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We know you guys like Velcro cable ties, but if you’re interested in a different option for keeping your wires organized, these neoprene zip-up sleeves seem like a great deal [5-Pack Sumsonic 20” Neoprene Cable Management Sleeve, $11 with code QX2RNNLN]

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 $129 today, one of the best deals we’ve seen that didn’t involve a bundled item or mail-in rebate.

If that’s still a little too rich for your blood, the lower end (but still excellent) ATH-M40x and ATH-M30x variants are also on sale for $79 and $49, respectively. There’s a chart on each Amazon page to help you decide which pair is right for you, but all three should satisfy all but the most discerning audiophiles.

Just note that these prices are part of an Amazon Gold Box deal, meaning they’re only available today, or until sold out. [Audio Technica Headphone Sale]

In case you missed it earlier in the month, the best DVR for cord cutters is back in stock, complete with discounted lifetime service.


The TiVo Roamio OTA is the TiVo box you know and love, but designed specifically for users of HDTV antennas. The box itself retails for $50, but it typically comes saddled with a $15 monthly service fee. While supplies last though, you can get the box plus lifetime (of the box, not of you) service for a single, upfront $300 fee. That’s a hefty investment, but it’ll pay for itself in 17 months compared to committing to a monthly fee.

Lifetime service for most TiVos costs an exorbitant $500, so you’re actually saving a ton of money by forgoing the cable card here. Unfortunately, they only seem to sell these boxes in limited quantities, so be sure to grab one before it sells out again. [TiVo Roamio OTA HD DVR with Product Lifetime Service, $300]

If you’re in the market for a new action cam, and only the best will do, you can save a whopping $140 on the top-of-the-line GoPro Hero4 Black today. That’s the best deal we’ve ever seen on this model. [GoPro Hero4 Black, $360]

From time to time, we’ll see USB battery packs with built-in microUSB charging cables, but this model from OLALA swaps that out for an Apple Lightning cable, in addition to a standard USB port.


Granted, it wouldn’t be too hard to find a 6,000mAh battery pack and a Lightning cable for less than $24 combined, but there’s definitely something to be said for not having to worry about packing an extra wire. [OLALA C2 6,000mAh Lightning Charger, $24 with code BL3UY33F]

Alternative: Add a Lightning or microUSB cable to your keychain, and you’ll never find yourself without one.

If you can’t start your day without a morning cup of coffee, but you’re still using an electric drip coffee maker, or even (gasp) a Keurig, you might want to try out a flavor-extracting french press. This inexpensive Homdox model looks nearly identical to the excellent Bodum Chambord, but is significantly cheaper at $17.


If you’re not convinced, know that french press took the #1 spot in Lifehacker’s coffee-making Hive Five, and many coffee aficionados swear by it. And with no disposable filters to buy (not to mention K-Cups, if you’re using a Keurig), this machine could pay for itself over time.

Today’s Amazon deal is the cheapest we’ve ever seen this model, but we don’t know how long it will last, so perk up and lock in your order while you can. [Homdox French Press Coffee & Tea Maker, $17 with code BIL864QQ]

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Yesterday, we shared a deal on Tronsmart’s popular 4-port Quick Charge 2.0 car charger. And while that deal is still available, they’ve upped the ante with a bonus deal on their 3-port QC 2.0 travel charger as well.


Tronsmart Quick Charge 2.0 42W 3 Ports Turbo Wall Charger ($12) | Amazon | Promo code ZE2KM4CI

Tronsmart 54W 4 Ports Rapid Car Charger with Qualcomm Certified Quick Charge 2.0 Technology, $13 with code OUJY9F3R

The original Sony RX100 has had three sequels since release, but it’s still the camera that singlehandedly made point and shoots relevant again.

Considering its most recent incarnation, the RX100-IV clocks in at $950, $398 for the original model is a great price for anyone who wants to take great photos without fiddling with lenses. We’ve seen it a bit cheaper from a few eBay sellers, but this is a match for the best price Amazon has ever offered. [Sony RX100, $398]

If you’re a satisfied Apple Watch owner, but don’t want to pay Apple a month’s rent just for a metal band, this third party option is down to just $25 today, and is available in silver and space grey for both watch case sizes. [Oittm Stainless Steel Apple Watch Band, $25 with code M9T6AYIC]

Woot just did something very un-Wootlike; they added a deal in the middle of the day. And a pretty good one at that!


