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In case you missed it last time, here’s another chance to save 20% on iTunes credit, courtesy of eBay. If you pay for iCloud storage, apps, movies, books, TV shows, or music from iTunes, this is basically free money. [$100 iTunes Gift Card, $80]

You know it’s nice outside in most of the country, because you guys have been snatching up hammock deals as fast as we can post them. But if you still haven’t bought one, here’s a great deal on several Yukon Outfitters models, starting at just $20.


Off the bat we should note that these are camping hammocks, meaning they don’t include a stand, and they’re made of lightweight parachute nylon instead of cotton. That said, as long as you can find two trees close together and a cheap set of tree straps, they should get the job done. One even includes a mosquito net on top if you want to use it as an ultraportable camping tent.

Remember that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning these prices are only available today, or until sold out. [Amazon]

$14 is a great price for a 12,000mAh external battery pack, but mostly I’m posting this one because its slim design and clean corners makes it look less like a slightly inflated balloon than most of its competitors. [Poweradd Pilot S 12000mAh Portable Charger Dual USB External Battery Power Pack, $14 with code J6WAIZL7]

Many newer Android smartphones support a technology called Qualcomm Quick Charge, which allows them to charge up to 75% faster than usual when plugged into a certified high-power charger. Well, this Aukey wall wart is just such a charger, and only $11 right now. Before you buy it though, be sure to check out the product description for a list of compatible phones. [Aukey Quick Charge 2.0 18W USB Turbo Wall Charger (Included an 20AWG 3.3ft Micro USB Cable), $11 with code LUMB8LHS]

Today’s Amazon Gold Box features a pair of unique-looking wireless audio solutions from Harman Kardon. The headphones are basically the wireless version of the Harman Kardon CLs, which Gizmodo really liked, and the Aura speaker features an integrated subwoofer, Bluetooth, AirPlay, and DLNA, not to mention a unique design that you’ll want to show off.

Qy7 Bluetooth earbuds have been one of our biggest hit products of 2015, and you can get a pair of your own for $20 right now. I own a pair, and they work extraordinarily well for the price.[Soundpeats Qy7 V4.1 Bluetooth Earbuds, $20 code USQY7PR2]

1Password is the best looking password manager on the market, and my app of choice. The only real downside is its upfront $50 cost for desktop apps (the mobile apps are freemium). So if you’ve been waiting on a good deal to secure your digital life, the Mac and Windows versions are both marked down to $35 today, which is one of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen. Trust me, it’s worth every penny. [1Password, $35 - Mac | Windows]

If you want to get audio off of your phone and into your car’s speakers, we’ve got three great options for you today. The iClever Himbox requires your car to have an AUX jack, but if that’s not an issue, it’s actually The Wirecutter’s favorite Bluetooth car kit, so you can buy with confidence at $25.

If you don’t have an AUX jack, you also have two FM transmitters to pick from, including one that talks to your phone via Bluetooth, meaning you won’t have to deal with any wires at all.

Today only at Home Depot, $99 gets you a battery powered trimmer/edger and blower/sweeper combo kit from Ryobi. Our deal researcher Corey had this to say: “Have the 24v version of the trimmer. 10/10 Would buy again.” [Ryobi One+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion String Trimmer/Edger and Blower/Sweeper Combo Kit, $99]

If you ever need to work for an extended period in a dark place, such as outdoors at night or under your car, this LED work light will make it a cinch. It actually uses a 72 LED bulbs to produce a bright, wide beam, and can either hang from the ceiling via a built-in hook, or attach to anything metal using the magnets on its back.

You might not need to use this thing often, but there will come a time that you’re glad you bought it. [Elecrainbow Portable 72 Super Bright LED Work Light with Handy Rotatable Hanger and 3 Built-in Magnets, $13 with code E5F9VV5V]

If you need a no-frills computer monitor that’s well-calibrated and backed by a trusted manufacturer, you won’t do better today than this 22” 1080p panel from Dell, down to just $90 on Amazon. [Dell E2215HV 22-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitor, $90]

Do you need this contraption thing to peel, slice, or core your apples and potatoes? No, of course not. But it’s $10, and it’ll look really cool in your kitchen while saving you some food prep time. [Ohuhu Apple and Potato Peeler, $10 with code KBRUOQZ4]

The Nintendo 2DS is your economy class ticket to the 3DS’s deep game library, and Target has the console for $90 today, complete with a copy of Yoshi’s New Island to get you started. [Nintendo 2DS Red Console with Yoshi’s New Island, $90]

You’re an intelligent, worldly consumer of Gawker Media websites, so I’ll assume you’ve seen Firefly. That said, if you know anyone that hasn’t, the complete Blu-ray for $15 is a fantastic gift. [Firefly: The Complete Series, $15]

If you deal with a lot of leftovers, you won’t find a better plastic storage system than Rubbermaid’s Easy Find Lid containers. Today on Amazon, the massive 42 piece set is only $18, which is one of the lowest prices ever listed on the rarely-discounted item.

Unlike a lot of plastic leftover containers, the Rubbermaids are microwave safe, they nest neatly for easy storage, and you only have to deal with three different lid sizes for six different containers. Beyond leftovers, these are also great for packing lunches, or even storing small items like paperclips and rubber bands. [Rubbermaid 42-Piece Easy Find Lid Food Storage Set, $18]


If you prefer glass to plastic, the popular Pyrex 10-piece set is also down to $15 right now. I have the 14-piece equivalent, and absolutely love it. Obviously you’ll be paying more per bowl than the Rubbermaids, but they’re oven-safe and feel a lot nicer, if that’s important to you. [Pyrex 10-Piece Food Storage Set, $15]

This HooToo gadget is actually three devices in one:

  • Travel Router: Turn any ethernet jack you find into a Wi-Fi hotspot, which can still come in handy at certain hotels and conventions.
  • 10,400mAh USB Battery Pack: Keep your phone and tablet charged during a long day away from any power outlets.
  • File Hub: Transfer files and wirelessly stream content from an USB hard drive, or flash drive to all of your devices. Imagine loading a cheap flash drive up with movies for a long trip, instead of, say, buying an expensive iPad with more local storage.

All of those are ideal use cases for travelers, and since it’s an all-in-one solution, it’ll save space in your bag. [HooToo TripMate HT-TM05 Wireless Router for Travel 10400mAh External Battery Charger Power Bank, $44 with code URTP8HJW]

If you don’t care about the file hub capabilities and can get by with a smaller battery pack, there’s another option for $37 that should fit the bill. [HooToo TripMate Elite Wireless Router, $37 with code TYITPSXZ]

We’ve found a pair of solid action cam deals today, including the best pure discount we’ve seen so far on the GoPro HERO4 Silver, which is the best action cam for most people.

Sony AS30 HD Action Cam ($112) | Best Buy

GoPro HERO4 Silver ($329) | eBay

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