44.
Update: We posted these earlier in the week, but now, they’re actually cheaper, including the first time we’ve ever seen the 55" model drop below $1000.
LG’s OLED TVs have achieved something of a cult status thanks to their inky dark black levels and vibrant colors, and today, we’ve got the best price we’ve ever seen on the 2018 55" and 65" models.
The picture quality on these B8 sets should be nearly identical to the 2017 models (which is a good thing!), but the 2018 versions include LG’s ThinQ voice assistant and support for HFR (high frame rate video) up to 120 FPS. HFR content doesn’t really exist yet, but a few movies are expected to come to streaming services starting later this year, so if you’re planning on using the TV for several years, it might be worth it for future-proofing purposes.
Walmart has the 55" marked down to $999 (also $1,088 at Walmart if eBay sells out), and the 65" to $1,775, both the best prices we’ve ever seen. Order now, and you’ll have them in time for March Madness.
You’ve probably got a few dozen microUSB cables tucked away in your drawers, and iPhone owners have surely stocked up on Lightning cables over the years. But if you still need to build out your USB-C to C cable collection, you’ve got two great options today.
Get five C-to-C cables from Aukey in various lengths for just $8 with promo code WDZVISHA, or for $6, you can get a trio of nylon braided 3' cables for $6 with code 3NOI29TI. Those are pretty huge discounts, so we don’t expect them to last for long.
Edifier makes some of the best sounding bookshelf speakers on the market, and today’s Gold Box shaves $80 off one of their best offerings. The Edifier S2000pro makes addition to your current sound system or home theater.
These offer fantastic audio quality—but as far as features go, lack the smarts of voice-control powers of smarter devices. But for some, that’s a bonus. The S2000pro offers a variety of inputs, including aux, optical, Bluetooth connectivity, and a remote control. Oh, and the best part? Attractive wooden side panels, like in those awesome cars in the movies.
Your laptop is one of the most expensive things you own, and it deserves to be treated as such. Rather than throwing it roughshod into your bag, slip it into one of PicasoLabs’ beautiful, hand-stitched leather sleeves, now back on sale just for our readers, this weekend only.
There are several options available, and prices will vary depending on the size of your laptop. They’re all designed specifically for various MacBook models, but compare measurements, and you could probably find one to fit your Windows Ultrabook as well. No matter which one you choose, you’ll save 15% at checkout with that promo code.
Netgear’s Arlo Pro 2 home security cameras are among the few that can run completely on battery power, and the newer Pro 2 models add additional touches that the original Arlo cameras liacked, like 1080p recording, rechargeable batteries (rather than watch batteries), improved motion detection, two-way intercom, and a base station with 100 decibel alarm. So if you’re ready to start monitoring your home like a paranoid person, Amazon will sell you the two camera starter kit for $339 today, down from the usual $360-$440.
You might not think you need a pressure washer, but after spending 10 minutes on r/pressurewashingporn, you’ll have your credit card out. And you can start blasting away at grime for just $105, thanks to today’s EarthWise Gold Box.
This 1800 PSI washer should have enough oomph to clean anything you point it at, and while it’s a new product without any reviews, EarthWise’s other lawn tools are very highly regarded. You can even save a few extra bucks by choosing in-store pickup, so get yours before the deal is blasted away.
Bio Bidet may be best known for its ultra-luxe bidets with Star Trek-like control panels, and every possible accoutrement your undercarriage could ever deserve. But their newest model sticks to basics, and looks to be one of the best looking entry level models out there, with a price tag that won’t stop you up.
Available on Indiegogo for just $32 (or $39 if earlybirds sell out), the Bio Bidet Slim Glow features dual nozzles (posterior/feminine), an unobtrusive design, sturdy brass connections, and even battery powered LED lighting. Best of all, Bio Bidet claims you can install it yourself, on basically any toilet, in about 15 minutes. We’ve posted enough bidet deals to know that that all adds up to a terrific value.
stan squat for bidets any time. If you had poop on any other part of your body, you wouldn’t clean yourself with a dry piece of paper. You would use (at the very least) water. Bio Bidet’s been in the business for a decade, and this seems like a perfect option for anyone that doesn’t want to flush too much money on a first bidet.
