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We’ve found a nice collection of great deals for you this Saturday, starting with one of the most popular items we’ve ever listed: The 100-pack Velcro cable ties. These have flown off the shelves at $6, and now Amazon has dropped them to $5. The catch is that they’re an add-on item now, meaning they’ll only ship as part of a $25 order, unless you can find a way around that. [100 Velcro Cable Ties, $5]

Whether you’re curious about switching to an electric shaver, or you just want to get your Father’s Day shopping done early, Amazon’s got great deals on two of your favorite electric shavers, today only.

The 3-blade Panasonic Arc3 is a great entry-level model with a solid 4.3 star review average. Amazon’s marked it down to just $55 today, which is one the lowest prices we’ve ever seen. [Panasonic Arc3 Shaver, $55 after $10 Coupon]

Note: Earlier today, the Amazon page included a $10 off coupon that brought the total price to $45. That’s been pulled, but $55 is still a solid price.


If you have a little more to spend, the four-blade Arc4 for $100 is a great deal as well. That’s one of the lowest prices ever listed, and a great deal for anyone looking to upgrade their existing electric shaver. [Panasonic Arc4 Shaver, $100]

Just keep in mind that these are Gold Box deals, meaning the prices are only available today, or until sold out. [Amazon]

It doesn’t have the brand recognition of Fitbit’s Aria smart scale, but the Easy@Home Bluetooth Body Fat Scale is way cheaper at $60, and integrates directly into Apple’s HealthKit framework (or its own app, if you’re an Android user).

That means your weight and body fat are automatically synced and tracked alongside any other health data you store on your iPhone, and other fitness apps can access that data as well, if you grant them access to your Health app. [Easy@Home Bluetooth Body Fat Digital Scale, $60]

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By now, most of us own a USB battery pack or two, but they’re nothing but expensive paperweights without a cord to go with them. If you own an iPhone though, this cheap keychain cable will always be by your side. [Cord2Go Apple MFi Certified Lightning Cable Keychain, $11 with code 77GPCDYC]

If you own an Android phone, or just want to shop around, we’ve recommended a few similar products in the past over on Kinja Gear.

1TB hard drives are kind of small by modern standards, but if that’s all you happen to need, $40 is the best price we’ve ever seen on one from a reputable manufacturer. [Toshiba Canvio Basics 1TB Portable USB 3.0 External Hard Drive, $40]

Amazon has several configurations of the ever-popular Samsung EVO MicroSD card marked down to all-time low prices (or within $1, in the case of the 16GB model). These are some of the most popular cards on the market, and enjoy a 4.7 star review average.

Amazon’s marked the PS4 version of Destiny down to $28 today, an all-time low. It’s also available on every other console for $30, which matches the lowest price ever listed. If you still haven’t picked up a copy, it’s still receiving a ton of new content and tweaks, so now’s as good a time as any. [Destiny (PS4), $28]

Hopefully you’re never in a situation where you need an emergency radio, but if the time ever comes, you’ll be glad you bought one. The Eton FRX5 is down to an all-time low $60 today, and is absolutely packed with features.

Of course, the radio will pull in FM, AM, and NOAA WeatherBand stations, and will even alert you with lights and audible warnings if severe weather enters your zip code. It also includes a flash light, a red emergency strobe, and a dimmable ambient light to act as a lantern. Crucially, it also includes a USB port to power up your phone, which could be critical in a real emergency.


True to its emergency roots, you can also power up the radio in several different ways. four minutes of hand cranking will net you 10-15 minutes of audio, and a built-in solar panel can completely charge the battery in about five hours. If you have access to electricity, you can charge the built-in lithium battery over USB, or even pop in three AAAs for immediate power.

Just keep in mind that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning this price is only available today, or until sold out. [Eton FRX5 Hand Crank Emergency Weather Radio with SAME Alerts, $60]

Whether you’re at your desk or on the move, you’ll never have to worry about a dead phone with these charging deals. The 8,000mAh charger has a particularly enticing power-per-dollar ratio at just $13.

If you’ve been waiting for a deal on the GoPro Hero4 Black, $100 off is about as good as you’re going to do. The Hero4 Black can shoot 4K at 30FPS, and is pretty much indisputably the best action camera money can buy. [GoPro Hero4 Black, $399]

When it comes to keeping your possessions dry at the beach or on the river, your choices have basically been limited to dry bags that completely hide their contents, or transparent cases that keep your phone accessible, but can’t hold anything else. This large FRiEQ pouch might just hit the sweet spot in between.

In addition to holding holding your phone, the bag is big enough to fit a watch (smart or otherwise), credit cards, room keys, car keys, and more. It’s not without limitations; obviously the stuff you store in here needs to be relatively flat, but I could easily see walking to the beach with whatever I could carry in this pouch, and nothing else. [FRiEQ Lightweight & Durable Waterproof Pouch for Outdoor Activities, $11 with code V882OT4H]

V-Moda’s well-reviewed Crossfade M-80 headphones feature a unique design, customizable face plates, and a practically indestructible design. Amazon has them marked down to an all-time low $80 today. [V-Moda Crossfade M080 Headphones, $80]

If you like to mix drinks at home, you’ll want to pick up the beloved Tovolo King Cube Ice Tray for $7. That’s not an all-time low price, but it’s on the low end of its normal range. If you haven’t seen this before, all you need to know is that the King Cube is designed for one thing: Making really big ice cubes.

One large ice cube has less surface area than several smaller ones, meaning it’ll melt slower and dilute your drink less. That’s great for alcoholic drinks, but the same principle would apply in a glass of soda or tea, so you should be able to get plenty of use out of this. It also happens to carry a stellar 4.5 star rating on nearly 2,000 reviews, and is a must-own for any in-home mixologists. [Tovolo King Cube Ice Tray - Stratus Blue, $7]

More than 8 years after release, the Xbox 360 controller is still one of the best gamepads you can buy for PC gaming, and today on Amazon, the wired model is down to $28. That’s within a few bucks of an all-time low price. [Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller for Windows, $28]

Before you head to the theater for Fury Road, pick up a copy of Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior for just $6. [Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, $6]

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Whether you’re avoiding stubbed toes at night, or just lighting up a dim cabinet, motion-sensing LED lights are incredibly useful, and you can save $5 on select Ivation models today with promo code CR3ZHP5V.

This 29” sound bar is probably a little small for your main home theater, but it’d be perfect for your bedroom TV. Amazon sells refurbs as well (with a solid 4-star average), but they’re $20 more. [Refurb Vizio 29” 2.0 High Definition Sound Bar with Bluetooth and DTS TruSurround, $55]


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