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Trophy Cam

Bushnell Amazon

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Bushnell’s Trophy Cam HD Essential E3 trail camera is on sale for 39 percent off—now just $73. Set it up in your backyard or on a nature trail to get some wildlife photos; it shoots 16mp still images and 1280x720p video. It stores footage on an SD card, and because the camera only wakes up if a critter triggers its motion sensor, the batteries can last up to a year. The camera has a 100-foot range and can shoot up to three photos per second in either day or night. The camera comes with straps for mounting and requires eight AA batteries.

El Niño blender

Monoprice Monoprice

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Save 36 percent on Monoprice’s El Niño smoothie blender. It comes with two blending cups—a 23.7-ounce storage container and a 20-ounce to-go cup—and a 1000-watt motor that spins the 6-inch stainless steel blades. The plastic containers are BPA-free and dishwasher-safe. The kitchen appliance usually sells for $55, but you can buy one today for $35.

Sunglasses

William Painter and House of Harlow Amazon

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Need a new pair of sunglasses to close out the final weeks of summer? William Painter and House of Harlow have up to 40 percent off sunglasses and a 12-in-1 credit card sized multi-tool for repairs. If you’ve got scratched lenses and want to try out a new set of frames, check out all the styles here.

Braided lightning cable

Anker Amazon

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Nylon lightning cables by Anker are on sale for less than $10 if you use the code CABLELTN at checkout. The double braiding makes the 6-foot cable sturdier. Choose between black, red, and white cables.

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Billy Cadden
Billy Cadden

Billy 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.