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The Best Deals of the Day: February 27, 2018

How to save on Nike gear, Cuisinart pans, a Breville panini press and more.

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Allen Edmonds

Allen Edmonds 6th Avenue Semi Brogue Derby Shoes
Save 52%: Allen Edmonds has built a reputation on producing quality American-made dress shoes for over 90 years. The Wisconsin-based company offers a staggering array of options, but if you’re in need of a brown leather business shoe, the 6th Avenue Semi Brogue Derby is your best bet. The light-brown walnut color will compliment both blue and grey suits and the intricate broguing adds a professional finish. You can don these shoes for years and have them recrafted after the soles wear down. And, now at Nordstrom Rack you can pick them up for under $200. — John Zientek

Buy Now: $395 $190


Nike Sale
Save 25%+: Today through March 1, take an additional 25% off on sale items at Nike including one of last year’s best running shoes, the Lunarepic Low Flyknit 2. Now is a great time to grab it since Nike recently launched the Epic React and we’ve heard rumors they’re fading this one out. Use code 25OFF at checkout. — Meg Lappe

Buy Now:$140 $98


Cuisinart Classic Stainless Set (8-Pieces)
Save 73%: While a top chef can make any tools in the kitchen work to his advantage, the lay chef or beginner needs to start with the right ones. These Cuisinart stainless steel ones are the right-hand help you need. If you’re in the market for pots and pans versatile enough to make stir fry and fish tacos, then boil pasta and make stew, today’s a good day to save $265 on this set. Five great pots are better than ten crappy ones. Now through the end of the day, you can snag this 8-piece set for just $100. — Meg Lappe

Buy Now: $365 $100


Breville BSG600BSS Panini Press
Save 60%: The path to a better panini, grilled cheese or Cuban starts with a solid sandwich press. Breville’s panini maker is compact, yet can accommodate two sandwiches at once, features non-stick cast-aluminum plates and has a counterweighted hinge system that is claimed to push down with just enough force to provide a crisp outside without crushing your sandwich. And how much do you need to pay for all this sandwich-toasting excellence? Just $60 right now, thanks to a 40 percent discount on Amazon. — Andrew Connor

Buy Now: $60


Monoprice Pure Tube Stereo Amplifier
Save $66: There is, objectively, nothing prettier in the world of hi-fi audio than a bare tube amp — that orange glow. It’s the perfect addition to the hi-fi enthusiast’s home setup. Most tube amps tend to be out of the enthusiast price range (McIntosh’s high-end MC2301 vacuum tube amp commands a retail price of $22,000), but Monoprice offers a well-respected entry level tube amp for just $330. Today though, you can pick one up for 20% off — just use code FEB27 at checkout. — AJ Powell

Buy Now: $330 $264


Deep Blue NATO Diver 300 Automatic
Save $79: Rolex “Pepsi” watches — GMT-Master and GMT-Master II models with red and blue bezels — are some of the most iconic watch models ever made. As such, they demand a pretty penny on the secondhand market; models from the ’50s and ’60s can go anywhere from $10,000 to $20,000, while a version from the ’80s currently hovers around $8,000. If you don’t have that kind of cash, you might consider this lookalike from Deep Blue, a watch manufacturer founded in 2007. It features Super-LumiNova lume on hours markers and hands, scratch-resistant sapphire glass crystal with antireflective coating and Seiko’s NH36 automatic mechanical movement. It’s water-resistant to 300 meters and, right now, will only run you $220 ($79 off retail price) when you purchase from Huckberry. — Jack Seemer

Buy Now: $299 $220

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