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You know those fancy countertop food containers you see in sitcom kitchens and in IKEA set pieces? You know how you wish you had them every time you try to seal a bag of flour with a chip clip? Well chances are, you were looking at OXO Pops, and Macy's has the stainless steel set of five available for $70 shipped today. That's $30 less than Amazon (where they're hardly ever discounted), and $10 less than the previous best price. [OXO Pops Stainless Steel 5-Piece Food Storage Set, $70 with code DEALS]

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Some people just can't get to sleep in a silent room, but luckily, Amazon's #1-selling white noise machine is down to an all-time low $40 today. The LectroFan can pump out 10 non-repeating fan sounds & 10 non-repeating white noise sounds at the volume of your choice, and even runs off USB power so you can place it anywhere. A 60 minute sleep timer also helps cut down on energy usage.

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This is a Gold Box deal, meaning this price is only available today, or until sold out. [ LectroFan White Noise Machine, $40]


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This Pyrex set sold out quickly at $15 a few weeks ago, but now it's back. I got mine in the mail the other day, and I've already thrown out most of my old plastic leftover containers.

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What makes these so great? Unlike plastic, you can put them in the freezer without cracking, the oven without melting, or the microwave without worrying about leaching chemicals. Plus, they just look way classier. Grab a set before it disappears again. [ Pyrex 14-Piece Round Set, $15]


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It's not a cash discount, but Best Buy's GoPro Hero4 Silver Bundle is still one of the better deals we've seen on the popular action camera. $400 gets you the camera (which is what it normally costs anyway), plus a 16GB memory card, a Lowepro case, and a $50 Best Buy gift card. Check out Gizmodo's (excellent) review of the Silver if you're on the fence. [GoPro HERO4 Silver with Case, 16GB Card, $50 Gift Card, $400]

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Amazon's custom-branded Lightning cables are down to new low prices today. You could buy one of each for the same price as an official Apple model!

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Keeping your gadgets charged in the car is essential, especially if your phone is also your GPS and media player. This charger from Omaker has three ports, 33W of power (so it can charge tablets quickly too), and is only $10 today. [Omaker Intelligent 6.6A / 33W Premium Aluminum 3 USB Car Charger, $10 with code OMAKER88]

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If you haven't upgraded your home's network to 802.11ac yet, Apple's AirPort Extreme is one of the easiest ways to make the leap. There are faster routers, and ones with more configuration options and ports, but none are as dead simple to set up and maintain as Apple's.

Apple has refurbished models available for $129 right now, which is $70 less than MSRP, and $56 less than Amazon (where it has a 4.6 star review average). If you want to use the router as a time machine backup target as well, you can opt for the 2TB time capsule for $200, or the 3TB model for $300, both of which are $100 off MSRP.

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The compact Ninja Master Prep Professional is one of the more versatile kitchen gadgets you can own, and its back down to an all-time low $40 today on Amazon.

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Want to mix up a frozen smoothie? Chop some onions? Puree a few tomatoes? The Ninja is designed for all of that, and includes three different-sized jars and blade sets to handle your disparate kitchen duties. You can't say that about most blenders.

Despite the low price, the Ninja has a stellar 4.5 star review average on Amazon, which would be impressive for any inexpensive blender, let alone one as versatile as this. We've seen it drop to $40 a few times in the past, but it tends to jump back to the $50-$60 range fairly quickly, so act fast. [Ninja Master Prep Professional, $40]

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A Brita pitcher is basically mandatory kitchen gear for anyone who likes clean water, or even just really cold water. Amazon's taking an extra $2 off a variety of models today, on top of any other discounts. Your final price will be calculated at checkout. [Extra $2 off Select Brita Water Pitchers]


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Everyone should own a couple of good LED flashlights, and this OxyLED model is one of the best. Its head can move up and down to focus the beam, it can take either a rechargeable battery or standard AAAs, and it's even IPX-6 waterproof. But you don't have to take my word for it, here's what Kinja user My_Third_Burner had to say:

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This flashlight is the greatest one ever for the price. I own two of them, and I am extremely happy. If you're considering a new light, this is your go-to.

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[OxyLED MD50 Cree 500 Lumen Bright LED Flashlight, $15 with code 54FLOFF5]


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These might cost a little more than most desk lamps you're familiar with, but they look more like they came from the MOMA than the back-to-school clearance section of Walmart. Promo code BETTER21 takes $20 off of either today.

OxyLED Q1 Dimmable LED Desk Lamp ($40) | Amazon | Promo code T10Q120F. Really unique design.

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OxyLED T10 7-Level Touch / Sliding Sensitive Control Dimmer, Eye-care LED Desk Lamp ($50) | Amazon | Promo code T10Q120F

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Another of Charlie Jane Anders' best science fiction and fantasy books of 2014 is down to a new price low on Kindle. Here's what you can expect:

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Paull uses real science about bees to illuminate her novel from the point of view of bees inside a hive — drawing on the fact that drones do no work, and males are massacred every year, and princesses must seek each other out and fight to the death. She uses this potent material to weave a Beatrix Potter story for adults, in which her misfit bee protagonist, Flora, allows her to comment on our own irrational divisions of labor. The whole thing builds to a powerful, moving conclusion that pays off.

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[The Bees (Kindle), $2]


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Napoleon Dynamite has a 10th anniversary Blu-ray. Does that make you feel old? Now consider that it came out over a year ago. Ugh. [Napoleon Dynamite: 10th Anniversary, $10]

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Today only, Amazon's taking 40% off several styles of Merrell shoes for men and women, including several that come in multiple colors. Be sure to grab yourself a pair before your size sells out. [Today Only - 40% Off Select Merrell Shoes at Amazon]


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If you take your PC gaming seriously, you need a mouse that can keep up with you. The Logitech G502 should fit the bill, and it's down to an all-time low price today on Amazon.

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The marquee spec here is the DPI range of 200-12,000, adjustable on the fly. There are also five easily movable and removable weights, and 11 customizable buttons, along with the classic Logitech dual-mode scroll wheel. Mechanical microswitches and a braided cable are also nice touches. [ Logitech G502, $59]


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128GB MicroSD cards have been out for over a year now, but this is the first time we've seen one hit $70. [PNY High Performance 128GB MicroSDXC Flash Memory Card, $70]

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I keep posting Timbuk2 backpack deals, and they keep selling out within hours. I'll simply say that they come with a lifetime warranty, they look great, and that I don't think I'll ever buy another brand of backpack again. [Timbuk2 Parkside Backpack, $25 with code EMCARAP58]

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Slow cookers are just the best. I have a pot of tortilla soup cooking in mine right now, and not only does the whole house smell incredible, I also don't have to worry about cooking tonight. If you don't own one, or just want a bigger model, Amazon's got the well-reviewed Hamilton Beach 8-quart version for an all-time low $25 today after clipping a coupon. [Hamilton Beach 8-Quart Slow Cooker, $25 after $2 coupon]

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The Crucial M500 SSD is a generation old, but it's still going to feel really fast if you're upgrading your rig from a spinning hard drive. But not only is it good, it's actually the first ~1TB drive we've seen break the $300 threshold. If you want it, I suggest you act fast. [Crucial M500 960GB SSD, $290. Also $300 on Amazon]

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Own an Xbox? Stock up on store credit while it's discounted. The best deal here is actually $50 in credit (in the form of three $15 gift cards plus a $5 bonus) for $41, but that one's available for in-store pickup only. [10% off Xbox Credit]

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