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Today’s best deals: Star Trek, James Bond, and more

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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.


The James Bond Collection, $75

The deal is Bond. James Bond. Prime members can own all 24 Bond films on Blu-ray for $75, the best price we’ve ever seen. This set unfortunately doesn’t include digital copies, but at barely more than $3 per movie, it’s tough to complain.

Star Trek: The Original Series, $40


If you’ve enjoyed the new Star Trek movies and want to catch up on the show that inspired them, you can beam up the complete original series Blu-ray box set for $40, an all-time low. This should sell out quickly, so I’d head over to Amazon at warp factor 7 to grab your copy.

Aukey 20,000mAh battery pack with Lightning input, $22 with code AUK2MAHL | Quick Charge 2.0 version, $28 with code AUK2MAHQ


Aukey is fairly unique in offering USB battery packs that can recharge over a Lightning cable, and two different 20,000mAh options are on sale today. The more expensive of the two includes Quick Charge 2.0, which somewhat ironically isn’t available on iPhones.

Etekcity 6-cup measuring cup food scale, $14 with code F8YA6PGP


This unique measuring cup doubles as a kitchen scale, so you can work seamlessly with both volume- and weight-based recipes. My mom had this when I went home for the holidays, and she said it worked great.

Tomoko mechanical keyboard, $40 with code KVWFPIJB


You’ve probably heard a lot of fuss about mechanical keyboards lately, and if not, you’ve at least heard the clicking. If you’re curious to try one yourself without dropping a bunch of money, here’s an entry-level model (with number pad) for $40, one of the best prices we’ve ever seen on any mechanical keyboard.

The keys don’t use name brand Cherry MX switches, but the switches it does include should closely mimic Cherry MX Blues’, which are tactile, loud, and great for typists.


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


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