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Sometimes, it’s a Friday afternoon in July, and a deal pops up that’s the embodiment of a Friday afternoon in July. This is one of those deals.

  • 40 qt. cooler holds up to 48 cans or 28 beer bottles and advanced insulation technology keeps ice frozen for up to 3 days. Comes with detachable cooler flashlight (3 AAA batteries not included)
  • 350 watts maximum output power Bluetooth digital music player and FM radio with two built-in 6.5” Hi-Fi water-resistant speakers and two 2” high performance tweeters
  • XLR microphone/instrument input, 1/4 inch instrument input, 12 volt power outlet plug (cigarette lighter port), 2 standard 3.5mm auxiliary jacks, powered USB port, USB data port and SD card slot to play MP3 /WMA music (supports up to 32GB)
  • Built-in rechargeable battery lasts up to 16 hours of playing time and come with 100-240V AC/17V DC adaptor also built in weather resistant storage for iPad and charging compartment for iPhone/Smartphone
  • Heavy-duty wheeled design with long, telescoping handle for easy transport and extra large side handles with convenient bottle openers

[TUNES2GOKoolMAX Bluetooth 350-Watt Portable PA Speaker/48 Can Cooler, $311 after $50 coupon]

After years of using a traditional suction cup dashboard mount for my phone, I recently converted to lower profile vent mounts, and you’ve got two (one magnetic, the other not) to choose from today for just $6.


Aukey Magnetic Cradle-less Car Air Vent Mount Smartphone Holder Cradle ($6) | Amazon | Use code U7LXHT85

Aukey Universal Car Air Vent Mount Smartphone Holder Cradle ($6) | Amazon | Use code U7LXHT85

Update: If you prefer a suction cup mount, the iOttie One Touch 2, which is the follow-up to the mount you voted as your favorite on Kinja Co-Op, is on sale now as well. [iOttie One Touch 2, $18 with code EX2638R7]

Jabra’s MOVE Bluetooth headphones are Gizmodo’s top entry-level pick in the category, and Amazon’s taking $30 off their usual price today.

In addition to great looks, the MOVE features 8 hours of active battery life, and nearly two weeks of standby time, meaning you shouldn’t have to babysit the battery. Plus, you get a built-in microphone for calls, and a removable cable so you can use them on an airplane as well. Most importantly though, Gizmodo claims they sound just as good as Jabra’s excellent REVO headphones, which retail for nearly twice as much.


Today’s $70 deal is a match for an all-time low, but we’re not sure how long it will last, so pick up a pair while you can. [Jabra MOVE Bluetooth Headphones, $70]

It’s not quite as seamless as plugging in a Nest Cam, but this Foscam home security camera can broadcast live to your smartphone, alert you via email when it detects motion, upload images to any FTP server, and store files directly to a hard drive or SD card with no monthly fee. Not bad for $55. [Foscam C1 Indoor HD 720P Wireless Plug and Play IP Camera with Night Vision Up to 26ft, $55 with code C1BKSALE]

Note: Foscam also offers an optional cloud DVR service starting at $8/month.

If you’re in the market for a cheap Bluetooth speaker, you’ve got two great options to choose from today, including one that you can take into the shower.


Mpow Mbox Portable Aluminum Bluetooth Speaker-White/Black ($38) | Amazon | Use code 9JZZOJFP

Inateck MercuryBox Aluminum Water Resistant Bluetooth 4.0 Speaker ($50) | Amazon | Use code JARIXKW7

If you spent somewhere between $350 and the GDP of Estonia on your Apple Watch, so you might as well spend $5 more on a nice charging cradle for your nightstand. The catch is that since this model holds the watch vertically, it won’t work with watchOS 2’s alarm clock mode, but if that doesn’t bother you, it’s a fantastic deal. [Apple Watch Stand with Cable Routing, $5 with code XOTY4FDT]

You guys buy a lot of LED desk lamps when we post good deals on them, and this is one of the cheapest we’ve seen. Despite the price, you still get five brightness settings and 270 degrees of adjustability. [OxyLED Smart L100 Eye-care LED Desk Lamp, $27 with code 13OFL100]

Sony’s HX50V is notable in the point and shoot world for its ridiculous 30x optical zoom, and if you buy it from Best Buy today, you’ll get a bonus $50 gift card. [Sony Cybershot HX50V 20.4 Megapixel Digital Camera w/ $50 Gift Card, $300]

Note: Gift card will show up in your cart automatically.

