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It’s already hammock season in some parts of the country, and the rest of you will get there soon enough. This Fox Outfitters double camping hammock comes with everything you need to relax in your yard, at the park, or on a camping trip, and Amazon’s marked it down to $48 as part of a Gold Box deal today.

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This model normally sells for $60, and has a stellar 4.8 star rating on over 400 reviews. So lock in your order before they sell out, then sit back, relax, and await delivery. [Fox Outfitters Double Camping Hammock, $48]

Update: These colors are actually marked down to $40.

  • Khaki/Khaki
  • Sky Blue/Khaki
  • Blue/Yellow


Our readers have bought tens of thousands of Philips Wake-Up Lights, and for good reason! One model that’s flown under the radar though has been the HF3505, which is most similar to the $70 entry level model, but with the option to wake up to natural bird chirping sounds, or even the FM radio station of your choice.

This model normally sells for about $97, but Amazon’s marked it down to $80 today, one of the best prices they’ve ever listed. Believe me, it’s worth every penny. [Philips Wake-Up Light With Radio, $80]


While we generally recommend buying fresh beans, if you just want coffee without the fuss, Amazon’s taking and extra 25% off a nice variety of Lavazza whole bean coffee today. The coupon is in addition to any listed discounts, so you won’t see the final price until checkout. [Extra 25% off Lavazza Coffee Beans]

Don’t own a grinder? You can’t go wrong with the Baratza Encore.


It might not be as unobtrusive as your favorite USB car charger, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen a 4.8A charger for $3 before. [Spigen 4.8A Dual Port Car Charger, $3 with code EWJWA4EV]


Admittedly, a 5-bay NAS is the definition of a niche product, but if you’re in the market, this Synology to $613 right now on Amazon, if you’re willing to wait out a backorder. That’s the lowest price ever listed, and well below its usual $770 price tag. [Synology Disk Station 5-Bay Network Attached Storage, $613]

Need some drives to go with it? We recommend WD Reds.


Holy moly, this $80 stick of gum is actually a full-fledged Chrome OS computer that plugs directly into your TV’s HDMI port. Needless to say, it’s not the most powerful computer out there, but it’ll get the job done for video playback and basic computing tasks. Today’s discount isn’t exactly huge, but it’s one of the first deals Amazon’s ever offered, and an all-time low price. [ASUS CHROMEBIT CS10 RockChip 3288-C 2 GB LPDDR3L 16 GB eMMC Google Chrome OS Micro PC, $80]

Don’t forget that you’ll need a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse (or a combination like this thing) to control it.


While they might not conform to the classic look of our favorite chef’s knives, this Cuisinart Advantage knife set is anything but dull (get it?). You can own the whole collection today for just $15, an all-time low price

Don’t let the colors fool you, these knives are stainless steel, and extremely sharp. The set has a 4.7 star Amazon review average on over 1,900 reviews, and while the colors might not seem like your thing, they do help you keep track and avoid cross-contaminating food while you use them. [Cuisinart Advantage 12-Piece Knife Set, $15]


ExOfficio’s Give-N-Go boxer briefs were a finalist in our recent best men’s underwear Co-Op, and $15 is one of the lowest prices we’ve seen on them. That’s still pricey for a single pair of underwear, but reviewers say it’s worth it. Note: I’m seeing the price on black, charcoal, white, and tango (red) colors, so if you don’t see your size in stock, keep clicking around. [ExOfficio Men’s Give-N-Go Boxer Brief, $15]


Unless you’re a professional chef, whenever it comes time to prod your meat with a thermometer to check its doneness, you probably have to pull out your phone and Google the proper temperature. This $7 thermometer though cuts out the middle man, and programs in rare, medium rare, medium, and well done temperatures for five different types of meat. That would be a great price for a thermometer without any added features, so there’s no downside here. [Tribesigns WDJ7009 Smart Digital Meat Thermometer, $7 with code OT6WGNN9]


Whether you enjoy camping, worry about power outages, or just like the idea of being off the grid, this $39 Aukey solar charger can juice up two phones at the same time. [Aukey 20W Dual USB Port Solar Charger for Smartphones, $39 with code RNW8NKKB]


For a limited time on Groupon, new members (i.e. just make a new account) can get a year of Xbox Live today for just $35 with promo code GROUPON10. That’s one of the best prices we’ve ever seen. [12-Month Xbox Live Gold Membership, $35 with code GROUPON10. New members only.]