Hot weather and bright sun will be back soon, promise, and you can be ready with this $4 AmazonBasics windshield sun shade. This is the large version, and it’s inexplicably about 1/3 the price of the medium version, albeit as an add-on item. As a resident of Texas, I think these should be on the state flag.
Chevron’s Techron fuel system cleaner claims to clean, restore, and protect the entire fuel system in your vehicle, and judging by the glowing user reviews, it really does seem to work. Amazon will sell you a 20 ounce bottle today for $7, within about $1 of an all-time low.
If you own anything suede, you need to protect it. It doesn’t really matter what suede protector you use, just for the love of all that is leather, use one.
This can of suede and nubuck-forumlated Scotchgard is down to an all-time low $4 right now, with Prime shipping. It’s not enough to protect a couch, but it’s perfect for gloves and shoes.
Find someone who looks at you the way cats look at the PetFusion cat lounger. Normally $50, it very rarely goes on sale, because with 6,000 reviews and an insane 4.8-star rating on Amazon, it probably sells itself. It’s made of recycled cardboard, its curved design makes it easier for cats to scratch, and the grooves of the cardboard are perfect for rubbing in some catnip for hours of (your) entertainment.
These deals never last long, so I’d go ahead and pounce on it while you can. The white model is the cheapest at $43 at the time of posting, and the gray is a few cents more if that’s more your taste.
As far as luggage goes, this is pretty bare bones: no GPS or WiFi, and no battery or ride-on feature. But if you’re looking for an exapndable, long weekend companion, like I am, this hard-sided Samsonite may be one to consider.
This particular unit sells for $100-120 on Amazon. So this is a steal.
I could dance around what makes this underwear unique, but it’s easier to just say it: It has a separate compartment for your penis to keep it away from your balls. It sounds a little ridiculous, but as the weather starts to warm up, it could certainly keep you out of some, uh, sticky situations.
Try out a three-pack of the athletically-geared boxer briefs for $26 (down from $31), or stock up with seven pairs of cotton trunks for $40 (down from $47).
You own lint rollers, because you aren’t slovenly, but have you ever noticed that you seem to run out of sheets when you’re covered in cat hair and running late a wedding? With this 5-pack for $7 (after clipping the $2.80 coupon), you won’t find yourself in that bind again for a good long while.
The Kawartha Cooler Bag is what the cooler always should have been. It embodies simplicity, versatility, and convenience, no wheels required. It’s an adaptable cooler bag that you can bring anywhere, from the cabin to the tailgate, from the park to car camping. Or, if you’re determined to drink in seclusion like me, even into the backcountry. And its $48 price point ices the competition.
Deal: For a limited time, you can save 30% on your Kawartha cooler bag with promo code COOLERSPRING30.
The Cooler Bag is actually two distinct parts: a dry bag outer, and a removable cooler insert. The insert is an insulated bubble core wrapped with a PVC plastic to keep all your goods cold. The dry bag is made of 500D PVC, which is tough and stands up to the elements, but also odor resistant (mine has been rolled down rocky trails without enduring more than a nick, and soaked with stagnant beer for weeks, without the smell being absorbed permanently). And with thermally heated seams, it’s completely waterproof. That’s important, because it means your cooler will never leak, and you’ll be able to use it as a dry bag when the cooler’s removed.
During my first test of this bag, I managed to pack in 18 already cold beers and a few frozen steaks, with ice filling in any remaining space. Packing this much does mean some of your goods won’t fit inside the cooler insert (a 12-pack alone easily will), but if you can still close the outer bag using the roll top, everything still stays pretty cold. So after a 7 hour drive to the trailhead, it was another 1.5 mile hike into camp. Though there’s no convenient way to take that much weight into a secluded site, along with your own gear, this bag makes it bearable. Like a duffel, you can sling it over your shoulder, or carry it by the side handle, which is helpful in distributing the burden of your beer across different muscle groups.
It was a slog, but it was easy compared to hauling in, as my friends had, hard plastic coolers in two person crews, or awkwardly slinging box-ey soft cooler bags over their shoulders. I practically breezed through the trail with a heavy—but still compact and manageable—bag. And true to form, by the next night of the trip, plenty of ice remained, and leftover beers were as cold as if they’d just come out of the fridge.
