Heated blankets, ski goggles, and other cold-weather items on sale today
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SanDisk, WD, and G-Technology memory cards and flash drives are extra cheap today. They’re up to 30 percent off, so if you need more space for photos and videos or are looking for some extra SD cards to stash in your camera bag, today may be the day to make a move. The SanDisk 2TB Extreme Portable External SSD, for example, is going for $80 less, now available for $300. It’s water-, shock-, and dust-resistant, has a rugged casing, and is built with a loop so you can hook it onto your backpack.
My favorite foot massager—featured in my best messagers for every part of the body article—is available for the cheapest price I’ve seen it. Use the code 2LAE84YL at checkout and you can get Mynt’s tapping foot massager for $125. It’s got 22 massage heads, heating abilities, and lets you program your massage preferences.
Snag Anker’s 60-watt 10-port USB charging station for $12 less with the code ANKERPQ2 at checkout. It’s now $28. The PowerIQ technology identifies your device and makes sure it is charged at the fastest speed—up to 2.4 amps. It comes with an 18-month warranty.
Spring is nigh, but it’ll take weeks until we’re fully in from the cold. Today, you can save up to 26 percent on heated blankets from Beautyrest. They come in a variety of styles, measure 50 x 64 inches, and feature an attached controller with three heating settings. It’s got a two-hour shut off safety feature and needs to be plugged into a wall. They are also machine washable. Get one today for $37.
Today, use the code 18TECKIN to save $12 on a Wi-Fi smart power strip from TECKIN—now $23. It’s got four USB ports and four three-prong outlets, plus you can control it with your voice via the smartphone app, Amazon Alexa, or Google Assistant. You can set a power schedule, which means you can use less energy and save some cash on your electricity bill.
The Sensibo turns any remote-controlled air conditioner into a smart AC unit. The device clones your remote control’s infrared signal and allows you to access the controls via an app on your smartphone. Most remote codes are searchable within the app. You can create a full, seven-day schedule, turn the AC on remotely, and ask it to react to drops or spikes in temperature. The company also just launched a new smart feature called “Climate React,” which lets you set a comfort area between two specific temperatures. If the internal temperature or humidity sensors read that it’s out of that comfort zone, the A/C will act accordingly. The device works with Amazon Alexa or Google Home, so you can change the temperature without getting out of bed. Save $51 with code CloudWhiteLaunch2019 and get the device for $113. This deal ends on March 1.
I’ve been itching to get back onto the slopes for about a decade. For spring skiers in search of some super-cheap UV protection, there’s 60 percent off Zionor goggles, which boast detachable, reflective lenses and come in a variety of colors. They’ve also got some warm socks to keep your toes toasty in your boots. Today, you can the goggles and a pair of socks for under $20.
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