Wireless headphones, thermometers, and speakers lead off today’s best deals. I also hereby declare this day “Prime Hangover Day,” henceforth and forever.

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Babysitting the grill or oven while dinner cooks is nobody’s idea of a good time, but this wireless temperature probe will alert you the moment your food has reached the desired temperature.


That means no more dried out, overcooked meat, and more importantly, no awkwardly taking back your guests’ plates to finish cooking that pink chicken. This $44 set comes with two probes (one to stick into your food, and one to measure the air temperature in your grill or oven) and a 300’ range, which should cover just about any cooking scenario you might encounter. The would have been nice to have for the Fourth of July, but you can use it year round. Just note that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning this price is only available today, or until it’s been picked clean.

The original OontZ Angle is one of your five favorite Bluetooth speakers, but if you need something a little louder, the XL version is on sale for $80 today on Amazon, an all-time low, and about $50 less than usual.

While both the original and XL share a similar design language and IPX5 water resistance, the XL boasts dual 20W drivers (vs. 5 watts in the smaller model), so it should be perfectly capable of filling an entire room or yard with crystal clear music. Just note that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning the price is only available today, or until sold out.

You’ve probably heard a lot of fuss about mechanical keyboards lately, and if not, you’ve at least heard the clicking. If you’re curious to try one yourself without dropping a bunch of money, here’s an entry level model for $30, one of the best prices we’ve ever seen on any mechanical keyboard.


The keys don’t use name brand Cherry MX switches, but the switches it does include should closely mimic Cherry MX blues, which are tactile, loud, and great for typists.

The Acoustech PL-200 subwoofer has something of a cult following in the home theater audio world, and it’s ready to rumble your walls for just $259 on Amazon today, about $70 less than usual. It was briefly down to that price during Prime Day yesterday, but now it’s available to everyone.

Inateck SSD/HDD Enclosure, $8 with code IXSB8PW8

If you have any old hard drives laying around, or if you just want to build a super-fast external SSD to store your files, this 2.5" enclosure can convert a bare storage device into a portable external drive in seconds. Plus, $8 is a match for the best price we’ve ever seen on a model that supports UASP, which enables faster transfer speeds when using an SSD.

If you can help it, I recommend buying laser printers over inkjet, but if you need to print in color on a budget, this wireless Brother printer is a solid deal at $75. Not bad for an all-in-one with a scanner, Wi-FI (including AirPrint and Google Cloud Print support), and the ability to automatically order ink on Amazon when it’s running low.

Mpow has been one of the forerunners of the impulse-priced bluetooth headphones craze on Kinja Deals, and their newer Antelope models feature noise cancellation 6.0 and better battery life, to name a few features.

Seneo Qi Charging Pad, $8 with code IQLBRB4K

If your phone supports Qi wireless charging, $8 is a great price for a charging pad. I recommend stocking up, and scattering these all around your home and office. Just use promo code IQLBRB4K at checkout to get the discount.

If you need a wall charger to plug it into, Samsung’s Qi charger includes one in the box, and is still on sale for $12.

Assuming you haven’t bought a Tesla yet, these discounted BP and ChevronTexaco gift cards essentially represent a few gallons of free gas for your next road trip.

If you missed out yesterday, it seems that Anker’s Prime Day discounts are largely intact. We haven’t checked them all, but a quick scan shows that most are still available, so head over to our earlier post to find all of the products and promo codes.

Back To The Future’s 30th anniversary trilogy pack includes all three movies (complete with bonus features on each disc), plus two complete bonus discs full of mini documentaries and behind the scenes footage. At $20 on Blu-ray (or $15 on DVD), it’s also never been cheaper, and we’d need a DeLorean to know how long it’ll be until it’s on sale again.

Bluetooth headphones and fitness-focused smartphone holders go together like peanut butter and jelly, except much healthier, and you can get one of each for just $22 today from TaoTronics. Just add both items to your cart, and use code EF6ZA9AL at checkout.

DBPOWER Phone Case, $3 with code BJ48JRRJ

Update: Sold out

Even if you aren’t planning on taking underwater photos of children eating watermelon, it never hurts to keep a waterproof phone case handy for rafting trips or beach getaways, especially when they only cost $3.

Still using the $10 pots and pans you bought at Walmart freshman year of college? Do yourself a favor and upgrade to this complete tri-ply set from Cuisinart for just $199, an all-time low.


If you aren’t familiar with tri-ply cookware, it basically sandwiches a layer of aluminum inside the outer stainless steel layers, resulting in a pan that’s durable, induction-compatible, oven safe, and still quick to heat up.

There’s not a lot to say here, except that this looks like a ton of fun and I want one. [Party Barge Floating Beer Pong Table with Cooler, $38]

Ex Machina was one of my favorite movies of 2015, and you can purchase a digital copy on Amazon and iTunes for just $5 today. If you’re on the fence, be sure to check out io9’s interview with the film’s director, Alex Garland.

We basically see this deal weekly at this point, but it bears mentioning if your membership is due to expire in the near future.

Extra 20% Off Clearance with code ZZCLEAR

When I was young, Payless was my happy place. I would find cool shoes that no one else had, and my mom would happily purchase them. So, with an extra 20% off clearance items when you use the code ZZCLEAR, you’ll end up paying single digits for awesome shoes. There’s no reason not to get a pair, or five.

Get $10 or $20 with New Birchbox Subscription using the code FREE100 or FREE200

In my opinion, as someone who frequently buys the newest and best beauty products on an unhealthy level (at least for my wallet), Birchbox is basically a must. So, if you haven’t gotten in on it yet, now is probably the best time. Sign up for a monthly Birchbox and get $10 to spend in their store when you use the code FREE100 or sign up for a whole year and get $20 with the code FREE200.


The Birchbox store is full of the full-size products you get in the boxes, and you earn points when you buy straight from them. Spend spend a $1 in the store, get 10 points (similar to Sephora’s point system). Then, use the points to get whatever you want.

One of the only downsides of cast iron pans is that they can be a nightmare to clean, but this 4.7 star-rated chainmail scrubber can scrape away caked-on food without hurting your seasoning, or resorting to soap. No wonder it’s one of the newest members of our bestsellers club. Today’s $12 deal also happens to be within $1 of an all-time low.





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