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In celebration of Mozart In The Jungle’s Golden Globes victories, Amazon will be offering a year of Prime for $73, this weekend only for new members.

In the past, there have been loopholes for existing members to take advantage of this deal, but we don’t think that will be case this time around. That said, if you still haven’t signed up for Prime, this is a fantastic opportunity.

Need convincing? Here are all of the benefits you get with Prime, including free two day shipping, access to thousands of streaming TV shows and movies, and (as of earlier this week) 20% off all video game preorders and new releases. It really is the best deal in tech. [Amazon Prime]

The best DVR for cord cutters is back in stock, complete with discounted lifetime service.

The TiVo Roamio OTA is the TiVo box you know and love, but designed specifically for users of HDTV antennas. The box itself retails for $50, but it typically comes saddled with a $15 monthly service fee. While supplies last though, you can get the box plus lifetime (of the box, not of you) service for a single, upfront $300 fee. That’s a hefty investment, but it’ll pay for itself in 17 months compared to committing to a monthly fee.

Lifetime service for most TiVos costs an exorbitant $500, so you’re actually saving a ton of money by forgoing the cable card here. Unfortunately, they only seem to sell these boxes in limited quantities, so be sure to grab one before it sells out again. [TiVo Roamio OTA HD DVR with Product Lifetime Service, $300]

Pick up an Apple Watch from Groupon today and get the following third-party accessories thrown in for free:

  • S/M and M/L Sport Bands
  • Milanese Loop stainless steel band
  • Classic Buckle leather band in saddle brown
  • Aluminum charging stand

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$30 for an attractive Airplay speaker with a USB out for charging that’s hundreds of dollars off the original price and from a great brand? We’ll take it. [Philips Fidelio SoundCurve Wireless Speaker for Apple Airplay, $30]

The Chemical Guys Amazon storefront is filthy with coupons today, so get over there and replenish your car washing and detailing supplies.

At just $17, this is one of the cheapest gaming headsets we’ve seen or posted, and this brand’s gaming mice, while also dirt cheap, have proven to be a reader favorite and offer a great bang for your buck. Yes, it lights up. [Etekcity Scroll Gaming Headset (H5GX): LED Light Up Effect, $17]

Amazon’s top-selling electric skillet folds up into a surprisingly compact package when you’re done, and Prime members can get it for an all-time low $38 right now. You could say this deal is really...sizzling. [Presto 16-inch Electric Foldaway Skillet, $38 for Prime members]

If you know of anybody that hasn’t been backing up their files, make sure they know about this deal. $69 is one of the best prices we’ve ever seen on a 2TB external, and we don’t expect it to last long. [WD Elements 2TB External Drive, $69]

This HooToo gadget is actually three devices in one:

  • Travel Router: Turn any ethernet jack you find into a Wi-Fi hotspot, which can still come in handy at certain hotels and conventions.
  • 10,400mAh USB Battery Pack: Keep your phone and tablet charged during a long day away from any power outlets.
  • File Hub: Transfer files and wirelessly stream content from an USB hard drive, or flash drive to all of your devices. Imagine loading a cheap flash drive up with movies for a long trip, instead of, say, buying an expensive iPad with more local storage.

All of those are ideal use cases for travelers, and since it’s an all-in-one solution, it’ll save space in your bag. [HooToo Wireless Travel Router / 10400mAh External Battery Pack, $40]

Need some cables?

Aukey [5-Pack] Premium Micro USB Cables in Assorted Lengths | $4 with code B6OC6QBF

If you don’t need all those extras here are several more conventional options:

AUKEY 54W 5-Port USB Desktop Charging Station with Quick Charge 2.0 | $18 with code 3FQAXP6R

Inateck 7-Port USB 3.0 Hub | $29 with code WVNB6U6P

Keedox USB 3.0 Hub Powered 7-Port | $33 with code XD5MZ93P

Coocheer Power Strip with 5-port USB and 2-outlet Surge Protector | $15 with code E6V98X4Z

If you got yourself a new PS4 during Deals Week, but haven’t subscribed to PlayStation Plus yet, it’s time to fix that. [PlayStation Plus, $40]

If you need to upgrade your home theater receiver for the coming decade, this 7.2 channel Sony model features 4K passthrough, Wi-Fi, DLNA, Bluetooth, and more, all for under $300. [Sony STR-DN850 7.2 Channel 4K AV Receiver (Built-in Wi-fi & Bluetooth), $298]

Zojirushi makes some of the best vacuum-insulated travel mugs on the market, and their 12 ounce Tuff model is in stock on Amazon for $23 today. That’s perfect for your morning coffee. [Zojirushi Tuff Mug, 12-Ounce, $23]

Multiport USB charging hubs are incredibly handy, and if you buy this 5-port model from Lumsing today, you can tack on a braided Lightning cable for just $2 more. [Lumsing 40W 5-Port Intelligent Quick Charging Desktop USB Charger and [Apple MFi Certified] Lumsing Nylon Braided Sync Charging Lightning Cable, $20. Add both to cart and use code YQSYDKB5]

We’ve found deals on two pairs of gloves to give you kitchen super powers today. The Oak Leaf Silicone gloves let you handle hot pans, or even pick up cuts of meat directly off the grill, while the Ohuhu cut-resistant gloves can keep you from slicing open a finger while you chop veggies.

Oak Leaf Heat Silicone BBQ Grill Oven Gloves ($8) | Amazon

Ohuhu Cut Resistant Gloves - Level 5 Protection, Food Grade ($10) | Amazon | Use code CN6F3HSL

This battery-operated LED work light puts out as much light as a 100W halogen, and its removable battery pack can even charge your phone over USB. It’s one of those things you might not use often, but it’s not a bad idea to keep one handy in your garage, just in case. [LOFTEK®10W Rechargeable Portable LED Work Light, $45 with code QXJ48QHW]

Today’s ultra-thin laptops have largely dispensed with ethernet ports, and possibly don’t have as many USB ports as you’d like. Luckily, this attractive and affordable hub will give you both, when you need them. [Inateck Unibody Aluminum 3 Ports USB 3.0 Hub with Driver-Free Gigabit Ethernet Adapter, $20 with code 3RJ8B8SH]

$20 water-resistant Bluetooth speakers are nothing new, but this model from Mpow cleverly includes a suction cup so you can stick it to your shower wall. It’s like one of those old FM shower radios, except you can use it to listen to Spotify and Serial. [Mpow Buckler Water-Resistant Suction Cup Bluetooth Speaker, $20 with code DOFICF4X]

$25 is a great price for any 20,000mAh battery pack, but it’s especially noteworthy when the pack includes a Lightning input for all the Apple devotees out there. And don’t worry, it has a microUSB port too. [AUKEY Micro & Lightning Input 20000mAh External Power Bank, $25 with code VNM6GN3K]

Don’t care about Lightning? This top-selling Kmashi 15,000mAh pack is also down to $13. [KMASHI 15000mAh External Battery Power Bank, $13 with code FBDXPO7W]

The Philips Norelco Multigroom 5100 is actually seven different grooming tools rolled up into one device, and you can own one for an all-time low $25 today on Amazon. This is a strong contender for your favorite beard trimmer in this week’s Kinja Co-Op. [Philips Norelco Multigroom 5100 Grooming Kit, $25 after $5 Off Coupon]





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