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Today’s best deals start off with iPhone X accessories, a Netgear home security system, a Black & Decker Gold Box, and a lot more.

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iPhone X preorders go live on Friday, but you can get a head start on your accessories with these exclusive discounts from Anker.

First up, the PowerPort Speed USB-C charger is basically the Anker equivalent of Apple’s $49 MacBook charger, except it’s only $21. If you buy a USB-C to Lightning cable from Apple, this is the fastest way to charge your new iPhone (though it’s not that much faster than a regular 12W charger).

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Speaking of Lightning cables, you can never have enough of them, and Anker’s nylon-wrapped PowerLine+ cables are on sale as well. You’ve never felt a cable this nice before.

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And of course, if you get your hands on a shiny new iPhone X, you’re going to want to keep it safe, so you can choose from a variety of discounted cases. Note: We were having trouble with the code for the case on the right side of the main image on this post. We’ll put the link back if Anker resolves the issue.

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Samsung’s quantum dot-powered Q7 TV isn’t exactly easy on the bank account, but it would be a stunning upgrade to your home theater, and Amazon just knocked $200 off the previous going rate of the 55" model.

You can read all about quantum dots here, but the long and short of it that they’re the backbone of a backlighting technology that can produce OLED-quality images on a less expensive LCD panel.

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Okay, so with that background out of the way, Samsung’s 2017 Q-series TVs utilize quantum dots to great effect. That Gizmodo review is about the Q9, rather than the Q7 that’s on sale today, but most of it should apply to either set. The Q7 has fewer local dimming zones and a less-premium industrial design, but it’ll still be the best looking TV you’ve ever owned. We’ve seen a couple of $1800 deals on the 65" model from MassDrop, but this is a great price if you don’t have that much space, or want to take advantage of Prime shipping.

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Andoer Track Dolly, $54 with code XCKJ8LFL
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File this one under niche, but cool. For $54, you get a tiny dolly that can move your GoPro, smartphone, or DSLR around in a circle around a small object, or in a straight line. It comes with a remote, and can move at three different speeds. Now get out there and make the next American Vandal.

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It’s backordered by a few weeks, and still priced at a premium by virtue of being cutting edge, but $124 is the best price Amazon’s ever offered on this 256GB microSD card, and about $26 less than usual. If you need to store a lot of 4K footage from your action cam, or games on your Switch, this is as big as these cards come.

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Update: There was a slightly slower model of this card available for $100 last week during an Amazon Gold Box deal.


Amazon Cloud Cam, $120
2-Pack Amazon Cloud Cam, $200 with code 2CLOUDCAM
3-Pack Amazon Cloud Cam, $290 with code 3CLOUDCAM

While Amazon’s Key service has gotten a lot of attention today, you might have missed that you can purchase the associated cloud security camera separately.

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With 1080p recording, night vision, a 2-way intercom, and 24 hours of free cloud clip storage (or more if you sign up for an account), its specs compare very favorably to the Nest Cam, especially at just $120 (compared to $200 for the Nest).

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Plus, this being Amazon, you can buy multiple cameras and save money. Order two and use code 2CLOUDCAM to get them both for $200, or get three for $290 with code 3CLOUDCAM. And if, somewhere down the road, you decide to buy a smart lock, you’ll have everything you need to use Amazon Key.

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Netgear’s new Arlo home security system is a lot like Nest Cam, except the cameras can run off battery power, so you really can stick them anywhere. If that sounds like something you’re looking for, Amazon will sell you a six-camera starter kit for $480, today only. That’s about $150 less than usual, and an all-time low for this bundle, which should cover all but the largest homes, both indoors and out.

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If your old router isn’t cutting it for things like online gaming and 4K streaming, this powerful NETGEAR Nighthawk X8 almost always sells for $250, but Amazon’s marked it down to $200 today, an all-time low.

My favorite feature is that it includes six ethernet ports, compared to the 3-4 most routers include these days. Two of them can even be aggregated to a NAS to double its throughput speed. That’s very niche, but also very, very useful to a certain subset of people..

