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Audio Technica’s venerable ATH-M50x took home the crown in a recent Kinja Co-Op for best headphones, and Amazon will sell you a pair for $119 today, which is the best deal we’ve ever seen. [Audio-Technica ATH-M50x Professional Studio Monitor Headphones, $119 with code SAVEAT50]


If you prefer to go wireless, JayBird’s popular BlueBuds X Sport Bluetooth Headphones are down to $90 today as well, which is a match for the lowest price Amazon’s ever offered. [JayBird BlueBuds X Sport Bluetooth Headphones, $90]

Today only, Amazon is offering up this 860 watt/1500-volt APC UPS for just $130, or about $30-$40 less than its usual price.


If you use a desktop computer, and you’ve ever lost work due to a brief power outage, this will of course keep your machine running without any interruption. But even if you only use laptops and mobile devices at home, this could still run lamps, your router and modem, or even your TV until the power comes back on.

Just note that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning this price is only available today, or until sold out. [APC BR1500G Back-UPS Pro 1500VA 10-outlet Uninterruptible Power Supply, $130]

The UE Boom Bluetooth speaker is the best you can buy, according to Gizmodo, and Woot will sell you a refurb for $125 today, or $75 off the usual price. You even get to choose your color! [Refurb UE Boom, $125]

The One Where Amazon Sold the Complete Friends Blu-ray For An All-Time Low Price. [Friends: The Complete Series, $80]

Acer’s comfortably-sized Chromebook 13 is priced more like one of its 11” alternatives right now. The internals are nothing to get excited about, but the 13 hour battery life sure is.


Perhaps best of all though, the laptop comes bundled with a dozen GoGo in-flight internet passes. You have to use them within a year of redemption, but if you fly frequently enough, they could be worth more than you paid for the computer. [Acer Chromebook 13, $209]

Ready to speak to the future? For a limited time, Amazon Store Cardholders and new members can save $50 on the surprisingly great Amazon Echo, bringing it down to just $130. That would be a good price for a speaker of this quality on its own, let alone one that can read you the news and convert measurements while you cook.

It’s important to note that this deal is not for Amazon Rewards Visa members; it’s reserved only for holders of the newer, somewhat confusingly-named Amazon Store Card. Unlike the Amazon Visa, the Amazon Store Card can only be used on, and gives you access to special financing offers, plus 5% cash back on all purchases for Prime members. If you do a lot of your shopping on Amazon, you should probably have this card anyway, but the Echo discount is a nice incentive. [Amazon Echo, $130 for Amazon Store Card Holders with code ECHODEAL]

Staight outta Pinterest and onto your wall, these stick-on sheets let you add a chalkboard to any flat surface in your house. Reviews are middling at 3.5 stars, but the slate grey color is just $3 for a set of four right now, compared to $15-$20 for the other options, so they just might be worth checking out. [Wallies Peel and Stick Chalkboard Sheet, Slate Gray, Set of 4, $4]

Skeumorphism might not be everyone’s cup of tea (or cocoa), but this electric space heater simulates the look and feel of a cozy fireplace for $120. That’s the best price Amazon’s ever offered, so suffice it to say, this deal is HOT.


[Bionaire Electric Fireplace Heater with Remote Control, $120]

For a limited time, The Home Depot is taking an extra 20% off Cree’s popular LED light bulbs with promo code CREEBULBS. They’re still more expensive upfront than incandescents or CFLs, but they’ll pay for themselves over time with extremely low energy usage and lifespans that can last for decades. [Extra 20% off Cree LED Light Bulbs with code CREEBULBS]

$15 is a good price for a 50W/5-port USB charger, but that price will also get you a 5-pack of microUSB cables today.


Aukey 50W / 10A 5 Ports Wall Charger and Aukey [5-Pack] Premium Micro USB Cable ($15) | Amazon | Add both to cart and use code OUNEZF8T

We all know it can be hard to properly clean oddly-shaped bottles, vases, and decanters, but these stainless steel pellets give you a fighting chance. Just pour them into the vessel, add water, and shake vigorously to remove any dirt and residue. It might sound like voodoo, but they have solid reviews, and the whole set will only cost you $10. [Riedel 1-3/4-Inch Bottle Cleaner Beads, $10]

The problem with reusable water bottles is that once you’ve finished the water inside, they become a massive waste of space in your bag. Not so for this silicone alternative. Genius. [Foldable Silicone Water Bottle, $12 with code N2D34RC6]

If all of that leaked Fallout 4 gameplay footage has you itching to explore the Commonwealth, this is a friendly reminder that Prime members can save $10 on their console preorder, complete with launch day delivery. [Fallout 4, $50 for Prime members. Discount shown at checkout]

For a limited time, Microsoft will sell you an Xbox One with a Kinect sensor and three games for $399, which is already a $100 discount, then toss in a bonus game of your choice on top. Options include just-released titles like Halo 5 and Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, so this is a great way to start your collection. [Xbox One Kinect 3-Game Holiday Bundle + Free game of your choice, $399]

Staples just kicked off one of the best iPad Air 2 deals we’ve seen, with discounts starting at $100 for 16GB models, and stretching up to $14o for 128GB. I suspect these will start selling out in short order. [$100-$140 off iPad Air 2s]

For a limited time, Amazon’s taking $30 off the sticker price of the two best e-Ink Kindles, including the best deal we’ve seen on the new, 300ppi Kindle Paperwhite, and the first discount we’ve seen on the high-end Kindle Voyage, other than a well-publicized price mistake.


Both devices have sidelit 300 ppi screens and access to Amazon’s deep ecosystem of ebooks, but for the most discerning readers, the Voyage adds slightly better contrast, an ambient light sensor, and pressure-sensitive bezels for turning pages. You really can’t go wrong either way though, and both would make great gifts this holiday season.

Note: These deals are for Prime members only, and the discounts are not shown until checkout.

Kindle Paperwhite, $90

Kindle Voyage, $170

If you’re sick of sorting through mismatched leftover containers, Rubbermaid’s Easy-Find Lid Food Storage Set includes you 21 high quality bowls in six different sizes, and yet, you only have to sort through three different lid sizes for all of them. I bought this awhile back, and it’s life-changing. [Rubbermaid Easy Find Lid Food Storage Set, Plastic, 42-Piece, $15]


And for more permanent food storage—think flour, sugar, or nuts—these bobuCuisine glass capsules are completely airtight, and will look great on your counter. [bobuCuisine Glass Storage Containers with Airtight Lids - Set of 2, $13 with code 2RQN7CJT]

Anker makes some of the most highly-rated and popular external chargers out there, and one of their largest models, the 16,000mAh Astro E5, is down to $29 today, one of the best prices we’ve ever seen. [Anker 2nd Gen Astro E5 16000mAh Portable Charger, $27 with code B2DS9HXB]

This LED desk lamp doesn’t have a USB charging port like some others that we’ve mentioned, but $18 is way below market value for this kind of light. [Aglaia Dimmable Eye-care LED Desk Lamp Reading Light, $18 with code PT3MXYPS]

Complete Blu-ray packs for The Wire and The Sopranos are both cheaper than ever on Amazon today. Combine that with the Breaking Bad deal that we previously mentioned, and you’ve got no shortage of gift ideas for prestige TV nuts.

The Wire, $80

The Sopranos, $100

Breaking Bad, $70

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