As the weather gets wetter and colder, outdoor gear goes on sale. Now's a great time to buy supplies for next spring and summer. Today only, Klymit camping gear is on sale for up to 50 percent off. On market: two-person hammocks, sleeping bags, inflatable pillows, and 25-liter dry-bag backpacks. Trek this way for the full list.
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A few weeks ago, we featured a 10-port, fast-charging USB hub from Sabrent. It's a sweet charging device that makes sure nobody is fighting over outlets or single USB charging cords. Today, that Sabrent 10-port charger is on sale again for 40 percent off—only $30—as well as three other Sabrent charging products that are also up to 40 percent off. The full list of products is right this way.
Original Bamboo's memory foam pillows are on sale for 63 percent off—now $26 (they were $70). The pillows have a hypoallergenic cover and are filled with shredded memory foam pieces, which supposedly make it more breathable and supportive for your neck. What's particularly neat, though, is that your piece of foam can be one of a number of shapes. Only the Standard/Queen size pillows are available at this price.
Anker's Powerline II cable is currently 25 percent off. What makes this cable so cool is that it acts as three chargers—lighting cable, USB-C, and Micro USB—in one. It's similar to the heavy-duty Nomad version featured in PopSci's article on rad accessories for your new Apple products. You can get it now for just $11 if you use the code ANKER846 at checkout.
Monoprice's "Monocle deal" of the day is a steamy one. Save 50 percent on one of the 1500-watt Aicok electric kettles. The device has six pre-set temperature settings for various types of teas, coffees, and even a simple boil water button. The stainless steel kettle has a setting that keeps the desired temperature for two hours after it's heated up.
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