Inside, you’ll find great looking styles from Kenneth Cole, London Fog, Perry Ellis, Tommy Hilfiger, and more. Just remember that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning these prices will go back to normal at the end of the day. Stay warm out there. [Amazon Coat Sale]
The One Touch 3 features an enhanced telescoping arm to bring the phone closer to you while you drive, and is equally suited to mounting on your dashboard or your windshield. And naturally, the cradle has expanded to accommodate 2016's ever-expanding phones. [iOttie One Touch 3, $17 with code EOT3UPGD]
The Singer 5400 includes 60 built in stitches, a fully automatic buttonhole mode, and typically sells for around $120. Today’s price is the lowest Amazon’s ever posted, so be sure to grab yours before this deal bursts at the seams. [SINGER 5400 Sew Mate Sewing Machine, $90]
You can get cheap Lightning and MicroUSB 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 5-10x 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 nice. Weighty, solid, premium.
If you own a phone that supports Quick Charge 2.0, and you haven’t already replaced all of your charging adapters, there’s really no excuse anymore. Each of these only have one Quick Charge port, but the prices are right in line with what we’d expect to see on standard chargers.
I don’t think we’ve ever posted a deal on an aquarium, but this one has a 4.5 star review average, a built in filtration system, white and blue LEDs, and an all-time low price. I would totally get this if I didn’t have a poorly behaved cat. [Marineland ML90609 Portrait Aquarium Kit, 5-Gallon, $42]
Want Bluetooth audio and handsfree calling in your older car? This tiny dongle takes the Bluetooth signal from your phone, and retransmits over a 3.5mm AUX connection, or to one of three preset FM radio stations. If you go the FM route, the sound quality will take a hit, but it’ll be a truly wireless experience, and probably your best option short of buying an entirely new stereo. We’ve seen deals on similar products before, but never for under $10. [DBPOWER Bluetooth Music Receiver/FM Transmitter, $9 with code ZRLOYN99]
If you need to upgrade your sound system in time for the Super Bowl, one of your favorite sound bars is down to an all-time low price today on Amazonfor Prime members only. And while the “bar” itself is great, what really makes this system special is its included wireless subwoofer and satellite speakers. That means you can experience true 5.1 surround sound at an incredibly cheap price, with no A/V receiver required.
The secret sauce here is the wireless subwoofer, which sits in the back of the room, and acts as a hub to plug in your rear channel satellite speakers. The upshot here is that you don’t need to run any wires from your TV across the room, and you don’t even need an AV receiver. I own the 2014 model of this system, and I can’t believe how great it sounds, or how easy it was to set up. [VIZIO SB3851-C0 38-Inch 5.1 Channel Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer and Satellite Speakers, $198 for Prime members. Discount shown at checkout.]
If you don’t have a good cooking thermometer in your kitchen, this one has a 4.5 star average on over 3500 reviews, and you can pick one up for just $8. [Chef Remi Cooking Thermometer, $8 with code 8W6BY59J]
While the 1366x768 display is nothing to write home about, this workhorse Lenovo Thinkpad packs 8GB of RAM, a 256GB SSD, a fingerprint reader, and an all-important TrackPoint cursor nub. Its most important spec though is its price; it’s a total steal at $450. [Lenovo L450 14" ThinkPad, $450]