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Top Tech Deals

Sometimes, I’m still amazed that you can get a 55" TV for $398, let alone one with 4K resolution, HDR10 support, built-in Roku software, and the ability to use your phone as a remote. This has gotten down to this price a few times in the past, but it usually sells out quickly and goes back to $450.


It’s 1-3 weeks backordered, but Amazon tends to under-promise in that department, at least in my experience.

SONOS PLAY:1, $147 with code SONOSPLAY1
SONOS PLAY:5, $399 with code SONOSPLAY5

There’s a new SONOS in town, which means you can score one of the best discounts ever on the still-great PLAY:1, as well as the PLAY:5, which didn’t get updated last week. Just note that you’ll need to have an Alexa device tied to your Amazon account for these promo codes to work.

Update: The SONOS PLAYBAR also comes with $40 Amazon gift card right now, plus six months of Amazon Music Unlimited.

When you think of smart watches, you probably picture something like an Apple Watch: a computer on your wrist. But today’s Amazon Gold Box features deals on watches that add smart features to traditional (and far more attractive) analog watches.


For example, the GUESS Connect is an analog watch with a tiny, one-line screen on the bottom, but that’s enough to see who’s texting you, and it even has a microphone and Alexa built right in. Several styles of the Connect are available for $100 in today’s sale.

Or you could opt for the Skagen Hagen Connected, which uses a second analog dial to track your daily fitness goals, and includes a smart button that can trigger your smartphone’s camera from afar, just to name a few features.

These are just two examples of what you’ll find in this sale, so head over to Amazon to see the rest.

If your Eneloop AA collection isn’t quite as big as it could be, you can supplement it with an 4-pack of AmazonBasics high capacity AAs for $8 today.


That’s an all-time low price, and $6 less than the equivalent Eneloop pack. And if you believe some reviewers, these may actually be rebranded Eneloops themselves. We can’t verify that claim (though like Eneloops, they were produced in Japan and pre-charged with solar energy, which seems really specific to be a coincidence), but whatever their origin, they have great reviews, and a stellar price tag.

iClever 4.2A USB Power Receptacle, $14 with code ICWALL77

We’ve seen our fair share of USB power receptacle deals, but this $14 model from iClever is one of the most affordable options yet. Half the things you plug in these days probably plug into USB, so it just makes a ton of sense to install these.

Why should your smart speaker, toothbrush, candles, and potted plants take up precious counter space when you can just add a shelf to a power outlet? This thing holds 10 pounds, and is only $15 today.

NETGEAR 16x4 Cable Modem, $50 after $10 coupon

If you’re still paying your cable company a monthly modem rental fee, stop what you’re doing and buy your own for just $50. This model supports maximum download speeds of 680mbps, which should cover just about every cable internet plan out there. Just be sure to clip the $10 coupon to save.

Most inexpensive Bluetooth speakers you see include a single 5W driver, or maybe dual 5W drivers if you’re lucky. But the AOMAIS Sport II packs in a pair of 10W drivers, plus IPX7 water resistance (meaning it can actually be submerged to a point), and a 10 hour battery. Not bad for $26.

Of all of Anker’s charging gear, its PowerStrip surge protectormight be the least well known. But with six AC outlets and four USB ports, it’d be a great addition to your desk, nightstand, or pretty much anywhere else you plug things in. Today’s price is about $5 less than usual, no code required.

Other than a 2-pack discount, we’ve never seen a deal on Amazon’s Echo Show, until today.

Get the touchscreen-equipped Alexa device for $200 right now, down from its original $230. You can read Gizmodo’s review if you want to learn more, but it turns out Alexa would have benefitted from a visual component all along

The Echo Dot is also $5 off, if you want to spread Alexa all around your house.

If you’re still wrestling with a terrible inkjet printer at home, do yourself a solid and pick up the reliable Brother HL-2380DW monochrome laser printer today for just $99 today, about $30-$50 less than usual.

While it doesn’t print in color, it more than makes up for that with the ability to spit out 32 pages per minute, duplex printing, and inexpensive toner cartridges that can last for years without being replaced. We’ve posted a lot of Brother deals in the past, and we’ve heard nothing but good things from readers about them. Plus, this particular model has a sterling 4.4 star review average on Amazon, a built-in scanner, and AirPrint and Google Cloud Print support, so it should serve you well for years.

There are only a handful of USB battery packs out there with USB-C Power Delivery, and this is the lowest price we’ve ever seen on one of them.


$56 gets you RAVPower’s 26,800mAh battery pack, complete with a 30W USB-C port that can power a MacBook or Nintendo Switch at basically full speed, plus two regular USB ports as well. We posted a deal on a very similar Anker battery pack recently that cost more (though it did come with a USB-C Power Delivery wall charger, no small thing), and either one would be a great companion on a long flight.

Belkin and Apple finally started shipping a dongle that lets you use wired headphones and charge your iPhone 7, 8, or X at the same time. The problem, it’s $35, and it’s entirely too large for the role it serves. Luckily, Amazon recently started making their own; it’s $5 cheaper right now, and much, much sleeker.

