Popular Logitech gear, APC UPS power backups, and an intelligent air mattress lead off Tuesday’s best deals.

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Amazon’s back at it again this morning with a great collection of discounted Logitech peripherals, most of which are marked down to all-time low prices.

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A few of our favorites include the G500s gaming mouse for $28, the G35 surround sound headset for $40, a Z213 speaker set for $21, and the Harmony Ultimate Home Touch universal remote for $170, but be sure to head over to Amazon to see the rest of the deals.


The newest, big-screen Nest Learning Thermostat 3.0 is down to $199 today on Amazon, which is a match for the best discount we’ve ever seen. These don’t go on sale all that often, so if you have one on your wishlist, I wouldn’t hesitate.


Amazon added over 50 new Dash buttons to their lineup this morning, and while you probably don’t need most of them (except the Nerf one, you definitely need that), there may be a few in there that could come in handy around your house. The buttons still cost $5 each, but as an added incentive, you’ll get that $5 back in the form of an Amazon credit when you press it for the first time.


The MacBook is kind of slow. The MacBook Air has a bad screen. The 15" MacBook Pro can’t fit on an airline tray table. But the 13” MacBook Pro lacks any glaring weaknesses (and even has the new Force Touch Trackpad), and you can save $300 on the 256GB model today on eBay, with no sales tax for most buyers. I bought this exact model the day it was announced last year, and couldn’t be happier with it. If you have any questions about it, hit me up in the comments.


JayBird’s BlueBuds X Sports are some of the most popular wireless headphones on the market, and Amazon will sell you a pair for $69 today, one of the best prices we’ve ever seen.


If the thought of a $15 rice cooker isn’t enough to wet your whistle—and really, what’s more exciting than rice?—consider that it also includes a steaming tray that can cook your meats and vegetables simultaneously. That means dinner gets ready faster, and with less to clean up.


70 Ounce Hydration Pack, $8 with code SYMTF2D7

Whether you’re hiking the Grand Canyon or just walking home from work, this 70 ounce water bladder can keep you hydrated on the go. Just fill it up, stuff it in any backpack, and sip from the straw whenever you’re feeling parched.



40% off select products, promo code REDWHITE&BLUE

I thought Quirky was dead, but it seems that the purveyor of excellent, slightly-weird products is back, and they’re hosting a Fourth of July sale with 40% off select items. My pick here is the incredibly handy Mocubo cutting board, but be sure to check out all of the inventions, and stock up. Just use code REDWHITE&BLUE at checkout to get the discount.

Update: The cutting board is actually cheaper on Amazon. Thanks, Nick Barone!


Rubbermaid’s FastTrack garage storage system is carries a 4.4 star review average from over 1,000 Amazon customers, and is a great choice for anyone who could use an assist in organizing their garage. Today’s $25 price tag is an all-time low, so don’t wait around.


Dual monitors are great, but if you don’t have the desk space to spare, this dual monitor arm can lift them up off your workspace for just $28. It should clamp onto basically any desk, and the arms can support any 27" or smaller VESA -compatible screens.


If you ever have to deal with power shortages and brief outages, Amazon’s offering all-time low prices on a pair of APC UPS backup power supplies, today only.

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If you use a desktop computer, these will of course keep your machine running without any interruption in the event of a power outage, which means you won’t lose any unsaved work. But even if you only use laptops and mobile devices at home, they could still run lamps, your router and modem, or even a TV until the power comes back on.

The $129 BR1500G gives you 1,500 volt-amps and 865 watts, while the $94 BR1000G checks in at 1,000 volt-amps and 600 watts, which should honestly be sufficient for the vast majority of users. Just note that like all Gold Box deals, these prices are only available today, or until sold out.


Casper might be the best mattress for everyone, but not for your houseguests. Put them on this discounted Serta air mattress, marked down to an all-time low $100 today as part of a Gold Box deal.

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That’s more expensive than a lot of air mattresses, but this one includes a built-in pump which silently trickles more air into the mattress overnight, meaning it’ll still be fully inflated come morning. If that’s not a miracle, I don’t know what is.


You could get one of everything to redo your entire wardrobe at the J.Crew Factory 50% off sale and still have money left over to grab dinner in your new duds. And when I say 50% off, I mean 50% off pretty much everything in the store.


There are those that like the heat, and those that like the cold. I, for one, am the latter. I cannot wait for the temperature to drop to a more appropriate 50 or so. If you’re already ready for summer to be over like me, head over to Patagonia and grab their Nano Puff Winter Jackets (and other styles) for 30% off.


I’m not judging you if you forgot Dockers existed because then I would be judging myself. But when you use the code EXTRA40, you get 40% off already reduced sale items. And this sale has all the bread-and-butter pieces that Dockers does best, including khakis and shorts.


Orico 2.5" SSD Enclosure, $8 with code CXZGWO3I

If you have any old hard drives laying around, or if you just want to build a super-fast external SSD to store your files, this 2.5" enclosure can convert a bare storage device into a portable external drive in seconds. Plus, $8 is the best price we’ve ever seen on a model that supports UASP, which enables faster transfer speeds when using an SSD.


