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Today's Best Deals: Inflatable Lounger, Apple Watch, 30% off Baby Gear, and More

Inflatable loungers, 30% off baby gear, and the original Apple Watch lead off Friday’s best deals.

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Twisted Root Inflatable Hammock, $40. Multiple colors available.
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Just because you’re outdoors and/or floating on a body of water doesn’t mean you can’t have something comfortable to sit on. This $40 inflatable blob might stretch the definition of “hammock,” but it certainly beats sitting in the dirt. This particular model includes a water bottle holder, three side pockets, and a stake to hold it in place.

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Here’s my boss trying to inflate one in the office.


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Apple just released a new Apple Watch with GPS and better water resistance, and took the rare step of adding a faster processor to the original model as well. If you don’t think you need the extra speed though, Best Buy’s liquidating the original models for $189 (38mm) and $219 (42mm) today.

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For comparison’s sake, the “new” Apple Watch Series 1, which again is identical in every way except the processor, will sell for $269-$299, so this represents a pretty significant discount.


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Babies are expensive, but Prime Members can save some money with Amazon’s 30% off sale on baby clothing, gear, and more. It’s kind of insane how much baby stuff is marked down to incredibly low prices.

Note: Discount shown at checkout


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ExOfficio’s Give-N-Go boxer briefs were a finalist in our recent best men’s underwear Co-Op, and our readers have gone on to purchase over 20,000 pairs since. They drop down to $15 with some regularity, but rarely any lower, so it’s a good day to stock up. That’s still pricey for a single pair of underwear, but reviewers say it’s worth it.

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Note: This deal only seems to be available in white. Charcoal seems to have some sizes at a few cents more.

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BUNN’s Velocity Brew is one of your favorite automatic coffee makers, so this $77 deal on the glass carafe version ought to perk you up. That’s an all-time low, and a solid discount from its usual $90-$100.

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Cottonelle Ultra ComfortCare 36 Rolls, $16 with Subscribe & Save and 20% coupon.
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Cottonelle Ultra ComfortCare is one of your three favorite toilet papers, and Amazon is selling 36 rolls for $16 today, for Prime members only. Just note the 20% coupon is only available when you use Subscribe & Save (you can cancel after your first deliver), and you won’t see the discount until checkout.

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I know summer’s basically over, but much of the country is still baking in 90 degree heat. If your office isn’t quite as brisk as you’d like, this USB-powered desk fan can great a personal breeze.

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Bfun Packing Cube Set, $12 with code J59UFJLY
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Packing cubes can make organizing clothes and toiletries for your next trip a little less hellish, and this set includes three cubes and three laundry bags, all for $12 with code J59UFJLY. Even not counting the bags, that’s one of the best price-per-cube deals we’ve ever seen.

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20% off all local offers, promo code SALE3
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Today only, Groupon is taking an extra 20% off all local offers with promo code SALE3, up to a maximum $50 discount. That includes everything from restaurants to oil changes in the city of your choice.


Just watch the video above, and try not to spend $7 on this (with code GOPUTTY3). I dare you.

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Note: I couldn’t find a video of this exact brand of space putty, but they’re all basically identical.

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While you’re at it, you can buy a whole box of those little magnetic cubes for $15 too.

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Aukey Surge Protector, $29 with code AU8POWER
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Holy moly, this surge protector has everything. You get eight AC outlets, five 2.4A USB ports, and even a Quick Charge 3.0 port. I can’t imagine a better combination to sit behind your desk at work.

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We’ve seen a lot of deals on the original Moto 360, but if you were holding out for the 2015 model, you can grab a refurb today for $150.

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You probably looked at that image up there and laughed. But let me tell you, there’s nothing funny about using the bathroom in the middle of the night and having to turn on an overhead light to see where you’re going. Because as soon as you hit that switch, you know you’re not getting back to sleep for another hour.

GlowBowl fits on just about any toilet, is motion activated, and can even output seven different colors of light. Most importantly though, it won’t wreak havoc on your circadian rhythms. It normally sells for $20, and is worth every penny, but you can pick one up from Amazon right now for $11, the best price we’ve seen by $4.

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Melon Slicer Set, $8 with code DYHMGPYC
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I don’t care that it’s after Labor Day; I’ll keep buying watermelons as long as the store keeps selling them. This $8 set from X-Chef includes two different ways to serve your red cutie; a melon baller, and a carving knife. Just use code DYHMGPYC at checkout to get the deal.

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3M Headlight Restoration Kit, $4 with Subscribe & Save and $5 rebate
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Amazon’s currently listing 3M’s popular headlight restoration kit for $9 with Subscribe & Save, but you can save an additional $5 with a mail-in rebate, bringing the effective price down to just $4. Even if your headlights aren’t cloudy right now, you should take advantage of this deal to use later. I can tell you from personal experience that it really does work well.

