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If you have any sort of vacation coming up and you’re looking at that duffel bag you shoved into the back of your closet and sighing, you’re in luck. Amazon is having a huge sale on luggage sets, messenger bags, and more. This includes a 2-piece set from the #1 reader voted brand Travelpro for under $100.

Most of these luggage sets are 3-pieces and are now down to under $300. Even if you don’t need all three sizes right now, it’s almost sacrilege to not get these. You don’t want to be scrambling to find a bigger suitcase next time you’re packing for the airport. A few of our favorites are listed below, but be sure to head to Amazon to see all of your options.

The showerhead that came preinstalled in your home or apartment is probably terrible, but if you don’t have the cash to upgrade it to a Delta In2ition, the Delta 75152 is a fantastic option at under $20.

Aside from a single switch that toggles between 1.75 and 1 gallons per minute, this showerhead doesn’t have any notable features to speak of. But I can tell you from years of experience that its water coverage is beyond excellent. Each of the four valves uses Delta’s H2Okinetic system to agitate the water and create a full, perfectly dispersed wall of water, rather than four individual streams. It’s a difficult sensation to describe, but I absolutely recommend you try it for yourself.

The 75152 rarely costs more than $25 or so, but today’s $18 deal is the best price Amazon’s listed in over a year, so it’s a great time to take advantage.

The supermassive version of our favorite surround sound system is down to its lowest price today on Amazon.

If you aren’t familiar, this VIZIO system offers true 5.1 surround sound by way of a wireless subwoofer and a pair of satellite speakers (which plug into the subwoofer), all without the aid of of a receiver, and without the need to run any cables from your TV to the back of the room. I own a smaller version of the same setup, and absolutely love it.

Anker’s PowerCore line is far and away your favorite variety of USB battery packs, and the newest member of the family, the PowerCore 5000, just got its first discount.

5,000mAh is a good size for a battery pack. It’s small enough to fit in your pocket, but it should still net you more than a full phone charge, which should get you through even the most trying days. Obviously, there are good reasons to own a larger pack, but a smallish battery should be in everyone’s arsenal as well. This pack has sold for $20 ever since it was released last month, but for a limited time, you can snag it for $14.

Featuring solar charging, a digital compass, an altimeter, a barometer, a thermometer, and more, Casio’s Pathfinder is the ultimate watch for adventurers, and Amazon will sell you one for $100-$125 today, or about $50 less than usual. Just note that this is a Gold Box deal, so lock in your order before time runs out.

Vent-mounted magnets have emerged as the most popular method of attaching your smartphone to your dashboard, and two different mounts from TechMatte are on sale for all-time low prices today.

The standard mount is down to $4 right now with promo code FVLTMXX2, or, for $2 more (with code 8GORHD3N), you can get a version that swivels. I’ve owned one of these for over a year, and even with a hefty iPhone 6s Plus, it works great.

The Philips Sonicare Airfloss Ultra is rechargeable, handheld, and can be used with water or mouthwash, firing 1-3 bursts of high pressure cleaning between your teeth and along your gum line. It’s painless, easy to use, travel and shower friendly, and most importantly, you might actually start flossing if you have one.

For a limited time, Amazon’s offering a $10 off coupon on this model, bringing it all the way down to $50.

Nikon’s D3300 is one of the easiest entry level DSLRs to get started with if you want to learn the basics of photography, and BuyDig will sell you a refurb complete with a kit lens, a Wi-Fi adapter, and some software you won’t use for just $319 with promo code DXPRO2X65.

For comparison’s sake, Amazon’s currently selling this for $547 new (without any extras), and it carries a 4.8 star review average from over 800 customers.

This $9 USB charger will power your fancy new phone at Quick Charge 2.0 speeds, but it also includes a pair of standard USB ports for your legacy devices, making it perfect for travel. It even comes with a 6' microUSB cable!

It goes without saying that we’ve seen a lot of Quick Charge 2.0 charger deals over the past year, but not many have offered so many ports for so little money.

Every modem rental fee you pay to your ISP is padding for their bottom line, and a total rip-off for you. Fortunately, you can buy your own modem for a relatively small upfront cost, and knock a few bucks off your monthly bill.

Motorola’s SB6141 for years was the consensus pick for best modem for most cable internet subscribers, and while it’s been surpassed by the SB6183 and others, it’s still a perfectly good option for anyone with download speeds of 300mbps or less. So, ready to stick it to your ISP? For a limited time, you can score a refurb from Amazon for $40, the best price we’ve ever seen.

This seemingly basic remote might not look like much at first blush, but it can actually control eight of your favorite home theater devices, and even turn your smartphone into a universal remote as well.

You’re probably used to seeing Logitech Harmony remotes with screens built-in, but it turns out that you already carry a much better screen in your pocket. So in addition to controlling your TV, cable box, game console, stereo, and more from the remote itself, the Logitech Harmony Smart Control can now do the same from your iPhone or Android from anywhere in the house. That’s especially handy when your favorite show is about to start and you can’t find the remote anywhere.

For comparison’s sake, this remote is currently selling for $24 more on Amazon, and frequently retails for over $100.

