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Everyone needs at least one good pair of boots, and Amazon will sell you a set of Wolverines for $63-$76, today only. There are a dozen different styles available, so go find the one that suits you best, and lace up. [Wolverine Work Boot Gold Box]

Oh and by the way, go vote in this week’s relevant Co-Op.

Vent-mounted magnets have been the hot new thing in smartphone car holders, but if your CD slot is lying dormant, this would also be a great option. [Mpow Grip Pro 2 Universal CD Slot Car Mount, $10 with code TUUJYEU5]

We’ve seen a lot of deals on Bluetooth car receivers, but I don’t think any of them have looked as nice as this new model from Aukey. It even comes with two extra USB ports to keep your phones charged. [Aukey Bluetooth 4.0 Hands-free Car Kit Wireless Music Receiver, $16 with code HHDGOZEE]

Chefs Catalog is going out of business. :(

Their entire site is discounted up to 90%. :)

If you missed out over Black Friday, Amazon’s newest Fire TV is $15 off for a limited time. That’s one of the best prices you’ll see on a 4K-capable streaming box from any brand. [Amazon Fire TV 4K, $85]

If you really like chewing gum, Amazon will sell you several months’ worth for an extra 25% off today.

You get your choice of a four-pack of Eclipse “Big E” bottles with 60 pieces each, or 24 boxes of Orbit gum with 14 pieces each. Just pick your favorite flavor, hit “Subscribe Now,” and you’ll see an extra 25% discount automatically at checkout. [Extra 25% off Chewing Gum: Eclipse | Orbit]

Note: As with all Subscribe & Save deals, you can always cancel your subscription after the first package arrives.

It might not seem like mission-critical equipment, but there are times when owning a label maker can really come in handy, and you can buy a really good one right now for just $19.

Unlike many cheap label makers, DYMO’s LabelManager 280 can print graphics and barcodes, and also features a rechargeable battery so you don’t have to hunt down any AAs. I have a similar model in my drawer, and while I don’t use it every day, it definitely earns its keep every few months or so. Today’s deal is about $10 less than usual, and within a few dollars of its all-time low price, so grab it while you can, and get labeling. [DYMO LabelManager 280, $19]

If you didn’t get a copy of Black Ops III over the holidays, it’s back down to its Black Friday price on PS4 and Xbox One today. Honestly, it’s probably worth it just for the zombies mode. [Call of Duty Black Ops III, $40]

SmartWool socks are some of the best you can buy, but you basically have to be an investment banker to afford a drawerful of them. Today on REI Outlet though, you can save an extra 25% with code OUTJAN16 on any SmartWool (or Oakley, Marmot, or Black Diamond) product with a price ending in $.73.

SmartWool basically never goes on sale, so I’d expect many options to start selling out quickly. [Save an extra 25% on Oakley, Black Diamond, Marmot and Smart Wool Brands at REI w/ Code OUTJAN16]

If you don’t own a pressure cooker, today’s a great day to fix that. You can score a refurbished Cuisinart CPC 600 Pressure Cooker for $50, or $37 less than buying it new. Not to put any pressure on you, but this deal might not last long. [Refurb Cuisinart CPC 600 Pressure Cooker, $50]

Fitness trackers can help you ward off holiday weight gain, but if you don’t want to commit to wearing a bracelet every day, the clip-on Fitbit Zip is a great alternative.

The Fitbit Zip is about as basic as smartphone-era fitness trackers come. It will track your steps, distance, and calories burned, and sync the data to your phone. That’s basically it. But if that limited feature set is all you need out of a fitness tracker, it’s tough to beat an all-time low $30. [Fitbit Zip, $30 with code FITBIT50]

We see our fair share of cheap Bluetooth headphones, but even by our standards, $10 is basically unheard of. [Marsboy Wireless Bluetooth V4.0 Swift Sports Sweatproof Stereo Earphones, $10 with code NEWYEAR8]

And if you want something a little nicer, this $20 set from iClever features Apt-X encoding for better sound quality, and a unique magnetic mechanism to keep them organized when you aren’t wearing them. [iClever Sweatproof Bluetooth 4.1 Magneto Wireless Sport Headphones with Mic and Apt-X Technology, $20 with code N676MI5K]

Whether you’re counting calories, baking, measuring espresso shots, or weighing small packages, a kitchen scale is a always a great tool to have on hand. This one has a stack of great reviews and is only $10 today, so there’s no need to weigh your options. [Etekcity 15lb/7kg Digital Kitchen Food Scale, $10 with code MUYVFUWC]

Whether you like to camp, or just want to be prepared for a long power outage, this portable LED lantern can recharge itself with a built-in solar panel, so you’ll never be left in the dark. [Etekcity Portable Rechargeable Outdoor USB and Solar LED Camping Lantern, $12 with code M4JMWOJJ]