Since then, my Kawartha Cooler Bag has done a couple years of casual porch and park hangs, car rides, bigger backcountry hikes, and has even played a role as a dry bag while tubing. It does everything a cooler can, and it goes where a cooler can’t. And while you could complain about it not being able to carry 40 beers or whatever, another friend with another Kawartha bag solves that. Now don’t forget to pack out your empties!
When it comes to having a corner on the market, nothing really compares to Nike. And right now, use the code SAVE20 and take an extra 20% off their entire clearance section for both men and women. Over 3,000 already-discounted items are even cheaper now, and everything you could need for a good workout wardrobe is included, from apparel, to sneakers, to gear.
It may be March, but it’s never too late to get some good winter gear. Right now, reliable outdoor brand Marmot is marking down their sale section with an extra 20% off clearance. Use promo code 20MORE to snag additional savings on jackets and outerwear, solid layers, equipment, and more.
A new season calls for a major wardrobe overhaul. Since spring is well on its way, LOFT is encouraging you to update your closet by taking $50 off purchases of $100 or more. Use promo code GETREADY, and stock up on work-appropriate tops, sweaters, pants, accessories, and more, all of which are sure to put a spring in your step while you wait for warmer weather to arrive.
We’ve got a sale that will make you get out your wallet...and ditch it for something newer and cuter. The pocketbook purveyors at Kate Spade want to hook you up with new handbags, wallets, clothing, jewelry and other accessories this season, so they’re taking 30% off almost everything on their site. Use promo code GOODPURCHASE to take advantage of this designer deal, especially since 2% of the sales from this even will go toward the non-profit Tides Foundation. Now that’s a great reason to shop.
Winter may already be half over — fingers crossed, right? But in case the cold doesn’t go anywhere anytime soon, Backcountry’s Winter Clearance Sale is here to ensure that you are prepared to weather any conditions over the next few months. Starting today, take up to 60% off tons of gear, clothing, and accessories from your favorite brands, including Burton, Marmot, The North Face, Sorel, and others, and fear the frigid outdoors no more.
The only thing better than wandering through the boho fantasy land that is Anthropologie IRL, is getting sucked into one of their sales online. Right now, everything in the sale section at Anthro, from unique apparel and accessories to creatively designed homewares, is an additional 40% off. To top it off, there’s nothing you need to do to take advantage of this deal; just add to cart, and the discount will be automatically applied. Oh, and by the way, there are currently over 1,300 items under Anthropologie’s sale section. Happy browsing!
J.Crew is no stranger to extra discounts for on-sale stuff, but for today only, they’re marking down a whole lot of full-priced styles, too. All shoppers get 50% off sale items for men, women, and kids, and for everything else not in the clearance section, enjoy 30% off. Just use promo code FRIDAY, and stock up on classic sweaters, coats, button-downs, accessories, and more is now.
We all love to hate Crocs, but guess what! Those lightweight, hole-y, rubber-y slides are cool now, thanks to the always groundbreaking runway scene and one Post Malone. And you too can be hip to the trend thanks to Crocs’ BOGO 50% off promotion, going on through the weekend. Unfortunately, the plain old classic Crocs, along with a few other styles, are excluded from the sale, but in case you haven’t noticed, Crocs makes other shoes that barely even look like Crocs. So go ahead and stock up on Crocs, because fashun.
It’s time to start thinking about layering, and you can buy a whole bunch of layers for cheap with Columbia’s up to 60% off sale section. Everything on this page is already on sale, and promo code 2FEB60 will save even more (though the exact discount varies).
If you add something to your cart, apply the code, and then go back to the sale page, you’ll see final prices for all of the items. Tedious, I know. But almost everything comes out to under $60, so stock up!
The dreaded process of shopping for lingerie actually isn’t so bad when you hit up Journelle. Their stuff is known for being well made, size inclusive, and actually attractive, and right now, you can get quite a few nice pieces for 30% off with promo code FEBISOVER. Discounted bras, undies, robes, PJs, rompers, bodysuits, and even swimwear are included in the promotion, so shop now and feel good about your new underpinnings.