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst only came out a few days ago, but GameStop is already offering it on PS4 and Xbox One for $42, for reasons unknown.

If you want to experience Google Cardboard VR without strapping a shipping box to your face, this plastic headset is a slightly upscale alternative for most Android handsets and iPhones, and it can be yours for just $14.

The major caveat here is that it lacks a button to interact with the phone while it’s inside, but for watching 360 videos or looking around 3D scenes, it should be just fine.

I would say that prisons should replace solitary confinement with a program that forces inmates to repeatedly enter account passwords using a game controller and onscreen keyboard, but I think it might be even more inhumane. If you’re still subjecting yourself to the same treatment, do yourself a favor and pick up this $14 wireless keyboard/trackpad remote. It’s kind of ugly looking, but it’ll get the job done on your PS4, Xbox One, or home theater PC.

No matter how many power outlets you have in your home, it’s never enough. Luckily, we’ve spotted a pair of great surge protector deals today, including one with USB ports for your mobile devices.

I know that we espouse the virtues of monochrome laser printers, but if you really need the ability to print in color, Canon’s Pixma MX922 is worth your consideration. Carrying a #1 seller badge on Amazon and over 7,000 mostly positive user reviews, this is the rare Inkjet printer that you might not actually hate.

This model sells for $90 pretty consistently, but today, you can snag one for $80.

If you spend several hours per day sitting (or standing) at a desk staring at a screen, it’s really important that your monitor be at the proper height to encourage good posture and avoid neck pain.

3M’s adjustable shelf can raise your screen by up to 6 inches, and removable blocks allow you to adjust that height in 1.25" increments. $27 is an all-time low price for this model on Amazon, and even if that seems a little pricey, it’s a bargain for something that you’ll use for 40 hours per week.

You might have a bathroom scale at home that works just fine for weighing luggage when you’re leaving town, but this hanging scale is small enough to take with you, so you can make sure you won’t get dinged for all of those heavy souvenirs on your return trip. All it has to do is save you from an overweight baggage fee once, and it will have paid for itself several times over.

Gas grills are convenient, but we all know that when it comes to flavor, nothing can top charcoal. This highly rated Char-Broil features a 580 square inch cooking surface, and is on sale for just $100 today for Prime members. Combined with two-day Prime shipping, this would also make a solid last minute Father’s Day gift.

DJI’s newest prosumer camera drone changes the game with automatic obstacle avoidance and subject tracking, and this $160 discount on eBay is the first significant discount we’ve seen, and it even comes complete with a carrying case. $1,240's still a considerable chunk of change, particularly when you can get a Phantom 3 Professional for under $1000, but it’s a solid deal if you’re serious about the hobby.

Not happy with your iPhone 6 or 6s’s battery life? You can more than double it with this 1byone battery case for $11. Yep, $11.

Epic All Natural snack bars are made largely from meat, because America, and Amazon’s offering a nice $4 coupon on various 12-count boxes today. Beef, turkey, bacon? I’m not sure how anyone could choose. Just add your favorite flavor to your cart, and you’ll see the $4 discount at checkout.

Note: Some of these boxes will only ship as part of a Prime Pantry order, but others are available via standard Prime and/or Subscribe & Save shipping, so watch out for that before you order.

The Big Short is one of the three best movies about credit default swaps and synthetic CDOs that I’ve ever seen, and you can rent it on Amazon or iTunes for just $1 today.

As always, you have 30 days to start the film, and then 24 hours to finish it, so you can go ahead and rent it now, and watch it later. Protip: prepare a stiff drink.

$25's not a huge discount on the new 3DS XL, but it’s a match for the best we’ve seen to date. If you love games, the 3DS library really is an embarrassment of riches.

The new Doom game is...exactly what you’d expect it to be, which is mostly a good thing. If it’s been on your wishlist, Amazon’s already knocked it down to $40 for PC, Xbox One, and PS4.

Dorco, the best deal in razor blades, supplier of Dollar Shave Club, and the only company crazy enough to make a 7-blade razor, will sell you their take on the safety razor complete with a mirror and 30 blades for $18 today with promo code DPrimeDad.

Safety razors require more skill and patience, but will get you a better shave when used correctly. They’re also cheaper in the long run.

If you’re planning to fly Southwest any time in the near future, there’s no reason not to buy this $100 gift card for $90. It’s not a huge discount, but airline gift cards hardly ever go on sale, and you can spend the money you saved on in-flight Wi-Fi, or earlybird check-in.

Still haven’t made the transition to LED? Amazon will sell you a 6-pack of highly rated TaoTronics bulbs for just $20 right now. These put out the brightness equivalent of a 60W incandescent, but with only 9W of electricity each. Plus, many local utility companies offer rebates when you buy these things, so they should pay for themselves in short order. The deal is available for both 5000K daylight bulbs and 3000K soft white bulbs, though those cost a few cents more.

Amazon has also kicked off a variety of deals on their first party electronics, including the Amazon Tap, a 7" tablet for $40, the 4K Fire TV, and a couple of e-readers.

You can never have enough towels, and these fade-resistant ones on Amazon are back down to their lowest price. Get a 6-Piece set for $15 (in any color) and delay that Bed, Bath and Beyond trip by at least another few months.





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