Our friends from Kinja Deals are taking over Income Disposal. Commerce Content is independent of Editorial and Advertising, and if you buy something through our posts, The A.V. Club and Gizmodo Media Group may get a small share of the sale. Click here to learn more, and don’t forget to sign up for our email newsletter. We want your feedback.
You’ll find a selection of the day’s best deals below, but for more, be sure to visit Kinja Deals.
Nonda car charger, $13 with code KINJAD20
Nonda’s original Zus smart car charger was a one-of-a-kind device with two very poorly placed USB ports, but the newly redesigned Quick Charge 2.0 model fixes that fatal flaw for just $13 with code KINJAD20.
That’s a pretty great price for any Quick Charge car charger, but Nonda’s has some features you won’t find anywhere else. Most notably, your phone connects to the charger over Bluetooth, and every time the connection drops (meaning your car has turned off), a free app will make a note of your location so you can find your parking spot later.
In addition, you can track your mileage for tax and expensing purposes (free for 60 drives per month, $3/month or $30/year for unlimited), and even monitor the health of your car battery if you sign up for a $1 per month premium subscription. Even if you don’t use those features, this is well worth the $13 for the parking location feature alone.
Anker iPhone 7 GlassGuard 2-pack, $5 with code YXFRGBJH
Anker ToughShell Elite case, $5 with code G3K5SWAC
Power plugs that block multiple outlets should be outlawed, and violators should face stiff punishments, but until that day, we either have to suck it up, or buy a different power strip.
The PowerCube features a unique design that puts its four outlets on four different sizes of—you guessed it—a cube, plus two USB charging ports on a fifth face. That keeps your plugs out of each others’ way, and it can be yours for an all-time low $16 today.
Anker PowerTouch 5, $10 with code POST2516
Anker PowerTouch 10, $18 with code PEDM2512
Other than the maximum charging speed and a few very minor design differences, these are functionally identical. The headlining feature is an LED light ring on the bottom (which you can turn off, thankfully) which pulses to indicate whether your device is charging. Just note that not all phones can accept 10W wireless charging, and that these don’t include power adapters, so you’ll need to plug them into a USB charging port somewhere.
WeMo Mini Smart Plug, $30
Not only is the new WeMo Mini Smart Plug smaller than the top-selling original so as to only cover one outlet, it’s also cheaper. You’ll almost always see it available for $35, but today on Amazon, it’s knocked down to $30.
Despite its diminutive size, this includes all the same features as the full-sized WeMo Switch, including IFTTT support, Alexa compatibility, and an Away mode that will randomize your lights to deter ne’er-do-wells.
Whenever I see any of Dyson’s fans or heaters, I just feel like they’ll end up opening a portal to something in my home. Amazon is marking down a certified refurb of Dyson’s gateway to the unknown (that will also heat and cool your room) to $150, the best price we’ve seen on one of these. As with any Gold Box, though, this deal will be blown away at the end of the day.
If you’re spending an sizable chunk of your paycheck on overpriced Greek yogurt every month, you can make your own at home with this $20 contraption. Just add milk, plus a small amount of normal yogurt, and enjoy.
The Mass Effect hype train is going faster than light right now, and ThinkGeek is hopping aboard with 20 percent off apparel and accessories sure to please every Shepard and FemShep in the galaxy. Inside, you’ll find gear to represent both N7 and the Andromeda Initiative (though not Cerberus, hmm).
Final Fantasy XV, $35
For the rest of today’s best deals, be sure to head over to Kinja Deals.