We see a lot of deals around the web over on Kinja Deals, but these were our ten favorites today.
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Anker has a new, less expensive version of its excellent true wireless headphone line, and you can grab a set for just $50 today after clipping the $15 coupon.
Like the original Liberty headphones, the Liberty Lites will run for 3.5 hours on a charge untethered - the main difference is that the included charging case only holds an extra 9 hours worth of battery, vs. 24 hours for the Liberty, and 48 for the Liberty+. Still though, that’s enough for a day’s worth of use in almost any situation, and the case is noticeably more pocket friendly, which was one of my least favorite aspects of the original models.
Amazon seemed to go from having zero private label fashion brands to having one for every conceivable style of clothing seemingly overnight, and today, it’s Buttoned Down that’s getting the spotlight.
As you’ve probably guessed, Buttoned Down is a menswear brand that offers button down men’s shirts, as well as pants, ties, and even socks to complete the worker drone look. None of it is exciting, but these sorts of clothes are the backbone of most men’s wardrobe, so it’s nice to have a new, affordable option.
For a limited time, a bunch of Buttoned Downs wares are on sale for about 20%-50% off, including lots of non-iron dress and business casual shirts for under $30 (or even under $20, if you can abide by discontinued patterns), and pants under $50. There are tons of fits and styles available, so surely you can find a few affordable basics that your closet currently lacks.
The upcoming holidays are peak board game and puzzle season, and you can grab some new ones from today’s Gold Box deal on Amazon.
Unlike some other board game deals we’ve seen, this one only includes Ravensburger products, and skews pretty heavily towards puzzles. But even so, there are great games here like Castles of Burgundy and Labyrinth, plus puzzles for all ages, including a 40,320 piece (not a typo) Mickey Mouse puzzle for $316, the first ever discount from $600. Just be sure to head over to Amazon to check out the rest of the deals, and remember to put the pieces together before the end of the day when the sale expires.
The Kindle Voyage, which has been my personal Kindle for the last several years, is no more, supplanted by the Kindle Oasis. May it rest in peace. So if you don’t want to spend $250 on an Oasis, and the $129 Paperwhite doesn’t check all of your boxes, you should buy a refurbished Voyage while you still can.
Refurb prices on the Voyage tend to fluctuate between $150 and $120 (they sold for $200 new), so today’s $100 price is terrific, especially considering the product’s impending rarity. Once these refurbs are gone, they’re probably gone forever. It was $5 cheaper on Amazon a month ago, but this is still a great deal by any other measure.
When someone asks you if you’re a god, you say yes. When Walmart has the LEGO Ghostbusters Firehouse Headquarters Set on sale for $290, you buy it. (Purchasing at Amazon is also acceptable.) It’s one of the largest LEGO sets ever produced, with 4,634 pieces (including 12 minifigures). It’s also clearly got a little supernatural something going on, because the resulting build is a complete exterior that also opens up into a detailed diorama. The only question in your mind should be, who you gonna call? Answer: Your friends, so they can help with the construction and maybe be jealous of your awesome acquisition.
Given how many Lightning cables seem to wear out at the necks, it’s surprising that 90 degree cables aren’t more of a thing. You can grab two nylon braided cables for $13 from Aukey today with promo code AUKEY04AL, which would be a great price for two nylon-braided Lightning cables anyway, even without the unique connector.
Update: Sold out at this price on Amazon, but still available from Walmart.
Cooking for one person can be a challenge, but we’re betting you can whip up some amazing ramen in this Lodge 9" Cast Iron Mini Wok from Walmart or Amazon. I mean, just look at that photo. Doesn’t that look like a delicious, healthy meal? And, as a bonus, the wok serves as both a cooking apparatus and a serving bowl. Just, you know, do something to make sure you don’t sear the skin on your hands while you’re eating.
Gerber’s suspension multi-plier features 12 tools in one package, meaning you’re spending less than $2 per function today. If you don’t already own one, you should take this opportunity to rectify that. If you do, buy some more to give away as holiday gifts.
Are you feeling the Christmas cash crunch yet? Wondering how Santa’s going to make a decent showing without putting you in the poorhouse? Amazon understands. When you spend $100 on a range of toys that covers everything from My Little Pony to Marvel to Hot Wheels to NERF, you’ll get $20 off at checkout. That kind of savings would make even the Grinch feel a little holly jolly, and if you can’t make a dent in your shopping list with this selection, you’re not even trying.
Note: The promotion is limited to toys shipped and sold by Amazon (no third-party nonsense!).
If the price doesn’t convince you, our readers love this toothbrush because of its superior oscillating, pulsing, and rotating brush head. It also connects via Bluetooth to an app on your phone and can show you were need to brush more, and store data for your dentist to review. This deal will probably not last long, so get while you can.