Reebok shoes, a smart toothbrush, and an LG smart TV kick off Thursday’s best deals.

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Today only, Amazon’s offering big savings on a handful of well-reviewed Reebok cross-trainer shoes, starting at just $32. There are a few options to choose from for men and women, and all of the shoes have alternate color schemes available if you click through to the product page.


Just note that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning these prices are only available today.

Whether you’re a slow typist, are a carpal tunnel sufferer, or just want to feel like you’re living on the Starship Enterprise, Nuance’s Dragon dictation software can make your voice as powerful as any mouse and keyboard. If you’re curious to try it out, Amazon’s hosting a Gold Box deal today.

Included in the Gold Box deal are the latest versions of Dragon NaturallySpeaking Home and Premium for Windows, as well as Dragon Dictate for Mac, all marked down to the lowest prices Amazon has ever offered. I won’t get into the nitty gritty details here, but each product page has a comprehensive overview of what the software can and can’t do, so head over to Amazon to see if this deal is right for you.


Have you used any of Nuance’s software yourself? Let us know what you think of it in the comments.

If you scurry over to eBay, you can save $310 on the base model (256GB/8GB) Apple MacBook, with no sales tax for most. That’s the best deal we’ve seen on the world’s most drool-worthy laptop.

Vega plant-based supplements are some of the best things you can put in your body, and Amazon’s taking an extra $5 off their protein powders, bars, and more today.

The $5 coupon is valid on ten different Vega items, and will stack with any existing discounts you see on the product pages. Just add your selections to your cart, and you’ll see the final price at checkout.


Vega has a great calorie-to-protein ratio, but the best thing about their shakes is that they aren’t just about protein. Vega’s shakes typically contain six grams of fiber, 3 servings of vegetables, and good amounts of Omega-3, probiotics, vitamins, and illusive potassium. It’s like a protein shake, a multivitamin, and a bunch of bonuses all in one convenient package.

If you’ve been meaning to upgrade to 4K, this 50" Samsung can be yours today for just $639, along with a $30 VUDU credit and a three-month subscription to Rhapsody. Even without the bonuses, that’s about $135 cheaper than Amazon.

Note: You won’t see the final price until checkout.

If you’re in the market for a solid pair of new headphones, BuyDig will sell you a pair of Klipsch X4is for $60, complete with a $30 VUDU movie voucher and a three month subscription to Rhapsody. For reference, these are selling for $89 on Amazon right now, without the extras.

If you own a Brita pitcher, this is the best price Amazon’s ever offered for a 5-pack of advanced replacement filters. In fact, it’s only $4 more than a 3-pack right now. No-brainer.

Uniqlo just kicked off their “Arigato” sale, with solid discounts on a variety of already-affordable clothing staples. For starters, you can pick up jeans for $30, sweaters for $15, or two polo shirts for $30, but be sure to head over to Uniqlo to see all of the available promotions.


Unfortunately, Uniqlo isn’t running a free shipping promotion at the moment, so you’ll need to buy $100 in merchandise to qualify for free shipping. Otherwise, it’s reasonably priced, or you can pick it up at your local store for free.

Delta’s In2ition is your favorite line of shower heads, and you can add one to your own shower for just $20 today, courtesy of Home Depot. Showering is one of those rare things that you (hopefully) do every single day, so if you’re still using the crappy shower head that came with your home or apartment, this is a no-brainer upgrade.

$100 is a very solid price for any top of the line electric toothbrush, and Oral-B’s Pro 7000 SmartSeries add Bluetooth to the mix, just for kicks.

In addition to six different cleaning modes (including one for your tongue), a travel kit, a pressure sensor, and a timer, the Pro 7000 also syncs to an iOS or Android app that tracks your brushing habits and offers personalized feedback.


I know a lot of people are reflexively against the Bluetoothification of everyday household items, and that’s fine. What I’m saying is that even if you never download that app, this is still a fantastic toothbrush at $100. Just be sure to clip the $20 coupon on the page to get the full discount.

