We see a lot of deals around the web over on Kinja Deals, but these were our ten favorites today.
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Bosch’s drills and drivers are some of the most popular you can buy, and two different options are both down to their best prices ever, today only on Amazon.
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That crisp, autumnal breeze that welcomes you into mid-October is here to convince you that you should go for a hike. If you’re lacking on the hiking gear front, this one-day Merrell shoe sale from Amazon can at least help you out with the footwear. Choose from a few hiking boots, or more casual sneakers that will be your workhorses for the cooler weather.
If you think it’s cool that you can buy a robot to vacuum your floors for $178, how would you feel if I told you this one mopped too?
The ECOVACS DEEBOT M80 Pro has all the accoutrements you’d expect from a mid-tier robotic vacuum, including a motorized brush roll, scheduling, and even Wi-Fi, plus one you wouldn’t: an optional mopping system. If you want to clean your hard floors, just pop on the mopping pad (it’s sort of like a Swiffer), add some water and/or cleaning solution to the reservoir, and go enjoy life while it does your chores for you.
The advent of sound bars has made it easier than ever to get premium audio out of your home theater, and this Yamaha deal means it’s awfully affordable too.
$190 gets you the YAS-203 sound bar and a wireless subowoofer to match. This thing pumps out 200W of audio power, and includes some Yamaha-specific features like Clear Voice to boost dialogue, and UniVolume, which prevents obnoxiously loud commercials from rupturing your eardrums.
This model typically ping-pongs between $300 and $400, and $190 is easily the best price Amazon’s ever listed.
When CogniToys asked me to check out their latest educational toy, STEMosaur, I was fearful it would end up in the pile of “nothing special” STEM toys that litter my kids’ room. I was absolutely wrong.
At just $99, an Indiegogo exclusive price for Kinja readers, STEMosaur packs an inordinate amount of education, games, jokes, core coding concepts, and more into his softly textured plastic shell.
My six year old was excited to fit plastic parts, drive screws, and connect ribbon cables to assemble her new toy. After installing the CogniToys app and getting him connected to the internet, STEMosaur’s gruff little voice came to life as he immediately started asking and answering questions. My daughter was soon playing games, learning facts, and laughing through full conversations with him.
In minutes, STEMosaur went from a box of parts, to a toy, to a playmate, to a companion. Your $99 Indiegogo pledge (expected to ship in December) gets you a smart educational toy with near infinite replay value, thanks to a solid out-of-the-box design and regular CogniToys system updates. As an added bonus, he’s cute and falls low on the ever-growing list of STEM toys in my home that may one day become sentient and kill my family.
If your kid still needs a Halloween costume, today is the day to pick one up from Amazon’s Rubie’s costume Gold Box. They have almost 200 to select from including the classics like a princess, doctor, and pirate, and of course some trendy ones too.
All of these costumes are under $50, and most hover around $20, so be honest with yourself - you can save those DIY costume plans for next year.
$100 is a lot to spend on a toothbrush, but the Philips Sonicare FlexCare+ might just be worth it.
That’s an all-time low price for this brush (after you clip the $30 coupon), which includes five different brushing modes, a travel case, a quadpacer, and of course, the ability to swap in different styles of Sonicare brush heads to customize your experience.
There’s a nasty new Wi-Fi exploit out in the wild these days, but you can protect yourself from prying eyes (and get around geo-blocked content too) with a VPN subscription.
Lo and behold, PureVPN is offering some pretty stellar discounts right now when you use promo code Privacy20:
- 24 months for $62.40 ($2.60 per month)
- Six months for $42.96 ($7.16 per month)
- One month for $8.76
PureVPN encrypts and obscures all of your internet traffic from everyone from malicious hackers to your ISP to the government, and includes some cool features like a kill switch to automatically disconnect your Wi-Fi if the VPN stops working, as well as split tunneling, which can route some of your traffic through the VPN, while letting the rest go through your ISP.
The back of home theater cabinet doesn’t have to look like a rat king of tangled wires. These velcro sleeves can keep everything tidy, and they even come with adhesive to attach them to the side or bottom of your furniture. Get four for just $11 with code ISZ8L4YN.
If you haven’t used one before, foam rollers hurt but in a good muscle-tightness-releasing way, like a good massage. You can use it to warm up your muscle before a workout or stretch post-workout to reduce soreness. This foam roller is just $20 today and has a near-perfect 4.9 out of 5 star rating after 156 reviews.
Get one for yourself, or gift one to that friend who won’t stop talking about their CrossFit workouts.