If wall-mounting your TV has been on your to-do list, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better deal on a mount. This model holds TVs up to 55", can extend up to 15" away from the wall, and can swivel and articulate in any direction, all for just $21.


This $170 Chromebook has a super-thin design, 13 hours of battery life, and 4GB of RAM, all solid specs. But most importantly, it will support Android apps via Google Play in the coming months, which should dramatically expand its capabilities. If you’re in the market for a travel-friendly portable, you could do a whole lot worse for the price.


Aukey 3-in-1 Lens Kit, $10 with code BAWJZOW2

Unlike smartphone lens add-ons that require a special case or a specific phone model, Aukey’s 3-in-1 kit uses a clamp to attach to your device, which means it should work with virtually any smartphone. Once that clip’s in place, you get to choose from three different lenses: Fisheye, wide angle, and macro. Several Amazon reviewers have uploaded sample photos and videos, and they look pretty great to my eyes, particularly the close-up macros.


Just because your house or apartment doesn’t have a doorbell doesn’t mean you’ll have to rely on knocking like a caveman. This $10 kit has everything you need to install one, no wiring required. You can even choose from 52 different chimes!


If a giant, floating pile of bottle caps would be a point of pride, rather than a source of embarrassment, this $17 magnetic bottle opener has your name on it.


KMASHI 15,000mAh Battery Pack, $13 with code ZWUTH7CQ

KMASHI’s ultra-popular 15,000mAh USB battery pack has dipped down to $13 on several occasions in the past, but it’s still a price point that nobody else can seem to beat.


Innoo Tech Wine Aerator, $5 with code SBXI9IH2

Like an Aeropress with mediocre coffee, an aerator can really improve a lower end bottle of wine (or bring out more of the characteristics of a good one). This one plugs right into the end of your bottle, and agitates the wine as you pour to introduce a little oxygen. If you don’t already own something similar, it’s well worth $5.


If quirkiness were an Olympic sport, ModCloth would easily be a 3-time gold medalist. The San Francisco-based brand is unstoppable when it comes to unique, vintage-inspired clothing. They put the “twee” in “tweed,” and they’re giving you an extra 20% off sale when you use the code MORE4U.


Kindle Paperwhite Essentials Bundle, $128 with code 9ZHMJMIP

While supplies last, Amazon’s offering up a Kindle Paperwhite bundle which includes a magnetic leather case and a USB charger for just $128 (with code 9ZHMJMIP), or only $8 more than buying the Kindle alone. The best part? You get seven different cover colors to choose from.

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Amazon’s top-selling upright vacuum is only $39 today, and includes more features than you might expect, including an accessory hose, adjustable brush height, and a true HEPA filter. That’s a pretty great package for the price.


Refurb 29" VIZIO Sound Bar, $45 with code SALE3

It’s only 29", it’s refurbished, and it’s only two channels. But even so, if you’re still using the built-in speakers on any of your secondary TV sets, this $45 (with code SALE3) VIZIO sound bar will be a massive upgrade.


I used to own a gas trimmer. It was heavy, it was smelly, it required me to operate a gas canister, and it eventually broke. Shed no tears though, dear reader, for I replaced it with this very battery-powered Worx trimmer, and haven’t looked back. It’s probably not quite as powerful as my old one, but I’m trimming my yard, not tending to Centre Court at Wimbledon. You could buy worse things for $50.


Refurb Pebble Time Round, $108 with code SALE3 | Refurb Pebble Time, $72 with code SALE3 | Refurb Pebble Time Steel, $117 with code SALE3

Today only, Groupon’s discounting refurbs of the excellent Pebble Time and Pebble Time Round smart watches for as little as $72. Just select the model you want, and use promo code SALE3 at checkout to save 10%.


Nothing will ruin your summer vacation more than stolen luggage, and however unlikely that might seem, your peace of mind is probably worth $10 for two TSA-approved locks.


Aukey Dual Port Charger, $7 with code U4P45EXI

You know the little charging brick that came with your phone? Throw it out, and spend $7 on this replacement from Aukey (with code U4P45EXI). It’s basically the same size as Apple’s standard iPhone charger, but it includes two ports, folding prongs, and 2.4A of current (instead of 1A) to charge your devices faster.


Breville Smart Oven, $216 with code SAVEONSMALLS

The best toaster oven, which is also your favorite, and the #1 seller in the category, and rarely discounted, can be yours today for $216 with code SAVEONSMALLS.

Unless you happen to own some other beautiful Breville products we recommend, it’ll almost certainly be the best-looking appliance in your kitchen. I got this as a wedding gift a few months ago, and it’s every bit as good as advertised.


DJI’s newest prosumer camera drone changes the game with automatic obstacle avoidance and subject tracking, and this $250 discount on eBay is only the second significant discount we’ve seen, and the best by $90. $1,150's still a considerable chunk of change, particularly when you can get a Phantom 3 Professional for under $1000, but it’s a solid deal if you’re serious about the hobby.


Obviously you’ve all been well aware of the Steam Summer Sale going on at the moment so I don’t need to explain this whole thing, but what you may not have been paying attention to are the price matches going on. Amazon has the Steam Link and Steam Controller both priced at $35, and they’re Prime eligible.

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