For more deals and product chatter, check out our exclusive Facebook group.
Flare speaker bundle
Grab this limited-edition Soundcore Flare bundle (it comes with a case) for $65. For comparison, the regular Soundcore Flare (without the case) goes for $80. The Flare provides 360-degree sound, uses something called a BassUp EQ adjustment to provide a grumbly bass, and reacts to music with a color-changing LED ring. The speakers are waterproof and can be paired with a second one for stereo sound. $65.
14-inch electric chainsaw
Roav’s 14-inch electric chainsaw is even cheaper than it was last week. The $236 dollar backyard tool is now available for $200 when you click coupon code underneath the price on the product page. It boasts a lithium-ion battery that holds a 30-minute charge, which the company says is enough for “148 cuts.” It’s got a dual brake-and-lock switch to help protect against chain kickback and a chain adjustment knob for modifying the chain tension. The 36-volt, 10.91-pound chainsaw also comes with a three-year warranty. $200.
Acrylic paint and marker deals
Art supplies are expensive, so if you’re the creative type, you may want to take advantage of these deals on Arteza paint and professional marker sets. Save up to 26 percent on a 14-color paint set, a 96-marker set, and a 60-color paint tube set. The full run-down, this way.
The larger acrylic paint set features 60 0.74-ounce tubes of non-fading, non-toxic paint, plus a sturdy organization box. I’m running low on the smaller set I bought from this company to paint my album artwork, so you bet your booties I’ll be getting this. $30.
Ball upright vacuum
We’re a sucker for a great deal on a refurbished Dyson vacuum. Today, the company’s Ball upright vac is 38 percent off—now $185. The bagless machine weighs just under 18 pounds, has a self-adjusting head that changes according to floor texture, and uses a ball steering mechanism to move around corners with ease. It comes with all the original accessories and a six-month warranty. $185.
Today you can have a taste of the electric toothbrush life at a very low price. Fairywill Sonic brushes are on sale for up to 32 percent off. There are two models available, but I’d probably opt for the cheaper one since you get more features.
The cheaper model holds has a four-hour battery life, can be recharged via USB, and vibrates at 40,000 micro-brushes per minute. There are five brushing modes so you’ll always know you’re cleaning your teeth for the right amount of time. Every 30 seconds, the brush will vibrate and alert you to change sections in your mouth. This kit also comes with three replacement heads and plastic bristle cover for traveling. $19.
10x zoom binoculars
Expensive binoculars are great when you don’t have to worry about getting them all sandy. Have a cheap pair for dolphin and pelican spotting. These Apeman binoculars are just $27 with the code VDZXYA3N at checkout. They were $35. The 42mm binoculars have a 10x zoom, rubber grip, and a smartphone adapter that theoretically acts as a lens of sort for your phone camera. (I haven’t tried this yet.) This way you can take photos. They come with a carrying case. $27.
Motion-activated security light
Home Zone Monoprice
Today only, grab a motion-activated set of outdoor lights from Monoprice for 33 percent off. The battery-powered LED lights—they come with three included C batteries—can swivel 60-degrees side-to-side and 70-degrees up-and-down. The motion sensors can detect movement up to 110 feet away and stays on for 30 seconds. Turn off the lights with a switch on the bottom of the unit. $20.
With all our product stories, the goal is simple: more information about the stuff you’re thinking about buying. We may sometimes get a cut from a purchase, but if something shows up on one of our pages, it’s because we like it. Period.