46 percent off an indoor, smoke-less grill and other early Black Friday deals happening today
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Indoor smoke-less grill
You might not want to be grilling outside all winter, but it’s hard not to miss the succulent flavors of grilled meats and veggies. Luckily Philips’ indoor smoke-less grill is on sale for 46 percent off. It can reach up to 446 degrees Fahrenheit in six minutes and features a dishwasher-safe drip tray underneath the grill, making cleanup super easy. You can get the cooking gadget for just $150.
In advance of Black Friday, Amazon has up to 30 percent off Anker car chargers and accessories. Get a few spare braided nylon USB cables, wireless charging mounts, and USB charging hubs. Anker’s Roav SmartCharge Car Kit is on sale for 37 percent off—now $47—too. It’s got Amazon’s Alexa built-in and uses Bluetooth and FM radio to connect to your car’s stereo, allowing you to play music and pick up phone calls. It also boasts two USB quick-charging ports and connects the Roav app so you can find your car. The full list of charging products can be found here.
Today only, you can save up to 35 percent on Crayola kits. I’d still like to doodle on the light-up tracing pads, try out the Crayon melter, or beef up my art supply collection with the 140-piece set.
Nine-cup food processor
KitchenAid’s compact, nine-cup plus food processor has three speed settings—low, high, and pulse—that allow you to chop, dice, or puree your ingredients to your desired consistency. Today, you can get it on sale for 43 percent off—now just $126. The food processor has a tube on top to add oils, spices, or other ingredients. It comes with a dough blade and thick, medium, and thin slicing discs. All the accessories are dishwasher safe.
Early Black Friday deals
For Week 2 of Monoprice’s rotating Black Friday deal, find 23 percent off over-era headphones, 10 percent off a five-watt guitar tube amplifier, and 15 percent off outdoor coolers. The full list can be found here.
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