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Titan Fitness 12″ Plyometric Box HD
Save 50%: Bodyweight exercises can only get you so far in the gym-game. Step it up a notch (literally) with a plyometric box. It’s a simple way to make moves like knee drives, and tricep dips harder and integrate more vertical into your workout, putting your balance to the test. The steel base means it’ll survive thousands of hops and the rubber top is necessary to guarantee you won’t slide as you jump up and down. — Meg Lappe
Fujifilm X-E2S Mirrorless Camera
Save $320: The Fujifilm X-E2S is a rangefinder-style mirrorless camera, released in 2016, that’s cut from the same cloth as Fuji’s way-more-expensive X-Pro2. It doesn’t have the hybrid viewfinder of the X-Pro2, but the X-E2S still has a high-res electronic viewfinder and it’s still an excellent compact travel camera. It has a 16-megapixel X-Trans sensor, 77-point autofocus system and an endearing retro look.
Normally, the X-E2S with an 18-55mm (F2.8-4) lens goes for around $1,000, but it’s on sale on Amazon and Adorama for $680 — that’s the $320 off and the best deal we’ve ever seen the X-E2S going for. The camera is available in black and silver models on Adorama. — Tucker Bowe
TCL P-Series 4K HDR TVs
Save: TCL may have once been considered a cheap TV manufacturer, but it’s almost completely curbed that notion in recent years — now, frankly, it’s known for its high-quality and affordable TVs. Last year, its P-Series was some of the best bang-for-your-buck 4K smart televisions you could buy. They also supported HDR and Dolby Vision formats, which is a rarity for TVs in this price range. The 55-inch model normally goes for around $800, but you can save a couple hundred dollars and pick up a refurbished model for $530 on eBay. If you’re looking for a brand new TV, Best Buy is also selling this model on sale for $600. — Tucker Bowe
Orient Bambino V2
Save 52%: The Orient Bambino is a stalwart inclusion on many affordable watch roundups (including ours) because few timepieces combine a mechanical movement with such a handsome design at its low price point. Orient has made many dial variants of the Bambino, but the V2, with its Roman numerals and blue hands, is one of the classiest. Right now you can get it for just $143, making this a no-brainer buy if you’re looking for a handsome watch to complete your business or formal wardrobe. — Andrew Connor
Eddie Bauer Presidents’ Day Sale
Save 40%: Eddie Bauer’s gear will take you from the mountain ascent to the bar all in one day. Its technical apparel regularly tops our best of lists, and it’s continuously updating styles and colors to stay relevant. Now is your chance to shop all that gear for up to 40% off. Here are five picks you should check out. — Meg Lappe
Dyson Upright Big Ball Vacuum
Save $425: By now most folks are familiar with Dyson vacuums ingenuity, effectiveness and extraordinary cost. Now’s your chance to pick one up on the cheap.
This Dyson upright vacuum, like all cyclonic Dysons, is bagless, filterless and provides some of the most powerful constant suction in the consumer vacuuming world. The vacuum head’s automatically adjusts suction pattern upon surface change, so moving from carpet to hardwood to tile won’t be an issue.
The Dyson UP14 Cinetic Upright Vacuum, which retails for a shade over $600, can be had for just over $175 using promo code PRESDAY at checkout (input after your credit card info). The small catch is the vacuum will not be brand new, but one refurbished and tested by Dyson themselves. — Will Price
Save $16: Handmade in Japan and colored with natural dyes, the Ryan wallet from Saturday’s NYC is the low-profile holder your back pocket’s been missing. It’s currently retailing for $95 on the Saturday’s NYC website, but you can save $16 at END. — Jack Seemer
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