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Even if you live in a heavily-defended compound, you'll still want to own a fire-proof safe for important documents and valuable heirlooms. Today only, Amazon's got some great deals on a few different options from SentrySafe.


Options start at $40 for a standard key-operated fire chest, and stretch all the way up to $300 for a huge, electronically-locked model that would look right at home at a bank. No matter which model you get though, you'll be getting it at an all-time low price.

This is a Gold Box deal, meaning these prices are only available today, or until sold out. [ Up to 52% off Select SentrySafe Safes]

If you've been itching for a good pair of noise canceling headphones, you're not going to find better bang for your buck than this pair of Sony MDR-10RNCs for $125.


Update: The MDR10RNCs are sold out, but the MDR1RNCs are still available for $238.

For a point of comparison, these legitimately sell for $200+ on any given day, and Amazon has never had them for less than $172 until today's Gold Box deal. They also look great, run for 20 hours on a single AAA battery, and have solid user reviews. I think the coolest feature though is a free smartphone app that lets you customize the functions of the in-line remote.

Audiophiles will also want to check out the higher-end Sony MDR1RNCs for $238, more than $100 off its usual price, and another all-time low.


Again, this is a Gold Box deal, so this price is only available today, but it could definitely sell out early. [Sony Premium Noise Canceling Headphones, $125-$238]

If you could use a bit more outdoor storage for tools, furniture cushions, sports equipment, and patio accessories, this unassuming water-tight trunk has a 73 gallon capacity, looks great, and has never been cheaper. [Suncast DBW7300 Mocha Wicker Resin Deck Box, 73-Gallon, $63]

1,000mAh-per-dollar is one of the best ratios we've seen on a well-reviewed external USB charger. This beefy model is perfect for long camping trips, flights, and power outages, or for sharing with others during a long day away from an outlet. [KMASHI 15000mAh External Battery Pack, $15 with code D2UZZHUS]

This microfiber towel is considered by many detailing aficionados to be the best for drying off your car. I own it, and can confirm that it's less a towel as much as a towel-shaped sponge. [Meguiar's X2000 Microfiber Drying Towel, $7]

They might not be quite as practical as Death Star-shaped ice spheres, but these Star Wars-themed Silicone ice trays are a bargain at only $3-$4 each. I would make kind of reference or turn a popular Star Wars quote into a pun here, but I've never seen the movies. Feel free to pile on me in the comments! [Star Wars Ice Trays, $3-$4]

These deals are from two different manufacturers, but the value proposition is similar. Buy a pocket-sized USB battery pack, and you'll get something else for free. Either a Lightning cable or a 2-port wall charger. You can't go wrong with either.

Sugru is right up there with binder clips and the Raspberry Pi in Lifehacker's pantheon of must-have gear, and you can stock up today with a rare 40% discount. You'll need to purchase more than ‚ā¨20 (yes, Euros) worth of product to be eligible, which is annoyingly just a little bit more than the $22 price of a standard 8-pack, but once you meet the minimum, your discount will show up automatically. [40% off ‚ā¨20 or more of Sugru]

Want to set up your first NAS without breaking the bank? Both of these options are affordable and great for starting out. Just be sure to grab some WD Reds to go with them.

Take home 20 previous Oscar Best Picture winners in one box for just $42 today. The set starts all the way back in 1929, and winds up at The Departed in 2006, which sounds like quite the cinematic journey. [ Best of Warner Bros 20 Film Collection: Best Pictures, $42]

Need a smallish SSD to upgrade your rig? I'm pretty sure this is the first time we've seen a 120GB model from a reputable manufacturer for $40. [PNY - Optima 120GB SSD, $40]

If you still haven't picked up a PS4, Amazon's got one of the best bundles we've seen to date. $400 gets you the console, The Last of Us Remastered, the newly-released Bloodborne, and a $20 Amazon gift card for good measure.

If you assume the value of the bonuses are about $100, this is easily one of the best deals we've seen on Sony's console. [ PlayStation 4 + Bloodborne + The Last of Us + $20 Amazon Gift Card, $400]

Whether you're a professional portrait photographer, or just want to take nicer product photos for your Craigslist listings, this discounted gear from CowboyStudio is a tremendous value.

This luggage scale will pay for itself many times over if it saves you from a single overweight baggage fee, and it's a whole lot easier to use than trying to balance your 30" suitcase on a tiny bathroom scale. Plus, it's small enough to pack and take with you, so you can be sure souvenirs from your trip didn't put you over the 50 pound limit. [DecoBros Digital Luggage Scale w/ 110 lb Capacity and Thermometer, $7]


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