Today's Best Deals: Tri-Ply Cookware, Discounted Watches, Nike Clearance, and More

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Tri-ply cookware, discounted watches, and political TV shows lead off Wednesday’s best deals.

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Tri-ply pots and pans can transform the way you cook, but if you don’t want to take out a second mortgage to buy a bunch of All-Clad, this similar Cuisinart set is on sale for just $180, today only.

These pots and pans feature a durable stainless steel cooking surface (with the exception of one pan with a nonstick cooking surface), an even and rapid-heating aluminum core, and a beautiful stainless exterior, all sandwiched together to give you the best properties of both metals. You’re getting six pieces of cookware here with matching lids, or $30 per piece. You won’t see a better tri-ply deal very often, so if you enjoy cooking, snap these up before they sell out.

Stay on time and on budget with Amazon’s sale on fashion watches. Men’s and women’s styles, multiple band styles, and names like Fossil, Skagen, and more are marked down to under $200. But don’t waste time thinking about this one. The seconds are already winding down on this one-day Gold Box deal.

Amazon is showing off its bleak sense of humor today by offering big discounts on political TV show box sets. Take your pick of the preachy Newsroom, the idealistic West Wing, or true-to-life Veep.

Multiple seasons are available for The Newsroom and Veep, so head over to Amazon to see all of the options.

There are hundreds of computer monitors out there with higher resolution, better screen technology, or more customization options; but if you really just want to built out a multi-monitor setup at your home office without spending a ton of cash, $80 is a great price for a 24" 1080p display.

This RAVPower battery pack features dual 2.4A outputs and a 2A input for faster recharging, but the real reason to buy it is the size: I don’t think I’ve ever seen a more pocketable 12,000mAh charger, especially not one with dual outputs.

You need toilet paper anyway, so you might as well spend as little as possible on it. Today only, Prime members can stock up with 24 rolls of Quilted Northern Ultra Plush for $20, or $5 less than usual.

Heading out of town and want to deter thieves, or just want to wake up to a well-lit house? This programmable light switch turns any built-in light into a smart light for $22, an all-time low.

Could you do the same thing with smart bulbs? Sure. But this a lot cheaper, and it also won’t be part in a botnet that destroys the internet.

Pint glasses are nature’s perfect drinking vessels for any kind of cold beverage, and Amazon will sell you 10 for just $12 right now. Cheers to that.

Vantrue’s popular dash cams are back on sale, and this time around, you get to choose from two different models.

Even the $65 N1 includes features like a G-sensor, a built-in screen, and automatic loop recording, and the $100 R2 adds a wider angle lens and a slightly higher resolution sensor, which can really come in handy if you’re trying to read license plate numbers.

Fried foods are delicious. Fried foods will kill you. These are the laws of our cruel existence, and generally-speaking, there’s no avoiding them. I’m not going to tell you that cooking foods with the Philips Airfryer is healthy, but Philips claims that your french fries will have 70% less fat than those cooked in a deep fryer, and an entire batch will cook with just a tablespoon of oil. If you don’t mind buying a refurb, this deal is a whopping $60 less than half the price of buying it new.

Raising a kid is expensive enough as it is, so Amazon’s offering new parents some relief with a one-day sale on Graco car seats, strollers, and cribs. Graco’s known far and wide as one of the most trusted names in the baby space, so send this deal to your frazzled parent friends; they’ll be sure to appreciate it.

Update: Sold out

Grid-It organizers use a criss-crossing arrangement of elastic straps to secure your sundry power cables and gadgets in your bag, and you can pick up a large one for just $7 today with code LNMMS9H4. I’ve owned one of these for years, and never leave town without it.

Update: Code is now LNMMS9H4

There are plenty of USB-C to USB-A hubs out there, but surprisingly few include a passthrough USB-C charging port, which is kind of important for MacBook owners who want to keep external devices plugged in for an extended period of time. iClever’s multi-port hub addresses this shortcoming for just $13 with code 83NS2PT5

We’ve posted lots of deals on iPhone 6/6s battery cases, but the 7 is just different enough that they won’t fit properly. So if your iPhone 7 is struggling to make it through a full day, ZeroLemon’s 4,000mAh case is on sale for just $30 today with code 6ZTIK4U4. Not only is that $70 less than Apple’s case; its battery is larger, and it doesn’t have that weird hump.

