Waterproof Bluetooth speakers are perfect if you like to sing in the shower, or even just need more time to clear your podcast backlog, and you can choose from two great options today for around $25.
First up, the OoontZ Angle Plus boasts an impressive 15 hour battery, IPX5 water resistance, and an impressive 4.5 star review average on over 1,300 customer ratings. If all you need is a basic, reliable shower speaker, it’s a steal at $24. [OontZ Angle PLUS Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker, Water Resistant , $24 with code OONTZ30P. Black model only]
For a few bucks more, you can opt for Mpow’s Armor speaker instead. It will only play for 10 hours on a charge, but it actually includes a built-in 1,000mAh backup battery (separate from the one that powers the speaker itself) that you can use to top off your phone. Granted, that’s not a ton of extra juice, but it could come in handy on a camping trip. [Mpow Armor Bluetooth Speaker with 1000mAh back-up power supply , $26 with code 28G5CZKI]
We see deals on USB battery packs just about every day, but this is one of the first I’ve seen that’s designed to take a real beating. UNIFUN’s 10,400mAh battery pack boasts IP66 dust and water resistance, making it perfect for hikes and camping trips. [UNIFUN IP66 Rugged 10400mAh USB External Travel Battery , $15 with code RASMLYXI]
If you want to get real work done on your phone or tablet while on the road, this Bluetooth keyboard will work with iOS or Android, and can fold up to fit in just about any bag. [iClever IC-BK03 Tri-folding Magnetic Control Bluetooth Keyboard , $27 with code IBO23O6H]
If you like artichokes, this unique tape measure tells you exactly how long to cook them, based on size. This is obviously a niche product, but it’s oh so clever. [The Perfect Artichoke - Cooking Time Measuring Scale for Artichokes , $6 with code OLENSTWO]
Roger Goodell sucks , but don’t let that ruin football for you. Amazon is taking 50% off select NFL team-branded apparel as part of a Gold Box deal, today only. [Get 50% Off Men’s & Women’s NFL Apparel at Amazon]
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 under $8 today, so there’s no need to weigh your options. [Etekcity 11lb/5kg Digital Kitchen Food Scale with 0.01oz Resolution , $8 with code KDKS2OFF]
In my mind at least, this khaki canvas messenger bag looks way nicer than your typical DSLR bag, especially for the price. Note that the discount doesn’t work on the dark brown model, unfortunately. [Ohuhu® DSLR Digital Camera Gadget Organizer Bag , $30 with code FA3WPBFT]
Featuring a customizable LED light show that pulses along with your music, the JBL Pulse Bluetooth speaker is a self-contained party. A new model is coming soon, but if you don’t need water resistance or care about an enhanced light system, you can save $100 on the original model, which is the best deal we’ve ever seen. [JBL Pulse Wireless Bluetooth Speaker with LED lights and NFC Pairing, $100]
This Xbox One bundle comes with so many extras, I have to list them as bullet points.
[Xbox One 1TB Madden Bundle , $400]
We see this deal fairly often, but if your PlayStation Plus membership is close to expiring, here’s a chance to save $10 on another year. [PlayStation Plus, $40]
If you only play PC games occasionally, but still want the right equipment for the job, this $20 gaming mouse is a great entry-level option. [Etekcity Scroll Alpha 8200 DPI Laser Gaming Mouse , $20 with code MOUSE123]
By the way, gaming mice aren’t just for gaming .
If Super Mario Maker has convinced you to buy a Wii U, this is the best price we’ve ever seen on the Deluxe model. [Refurb. Nintendo Wii U Deluxe Set with Nintendo Land, $190 with code VISA5]
If you enjoyed Mad Max: Fury Road, but want to get caught up on the original trilogy, Amazon’s selling an anthology with all four films , plus a Madness of Max documentary. $48 is the lowest preorder price Amazon’s offered so far, and if it drops any further prior to release, you’ll automatically get the best deal. [Mad Max Anthology (4-Film Collection) , $48]
If you have a Regal theater in your neighborhood, here’s a chance to buy a $50 gift card for $40. That’s like a free large popcorn (maybe)! [$50 Regal Gift Card, $40]
Nest just unveiled their third generation smart thermostat , which means you can score a rare $50 discount on the older model. The only real advantage of the new one seems to be a larger screen, and I mean...it’s a thermostat. You’re not watching movies on the thing. [Nest Learning Thermostat, 2nd Generation , $199]
This camping stove can fit in the palm of your hand (but omfg not while you’re using it!), and yet it boils two pints of water in just five minutes. Plus, a near-perfect 4.7 star review average inspires confidence, even at this price. [Dpower Foldable Camping Stove with Piezo Ignition , $13 code 445MICL3]
Want to practice digital illustration without blowing a hole in your wallet? Monoprice’s basic graphics tablet is marked down to $43, and has surprisingly decent specs for the price. [Monoprice Graphics Tablet, $43]
- 10” x 6.25” drawing area
- 8 programmable hot keys on the left side of the tablet and 16 preprogrammed function keys around the edges of the drawing area
- 4000 LPI resolution
- 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity
1Password is the best looking password manager on the market , and my one of the few apps I couldn’t live without. The only real downside is its upfront $50 cost for desktop apps (the mobile versions are freemium). So if you’ve been waiting on a good deal to secure your digital life, the Mac version is marked down to $35 today, which is one of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen. Trust me, it’s worth every penny. [1Password for Mac, $35]
Want to try out Amazon’s crazy Dash Buttons without any financial risk? For a limited time, Amazon will take $4.99 off the first order you place with a Dash, which effectively means you got the button itself for free. [$4.99 off Your First Amazon Dash Button order]
Once you’ve recouped your money, feel free to start tinkering .
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