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Dyson’s DC65 was your favorite vacuum cleaner in our Kinja Co-Op voting, and Amazon will sell you a refurb today for $230, or about $200 less than buying it new.

Here’s what some actual Kinja users had to say.

Sure, it comes with a hefty price tag, but it certainly does not disappoint in any aspect. I vacuumed my apartment with one of the newer Shark Navigator models, and then immediately revacuumed it with this Dyson, and it was amazing what additional dirt/dust/pet hair/stuff it picked up. The “complete” model comes with an tool that makes vacuuming pet hair, and anything really, off of furniture super easy. That tool alone attached to the hose is more powerful than any other full-sized vacuum I’ve ever used. It was undoubtedly money well spent. - stcmd

I’m a frugal person who would normally think that spending $500 on a vaccuum is total insanity... but then I got a Dyson “Animal.” At the time I bought it, we had two dogs, two cats, and wall-to-wall carpeting. The improvement over every other vaccuum we had ever purchased was astounding. That was 8 or 9 years ago, and it still works great... - GG

Just note that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning this price is only available today, or until sold out. [Refurb Dyson DC65 Ball Multifloor Upright Vacuum, $230]

If you’re still listening to any of your TVs through their built-in speakers, here’s an easy fix for under $80.


This refurbished Vizio Sound Stand pumps out up to 101 dB of crisp stereo sound, and includes a built-in subwoofer for extra bass. Plus, you won’t even need to find a place to put it, because your TV sits right on top. This might not be ideal for for your main home theater setup (personally, we’d recommend this 5.1 channel Vizio system), but it’s a perfect little integrated system for your other TVs around the house. I might just get one for my bedroom.

Since this deal is refurbished, there aren’t many reviews on the product page, but you can find them here on the product’s main listing. As with all Gold Box deals, this price is only available today, or until sold out, so don’t waste any time. [Refurb VIZIO S2121w-D0 2.1 Channel Sound Stand with Integrated Subwoofer, $78]

The humble Raspberry Pi has been inspiring clever hacks for years, and whether you’re new to the Pi or just want to upgrade your original model, we’ve found a great deal on the new (and much-improved) Raspberry Pi 2.

This $58 kit comes with everything you need to get started, including a case, Wi-Fi module, microSD card, power supply, and noise filter. If you need some inspiration, Lifehacker has written approximately 17 billion articles on the Pi, including a instructions to turn it into a retro gaming console, and a ton of other fun project ideas to get you started. [Raspberry Pi 2 Model B Starter Kit, $58 with code AY2SHMY9]

Microsoft’s ergonomic keyboard has long been a favorite of carpal tunnel sufferers, or those that would rather avoid getting it in the first place, and $21 is a small price to pay for healthy wrists. [Microsoft - Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000, $21]

If you’re going to get a mechanical keyboard, you might as well go all in and get the clickiest one you can. This $50 Cougar model includes Cherry MX Blue switches, which are ideal for typists who love a crisp, unmistakeable click, and $50 is about as cheap as you’ll ever see a keyboard like this. [Cougar Attack2-3B Cherry Blue Gaming Keyboard, $50]

If you’re still using ugly CFL bulbs, or heaven forbid, energy-hogging incandescents, it’s time to transition to LED. Philips’ unique SlimStyle 60W equivalents are only $3 each today on Amazon, which is the best price we’ve ever seen. At that price, they’ll pay for themselves in the short term with energy savings, and in the long term with a lifespan that could stretch over multiple decades. Plus, many utility companies will pay you a buck or two for each bulb, if you submit a receipt.


The big caveat here is that these are add-on items, so they’ll only ship as part of a $25 order. Of course, you could just buy nine or more bulbs to hit the threshold, and transition your entire house. [Philips SlimStyle 60W Equivalent Soft White Dimmable LED Bulb, $3]

Update: Order quantity is limited to three.

Update 2: Prices have increased on the 3 and 6 month memberships.

Update: It seems that if you have an existing YouTube Red subscription (but not a Play Music Subscription), this won’t work unless you first cancel your Red subscription. Yeah, we’re confused too.


Need a last minute Valentine’s Day gift, either to your significant other or yourself? Google is currently taking 50% off gift subscriptions to Google Play Music. Even if you already have an account, we’ve confirmed that this is stackable, meaning it’ll just add extra time onto your existing membership. [50% off Google Play Music]

Note: While we can’t find any official wording on this from Google (Update: Evidence!), it seems that Google Play Music subscriptions come bundled with commercial free YouTube Red access as well. It worked for us, but if you find anything from Google that confirms it, let us know in the comments.

We’re Uniqlo fanboys around here, with their undershirts winning our reader vote and their Heattech getting the Indefinitely Wild nod, to name a few accolades.

Today you can grab two men’s casual or dress shirts for $49.90 a pair. The same promotion applies to women’s shirts. If you really want to stock up, promo code CR25OFF takes $25 off a cart of $200+, plus free shipping on $100+.

I own their men’s slim oxford in several colors, and it’s easily one of the best values in men’s everyday work wear.

There’s also a $10 off promotion when you grab two select pairs of pants, and of course the sale section that the $25 off $200 code and free shipping threshold apply to.

Let us know what you’re adding to your wardrobe in the comments.

