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While today’s USB battery pack deals aren’t the cheapest we’ve seen on a price-per-mAh basis, they are some of the most well-made in the industry.


First up, Anker’s newly released PowerCore 10000 is marked down to an all-time low $18. The PowerCore line is a reader favorite, and Anker claims that this is the smallest and lightest 10,000mAh battery pack on the market. Unless you’re wearing very skinny jeans, it could definitely fit in your pocket. [Anker PowerCore 10000, $18 with code SND22GN6]

Next up, Amazon’s offering RAVPower’s 16,750mAh model for $24 as a Gold Box deal of the day. While not as nice looking as the Anker, this battery has a jaw-dropping 7,000+ Amazon reviews, with a stellar 4.7 star average. If you need to charge multiple devices during a long trip or power outage, this is a great option. [RAVPower 16,750mAh Battery Pack, $24]

You can get cheap Lightning cables just about anywhere, but if only the best will do, you should give Anker’s PowerLine models a look.


These cables are built with kevlar fiber and feature reinforced stress points, which means they can last 5 times longer than typical cables. I own a couple of these, and while I can’t yet speak to how long long they actually last, I can say that they just feel extremely well made. Weighty, solid, premium. In fact, I just bought three more to replace my most used & abused Lightning cables on my night stand and in my car.

Today on Amazon, you can buy three for $22, which averages out to about the regular price you’d expect to pay for a standard third party Lightning cable. With a near-perfect 4.8 star review average, I’d say they’re worth every penny.

[3x Anker PowerLine Lightning Cables, add three to cart and use code OC4PW6QE. White and Space Grey only]

Keurig coffee doesn’t have to be expensive and terrible for the environment; with a reusable cup, you can buy any beans you want, and still enjoy that addictive one-button convenience.


Today on Amazon, if you buy an Ekobrew reusable K-Cup, you can get a pack of 100 optional paper filters, and 10 cleaning tablets to go with it for free. Just add all three items to your cart, and you’ll see the discounts at checkout. [Ekobrew Refillable K-Cup + Paper Filters + Cleaning Tablets, $10. Add all three to cart, discount shown at checkout]

This PS4 deal isn’t really a discount; you’ll actually pay $20 more than you would for a standard console bundle, but in return, you’ll start your library off with Star Wars Battlefront, The Uncharted Collection, and Call of Duty: Black Ops III. [PS4 Battlefront Bundle + Uncharted Collection + Black Ops III, $370]

In the TV world, Hisense wouldn’t be considered a top tier brand, but this 55" 4K set actually has really great user reviews, and at $650 with a four year warranty, it might just be worth picking up. [Hisense 55" 4K TV, $650]

Olympus’ original OM-D E-M5 has been replaced with a Mark II version, but the original still holds up well with 5-axis image stabilization, an OLED touchscreen, and an electronic viewfinder that refreshes at 120 FPS. You could do a whole lot worse for under $400. [Olympus OM-D E-M5 Body, $379]

You’ll need some lenses to go with it, so might I suggest this compact pancake lens, and this incredibly affordable telephoto?

Razer somehow managed to fit a powerful gaming rig into a laptop that’s as thin and well built as a MacBook Pro, and you can save $200 on yours during this rare sale.


Both of these models come with a ridiculous 3200x1800 14" display, quad core i7 processors, 16GB of RAM, Windows 10, and a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M GPU. The only difference is the size of the built-in SSD, and the 512GB price premium is admittedly pretty steep. You can replace it yourself, but from what I can tell, it will void the warranty. [Razer Blade 14" QHD+ Touchscreen Gaming Laptop 256GB, $2200. Also available with 512GB for $2500]

Roku streaming boxes are some of the most popular items we’ve ever listed, and their most miniature model is back down to within a few bucks of the best price we’ve ever seen today, if you don’t mind buying a refurb. [Refurb Roku Streaming Stick, $30]

You probably wouldn’t want to use this keyboard and mouse combo with your main computer, but for a secondary machine, or a home theater PC, it’ll get the job done for $20. [Logitech Wireless Combo MK270 with Keyboard and Mouse, $20]

If your car takes synthetic oil, and you like to change it yourself, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better deal than $28 for six quarts of Mobil 1 5W-30, complete with Prime shipping. [Mobil 1 94001 5W-30 Synthetic Motor Oil - 1 Quart (Pack of 6), $28]

These pretentious-but-handy chalkboard labels have been a hit among our readers, and you can get a pack of 48 today for just $6. Just note that while regular chalk will work on these labels, these erasable chalk markers will probably look best. [Attmu 48 Labels Chalkboard Labels, Chalkboard Stickers, 8 Styles X 6 Sets, 3.5 X 2 Inches, Black, $6 with code Y4R63P6E]

Closet feeling a little bare? Amazon’s running some great deals on jeans, jackets, hats, and a lot more from Carhartt and Levi’s.

While new Spotify Premium members can still get a free Chromecast for buying three months of service, here’s an alternative deal if you can’t take advantage.

For a limited time, Target is giving out $10 gift cards with your purchase of either a Chromecast or a Chromecast Audio today. Plus, Google will throw in 90 days of unlimited music and a month of Sling TV for free. [Chromecast/Chromecast Audio, $35 + $10 Target]

If you own a GoPro, or another action cam with compatible mounts, this $19 accessory kit has everything you need to capture a highlight reel of your exciting life. [MCOCEAN 7 in 1 Accessories Kit Set for GoPro Hero 4 Hero 3+ Hero 3 2 Go Pro Hero Camera, $19]

Everyone likes a little candlelight every now and then, but if you don’t want to keep buying new candles (or houses after you burn yours down), this 6-pack of flameless alternatives is just $13 today. [Realistic Battery-Powered Flameless Pillar Candles - 6 Pack, $13 with code GLRGWA7S]

Update: Sold out

While it lacks the name recognition of Waterpik, our deal researcher Corey can vouch for this water flosser:

I own it and it is powerful enough to draw gum-blood on setting 10.