Steaming your clothes might not get them as crisp as ironing, but it does a decent enough job in a fraction of the time, and for $17, why not? It’s even small enough to pack away in your suitcase.

Not only is this 18V Makita cordless vacuum great for cleaning your car and your furniture, it also includes a wheeled extension so you can roll it around on the floor. Most impressively, it’s racked up a 4.6 star review average at its usual ~$150, so don’t miss out on today’s $109 Gold Box deal.

When it comes to having a corner on the market, nothing really compares to Nike. Use the code BONUS20 to score an extra 20% off already reduced men’s and women’s clearance items and hop on that sportswear bandwagon.

Jessica Simpson may not be the pop/reality star she once was, but her line of shoes is actually quite impressive (if not a little plain). And if you need a new pair of booties for the season, or maybe want to get your holiday attire all settled, Amazon’s one-day sale on Jessica Simpson shoes is your solution.

There are nine different styles to choose from, but they all range in color and fabric, so there’s a lot to work with. If you need a pair of solid, basic heels or boots, this is the sale for you.

Amazon added 20 new Dash buttons to their lineup this morning, and while you probably don’t need most of them (except the Pop-Tart one, you definitely need that), there may be a few in there that could come in handy around your house. The buttons still cost $5 each, but as an added incentive, you’ll get that $5 back in the form of an Amazon credit when you press it for the first time.

Until relatively recently, USB-powered portable hard drives topped out at 2TB, but today on Amazon, you can get a 3TB WD My Passport Ultra for $110, one of the best prices we’ve ever seen. Whether you’re storing photos, movies, or even entire games on your Xbox, the WD My Passport Ultra is one of the most popular drives on the market.

Anker’s SoundCore line dominated our Kinja Co-Op for best Bluetooth speaker, and the extra-portable SoundCore Mini just got its best discount ever.

I have one of these at home, and while it obviously doesn’t sound quite as good as the full-sized SoundCore, it’s surprisingly loud and clear for the size. And despite its diminutive size (picture a soda can cut in half), it features 66' Bluetooth range, can run for a whopping 15 hours on a charge, and even includes a microSD card slot for loading up some local tunes. Just use promo code ANKERSPK at checkout to get the discount.

The Humble GEMS Bundle just dropped with a sackful of top-rated games. Beat the average spend (currently under $4) to score six great games, including Chroma Squad and Assault Android Cactus. With over 95% “Overwhelmingly Positive” reviews each, this bundle is worth buying for those games alone.

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$13 is about what you’d expect to pay for a barebones Qi wireless charging pad. Today though, that gets you a Qi-charging stand, complete with three coils to eliminate charging “blind spots” for certain handsets. That means you can just prop up your phone at your desk, and top up your battery without dealing with any wires.

Packing cubes can make organizing clothes and toiletries for your next trip a little less hellish, and this highly-rated set of four is only $16 today, complete with a bonus dirty laundry bag.

If you own an iPad, you need Duet Display, and the incredible app is $10 off today.

If you aren’t familiar, Duet transforms any iPad into a full-fledged external monitor for your Mac or PC, giving you precious extra screen real estate whether you’re in your office, or sitting at a coffee shop. You can check out my own impressions of the app here, but be sure to download the app for $10 before the price returns to its usual $20.

The sky’s the limit when it comes to denim pricing, but quality seldom follows suit. Mott and Bow is set on delivering the best denim at reasonable prices, which get even more reasonable with our exclusive 30% discount. Use code KINJA.

Mott and Bow has become the favorite denim supplier of multiple members of our team. Their jeans are handcrafted in a family-owned facility and environmentally conscious- you can dig into their process here. Their Wooster line in slim fit is the best pair of jeans I’ve ever worn, with just the right amount of stretch, and I’m wearing and loving their new black Morton line as I write this.

Tell us about your experience with Mott and Bow or your own favorite pair of jeans in the comments!

There’s no such thing as owning too many Lightning cables, especially when you can get one for $4, or two for $8. Just be sure to note the promo codes below.





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