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You guys have bought a ton of Omaker M4 shower-proof Bluetooth speakers, and you’ve bought even more 5-port USB charging hubs. If you’ve somehow missed out on both, you can remedy that with this $35 bundle today.

Today only, Amazon’s offering big discounts on a number of highly rated refurbished Ninja blenders. Options range form the single-serve BL100 for $40, all the way up to the Ninja Mega System for $140, but be sure to check out the full selection before they sell out. [Get Up To 55% Off Select Ninja Kitchen Systems at Amazon]

A dashcam can save you from a major insurance headaches if you get into an accident, or even capture batshit crazy moments that you would have missed otherwise. If you’ve been waiting for a good deal to get your own, here’s an option for just $43. [Black Box G1W Original Dash Cam, $44]

Fun Fact: That cement truck crash happened like 2 miles from my house.

We post a ton of deals on Lodge’s Cast Iron Skillets, but today it’s the grill pan’s turn. This pre-seasoned pan allows fan to drain, comes with a limited lifetime warranty, is oven safe, and has a new low price tag of $27 today. [Lodge Cast Iron Grill Pan, $27]

I own this car vacuum, and it does an admirable job of cleaning everything from pet hair to french fry crumbs, both of which are in ample supply in my car. It’s not as powerful as the massive quarter-fed vacuum at your local car wash, but it’s great for touch-ups in between detail cleanings. [ArmorAll AA12V1 0901 Wet/Dry 12V Vacuum Cleaner, $20]

I was a longtime user of the iOttie One Touch dash mount, which you voted as your favorite over on Kinja Co-Op, but I recently experimented with a magnetic alternative, and I have to say, I love the thing.

Unlike traditional suction cup-based mounts, this Mpow Grip ($6 today with code WUHHND9D) won’t obscure your view of the road, and when your phone is mounted to it, it’s in fact completely invisible. A big worry about these things is that they’ll cover up a valuable vent during the hottest and coldest times of the year, but I’ve found that you can stick the mount on the very top of the vent, and the magnetic plate against the very bottom of you phone, and only block a small fraction of your airflow.

The big caveat is that you’ll probably only want to buy this if use a phone case, since your two mounting options are either placing a magnetic plate between the phone and the case, or attaching a non-removable magnetic sticker directly to the phone. As long as that’s not an issue though, this is certainly worth a try at $6. [Mpow Grip Smartphone Car Mount, $6 with code WUHHND9D]

If you drive an older vehicle, you’ve probably experimented with FM transmitters in the past, but this one comes with a twist. Instead of plugging your phone into the transmitter via USB or an AUX cable, this model from Coocheer has Bluetooth built right in, so you’ll have one less wire to worry about. [Coocheer Bluetooth FM Transmitter, $20 with code 79OL39DF]

Even by our standards, $6 for a certified Lightning cable is cheap. [Coocheer Apple MFI Verified Lightning Cable, $6 with code FQNAUJA9]

In case you weren’t aware, you need to buy a weather radio. We’ve seen some that can charge via a hand crank, or that include a USB port to charge your phone, but if all you need is a basic radio to alert you to severe weather, this is a great option at $20. [Midland HH54VP Portable Emergency Weather Radio with SAME, $20]

If you own a PlayStation console, PlayStation Plus pays for itself with access to free games and discounts, and you can save $10 on a year’s subscription today. [PlayStation Plus 12 Month Membership, $40]

This dual-port charging dock is the cheapest DualShock 4 charging solution we’ve seen (other than loose microUSB cables, but come on), and a great accessory for any PS4 owner. [SmaAcc Dual Ports Charging Station for DualShock 4, $8 with code E7LGDUII]

While Gunnar glasses are marketed towards gamers, they can be effective at reducing eyestrain for anyone that spends their day staring at a screen. The problem is that they’re typically pretty expensive, and rarely go on sale. Today only though, Woot’s got a variety of options marked down to a flat $40, plus $5 shipping, which is basically as cheap as we ever see them. [Gunnar Computer & Gaming Eyewear, $45]

Despite being introduced in 1991 (!!!) Sony’s MDR-7506 headphones were a runner-up in our best headphones Co-Op, and you can get a pair for $80 today, which is one of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen. [Sony MDR-7506 Headphones, $80]

You won’t feel like such a rube bringing your lunch to work with these discounted lunch boxes. The Francois et Mimi Bento box includes three stacking compartments that you can add or remove at will, and the ECOlunchbox is made of stainless steel, and just looks really cool.

Francois et Mimi Multi-Compartment Stackable Bento Lunch Box ($10) | Amazon

ECOlunchbox Three-in-One Stainless Steel Food Container Set ($21) | Amazon

If you’ve been meaning to pick up a new SSD for your PC, you won’t do much better than this 250GB Samsung 850 EVO for $85. I paid as much for an inferior SSD with half as much space just a couple years ago. [Samsung 850 EVO 250GB SSD, $85]





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