You might not think you need a non-contact thermometer in your tool box, but they're a ton of fun to mess around with, and can come in handy for everything from cooking to home energy savings.

If you still don't own one, you can fix that for just $12 today. We see these deals fairly often, but they usually sell out quickly, so act fast. [Etekcity IR Thermometer, $12 with code TGUN5OFF]

Pictured: Me, using this very thermometer to diagnose electrical issues in my old-ass house.


If you have a Regal theater nearby, and that theater is currently showing the critically-acclaimed Birdman, you can get two tickets for the price of one from Fandango with promo code REGALBIRD. [BOGO Birdman Tickets at Regal Theaters]


If you've ever been curious about treasure hunting, Amazon's #1 selling metal detector is only $56 today. It's a fairly basic model, but it'll get you started with a new hobby. [Bounty Hunter Gold Digger Metal Detector, $56]


Put hot soup in this thing in the morning, eat hot soup at lunch without microwaving. [Thermos Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel Food Container, 16-Ounce, $22]


It wasn't voted as one of your five favorite space heaters, but if aesthetics are important, the Dyson AM04 looks way better than the other options. [Dyson AM04 Hot+Cool, $155]


Amazon's Fire TV streaming box is actually pretty great, and if you missed out on the multiple Black Friday deals, you can score one for $15 off today. [Amazon Fire TV, $84]


The HGST Touro is one of the only 7200 RPM external hard drives out there, and the 1TB model is only $60 today, which is as cheap as we've ever seen it.

If you own an Xbox One, this drive can seriously cut your games' load times vs. the internal hard drive, but any computer user who wants a little extra speed will appreciate it. [HGST TOURO S 1TB USB 3.0 High-Performance Ultra-Portable Drive, $60 with promo code EMCAKPA42]

If speed isn't a concern, you can get a different 1TB drive for $5 less. [ Toshiba Canvio Connect 1TB External USB 3.0 Hard Drive, $55]


Any highly-rated Bluetooth speaker is worth a look at $25. The free car charger is just a bonus. Note that this code only works with the white car charger.[ Buy one Lumsing Splashproof Bluetooth Speaker, Get a Lumsing Dual-Port Car Charger FREE, $25. Add both to cart and use code SAL4LOVE]


Samsung's new Level line of headphones have great reviews from users, and the wireless noise-canceling models are down to $236 today, the second lowest price we've ever seen. [Samsung Level Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones, $236]


Yes, this is the year-old model of the Surface Pro, but $800 (tax-free for most) is still a terrific price for a 512GB model, especially considering you get the Type Cover for free. [Microsoft Surface Pro 2 Core i5 8GB RAM 512GB with Keyboard, $800]


The PlayStation TV was a questionable investment when it launched at $99, but Sony's new reasonably-priced PlayStation Now subscription plans have made it a far more valuable addition to your gaming fleet. If you've been on the fence, it might be time to jump on this $60 deal.

If you have a collection of compatible Vita or PSP games lying around, this should be a no-brainer. Just add a controller and a Vita memory card, and you'll have instant access to a huge portion of Sony's back catalog on any TV in your house. [PlayStation TV, $60]

On a semi-related note, Sony's Silver wired headset for PS4, PS3, and Vita is only $35 right now. It actually won't work natively with the PlayStation TV, but if you have other Sony consoles lying around, it's worth a look.


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C atch up on any the big games you missed last year with Greenman Gaming's 2014 Revisited sale. Note that the promo code takes an extra 20% off the advertised deal prices.


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Tech Armor Premium Apple Certified Braided Lightning cable - 6 Feet ($12) | Amazon | Promo code TECHCABL


We've got a pair of nice deals on great laptops today, the most impressive of which is a fully-loaded Lenovo Y40-80. $899 gets you a brand new Broadwell Core i7 processor, 512GB SSD (yeah, really), 8GB of RAM, and an AMD Radeon R9 M275 GPU. Needless to say, this should suffice for all but the most power-hungry laptop owners. [Lenovo Y40-80, $899 with code USPY4US128]

If a MacBook Air is more your style, here's an 11" Haswell model with 256GB of storage for $849, plus 6 months of Parallels Access 2.0. [11" MacBook Air 256GB SSD, $849]


You'd think everyone who reads these deals posts would be all set on USB charging hubs by now, but they're incredibly popular every time we post them. [Inateck 30W 4-Port Desktop USB Travel Charger, $11 with code K9TGMKZY]


We've waxed poetic about Brother laser printers countless times, but if you're still fighting an old Inkjet at your house, you've got two great options to upgrade today.

Both of these printers support Google Cloud Print and AirPrint, and both use long-lasting toner cartridges, rather than expensive ink. Plus, after factoring in the gift card, both essentially cost $80. The only real difference is the scanner/copier bed on the HL-2380DW, so unless it sells out, or if you need something more compact, that's probably the one to get.

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$10 in free gas is basically half a tank these days. No brainer. [ $100 Chevron Gift Card + $10 in Bonus Gas, $100]


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