Today’s Best Deals: Philips Hue, OneBlade Beard Trimmer, Amazon Dockers Sale, and More

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Today’s Best Deals: Philips Hue, OneBlade Beard Trimmer, Amazon Dockers Sale, and More

Amazon’s one-day Dockers sale, Philips’ OneBlade, and a 20% Philips Hue discount for Prime members lead off Tuesday’s best deals.

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Top Tech Deals

Whether you enjoy camping, are worried about power outages, or just like the idea of being off the grid, Anker’s 21W PowerPort Solar can keep your USB-powered gadgets juiced up with the power of the sun. Save 20% today with promo code BEST2421.

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Compared to the reader-favorite JBL Charge 3, the Charge 2+ has less battery life, and is merely splashproof rather than truly waterproof. That being said, it still sounds great, and can connect to multiple sources and pair with other JBL speakers for multi-room audio, so it’s a great deal at $65, even refurbished.

If you don’t have enough power outlets in your home (does anyone?), this PowerAdd surge protector includes 8 protected AC outlets, plus four USB ports, all for just $18 with promo code 5FGJ45D5.

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Apple may have popularized truly wireless headphones, but for more affordable options are finally starting to come to market.

SoundPEATS popular true wireless earbuds are back on sale for $35 today, matching the best price we’ve seen. These look exactly like the Axgio Dash headphones I wrote about here, which enjoy a solid six hours battery life, but include no charging case, meaning you’ll have to plug them in to a microUSB cable once the batteries die.

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If you don’t mind neckbands, here’s another pair for $16.

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It’s a great day to upgrade to our readers’ favorite rechargeable batteries, as Amazon’s marked the 8-pack of Eneloop AAs down to $15, and the 16-pack down to $29, both all-time lows.

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Neither of these packs include a charger, but Amazon sells one for $15.

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If you prefer non-rechargeable batteries for whatever reason (Earth Day was this weekend, you monster), here’s 100 AmazonBasics AAs for $16.

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Anker’s PowerCore Turbo is a bit of an oddball in Anker’s lineup, but you can score one today for 40% off with a very enticing deal.

On its face, the PowerCore Turbo is a pretty standard issue 16,000mAh battery pack. But the secret sauce here is the included car charger that can recharge the entire thing in 90 minutes, about 10x faster than with a microUSB charger. In fact, just 8 minutes plugged into the car charger will give it enough juice to fill an iPhone 6s, which is just bananas. Personally, I wish it came with a fast wall charger rather than a car charger, but at $30, it’s tough to complain.

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You can never have enough Lightning cables, so grab an extra one for $5, or two for $10 today from Mpow. Just be sure to note the promo codes.

Note: For the two-pack, choose the second option below, and manually add two of them to your cart.

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It’s aluminum, it’s adjustable, it holds any device, and it’s $8. What’s not to love about this desktop phone stand?

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Top Home Deals

Amazon’s looking out for the green thumbs today with a great deal on their top selling utility cart.

Gorilla Carts’ GOR6PS boasts fantastic user reviews, can haul a whopping 1200 pounds, and some even include a quick-release dumping mechanism for easy dirt pouring. Today’s deal is an all-time low, so lock in your order before it gets buried.

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There may be no better way to spend a Sunday than killing a bottle of wine while leisurely making a big-ass paella to share, but the experience isn’t complete without an honest-to-goodness paella pan. Luckily, Lodge makes a heavy duty carbon steel model that’ll work on pretty much any cooking surface, and with a few exceptions, $47 is about as cheap as it gets.

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If your mattress doesn’t leave you feeling as well-rested as you’d like, it’s a whole lot cheaper to upgrade it with a mattress pad than to buy a new one, especially today.

Amazon is offering highly-rated ExceptionalSheets two piece, extra thick pads for $104-$138 as part of a one-day Gold Box deal. ExceptionalSheets is the same company that makes the mattress pads for Marriott hotels, and this model uses the same foam as those pads, with a layer visco memory foam added.

