30 percent off the best white noise machine and other good deals happening today

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Marpac Dohm white noise machine Amazon

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This Marpac Dohm white noise machine, which PopSci featured in the nightstand essentials section of our Time issue a few months back, uses a two-speed asymmetrical fan to generate a constant sound that can be adjusted by both pitch and volume. Today, you can get it—as well as two other Marpac Dohm noise machines—for up to 30 percent off.

Anime discounts Amazon

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If you’re into anime, this Amazon Deal of the Day will aniMAKE your day. The 23 titles—including the Ghost in the Shell movie and the complete Speed Racer series—are on sale for up to 60 percent off.

Toys! Amazon

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Do you have children? Are you aware that Christmas is coming soon? Check out these select toys—up to 30 percent off—like this Minecraft play set, 3Doodler pen, or Dancing Groot toy. For a complete list, click here.

Destiny 2 Amazon

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Today only, Amazon has Destiny 2 for PS4 on sale for $26—that’s 57 percent off. Sounds like destiny is calling.

Pro Breeze Electric Dehumidifier Amazon

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This quiet Pro Breeze Electric Dehumidifier is on sale today for $37—down from $50. The dehumidifier has a 16-oz. water tank and can remove up to 9 ounces of moisture from the air per day.

Magazine subscriptions Amazon

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A magazine subscription is always a great gift idea. Today on Amazon, select magazine subscriptions—like Rolling Stone, Motor Trend, and GQ—are on sale. Get a year of PopSci for $5. For a complete list, click here.

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Billy Cadden
Billy Cadden

Billy 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.