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Ugreen Air Vent Mount, $6 with code T2BABVVB | 2-Pack Mpow Magnetic Vent Mounts, $7 with code D6GCJ2VT
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No matter how you like to mount your phone in the car, you can find a good deal on Amazon today. The 2-pack of Mpow magnetic vent mounts is probably the way to go for most people—you could keep the second in a travel bag for use in rental cars—but if you don’t like magnets, or blocking vents, there are other options available for you.

Update: The Aukey dash mount has sold out.

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Whiskey Stones, $15 with code T5BOME72
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Whiskey stones can keep your drink cool without watering it down like ice, and this stainless steel set from TaoTronics is on sale for $15 today, including a tray and a tiny set of tongs. <Clink>

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This deal pairs particularly well with this $4 4-pack of stainless steel drinking straws.

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Adidas makes some pretty awesome looking running shoes. So, if you’ve been eyeing a pair but haven’t pulled the trigger, Nordstrom Rack is having a huge sale on men’s and women’s Adidas shoes and accessories. Grab a new pair of sneaks, socks, and a gym bag for a fraction of the retail price.


50% off Work Essentials
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It’s time to milk fast-fashion retailer H&M for all it’s worth. With 50% off work essentials for men and women, premium quality and higher-end pieces are marked down to help you look snazzy for your job. Think blazers, leather derby shoes, messenger bags, and more. It’ll be easy to look good and feel good with how much money you’ll save.


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Fitbit’s Alta is one of the first fitness trackers that actually looks nice on your wrist, owing largely to its fashionable interchangeable bands, and you can pick one up on eBay for $100 brand new right now. That’s the best price we’ve ever seen by about $20.

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Preorder PlayStation 4 Pro 1TB, $400
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The new PS4 Pro may be supply constrained at launch, and it may not. But if you preorder, you won’t be charged until it ships, so there’s no harm in locking in an order now.

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Now that the PS4 Slim is officially out in the open, retailers are clearing out their old inventory with some of the best deals we’ve seen on the rarely-discounted console.

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For example, Newegg will sell you a PS4 Call of Duty Bundle for $300, the same price as the Slim, and toss in a year of PlayStation Plus (soon to be worth $60) for free. If the size of the original model doesn’t overtly offend you, that’s a pretty good incentive.


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The iPhone 7 has slightly better battery life, but you’ll still want to keep plenty of charging cables around.

Anker’s kevlar-wrapped PowerLine cords are our readers’ favorite brand of Lightning cable, and you can get three for $20 right now. This three-pack typically costs $24, and buying three of them separately would usually cost $27. Not bad considering Apple’s charges $19 for just one of its inferior cables.

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Aukey QC 3.0 Wall Charger, $8 with code SZBX8Z39
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It seems that basic USB chargers with Quick Charge 3.0 are finally starting to crack the $10 barrier, so if you own a supported phone, stock up and enjoy that sweet, sweet amperage.

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The 750 EVO is Samsung’s first foray into the entry-level SSD market, and the largest 250GB model is on sale today for just $63 from Newegg’s eBay storefront.

The 750 EVO offers performance fairly close to the 850 EVO, though it’s optimized for somewhat less strenuous workflows, according to Anandtech. Still, if your machine is still running on a old-school spinning hard drive, this would be a massive upgrade for a relatively small price. It would also be a fine option for building your own external SSD.

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RAVPower Qi Charging Pad, $7 with code T3ZF7MZP
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If your phone supports Qi wireless charging, $7 is the one of the best prices we’ve ever seen for a charging pad. I recommend stocking up, and scattering these all around your home and office. Just use promo code T3ZF7MZP at checkout to get the discount.


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So, uh, do you suddenly find yourself in need of some wireless headphones? Mpow’s Seashell earbuds are just $13 today with promo code MVDC6Q2F. Even at that price, they’ll even last for seven hours on a charge, or two hours longer than Apple’s new $159 AirPods.

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Kohree 40' String Light Set, $9 with code ZZP6GB8P | TaoTronics 33' Remote String Light Set, $14 with code 8IZ7YVHB
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String lights are so hot right now (but not literally, because they’re LED), and you can choose from two different strands today starting at $9.

The cheaper model from Kohree is your basic 40' copper light strand, while the $14 TaoTronics model is slightly shorter, but includes a remote and 10 different dimming levels.

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In case you really couldn’t be bothered to tie your own damn shoes, use the code LCIZPXC6 and get basically any color of elastic shoelaces for just $6. Make any sneaker a slip on, because your time is obviously worth more than wasting it doing bunny ears with actual shoelaces.

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Anker PowerCore Slim, $17 with code 7IPHONEZ
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Much like the previously mentioned Jackery Air, Anker’s new PowerCore Slim battery mimics the size and shape of a smartphone to minimize the amount of room it takes up in your pocket. Unlike the Jackery, this doesn’t come with a Lightning cable, but it is larger at 5,000mAh compared to 3,000, and cheaper too. And of course, Anker PowerCore is your favorite line of battery packs as well.

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