If you're curious about sous-vide cooking, the excellent Anova Precision Sous-Vide cooker is down to an all-time low price today. This is the Sweethome's pick for best budget sous vide circulator, and has fantastic user reviews to boot. [Anova Precision Sous-Vide Cooker, $154 with code SPRING25]

What the hell is Sous-Vide, you ask? Lifehacker's put together a great primer to explain the process and benefits, but basically it means sealing food in vacuum-packed plastic bags and immersing them in warm water over a fairly long period of time. It sounds a little sterile and sciency, but the upshot is consistent, juicy, and perfectly-cooked food every single time, with very little fuss.


The GoPro Hero4 Black is a wide-angle, 4K, and slow motion beast, and you can save 20% (and probably dodge sales tax) if you get it today on eBay. This is the best price we've seen so far on the Hero4 Black, and I'd be willing to bet that it's the best deal we'll see until new models ship. Be sure to check out Gizmodo's review if you want to learn more. [GoPro Hero4 Black, $399]

You can use (a tiny portion of) that money you saved to get some accessories too. [33pc Go Pro Ultimate Accessory Kit, $21]


If you need a good streaming box for any of your TVs, the excellent Roku 3 is down to $77 today on Amazon, which is within a few bucks of an all-time low.

Admittedly, Roku has a lot of competition from the likes of Apple, Google, and Amazon, but nobody can touch Roku's lineup of channels and apps, and there's something to be said for a streaming box that doesn't prioritize its own company's walled garden. Oh, and building a headphone jack into the remote was one of the great innovations of the 21st century. [Roku 3 Streaming Media Player, $77]


If you're still listening to any of your TVs through their built-in speakers, this Yamaha soundbar is here to save the day. It's down to $175 as part of a Gold Box Deal, meaning the price is only valid today, or until sold out. That's $75 below Amazon's previous low, and a terrific deal. [Yamaha YAS-152BL Soundbar Speaker with Bluetooth, $175]


The Intocircuit Power Castle is an old Wirecutter pick for best external USB charger, and I can personally vouch for mine. [Intocircuit Power Castle Series 11,200mAh Portable Charger, $19 with code BETTER17]


At $100, Best Buy's Gamers Club Unlocked was a decent deal for hardcore gamers, but a tough sell for most. Today though, they're dropping the price to $30, which gets you 24 months of the following benefits, among others:

  • 20% off all new physical video game purchases
  • 10% off all preowned video game purchases
  • 10% bonus trade-in credit on video games

Even if you only used your membership to save $12 on three $60 video games over the course of two years, it will have already paid for itself, so this is pretty much a no-brainer. [ Gamers Club Unlocked, $30]


I admit, purchasing a refurbished drone is a slightly scary idea, but this deal may just be worth it. $699 today gets you a refurbished DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ from B&H, complete with 3-axis gimbal and built-in camera. That's roughly half the typical price of buying a new one.

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Gizmodo had a great review on this model last year, and I made this video with mine just last week. [Refurb DJI Phantom 2 Vision+, $699]

Don't want a refurb? You can currently get it new for $949 on Amazon, an all-time low (and frustratingly, $50 less than what I paid a few weeks ago)


3M Command Hooks are one of the best inventions of the century (along with Roku's headphone jack remote), and three of the premium brushed nickel models are only $7 today. [Command Medium Designer Hooks, Brushed Nickel, $7]


Quirky is holding a Daylight Saving's Time sale with terrific prices on a variety of clever tchotchkes. Everyone's seen the Quirky Cordies (in fact, we recommend them in our office gear guide), and they're only $3 each today, but there are dozens of other clever products to check out as well. [Quirky]


You won't have to trade as many emeralds as usual to get your hands on these LEGO Minecraft sets.



You voted the iOttie One Touch as your favorite smartphone dash mount, and its improved successor, the iOttie One Touch 2, is down to just $17 today.

I own this mount, and it's worth every penny of its typical $25 asking price. The cradle has a built-in button that automatically snaps the jaws closed around your phone once you set it in place, and its telescoping arm keeps it within easy reach. Simply put, if you own a car, this should be in it. [ iOttie One Touch 2 Dash Mount, $17]

Want something more discrete? [ Belkin Car Vent Mount for Smartphones, $14]


If you own a GoPro, this is probably the best deal you'll ever see on accessories. [33pc Go Pro Ultimate Accessory Kit, $21]


Highly-rated Bluetooth headphones for $30? We live in a wonderful world. [Mpow Swift Bluetooth Headphones, $30]


Today on Amazon, you can get two 6' Lightning cables for only $1 more than Apple's single 3' model. [2 x iClever 6' Lightning Cables, $20. Add two to cart and use code BETTER07]


If you have an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, these thin glass screen protectors will keep their (tragically non-sapphire) screens in perfect condition. That's great for your peace of mind, and also your resale value whenever the next one comes out. There are a lot of these screen protectors out there, but $6 is tough to beat, and 4.3 stars on over 650 reviews inspires confidence.


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