I’ve never played Fluxx, but holy crap, the Firefly version has an “I’ll be in my bunk” card that forces you to leave the room for several minutes. Sold.

If you don’t own a pressure cooker, today’s a great day to fix that. Amazon’s knocked the highly-rated Instant Pot IP-DUO50 all the way down to low $93, the best price Amazon’s ever listed.

If you’re worried that you won’t get a ton of use out of this thing, note that in addition to standard pressure cooking, you can also use the Instant Pot as a slow cooker, rice cooker, yogurt maker, steamer, and more.

Orico 40W 5-Port USB Charger, $12 with code 9SE72URJ

If you don’t already have a multi-port USB charger on your desk, by your bed, and everywhere in between, $12 is about as cheap as we ever see them.

With the obvious caveat that it isn’t a 4K set, this 49" LG TV has great reviews, smart apps powered by WebOS 2.0, and an all-time low price tag, today only.

4-Pack Edison-Style LED Bulbs, $24 with code ZJ66WBY5

You know those warm, dim, Edison-style bulbs you see in fancy restaurants and bars staffed by men with mustaches? Well, it turns out that they make LED version of those, and you can own four of them for $24. Just note that these are candelabra-style (E12) bulbs, so they’re designed to fit in small light sockets, not standard lamps.

If you want the genuine incandescent article, Home Depot is running a sale on actual Edison-style bulbs and light fixtures to go with them.

Because we have to get through seven more months of election season, that’s why.

Insignia Kegerators: Single Tap, $310 | Double Tap, $400

If you’ve ever wanted to own a kegerator, today’s the day to make your dreams come true. $310 gets you a standard Insignia model, and $400 adds a second tap handle. The best part: When you take out the kegs, it also ships with a pair of wire shelves to convert it into a standard beverage cooler for your garage.

Mpow Grip Pro 2 CD Slot Mount, $10 with code UU3R3DNJ

Vent-mounted magnets might be the hot new thing in smartphone car holders, but if your CD slot is lying dormant, or if you just don’t want to block a vent, this would also be a great option.

Turata Waterproof Phone Bag, $8 with code 7Q87H7VB

Summer’s just around the corner, and you can protect your smartphone at the beach, in the pool, or on your river rafting trip with this $8 waterproof case. The bag features transparent windows on both sides, meaning you can still operate the touchscreen, and even use the phone as an underwater camera.

Newegg’s back at it again with the PS4 console bundle deals. Today, $369 gets you a PS4 Call of Duty bundle plus a year of PlayStation Plus and a wired headset. Even on sale, you’d expect those bundled extras to cost at least $60, and you’re basically getting them here for $20.

Black + Decker Dust Buster, $41. Discount shown at checkout.

Cordless hand vacs are handy for cleaning the nooks and crannies of your house, but they’re especially great for vacuuming out your car. This 16 volt model from Black & Decker is just $41 today on Amazon, within a couple bucks of an all-time low. Note: The price on the product page shows $51, but you should see an automatic $10 discount at checkout.

If you’re in the market for a new external hard drive, $50 is about as cheap as we ever see 1TB models, and WD’s My Passport Ultra is one of the best.

To put it simply, Apple Watch strap pricing is the most egregious example of the “Apple Tax” I’ve ever seen. Case in point, these knock-off Milanese loop straps will only cost you $16, compared to $150-$200 for Apple’s versions. They’re not a perfect replica, but judging by the review average, they’re damn close.


Note: $16 price is only available on the black and silver models, in both 42 and 38mm sizes.

We’ve seen a lot of deals on motion sensing night lights, but this model from Etekcity is unique in that it can automatically turn on when it detects a power outage, and will even work as a flashlight or portable lantern while untethered from the wall, thanks to its built-in battery backup. Amazon has it listed today for $17, but promo code DJJEFES6 will save you an extra $3.





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