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The Braun Series 7 is your favorite electric razor, and Amazon’s marked it down to an all-time low $115 today, complete with a cleaning and charging base. That’s still a lot of money, but it rarely drops below $160, so I say treat yourself.
Even if you own more USB battery packs than you know what to do with (guilty), they would make great holiday gifts for your less tech-savvy friends and family members, and three different models are on sale in today’s Amazon Gold Box.
Amazon’s Gold Box is full (21 pages full) of up to 50% off Calvin Klein clothing and accessories. Everything from suits and sport coats for men, to dresses and those famous CK undies for women. There are even some really great winter coats as well.
Not only does this 6-quart Crock-Pot come with a digital timer to program cooking times, it also ships with an adorable 16 ounce heated dipper to serve dips and sauces at the table. $30 would be a great price for the Crock-Pot on its own, so be sure to dip into this deal before it sells out.
I know, I know, Beats headphones don’t have the best sound quality. Spare me your comments. But the new Solo3s include 40 hours of battery life, a folding design, and comfortable ear pads, not to mention the new W1 chip for easy pairing with Apple devices. For a limited time, you can save $80 on a pair from Amazon, which is a great discount for such a new product.
If you own pets, but don’t want to own a colony of ants, you need to keep your kibble locked up tight. IRIS’s airtight pet food container kit is a bestseller on Amazon, and you can own it for an all-time low $13 today, complete with a smaller bin for cat food or treats.
Once you have a Hub, you can add motion sensors, smart outlets, water leak sensors, and more to expand the system’s capabilities. You could also opt for the Home Monitoring Kit for $150, down from $200, which includes a Hub and several sensors in one box.
On paper, this TP-Link modem is functionally identical to the venerable Motorola Surfboard SB6183, but you can get it for a fraction of the price; just $60 today, vs. $89 for the Motorola. If you’re still paying your ISP a modem rental fee every month, this should pay for itself in short order.
Update: Sold out on Amazon, but also available from Staples.
Apple’s Time Capsule is a pretty solid 802.11ac router on its own, but its real selling point (at least for Mac owners) is its built-in 2TB hard drive for backing up your files via Time Machine. For a limited time, Amazon’s is taking $100 off both 2TB model for Prime members, which is a match for the best price we’ve ever seen.
One of the best wireless router deals we’ve ever seen is running right now at T-Mobile, of all places. $59 gets you a rebranded ASUS RT-AC68U AC1900 router (with code WIFI40), which is about $100 less than buying it from Amazon, and an amazing deal on our readers’ recently crowned favorite router.
This version has some T-Mobile branding and claims to be optimized for Wi-Fi calling, but under the hood, it’s just a standard (and very popular) Wi-Fi router. The deal is available to everyone, even if you aren’t a T-Mobile customer, but it’s sold out quickly a few times in the past (albeit at slightly lower prices), so don’t hesitate.
Your favorite USB car charger just happens to be the smallest one you can buy, and you can grab it on Amazon for $8 today with code AUKCARCS. We’ve seen it go as low as $6 on a few occasions, but this is a match for the best deal we’ve seen this year, if it’s been on your wish list.
This tablet is a steal at its usual $70, but this discount actually brings its price down to match the entry-level Fire Tablet, which has a worse (albeit slightly larger) screen, a slower processor, and less battery life. I could think of worse stocking stuffers.
iTunes gift card discounts are noticeably less common than they used to be, and while we do see 20% discounts from time to time, a $100 iTunes gift card for $85, or a $50 card for $42.50 is still a solid deal if you pay for apps, movies, Apple Music, iCloud storage, or PokéCoins.
We see deals on WeMo switches and TP-Link Smart Plugs on a pretty regular basis, but this similar product from Koogeek is Apple HomeKit certified, and only $26 today.
Like those other smart switches, the Koogeek Wi-Fi Smart Plug includes an app for turning your electronics on and off, and putting them on a schedule. The key difference here is that you can also control it with Siri from your phone, or from Control Center in iOS 10 (coming soon). That’s a big deal if you’re an iPhone owner, and with promo code KINJA248, you’re not even paying a premium for it.
If you want to get your furry friend looking good for holiday photos, today’s Amazon Gold Box deal on Oster pet products is here to help.
