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You’ll find a selection of the day’s best deals below, but for more, be sure to visit Kinja Deals.

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Fast & Furious: The Ultimate Ride Collection, $28

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The Fast And Furious franchise just got another box set, this time with a bonus disc, lenticular packaging, and space for The Fate Of The Furious once it comes out on DVD. Preorders for this went for $60 not that long ago, so today’s $28 deal is worth racing over to Amazon for. Just note that it’s only available today, or until sold out.


Withings Activité Steel fitness tracker, $83 after 30% coupon; $94 for white model

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Withings’ Activité Steel is a fitness tracker that looks like a million bucks, but today, it’ll only cost you $83.

Just like a Fitbit, the Activité Steel will measure your steps, running distance, calories burned, sleep cycles, and even swimming activity. The difference is that rather than displaying all of that info on an eyesore of an LCD screen, it’s all boiled down to a single analog dial on the face of an attractive, minimal watch. If you want to see more detailed stats, just pull out your phone and sync the watch over Bluetooth.

Not only does this analog design look way better than the alternatives, but it’s also a boon for battery life. The Activité Steel can run for eight months at a time on a standard watch battery, no charging required.

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For a limited time, you can clip the 30 percent coupon on the Activité Steel’s Amazon page to get the black model for just $83 or the white model for $94. And no, I don’t know why it costs more.


Anker selfie stick, $8 with code BEST7160

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Selfie sticks are still a thing, much to my personal dismay, so if you really have to have one, here’s an $8 deal on Anker’s. This one relies on a headphone jack connection for shutter control, rather than Bluetooth, which I think is actually preferable (assuming your phone has a headphone jack). It’s one less thing to keep charged, and you won’t have to fiddle around in the Bluetooth menu on your phone, which is basically the seventh circle of hell.


SoundPeats wireless earbuds with charging case, $39 with code SSW39MZ5; SoundPeats wireless earbuds, $35 with code PJAYDX5E

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Apple may have popularized truly wireless headphones, but more affordable options are finally starting to come to market. Today you can choose from two true wireless earbud models from SoundPeats. The cheaper $35 model looks exactly like the Axgio Dash headphones I wrote about here, which enjoy a solid six hours battery life, but include no charging case, meaning you’ll have to plug them into a micro-USB cable once the batteries die.

For just $4 more though, you can opt for smaller earbuds that do come with a convenient charging case. They’ll only last half as long as the cheaper earbuds while untethered, but the case can fully recharge them in an hour and has enough capacity for three charging cycles. Plus, it means you’ll only have to plug one thing in, instead of two.


SanDisk Ultra Dual 32GB flash drive, $10

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If you’ve ever run out of space on your Android device or wanted to transfer large files between two devices, this clever flash drive might be just what you’re looking for.

The popular SanDisk Ultra Dual is down to just $10 on Amazon today for Prime members. That’s a no-brainer purchase if you’ve ever filled up your phone with vacation photos or wanted to transfer a movie between your phone and a tablet. One end is a micro-USB plug, and the other is a standard USB, so you can plug it into most Android phones, tablets, and also computers.


TaoTronics home security camera, $45

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If you want a security camera to check in on your house without spending a ton of money, this model from TaoTronics has a ton of features for just $45. You can pan, tilt, and even use the camera as a two-way intercom via your smartphone, and it’ll also send you a push notification when it detects motion.

Unlike some higher-end cameras, this one doesn’t have a cloud DVR feature, opting instead to store your saved clips to a micro-SD card. That makes it somewhat less useful for catching thieves (they could just, you know, steal the camera), but it means you won’t have to pay any monthly fees, and it should be more than adequate for saying hi to your dogs during your lunch break.


Wuudi wine decanter, $20 with code PJCW6C7J

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Here’s a secret about hosting people for dinner: If you put the wine in a fancy looking carafe, it’ll trick them into thinking you spent more than $8 on the bottle.


For the rest of today’s best deals, be sure to head over to Kinja Deals.

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