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There’s a new Amazon Echo coming out at the end of the month, and that means great closeout deals on the old model. Woot has them brand new for $80 shipped in both black and white right now, which is the best price we’ve ever seen.


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Prime exclusive Kindle discounts come around fairly often, but today’s $30 discounts are notable in that they’re available to all Amazon shoppers.

The Kindle, Kindle Paperwhite, and Kindle Voyage are all included in the sale. Most readers will probably want to get the Paperwhite for $90, since the $50 Kindle has a lower resolution screen without a backlight. But if you’ve got the money to spare, the pressure-sensitive bezels and ambient light sensor on the Voyage do make for a superior reading experience.

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To give you some context for these deals, since the holidays are on the horizon, $30 is about as big a discount as you’re likely to see on the Kindle and the Paperwhite; that’s what Amazon offered on Prime Day this year. The Voyage, however, has been discounted as much as $5o in the past, on rare occasions.

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Update: You can also save an extra $35 on the Voyage by buying refurbished.

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Etekcity 2-Pack Smart Plugs, $26 with code 855XJ38T
Etekcity 2-Pack Smart Plugs, $26 with code 855XJ38T
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Smart outlet switches have become the atomic unit of smart home gadgetry, and you can get two Alexa-compatible switches (with energy monitoring!) for just $13 each today with promo code 855XJ38T.

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You don’t need to sell a kidney to afford noise-cancelling Bluetooth headphones; these 4 star-rated Cowin E-7s are just $40 right now, or $30 off with promo code 9H9778YO.

They might not have the brand recognition of Sony or Bose, but these headphones pack in 30 hours of battery life, and yes, active noise cancellation that reviewers say works really well.

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EveShine RGB Bias Light, $10 with code AO62ENGB
EveShine RGB Bias Light, $10 with code AO62ENGB
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We see a lot of deals on home theater bias lights, but even by our standards, $10 is insanely cheap for an RGB model. Just stick it to the back of your TV, plug it into a USB port, and control it with the included remote.

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iClever Bluetooth Headphones, $17 with code PXNV65EL
iClever Bluetooth Headphones, $17 with code PXNV65EL
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You could fill a swimming pool with sub-$20 Bluetooth earbuds, but not many of them boast 8mm drivers, let alone 10 hours of battery life. Even if you already own a pair you like, I recommend getting extra sets of headphones to keep in your gym bag or luggage, for when you inevitably forget your favorites.

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Extra PureVPN savings with code PRIVACY20
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There’s a nasty new Wi-Fi exploit out in the wild these days, but you can protect yourself from prying eyes (and get around geo-blocked content too) with a VPN subscription.

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Lo and behold, PureVPN is offering some pretty stellar discounts right now when you use promo code Privacy20:

  • 24 months for $62.40 ($2.60 per month)
  • Six months for $42.96 ($7.16 per month)
  • One month for $8.76

PureVPN encrypts and obscures all of your internet traffic from everyone from malicious hackers to your ISP to the government, and includes some cool features like a kill switch to automatically disconnect your Wi-Fi if the VPN stops working, as well as split tunneling, which can route some of your traffic through the VPN, while letting the rest go through your ISP.

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Today only, Amazon’s running two great deals on Black & Decker tools to help you with your next DIY project.

First up, you can get a 20V cordless drill/driver and an impact driver (with one shared battery) for just $60. That’s an all-time low, and a solid discount from its usual $70-$100 price range. If all you have at home is an entry-level drill, these will be a nice upgrade with a lot more power.

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Second, you can score a height-adjustable project center and vise for an all-time low $80. It’s strong enough to hold up to 550 pounds, and when you’re done, it even folds up flat to hang on the wall of your garage.

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Again, these prices are only available today, and they could very well sell out early.

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You may believe that electric carving knives don’t do anything a sharp knife can’t do, and you might be right. But, Alton Brown, the unitasker denouncer himself, uses one to cut his Thanksgiving turkey. Plus, you can use it to cut corn off the cob, carve chicken, roasts, ham, and bunch of other stuff that would normally require a little more finesse.

