$70 off a robot vacuum, 31 percent off a digital photo frame, and other deals worth bringing home
The low-down on the day's best bargains.
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Fluffy V6 stick vacuum
Today, you can save $80 on a new Dyson V6 Fluffy stick vacuum—which is now just $150. The cord-free, nine-pound device has a roller cleaning head made with a soft nylon material that picks up larger pieces of dirt better than other bristled vacuum heads. The device has a Max Power mode that provides six minutes of super suction and can be turned into a handheld cleaner. $150.
Digital photo frame
Nixplay Seed Amazon
The Nixplay Seed makes for a perfect Mother’s Day gift, and is currently on sale for $104—the cheapest price I’ve seen for this frame. The details: a 10.1-inch screen, 10GB of online storage, and remote control via the Nixplay app. On your phone, choose which photos you want displayed, create photo playlists, and share your image sets with other Nixplay frame users. You can also recruit Amazon’s Alexa to show you specific photo playlists. $104.
For more frame options, check out our list on digital picture frames for all budgets.
Today, eufy’s RoboVac 15C—which is featured in our article on best vacuums for any mess—is on sale for 28 percent off. Save $70 and get it for $180. The vacuum weighs 9.4 pounds, is 2.85 inches high, and hums quieter than previous models. It can clean for 100 minutes on a single charge and allows you to steer and set cleaning schedules from your phone. If it senses a large drop, the vacuum will turn. The robot’s large wheels can maneuver over 0.63 inches if the floor height changes. $180.
If you are also in the market for an Echo Dot smart speaker, Amazon has a bundle of the two for $205. This is $5 less than if you bought the two devices separately.
Portable hard drive
The hard drive I use is $20 off today. The 4TB Seagate Backup Plus portable hard drive is USB 3.0 powered and works with both Macs and PCs. It can transfer up to 120 MB per second and comes with a two-month Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan membership. For reference, 4TB is about 68,000 hours of music. $90.
Skincare and dental products
Braun and Oral-B Amazon
Also on Amazon today: up to 35 percent off on Braun and Oral-B products.
The Silk-épil 7 epilator—basically a rotating cast of tiny tweezers that pull out your hair—has a pivoting head that can be used wet or dry. It holds a 40-minute charge and comes with extra attachments shaving or trimming. The built-in SensoSmart guide helps get rid of more hairs on the first go. It’s 20 percent off and available for $88.
You can also save 33 percent on this Oral-B Pro 7500 electric toothbrush. The device holds a 14-day charge, can monitor your brushing via the smartphone app, and includes a pressure sensor to make sure you aren’t brushing too hard. It comes with three types of brush heads designed for specific types of dental needs. For example, the 3D white brush head is designed to remove surface stains. There are five brushing modes and it comes with a travel case. $90.
Computerized sewing and quilting machine
Snag this refurbished Brother computerized sewing and machine for just $100. The machine masters 130 stitch types and eight styles of buttonholes, all of which can be selected on the large LCD display.
Car jump-starter and power bank
This two-in-one car jump-starter and 8000mAh power bank from Roav is $30 off with the code ROAV22RR at checkout. It can jump-start your car 15 times on a single charge, is water-resistant, and features a bright, built-in LED, which is essential for jumping your car at night. It also has two USB charging ports for phones, tablets, and cameras. The starter comes in a carrying case with clamped jumper cables, a micro-USB-to-USB cable, and a 15V vehicle outlet adapter so you can charge it on the go. Right now you can get it for $70.
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