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Few gadgets will impress your geeky friends more than the Philips Hue lighting system, and you can save on starter kits and spare bulbs today on Amazon. These rarely see any significant discounts, so if you’ve been waiting for a deal to dive into the ecosystem, be sure to grab these before they’re gone.

One of the only downsides of cast iron pans is that they can be a nightmare to clean, but this chainmail scrubber claims to scrape away caked-on food without hurting your seasoning, and its 4.8 star review average seems to back that up. It’s also the #1 selling item in “Kitchen Cleaners” on Amazon, and marked down to an all-time low price. [Hudson Cast Iron Cleaner XL 7x7 Premium Stainless Steel Chainmail Scrubber, $12 with code SXWF62R4]

We’re on the cusp of pool/beach/river tubing season, and if you want to keep your favorite gear safe and dry, these highly rated FRIEQ bags are on sale today. The smartphone case in particular is great, because it still gives you full access to the screen and camera. I used a similar product last year during a rafting trip, and managed to get some great pictures.


FRIEQ Universal Waterproof Case for Smartphones - IPX8 Certified to 100 Feet ($8) | Amazon | Promo code 3HZUVSTY

FRiEQ Lightweight & Durable Dry Bag Backpack for Outdoor Activities ($19) | Amazon | Promo code 3HZUVSTY

Today only, Amazon’s offering two rare deals on popular Adobe software. For amateurs who just want some basic photo and video editing capabilities, you can get a copy of Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements for $68, on Mac or PC. That combo usually costs over $100, and comes with no monthly fees. [Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Elements, $68]

If you’re a professional photographer, or just want to start taking the hobby more seriously, you can also get a very rare deal on an Adobe Creative Cloud photography plan. The $10/month price tag for full access to Photoshop and Lightroom hasn’t changed, but if you order a full year from Amazon today, they’ll send you a $40 Amazon credit by June 13. It’s not as good as a straight discount, but it’s the best deal we’ve ever seen on one of Adobe’s Creative Cloud subscriptions. [12-month Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan w/ $40 Amazon Credit, $120]

Rather than products from a single category or manufacturer, today’s Amazon Gold Box features an eclectic assortment of tech accessories from the likes of Kensington, Targus, Belkin, and others at all-time low prices. The full list is below, but it includes everything from styli to laptop bags to surge protectors, so chances are you can find something you need. [Amazon]

I bought the FitDesk 2.0 on a whim last year and was surprised both by how viable it was to work at, and how compact it gets when folded up. It fits easily into a closet, or opens up for use while working, gaming, or marathoning Netflix, and is particularly nice out on the balcony. Today’s price isn’t the cheapest it’s ever been, but it doesn’t get a discount often. [FitDesk 2.0, $259]

Check out our Office Gear Guide for more upgrades and recommendations.

We’ve featured deals on Bluetooth receivers, and deals on Bluetooth transmitters, but this little gadget is actually both. So on the one hand, you could plug it into an old MP3 player or TV to add wireless transmitting capabilities, and then with a flick of a switch, plug it into your car’s AUX jack, a pair of headphones, or an old iHome to add Bluetooth receiving. Very versatile! [Mpow Streambot 2-In-1 Bluetooth Receiver/Transmitter, $24 with code XSE99POO]

If you don’t need to transmit, a standalone receiver is also on sale, and slightly cheaper. [Mpow Streambot Mini Receiver, $18 with code CC7UJ9UJ]

Dying Light is the game we all wanted Dead Island to be, and you can get it for $40 on Amazon today, an all-time low. [Dying Light, $40]

Have any old hard drives or SSDs lying around? Repurpose them into external storage with this $9 enclosure. No tools required! [Aukey SuperSpeed 2.5 Inch USB 3.0 to SATA Hard Drive Disk External Enclosure, $9 with code AUKEYDS4]

Great espresso requires significant investments of time, money, and effort, as well as the willingness to buy fresh beans and the scheduling to use them quickly. If that’s not for you, check out our Nespresso Buying Guide, and check out this deal on the high-end Nespresso Lattissima Pro with stainless steel finish, touch screen operation, and programs for six different drinks. The Pro is self-cleaning and down to a low $420 today. [Nespresso Lattissima Pro, $420]

You can’t control these semi-smart power outlets with your phone, or automate them with IFTTT recipes like you can with Belkin’s WeMo line, but you can control them from across your house with a remote control, and they’re incredibly cheap today. [Etekcity ZAP 5-Pack Wireless Remote Control Outlets, $21 with code BIGPROMO]

The Lightning cable deal de jour is a 6’ braided model for just $9. That’s less than half the price of Apple’s for double the length, plus the woven wrapper is way nicer than the rubber you typically see. Multiple colors available. [6’ Braided Lightning Cable, $9 with code 6HRFFOEN]

The undisputed best SSD for most people is down to $170 for a 500GB model today. That’s $28 less than Amazon’s current price, and the best we’ve ever seen. [Samsung 850 EVO 500GB SSD, $170]

Amazon’s got a nice little collection of Studio Ghibli Blu-rays marked down to $20 today, which in several cases here is actually the lowest

If you have any summer trips coming up, you’ll want to be sure you have enough extra battery power to keep your phone and other gadgets untethered from a power outlet. Luckily, RAVPower is offering an Amazon clearance sale right now on several of their most popular chargers.


As far as the battery packs go, I think $16 for the 10,400mAh model (with promo code P3FFG8XA) hits the sweet spot between price and performance, but you might also want the 3200mAh lipstick charger to carry around in your pocket. Be sure to check out the full list below, and note the promo codes.

$25 seems like a lot to spend on a single drink bottle, but this highly-rated Thermos seems to be worth it. It utilizes 18/10 stainless steel walls and vacuum insulation to keep hot drinks hot for 12 hours, or cold drinks cold for 24, all while remaining cool to the touch and condensation-free. Today’s price is the lowest Amazon has ever listed, so grab one before it’s gone. [Thermos Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel Drink Bottle, 16-Ounce, $25]

Whenever these Pyrex storage sets go on sale, they tend to sell out quickly, and with good reason. Unlike plastic food storage containers, these bowls are freezer, microwave, and oven safe; plus, they just look way nicer. [Pyrex 10-Piece Storage Set, $15]

Give your teeth the toothbrush they deserve for an all-time low price today. The Oral-B Professional Deep Sweep is marked down to $85 on Amazon, which would be an all-time low price by itself, but you can save an additional $20 by clipping the coupon.

The brush comes with five customizable cleaning modes, a pressure sensor, a two minute timer, and a 60 day money back guarantee if you aren’t satisfied. [Oral-B Professional Deep Sweep with Smart Guide Triaction 5000 Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush, $65 after $20 Digital Coupon]

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