Normally selling for $23+, this Hamilton Beach carving knife is just $15 today. So you can save some money and effort while carving your turkey this year.

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Dinosauria Poster, $30 with code SALEONTOLOGY
Dinosauria Poster, $30 with code SALEONTOLOGY
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You were so preoccupied with whether or not you could buy this poster for 20% off with code SALEONTOLOGY that you didn’t stop to think if you should.

Hold on to your butts.


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You can warm up next to Amazon’s best-selling space heater for $47, which is its lowest price we’ve seen since last May. It oscillates, has an 8-hour timer, and comes highly-recommended with almost 5,000 reviews and a 4.3-star rating.

I recommend grabbing another one for your over-cooled office building too.

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Garment Bags with Shoe Bag, $10 with code D69VUOF5
Garment Bags with Shoe Bag, $10 with code D69VUOF5
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Garment bags are the perfect solution for keeping fancy clothing safe while traveling, but I highly recommend storing those suits and dresses in one of these even in a closet. For $10, you can grab a 3-piece garment bag set, plus a shoe bag, with the code D69VUOF5.

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With this set of ten OXO Good Grips Pop Containers, the days of snacks going stale are no more. $80 is, with a few short-lived exceptions, about as cheap as this set ever gets, and it would make a great holiday gift as well. Fill it with anything and store it much easier than that half-open bag of chips you’re using a binder clip to hold closed.

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Bodum’s pour-over coffee maker is as beautiful as it is functional, and Amazon’s marked it down to $14 today, the best price they’ve ever listed on the 34 ounce model. Hopefully, you take your coffee makers like you take your coffee: Black. Because that’s the only color on sale today.

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Typically selling for $175+, this fire pit features a deep bowl for bigger, but safer fires. Unlike more inexpensive steel fire pits, this one is made of cast iron and built to last. It weighs 60 pounds and will take a couple of extra days to ship, which gives you a little more time to get s’mores ingredients.

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Even outside of holiday decorations, these (almost) 20-foot solar-powered strands can add a nice ambiance to your backyard or any event, without needing a power cord. They’re just $8 today with code QQRHRXAU, so start stringing.

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Aukey Dash Cam, $50 with code YP3MX6P8
Aukey Dash Cam, $50 with code YP3MX6P8
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Dash cams can really save your butt in the event of an accident, and they can even see ghosts, so for $50, it’s probably worth buying one. This model from Aukey includes a 1080p Sony sensor and 170 degree field of view, two different mounting options, and capacitors that are rated to work in temperatures from -4°F to 149°F.

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2-Pack Aukey LED Mini Flashlights, $8 with code EL75HD47
2-Pack Aukey LED Mini Flashlights, $8 with code EL75HD47
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Mini LED flashlights belong in every drawer, glove box, and tool chest, and you can get two of Aukey’s new flashlights for $9 today with code EL75HD47. Unfortunately, they don’t include a rechargeable battery, but you can always pick up rechargeable AAs.

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Cylen Seat Cushion, $14 with code HTEMXR7S
Cylen Seat Cushion, $14 with code HTEMXR7S
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We’ve posted a lot of deals lately on these coccyx seat cushions, but $14 is one of the best prices we’ve seen to date, and this particular model is one of Amazon’s top sellers. These will improve posture and ease back pain in any chair where you spend a lot of time, from the office to the car to a long flight.

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Cascade Complete ActionPacs, $11 after $4 coupon
Cascade Complete ActionPacs, $11 after $4 coupon
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You need dishwasher detergent anyway, so you might as well buy it on sale. While supplies last, Amazon’s offering a $4 coupon on this 78-pack container of Cascade Complete ActionPacs, nearly a 25% savings.

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Rolling carry-ons are great, but everyone should keep a good duffel bag or two in their collection as well. They can carry a ton of gear, can fit awkwardly-sized items, and they pack down to basically nothing when they aren’t in use.

