Monday's Best Deals: Cold Brew Coffee, Tenkeyless Gaming Keyboard, Solar USB Charger

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Cold brew coffee, a tenkeyless gaming keyboard, and a $16 laminator lead off Monday’s best deals.

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You probably didn’t wake up today planning to buy a laminator. I doubt you have a stack of papers sitting on your desk waiting to be laminated. But even so, I’m here to tell you that today’s the day you should buy a laminator.

Today only, Amazon’s selling the Swingline 9" thermal laminator for just $16, an all-time low by over $6, and about $14 less than usual. This thing is sized to laminate standard 8.5 x 11" pieces of paper (just like the ones that come out of your printer at home!) and warms up in just four minutes. You might not use it today. You might not use it this year. But there will come a day that you suddenly need to make a piece of paper waterproof for some reason, and on that day, you’ll be glad you made this impulse purchase.

As part of the same sale, you can also get 100 pouches for $10.

Despite the hipsterbait branding, Pepsi’s 1893 cola is actually really good, and Amazon will sell you a 12-pack for $14 (regular) or $12 (ginger) when you use Subscribe & Save and clip the 20% coupon on the page. Sip slow, and savor it.

Brown Sugar Cinnamon and Strawberry are the only Pop-Tart flavors you should associate with, and you can get 16 of each for under $5 today on Amazon. Just be sure to use Subscribe & Save and clip the 25% coupon.

Here’s 20% off various chocolates and candies because....Halloween is about two months away? Trump is running for President? Your favorite blog is shutting down? Anyway, enjoy.

Note: Discount shown at checkout.

Update: Sold out.

You love Lodge’s cast iron skillets, but have you tried their dutch oven? It’s only $27 on Amazon today, down from a previous-best deal of $31. The best part though? The lid doubles as a skillet, meaning you’re getting two great pieces of cookware for the price of one.

Smartwool beat out some stiff competition to become your favorite men’s every day sock in last week’s Co-Op. And right now, if you spend $75, you’ll get $20 promo code via email for your next Smartwool purchase (which we all know you’ll make, because Smartwool is fantastic).

Don’t just click a few socks and leave, because Smartwool also makes some pretty fantastic running clothes, underwear and cold-weather accessories. It’ll be pretty easy to rack up that $75 when you see just how much the brand has to offer. But make sure you use that discount quick, as the code will expire September 30th.

We see lots of deals these days on the original Philips Hue starter kit, but the second generation set includes a Siri-compatible bridge and brighter bulbs (800 lumens vs. 600), and you can save $20 on it today, with a $50 Best Buy gift card thrown in for good measure. That’s easily the best deal we’ve seen to date.

Sony’s raising the price of PlayStation Plus to $60 a month from today, so it might behoove you to stock up on 12 month memberships now, before the change goes into effect.

There’s almost always a $40 PlayStation Plus deal available through some eBay seller or another, but today, they’re all suspiciously missing. We don’t know if it’s related to the price hike, but you could wait a few days to see if another one pops up. If not, I think it’s safe to assume that those days are over.

If the Kate Spade Surprise Sale isn’t up your alley, how about an extra 25% off all sale items at Jack Spade? Use the code OUTOFOFFICE and get up to 75% off some really awesome weekender bags, backpacks, even shirts and wallets. It’s not too late to treat yourself.

It might be overkill for a lot of people, but GoPro’s Hero4 Black is the greatest action cam ever made, and the clear choice for anyone who really cares about 4K video. It normally sells for $500, but if you don’t mind buying a refurb (and you shouldn’t, since it’s direct from GoPro’s eBay storefront), you can grab one for just $329, while supplies last.

Update: Sold out at $18

Iced coffee is a brilliant way to sell people ice for the price of coffee (which is mostly water to begin with). Cold brew on the other hand is a different process that results in less acidity, among other benefits, and you can do it yourself at home with this top-selling Takeya, now down to $18 on Amazon.

This non-coffee drinker bought one of these a couple months ago, and I’m absolutely in love with it. All you have to do is fill the basket with ground coffee, fill the container with water, and let it steep overnight in the fridge. The resulting coffee concentrate needs to be watered down, so one batch should last you several days.

Amazon’s listed slightly lower prices on a few occasions, but $18 is still several dollars less than its usual going rate.

If you find yourself in need of a lot of extra storage, you can get a 5TB external for just $110 today from Amazon. What a world.

Almost every high-end mechanical gaming keyboard out there includes a number pad, but if you’re pressed for desk space, or just don’t want to extend your mouse hand quite as far to the side, Logitech’s G410 Atlas Spectrum is within a couple bucks of an all-time low today.

