25 percent off a Vitamix blender and other great deals happening today

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

Nebula Mars II portable projector

Anker Amazon


Anker’s Nebula Mars II portable projector is on sale for 26 percent off with the code BESTMARS at checkout. The 300 ANSI lumen device—now $370—features two 10-watt speakers and includes a “single second” autofocus feature that will readjust the picture from any distance. The projector can provide an HD picture up to 150 feet and connects to your smartphone, USB-connected device, or anything with an HDMI cable. Enjoy up to four hours of playtime.

Last week, Anker launched a Kickstarter campaign for the second model of this device.

SpaceView baby monitor

eufy Amazon


Until November 6, you can save 29 percent on a Eufy SpaceView baby monitor. The device features a panning camera that can view 330-degrees across and 110-degrees up and down. It also has a wide-angle lens attachment, a microphone for two-way audio, and alerts you when your baby cries. View the footage on the included 720p-resolution, five-inch monitor. Use the code EUFYMM88 at checkout to get it for $120.

A2500 Ascent smart blender



This 64-ounce Vitamix blender has a cool-running motor that maintains a consistent temperature, plus a built-in digital timer and stainless steel blades that are fast enough that the friction can quickly turn cold ingredients into warm soup. There are program settings for smoothies, soups, and frozen desserts, but the device also has a speed control and pulse setting for control over consistency and texture. What makes the blender smart? The base adjusts the program settings depending on which smart container you place on the base. Those containers are self-cleaning, or can be placed in the dishwasher. The best part: it’s on sale for 25 percent off.


Kenmore Elite Amazon


If you need some extra space for frozen desserts or dinners, Amazon has a Kenmore Elite 20.5-cubic-foot freezer on sale for 27 percent off. Get it today for $750.

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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.