Today's Amazon Gold Box deal is a pair of Goal Zero charging kits. The Guide 10 includes a solar panel that can charge a built-in battery pack, included rechargeable AA batteries, or any USB-powered device directly. The Lighthouse is a hand crank-powered lantern that is compatible with any Goal Zero solar panel (sold separately), and includes a built-in 4400mAh battery to charge your gadgets. Of course, you can also charge it up at home without using the crank.

These might seem a little frivolous today, but you'll be glad to have them during a long power outage, or for any camping trips.

Goal Zero 41022 Guide 10 Plus Solar Recharging Kit ($80) | Amazon

Goal Zero 32001 Lighthouse 250 Portable Battery Charger USB Power Hub and Lantern ($50) | Amazon

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It's only two knives and a honing steel, but boy are they nice. $45 gets you a Victorinox paring knife, and an 8" chef's knife. The chef's knife is the Sweethome's pick for best chef's knife, and I can personally attest that it is awesome. [Victorinox Knife Set, $45]

If you're going to buy a cheap printer, you should probably get a simple, reliable monochrome laser printer. This Canon is decidedly lacking in bells and whistles, but at $40, it'll get the job done. [Canon imageCLASS LBP6000 Printer, $40]

Want wireless connectivity? The step-up Canon LBP6030W is also on sale today for $100. [Canon LBP6030W, $100]

Refurbished KitchenAid deals aren't all that rare, but seeing them for $160 is. [Refurb KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer, $160]

Amazon is practically giving away this french press coffee maker today at $12, and you even get a choice of colors. [Grosche Basel French Press Coffee Maker, $12]

We occasionally see deals for third party Lightning cables for around $10, but this is the genuine article, straight from Apple. [Apple Lightning Cable, $10]

Best Buy today is taking $100 off several SKUs from the current generation of MacBook Airs, bringing the cost of a baseline 11" model all the way down to $800. If you have access to a .edu email address, you can take an additional $150 off as well. $250 off a Mac is pretty much unheard of, so if you've been thinking about getting a new Air, this is the time to do it. [$100 off MacBook Airs + $150 Off with .edu Email]




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