Today's Best Deals: Networking Gear, Fire HD 6, Electric Shaver, and More

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Today only, Amazon’s offering solid discounts on a huge collection of Netgear networking products, including everything from routers to security cameras.

The star of the show here is probably the Nighthawk X4S gigabit router for $215, down from its usual $270, but head over to Amazon to find deals on powerline adapters, NAS enclosures, ethernet switches, modems, and more. [Netgear Gold Box]


Let’s clear up the obvious confusion with this deal before we start: It’s a 2-pack of 2-packs! So you’ll be getting four lights total. Okay, moving on...

Today on Amazon, you can get two 2-packs of OxyLED outdoor stair lights for just $13, which is somehow less than the price of a single 2-pack. You just mount these outside your house, let them recharge during the day via built-in solar panels, and they’ll illuminate your patio or stoop all night. You might not need four for yourself, but the extra 2-pack would make for a nice evergreen gift. [2x OxyLED 2 Pack SL05 LED Solar PoweredStep Garden Wall Path Lights, $13. Add two to cart (four lights total) and use code G6T4UMNI]


Simplehuman dominated the nominations in our recent kitchen trash cans Kinja Co-Op, and Amazon’s running rare discounts on several different models today, plus a handful of soap dispensers and kitchen accessories to match.

Simplehuman sales are pretty rare, so if you’ve had one of these on your wishlist, I wouldn’t hesistate. Head over to this post to see the full list of deals.


Jaybird makes some of the best Bluetooth earbuds on the market, and their X2 sport model is down to $122 on Amazon today, the best price we’ve ever seen. Obviously, you can get a pair of Bluetooth earbuds these days for $20 or less, but this is a great deal if sound quality is a big concern. [Jaybird X2 Sport Wireless Bluetooth Headphones, $122]


Uniqlo makes some of the most comfortable polo shirts out there, and a whole bunch of them are marked down to $20 today, with free shipping on orders of $99 or more. [Uniqlo Polo Sale]


If you still haven’t picked up a pair of Audio-Technica’s coveted Audio-ATH-M50x headphones, Groupon’s offering open box models for just $100 today, one of the best prices we’ve ever seen. Plus, new accounts can save an extra $10 with code WELCOME. [Audio-Technica M50x Headphones, $100]


USB ports are requisite inclusions on most surge protectors these days, but these Bestek models go the extra mile by including Quick Charge 2.0 support as well. The six-outlet one would be perfect for your desk at the office, while the two-outlet model looks idea for travel.

BESTEK 2-Outlet Portable Travel Surge Protector With Quick Charge 2.0 ($14) | Amazon | Promo code ZURTSRUI

BESTEK 6-Outlet Surge Protector With Quick Charge 2.0 ($19) | Amazon | Promo code CLUJ2N6T. Grey model available for the same price with code LKVGWIWW


Today on Newegg’s eBay storefront, if you buy a 1TB Xbox One Holiday Bundle (which includes three games) for its $400 MSRP, you’ll get a copy of The Division, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, and Rainbow Six Siege for free. That’s six games to start your collection! [Xbox One 1TB Holiday Bundle + The Division + Rainbow Six Siege + Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, $400]


If your Xbox Live Gold membership is close to expiring (or even if it isn’t), you can add another year today for just $40. Click here and sign in to check your expiration date. [Xbox Live Gold, $40]


Amazon’s Fire HD 6 is a penny-pinching tablet buyer’s dream, and Amazon’s offering it for just $70 today, or $30 less than usual. While Amazon does offer a cheaper 7" Fire tablet for $50, the Fire HD has a sharper screen, a faster processor, and slightly better battery life. [Kindle Fire HD 6, $70]


Panasonic’s Arc4 line of shavers is one of your favorites, and Amazon’s discounted one model to an all-time low $140 today, including a charging and cleaning dock. [Panasonic Arc4 Electric Razor ES-LA93-K with Clean & Charge Station, $140]


If you want to dip your toes into the world of electric toothbrushes, Philips’ entry level Sonicare Essence line is a great value at $35. I’ve been using this brush for years, and I still love it. [Philips Sonicare Essence Toothbrush, $35 after $5 coupon]


If your phone supports Quick Charge 2.0, there’s no reason not to upgrade all of your chargers at these prices.

