34 percent off a handheld vacuum and other good deals happening today
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If any part of your body needs a good knead, Amazon has up to 20 percent off highly-rated Zyllion massagers. There are vibrating foam rollers, neck and back massagers, a shoulder massager, and even a rolling, heated foot massager. This way for the full list..
I’m all about Think Geek’s kitchen deals today. They’ve got up to 70 percent off products like my favorite Zombie head cookie jar ($10!), heat-changing solar eclipse mugs ($5!), and Star Wars Ice cube trays ($2). The full list can be found here.
On a side note, I fell down a rabbit hole looking into whether Hollywood would ever make a Zelda movie. I found no concrete answers, but did stumble across Think Geek’s new Zelda rolling pin. It’s $25.
What is a gaming chair? It’s a chair—sometimes with built-in vents to help keep your body cool—that’s designed to be sat in for 15 hours of video games without messing up your back. Said another way: it’s a top-quality chair that you could use for video games or not. If that sounds intriguing, Amazon has up to 25 percent off gaming chairs ranging from $59 to $143.
If you don’t have a handheld vacuum, you haven’t lived. It’s quite honestly a life changer. Forget lugging out your heavier vacuum that’s tucked behind your laundry basket for a few Doritos crumbs between your couch cushions. Grab one of these 20-volt Black+Decker pivot vacuums and be done in seconds. It comes with a charging base, holds a 15-minute charge, and uses a pivoting nozzle head to make it easier to reach otherwise inaccessible areas. Right now this one is 34 percent off—now $53.
Drone’t sleep on this deal. The Tenergy Eggsplorer RC quadcopter drone typically sells for $30, but you can get one today for $18. The transformable drone—from a mysterious, transportable egg to quadcopter—features an auto hovering mode, and can do a 360-degree tumble stunt.
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