45 percent off an electric food dehydrator and other deals happening today

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7.2 channel reciever

Yamaha Amazon


Today only, snag this Yamaha receiver for 36 percent off. The 7.2-channel receiver is packed full of features including Dolby Atmos and DTS:X to maximize your options when it’s time to set up a surround-sound system. The receiver also connects to mobile devices over Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and AirPlay. Use Yamaha’s MusicCast app and MusicCast compatible speakers to add audio in up to nine other rooms. It is the cheapest I’ve ever seen on Amazon. Get it now for just $320.

6700mAh power bank

Anker Amazon


If you’re going out on for the afternoon and don’t want to lug around a cumbersome power bank, this 6700mAh pocket-sized Anker charger is on sale for 25 percent off. The device provides one and a half charges for the iPhone X or Samsung 8. $15.

Animal cordless vacuum

Dyson Amazon


Today you can get a refurbished Dyson Ball Animal upright vacuum for 33 percent off—now $200. The 18-pound, bagless cleaner has a self-adjusting head that changes according to floor texture. It comes with all the original accessories, including a stiff-bristle brush, a “tangle-free turbine” tool for pet hair, a “multi-angle” tool, and a stair tool. $200.

Nine-tray food dehydrator

Excalibur Amazon


Save 45 percent on a 600-watt Excalibur electric food dehydrator. The nine-tray device has a temperature range between 105-degrees and 165-degrees. A built-in 7-inch fan circulates the air inside the chamber, which holds 15 square feet of food. That’s a whole lot of jerky or dried fruit. The $350 machine is now available for $192.

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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.