Before too long, it’ll be time to pack up all of your winter clothes, and you can save space by storing them in these vacuum-packed bags. Just pack them up, attach a vacuum cleaner hose, and watch them shrink by up to 75%. [VonHaus 12 Assorted Vacuum Storage Bags, $14]

Update: Sold out

For many runners, bringing along a smartphone to play music and track distance is almost as important as wearing good shoes, and this reflective belt can squeeze in even the largest phones, plus keys, credit cards, and even small snacks. [Inateck Runners Belt, Adjustable Running Belt Waistband, $7 with code ZTFG45OR]

If you’re going to emulate classic games on your computer, you might as well do it right. And of course, you can also map it to play all the modern arcade-style games in your Steam library as well. [Classic USB NES Controller for PC, $6]

Update: Sold out

One day, we’ll live in a world without wires, but until then, this $6 cord organizer kit is as good as we’ll do.

The kit comes with four 30” tubes and some right angle adapters for corners, and is designed to stick against your baseboards to keep phone lines, lamp cords, and extension cables out of sight. You can even paint them to match your walls, if you’re feeling particularly finicky. [Wiremold CMK10 Cord Mate Cord Organizer Kit, $6 for Prime members]

Football season might be winding down, but you can get ready for next year’s tailgating with this surprisingly portable 1600 watt generator.

The Wen 56200i is as quiet during operation as a normal human conversation, and normally sells for around $500. Today only though, Amazon’s marked it down to $390 as part of a Gold Box deal. That’s an all-time low, so be sure to grab one before they sell out. [WEN 56200i Portable Generator, $390]

There might not be much too this mouse, but it works on virtually any surface, and communicates over Bluetooth (say it with me: “no dongles!”), so I’d say it’s actually pretty enticing at $20. [Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Mouse 3600, $20]

If you’re going to buy a Star Wars: The Force Awakens Blu-ray regardless, you might as well get a $5 Target gift card for doing so. [Preorder Star Wars: The Force Awakens + $5 Target Gift Card, $20]

Sporting a lower price and a built-in touchscreen, the GoPro Hero4 Silver might actually a better choice than the Hero4 Black for most consumers. And with a $90 discount, it’s even more enticing. [GoPro Hero 4 Silver Edition Camcorder, $309]

At first blush, this LED-equipped beanie seems like a silly novelty, but it would actually be really great for working outside at night, camping, or even just running in the winter. [HomeBeck Led Beanie, $12 with code WRLX4YR8]

The 13” Retina MacBook Pro with 256GB SSD might be the best all-around laptop ever made (though I’m biased, since it’s exactly what I own), and you can save $250 on yours today, plus no sales tax for most buyers. [256GB 13” Retina MacBook Pro, $1250]

If you’re curious about gaming mice, but want to see what the fuss is about before dropping a ton of money on a high end model, how’s $11 sound for a starter mouse?

So what’s $12 get you? More than you might expect:

  • Customized Gaming: Program up to 3 customized user settings and easily shift between 800/1600/2400 DPI with quick reach ‘+’ and ‘-’ buttons. Includes red, blue, and green backlight to indicate current DPI setting. Sift between games and styles seamlessly
  • Ergonomic Design: Designed to fit comfortably for gamers with both fingertip and claw style grip. 2 x 30g built-in weights included for improved resistance. Includes rubberized grip to avoid slip
  • Responsive Click: Omron micro switches ensuring responsive feedback and speed with firm and crisp clicks. Ideal for jitter clicking gamers. Includes customizable forward and back buttons
  • Smooth Movement: Adjustable 125 - 1000Hz polling rate, FPS 4500, guarantees smoother movements with accuracy. Includes additional anti-skid pads to enhance glide for user needs

[Etekcity Scroll X1 (M555) 2400 DPI Wired USB Optical Mouse with 7 Programmable Buttons, $11 with code MOUSEOF2]

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 KEY-101 Key Knife, $8]

If one of your goals for 2016 was to take better care of your teeth, scoring a Philips Sonicare 2 Series toothbrush for $30 is a great place to start [Philips Sonicare 2 Series, $30 after $10 coupon]

These stick-anywhere LED night lights are perfect for cabinets, closets, and dark hallways, so stock up today and save a bundle. Just figure out how many you need, add them to your cart, and note the appropriate promo code below to maximize your discount. [OxyLED Stick-Anywhere LED Night Lights]

  • Get two for $13 with code 2T01S13F
  • Get three for $17 with code 3T01S22F
  • Get four for $21 with code 4T01S30F
  • Get ten for $46 with code 10T1S83F

You can never have too much hard drive space, especially when externals are this cheap. [Seagate 2TB Expansion Portable External Hard Drive, $70]





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