If you hurry, you can score a PS4 for $300, plus Woot’s standard $5 shipping. While you could certainly argue that various bundles priced at $350 MSRP are better deals, if you’d rather save money upfront, and worry about buying games later, this is one of the best pure discounts we’ve seen. [PlayStation 4, $305]

Steaming is no substitute for ironing, but it’ll get you 90% of the way to a wrinkle free wardrobe in a fraction of the time. Assuming you have room in your closet, this steamer is a steal at $40. [SALAV GS34-BJ Performance Garment Steamer, $40]

If you long for the clickiness and key travel of a mechanical keyboard, this TT eSPORTS Poseidon model is a fantastic option at $80, or nearly $20 less than usual.


With macro programming and advanced backlighting, this is obviously marketed towards gamers, but its shape and design details are fairly vanilla, and its Cherry MX Brown switches are as well suited for general typing as they are for gaming. [Tt eSPORTS POSEIDON Z RGB LED BROWN SWITCH Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, $80]

The iPhone 6 and 6s don’t have the amazing battery life of their oversized brethren, but this $27 battery case can more than make up the difference. We posted this same product last week when it went on sale for $33, so $27 is even more of a no-brainer. [1byone iPhone 6 3100mAh Rainbow Battery Charger Case, $27 with code XJEOKJLB]

Here’s a great stocking stuffer idea for any outdoorsmen in your life this holiday season. Amazon will sell you a stainless steel knife, a sheath, and a flint fire starter all for just $4. The biggest catch is that it’s an add-on item, meaning you’ll need to include it as part of a larger order. [Szco Supplies Tanto Survivor Fire starter Knife, $4]

20% iTunes gift card discounts are great, but they’re not exactly rare. Anything more than that though qualifies as truly exciting, including this $100 gift card for $75. [$100 iTunes Gift Card, $75]

The entire series of Battlestar Galactica is down to $82 today, an all-time low. That’s a big frakking deal. [Battlestar Galactica: The Complete Series, $82]

Halo 5 is out today, and you can already save $10 on the base game, or $30 on the Limited Collector’s Edition.


Halo 5: Guardians ($50) | Amazon | Prime members only. Discount shown at checkout.

Halo 5: Guardians Limited Collector’s Edition ($220) | Woot

While supplies last, if you buy a new Xbox One bundle on Amazon, you can choose an extra game for free. Unfortunately, Halo 5 and Assassin’s Creed Syndicate aren’t available, but there are several recent releases to choose from. [Buy an Xbox One, Choose a Free Game]

If you’re going to emulate NES games on your PC, you might as well do it properly. [Classic USB NES Controller for PC, $6]

Dell includes promotional gift cards with a lot of the items they sell, but this is on a completely different level. If you buy a 55” 4K 3D Sony TV for $1498 (which is the market rate) today, Dell will throw in a $500 promotional gift card for your trouble.


That’s basically good for a free game console with games, or a 4K computer monitor, or even a mid-range computer. The only real caveat is that you have to spend the credit within 90 days. [Sony 55” 4K 3D Smart TV, $1498 + $500 Promo Gift Card]

If this isn’t quite what you’re looking for, check out Dell’s other gift card promotions here.

Note: It should go without saying, but make sure you see the $500 gift card in your cart before you check out. It should be added automatically, but Dell has been known to end these promotions without warning, so double check before you complete your order.

Need a little push to get off the couch, or just want to recreate a viral web stunt? The Fitbit Charge HR is the best fitness tracker for most people, and you can get one for just $110 today ($40 off), which is a match for the best deal we’ve seen on the heart rate-tracking model. [Fitbit Charge HR, $110]

$20 is a great price for a waterproof Bluetooth speaker, but for that price, Aukey will even toss in a waterproof smartphone case. So let’s say you want to use the speaker to listen to music or podcasts in the shower. Now, you can take your phone in there as well to control playback. [Aukey Wireless Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker and Aukey Universal Waterproof Case, $20. Add both to cart and use code GYVW2V3D]

I’m not going to judge you for wanting a Keurig machine. This is a safe place. In fact, even Keurig skeptics might be interested in this refurbished SS-700 coffee maker for $60, or more than $100 off the cost of a new one. [Refurb Keurig SS-700 Coffee Maker, $60]

Target is currently offering $10 back when you spend $40 on health and hygiene essentials, including everything from multivitamins to tampons to lube. Plus, many items ship with a bonus gift card when you purchase multiples, and you can save an extra 10% with promo code CARTWHEEL. [$10 off Select $40 Health and Hygiene Purchases]

Lifehacker readers love Merkur safety razors, and you can get your very own for a great low price today on Amazon.

It might seem intimidating at first, but safety razors can get you a closer shave at a fraction of the cost of cartridge-based systems, and you can even try different types of blades to find one that suits your face. We’re not sure how long Amazon’s going to be shaving the price of the Merkur though, so grab yours on sale while you still can. [Merkur Long Handled Safety Razor, $23]

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