Simmons mattress toppers, NFL and NCAA apparel, and Philips connected health gadgets lead off Thursday’s best deals.
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If you aren’t thrilled with your mattress, but don’t want to pay hundreds of dollars to replace it, a 3″ Simmons Curv memory foam topper can make it feel brand new.
As part of an Amazon Gold Box deal, you can grab a king or California king for $130, a queen for $105, or smaller sizes for even less, today only. Just don’t sleep on it; these discounts will only last until the end of the day, and they could sell out early.
Whether you’re watching your weight, counting your steps, or monitoring your blood pressure, a whole suite of Philips connected health devices are on sale in today’s Amazon Gold Box.
All four products connect to your phone over Bluetooth, and feed information to the Philips Health Suite app, allowing you to track your fitness goals and body metrics over time. The app doesn’t yet work with Apple HealthKit or Google Fit, but the company has promised support in a future release.
Just note that these are all Gold Box deals, so run over to Amazon to lock in your order before they start selling out.
Is your home network has more holes than Swiss cheese, Netgear’s Nighthawk R6700 features beamforming, USB ports, and up to 1750 Mbps maximum throughput, meaning it’s more than enough router for most homes. Amazon’s currently listing it for an all-time low $140, but you can save an additional $20 by clipping the on-page coupon.
If you haven’t bought all your football fan gear yet, here’s another sports-centric Amazon Gold Box for you. NFL and NCAA tees, hats and socks are marked down for one day only, so you can really support your favorite team, or teams, from head to toe. Now if only we knew where all the money for these actually went to…
Before you head out on your next hike, be sure to pick up this 2L hydration backpack from High Sierra for an all-time low $36 (in charcoal/kelly green). That’s an all-time low, and for some reason, as much as $19 less than other colorways of the exact same item.
Sugru is right up there with binder clips and the Raspberry Pi in Lifehacker’s pantheon of must-have gear, and you can stock up today with eight packs from Amazon for just $15, one of the best prices we’ve ever seen on the stuff.
If you missed out on the Steam Link and Steam Controller discounts during the summer sale, Amazon’s marked them both back down to $35, matching an all-time low.
For those of you with fancy new USB-C-powered gadgets, cables are finally starting to come down in price, and a 2-pack of C-to-C cables for $7 is one of the best deals we’ve seen to date. Just use promo code 2USBCTOC at checkout to save $4.
We see deals on third party GoPro accessory kits all the time, but even by our standards, $9 is cheap. This set includes 40 different accessories, including harnesses, mounts, and even a floating bobber. This will also work with any other action cams with GoPro-compatible cases, including the Yi.
You all have seen plenty of deals on magnetic smartphone vent mounts. Hell, you probably own one. But this $9 version from Mpow raises the bar with a swiveling hinge that allows you to change the direction the phone faces. You might not need it, but depending on the orientation of your car’s vents, it could represent a big usability improvement. Just use code 7KKO27UW at checkout to save $3.
If you forgot to stock up before the PlayStation Plus Price Hikepocalypse of 2016, Amazon’s got your back with a $10 discount on a 12 month membership, bringing it back down to its old $50 MSRP.
At first glance, the American Eagle clearance section is full of leftover summer styles. But if you dig through the pages of up to 60% off merchandise, you’ll find some pretty great transitional pieces. Flannels and sweaters are hidden among the tank tops and rompers, you just gotta dig a little.
Amazon just refreshed its Fire TV Stick with a faster processor, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, and most importantly, a voice remote that can now summon Amazon’s excellent Alexa voice assistant in all her glory, in addition to searching for content and apps on your TV.
The Stick ships on October 20 for $40, the same price as the old model without a voice remote. But if you preorder, you’ll also get two months of Hulu, a month of Sling TV (both for new accounts only), and a $10 Amazon Instant video credit to spend on whatever movies or TV shows you choose.
The Air Hogs Millennium Falcon quadcopter was an amazing toy for Star Wars fans when it debuted a year ago for $110. Now, you can get it for just $50, an all-time low.
The Falcon is gyro-stabilized for easy flying, and can be controlled from up to 200 feet away, no “special modifications” required.
Raising a kid isn’t cheap, but Amazon’s throwing parents a lifeline right now with 20% off nearly 500 baby food subscriptions, and over 40 varieties of diapers, for Prime members only.
These promotions differ from most Subscribe & Save coupons in that they apply to your subscription in perpetuity as long as it’s active, rather than just the first deliveriy. Even if you don’t have any kids yourself, be sure to these along to your friends and family members who could take advantage.
Ready to get fit? For a limited time, Amazon’s taking an extra 15% off a huge array of EAS protein products. Inside, you’ll find dozens of powders, shakes, bars, and more in a variety of flavors and formulas. Just note that you have to use Amazon Subscribe & Save to get the discount, and you won’t see the final price until checkout.
Laundry detergent is one of those things you need to buy anyway, so you might as well stock up and save. For a limited time, Amazon’s taking $2 off various Tide PODS and Tide detergent products. Why aren’t they just combined into a single coupon offering? Beats me, but just click both links to see all of your options, and remember that you won’t see your discount until checkout.
Obviously, you won’t enjoy the full charging speeds and data throughput capabilities of USB-C with these microUSB adapters, but they’re still a cheap and easy way to convert your older cables for use with newer devices. Plus, they include key rings, so you can always have one handy if you need to borrow a friend’s charging cable.
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 $17 today, complete with a bonus dirty laundry bag.
Here’s a TSA luggage lock for $5. I really don’t have anything else to add.
Anker’s SoundCore line of Bluetooth speakers dominated our recent Kinja Co-Op, but the largest member of the family just got its biggest discount ever.
The Anker SoundCore Sport XL features the same one-meter waterproofing of the original SoundCore Sport, plus added dust resistance, making it even more rugged. And since it’s the “XL” version, it improves upon the original Sport with dual 8W drivers (vs. a single 3W driver), 15 hours of battery life (vs. 10), 66′ wireless range (vs. 33′) and a USB power output to charge your phone from anywhere. Simply put, it seems like a perfect speaker for your summer barbecues, hikes, and beach trips.
The SoundCore Sport XL debuted just a few months ago at $60, but while supplies last, you can save $12 with promo code ANKSPORT.
You might not have an immediate need for a pack of multicolored Sharpies, but they’re great to keep stocked in your home office, and Amazon’s currently selling a 24 pack of fine points for only $9 today, an all-time low.
Smart outlet switches have exploded in popularity in the years since Belkin released the original WeMo switch, and we’ve spotted a great deal on Aukey’s version today.
Functionally, the Aukey Wi-Fi switch is basically what you’d expect. You plug it into a standard AC outlet, and use a smartphone cut or enable the power to essentially any appliance. The main downside is that you can’t control the Aukey switch with IFTTT (WeMo), Alexa (TP-Link Smart Plug), or Siri (Koogeek), but it does include two USB charging ports, which is a nice little bonus for the price.
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.
There used to be a general consensus that Motorola’s SB6141 was the best modem for most cable internet subscribers, but the newer SB6183 is supports double the maximum download speeds (686mbps), which is important for future-proofing purposes, if nothing else. If you don’t mind buying a refurb, $55 is a match for the best price we’ve ever seen.
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 $16, why not? It’s even small enough to pack away in your suitcase.
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