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With its durable, water-repelling fabric, backpack straps, and attractive design (as duffels go, anyway), Eagle Creek’s Cargo Hauler is one of our favorite duffels out there, and all four sizes are on sale today, in a variety of colors.

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Just note that not every color is on sale at every size (with the exception of Large), so make sure you’re selecting one of the cheaper models before you check out.

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(No, I don’t know why the M and XL models are in German)


Coop Home Goods Premium Adjustable Loft, $36 - $42 with code HJG85O5L
Coop Home Goods Premium Adjustable Loft, $36 - $42 with code HJG85O5L
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These Coop Home Goods adjustable loft pillows are hypoallergenic, machine-washable, and insanely popular - they have almost 14,000 reviews on Amazon and a 4.3-star rating. Plus, they’re all 35% off today with code HJG85O5L.

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Magnetic Wristband, $8 with code JWBEUCWX
Magnetic Wristband, $8 with code JWBEUCWX
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Magnetic wristbands are incredibly handy for doing work around the house, and this one’s only $8 with promo code JWBEUCWX today.

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4-Pack 12 LED Solar Motion Lights, $18 with code XNLCDGP3
4-Pack 12 LED Solar Motion Lights, $18 with code XNLCDGP3
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Most of us will soon be enduring the season of perpetual darkness, in which the sun is already setting by the time we leave the office. So really, there’s never been a better time to install some affordable solar motion lights around the outside of your home. You can stick them anywhere that gets a sliver of sun during the day, and they don’t require any wiring.

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The Nest Learning Thermostat usually costs $250, or maybe $200 if you find a good sale, but today at Home Depot, you can pick up a refurb of the previous generation model for only $139. The only real difference between this and the current edition is that it has a smaller screen, and it’s not like you’re watching movies on the thing.


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When is a pen worth $40? Possibly never, but the GP 1945 makes a really strong case.

This Kickstarter campaign is set to ship out pens starting in November, and the demo unit they sent me is incredibly impressive. My titanium model is very solid and well built (there’s also a lighter aluminum version), to the point that I don’t think I could break it if I tried. The butt cap also doubles as a glass breaker for emergencies, the diamond knurled finger grip works as a small ruler, and you can even blow into the back of the tube to to use it as a survival whistle.

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Gifs don’t do the bolt action mechanism justice

The real star of the show here though is the bolt action method of extending and retracting the tip of the pen. It gives you enough resistance to be satisfying, but not enough to be slow or frustrating, and it makes a very addictive click when the mechanism slides into place. I have no less than four fidget toys in heavy rotationon my desk, but clicking this pen was all I wanted to do today.

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There’s only about a week left of the campaign, but you can still get aluminum GP 1945s for under $40, or titaniums for under $70. That’s a lot to spend on yourself, but these would make great gifts for the holidays. Plus, if you pledge $8 extra and include a note, they’ll throw in a magnesium pen core that you can use to start a fire. Just take it out and rub it against the finger grip to generate a spark.

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If you think you don’t need new socks, you’re probably wrong. Especially with the change of the season and the ability to lose a single sock at any time of the day, this 20% off sale from Backcountry is for you. Grab some pairs from Smartwool (maker of your favorite socks), DarnTough, Icebreaker (both in the top five of your favorite socks), Pendleton, and more.

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Get the waterproof protection you want, with the breathability of a sweatshirt with Under Armour’s Swacket (yes, it’s really called that). Right now, they’re taking 25% off all their styles of swackets (it doesn’t get less awkward to type that) and have the right outerwear for the awkward weather we’re having.


Indochino Black Friday Sale, $349 with code KINJA17
Indochino Black Friday Sale, $349 with code KINJA17
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Our readers have purchased thousands of custom-tailored suits over from Indochino the last few years, and as a result, they’re unlocking their Black Friday sale early, just for us. For a limited time, take your pick of 65 suit styles—most of which are part of their latest collection—for just $349 with promo code KINJA17.

