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Yeah this was bound to happen. 8 fast USB outlets. $32.

We’ve had a ton of headphone/earbud deals recently, especially super cheap Bluetooth sets, but today’s the day for step-up models.

Studio Ghibli discounts are rare, and now that most of their films are finally on Blu-ray, it’s a great time to save while completing your set.

Update: preorder Spirited Away on Blu-ray to save at least $12 off the list price.

The Braun Cooltec is a great razor for those with sensitive skin, and the Norelco Click and Style is our recommendation for those that want to try out an electric razor without spending a ton. Read more about them in our soon-to-be-updated Shaving Gear Guide.

Robot floor cleaners aren’t perfect, and they are expensive. This model is only $220 today, with no tax and free shipping for most, and functions as a vacuum, wet mop, and dry mop, along with the mapping and navigation functions you’d expect. I bought one. [Moneual RYDIS H68 PRO Hybrid Robot Wet/Dry Mop Vacuum Cleaner with Mapping, $220]

Gaming mice aren’t just for gaming, and if you’ve been interested in taking one for a spin, here’s 8200 DPI for $18, an easy impulse buy. [Etekcity Scroll Alpha 8200 DPI Gaming Mouse, $18 with code M811OFF6]

  • High configuration gaming mouse: up to 8200 DPI, 12000 FPS, 1000 Hz polling rate, 150 IPS cursor speed, and an Avago ADNS-9800 sensor, 30G acceleration. Omron micro-switches provide crisp, firm clicks.
  • Six DPI sensitivity modes, indicated by the mouse lighting color, multilevel adjustment from 200 DPI to 8200 DPI, supporting 200 DPI stepping adjustment. The LED light can be turned off if necessary.
  • Macro definition: Special driver helps you save 5 configuration files macro definition based on your needs.
  • Ergonomically designed, long-term use without fatigue; Symmetrical Design - Perfect for Left and Right handed Gamers; 5ft braided-fiber cable with gold-plated USB connector ensures greater durability.

If you’re ready to step up to something more serious, check out our 2015 Best Gaming Mouse Vote.

If you’re the kind of person that likes to have a bottle opener, peeler, or even hex wrench with you at all times, this $5 tool is for you. [Wallet Ninja Deluxe Multitool or Money Clip, $5+]

Wallet Ninja Multitool

  • Credit card-sized multitool with 18 individual tools
  • Phillips, flat, Robertson square, and eyeglass screwdrivers
  • Can, bottle, letter, and box openers
  • Six hex wrenches
  • Peeler, ruler, and nail puller
  • Phone stand
  • Easily fits into wallets and pockets
  • TSA-approved

Money Clip

  • Attaches to all Wallet Ninja models
  • Includes two screws for easy attachment
  • Holds up to five credit cards and cash

Here’s another cool little device for sending files between your PC/Mac and Micro SD devices, and this one also works with SD cards. [Saicoo Micro USB 3.0 2-in-1 Card Reader, $7 with codeJRH7U972]

Got a spare internal hard drive laying around? Turn it into an external storage device with this cheap, attractive enclosure. [Inateck USB 3.0 HDD External Enclosure, $13 with code IPMI6Y5N]

I wouldn’t recommend wearing a Bluetooth headset in most situations, but they can come in handy in certain situations like driving and cooking where you don’t have a hand free. And at $15, it’s not a bad idea to keep one around. Just don’t be that guy. [Mpow Cobble Bluetooth 4.0 Headset, $16 with code GLLAYGX4]

Best ever prices on some of the best Micro SDHC cards around.

If you bought an Apple Watch or are planning to, this minimalist charging stand is just $9 today. [iClever Apple Watch Stand, $9 with code WATCH11F]

If your Xbox Live Gold membership is set to expire in the near future (or even if it isn’t), $36 for 12 months is about as cheap as it ever gets, so stock up. [Xbox Live Gold, $36]





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