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Stop Swiffering and pick up this highly-rated Hoover Lynx stick vac for just $100 on Amazon, today only. The Lynx is small enough to maneuver around a small apartment, and operates via included 18V battery, so you won’t get tangled in a cord. Just note that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning this price is only available today, or until sold out. [Hoover Linx Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner, $100]

Today only, Amazon’s blowing out a ton of popular Logitech computing gear as part of a Gold Box promotion. Everything you see is at or near its all-time low price, but the prices will expire at midnight PT, and a lot of the most popular gear will likely sell out early.


My favorites include the $55 MINI BOOM, which is the little brother of Gizmodo’s favorite Bluetooth speaker, The MX800 combo, which includes the insanely popular Performance Mouse MX and K800 keyboard for just $105, and the 5.1 channel Z906 speaker system. The full list though is below, so be sure to grab your favorites before they’re gone. [Amazon]

The Contigo Autoseal dominated your voting for best travel mug, and Amazon’s selling a 2-pack of them today for just $29, matching an all-time low. These mugs typically sell for around $20-$25 each, so if you want to share one with someone else, or just want to establish a dishwasher rotation so you’re never short a mug, this is a fantastic price. [Contigo Autoseal West Loop 2-Pack, $29]

If you take this Chipotle quiz today, and enter your phone number when you’re done, they’ll text you a BOGO entree coupon for free, while supplies last. Seriously, just hit random buttons for 15 seconds and you’re done. [BOGO Free Entree at Chipotle for Playing the Friend or Faux? Game]

Your favorite ultra-cheap battery pack is back down to its all-time low price. [KMASHI 10,000mAh Dual USB Portable External Extended Battery Pack, $9 with code JAK3JCUV]

Motorola’s updated (but still absurdly tiny) Hint Bluetooth headset just went on sale, but if you’d rather save some cash, the original model’s price has been slashed to $80 on Motorola’s site. [Motorola Hint, $80]

$8 Lightning cables aren’t unusual around these parts, but this one is built into a retractable spool, meaning it’ll never get tangled in your bag. [Griffin Retractable Lightning Cable, $8]

Hammocks have surprisingly been some of the most popular deals we’ve posted this year, and this one is only $17 today after code T8KDDZY8. It doesn’t come with a stand, but as long as you can find two trees close together and a cheap set of tree straps, it should get the job done. [Travel Camping Hammock, $17 after code T8KDDZY8]

It seems like everyone these days has their own podcast, and if you’re hoping to start your own, the excellent Blue Snowball is only $40 today on Newegg. That’s about $10-$20 less than usual. [Blue Snowball Microphone, $40]

This great looking spice/herb grinder is made of zinc alloy, and even has a magnetic lid to prevent spillage. Add in its 4.9 star review average, and it certainly seems like a steal at $10. [KingTop Zinc Alloy Herb Grinder, $12 with code RBTJWAPE]

We’ve seen a lot of deals lately on Qualcomm-certified quick chargers lately, but this one is part of a handy five-port charging hub, which should be infinitely more useful than a single-port wall wart. Only one of the ports is a quick charger, but the rest will be fine for your other devices. [Aukey Quick Charge 2.0 54W 5 Ports USB Desktop Charging Station, $22 with code YVPL8X7O]

If you aren’t familiar, Qualcomm Quick Charging technology is built into a number of popular Android phones, and allows you to charge the battery from 0-60% in just 30 minutes when using a compatible charger.

If you want a Big Green Egg charcoal grill, but don’t want to cash in your 401(k) to buy one, this Char-Griller alternative is down to an all-time low $259 today, and a great investment for meat lovers everywhere.

The Char-Griller Akorn Kamado Kooker features a 314 square inch cast iron cooking surface (which is most similar to the $829 large Big Green Egg), and traps heat inside a heavily-insulated stainless steel body. Our deal researcher, Corey, owns a BGE, and I asked him about it on Slack:

And I use my BGE for about 70% of meat meals.

Probably 90% during the warm months.

Best Father’s Day gift I’ll ever get.

Lana jokes that she’s the one who benefits most because I cook on it all the time.

Worth the price just for its ability to cook pizza, IMO.

But pork chops, lions, tenderloin are beyond incredible on it.

Obviously, this isn’t the “real thing,” but the consensus among reviewers is that it’s at least nearly as good, which sounds like a decent compromise considering it’s less than 1/3 of the price, and comes with an included cart which you’d need to buy separately with the Egg. [Char-Griller Akorn Kamado Kooker 22 in. Charcoal Grill, $259]

Live near a 76 gas station? This deal is basically 3-4 free gallons of gas. [$100 76 Gasoline Gift Card, $90]

This electric camping lantern can fold down, accordion style, into a compact flashlight that will barely take up any room in your bag. Pretty neat considering it’s just $8. [TaoTronics Camping Lantern / Collapsible Flashlight, $8]

The 38” model of one of your favorite sound bars is only $150 shipped today from eBay, if you don’t mind a refurb. We’ve seen this deal a few times in recent weeks, but if you haven’t taken advantage yet, I really can’t speak highly enough of it.

While the “bar” itself is great, what really makes this system special is its wireless subwoofer and satellite speakers, giving you true 5.1 surround sound at an incredibly cheap price, and with no A/V receiver required. Basically, the subwoofer sits in the back of your viewing room, and the rear satellite speakers hook into that, rather than a receiver below your TV. So the setup isn’t entirely wireless, but it does eliminate the need to run a wire from your TV to the back of the room, which is usually more than half the battle. I purchased this exact system a couple months ago, and I can’t believe how great it sounds, or how easy it was to set up.


The VIZIO 3851w normally sells for $200 refurbished, or over $230 new, and has great reviews no matter where you look. [Refurb Vizio 3851w-D4 5.1 Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer, $150]

This unique kitchen measuring cup doubles as a kitchen scale, so you can work seamlessly with both volume and weight-based recipes. [Etekcity Handy 11lb/5kg Digital Multifunction Kitchen Cup Scale, $14 with code DMFCP5FF]

If you’re pressed for kitchen space, Cuisinart’s popular Griddler is actually a griddle, a contact grill, and a panini press all rolled into one compact package. It normally sells for about $85-$100 new, but today on eBay, you can get a refurb for just $46. I bought one for $85 a few months ago, and I love the thing. [Refurb Cuisinart GR-4N 5-in-1 Griddler, $46]

Plus, you can pick up some waffle iron plates to give it even more versatility.

One can never have too many USB charging ports, and today, you can save big on popular hubs from Anker.

Anker 36W/4-Port USB Wall Charger ($16) | Amazon | Promo code ANK20OFF

Anker 40W/5-Port USB Desktop Charger ($19) | Amazon | Promo code ANK1899S

Anker 60W/6-Port USB Desktop Charger ($27) | Amazon | Promo code ANK2699S

It might not have been Inception, but Interstellar was still a visual masterpiece, and a surprisingly adequate showcase for realistic science. $10 is the best price we’ve ever seen for its Blu-ray. [Interstellar, $10]





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