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These suits regularly sell for $799, and even the ones that have been available in previous sales have never been this cheap before. Again, this is the exact pricing and selection they’ll offer on Black Friday, so there’s no reason to wait and see if a better offer comes along next month.

You do not have to go through the measurement and customization process to lock in this discount. You can checkout now and submit later, which makes it very easy to gift a suit.

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Having a suit that fits perfectly is great, but the little details Indochino lets you customize, from your jacket lapels to pocket flaps to accent stiching around your buttons, are where things get fun.

How It Works

Measure and customize from home...

Follow the directions on Indochino’s site to submit your measurements and customize your suit. Once the suit arrives, if anything doesn’t fit quite right, Indochino will provide directions for your local tailor, along with a $75 credit to cover their work. If for whatever reason your tailor cannot resolve the issues, Indochino will remake your suit. Shipping and return shipping are free.

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If you live near a showroom...

Purchase your suit online with our discount and take your receipt/account info into an Indochino showroom. They’ll do your measurements, walk you through your customization options, and have your suit delivered to the showroom. Return once it arrives for any final alterations if they’re needed.

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Let us know what you’ll be wearing to your next event (or day at the office) in the comments.


Extra 20% off sale styles with code 20EXTRA
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When it comes to having a corner on the market, nothing really compares to Nike. And right now, use the code 20EXTRA and take an extra 20% off their sale styles for both men and women. Everything you could need for a good workout wardrobe is included, from apparel, to sneakers, to gear.


Dorco Pace Frugal Dude Pack, $24 with code KINJA1024
Dorco Pace Frugal Dude Pack, $24 with code KINJA1024
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$48 for a year’s-supply of razor blades is a great deal, especially from Dorco. $24 for the same pack (with code KINJA1024) is downright unbelievable.

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That price includes a mishmash of products, but basically, it boils down to 28 cartridges, including a mix of three, four, and six-blade models. Obviously, it depends on how often you shave, but for many of you, that should last at least a year. It would probably last me like three.


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Levi’s is a classic American denim brand, and they make your favorite pair of men’s jeans (no surprise there). Right now, they’re giving you up to 75% off a ton of styles during their Warehouse Event. Obviously there is tons of denim to choose from, but also tops, outerwear, and more.

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Braun Beard/Hair Trimmer, $27 after $3 coupon
Braun Beard/Hair Trimmer, $27 after $3 coupon
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With fully 39 different length settings between 1 and 20 mm, Braun’s Beard & Hair trimmer is perfectly suited for, well, both your beard and your hair. It even comes with a free Gillette Fusion ProGlide razor with FlexBall to tidy up your edges. $30 is an all-time low price on its own, but Amazon’s also offering a $3 coupon to sweeten the deal even futher.

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Dark Matter, $4 [Kindle]
Dark Matter, $4 [Kindle]
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Dark Matter, by Blake Crouch of Wayward Pines fame, is a must read for any sci-fi fan, and one of the best books I’ve read this year. If you don’t have it on your Kindle yet, I wouldn’t hesitate to download it for $4.

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Kindle Unlimited is basically Netflix for ebooks and audiobooks, and Amazon’s offering a very rare discount on the service today. You’ll save 33% off the $10/month regular price when you buy one year, or 40% when you purchase two. If you love to read, this should pay for itself, and it would also make a great holiday gift for the bookworm in your life.


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For better or worse, our lives exist largely in the cloud these days, and that shows no signs of changing. So if you want to understand how it works, and maybe even find gainful employment managing those massive server racks, Humble’s latest book bundle is here to help.

Pay what you want to download DRM-free ebooks that teach you about Azure, AWS, and more. You can get get all 16 titles for as little as $15, or fewer books at two lower price tiers.

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Update 10/25: Back in stock on Amazon, in addition to Microsoft, GameStop, and Best Buy. Thanks, RSWilson!

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I probably wouldn’t expect Nintendo-like supply shortages, but if you want to be absolutely sure to get an Xbox One X at launch, preorders are live now.

