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It might not be mission-critical equipment for your home, but a good label maker is a nice gadget to keep around, and Amazon's top seller is only $10 today.

If you remember the old label makers that literally pressed the letters into a piece of tape, this is a bit more advanced than what you're picturing. The Dymo LabelManager 160 can print in eight fonts at six sizes, along with clipart and special characters, and you can even preview the entire label on its LCD screen before you print. The last time we posted this deal, it sold out quickly, so you'll want to grab yours fast.

Again, this might not be something you pull out every day, but at $10, why the hell not? [ Dymo LabelManager 160, $10]

Bluetooth earbuds are awesome for exercise, and mandatory if you want to use your Android Wear or Apple Watch to listen to audio on the go. And for just $22, you might as well run off with a pair.

The Soundpeats Qy7 earbuds pack a solid five hours of battery life into an extremely small package, and judging by the user reviews, they sound surprisingly decent for the price. We've seen these get down to the low $20-range a few times before, but they usually sell out pretty quickly, so grab a pair while you can. [Soundpeats Qy7 Mini Lightweight Wireless Stereo Sports/running & Gym/exercise Bluetooth Earbuds, $22]

There's not much to say about this knife-hiding key other than that it looks awesome, and only costs $8. Just don't forget to leave it at home before you head to the airport. [SOG Specialty Knives & Tools KEY-101 Key Knife, $8]

Pretty much everyone needs kitchen trash bags, so you might as well save a few bucks and have them delivered to your front door. [90-Count Hefty Blackout Tall Kitchen Trash Bags, $11 after clipping the 10% coupon]

Whether you need two ports, four ports, or a bonus wall charger, we've got several nice deals on USB chargers for your car today.

If you want a little bit of outdoor space to store your gardening equipment, but don't want to build a huge shed from scratch, this closet-sized Rubbermaid shed is as easy a solution as you'll find. If that's all the space you need, Amazon will sell you one for $119 today, which is a match for lowest price ever. Just note that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning the price is only available today, or until sold out. [Rubbermaid Plastic Vertical Outdoor Storage Shed, 17-Cubic Foot, $119]

When you think Logitech Harmony, you probably don't picture a full-sized keyboard, and yet that's exactly what this is. The Harmony Smart Wireless Keyboard controls all of your connected devices from one place just like their universal remotes, except now you get a trackpad and full keyboard entry for the devices that support it.

And if you just need a typical remote for quick home theater adjustments, this system also allows your smartphone to do anything a remote could via a free app, which is a very nice tough. Best Buy has the keyboard for $80, today only. That's 0ver $50 less than Amazon [Logitech - Harmony Smart Wireless Keyboard, $80]

If you've been wanting to get your feet wet in the world of droning, we've got two great deals for you today. For beginners, this UDI U818 is down to $50 today, and is great for practicing before you invest in something more advanced. It even has a low-res camera to practice a little bit of aerial photography. [UDI U818A 2.4GHz 4 CH 6 Axis Gyro RC Quadcopter with Camera, $50]

If you've already earned your wings, Amazon's having a one-day Gold Box deal on the DJI Phantom 2 with Zenmuse gimbal. Note that this isn't the one with the built-in camera; you'll need to provide your own GoPro, and install some optional equipment (check out the DJI Phantom subreddit for help) if you want first person live view while you fly, but this is still a fantastic price if you're not afraid of doing a little extra work. [DJI Phantom 2 Quadcopter V2.0 Bundle with 3-Axis Zenmuse H3-3D Gimbal for GoPro, $683]

I live in a college town, so I know it's spring time when the trees in my neighborhood sprout the colorful hammock cocoons where college students undergo a metamorphosis into...slightly warmer college students, I guess.

Anyway, if you want a hammock, here are some nice deals Yukon Outfitters models, courtesy of Woot. [Yukon Outfitters Hammocks, $25-$30]

You can never have too much hard drive space, and this well-reviewed 1TB Toshiba is only $50 today, which is about as low as we've seen 1TB externals drop. [Toshiba Canvio Connect 1TB External USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive, $50]

We've got ourselves another Timbuk2 deal! This time around, you can get the Timbuk2 Especial Claro cycling bag for $50 (which is a great price on its own), plus take home a FREE Timbuk2 laptop sleeve to boot. Once you add the cycling bag to your cart, the sleeve will be added automatically. [Timbuk 2 Especial Claro + Laptop Sleeve, $50]

If you have any old hard drives or SSDs lying around, don't let them go to waste; pop them into this cheap enclosure and turn them into external storage. We've seen a few similar products go a few bucks cheaper than this, but I love that this one doesn't require any tools. [Inateck 2.5 Inch USB 3.0 Tool-Free HDD/SSD Enclosure, $14 with code Z77BR3K4]

One can never have too many Lightning Cables. [RAVPower MFi-Certified Lightning Cable, $7 with code GS5VLUIG]

If you're planning any upcoming trips, Amazon's currently taking an extra 20% off hundreds of pieces of luggage from a variety of manufacturers. That includes carry-ons, checked bags, backpacks, and even luggage scales from the likes of Samsonite, TravelPro, Herschel Supply Company, and more.

Just use promo code LUGGAGE20 at checkout to get the deal, and note that the deals stacks with any discounts listed on the product page. [ Extra 20% off Luggage with promo code LUGGAGE20]

A Dremel rotary tool is one of the most versatile gadgets you can have in your tool chest, and this starter kit from Amazon is down to $60 today, or about $10 less than normal.

In addition to the Dremel tool itself, the kit comes with 28 accessories to repurpose it for various jobs around your house, including sanding, engraving, cutting, and even polishing. The 4.6 star reviews inspire confidence, and the price tag is within a dollar of its all-time low, so don't hesitate if you don't already own one of these. [Dremel 3000 Kit, $60]

Nobody wants to see your nose hair, but it's easy to keep it at bay with this $10 trimmer from Panasonic.

The poetically-named Panasonic ER-GN30-K was one of the most popular items we posted in the early days of Kinja Deals, and today's deal matches its all-time low price. I'm not ashamed to admit that I use it probably once per week, and I couldn't be happier with it.

Even if your nose is under control, this is also perfect for ear hair, or even fine adjustments to your facial hair and eyebrows. And if its 4.3 star average on over 5,000 reviews is any indication, you should have no trouble finding a use for it during your morning shaving routine. [ Panasonic Nose/Ear/Facial Hair Trimmer, $10]

Sad that The Walking Dead TV series is done until the Fall? Catch up on the comics with great prices on The Walking Dead Compendium 1 and Compendium 2. Both books are within a few bucks of their all-time low prices, and they each contain 48 issues in one affordable package.

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