Tronsmart Quick Charge 2.0 54W 4-Port USB Car Charger ($8) | Amazon | Use code 4USBCHAR

Tronsmart Titan 90W/10A 5-Port Quick Charge 2.0 USB Charger ($23) | Amazon | Use code USBTITAN

AUKEY Quick Charge 2.0 5-Port USB Wall Charger and Aukey [5-Pack] Premium Micro USB Cables ($21) | Amazon | Add both to cart and use code WQ8T8LCN

KMASHI Quick Charge 2.0 4 Ports USB wall charger ($11) | Amazon | Use code 5MTFQS8U


If you know of any friends or family members with babies, or even have one of your own, it’s worth noting that Amazon is offering big discounts on a collection of Graco car seats and strollers today as part of a Gold Box Deal. Just note that these prices are only, available today, or until sold out. [Save 30% or More Off Graco Baby Products]


Waffles are objectively the best breakfast food, but waffle irons are actually more versatile than you might think. This ceramic Oster model is marked down to $24 right now on Amazon, an all-time low. [Oster DuraCeramic Flip Waffle Maker, $24]


If you have any interest in the business of video games, Console Wars is a requisite purchase for $2 on Kindle. [Console Wars (Kindle), $2]


Adult coloring books were one of 2015's surprise hits, and you can save a few bucks on select books from Crayola, along with lots of other art gear, as part of today’s Amazon Gold Box. [Crayola Gold Box]


The best selling piece of cookware we’ve ever posted is back down to within a few bucks of its all-time low price. If you enjoy spending time in the kitchen, you shouldn’t hesitate.

This All-Clad 12” skillet features 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 as long as you treat it well.

We’ve seen this go as low as $90, but $96 is a very solid deal compared to its usual $120. [All-Clad 12” Tri-Ply Skillet, $96]

If you’re only cooking for one or two, the 10” model is now down to $80 as well, matching an all-time low.


Nothing will ever make your cat love you, but if you buy her this heated cat bed, she might at least tolerate you. It only uses 4 watts of power, which means you can leave it on all day while you’re at work, and only pay a few extra pennies per month in electricity. We’ve seen this on sale a few times before, but it usually sells out fairly quickly. [K&H Thermo-Kitty Heated Cat Bed, $21]


Some days, you just need to make a mug of coffee and get going. Others, you need a full pot. Luckily, this $40 Hamilton Beach can do both. Today’s $40 deal is for Prime members only, but it’s the best price Amazon’s ever offered by $10. [Hamilton Beach 2-Way Coffee Maker, $40]


A meat thermometer is essential if you want to fully cook your meat without drying it out, and this wireless model will let you monitor the temperature from across the kitchen, or even across the house. We’ve seen similar products for around $30-$50 in the past, but never $16. [Wireless Meat Thermometer, $16]


You’ve heard of Automatic, but if $80-$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 with various third party apps. [Etekcity WiFi OBD2 Smart Car Diagnostic Scanner/Code Reader, $17 with code F8F9GXBM]


Big battery packs like the Anker PowerCore series have their place, but sometimes, you need something a little more pocket friendly. 5,000mAh batteries should give just about any phone a full charge, and you won’t see one cheaper than $5. [KMASHI 5000mAh External Battery Power Bank, $5 with code 8QFM2KU3]


If your gas station of choice is operated by ExxonMobil, this discounted gift card essentially amounts to ten free dollars. These days, that’s like six or seven free gallons of gas! [$100 ExxonMobil Gift Card, $90]


The next wave of discounted Nintendo Selects Wii U and 3DS titles come out later this week, but if you’re a Prime member and you preorder from Amazon, you can save an additional 20%. Discount shown at checkout.

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The same 20% discount applies to all preorder and newly released games on Amazon; check out our gaming release calendar for the full list.


If you ever pay for iOS apps, movies, music, or iCloud storage with your credit card, you’re throwing money down the drain. Instead, stock up on iTunes gift cards at a 20% discount, and grab some to give as gifts while you’re at it. [$100 iTunes Gift Card, $80]


Warm weather is on the horizon, which means it’s nearly iced coffee season. This $17 Takeya can brew four servings of the good stuff in your refrigerator overnight, and boasts a solid 4.4 star review average on Amazon. [Takeya Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker, 1-Quart, $17]

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