Saturday's Best Deals: Travelpro, Smart Plug, Mizuno, and More

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A popular Travelpro carry-on, the TP-Link Smart Plug, and Mizuno running shoes lead off Saturday’s best deals.

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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.


Update: Sold out

Travelpro’s Crew 10 spinner suiter is one of the best carry-on bags you can buy without spending over $200, and Amazon’s marked it down to $127 today, within $7 of an all-time low. I own this bag, and absolutely love it.


Like the idea of a Belkin WeMo Switch, but not willing to spend $40-$50 to try one out? This TP-Link alternative has a nearly identical feature set for half the price.

Just like a WeMo switch, TP-Link’s Smart Plug will let you turn appliances on and off from your smartphone, and set schedules to toggle them automatically. The only major feature it’s lacking is IFTTT support, but it will integrate with an Amazon Echo for voice control.


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.


No kitchen is complete without a substantial Pyrex aresenal, and two different sets are on sale today on Amazon. If you aren’t familiar, these magical vessels are super strong, easy to clean, and also freezer, oven, and even microwave safe.


If your kitchen cabinets look like they belong in an informercial, a $11 lazy susan has never been cheaper.

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This vacuum is about as simple as they come. You won’t find any hoses, detachable hand vacs, or battery packs. That being said, I’ve owned it for years, and absolutely love it. Its suction power is great, I’ve never had to replace any belts, and it’s incredibly light and maneuverable. For a smallish home, you could do a lot worse for $55, within $5 ofthe best price Amazon’s ever listed.


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.


Whether you’re spending a day at the beach, or just setting up camp at your kid’s soccer game, these discounted E-Z Up canopies live up to their name, setting up in just minutes. Just note that these prices are only available today, so get yours before the sun sets.

Note: The 12'x12' model is is actually only 9'x9' at the top, hence its lower price. Confusing, I know.


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.


You’re never going to believe this, but there are some good deals on copper string lights today.

$10 gets you either a 19', 120-bulb strand with a solar panel and battery, or a 33', 100-LED strand with a remote and adjustable brightness. You can’t go wrong either way; just be sure to note the promo codes below.


Now that smartphones are the size of skateboards, if you need a little help keeping a solid grip, this ingenious little finger grip is an awesome buy for $4.

All you have to do is stick the grip to the back of your phone or case, and slide it up to create a temporary loop for your finger. If that weren’t enough to justify the price, it’ll also double as a kickstand for your phone, and even a vent mount in the car. Just be sure to use code PXTNCNGI at checkout to get the deal.


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, Staples is taking $100 off both the 2TB and 3TB models, but unless you really need the extra space, I’d stick to the smaller one.


Anker’s PowerPort wall chargers offer one of the best combinations of power, size, and build quality in the wall charger world, and two different models are on sale today.


Flannels are great but for some reason are never priced reasonably enough to warrant a new one (even if the one you have has holes in the elbows). But alas! Uniqlo has them marked down to only $20, both men’s and women’s styles. You don’t need to be a hipster or a lumberjack to wear these, I promise (unless you are one, then cool).


Update: Now matched at Amazon.

It’s 2016, and your headphones don’t need wires anymore. Luckily, BuyDig’s taking $30 off Sony’s popular and well-reviewed MDRXB950BT Bluetooth over-ears today. That’s a match for the best price we’ve ever seen, and you even get to pick from three different colors.


We shared the first deal on these Rubbermaid FreshWorks containers a few weeks ago, and on a couple of occasions since, and you guys have bought thousands of them, to the point that Amazon has killed the deal within hours each time we posted it. If you missed out, or just want more of them, the two-pack is back on sale for $17 today, down from $20.

So, what’s the big deal? First, each FreshWorks product includes a “crisp tray” which elevates your produce off the bottom of the container, giving moisture a place to drip, and air enough room to flow. Second and most importantly, the lids feature special filters that regulate the flow of oxygen and CO2 into and out of the containers. All told, Rubbermaid claims keeps food fresh up to 80% longer than store packaging.

It may sounds too good to be true, but customer reviews are fantastic, and Amazon’s taking offering a 2-piece set for $17 today, matching an all-time low. If they save just a few batches of arugula or scoops of blueberries that you would have otherwise thrown out, they’ll have already paid for themselves.


If you missed out on the Steam Link and Steam Controller discounts during the summer sale, Amazon’s marked them both back down to $35, matching an all-time low.


This water-resistant Mpow Bluetooth speaker has been popular among our readers during a few $15-$20 deals in the past, but today, you can get it for an all-time low $13 with code ZXWXXA27. It’s hardly the only water-resistant speaker in this price range, but I appreciate the suction cup mount that allows you to stick it to your shower wall.

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