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If you missed out over Black Friday, Amazon’s newest Fire TV is $ 15 off for a limited time. That’s one of the best prices you’ll see on a 4K-capable streaming box from any brand. [Amazon Fire TV 4K, $ 85]
Remember the Lytro Illum? The professional-grade light field camera that could refocus and shift perspective on photos after you took them? It was undoubtedly cool, but a tough sell at its original $ 1600 price. But could you be tempted at $ 335? [LYTRO ILLUM 40 Megaray Light Field Camera, $ 335]
An SSD is the best upgrade you can make to your PC, and this is one of the best prices we’ve ever seen for a 1TB model. [Mushkin Enhanced Reactor 2.5″ 1TB SATA III SSD, $ 230]
Today only, Amazon’s offering big savings on comfortable Calvin Klein underwear, sleepwear, and more for men and women. Be sure to make your selections before the most popular items sell out. [50% off Calvin Klein Underwear and Sleepwear]
While it takes a little longer than using an automatic coffee maker, French press was Lifehacker readers’ favorite way to brew a cup of coffee, and you can own one for just $ 15 today. [Homdox French Press Glass and PP Plastic Coffee Maker, 8 Coffee Cups, $ 15 with code CKG4GN4O]
The Xbox 360 gamepad has been the controller of choice for most PC gamers for about a decade now, but if you prefer the Xbox One gamepad, the wired PC model is down to $ 45 today, the lowest price Amazon’s ever listed. [Microsoft Xbox One Controller + Cable for Windows, $ 45]
Steaming your clothes might not get them as crisp as ironing, but it does a decent enough job in a fraction of the time, and for $ 15, why not? [Pure Enrichment PureSteam Fabric Steamer, $ 15 with code STEAMR15]
I know coffee pods aren’t everyone’s cup of…coffee, but if you buy a $ 10 sample pack from Amazon today, you’ll get a $ 10 credit towards your next coffee purchase. [Buy a $ 10 coffee pod sample, get $ 10 towards your next coffee order]
I used to chop garlic by hand, and I think deep down, I was hoping I’d cut my finger off just so I’d have an excuse to stop. That all changed when I bought a garlic press, which smashes a clove with just one squeeze, and does a far better job of it than I could ever do with a knife. [X-Chef Premium Stainless Steel Garlic Press, $ 7 with code 5VBXWVGS]
You can get cheap Lightning cables just about anywhere, but if only the best will do, you should give Anker’s PowerLine models a look.
These cables are built with kevlar fiber and feature reinforced stress points, which means they can last 5 times longer than typical cables. I own a couple of these, and while I can’t yet speak to how long long they actually last, I can say that they just feel extremely well made. Weighty, solid, premium. In fact, I just bought three more to replace my most used & abused Lightning cables on my night stand and in my car.
Today on Amazon, you can buy three for $ 22, which averages out to about the regular price you’d expect to pay for a standard third party Lightning cable. With a near-perfect 4.8 star review average, I’d say they’re worth every penny.[3x Anker PowerLine Lightning Cables, add three to cart and use code OC4PW6QE. White and Space Grey only]
Closet feeling a little bare? Amazon’s running some great deals on jeans, jackets, hats, and a lot more from Carhartt and Levi’s.
Anker makes some of the most popular and well-built USB battery packs on the market, and two of their best are on sale today.
Anker Astro E5 16000mAh Compact Portable Charger ($ 25) | Amazon | Promo code 9XUMXC4S
Anker PowerCore 10000 Portable Charger ($ 18) | Amazon | Promo code SND22GN6
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