Aukey 8-Outlet Power Strip With USB, $29 with code AUKEYPS3

Half the stuff you plug in these days probably plugs into a USB port, so it makes sense for your power strips to include some, in addition to AC outlets. This $29 power strip from Aukey includes six of the former (including one Quick Charge 3.0 port) and eight of the latter, so you can charge everything.

1 Year NordVPN, $48 with code VIP70 | 2 Year Plan, $72 with code 2YSpecial2017

VPNs are in the news these days, and with good reason. So if you’re curious to sign up and start protecting your browsing history and personal data (or, you know, getting around websites’geoblocks), NordVPN charges less per month than a typical trip to Starbucks.


NordVPN has long been one of the most popular and reliable VPN providers out there, and if you sign up for a one-year membership, promo code VIP70 will drop your annual price from $69 to $48. If you’re sure you want to commit, use this link instead to get a special two year plan for $79 with code 2YSpecial2017. Lifehacker has recommended Nord in some previous guides, but if you have any firsthand experience with the service, sound off in the comments!

Top Home Deals

I don’t give much thought to my clothes hangers until I don’t have enough of them. If you’re running low, a 20-pack of very classy-looking wooden hangers is just $17 today with code JMACT5NL.

Fried foods are delicious. Fried foods will kill you. These are the laws of our cruel existence, and generally-speaking, there’s no avoiding them. But this Bella air fryer uses convection to achieve fried-like crispiness using no oil at all. Are the results as delicious as the real thing? Probably not, but if you believe the reviews, it comes pretty damn close.

You have to really enjoy hot tea to justify the cost, but Breville’s One-Touch tea maker is an incredibly good kitchen appliance, and Amazon’s taking over $60 off the usual price today.

Just put water in the pitcher, tea leaves in the basket, and select the type of tea you want to make. The Breville One-Touch heats the water to the right temperature and maintains that temperature while automatically raising and lowering the basket. Simple, easy to clean, and perfect every time.

Hot Glue Gun, $17 with code HMNHKVPQ

You never know when a hot glue gun might come in handy, so pick one up for $17 if you don’t already own one. It even comes with 30 sticks of glue, which should last most people for years, if not decades.

Squatty Potty: 7" or 9", $19

Did you know you’ve been pooping all wrong? It’s true! Luckily, the obscenely popular Squatty Potty is designed to lift your legs into an ideal bowel movement position, and you can get a 7" or 9" model for just $19 on Amazon today. These things don’t go on sale often, so if you’ve had your eye on one, it’s officially time to poop or get off the pot.

Holiday party season is just around the corner and you’re going to need something to cook and keep your delicious creations warm.


Normally selling for around $40 - $50, this 8-quart slow cooker isn’t programmable but it is larger than the standard size and just $34 today. This is big enough to serve 10+ people, making it perfect for potlucks or events.

Anker’s 1300 lumen LC130 flashlight is so bright, it ought to be illegal. Luckily, it’s not, and it’s also cheaper $14 less than usual today.


In addition to the insanely bright bulbs, the LC130 features IP67 dust and water resistance, five different light modes, and a six hour battery that you can recharge over USB (it is Anker, after all).

Blendtec Total Blender Classic, $250

Blendtec is the brand that brought you those viral “Will It Blend” videos, and yeah, their blenders are really good. If you’ve had one on your wish list, you can grab a one today for $250 as part of Amazon’s Gold Box. That’s a whopping $50-$100 less than usual, and one of the best prices we’ve ever seen on a non-refurbished Blendtec.

Aukey Desk Lamp, $28 with code AUKEYL10
Aukey Desk Lamp XL, $33 with code AUKEYST6

In addition to their attractive designs, these Aukey desk lamps have the three big features you’d want: A USB charging port for your phone, adjustable brightness, and most importantly, multiple color temperature options. It seems like a small thing, but different light temperatures can boost your productivity, or help you get to sleep at night.

OxyLED T-04 Warm, $15 with code 9UOKOUCT

With a reliable motion sensor and an easy-to-charge battery pack, I’ve put OxyLED’s T-04 light strips in every closet of my apartment. I might just have to rip them out now though and replace them with this new model, which features a warmer color temperature, in addition to all of the old model’s features.

You buy a ton of ergonomic butt pillows from Kinja Deals for around ~$10-15. We haven’t sat on most of them, but I did sit on this one all week, and the results are immediate, and my back feels great.


The ZGUP (ugh) basically forces you to sit with better posture, and lives up to its name in making you feel pretty weightless at the same time. If you’ve got bad posture or back pain and spend a lot of time sitting (that’s basically everyone), this is an easy recommendation.

When we asked the campaign to release more cushions at the sold out $59 early bird price point exclusively for our readers, we had not yet seen the obscene $18 shipping costs. This is still definitely worth it to not be in pain, but, yeah.

