We see a lot of deals around the web over on Kinja Deals, but these were our ten favorites today.
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A couple of RAVPower USB charging products are on sale in today’s Amazon Gold Box, but this time around, we have promo codes to make the deals even better.
The most exciting product is this 25,00mAh battery pack with a freakin’ solar panel built in. Obviously, that little solar panel won’t recharge it very quickly, but it can add a little trickle of juice if you’re out on a camping trip, or at a tailgate. It also includes two regular USB ports, a USB-C port, and the ability to recharge it quickly by plugging in a USB-C and microUSB charger simultaneously. Get it for $38 with promo code WP2M4NLE.
Next up is a USB charging hub with a USB-C port. Unfortunately, that port doesn’t have Power Delivery, so it maxes out at 15W, but it’s still handy to have around. Use code A39DXT9S to get it for $19.
If you have some bare spaces on your walls at home, you can fill them with Vintage Book Art prints, just $10 each in today’s Gold Box. Each art print is layered atop an actual vintage dictionary page, meaning every single piece is completely unique. You don’t get to pick the words on your page, but you do get to pick the art that’s printed on top.
The leaves will start turning before you know it, which will provide about a week’s worth of happiness and Instagram likes before they all fall off and start molding in your yard. Today’s DEWALT sale at The Home Depot is here to help though with a $70 corded blower, plus bundles with other discounted yard tools. This is Home Depot’s deal of the day, so you can’t procrastinate like you do when it comes to actually getting yard work done.
You’re forgiven if you haven’t given Mario Party much thought in the last decade, but Super Mario Party seems like a return to form for the minigame-based party series, and Prime members can get a $10 Amazon credit added to their account by preordering today.
This credit is only available on the physical version, and it won’t be added to your account for about a month, but still, $10 is $10!
External hard drives are pretty fragile things, so if you’re a bit of a klutz, it might be worth springing for Silicon Power’s durable drives. The 2TB model is down to $65 today, which is the best price we’ve ever seen on a drive with IPX4 water resistance and military-grade shockproofing.
I know packing cubes can seem redundant—they’re like luggage for your luggage—but trust me when I say that they make packing, unpacking, and repacking during a trip so much more pleasant, and can also help you squeeze more clothes into your carry-on.
Score 15 iconic and creepy films in one attractive box. $60 is the lowest price Amazon’s ever offered on the Alfred Hitchcock Ultimate Collection. Each film has been digitally restored, and you also get 15 hours of bonus content, and a collectible art book.
Backcountry’s fall apparel sale (which looks more like an all seasons sale to me) has a ton to offer from two outdoor favorites, Marmot and Prana, with nearly every item listed at 30% off or more. You’ll find sweaters, vests, dresses, beanies, base layers, jackets, and more to choose from. Even a rain jacket co-op favorite, the PreCip Jacket, made it’s way into the sale.
If you like the idea of keeping your credit cards and phone attached at the hip, but don’t want to saddle your beautiful phone with a bulky case, this $7 CardNinja can attach right onto the back with easily-removable 3M adhesive. Once it’s attached, the elastic pouch allows it to store up to 8 cards, plus some cash, meaning you really can ditch your wallet.
Japanese cooking can seem intimidating, but Morimoto (of Iron Chef fame) makes it approachable with his home cooking cookbook:
Chef Morimoto reveals the magic of authentic Japanese food, showing home cooks how building a pantry of half a dozen easy-to-find ingredients allows them access to hundreds of delicious dishes, empowering them to adapt recipes and create their own dishes. From revelatory renditions of classics like miso soup, nabeyaki udon, and chicken teriyaki to little-known but unbelievably delicious dishes like nitsuke (fish simmered with sake, soy sauce, and sugar), Mastering the Art of Japanese Home Cooking brings home cooks closer than ever before to the authentic experience of Japanese cuisine.
Download it to your Kindle (or better yet, your Kindle app to see the 150 full color photos) for just $3 today.