Cuisinart's extremely popular immersion blender is only $25 today on Amazon, the lowest price they've ever offered. [Cuisinart Smart Stick 2-Speed Immersion Blender, $25]

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Breville makes the best juicers around, and a few of their most popular models are discounted today.

Breville Juice Fountain Plus ($120) | Amazon

Breville Multi-Speed Juice Fountain ($160) | Amazon

Breville Juice Fountain Elite ($240) | Amazon

Have Prime? Have an Amazon phone? You can get 500 Amazon coins ($5) to spend on Android apps just for streaming a video. [Amazon]

Eneloops are really the only rechargeable batteries you should consider buying, and the massive Super Power Pack is both in stock (not a given), and on sale today. That gets you a charger, 12 AAs, 4 AAAs, 2 C spacers, and 2 D spacers. [Eneloop Super Power Pack, $47]

Did summer do a number on your windshield washers? Today on Amazon, you can get two new ones from ANCO for just $18. All you have to do is add two to your cart, and you'll see the discount at checkout. [Two ANCO Wiper Blades for $18]

If your phone or tablet are constantly running out of space, you can dump your excess files on this little wireless server. You can pop in any SD card to act as storage, but it comes with a 16GB card to get you started. It even has a small battery built-in to charge your phone in a pinch. [Sony Portable Wireless Server with 16GB SDHC Memory Card, $40]

These Jabra Revo on-ears look fantastic, and judging by their Amazon reviews, sound great too. Staples has them for only $50 today, or $20+ less than elsewhere. [Jabra Revo Headphones,$50 with code 86128]

It feels weird to buy a Kindle from a site that isn't Amazon, but this is a good deal. [Amazon Kindle Paperwhite, $99]

The Sony RX100 was the camera that "singlehandedly made point and shoots relevant again." It's been followed up with a few sequels since release, but it's still a fantastic shooter that regularly sells for $500. Today though, you can snag one for $330. [Sony RX100, $330]

Stargazing is a great hobby, and Best Buy is discounting a bunch of entry level telescopes todayto get you started. [Best Buy Telescope Sale]

Tires wearing thin? Don't wait for them to fail. Save by getting a new set in advance. [ Get $100 off $400 at Discount Tire Direct's eBay Store with Code CMOTORS14 | Stacks with Rebates]

It's not the biggest battery, and the brand isn't very well known, but that price is amazing. [SCUD Magic Cube 5000mAh Portable External Battery, $11 with code X5HK45UR]

If you have a habit of over or under-cooking your meat, this Ivation wireless dual probe thermometer will alert your from up to 300 feet away when your meal has reached the optimal temperature. It has a fantastic review average, and is Amazon's #1 selling grilling & BBQ utensil. [Ivation Long Range Wireless Digital Thermometer Set, $43 with code PY9J8MAO]

If your car's ever refused to start in the morning, you'll be glad to know that today's Amazon Gold Box deal offers huge discounts on Schumacher battery chargers and maintainers.


As batteries wear down and temperatures drop, they might not recharge sufficiently during normal operation to start your car consistently. That's where a maintainer can make up the difference, and delay your purchase of a new battery. Amazon is selling four different models today at all-time low prices, ranging from $27-$64. They'll all trickle charge your battery overnight, but the $64 SC-10030A can also jump start it immediately if you need to get out the door fast.

As always with Gold Box deals, these prices are only available today, or until sold out. [ Amazon]




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