30 percent off Think Geek electronics and other great deals happening today

The low-down on the day's best bargains.

Foam rollers

TriggerPoint Amazon


Stretching before and after a workout warms up your muscles, aids in recovery, and relieves tightness. Pick up a TriggerPoint foam roller today for 22 percent off. They come in all shapes and sizes, so consider your space and which parts of your body you’re rolling. For more information on stretching, check out our comprehensive stretching guide, which works for the casual runner to the elite athlete.

Intelligent wall charger

Anker Amazon


Save 20 percent on a 49.5-watt Anker wall adapter with the code ANKERB23 at checkout. The dual USB-C and USB plug recognizes which device is connected and provides the fastest charging speed. It can also charge newer MacBooks via the USB-C port. Get the device for just under $30.


Think Geek


When you use the code OFFBEAT at checkout on ThinkGeek, you can save 30 percent on select pop-culture-themed gadgets and electronic devices that are perfect for the holidays. The standout items—at least for me—are the Bluetooth Star Trek Vulcan Earbuds, mini retro arcade game consoles, and a R2-D2 USB charging hub. They’ve got tons of products to check out, so take a look at them all here.


Black & Decker Amazon


Today, you can save $11 on a Black & Decker Roto-BIT storage screwdriver and 48-bit set—now available for $22. The four-volt, handheld device features a rotating cartridge in the back that can store bit pieces. The tool holds a charge for 18 months and has magnet on top to hold screws as well as an LED light in front.

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Billy Cadden

Billy CaddenBilly Cadden is the Director of Commerce for the Camden Media tech group. He was part of NYC indie rock band The Postelles, and currently releases solo music under his name. His latest work is available on all streaming platforms. Contact the author here.