Today's Best Deals: 3-in-1 Griddler, Bluetooth Headphones, KitchenAid, and More

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Cuisinart’s versatile Griddler, Bluetooth headphones, and KitchenAid mixers lead off Thursday’s best deals.

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Cuisinart’s 3-in-1 Griddler is one of the most versatile kitchen appliances you can own, and it can be yours today for just $50 as part of a Gold Box deal. That’s $25 less than usual, and the best price we’ve ever seen for a non-refurb.

If you aren’t familiar with this amazing little gadget, it’s a surprisingly large indoor grill, a griddle, and a panini press, all rolled into one. I’ve owned it for over a year, and I use it on a weekly basis.

Why stop with just a griddle, grill, and panini press? Add the optional waffle iron plates to your cart, and get even more use out of your new toy.

The new $50 Echo Dot is most useful for people who own compatible smart home gadgets, so to that end, Amazon’s offering $10-$50 off three select bundles that include a Dot and a compatible gadget. You can choose any or all of Philips Hue White bulbs, TP-Link Smart Plugs, and ecobee3 thermostats, all of which have been popular with our readers in the past.

Update: Sold out

We’ve seen our fair share of cheap Bluetooth earbuds since the iPhone 7 announcement, but what if you prefer on-ears? Mpow’s Muze Touch headphones are wireless, foldable, and can run for 12 hours on a charge. That’s a heck of a package for $29 (with code 65ZYO7VX).

In case you missed it, Aukey’s fitness-focused earbuds are still on sale for $16 with code AUKEY2BT.

Shadow of Mordor was one of the best games of 2014, and if you still haven’t picked it up, the Game of the Year Edition is on sale for an all-time low $15 today on PS4 and Xbox One. That’s actually less than the current price for the standard edition, and you get all of the DLC included for free.

The loss of headphone jack on the iPhone 7 will be felt most acutely by owners of older cars, who until now could use the port to listen to audio in the car while still charging their phones. This $13 Bluetooth/FM transmitter will be a cold comfort to those people, I’m sure, but it’s certainly better than nothing.

These are some of the only solar-powered garden lights I’ve seen that don’t look like ass, and you can buy a dozen of them today for just $22 with promo code AZOFJ46W.

The Pebble Time is, in many ways, the best smart watch on the market, and you can try one out for just $70 today. That’s the best price we’ve seen on a non-refurb by $20!

Amazon’s back at it again with the sample box deals. This time around, $10 gets you 8+ protein products, plus a $10 credit on your next protein purchase from Amazon. If you were going to buy any of these products anyway, then this is a no-brainer.

If you use your phone as a fitness or GPS (or Pokémon Go) companion on your bike, this $3 handlebar mount will keep it in view. This is easily the best price we’ve ever seen on one of these.

Odds are, you’ve got a $20 Crock-Pot sitting in a cabinet, gathering dust. But with just a few added features, the humble slow cooker can be one of your favorite kitchen tools.

This programmable 6 qt. Crock-Pot is marked down to $40, or $10 less than usual. Unlike most entry level slow cookers, you can set this model to cook for a certain amount of time, after which it’ll switch to warm mode; perfect for preparing six hour recipes during nine hour workdays. It also includes a lockable lid for easy transport.

Death, taxes, and not having enough power outlets. These are the bounds of our mortal existence, but you can at least do something about the third. There’s nothing particularly noteworthy or exciting about this surge protector, but it’s $8 (an all-time low), and it never hurts to keep a spare.

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 hammock from AmazonBasics 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. We’ve posted deals on a few of these before, but AmazonBasics’ is the cheapest we’ve ever seen.

KitchenAid’s six quart Professional 6000 HD is one of the biggest and most powerful mixers in the lineup, and Amazon’s mixing things up with a $300 deal today. That’s not an all-time low—it’s briefly dipped as low as $250—but it is about $40 less than usual.

You probably didn’t wake up today hoping to find a great deal on a broom rack, and yet here we are. In addition to clamps for holding brooms and mops, this also includes some movable hooks to hang umbrellas, keys, and other smaller items as well.

I can’t say I’ve ever played the Minecraft card game, but it has solid reviews, and would seemingly be a great gift for everyone on your holiday shopping list under the age of 14.

The colder weather is coming, and it’s time to start stocking up on underthings that make you feel good. $2 men’s socks (in every color you could imagine) and $15 bras will only last for the next 24 hours. Their other deals, like merino wool sweaters for men and women marked down to under $30, are also worth checking out.