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Who says it’s two early to think about holiday gifts? Enjoy a little gift every day with this LEGO City Advent Calendar. $25 gets you 24 different pieces, including six different minifigures (one of which is Santa). It’s the perfect little pre-holiday gift that any kid, or toy-obsessed adult, would enjoy.

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PS4 deals are hard to come by, and PS4 Pro deals even rarer still, so if the 4K-capable console has been on your wish list, you can get it bundled with free copies of Destiny 2 and Dishonored: Death of the Outsider courtesy of Newegg’s eBay storefront today.

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Humble’s Day of the Devs bundle is back, and you can pay what you want for up to eight PC games, plus a VIP ticket to Day of the Devs in San Francisco, and a $2 Humble wallet credit if you’re a Humble Monthly member. Highlights this time around include Grim Fandango, Abzu, and Day of the Tentacle Remastered, and the top price tier is only $9, so get on this one.


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A recent Target ad announced that they’d have SNES Classics available online on November 1, but the catch is that it’s only going to be available for Target REDCard holders.

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But really, if you ever shop at Target, you ought to get a REDCard anyway. It comes in both credit and debit card varieties (the latter just draws directly from any bank account), has no annual fee, and gets you 5% off everything Target sells, plus free shipping on all online orders.


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How is it that the most emo Star Wars villain gets the coolest ship? This LEGO Kylo Ren Tie Fighter kit comes with three minifigures (including a new Kylo Ren with a facial scar - spoiler alert), a real cockpit, and most importantly of all, BB-9E.

The set came out last month for $80, but if you warp over to Amazon, you can get it for an all-time low $64.

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I’ll never understand how, in 2017, Microsoft still ships Xbox One controllers without built-in rechargeable batteries, but at least there’s an easy fix. Get two battery packs and a charging cradle for $18 today with promo code 7TZW34B5. You don’t have to use the cradle if you don’t want to; any microUSB cable will do the job.

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Air Hogs’ Starship Enterprise drone would be the ultimate gift for the Star Trek fan in your life this holiday season, so go to warp factor 8 and get over to Jet while it’s just $30, the best price we’ve ever seen.


20% off gaming accessories. Promo code TWITCHCON20.
20% off gaming accessories. Promo code TWITCHCON20.
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TwitchCon 2017 kicked off today, and Amazon’s celebrating the best way they know how: With a sale. Save 20% on any of the gaming peripherals you see on this page with promo code TWITCHCON20, including popular gear from Logitech, Razer, Corsair, and more.


When CogniToys asked me to check out their latest educational toy, STEMosaur, I was fearful it would end up in the pile of “nothing special” STEM toys that litter my kids’ room. I was absolutely wrong.

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At just $99, an Indiegogo exclusive price for Kinja readers, STEMosaur packs an inordinate amount of education, games, jokes, core coding concepts, and more into his softly textured plastic shell.

My six year old was excited to fit plastic parts, drive screws, and connect ribbon cables to assemble her new toy. After installing the CogniToys app and getting him connected to the internet, STEMosaur’s gruff little voice came to life as he immediately started asking and answering questions. My daughter was soon playing games, learning facts, and laughing through full conversations with him.

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In minutes, STEMosaur went from a box of parts, to a toy, to a playmate, to a companion. Your $99 Indiegogo pledge (expected to ship in December) gets you a smart educational toy with near infinite replay value, thanks to a solid out-of-the-box design and regular CogniToys system updates. As an added bonus, he’s cute and falls low on the ever-growing list of STEM toys in my home that may one day become sentient and kill my family.


Super Mario Odyssey, $48 for Prime Members
Super Mario Odyssey, $48 for Prime Members
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Super Mario Odyssey is only a few days away, and here’s a friendly reminder that if you have Amazon Prime, you can preorder it for $12 off (discount shown at checkout). This deal is valid up until release day, but Amazon’s been known to sell out of preorders of popular Nintendo games in the past, so it might behoove you to place your order early.

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The Switch bundle is sold out, but can still get the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con without the game for $300.

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