36 percent off an electric shaver and other buzzy deals happening today

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Wet and dry shaver

Philips Norelco wet and dry shaver
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Enjoy some s(h)avings with Philips Norelco's wet and dry 8900 shaver, which is 36 percent off right now, or $130. The shaving head moves in eight directions, lets you shave dry or with shaving gel, and comes with a beard styler attachment that has 5 length settings. Once you're finished, place the shaver on the included SmartClean system stand, which lubricates, cleans, and charges your shaver. It comes with a travel case and a two-year warranty. $130.

Food processor and vegetable chopper

Hamilton Beach food processor and vegetable chopper
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For the rest of the day, you can save 34 percent on this Hamilton Beach food processor and vegetable chopper, which means it's just $33. The 450-watt device uses a stainless steel s-blade to chop, puree, and mix the food inside the 10-cup bowl. A nifty feature: the bowl scraper attachment, which lets you knock food off the sides of the bowl without having to stop the machine. Also included: a reversible blade disc that shreds and dices. Get it today for $33.

Dash cams and car phone chargers

Roav dash cams and car phone chargers
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Today, you can save on Anker dash cams and car phone chargers for one of Amazon's Deals of the Day. For all the car gear savings, head this way. The Roav dash cam C2 is 35 percent off and available for $40. It shoots 1080p footage, covers four lanes with its wide-angle lens, has a 3-inch LCD screen, and uses NightHawk technology to provide clear images at night. The C2 doesn't come with an SD card so you'll want to pick one up. It does, however, come with a suction cup to mount on your windshield and a 12-month warranty. $40.

The higher-end Roav C1 Pro dash cam is also on sale for 42 percent off and available for $75. It has a 2.4-inch LCD screen and captures footage in 2K resolution at 30 frames per second. It comes with a 32GB microSD card and a two-port car charger. If you're away from the car, the motion-activated gravity sensor turns the camera on to record any bumps or hits, so you're always covered. The device is also designed to withstand extreme temperatures, so don't worry about leaving it outside if it's super hot out. $75.

LED light strip

Koogeek LED light strip
KoogeekAmazon

If you want to try out a smart LED light strip without spending a ton of money, save 25 percent on this light from Koogeek when you use the code PSNRH2NQ at checkout. The waterproof, 6.5-foot light strip works with HomeKit, Alexa, and Google or can be controlled via your smartphone. There are markers that indicate where you can cut if you want a shorter segment. $30.

Bluetooth wireless devices

Monoprice Bluetooth sale
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Save up to 30 percent on a selection of wireless headphones, Bluetooth speakers, mice, and keyboards from Monoprice. The rugged Deep Blue Sub710 Bluetooth speaker is waterproof, holds up to 10 hours of battery life, and comes with an aluminum carabiner that attaches to your travel gear. The 25-ounce speaker charges via a micro-USB cable. Right now it's 30 percent off and available for $35.

Fenix 5X GPS watch

Garmin Fenix 5X GPS watch
GarminAmazon

Grab this certified refurbished Garmin Fenix 5X watch for 11 percent off today—now $369. The 51mm band GPS watch comes in slate gray with a Sapphire glass front and stainless steel bezel, rear, and buttons. It features a full-color TOPO mapping of the U.S., plus cycling routes. It can hold a charge for 35 hours and is water-resistant up to 100 meters. It comes with an interchangeable silicone band for swimming. Built-in find a three-axis compass, gyroscope, and barometric altimeter.

The watch tracks activities like golf or skiing and biometrics like heart rate, sleep quality, steps, calories, and pool laps. It comes with a 90-day Amazon warranty. $369.

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