The Nespresso Pixie is small, attractive, and makes some great espresso. It even includes a milk frother! It's never sold below $200 until today. [Nespresso Pixie Espresso Maker, $155]

Update: The third party seller offering it at $155 has sold out. Amazon has it for $194, which is still a great price for this unit, historically.

SanDisk still makes the world's only 128GB MicroSD card, and you can get it today for an absurdly cheap $70. We've featured this when it dropped to $100 a few times, and it's always proven popular, so this is an insanely great deal. [SanDisk 128GB MicroSD Card, $70]

Update: Sold out

This waterproof bluetooth speaker only costs $15, includes nice, big playback controls, and even sticks to your shower wall with a suction cup. No brainer. [SoundBot HD Water Resistant Bluetooth Shower Speaker, $15]

This jar sealer creates a vacuum seal on most standard mason jars, allowing food to stay fresh up to five times longer. For $6, why not? [FoodSaver Jar Sealer, $6]


Update: I'm an idiot and didn't realize this requires a separate FoodSaver vacuum to actually do anything. Still a decent deal if you're in that camp, though.

These LED strips stick anywhere, and are perfect for lighting up dark closets or cabinets without running any wiring. Today, you can get a free tap light with the purchase of a $16 motion-sensitive model. Just add both to your cart and use promo code 5OP5B9T9.

Here's a boring, but useful deal: two great pairs of socks for $5 shipped. Doesn't get much better than that. [Adidas Men's 2-Pack ClimaCool No Show Socks, $5]

This universal charger works with most Windows laptops, and ingeniously includes a USB port in the power brick to keep your phone or tablet juiced up. [Targus Laptop Travel Charger with USB, $19]

Thermapen sets the gold standard in instant, accurate food temperature readings, and they're currently holding an extremely rare open box sale. [Thermapen Kitchen Thermometer, $74]

We've featured a handful of small deals on the PS4 in the past, but this one might be the best yet. Dell is offering a bundle featuring the console, three months of PlayStation Plus, and a game (either Infamous: Second Son, or MLB 14: The Show) for $450, with a $100 Dell gift card thrown in for good measure (appears in cart). Dell actually has a decent gaming section in their online store, so you shouldn't have any trouble spending that bonus cash. [PS4 Console Bundle + $100 Dell Gift Card, $450]


If you'd rather have an Xbox, you can get the Kinectless Xbox One for $360 right now as well. [Xbox One, $360]

This citrus juicer looks fantastic, has great reviews, and somehow only costs $20 after clipping the $5 coupon. [Cuisinart Pulp Control Citrus Juicer, $20]

This grenade-looking thing actually contains 7' of paracord, fishing gear, tin foil, a knife blade, and a fire starter. If you ever go hiking or camping, this is absolutely worth picking this up at $11. [The Friendly Swede Grenade Survival Kit, $11]

These wireless on-ears from Jabra are the Wirecutter's favorite Bluetooth headphones, and you can own a pair for just $140 today. They usually sell for over $200, so we don't expect this deal to last long. We featured these yesterday, and they're currently backordered, but you can still lock in the price for now. [Jabra REVO Bluetooth Headphones, $140]

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