Gaming’s most iconic mascot got the encyclopedia he always deserved late last year, and you can pick up a copy for $20 today, within a couple gold coins of an all-time low. It features 256 full color pages with content from all 17 mainline Super Mario games, so this price should have you triple jumping for joy.
Not to be confused with Salt Fat Acid Heat, Ken Forkish’s (come on, that can’t be his real name) Flour Water Salt Yeast is all about the fundamentals of bread and dough making. The winner of a 2013 James Beard Foundation award, it’s an essential read for amateur bakers, and it’s just $3 on Kindle today.
Gamers, the smartphone deal you’ve been waiting for is here. An unlocked, second-generation Razer Phone is down to $500 on Amazon right now, that’s a discount of $200.
Gizmodo says “Razer’s second effort is something that’s better for both normies and gamers” thanks to the upgrades made to its speaker, screen, and cameras.
Other noteworthy features of the Razer Phone 2 include RGB lighting, IP67 water-resistance, Qi wireless charging, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, 8GB of RAM, and 5.7-inch 120Hz screen.
Be sure to act soon because this offer won’t last.
Many of our readers wouldn’t bat an eye in spending $50+ on a good gaming mouse, so it’s worth spending a little more on a mouse pad you’ll enjoy using it on. This gigantic mouse pad is big enough to hold your keyboard as well, and it’s just $11 today when you use prom code vehemo01, which takes 50% off.
- Samsung 10000mAh Battery Pack (10Ah) with USB-C Cable | $16 | Samsung
- 5-Pack Aukey USB-C Cables (Various Lengths) | $8 | Amazon | Promo code WDZVISHA
- 3-Pack Aukey Braided USB-C Cables (3') | $6 | Amazon | Promo code 3NOI29TI
- Edifier S2000pro Powered Bluetooth Bookshelf Speakers | $320 | Amazon
- Roland V-Compact TD-11K Electronic Drum Set TD-11K-S | $550 | Adorama
- LG 55-Inch Class B8 OLED 4K HDR AI Smart TV (2018 Model) | $999 | eBay
- LG B8 2018 OLED 55" TV | $1088 | Walmart
- LG B8 2018 OLED 65" TV | $1775 | Walmart
- LG 70-Inch LED - UK6190 Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TVB | $700 | Best Buy
- Toshiba 49–Inch LED - 1080p – Smart - HDTV – Fire TV Edition | $200 | Best Buy
- Refurb Acer Nitro 5 15.6" Gaming Laptop, Ryzen 5 2500U, 8GB, 1TB HDD | $470 | eBay
- Dell Inspiron Desktop - AMD Ryzen 5-Series - 8GB Memory - AMD Radeon RX 570 - 1TB | $550 | Best Buy
- Lenovo 2-in-1 11.6" Touch-Screen Chromebook, 4GB Memory, 32GB | $249 | Best Buy
- Refurb AOC 16" FullHD 1920 x 1080 USB-C Powered Portable IPS Monitor | $120 | Newegg
- Save $450 on a Google Pixel 3 | Best Buy
- Phoozy Pouch for Most Cell Phones | $15 | Best Buy
- Phoozy Pouch for Apple iPhone, Samsung Galaxy and Most Plus Size Devices | $15 | Best Buy
- Fujifilm X-A3 Mirrorless with 16-50mm OIS II Lens | $290 | Adorama
- DJI Spark Quadcopter | $365 | Best Buy
- First Alert BRK SC9120LBL Hardwired AC Smoke and Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detector with 10 Year Sealed Battery Backup | $39 | Amazon
- KitchenAid KV25G0XER Professional 500 Series Stand Mixer | $200 | Best Buy
- NutriBullet NBR-1201 12-Piece High-Speed Blender/Mixer System (600 Watts) | $50 | Amazon
- Cuisinart 12-Pc Tri-Ply Cookware Set | $130 | Woot
- Cuisinart 15Pc Triple Rivet Block Set | $45 | Woot
- Cuisinart 7-Quart Casserole, Mint | $64 | Woot
- Cuisinart 12" Chickent Fryer, Grey | $64 | Woot
- Gourmia Jr. Double Baby Bottle Sterilizer and Warmer | $24 | Amazon | Use Code BBOTTLE30
- MLITER All in One Baby Food Maker | $70 | Walmart