The standard full, queen, and king pads come in at $112, $123, and $138 respectively. They promise to soften up old mattresses, are hypoallergenic, and use a state-of-the-art fiberfill to replicate duck down.

$123

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If you’re sick of stubbing your toes on your front porch and struggling to find your key hole, these solar-powered motion-sensing spot lights can illuminate your outdoor space with no wiring required. Get four of them for $30 today with promo code API29OGS.

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While it’s certainly not as fast as the coin-operated air compressor at a gas station, this glove box-friendly compressor can save your bacon if you have to change a tire, or just can’t be bothered to find a bunch of quarters. One reviewer describes it as slightly larger than two decks of playing cards, so you shouldn’t have any trouble finding somewhere to hide it.

$15

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If you’re curious about Amazon Dash buttons, today’s a great day to try them. Right now, pick up any two Dash buttons of your choice, and get a third one free. Plus, you’ll still get a $5 Amazon credit the first time you use it, meaning they’re literally paying you to buy household essentials.

Just add three Dash buttons to your cart and you’ll see the discount applied automatically at checkout. Just an FYI: It is limited to Prime Members only and only one free button.

The great thing about Philips Hue is that your fancy lighting profiles aren’t limited to standard bulbs; the Hue Lighstrip lets you to stick a rope of color-changing, Wi-Fi connected lights anywhere in your house.

The Lightstrip hardly ever goes on sale, but while supplies last, Prime members can get it for $66, or 20% off, with the discount shown at checkout. This kit includes a 6′ strip, but you can add on 40″ extensions for a (comparatively) affordable $25, if that’s not quite long enough.

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Just note that you’ll need a Hue Bridge to control this thing; it’s not a starter kit on its own.

I’m calling it: It’s summer already. So pick up a pair of hammered copper mule mugs, and go enjoy a refreshingly cold drink.

$16

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The propane-powered Pizzacraft Pizzeria Pronto pizza oven is ideal for backyard barbecues and tailgates, and Amazon’s taking a whopping $94 off today.

The Pronto hooks up to any propane tank, and reaches temperatures of up to 700 degrees, resulting in crispy crust and melted cheese, all in just five minutes. The oven almost always sells for $300, and today’s $206 deal is the first discount Amazon’s offered in 2017.

If you don’t have a pizza peel, Pizzacraft sells an accessory kit that also includes a cleaning brush.

$27

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Takeya’s cold brew coffee maker, one of the most popular items we’ve ever posted, is back down under $20, just in time for the warmer weather.

This non-coffee drinker bought one of these last year, and I’m absolutely in love with it. All you have to do is fill the basket with ground coffee, fill the container with water, and let it steep overnight in the fridge. The resulting coffee concentrate needs to be watered down, so one batch should last you several days.

$19

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Our readers have bought tens of thousands of OxyLED’s motion-sensing night lights, and now they’re offering you the first ever deal on the supersized T-02 Plus.

The Plus features 36 individual LED bulbs, a rechargeable battery, and unlike a several similar models, the ability to turn on manually, rather than relying on the motion and ambient light sensors. It’s big and bright enough to light up an entire closet or a large cabinet, but personally, I’d stick mine under my kitchen cabinets to light up the counter below.

$20

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A generator probably isn’t high on the list of things you need to buy right this instant, but they tend to become very necessary at inconvenient and/or stressful times, so when you can get Amazon’s #1 seller for an all-time low $135, you should take advantage just for the peace of mind.

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We love Pyrex around these parts, and their 3-pack of measuring cups is down to $11 today. In addition to looking great, the cups are microwave and (semi) dishwasher safe, and since they’re made of glass, they won’t absorb any odors, flavors, or stains. Plus, they just feel heavy and professional, and would make a nice gift.

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Top Lifestyle Deals

The Philips Norelco OneBlade was the most exciting new shaving product of 2016, and Amazon’s offering the first discount we’ve seen on it since Black Friday.

