Up to 30 percent off Zojirushi cooking gear and other deals happening today

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Travel mugs and rice cooker

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Some of the PopSci editors swear by Zojirushi coffee mugs. Today, so you can save up to 30 percent on Zojirushi products like a 16-ounce stainless steel mugs, a lunch jar, water boiler, and even a rice cooker. The rice cooker can make up to 10 cups of the fluffy stuff, while carefully monitoring its temperature adjusting for a perfect cook. It can also steam vegetables.

Zolo Liberty earbuds

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Anker’s Zolo Liberty Bluetooth earbuds are on sale for 19 percent off for the next week. Just use the code ZOLOPRO7 at checkout to shave and get a pair for $80. The earbuds are sweat-proof, have a 3.5 hour battery life from a single charge, and come with a charging case that can provide an extra 20.5 hours of listening time. $80.

Color sensors

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Nix color sensors connect to your phone via Bluetooth and allow you to scan and identify colors you see in the real world. Imagine walking into a restaurant and falling in love with the wall color. It’s doubtful any employee will know the specific paint they used and a picture isn’t always accurate. This is where the sensor comes in handy. As long as you have a solid 0.5-inch area of the color, the Nix sensor can match that wall hue with up to 31,000 paint colors or color values in its system. The sensor blocks out all ambient light and uses its own internal light source to read the surface. Today, two nix models are on sale for up to 30 percent off—the Nix Mini and the Nix Pro. The Nix Pro model comes with all the same functionality as the Mini, but also allows you bring in your own custom color libraries, create A/B color comparisons, and export your saved data. $69 and $259.

Standing desks

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If you’ve been thinking about picking up a standing desk for the office or home, today might be the day to take the plunge. FlexiSpot products are up to 40 percent off and the sale features multiple standing desk models including a height-adjustable workout desk and bike combo that lets you push pedals and pencils at the same time. There are also two 55-inch wide electronic desks with programmable smart keypads so you don’t have to fuss with the settings and a 35-inch riser that fits on top of your regular desk. You can also get a good deal on a padded matt to stand on so your new health initiative doesn’t leave you feeling like the tin man after a day of work.

Save $50 off

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In case you missed last week’s deal, select FitBit items are once again on sale for $50 off. Today, save on its Alta, Ionic, and Ace models. The wearable devices track your steps, calories, and sleep health. Unlike the Apple Watch, most FitBits boast a 5-day battery life. Pair it with your smartphone or computer to set goals and get more detailed information about your daily activity performance. Prices range from $79 to $280, depending on the model.

Fun feeder dog bowls

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Outward Hound’s Fun Feeder helps prevents your dog from eating too quickly and are available for up to 30 percent off. Devouring their food at a faster rate can be bad for digestion, cause them to choke, or make them vomit. The food bowls come in three puzzle patterns and are available in two sizes. The small bowl holds two cups while the large holds four, but both are sturdy enough that they won’t flip over and litter your kitchen with kibble.

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Billy Cadden

Senior Director of Commerce

Billy Cadden is the Senior Director of Commerce for the science, tech, and outdoor group at Recurrent. He began working as the Commerce Editor at PopSci in 2017, where he spent 5 years diving deep into every product he could get his hands on. Cadden splits his time between Bed Stuy, Brooklyn, and Woodstock with his dog Wanda. He spends his time seeking new coffee shops and writing for his solo music project