I remember when $120 might get you a 128GB SSD, if you were lucky. Now, that’s good for half a terabyte. So go buy this thing and get off my lawn. [SanDisk Ultra II 480GB SATA III 2.5-Inch 7mm Height SSD, $119]


Amazon’s in-house magnetic earbuds are actually pretty great, not to mention one of the most popular items we’ve ever posted. They most frequently sell for around $19, but today only, you can get a pair for $13. [Amazon Premium Earbuds, $13]

This is actually part of a larger Gold Box deal on Kindle accessories, so be sure to check out the rest of the options. Some of the cases are good, but you can find better deals on USB cords and chargers. [Kindle Chargers, Cases, and Accessories are all On Sale Today]


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 Motorola SURFboards over the last few years. Today though, this incredibly fast NETGEAR alternative is marked down to just $80, and might be worth a look.

On paper, this actually supports nearly double the maximum download speed of the ultra-popular SB6141: 680mbps vs. 343. Odds are, your cable internet isn’t that fast right now, but you’re buying this to save money in the long run, so you want it to be as futureproof as possible. Just check with your ISP to make sure it’s compatible before you purchase; most maintain lists on their websites. [NETGEAR DOCSIS 3.0 High Speed Cable Modem, $80]


Motion-sensing night lights are great for stumbling to the bathroom at night, sure, but they also work wonders in dark closets and cabinets. Today on Amazon, you can grab three of them for just $17. [OxyLED N08 Motion Sensing Night Light, 3 pack, $17 with code ETLKGUZ6]


Best Buy is currently taking $300 off both the high-end and low-end 12" MacBook today, and if you have access to a .edu email address, you can save an additional $50 as well. That’s the best deal we’ve seen on the world’s most drool-worthy laptop. [$300 off Apple MacBook. Extra $50 discount for students.]


If you still haven’t upgraded to 4K, this is one of the best deals we’ve seen to date. $900 gets you a Samsung 55" 4K smart TV, which is nearly $200 less than Amazon’s current price, and Dell will toss in a $400 promo gift card to sweeten the pot.

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That gift card is only valid for 90 days, but you can use it on anything Dell sells, including video game consoles, computers, speaker systems, and a lot more. [Samsung 55" 4K Smart TV + $400 Dell Gift Card, $900]

Note: Sometimes, Dell pulls these deals without warning, so make sure you see the gift card in your cart before checking out.


We’re starting to see a few more PS4 deals than we used to, and if you’ve had your eye on Street Fighter V, this one is particularly enticing. You’ll actually be paying $10 more than you would for the bundle by itself, but between the headset and the extra game, you’re coming out way ahead. [PS4 Star Wars Battlefront Bundle + Street Fighter V + Sony Silver Wired Headset, $360]


You won’t need to break into a Jamba Juice to get a cheap smoothie, you just need this coupon. [$2 Off a Jamba Juice Smoothie, Juice Bowl or Oatmeal]


TriggerPoint’s “GRID” is one of the most popular foam rollers on the market, and Amazon’s offering the black 13" model for $30 today. You’ll even get some instructional videos to help you get started. [TriggerPoint GRID Foam Roller With Instructional Videos, $30]


Before you head out on your next outdoor adventure, you might want to pick up some of this sub-$20 survival gear. I’m especially interested in the Gonex paracord grenade, which includes an eye knife, cotton tinder, flint, fishing tools, and more.

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Gonex 550 Paracord Grenade Keychain Survival Bundle ($9) | Amazon | Use code CMDL75NY

Outdoor Survival Paracord Bracelet with Fire Starter Scraper Whistle Kits ($7) | Amazon

Etekcity 1500L Water Personal Filter Purifier Chemical Free ($16) | Amazon | Use code I5PAYL2H


Amazon’s in-house exercise bar is fairly priced at its usual $20, but for a limited time, they’re knocking it down to $16, the first discount they’ve ever offered. [AmazonBasics Pull-Up and Exercise Bar, $16]


One of the only downsides of cast iron pans is that they can be a nightmare to clean, but this 4.6 star-rated chainmail scrubber can scrape away caked-on food without hurting your seasoning, or resorting to soap. [Hudson Cast Iron Cleaner XL 7x7 Premium Stainless Steel Chainmail Scrubber, $14]


Unlike those disposable chemical hand warmers, this Zippo lasts for up to 6 hours at a time, and can be reused by filling it with a splash of lighter fluid. Plus, it just looks really cool hot. [Zippo 6-Hour Chrome Hand Warmer, $10]


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