Squatty Potty: 7" or 9", $19

Did you know you’ve been pooping all wrong? It’s true! Luckily, the obscenely popular Squatty Potty is designed to lift your legs into an ideal bowel movement position, and you can get a 7" or 9" model for just $19 on Amazon today. These things don’t go on sale often, so if you’ve had your eye on one, it’s officially time to poop or get off the pot.

These highly rated food containers basically look like OXO Pops, but significantly less expensive. They’re perfect for storing grains and pasta, and they’ll keep chips and cookies fresher than their original packaging once you open them.

Vansky Wake-Up Light, $26 with code SXJIFYAA

Philips Wake-Up lights have long been one of our readers’ favorite products, but now Vansky is making its own version for a lot less money.

Just like the Philips light, Vansky’s Sunrise Alarm Clock fades in a sunrise-simulating light for 30 minutes prior to your designated wake-up time, and then finishes the job with your choice of six natural alarms, or an FM radio station. That means by the time your alarm goes off, your body will already have begun the process of waking up, eliminating that awful feeling of being jolted out of a deep REM cycle. You can even choose from seven different light colors, a feature that doesn’t exist on any of Philips’ models.

I’ve had a Philips Wake-Up light for years, and absolutely love it, but $26 is a great price for a feature-packed alternative.

TCP LED Bulb 6-Packs: Soft White, $12

If you’re ready to take the plunge into LED lighting, this 6-pack of bulbs from TCP is down to just $12 on Amazon right now in soft white and just $15 for daylight bulbs. They aren’t dimmable, so you won’t want to put them in certain fixtures, but they’re great bulk packs for the price.


Once you’ve got them, check to see if your local utility company offers rebates for purchasing LEDs. If so, it’s possible these could pay for themselves even quicker than they would otherwise.

BioLite, maker of our favorite camping stoves and lighting, is back with a FirePit we’ve been psyched about since we saw it in action back in December. Their Kickstarter launched today and is already... on fire.


Update: BioLite is running low on $199 preorder bonuses with the free solar cover (only about 500 left as of October 6), so get yours while you can.

The BioLite FirePit is easy to transport, minimizes smoke, is see-through for maximum fire viewing, uses wood or charcoal, and doubles as a hibachi grill. The secret here is an advanced circulation system that’s powered by a removable battery pack (which you can plug your phone into, natch), but unlike some of BioLite’s other products, the flames won’t recharge that battery themselves.

That said, Kickstarter preorders include a solar cover for free that will recharge the battery when the pit isn’t in use, but about a third of the units available at the $199 level are already gone, so don’t let this one smolder.

$10 off your first Prime Now order with code 10PRIMENOW

If you live in a city with Amazon Prime Now, but haven’t yet tried it, you can save $10 on your first order with promo code 10PRIMENOW.


All you have to do is build a cart with at least $20 worth of eligible goods from Amazon, and enter that code at checkout to get the deal. I’ve literally built Prime Now orders in the past that consisted of nothing but ice cream and junk food, but they recently added a selection of healthier stuff from Whole Foods as well, so you should have no trouble taking advantage.

Just remember that this deal is only available in cities with Prime Now service, and only first time Prime Now customers are eligible.

Top Lifestyle Deals

Halloween is in three weeks (!) and if you or your kids are still struggling with this ever-important decision, this one-day Amazon sale is perfect for you. Pick up any kind of costume you’re looking for, for kids, adults, and even your furry friend (who may not be your friend after you dress them up as a pizza slice). You’d better decide quick though, because these deals will disappear quicker those Reese’s pumpkins

30% off select styles, plus free shipping, with code T24LIFE

Pack your stuff in a new Timbuk2 bag. Get 30% off select styles, plus free shipping, when you use code T24LIFE, which include the ever-popular Commute and Command Bags, and make sure your commute is packed well. There’s everything from one of your favorite carry-ons to your favorite laptop bags.

Nursal TENS Massager, $25 with code ZX9NLQA8

TENS (Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) massagers seem a bit like pseudoscience, but every time we post a deal on one of these things, we hear nothing but rave reviews. In fact, I use one occasionally after exercising, and I’m pretty sure it helps reduce muscle pain. At the very least, it feels cool.

Extra 50% off clearance items and free shipping with code BIGFIVE

Celebrate J.Crew Factory’s 5th birthday (it seems longer than five years) with an extra 50% off their entire clearance section. Use the code BIGFIVE and take an extra 50% off all clearance items, plus free shipping, which is insane seeing as practically everything is already marked down under $100. Maybe hold off on cleaning out your closet until after this sale is over.

ECCO has been around since the ‘60s but the timeless, comfortable styles of their men’s and women’s shoes are what’s on display today. Amazon’s Gold Box has ECCO men’s dress shoes, loafers, and sneakers, and women’s sneakers, for as low as $59. Trust me, these things will last, but this 24-hour sale will not.

TriggerPoint is known far and wide for their foam rollers, and now, you can save on their 2.6" massage ball as well. $12 is about $3 less than usual, and the best price since May.

Caffeine, but in pill form. Each of these slow-release pills has 100mg of caffeine, or about as much as a small cup of coffee, and you can get 100 of them for $13.