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If you want to attempt to make pizza at home, a pizza stone is by far the easiest way to get a crispy crust. This 15” model is only $13 today, and comes with a chrome stand and pizza cutter for serving. [VonShef 15 Inch Ceramic Pizza Stone Set With Heavy Duty Chrome Stand with FREE Pizza Cutter, $13]

Today only, Amazon’s offering fantastic prices on three different Tumi bags as part of a Gold Box deal, bringing them all down to historically low price points.


The selection is obviously limited, and your only color option is olive, but Tumi is one of the most respected bag and luggage makers in the world, and you can be sure that these will last you for years. But remember, these prices are only available today, and I wouldn’t be surprised if some items sold out early. [Tumi Sale, $92-$140]

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If you have any old SSDs lying around, this SATA to USB 3.0 cable can turn them into speedy external drives, with no tools required. Sure, there are plenty of enclosures for about the same price that will do the same job, but I think it’s kind of cool to be able to see the label of the SSD. [Sabrent USB 3.0 to SATA Hard Drive Adapter, $13]

Mpow’s Swift Bluetooth Headphones are one of the most popular items we’ve ever posted, but the biggest complaint we hear is that they don’t fit everyone’s ears particularly well. Their newer Cheetah model aims to address that with a wraparound design, and you can try a pair yourself for just $25 today, matching an all-time low. [Mpow Cheetah Wireless Bluetooth 4.1 Sports Headphones, $25 with code VTUZPFHT]

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From the author of World War Z (the good book, not the bad movie), The Zombie Survival Guide is almost certainly the most popular parody survival guide ever written, and you can grab a copy on Kindle right now for just $2.

While you’re at it, read World War Z, if you haven’t.

If you own a Fire TV Stick—and I know for a fact that a lot of you do—Amazon’s voice control remote can save you from click-click-clicking in long search terms and passwords on an on-screen keyboard. It normally sells for $30, but you can pick one up today for $20. [Fire TV Voice Remote, $20]

Don’t have a Fire TV Stick? You can get a refurb for $35, or a brand new one for $39.

Note: This remote comes standard with the full-sized Fire TV; it’s only really necessary for Fire TV Stick owners.

HTC’s RE action cam is a weird little periscope that takes really solid footage. But despite its waterproof body, hand-sensing power-on function, and 146 degree field of view, it was a tough sell at its $200 debut price in the world of GoPro. But at $100, you could do a lot worse for a little action cam. [HTC - RE 16.0-Megapixel Waterproof Digital Camera, $100]

If you don’t mind buying a refurb, you can save 50% off the usual price of this highly-rated cordless electric kettle. A kettle sounds like a pretty simple appliance, but this one has a ton of bells and whistles, including boil-dry protection, a “keep warm” mode, six temperature settings for different kinds of drinks, and a lot more. [Cuisinart CPK-17 Cordless Electric Kettle, $50]

It’s not the most advanced fitness tracker out there, but the Fitbit Flex is a great barebones wearable that can track your steps by day, your sleep by night, and sync all of that data to your smartphone. You might eventually want to graduate to a more capable wearable, but this is a great way to see if Fitbit’s particular brand of healthy gamification resonates with you. [Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity & Sleep Wristband, $70]

These so-called “wine stakes” are incredibly silly and superfluous, I know. But... drinking wine outdoors without a flat surface to set the bottle and glasses is difficult, so they do solve an actual problem, albeit a niche one. Even if you only use them once or twice, you won’t sweat the $12 as much as you would an overturned bottle of merlot. [Wine Stake Set, $12 with code EOX8KL3C]

If you own a dog, you’ll use these things eventually, so you might as well get a multi-year supply. [700 Poop Bags + Leash Holder, $11 with code 83CLYGNC]

Love Scrabble? Treat yourself to the Deluxe Edition for $28 today, near an all-time low. Unlike the standard edition that peasants use, this comes with a rotating game board, a plus tile bag, and raised grooves on the board to keep tiles from sliding out of place. [Scrabble Deluxe Edition Game, $28]

Two of the most highly-anticipated games of the second half of 2015 are both $10 off right now, for Prime members only. Just note that you won’t see the discount until checkout.


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Samsung’s 850 EVO SSD is sufficient for most people, but if speed is a larger concern than money, it’s tough to beat the 850 Pro.

Want to get hyped for The Force Awakens? The first six Star Wars films are getting Steelbook releases in November, and you can save on any or all of them by preordering. You won’t be charged until they ship, and if the price drops any further prior to release, you’ll automatically get the best deal.

If you take your home movie nights seriously, Cuisinart’s CPM-100 Air Popper can spit out up to 10 cups of oil-free popcorn in under 3 minutes. Today’s $28 price tag is also an all-time low, and should pay for itself over time if it replaces microwave popcorn bags in your pantry. [Cuisinart CPM-100 EasyPop Hot Air Popcorn Maker, $28]

Monoprice is currently offering their popular Crystal Pro 28” 4K monitor for just $400, matching an all-time low. That’s one of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen for a 60Hz 4K display, and a great buy if your computer can support it. I did a lot of personal research into this monitor a few months back, and was one discount away from pulling the trigger before a deal on a Dell alternative caught my eye. [Monoprice CrystalPro 28” 4K Monitor, $400]

So is 4K worth it for gaming? If your computer can handle it, absolutely.

If you’re in the market for a current generation console, we’ve got great deals on both today. The PS4 is just a straight cash discount, which is rare, while the Xbox One is overflowing with extras.

PS4 Console + The Last of Us ($350) | eBay

1TB Xbox One + Halo MCC + Assassin’s Creed Unity + 12 Months Gold ($399) | Microsoft

If you’re still wrestling with a terrible inkjet printer at home, do yourself a solid and pick up the reliable Brother HL-2300 monochrome laser printer today for just $50 today, an all-time low price.


While it doesn’t print in color, it more than makes up for that with the ability to spit out 27 pages per minute, duplex printing, and inexpensive toner cartridges that can last for years without being replaced. We’ve posted a lot of Brother deals in the past, and we’ve heard nothing but good things from readers about them. Plus, this particular model has a near-perfect 4.6 star review average on Amazon, so you can buy with confidence. [Brother HL-2300D Mono Laser Printer, $50]

If you need features like a flatbed scanner and wireless networking, the Brother MFCL2700DW is on sale as well. [Brother MFCL2700DW All-In-One Mono Laser Printer, $120]





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