Inside, you’ll find shampoos, a de-shedder, clippers, electric nail files, and more; basically everything you need to run a DIY pet grooming salon. Just remember that like all Gold Box deals, these prices are only available today, or until sold out.
Black Friday ads have shown the Nutri Ninja will be on sale for $70 at various retailers, but there’s no need to wait; Amazon’s already marked it down to $69.
The Nutri Ninja features timed blending modes that do all the work for you, and comes with three different sized blending jars, so you can make a smoothie to go, or up to 32 ounces at a time to share.
I can’t promise that buying Rocket League Collector’s Edition (which comes with a ton of DLC) will lead to a job with Shaquille O’Neal and thousands of dollars in prize money. But I can promise that you’ll have fun. $20 is the best price Amazon’s ever listed.
Update: Sold out again
The Krinner Christmas Tree Genie carries a 4.7 star rating and an Amazon top seller badge, and it’s easy to see why. It can adjust to hold trunks between 1″ and 7″ in diameter, it closes with the press of a foot pedal, and even features a built-in level indicator so nobody has to yell timber.
$63 isn’t chump change, but it’s within $3 of an all-time low price on a product that you’ll reuse year after year, so it’s probably worth the investment. We saw a deal on this a few weeks ago sell out within hours, so don’t hesitate.
Inkkas are based 0n keeping shoes fair trade, while maintaining a sense of style. If you’ve been considering trying out their incredibly diverse and vast selection of shoes, an exclusive 25% discount should sway you. Use the code KINJA and get your own pair of Inkkas today.
Inkkas creates sneakers and shoes for everyone. From fabric made in, and inspired, by Latin America (where almost every shoe is made) to super soft, premium leather, every style has been created to make a statement. I have a pair of the Mustang Leather High-Tops and they’re super comfortable to wear all day. They’re also a thousand times better looking than a lot of other high-top sneaker options out right now.
If you already love Inkkas or have been eyeing a pair, tell us in the comments!
Bar none, Sport-Brella is the ultimate beach umbrella, and Amazon’s discounting the red model for just $30 today, an all-time low.
Unlike a regular umbrella, Sport-Brella leans backwards and attaches to the sand with stakes, creating a kind of semi-private cocoon with enough space for a couple of chairs and a cooler. Best of all, it sets up in about five minutes (once you know what you’re doing), and can provide a full day’s worth of privacy and sun protection.
You don’t necessarily need an internet-connected outlet switch to flick your lights on and off on a schedule; you just need this $10 gadget. It can actually program two separate outlets, and includes sunset and random time modes, which is perfect for making it seem like somebody’s home while you’re away.
The best toaster oven almost never goes on sale, but Amazon’s offering rare disconts today on four different models.
Unless you happen to own some other beautiful Breville products we recommend, it’ll almost certainly be the best-looking appliance in your kitchen. I got one of these as a wedding gift several months ago, and it’s every bit as good as advertised.
Prices start at $120 for the Mini model, down from its usual $150, and range up to $215 for the large convection model. I can’t emphasize enough how rare these discounts are, so if you’ve had one on your wish list, I wouldn’t hesitate.
Life’s too short to vacuum every other day, but luckily, you can pawn that tedious chore off to a Roomba, and the entry level 650 model is marked down to $274 today on Amazon, which is $16 less than its previous lowest price.
While it does require a bit of babysitting from time to time, I haven’t vacuumed my house manually in months, and yet the floors always feel clean, even with two pets.
As long as you don’t mind buying refurbs (and considering they come with a standard warranty, you shouldn’t), Amazon’s offering some incredible Kindle e-reader discounts today.
You’re basically getting the Kindle of your choice for the price of the model below it in the lineup. That means you can get a Paperwhite for $80 (the normal price of the standard Kindle), or the Voyage for $120 (the normal price of the Paperwhite). Since these are refurbs though, I’d suspect that supplies are limited, so don’t miss out.
You might be tempted to wait for Black Friday to buy an Echo, but remember that Amazon likes to use major sale days to offer special, Alexa-only discounts on certain products, so it might be worth buying one now to have it set up in time.
Before you go out and flush $30 down the drain on a Yeti Rambler, check out this RTIC alternative for just $12 on Amazon today, matching a Gold Box deal from several weeks ago. It uses the same vacuum-insulated stainless steel construction, and according to this YouTube video at least, actually keeps ice frozen for longer. No-brainer.
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