$50 off a desk bike and other good deals happening today

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Water cooler

Avalon Amazon

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Avalon’s self-cleaning water cooler has three temperature buttons—hot, room temperature, and cold—and uses six-month sediment filters to provide constant clean water. It hooks up to a water line, so you don’t need to use bottles. The cooler also has a nightlight that shines into the water spout area. The hot button pours water around 187 degrees Fahrenheit, which is great for tea and instant noodles. The cold reaches down to about 47 degrees. Because now I have experience installing a Tushy bidet, I have faith that I’ll be able to hook this up to a waterline myself. $200.

Computers, hard drives, and monitors

PC deals Amazon

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Today, save up to 36 percent on PC accessories and parts including computers, WiFi routers, a 23-inch HD monitor, hard drives, and keyboards. You can also get a 13-inch Acer Chromebook for 18 percent off—now $315. It has an HD touchscreen, a 32-gigabyte hard drive, and has 12-hour battery life. Onward for all the deals.

Office workout bike

DeskCycle

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It’s not easy to find the time to work out during the busy day. Also, with winter coming, you’ll probably want to spend as little time outside as possible. The quiet DeskCycle 2 bike fits under a 27-inch-tall desk—you’ll need a higher desk if you’re taller than 5-foot-8-inches—and has eight magnetic resistance levels depending on how intense you want your workout to be. Right now, the device is 30 percent off and available for $119.

Soundcore mini

Anker Amazon

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Anker’s SoundCore mini is 33 percent off now on Amazon when you use the code ANKER233 at checkout. You can get the $30 speaker for $20. It fits in the palm of your hand, has a 15-hour battery life, and uses Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity that can be controlled from up to 66 feet away.

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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.