- Chevron Techron Concentrate Plus Fuel System Cleaner - 20 oz. | $7 | Amazon
- Reese Towpower 21536 Towing 2" Starter Kit | $14 | Amazon
- Earthwise PW18004FS-GN 1800 PSI 1.2 GPM 13-Amp Pressure Washer | $105 | Amazon
- DEWALT DCG413B 20V MAX Brushless Cut Off Tool/Grinder | $109 | Amazon
- Fiskars 18 Inch Billhook Saw | $19 | Amazon
- AmazonBasics Large Windshield Sun Shade | $4 | Amazon
- Samsonite Pivot Spinner | $60 | eBay
- Gonex 100L Foldable Travel Duffle Bag, Extra Large | $24 | Amazon | Use Code 4ONRXMB2
- Up to 40% off Select Workwear and Workboots | Home Depot
- Buy One, Get One 50% Off Select Pairs | Crocs
- 30% Off Sitewide | Kate Spade | Promo Code GOODPURCHASE
- $50 Off Purchases of $100 Or More | LOFT | Promo code GETREADY
- Braun Mobile Pocket Shaver M60 | $15 | Amazon
- Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Connected Toothbrush | $140 | Best Buy
- Philips Sonicare C1 ProResults Standard Replacement Toothbrush Heads (3-Pack) | $20 | Best Buy
- 5-Pack Scotch-Brite Lint Rollers | $7 | Amazon | Clip the $2.80 coupon
- Extra 20% Off Sale | Marmot | Promo code 20MORE
- Sixthreezero Cruiser Bikes On Sale Starting at $170 | Woot
- Teeter FitSpine X-Series Inversion Table, 2019 Model | $330 | Amazon
- The Art of Hearing Heartbeats [Kindle] | $2 | Amazon
- Don Quixote [Kindle] | $2 | Amazon
- Flour Water Salt Yeast [Kindle] | $3 | Amazon
- Vehemo Extra Large Mouse Pad | $11 | Amazon | Promo code vehemo01
- Assassin’s Creed Franchise Sale | Steam
- Kirby: Battle Royale - 3DS | $24 | Amazon
Deals You May Have Missed
If you own a Nintendo Switch or USB-C-powered laptop, a USB-C Power Delivery battery pack is a must. Anker just came out with a brand new one, and you can save $30 today with promo code HYBRID13.
First, the basics. It’s 19,000mAh, includes two PowerIQ USB charging ports, and a 27W USB-C port that can charge a 12" MacBook at nearly full speed, or a MacBook Pro a bit slower. And unlike most of Anker’s competitors’ batteries, it also includes a 30W USB-C PD wall charger in the box that can recharge the battery in 3.5 hours, and double as an extra wall charger for your other gadgets.
That’s all well and good, but the PowerCore+ 19000 PD Hybrid has one more trick up its sleeve, one we haven’t seen on any other battery pack: It doubles as a USB data transfer hub. Just switch it into hub mode, and those USB-A charging ports become data ports that can transfer data between your PC and any connected USB hard drives and flash drives. That makes it the most comically large USB-C dongle in the world, but even so, that’s a handy skill, and means you’ll have one less thing to pack when you travel.
Ten minutes with the SwitchPod made me realize how much I hate my dumb Gorillapod.
Scheduled to ship in August, the SwitchPod is a light-weight, handheld camera stabilizer that doubles as a tabletop tripod. And that’s it. In fact, it keeps it so simple, it’s stupid—in a good way.
It doesn’t promise to cling to tree branches, like the Gorillapod, or offer weights to create a pseudo-gimbal like other stabilizers.
Instead, it focuses on its primary functions, and adds a lot of smart, near-invisible flourishes photographers and vloggers will appreciate. These include magnets on the legs to keep them together in handheld mode, two ¼-20" threads to attach accessories, a tightening knob on the underside of the body, and fuss-free switching between handheld and tripod modes.
Potential backers: There’s less than a month left to enjoy the pre-order $20 discount on this fully-funded campaign.
