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The Best Deals for February 3, 2015

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The deals are coming fast and furious today. Enjoy!

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Today only, Amazon's shaved the price of the Philips Norelco beard trimer down to $45, an all-time low. In addition to self-sharpening blades and 17 (!) length settings, this trimmer projects freaking laser beams to help you trim more precisely. Lasers! [Philips Norelco BT9285/41 9100 Beard Trimmer, $45]

Or, you could spend $15 on the far simpler Wahl Groomsman trimmer. It only has six length settings, and no laser beams. [Wahl Groomsman Beard and Mustache Trimmer, $15]

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It never hurts to have some extra memory cards lying around, especially really fast ones.

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We love rechargeable batteries, and if you have a collection of various sizes, technologies, and manufacturers, this Nitecore universal charger can probably charge all of them. A different Nitecore was one of your five favorite chargers as well. [NiteCore-i2-V2014 I2 Universal Intelligent Battery Charger, $12]

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Here are three highly-rated Bluetooth speakers to fit any budget.

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Everyone could use more USB ports, so we've found two deals on 7-port USB hubs. The more-expensive LOFTEK hub includes two extra ports that are only for charging as well.

LOFTEK Inet SV720 High-Speed USB 3.0 7 Port Hub + 2 USB Charging Ports ($25) | Amazon | Promo code TLRQ6KJA

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Mpow 7 Port USB 3.0 Hub ($17) | Amazon | Use code LHUFQ4MQ


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Here are two great deals on gaming mice, one fairly high-end, the other inexpensive, but well-reviewed.

Corsair Gaming SABRE RGB 8200 DPI Laser Gaming Mouse ($60) | Amazon

Perixx MX-2000IIB Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse ($25) | Amazon

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The only space heater/air circulator that you won't want to hide is heavily discounted today on Best Buy. [Dyson - AM05 Hot + Cool Fan Heater, $250]


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You know those fruit-infused ice water dispensers you see in hotel lobbies and frozen yogurt shops? This $7 bottle is basically that, except portable. It looks equally great for toting to the office or taking on a hike, and at this price, you could have one for each. [Basily Infuser Water Bottle Made, $7 with code BCKZ435M]

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If you haven't given up on your New Year's resolution yet, Amazon is offering all-time low prices on a few Bowflex home gyms, today only.

Update: Sold Out

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Or if you're pressed for time, switch to a treadmill desk for about $200 less than usual. [LifeSpan TR800-DT5 Desktop Treadmill, $1099]

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If your car isn't endowed with a rearview camera, you can add one yourself on the cheap today.

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If you need a screen to go with it, this one is built into a rearview mirror, and only costs $22.

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If this radar detector saves you from just one speeding ticket, it'll have already paid for itself. [Cobra XRS9370 High-Performance Radar/Laser Detector with 360-Degree Protection, $58]


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You know nothing (if you miss out on this deal) Jon Snow. [Funko Legacy Action: GOT - Jon Snow, $10]


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Sennheiser's HD 558 headphones have terrific reviews, and typically sell between $120 and $180. Right now though, they're only $90, which is $10 less than the previous all-time low price. These won't be around long. [Sennheiser HD 558 Headphones, $90]

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Newegg is coming strong with the preorder deals yet again. Today you can save $7 on the upcoming Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, which is almost certainly the best preorder price we'll see. On the fence? Here are your questions, answered.


As you can see above, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is looking really good, and you can save $7 on your preorder today.

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This isn't a deal per se, but The Order: 1886 Collector's Edition is back in stock for preorders. It probably won't stay that way long. [Preorder The Order: 1886 Collector's Edition, $80]


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Humble's latest bundle offers nine (and counting) Star Wars games for the price of your choosing, with the top tier games coming in at $12. May the (deals) Force be with you. [Humble Bundle]

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