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Al Mar folding knife. Massdrop
If you are on the lookout for a new pocket knife, this Al Mar stainless-steel Osprey Gentleman’s folding knife is worthy of your attention. The 1.65-inch blade comes with a leather carrying case and folds into a handle that comes in three materials: Micarta, cocobolo wood, or black pearl. The suggested retail price is $169.95, but because of how the Massdrop deals community works, if three people sign up to buy, the price will fall to $115. If six people hop on board, it’ll drop to $105.
Dewalt oscillating tool kit. Amazon
If you are doing some home improvements or otherwise foresee a need to cut or sand anything, invest in this three-amp Dewalt oscillating tool kit and save over $58. The kit comes with a bonus oscillating triangular rigid scraping blade, 29-piece accessory kit, and carrying case. It’s now $99.
Home essentials. Amazon
Amazon still has some great deals from yesterday—up to 80 percent off—on home essentials, just in case you missed out.
Mechanical keyboards. Amazon
Amazon has two KrBn mechanical keyboards on sale today. The steampunk-y typewriter keyboard connects via USB and is $30 off. The deal says it is 78 percent off, but typically the keyboard sells for $120 (not $400). The keyboard works with both PC and Mac, has an aluminum body, and includes blue mechanical switches—you’ll feel a tactile bump and hear a clicking noise.
The second keyboard—the KrBn Mechanical Gaming Keyboard—has nine shades of LED backlight and green switch mechanical keys. Green switches are similar to blue switches, but have a higher actuation force, which means you have to put more pressure on the key to get it to register. Good for folks who type with vigor and hate accidental keystrokes. The keyboard is water-resistant and has four draining holes. Now $55.
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