We occasionally see deals on individual SKUs of Apple’s newest ultrathin MacBook, but today, B&H is taking $300 off every configuration they sell, with tax only for New York buyers. [$300 off Apple MacBooks]

A good air mattress is something everyone should own, and this Queen sized model from Intex can be yours for just $40 right now. [Intex Queen Raised Airbed With Built-In Pump, $40]

Many of Logitech’s newer Harmony remotes have done away with the built-in screen in favor of outsourcing those functions to your smartphone. If that doesn’t appeal to you though, this Harmony Touch can do everything right on board, and control up to 15 of your favorite devices. [Logitech Harmony Touch 15 Device Universal Remote, $100]

If you love the idea of a magnetic smartphone dash mount, but don’t want to block a vent or fill your CD slot, this one sticks to your dash via a standard suction cup. [TechMatte MagGrip Dashboard and Windshield Magnetic Universal Car Mount Holder, $6 with code 54SG7RBH]

If you ever pay for iOS apps, movies, music, or iCloud storage with your credit card, you’re throwing money down the drain. Instead, stock up on iTunes gift cards at a 20% discount. [$50 iTunes Gift Card, $40]

Alright, this is clever. $7 is a fine price for any dual port car charger, but this one features a stainless steel tip that you can use to break a window to escape an overturned or sinking vehicle. Hopefully, you never need to use that feature, but it never hurts to be prepared. [OXA Safety Hammer Smart Car Charger, $7 with code K5CK3IM7]

$50 is about as cheap as 1TB drives get these days, so if you need some extra storage space, don’t hesitate. [Toshiba Canvio Slim II 1TB External USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive, $50]

If you want to build a multi-monitor setup on the cheap, you’ve got two great deals to choose from today. The $80 Lenovo display boasts the color accuracy and viewing angles of IPS, while the smaller Acer is marked down to a Craigslist-like price today.

Lenovo 21.5" IPS LED HD Monitor ($80) | eBay

Acer S200HQL 19.5" LED Monitor ($50) | eBay

Ninja’s new high-end coffee maker has racked up a solid review average in just three months, and it just got its very first discount.


The headlining feature here is Ninja’s Auto-iQ system, which automatically adjusts the water level based on the brew size and type you select, but the kit also comes with a double-walled thermal carafe, and even a milk frother and tumbler. $20 isn’t a huge discount, but it’s the first price drop we’ve seen from its original $200 MSRP. [Ninja Coffee Bar Brewer, Thermal Carafe, $180]

Shockingly enough, the Deadpool video game is actually worth playing, and Amazon will sell you a copy for $25, today only. [Deadpool, $25]

If you hurry, Amazon’s selling your undisputed favorite travel mug, the Contigo Autoseal West Loop, for as little as $14, one of the best prices we’ve ever seen, and a solid discount from its usual $18-$20. Just be sure to grab one before the deal cools off. [Contigo Autoseal West Loop, Stainless Steel, $14. Black model available for $16]

Waterpik is the easier (and they would argue more effective) way to “floss” between your teeth, and you can score an all-time low price on the Aquarius kit today, courtesy of Amazon.


The price might vary by a few dollars based on the color you choose, but all of them include a $10 coupon that will be applied at checkout. You can also save a few extra bucks by ordering through Subscribe & Save. Shipping will take longer if you go this route, and you’ll want to cancel the subscription after your first one arrives, but the option is available if you want to squeeze every penny. [Waterpik WP-672 Aquarius Professional Water Flosser, $63 after $10 coupon]

Need a little push to get off the couch? The Fitbit Charge is one of the best fitness trackers you can buy (though sadly this model doesn’t have a heart rate monitor), and you can get one for just $80 today, which is the best deal we’ve ever seen. [Fitbit Charge Wireless Activity + Sleep Tracker Wristband, $80]

With the obvious caveat that this isn’t a 4K TV, $380 is a terrific price for a 50" Sharp TV with built-in Roku software. If you want to read some user reviews, there are nearly 600 of them on Best Buy, with an average of 4.6 stars. [Sharp 50" Smart TV With Roku, $380]

We all know that buying your own modem can save you money in the long run, and to that end, we’ve posted a lot of deals on the Motorola SB6141 over the last few years. Today though, this NETGEAR alternative is marked down to just $50, and might be worth a look.

On paper, it’s every bit the equal of the SB6141; it has the same number of upstream and downstream channels, and the same maximum speeds. Just check with your ISP to make sure it’s compatible before you purchase; most maintain lists on their websites. [NETGEAR High Speed DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem, $50]

Target today is taking $20 off the list price of the new Apple TV. While that’s not the best deal we’ve seen, it’s a solid discount for a young Apple product. [Apple TV, $129-$179]


Best Buy actually has both models available for $4 less, but Target’s deal comes out ahead with a 5% REDCard discount.

5,000mAh battery packs are the perfect size for keeping in your pocket on a long day away from the charger, and this one even comes with a bonus microUSB/Lightning combo cable. [uNu Superpak 5000mAh 2.1A External Battery Pack, $12 with code PVMYHYW6]

String lights are so hot right now—just go look at Pinterest if you don’t believe me—and you can get a pair of 10' strands for just $7 right now. [2 Set of Micro 30 LEDs Super Bright Warm White Color Wire Rope Lights, $7 with code BPB8BBOH]




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