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Sennheiser HD1 In-Ear Wireless Headphones Amazon


There are typically two problems with running headphones: (1) They won’t stay in your ears and (2) most just don’t sound great. If you don’t want to run with clunky over-ear headphones, ones with a resting neckband design are a nice alternative. The Sennheiser HD1 in-ear headphones have a ten-hour battery life, connects via Bluetooth 4.1, and are currently 25 percent off—now just $150.

Kindle devices and Kindle Unlimited Amazon


To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Amazon’s Kindle, the site has $30 off all kindle devices—with the exception of the new waterproof Oasis—with even more savings on the Kindle unlimited service. You can get 33 percent off for twelve months ($80) or 40 percent off a two-year subscription ($144).

Limited Edition Super NES Nintendo 3DS XL Amazon


While this isn’t a deal, it seems Nintendo is releasing a new retro-inspired gaming console. As an Amazon exclusive, meet the new limited edition Super NES themed Nintendo 3DS XL. The console has the classic two-toned grey and purple look with a Super NES design on the outside. The system is $200, comes with a free download code for Super Mario Kart, and will be released on November 27. Pre-order here.

HyperChiller Massdrop


The HyperChiller—first written about in our Valentine’s Day gift guide—is a 12.5-ounce stainless steel chilling chamber that turns your hot coffee into iced coffee in one minute. There are no ice cubes, so you can quickly chill your coffee without diluting it. On Massdrop, you can join the drop and get it for $10 cheaper than MSRP.

Thermos deals Amazon


Thermos has 30 percent off insulated beverage containers, hydration bottles, and food containers. Grab a colorful, four-pack of 12-ounce insulated can coolers—now less than $24—or a 40-ounce stainless steel thermos for $19 .

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Billy Cadden

Billy CaddenBilly Cadden is the Director of Commerce for the Camden Media tech group. He was part of NYC indie rock band The Postelles, and currently releases solo music under his name. His latest work is available on all streaming platforms. Contact the author here.