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We see a lot of deals on Bluetooth earbuds, but what if you prefer over-ears? Mpow’s 4.4 star rated Muze headphones seem to strike a great balance between price and performance, and you can own a pair for just $60 today.

Despite the low price, you get an impressive array of features, including 40mm drivers, 12 hours of battery life, a built-in microphone for calls, and a swipe-sensitive control panel on one of the earcups. The sound quality probably won’t compete with high end wireless headphones, but if you’re more concerned with features and value than audiophile-worthy music, these seem like a great buy. [Mpow Muze Touch Foldable Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 Stereo Headphones, $60 with code HAB84MZ9]

This 29” sound bar is probably a little small for your main home theater, but it’d be perfect for your bedroom TV. Amazon sells refurbs as well (with a solid 4-star average), but they’re $20 more. [Refurb Vizio 29” 2.0 High Definition Sound Bar with Bluetooth and DTS TruSurround, $55]

Even by our standards, $5 for a 3-port USB car charger is insanely cheap. [Omaker Premium 3 USB 26W 5.1A Aluminum Panel Compact Designed USB Car Charger, $5 with code 9ZSK7HVI]

Note: The code for the black model is SR3WKS5O.

Update: Looks like these flashlights don’t actually use standard batteries. You’ll need to pick up a pair of 18650 3.7V batteries like these if you want to use them. Sorry for the confusion.

These little zoomable Cree LED flashlights are must-own items for everyone, and you can snag two for just $12 today. Similar lights are among the most popular items we’ve ever posted, and we almost never hear anything bad about them. [2X 2000 Lumen Zoomable CREE XM L T6 LED Flashlights w/ Charger, $12]

We’ve all had to throw away leftovers or cuts of meat and cheese that spent a little too much time in the fridge or freezer, but vacuum sealing your foods can keep them safe from freezer burn pretty much indefinitely, and dramatically extend their shelf life everywhere else.

It sounds like an expensive proposition, but Amazon’s selling the well-reviewed VonShef Food Saver for just $40 today. Of course you can use this to store meats in the freezer for a long time, but it can also keep cheese from molding, lettuce from wilting, or cookies from going stale, just to name a few examples. Plus, if you’re interested in learning sous-vide, the ability to vacuum-pack your meat is absolutely essential.

It might seem like more than you want to spend, but just think about how much food you throw away, and you’ll get a sense of just how quickly this purchase could pay for itself. [VonShef Vacuum Food Saver and Sealer System, $40]

Note: This unit doesn’t come with any bags. Get them here.

If you want to upgrade from smartphone photography without breaking the bank, the Sony NEX-5TL is a great entry level mirrorless camera that’s packed with great features like 10 FPS shooting, phase detection hybrid autofocus, Wi-Fi, and a DSLR quality APS-C sensor.

Today on Amazon, $409 gets you the camera, a kit lens, three different-colored body jackets, a carrying case, a screen protector, and an OLED viewfinder. That’s $59 more than the camera and lens go for by themselves, but a steal when you consider that the viewfinder goes for over $200 by itself. Of course, you can operate the camera using its main screen, but the viewfinder will allow you to hold it much steadier (since it’s braced against your face), and makes it much easier to frame your shots in direct sunlight. [Sony NEX-5TL with Viewfinder, Screen Protector, Bag, and Body Jackets, $409]

Whether you’re avoiding stubbed toes at night, or just lighting up a dim cabinet, motion-sensing LED lights are incredibly useful, and you can save $5 on select Ivation models today with promo code CR3ZHP5V.

Today only, Amazon’s offering great deals on a number of Conair beauty and grooming products as part of a Gold Box deal. There’s stuff in here for both men and women, and we’ve highlighted a few favorites below, but be sure to check out the full list before the prices shoot back up. [Conair Sale]

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. [Logitech - Harmony Smart Wireless Keyboard, $80]

Note: If you already own the Harmony Hub from another Harmony remote, you can get the keyboard by itself for $50.

Brace yourselves, summer is coming. If your home or apartment doesn’t have adequate cooling, this 12,000 BTU portable air conditioner can make up the difference. [Cool Living CL-PAC122 12,000 Cooling Capacity (BTU) Portable Air Conditioner, $220]

Lifehacker readers’ favorite mouse is down to $50 today, which is within $5 of the lowest price we’ve ever seen. The Logitech Performance Mouse MX will work on practically any surface (even glass!), can recharge over microUSB, and includes dedicated forward and back buttons for web surfing. [Logitech Performance Wireless Mouse MX, $50]

If your PlayStation Plus membership is set to lapse soon, or (gasp) if you’ve never bought it before, you can save $10 on a year’s subscription today. If you own a Sony game console, this is a no-brainer. [PlayStation Plus 12 Month Membership, $40]

Xbox owners can also grab a year of Gold for $39 today as well. Gold discounts are more common than PlayStation Plus deals, but this is still a good price if you need to re-up. [Xbox Live Gold, $39]

The essential Ghost in the Shell 25th Anniversary Blu-ray is a steal at $10 today. [Ghost in the Shell 25th Anniversary, $10]

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Few gadgets will impress your geeky friends more than the Philips Hue lighting system, and you can save on starter kits and spare bulbs today on Amazon. These rarely see any significant discounts, so if you’ve been waiting for a deal to dive into the ecosystem, be sure to grab these before they’re gone.

We’re on the cusp of pool/beach/river tubing season, and if you want to keep your favorite gear safe and dry, these highly rated FRIEQ bags are on sale today. The smartphone case in particular is great, because it still gives you full access to the screen and camera. I used a similar product last year during a rafting trip, and managed to get some great pictures.

FRIEQ Universal Waterproof Case for Smartphones - IPX8 Certified to 100 Feet ($8) | Amazon | Promo code 3HZUVSTY

FRiEQ Lightweight & Durable Dry Bag Backpack for Outdoor Activities ($19) | Amazon | Promo code 3HZUVSTY

I bought the FitDesk 2.0 on a whim last year and was surprised both by how viable it was to work at, and how compact it gets when folded up. It fits easily into a closet, or opens up for use while working, gaming, or marathoning Netflix, and is particularly nice out on the balcony. Today’s price isn’t the cheapest it’s ever been, but it doesn’t get a discount often. [FitDesk 2.0, $259]

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