Not only do giant ice spheres look cool; they also melt much slower than cubes, saving you from the disappointment of a watered down drink. You can make four at a time today for just $5. [Sphere Ice Molds, 4 pack, $5]

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We mentioned this later in the day yesterday, but it's so good that it deserves to lead off today's post. You can get an actual Apple-manufactured Lightning cable for $8 $12 today (assuming it lasts). Not an Apple-certified actual Apple cable. [Apple Lightning Cable, $8 $12]


Update: They've raised the price since this post came out to $12. Still way better than the $19 Apple usually charges.


Here are a couple of solid personal hygiene deals, including a Panasonic Arc5 razor that's a step up from two of your favorites.

Philips Sonicare HX5620/20 Essence Rechargeable Sonic Toothbrush ($40) | Amazon


Panasonic Arc5 Men's Electric Shaver ($261) | Amazon | Clip the $50 coupon


The Kindle Fire HD 8.9" isn't the newest tablet out there, nor is it the best, but if all you want is a generously-sized HD screen to use as a window to a few apps, websites, and Netflix videos, $129 for a refurb is tough to beat.

To refresh your memory, this Kindle Fire has an 8.9", 1920x1200 display and access to Amazon's rapidly-growing app store. You won't find the rich ecosystem you'd get with an iPad or stock Android device, but again, it's $129. That's a great price point if you want to use this as a kitchen TV, or something to occupy your kids in the back seat.

It is a refurb, but you still get the same 1-year warranty that you would have gotten with a new one. Amazon normally sells these for $199, and the $70 discount is only good today, or until sold out. [Amazon]


These Brita water pitchers come in a variety of colors, and hold 10 cups at once. Even if you don't care that much about purifying your tap water, it's always nice to have a pitcher of really cold water handy. Most varieties are $28-$30 today, depending on the color. Be sure to look for $1 coupons on select models. [Brita Grand Water Filter Pitcher, $29-$30. Look for $1 coupons on select colors]


This Funko POP! Dancing Groot is the Best Groot Toy You Can Buy, and now you can actually buy it. It's already beaten out Cards Against Humanity to be the best-selling toy/game on Amazon. [Groot, $11]


Own the entirety of The West Wing, one of the best television shows ever, for only $62, today only. Bartlet for America. [The West Wing]


If you need a new set of wiper blades, Amazon will sell you a pair of ACDelcos for $20 flat. Just pick your size, add two to your cart, and the discount will be applied at checkout. [Two Wiper Blades for $20]


This is a great price-per-mAh ratio, and this battery is actually really nice looking to boot. [ Poweradd Pilot 2GS 10000mAh Dual USB Portable Charger, $20 with code 48FZ8HPZ]


This recently-announced wireless hard drive would be great for photographers and travelers, and you can score a $20 discount on the 1TB model, or $30 on the 2TB, by preordering today. [Preorder WD My Passport Wireless, $180-$220]


This might not have been a great summer for movies ( Boyhood and Guardians of the Galaxyexcluded), but upcoming blockbusters likes of Interstellar and Mockingjay - Part 1should be pretty enticing. If you have any films on your wishlist that will be out before the end of November, this deal's for you.


$7 gets you a voucher for any Fandango ticket priced up to $14, including those that are marked as "No Passes." This might not be a great deal for everyone, but if you live in a major city, your local theater is almost guaranteed to charge more for a ticket. [Amazon Local]






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