This single serve MyJo coffee maker uses Keurig K-cups (yes, yes, I know they suck. Please hold your comments), yet it only costs $12, can fit in a carry-on, and doesn’t even require electricity to operate. It probably doesn’t make amazing coffee, but it seems like a pretty great setup for traveling. [Presto MyJo K-Cup Single Cup Coffee Maker, $12]

Want a more traditional K-Cup brewer? [Ekobrew Universal K-Cup Brewer for Keurig 2.0 and 1.0 K-cups, $60. Discount shown in cart]

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Today only, Amazon’s offering up great deals on bikes for the whole family from Schwinn, Mongoose, Pacific, and more. Just note that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning these prices are only available today, or until sold out. [Get Up to 40% Off Select Bikes, Balance Bikes, or a Bike Trailer]

The PS4’s Silver headset isn’t wireless, but still, it’s tough to beat a 7.1 channel gaming headset for $20. [PS4 Silver Wired Headset, $23 with code EMCAVKV37. Also $25 on Amazon with Prime shipping]

Today only, you can own the first six Fast & Furious movies on Blu-ray + Digital Copy for just $30, an all-time low. Plus, if you add a preorder for Furious 7 to your cart when you check out, you’ll save $5 on that as well. [Fast & Furious 6-Movie Collection, $30]

If you want to try out Chrome OS with as little cash outlay as possible, this refurbished Acer for $110 is just about the best price we’ve ever seen. The specs are nothing special, but they’re no worse than your typical ~$200 Chromebook. [Refurb Acer 11.6” Chromebook, $110]

If you missed out on yesterday’s Prime Day deal on Bose SoundTrue headphones, Best Buy has matched that $80 price tag today, which was an all-time low. These are The Wirecutter’s favorite on-ear headphones, and we doubt they’ll be in stock for long. [Bose SoundTrue Headphones, $80]

Feel like shopping anywhere other than Amazon after yesterday’s Prime Day overload? You’re in luck, because eBay is taking $15 off every $100 you spend on a selection of gift cards to various stores and restaurants. Assuming they’re places you would have shopped anyway, that’s basically free money.


Some of your best bets include the PlayStation Store, Xbox Live, Jiffy Lube, and Legal Sea Food, but be sure to head over to eBay to see the entire collection. [$15 off Every $100 in Gift Cards]

Note: If you’re having trouble with the deal on your phone, try using a desktop. We’re seeing reports that it’s a little buggy on mobile

The massive Anker Astro E7 Ultra-High Capacity 25,600mAh 3-Port External Battery Pack has matched its Prime Day pricing, $30 off its previous low. That’s enough juice to keep the average smartphone running for a week or more. [Anker E7, $50 with code ANK4999S]

Kinja Deals readers buy a ridiculous amount of Anker Power Banks, and this deal still elicited a “holy shit” from our team. Get it while you can.

Kmashi’s stupid-cheap line of external batteries are some of the most popular items we’ve ever posted, but this is the first deal we’ve seen on their higher-end MP828 model.

So what (besides the ridiculously cheap price) sets this battery pack apart? Most notably, it comes with a 5A AC power brick that can charge the entire battery in under four hours, which is more than twice as fast as it would charge with a MicroUSB cable. To give you a sense of context, Kmashi claims that plugging this battery in for just 25 minutes will give it enough juice to charge a dead iPhone 5s to 100%.


In a world drowning in nearly-identical external battery packs, that qualifies as an innovation in my book. Of course, you can still charge it with a microUSB cable if that’s all you have handy as well. [Kmashi MP828 20000mAh Power Bank, $22 with code SFA4VPGB]





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