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Camping season is coming. Or, if you want to take on nature in the cold, bundle up in a super warm sleeping bag. Save 25 percent on this water-resistant REI Co-op Magma 10 Sleeping Bag—now $276. It’s got an anti-snag zipper, hood to keep in warmth—and potentially fit a small pillow—and made with super-warm down insulation. Get the $369 sleeping bag for $276.
Save $81 on Anker’s Nebula Prizm II home projector when you use the code L212XMAS at checkout. The deal lasts until January 31. Like the cheaper model—the Prizm—I wouldn’t use this in a professional home theater setup, but it is a great projector for a guest room or if you don’t have enough room for a larger TV. The device offers a 1920×1080 resolution, can project up to a 120-inch screen, and comes with a bulb that has a 30,000-hour lifespan. Connect devices via HDMI or USB. You can plug in external speakers via an AUX cable or use the built-in 5-watt speakers.
Today save 53 percent on a Weekender memory foam pillow—now $28. It has a machine washable cover and comes in standard, queen, and king sizes. The pillow is also infused with a gel to help regulate the temperature, so your face doesn’t get too hot. Also, if you didn’t get a chance to check out our better sleep gift guide, do so now.
Save $6 on these Anker SoundBud Curve headphones with the code ANKER3263 at checkout. The wireless sports headphones hold a 14-hour charge, are sweat-resistant, and have EarWings that help keep them on your ears while working out. Get them today for $20.
If you’re sick of your co-workers stealing all the office granola bars or non-decaf Keurig pods, pick up a stash of your own. Today you can save up to 25 percent on Amazon brand office supplies like coffee gear, snacks, hand sanitizers, paper towels, and more.
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