Calvin Klein clothes, Cuisinart grilling gear, and an ergonomic mouse lead off Sunday’s best deals.

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In celebration of Memorial Day weekend, Amazon’s running a massive one-day sale on Calvin Klein apparel today.


Inside, you’ll find hundreds of clothing options for men, women, and kids, all marked down to great low prices. It’s a lot to take in, but you can use the sidebar tools to help you narrow down the options. Just note that like all Gold Box deals, these prices are only available today, and the best stuff could sell out early.

Whether your current mouse is giving you chronic wrist pain, or you just want to try something different, this 4.3 star rated ergonomic vertical mouse is only $15 today. In addition to the clever design, it even comes with three adjustable DPI settings, which is pretty rare at this price level.

Inateck 33W 2-Port USB Car Charger, $8 with code LKB929LS

In addition to two USB ports, this car charger also includes a built in Lightning cable, and you can save $8 today with promo code LKB929LS.

Today only, Amazon’s discounting a few pieces of Cuisinart grilling gear, including burger presses, tools, and even a portable gas grill.

When we see deals on Philips Hue starter kits, they almost always include standard A19 bulbs. But if you’re more interested in BR-30 bulbs for recessed lighting, Woot has you covered today with a refurbished starter kit for $135 shipped. You’ll even get an A19 Hue Lux bulb, which doesn’t change colors, but it can be dimmed and controlled remotely.

Come on, if you own a pool, why wouldn’t you spend $9 on this thing?

X-Chef Barbecue Grilling Gloves, $8 with code DKUQBAU8

Unlike cloth oven mitts, you can use these silicone gloves to handle foods directly when necessary, and since you’ll have the use of all five of your fingers, you should be less prone to dropping your dinner.

DBPower Jump Starters, $27-$62 with code XHXFO8KL

We see deals on car-starting battery packs just about every week, but even by our standards, $27 is a really fantastic starting price (with code XHXFO8KL) for a 300A model. And for owners of larger cars, 400A and 600A versions are also on sale. No matter which one you choose, they all include a DC charger to juice it back up inside your car, and they’re all small enough to fit in your glove box.

This clever little gadget gives fishermen a sonar view down to 135' on their phone (or even on their smart watch) to spot fish, and you can pick one up for just $75 today as part of an Amazon Gold Box deal.

Update: Now up to $20

Iced coffee is a brilliant way to sell people ice for the price of coffee (which is mostly water to begin with). Cold brew on the other hand is a different process that results in less acidity, among other benefits, and you can do it yourself at home with this $19 $20 Takeya.

This versatile USB 3.0 dock is also a tablet or laptop stand, and adds HDMI, USB charging ports, ethernet, and more for just $60 today.

Anker’s PowerCore 10000 is part of your favorite line of USB battery packs, and you can pick one up on Amazon today for just $19, an all-time low. That comes complete with an 18 month warranty and a nice travel pouch, but the real reason to get this thing is the size. If you’ve owned other ~10,000mAh battery packs, you’ll be shocked how small and light this thing is.

We’ve all had to throw away leftovers or cuts of meat and cheese that spent a little too much time in the fridge or freezer, but vacuum sealing your foods can keep them safe from freezer burn pretty much indefinitely, and dramatically extend their shelf life everywhere else.

It sounds like an expensive proposition, but today, Amazon’s selling this well-reviewed FoodSaver Starter Kit for just $60, complete with everything you need to get started. Of course you can use this to store meats in the freezer for a long time, but it can also keep cheese from molding, lettuce from wilting, or cookies from going stale, just for starters. Think about how much food you throw away, and you’ll get a sense of just how quickly this purchase could pay for itself.

Indochino Premium Suits, $375, use promo code KINJA

You voted Indochino your favorite custom clothing company by a wide margin, and today you can dress yourself in one of their premium suits for an exclusive new low price. $375 puts you in a premium suit that typically runs $700-$800, just don’t forget promo code KINJA.

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