If you’ve ever eaten at a nice steakhouse, there’s a good chance you’ve eaten sous-vide meat. Here’s a secret though: It’s really easy to get those kinds of results yourself, and Amazon’s here to help with a $102 deal on the Bluetooth version of Anova’s top-selling immersion circulator.
Whether you like to sing along to music in the shower, or just need to catch up on your podcast backlog, it’s worth owning a water-resistant Bluetooth speaker that you can take into the tub, not to mention the beach or the pool, once this winter hell is behind us. For $12, why not?
Sony’s MDR line of Bluetooth headphones sold like gangbusters during Black Friday, but if you were holding out for noise cancelling models, Amazon’s rewarding your patience today with a $70 discount on the top-of the line MDR1000x.
Mpow basically invented the $20 Bluetooth earbud market, and now that paltry sum can get you a set over wireless over-ears too.
I recently made it through a 15-day trip to Vancouver, Alaska, and Seattle relying solely on Bluesmart’s Black Edition carry-on. Next week it’s headed back out with me to Outdoor Retailer.
Anker’s take on truly wireless earbuds is finally here, and you can save a lot by preordering through Kickstarter.
There aren’t a ton of Bluetooth headphones that also include noise cancelling, and at $179, Sony’s h.Ear over-ears offer great sound quality at a fair price.
External Bluetooth transmitters and receivers with 3.5mm jacks have been around for years, but Etekcity’s new model raises the bar with support for optical (SPDIF) audio.
Whether you’re singing in the shower, blasting music at a pool party, or catching up on podcasts at the beach, this IPX7 water-resistant Bluetooth speaker can go with you anywhere. It’s listed at $40, but promo code AOMAISF1 will knock that down to just $18 today.
We’ve featured deals on Bluetooth receivers, and deals on Bluetooth transmitters, but this little gadget is actually both. So on the one hand, you could plug it into an old MP3 player or TV to add wireless transmitting capabilities, and then with a flick of a switch, plug it into your car’s AUX jack, a pair of…
You’re reading Kinja Deals, which means you probably have at least one, and probably more sets of Bluetooth earbuds lying around. But even so, it’s never a bad idea to have a cheap set to keep in a gym bag or backpack in case you forget your favorites, and this $10 pair from iClever (with code FZ53WQPD) should do just…
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 $15 model from Aukey. It even comes with two extra USB ports to keep your phones charged. Just note that your car will need an AUX input for this to work.
We see deals on Bluetooth FM transmitters pretty often, but $6 is simply unheard of. All you do is plug the dongle into a USB car charger (or the included one), connect your phone over Bluetooth, and select an unused FM radio station. Sound quality will take a hit compared to other methods, but this is a great…
You recently named the JBL Charge 3 as your favorite water-resistant Bluetooth speaker, but today, its little brother gets some time in the spotlight.
Deals on Bluetooth receivers and Bluetooth transmitters pop up pretty frequently, but this $17 gadget from Mpow can do both. That means you can add Bluetooth streaming to your TV to listen to it with wireless headphones, or turn your old iHome speaker into a Bluetooth streaming target.
Sony’s MDR line of Bluetooth headphones sold like gangbusters during Deals Week, but if you were holding out for noise cancelling models, Amazon’s rewarding your patience today with a $50 discount on the top-of the line MDR100x.
If you have any old speaker systems lying around your house, you can bring them into this decade with Etekcity’s $16 Bluetooth receiver.
Most ~$20 Bluetooth speakers feature a single 5W driver, or maybe stereo 3W drivers. But if you need something louder, this TaoTronics Pulse X speaker includes dual 7W drivers for the same price.
With this $12 Mpow Streambot Bluetooth receiver, you can turn everything from your dusty old iHome to your legacy home theater system into a Bluetooth speaker. Just plug in the AUX jack, connect up to two devices, and start streaming.
It’s a pretty good idea to keep a couple extra pairs of cheap Bluetooth headphones around, just in case. Grab a pair of Aukey ones for only $8 with the code 6MHX7EOV, in either blue or black.