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Netgear’s new Arlo home security system is a lot like Nest Cam, except the cameras can run off battery power, so you really can stick them anywhere. If that sounds like something you’re looking for, Amazon will sell you a 5-camera starter kit for $500, today only.

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Until today, this set has only ever sold it for $625 on Amazon, so be sure to lock in your order before the price shoots back up. [Arlo Smart Home Security 5 Camera System, $500]


This isn’t the first time Amazon’s had a sale like this, but if your car’s wiper blades are a little worn down, you can replace them both for just $22 today.

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All you have to do is add any two Valeo frameless wiper blades (shipped and sold by Amazon) to your cart, and their total price will automatically drop to $22 at checkout. If you can’t remember what sizes your car requires, Amazon has a built-in tool at the top of the page to filter the options. [Buy Any Two Valeo Wiper Blades For $22]

Note: The promotion page says this deal ended on November 30, but it still seems to be working fine.


Just in time for the holidays, Amazon’s discounting a huge collection of Razor scooters and ride-ons, ranging from $20 basic scooter to a $67 electric model all the way to an honest-to-goodness electric go-kart for $154. That’s just scratching the surface though, so scoot on over to Amazon to see the full list. [Razor Scooter Sale]


Update: Amazon’s sold out, but third party seller Battery Superstore has it for $44.

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If you’ve caught drone fever, but don’t have $1,000 to spend on a DJI Phantom, Amazon will sell you a basic camera-equipped quadcopter today for just $39.

It should go without saying that this isn’t a professional tool by any means. The camera only shoots 720p, and the results look like something that might have come out of a 2009-era smartphone (here’s a sample video). But hey, it’s a camera in the sky for under $40! Even if you don’t want it for yourself, this could be an awesome holiday gift. [Syma X5C Quadcopter, $39]


Update: Sold out at $6, now up to $9.

If you’re sick of swapping HDMI cords behind your TV, this 3x1 switcher is just $6 right now. I actually own this exact item, and it works fine. [PORTTA 3x1 Port HDMI Switch/Switcher, $6]


The UE Boom Bluetooth speaker is the best you can buy, according to Gizmodo, and it’s available again for its $100 Black Friday price, the best price we’ve ever seen by a solid margin. [UE Boom, $100. Also available in white.]


No matter how long you’ve been driving, it’s never too late to learn better habits. Automatic is a little Bluetooth dongle that plugs into your car’s OBD-II port (found on almost any car made since 1996) and communicates with your smartphone to track driving habits, mileage, and engine problems. It can even trigger IFTTT recipes! But best of all, if you’re in an accident, Automatic will automatically alert the authorities and call your family, no subscription required.

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Automatic normally sells for $100, but today you can take advantage of a $20 discount. [Automatic Smart Driving Assistant, $80]


Jabra’s MOVE Bluetooth headphones are Gizmodo’s top entry-level pick in the category, and Amazon’s marked them down to an all-time low price today.

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In addition to great looks, the MOVE features 8 hours of active battery life, and nearly two weeks of standby time, meaning you shouldn’t have to babysit the battery. Plus, you get a built-in microphone for calls, and a removable cable so you can use them on an airplane as well. Most importantly though, Gizmodo claims they sound just as good as Jabra’s excellent REVO headphones, which retail for nearly twice as much. [Jabra MOVE Bluetooth Headphones, $60]


Want to liven up your house for the holidays? This 33’ strand of copper string lights comes with a remote and multiple brightness settings and blinking modes. Come January, you can stuff them in an empty wine bottle and sell it on Etsy for $40, or something. [Inateck Remote Controlled Copper Wire 100 LED String Lights, $18 with code WJDUDUVE]


simplehuman, purveyor of the best trash cans and paper towel holders money can buy, also has a tension bar shower caddy, and it’s down to its lowest price of the year today. [simplehuman Adjustable Tension Shower Caddy, $97]


If you’re happy with your salt & pepper grinders, I’m not here to convince you to replace them. Nope. All I’m saying is that you could use one of these for Nacho Cheesier, and the other for Cooler Ranch. [Attmu Salt and Pepper Grinder Set, $10 with code 6KDYR5RH]


Here’s a nice Cyber Monday surprise: 50 critically acclaimed films in one $124 package. This was a few bucks cheaper on Cyber Monday, but this is still a fantastic price if you missed out. [Warner Bros 50 Film Collection, $124]


Uniqlo, the Japanese export with a soft spot for primary colors, is hosting some splendid deals on all kinds of outerwear. Running the gamut from cashmere cardigans to fleece zip-ups, the sale is perfectly primed for winter hibernation. And, here’s the best part: If you spend $100, Uniqlo will shave off $15 with the code DEALS. Below we’ve assembled a few of our favorites, ready for your judgement!

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The best selling piece of cookware we’ve ever posted is back down to its all-time low price. If you enjoy spending time in the kitchen, you shouldn’t hesitate.

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This All-Clad 12” skillet features a durable stainless steel cooking surface, an even and rapid-heating aluminum core, and a beautiful stainless exterior, all sandwiched together to create the ultimate pan. And, like all All-Clad items, it comes with a lifetime warranty, though you probably won’t need it as long as you treat it well. [All-Clad 12” Tri-Ply Skillet, $90]


Here’s another new TV deal, if nothing struck your fancy during Black Friday. Prime members can upgrade to a 50” Vizio M-series 4K TV for just $599 (discount shown at checkout), which is the best price we’ve ever seen. That comes complete with local dimming, smart apps, and a well-reviewed upscaling engine for 1080p content. [Vizio M-Series 50” 4K, $599 for Prime Members]

Need a bigger TV?

Samsung UN55JU6400 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED HDTV (2015 Model) ($798) | Amazon

Samsung UN65JU6400 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED HDTV (2015 Model) ($1300) | Amazon


iTunes gift cards make great holiday gifts, and while they’re on sale, you should probably grab some for yourself as well. [$100 iTunes Gift Card, $80]


Amazon can’t deliver this Monty Python and the Holy Grail Blu-ray by drone (yet), but hopefully, they’ll tie it between a couple of swallows and send it straight to your front door. [Monty Python and the Holy Grail 40th Anniversary Edition, $10]


If you’ve ever spent more than 5 seconds sorting through your mismatched leftover containers to find the right lid, it’s time to throw them all out and upgrade to this 42-piece Rubbermaid system.

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The set comes with 21 containers in six different sizes, and yet you only have to deal with three different sizes of lids, making it much easier to find the right one. Personally, I prefer glass storage sets like this one from Pyrex, but if you want to maximize the number of containers you get for your money, this is your best bet. [Rubbermaid Easy Find Lid Food Storage Set, Plastic, 42-Piece, $15]


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