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Let’s get this out of way: $300 is still a lot of money to spend on a trash can, and you’re right to be skeptical. But Simplehuman makes what can only be described as the Tesla of trash cans. From voice control to motion sensors, these stainless steel cans have a silver ion coating that keeps them sanitary and fingerprint-free. Ranging in price from $30 to $300, Simplehuman's high-tech trash receptacles rarely go on sale — but today's your lucky day. In honor of spring cleaning, you can get 20 percent off the brand's high-tech home goods, including its iconic trash cans, one of our favorite dish racks and more.
One of the best buys of the sale is Simplehuman's 58-liter dual-compartment sensor can, which is going for $240 down from $300. (You can also score a regular step can for about $80 less.) The brand's step cans boast a pedal that is engineered to last 150,000 steps or about 20 years of normal use. They feature patented technology that dampens the noise from opening and closing the lid, and the internal hinge is designed in such a way that you can place it against the wall without scratching it. Perhaps most importantly, the trash cans are airtight and keep foul odors at bay. And you can even buy refill cartridges for the odor-absorbing pod that comes with the can. Plus, Simplehuman designs its own liners, so your trash bag will fit like a glove. And if that's not enough, some of the cans come with sensors — both motion- and voice-operated — that allow you to open the can hands-free, making it much more sanitary than most other lidded cans.
Although dropping a couple of hundred dollars on a trash can may still seem like a lot, keep in mind that Simplehuman's cans are easy on the eyes and outperform the competition in almost every way. Plus, Simpleuhuman also sells other home goods, like the best splurge dish rack you can buy, motion-activated soap dispensers, a paper towel holder that also stores cleaning solution and so much more that's also included in the sale. Whether you're able to drop hundreds or want to spend closer to $50, this rare sale is worth shopping while you can.