I’m not judging you if you stock up on shoes like you would t-shirts: one in every color. Because with up to 60% off women’s shoes at ASOS, it’ll be hard not to end up with multiple pairs. Everything is under $200, with most under $100, and brands like Puma, Reebok, Miista, Adidas and more are included.

All-Clad skillets are among the most popular pieces of cookware we’ve ever posted, and Amazon’s marked the 10 and 12" tri-ply down to their lowest prices ever.

These skillets feature a durable stainless steel cooking surface, an even and rapid-heating aluminum core, and a beautiful stainless exterior, all sandwiched together to create the ultimate pan. And, like all All-Clad items, it comes with a lifetime warranty, though you probably won’t need it so long as you treat it well.

You’ve actually got a couple different options to choose from today. Most buyers will want to opt for the 12" skillet with lid for $90, but if you’re only cooking for one or two, you might be able to get away with the 10" model for $75.

The Amazon Echo Dot, launched earlier this year, was designed as a miniature Amazon Echo that you could put in any room of your house, uplifting its larger sibling’s Alexa-powered smarts from a single-room affair to an omniscient personal assistant ready to respond to every back and call.

Unfortunately, it was a tad expensive at $90, you could only order it through an Amazon Echo, and it was perpetually backordered. All three of those problems are fixed with today’s re-release. The hardware is basically unchanged (save for hardware volume buttons, and a new white version), but it only costs $50 now, and you can order it from any web browser, with delivery set for October. Plus, if you really want to put them in every room of your house, you can buy six for the price of five with promo code DOT6PACK, or 12 for the price of 10 with code DOT12PACK.

These do have tiny speakers built-in, but if you’re planning on using it to actively listen to music or radio, you’ll want to plug it into a larger set of speakers, or pair it via Bluetooth to something like the Anker SoundCore.

Last week, Philips’ insanely popular (and some would say life-changing) Wake Up Light was on sale for an all-time low $44 courtesy of a $10 Amazon coupon. If you slept on that deal though, it’s back in stock today. You can read more about the deal here, but I’ll just say that I absolutely love mine.

If you still haven’t picked out a starter case for your new iPhone 7, Anker’s taking 20% off their clear options today. I’m not usually a clear case guy, but if you ordered Jet Black, these will allow you to show off Jony Ive’s newest wet dream without attracting any micro-abrasions.

Click here to see all of the options and promo codes.

If you make a habit of shopping at Banana Republic, GAP, Old Navy, or Athleta, you can pick up a $100 e-gift card today on eBay for just $85. Since it’s just a gift card, your savings will stack with any other deals or promotions the retailers offer as well.

Note: Yes, I know it’s labeled as a Banana Republic gift card, but it’s valid at all of the stores listed above.

If you’re going to invest in good knives, you really ought to invest in a magnetic knife bar to show them off. Not only does it look cool; it also won’t dull your blades like a knife block can.

Dustbusters are perfect for cleaning furniture, shelves, and most critically, cars, and this lithium ion model is marked down to an all-time low $33 today on Amazon.

The imminent release of the PS4 Slim has created the first real wave of actual PS4 discounts we’ve ever seen, as long as you don’t mind buying the larger, but otherwise mostly identical, original model. This particular listing doesn’t include any games, but $260 is the best get-in-the-door price we’ve ever seen on the PS4.

Anker, purveyor of your favorite USB charging gear, has a whole new lineup of Quick Charge 3.0-compatible chargers, and you can save an extra 15% on any or all of them today. Just be sure to note the promo codes below.

These KMASHI battery packs don’t include Quick Charge technology like the aforementioned Anker PowerCore, but with these deals, they’re selling at some of the best price-per-mAh ratios we’ve ever seen.

If you like to do your own oil changes, or aren’t afraid to tinker on the underside of your car, these inexpensive RhinoRamps are the quickest way to elevate your car. Obviously, they won’t help you for tire changes, and they won’t give you a ton of clearance, but for quick, basic maintenance, they should get the job done.

Microfiber cloths are great for cleaning everything from your face, to your computer monitor, to your car (not to mention packing jewelry), and this 36-pack is back down to just $15 today on Amazon, or a couple bucks less than usual.

You’ve heard of Automatic’s smart driving assistant, but if $70-$100 is too rich for your blood, this cheap OBD2 dongle connects to any iPhone or Android device over Wi-Fi, and can fulfill many of the same functions using various third party apps.

Giant plugs that cover up half the outlets on your power strip should be outlawed, but until that day arrives, these short extension cords will have to do. $14 gets you a pack of 10, which should be enough for even the most advanced home theater setups.





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