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$2 Kindle books, the new 3DS XL, and a cheap camping hammock kick off Sunday’s best deals.

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Once you’ve owned a vacuum-insulated stainless steel water bottle, every other liquid vessel technology will be forever ruined for you. This 20 ounce model has great reviews, and a $10 coupon to entice you today.

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Pebble Time Smartwatch, $98 with code AP20
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The Pebble Time might not be as “advanced” as an Apple Watch or Android Wear watch, but with week-long battery life, the Pebble Time might be the most practical smart wearable you can buy, especially at this price. Just be sure to use code AP20 at checkout to save $20.

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If your patio furniture is looking a little old or nonexistent, Amazon’s Gold Box is full of wooden patio sets from...Amazonia? Prices start under $500, but like all Gold Box deals, these prices are only available today.


X-Chef Drinking Straws - Straight, Bent
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For just $11 today, you can sip your drinks in style with eight stainless steel drinking straws (four straight, four bent). I own the bent set, and use them for everything from Coke Zero to Moscow Mules. And don’t worry, they come with a little tube cleaner to help you wash them. Just add both items to your cart, and use code NBYUDBEU at checkout.

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It won’t turn you into Jordan Spieth, but this golf laser rangefinder has never been cheaper. It’s a Gold Box deal though, so don’t miss your tee time.

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Gonex Parachute Camping Hammock, $20 with code 5ILOIUNL
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It’s officially hammock season, and this $20 nylon camping hammock can hang just about anywhere.

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$25's not a huge discount on the new 3DS XL, but it’s a match for the best we’ve seen to date.

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Today only, Amazon’s discounting a nice little selection of genre reads down to $1-$2 on Kindle, including a compendium of George R.R. Martin’s earlier works.

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If you don’t have the cash for your favorite Audio-Technica ATH-M50x headphones, you can pick up a pair of smaller (but still excellent) ATH-M30x cans today for just $49 on Amazon.

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Kmashi QC 2.0 Qi Charging Pad, $14 with code ZXOJDOR1
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This is the best price we’ve ever seen on a Quick Charge 2.0-compatible Qi charging pad. Just make sure your phone is compatible.

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Kmashi is also selling a QC 2.0-compatible car charger today for just $8, if you’re interested.

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8-Pack Sugru, $16-$18
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Sugru is right up there with binder clips and the Raspberry Pi in Lifehacker’s pantheon of must-have gear, and you can stock up today with 8-packs from Amazon for just $16-$18 each.

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BBQ Grilling Gloves, $8 with code FHOTNKLM
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With a good set of silicone cooking gloves, you’ll have full finger control when you handle hot pans in the kitchen. Hell, you could use them to just pick up a piece of meat directly off the grill, like some sort of barbecue superhero.

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Two Valeo Wiper Blades, $22. Discount shown at checkout.
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The last month has seen a couple of great wiper blade promotions, but if you haven’t liked the the brands Amazon’s promoted so far, how’s two Valeo frameless blades for $22 sound? This deal applies to every Valeo Ultimate 900-series blade that Amazon sells, some of which go for over $20 by themselves.

All you have to do is add any two blades to your cart (shipped and sold by Amazon), and the total price will be knocked down to $22 at checkout automatically. I can only speak from my own experience, but these are the best blades I’ve ever used, and well worth the money.

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Anker’s kevlar-wrapped PowerLine cables have been an immediate hit with our readers, and you can upgrade your entire microUSB cable collection today with this $11 5-pack. We’ve occasionally seen this set cheaper, but if you’re in the market, it’s a solid deal.

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