Popular boxer briefs, Stuhrling watches, and your favorite dash cam lead off Wednesday’s best deals.
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Hopefully you never need a dash cam, but owning one can really save your bacon in the result of an accident. This affordable Black Box model was actually your favorite dash cam in a recent Kinja Co-Op, and you can score one today for just $53, the lowest price of the year.
That price gets you 1080p recording (or 720p at 60FPS), night vision, auto on/off, and a g-force sensor to automatically lock your footage in the event of an accident.
ExOfficio’s Give-N-Go boxer briefs were a finalist in our recent best men’s underwear Co-Op, and $14-$15 is one of the best deals we’ve seen on them. That’s still pricey for a single pair of underwear, but reviewers say it’s worth it.
Note: I’m seeing the price on black and white, so if your size is out of stock in one color, check the other.
They won’t count your steps or display your notifications, but these Stuhrling watches look nicer than any smart wearable on the market, and you can pick from nearly 20 options today for $60 each. Just note that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning these prices are only available until the clock strikes midnight, or until sold out.
$17 is a solid price for a 64GB USB 3.0 flash drive, especially when you consider that this one includes a microUSB plug to connect to your Android devices. That’s perfect for storing videos to watch on your tablet during a long flight, or sharing large amounts of vacation photos from your phone without using a computer.
The Roku 4 is one of the only streaming boxes on the market with 4K support (the Amazon Fire TV being the other big one), and Amazon’s taking $10 off today. That’s not a huge discount, but it’s a match for the best price we’ve seen.
Landing on Mun for the first time in Kerbal Space Program is probably one of my top 3 all-time personal gaming moments, and I can’t recommend it highly enough at $24.
Logitech’s Z333 system is an affordable 80W stereo set that’s perfect for your computer or home theater, and you can pick one up for just $50 today, or about $15 less than Amazon.
We’ve seen our fair share of sub-$20 Bluetooth speakers, but not many of them can join you in the shower. The Omaker M4 can do just that thanks to its IP54-rated splash resistance, and still deliver up to 12 hours of playtime on a single charge. That’s perfect if you like to sing in the shower, or just need to catch up on your podcast backlog.
No kitchen is complete without a substantial Pyrex aresenal, and this 4-container set (it’s technically 8-pieces, but that includes lids) is down to under $15 on Amazon right now. If you aren’t familiar, these magical vessels are super strong, and also freezer, oven, and even microwave safe.
We’ve seen dozens of deals on cheap kitchen scales over the years, but I think this might be the best looking one yet. The stainless steel measuring bowl is removable (but appreciated), and the base can even double as a digital cooking timer.
$8 would be a great price for any four-port USB car charger, but it’s positively unheard of for one that includes a Quick Charge 2.0 port.
The tiny-but-powerful Olympus OM-D E-M10 Micro 4/3 camera recently got a Mark II sequel, and that means you can get a great price on the original, if you don’t necessarily care about slightly improved OIS and a marginally sharper viewfinder.
A giant inflatable pool swan might be the silliest deal we’ve ever posted, but hey, it’s never been cheaper. Just don’t end up like Johnny Football.
If you’ve been waiting for a deal on the drool-worthy DJI Inspire 1 quadcopter, BuyDig’s eBay storefront has the best price we’ve ever seen today, complete with an extra battery. Quantities are limited though, so act fast. [DJI Inspire 1, $2099]
Wallet styles are obviously a matter of taste, but if you’re a front pocket fan, this RFID-blocking leather wallet is a steal at $8. That gets you three card slots (each of which can hold at least two cards), an ID window, and a zippable currency holder for when you have no choice but to carry cash.
Aukey’s excellent, minimalist, universal magnetic smartphone vent mount is back down to $6 today.
These ridiculously cheap mounts are among the most popular products we’ve ever listed, and carry both Lifehacker Editorial and Lifehacker Hive Five recommendations.
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Star Fox Zero releases on Friday, and you don’t need to do a barrel roll to save on your copy; you just need Amazon Prime. As with all preorder and new-release video games, Prime members will save an extra 20% at checkout, bringing the game down to $48. Note: You won’t see the discount until checkout.
We’ve seen several deals lately on Philips’ life-changing wake-up lights, but if you’re not among the 20,000+ Gawker media readers who have already pulled the trigger, the entry level model just dropped to its lowest price of the year.
Unlike an unsympathetic traditional alarm clock, the Philips Wake-Up Light eases you awake with a gradually-brightening light that simulates a natural sunrise, which is how humans are designed to wake up anyway. And of course, it will still nudge you awake with an audible beeping when it’s really time to get out of bed. It also doubles as a very warm and pleasant reading light as you’re getting ready to go to sleep. I’ve owned this thing for over a year, and I can definitely tell the difference when I sleep away from home and have to rely on my iPhone alarm.
For just $5, you’ll never have to fish a cable out from behind your desk again. Now that’s what I call a deal.
For a limited time, Amazon’s taking an extra 20% off dozens of “box top” cereals and snacks through their Prime Pantry program. You can find all of the eligible items here; just be sure to clip the coupon on the product pages, and note that the prices listed are before the discount, which won’t be applied until checkout.
If Prime Pantry’s $6 per delivery fee is scaring you off, all you have to do is add five of these select items (including several of the aforementioned box top snacks) to your box to enjoy free shipping. And if that weren’t enough, if you have a Prime Pantry no-rush shipping credit in your account, that’ll stack with this deal, giving you an extra $6 off.
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