Most of the people on our team (except Jillian) are converts to this thing, and Shane shared his thoughts about it on Lifehacker Gear:

I’m pretty blown away by the Philips OneBlade. I was expecting a deconstructed electric razor or a souped up Gillette Power-style situation, but the OneBlade is more like the next evolution of beard trimmers.

The OneBlade can be used to get a close shave, edge, or trim down to your preferred length. It’s also washable and rechargeable, and the replaceable blades that last an estimated four months are already available on Subscribe and Save.

The OneBlade can be used in the shower or over the sink, with or without shaving cream or oil. To be clear, this is not going to give you a straight razor-close shave, but it’s going to get you 99.5% of the way there in no time and with no irritation.

The OneBlade has sold for $35 almost exclusively since launch, so $4 qualifies as a solid discount. I paid full price a couple months ago, and have zero regrets.

Who doesn’t like saving money on their khakis (I bet Jake from Statefarm does)? Amazon is knocking down prices on tons of pants, shoes, accessories, and more from Dockers, today only. You could end up with an entire outfit for half of what you’d normally pay, but these prices are a 24-hour thing, so don’t wait.

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Saliva-based ancestry DNA tests probably won’t tell you anything profound, but they can be fun, and make great gifts, so you may want to pick up 23andMe’s for $20 off today.

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Spring has officially sprung, so it’s as good a time as any to stock up on new workout clothes with PUMA’s free shipping when you use the code PVTSD on any order. That free shipping also applies to their massive Private Sale, where you can get up to 75% off a ton of styles.

We’ve shared a lot of Dorco shaving deals recently, but if you want to try a new handle, or just need some more cartridges, they’re taking $10 off any $20 order right now with promo code MyThanks. Unlike most Dorco deals, this isn’t limited to a specific product, so you can shave prices on whatever it is you need.

You don’t need a gym membership to have access to a pull-up bar: You just need a doorway. If you don’t have one of those, I can’t help you. This pull-up bar has a ton of (mostly) good Amazon reviews, and features 12 non-slip pads so you can customize your grip.

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May the 4th is basically the Star Wars fan’s Christmas. Rewatch the original trilogy with even more geek cred during ThinkGeek’s May the 4th Star Wars sale. Get 40-60% off a ton of Star Wars gear, from apparel, to accessories, to collectibles. There’s enough to fill a sandcrawler two times over.

Top Media Deals

I urge you not to judge Ghost in the Shell based on the Scarlett Johannson film. Instead, add the 25th Anniversary Blu-ray of the original to your collection for just $8, within $1 of an all-time low.

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Legend of Korra was one of the best shows on TV during its time, let alone one of the best anime series, and you can own all four seasons on Blu-ray for just $30, courtesy of Amazon.

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Star Trek’s The Original Series Roddenberry Vault includes 12 of the Roddenberry estate’s favorite episodes, plus a ton of deleted scenes, behind the scenes footage, and other clips from the cutting room floor that you can’t see anywhere else. Needless to say, this would be an amazing gift for the Trekker in your life.

$30

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Top Gaming Deals

If you’re lucky enough to own a Nintendo Switch, we’ve found deals on a couple of accessories to keep it safe and pristine, at least until you throw it into a wall after getting blue shelled at the finish line in Mario Kart.

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If you missed out on last week’d Gold Box deal, Ghost Recon Wildlands is back down to $35 again on Amazon. Not bad considering the game’s barely a month old.

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Razer made a 5.1 sound bar designed specifically for gaming, because of course they did, and it’s marked down to an all-time low $130 today. Just be careful with that subwoofer if you have neighbors in your building, or like, within a half mile or so.

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Last week, we posted a $2 deal (still available) on a fidget spinner that was shipping from China sometime in the next month. But if you just can’t wait to get your hands on one of these things, here’s a $5 model that’s eligible for Prime shipping.

$5

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