As you’d expect from a keyboard in this class, you get custom backlighting for individual keys, Romer-G key switches tested to 70,000,000 presses, and even a smartphone dock and mobile app that can display in-game information and keyboard settings on the fly.

If you usually work on a laptop, or just prefer a tenkeyless keyboard for ergonomics, this wireless number pad from Kmashi can save the day when it’s time to pound on some spreadsheets.

We keep posting copper string light deals, and you guys keep buying them, so here are four more.

First up, here’s a 20' strand from Kohree with a solar panel, so you don’t have to plug them in.

Next up, here’s a pair of 10', USB-powered strands that would work well indoors.

And finally, here’s an extra long 72' solar-powered strand for $13, in two different color temperatures.

It looks like a giant iPhone 6 that spent too much time in someone’s back pocket, but the Tivo Bolt is probably the best DVR you can buy (as long as you can stomach the service fees. Amazon’s marked the 500GB model down to an all-time low $170 today.

Between shedding fur on your seats and a seemingly biological need to jump into the front seat while you’re passing an 18-wheeler on the freeway, it’s no secret that a lot of dogs don’t do particularly well in the car. Personally, I put my dog in a collapsible fabric kennel in the backseat, but if you want your pooch to have a little more freedom, this backseat dog cover looks like a perfect solution.

The cover hooks into the headrests on both the front and back seats, creating a kind of loosely enclosed room that will keep your dog safely in the backseat, and her fur a layer removed from your upholstery.

Whether you enjoy camping, worry about power outages, or just like the idea of being off the grid, this $40 Aukey solar charger can juice up two phones at the same time. This is one of the best wattage-to-dollar deals on these things we’ve ever seen, so if you spend a lot of time outdoors, it might be worth a look.

Mpow’s FreeBang Bluetooth speaker features dual 5W drivers, IPX7 water resistance, and most impressively, a 4400mAh battery that can charge your phone in a pinch. At $21, that’s a fantastic package for the price.

Just when you thought you’d seen it all in the USB battery pack world, this 5,000mAh battery from RAVPower includes a Qi charging pad to power up your phone wirelessly. Sure, that’s a little bit of a gimmick, but it does mean you don’t have to carry an extra charging cable, and unlike most battery packs, this one can serve a purpose when you aren’t traveling.

We rarely see Lightning cables for less than $4 each, so this $16 4-pack is a solid buy if you need some spares.

Fun side note: Apple still sells a single cable for $19.

TENS (Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) massagers seem a bit like pseudoscience, but every time we post a deal on this thing, we hear nothing but rave reviews. In fact, I use one occasionally after exercising, and I’m pretty sure it helps reduce muscle pain. At the very least, it feels cool.

Lilly Pulitzer, synonymous with bright colors and bold patters, is up to 50% off thanks to Amazon’s Gold Box. Ladies Who Lunch, rejoice! All the tropical printed tunics and floral shorts you could ever need are marked down so that you can stock up. But you’d better hurry, because as are all Gold Boxes, this is a one-day only thing.

Even if you aren’t a Lilly fan, there are a surprising amount of pieces that don’t beat you over the head with their preppiness. This shift dress or these cropped pants are perfect for any business casual wardrobe.

Is the Samsung Galaxy View a tablet? A portable TV? Who cares, it’s awesome, and you can get one for just $350 today, the best price we’ve ever seen.

This desk lamp is so corny and ridiculous that I had to post it. And yes, the switch actually works.

Here it is, the Swiss Army Knife of PS4 accessories. You get a vertical stand with cooling fan, dual controller charging dock, a 3-port USB hub, a 14-box game storage tray, and 10 thumb stick grips, all for $24.

It’s no secret that you guys love Anker’s kevlar-wrapped PowerLine charging cables, and today, you can save on Lightning, microUSB, and USB-C varieties.

If you ever listen to music through your computer’s terrible built-in speaker, do yourself a favor and shell out $21 for this Cyber Acoustics system. You’ll thank us later.

In case you missed it last week, you can still pick up the newest model of Anova’s top-selling Sous Vide immersion circulator for $50 off.

Lifehacker has a great explainer on Sous-Vide cooking for you to check out, but the basic idea is that you seal the food in plastic bags, and then cook it in precisely heated water over a longer period of time. It sounds weird, but trust me when I say that it works like magic.

Every time we post this, we get some snark about the Wi-Fi connectivity, so just know that it’s optional. If you connect your phone, you can find a recipe via Anova’s app, and automatically program the cooker with one tap, but you certainly don’t need to use it.

If you need a little extra push to get out and go for a run, Amazon will sell you a pair of Mizuno Wave Sayonara 3 running shoes for just $45 today. These shoes typically sell for about $60-$70 around the web, and you even get to pick your favorite color; just click through to the product pages to find the color selector.





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