I can’t imagine a stronger endorsement. [Sterline Counter Top Water Flosser Kit, $30 with code NAJNKX7I]

If your tap water is running black, I can’t help you, but otherwise, these discounted filters can remove chlorine, mercury, and yes, even lead (in the case of the Culligan faucet filter).

Culligan FM-25 Faucet Mount Filter ($19) | Amazon

PUR 7 Cup Ultimate Pitcher with LED Indicator ($20) | Amazon

We see deals on these versatile, battery-powered LED flood lights on Amazon from time to time, but rarely for less than $30. So if you’ve thought about it before, but haven’t pulled the trigger, could you be tempted for $18? [10W Rechargeable LED Work Light Portable Cordless Flood Light, $18]

Not only do these cheap, color-changing oil diffusers make a room smell nice, they actually humidify it too. Just don’t forget to pick up some essential oils to go with it.

E-PRANCE 100ml Aroma Essential Oil Diffuser ($20) | Amazon | Use code 89XK2XY2

MIU COLOR 500ml Aromatherapy Essential Oils Diffuser ($29) | Amazon | Use code O7KBTF9H

Corsair’s K-series mechanical keyboards are some of your favorites for gaming, and for general use as well, and the Cherry MX Blue model of the popular K70 is down to an all-time low $100 on Amazon right now.

This Corsair K70's clicky Cherry MX Blue switches are great for touch typists, its aluminum chassis lends it a premium feel, and its key-by-key customizable backlighting is just plain cool. For $100, you really can’t go wrong here. [Corsair K70 Mechanical Keyboard, $100]

Fitness trackers can help you ward off winter weight gain, but if you don’t want to commit to wearing a bracelet every day, the clip-on Fitbit One is is a great alternative.

In addition to steps, the Fitbit One will monitor calories burned, stairs climbed, and distance traveled, and you can even configure it as a silent, vibrating alarm clock so you don’t have to disturb your sleeping partner. If that sounds like an appealing package, you can grab one on eBay today for $60, one of the best deals we’ve ever seen. [Fitbit One, $60]

Hopefully you never need this Wi-Fi connected water sensor, but if my house were ever to flood while I was away, I’d certainly be grateful to get that push notification. [D-Link Wi-Fi Water Sensor, $38. Clip the $15 coupon]

Amazon’s in-house magnetic earbuds are actually pretty great, not to mention one of the most popular items we’ve ever posted. They most frequently sell for around $19, but right now, you can get a pair for $15. They’ve been cheaper on a few rare occasions, but this is still a solid price if you’re sick of tangled wires. [Amazon Premium Earbuds, $15]

Today on Amazon, we’ve got two great deals to help you repurpose your old hard drives and SSDs.


First up, this 2.5" enclosure can turn your old internal storage devices into handy external drives, and it even includes a built-in USB hub for added connectivity. [Inateck 3 Ports USB 3.0 Hub with 2.5 Inch USB 3.0 Hard Drive Disk Enclosure, $22 with code 9SVX3FGR]

Next, this dual bay dock can accept 2.5" and 3.5" drives, and even clone them without the use of a computer. [Dual Bay USB3.0 Hard Drive Docking Station with Clone Function [2 x 6TB support], $28 with code DWKYJTOW]

Microfiber cloths are great for cleaning your face, wiping down your TV, drying your car, and a lot more, and you can stock up with a 24-pack of AmazonBasics cloths for just $13 today. [AmazonBasics Microfiber Cleaning Cloths, 24 Pack, $13]

Aukey’s excellent, minimalist, universal magnetic smartphone vent mount is back down to $5 today. [Aukey Magnetic Car Mount, $5 with code WMFF7SSU]

These ridiculously cheap mounts are among the most popular products we’ve ever listed, and carry both Lifehacker Editorial and Lifehacker Hive Five recommendations.

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Your favorite USB car charger just happens to be the smallest one you can buy, and you can grab it on Amazon for an all-time low price today. [Aukey Dual-Port Car Charger, $6 with code JZMYBJHC]

If you want a Quick Charge 2.0 port, this bulkier Inateck model has you covered for $2 more. [Inateck Quick Charge 2.0 30W 3-port USB Car Charger, $8 with code 4HJ84XLE]

If you didn’t get a life-changing wake-up light for Christmas, the high-end model is down to $98 today, which is the first time we’ve ever seen it dip below $100. I don’t know how I’d function without mine. [Philips HF3520 Wake-Up Light, $98. Clip the $20 on-screen coupon.]

For $9, you can own a real life book safe, just like the movies. The best part is that nobody will stumble upon it by mistake, because nobody actually uses printed dictionaries anymore. [Trademark Home Dictionary Diversion Metal Book Safe with Key Lock, $9]

Full disclosure, I don’t know if TENS (Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) massagers actually do anything useful. I use one occasionally after playing tennis, and I think it helps reduce muscle pain, but it could be a placebo effect! In any event, this is not a medical endorsement, simply a deal post, and this is about as cheap as you’ll ever see one of these things. [Magicfly Massage Handheld Electronic Pulse with Tens Unit Massager Therapy, $19 with code 38DBAWZI]





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