One day, everything that plugs into your laptop, tablet, or phone will use USB-C, but that utopia is a long way off, my friends. In the meantime though, I’m sorry to report that you’re going to need some dongles or adapters, and this 5-in-1 hub from Anker consolidates all of them into a single, affordable device.
Clip the coupon and use exclusive promo code KINJA8334 to get it for $22, and enjoy a couple of USB ports, an SD card slot, a microSD slot, and an HDMI port on your MacBook, iPad Pro, and basically anything else that uses USB-C.
We see good deals on Philips Hue starter kits fairly often. But if you already have a Hue system set up, it’s very rare to see individual bulbs for more than $10 off, so stock up before today’s $12 discount expires. This is about as good a deal as you’ll ever expect to see on individual bulbs outside of major holiday sale events.
Note: The $38 deal is being offered by a few third party sellers, but if they sell out, Amazon’s also discounting it to $42 directly, which is a solid deal as well.
As far as I’m concerned, an enameled dutch oven is right up there with a good knife and great spatula in the hierarchy of must-own kitchen gear, and you can get a 7 qt enameled oven from Cuisinart for an all-time low $61 today on Amazon.
These things are on approximately 99% of all wedding registries, so even if you already own one yourself, they could make great gifts. They’re oven safe for up to 500 degrees, and they even work on induction cooktops, so you can use them in a lot of different ways.
$14 would be a good price for a barebones HDTV bias light that you have to get up off the couch to control. But today, that gets you a 16.4' strip with a built-in microphone to bounce along with ambient music, and even Bluetooth app control. I have a similar set from the same company behind my TV, and it works great. Just use promo code 9PGVBADD at checkout to get the deal.
Join the club — you know, Sam’s Club — because right now, it’s much cheaper than usual to sign up. Via Groupon, you’ll pay $35 for a one year membership; that’s 56% off the regular price. And to top it off, you’ll also receive a $10 eGift Card, not to mention a $15 eGiftCard for first purchase on SamsClub.com over $15 and $10 off basket worth $10 or more of fresh produce. That’s quite a welcome, Sam, so go snag this deal before it sells out.
The regular, 6 qt. Instant Pot is still on sale for $70, and honestly, it’s probably the one you should buy at that price. But if you need a larger model for a bigger family, or care about aesthetics and a few extra features, the Instant Pot Ultra just went on sale too, in two different sizes.
The 6 qt. model is down to $99, and the 8 qt. version will cost $20 more, both of which are all-time low prices. The Ultra has a few extra cooking modes, but you’ll never use them. The differences that matter are the UI—the information-rich blue screen tells you a lot more than the DUO’s—and the fact that the pressure valve automatically closes when you close the lid, so you don’t have to worry about forgetting that crucial step. If you care about aesthetics, I think the Ultra looks like something Cuisinart or KitchenAid might make, whereas the DUO looks like something you might find at a flea market.
The actual cooking results between the two models should be identical, the Ultra just has a few quality of life improvements that may or may not be worth paying a bit extra for. It’s up to you, the only bad decision is to not buy an Instant Pot.
I can’t pinpoint exactly when it happened, but sometime in the past year or so, air fryers seemed to graduate from a kitchen novelty to a widespread phenomenon, almost on the same level as the Instant Pot. There are air fryer cookbooks now! They’re apparently the best way to reheat pizza! And that’s in addition to the obvious, fryer-adjacent uses like french fries, chicken wings, and my personal favorite, fried pickles.
This highly rated model from Habor is down to $60 today with promo code YYO8S4IY, so go put a crisp on your favorite foods, no oil required.
When it comes to the sneaker-and-activewear space — let’s be honest — nothing really compares to Nike. And right now at Nordstrom Rack, you’ll find a whole lot of newly marked down Nike styles for men, women and, kids. So if you’re in need of new sneakers and/or workout gear, well, you know just what to do: it.
If you’re looking for an entry point into the ever-widening world of K-beauty, look no further than these discounts on Neogen Demalogy, a cult-favorite brand that’s created a slew of natural, yet effective products you definitely should try, especially since Amazon is marking down a selection of their acclaimed items now.
Included among the deals are Neogen’s Green Tea Real Fresh Foam Cleanser, a must-try for combination and acne prone skin that gets ride of impurities without stripping the skin of hydration, and the