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The Best Deals of the Day: March 13, 2018

How to save on Brooks Brothers essentials, wireless earbuds and a Seiko dress watch.


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Pacifico Optical Blair Polarized
Save $99: Straight from down under, these polarized sunglasses are designed and built in Bondi Beach, a place where you really can use some sun protection. Beyond saving your eyesight for years to come, the iconic frames work well on any face size and shape. They’re $99 off today, meaning you can snag a pair of hand-crafted sunglasses for just $100. — Meg Lappe

Buy Now: $199 $100


Zolo Liberty Wireless Earbuds
Save $20: Anker is best known for making high-quality-yet-really-affordable accessories for the gadgets in your life. The company, however, has also gotten into audio products this year. Its first pair of truly wireless earphones, the Zolo Liberty, just became available; they are one of the most budget-friendly truly wireless earphones you can buy, costing $50 less than what the AirPods and Google Pixel Buds (both go for $159). The earbuds will work with the smart assistant that’s on your smartphone, and a single charge will give each earbud roughly 3.5 hours of playtime. Better still, if you order on Amazon today, you can get them for just $80 — that’s $20 off. To get the discount, just use the code ZOLOADS1 at checkout. — Tucker Bowe

Buy Now: $100 $80


Save $1,100: For anybody in the market for a really nice OLED TV at a great price, look no further than this 65-inch LG E7 OLED. It’s a 2017 model and boasts even better picture quality than LG’s already beautiful flagship C7P OLED TVs. Currently, you can pick up this 65-inch E7 OLED for nearly $3,500 on Amazon, but if you go to Massdrop right now you can pick up the same exact TV for $2,400 — that’s $1,100 off. Oorah. — Tucker Bowe

Buy Now: $3,500 $2,400


Coleman Propane Stove
Save $35: A single burner means you can enjoy hot coffee while in the backcountry. Double the burners and your options are endless. This classic Coleman Propane Stove cooks up burgers, bacon and more while you’re car camping, hunting or tailgating. Originally $80, this two-pot stove is on sale for $43 today. — Meg Lappe

Buy Now: $80 $43

Brooks Brothers

Brooks Brothers Online Clearance
Save up to 70%: Now at Brooks Brothers, you can save up to 70 percent on wardrobe classics at its Online Clearance sale. The brand’s garments are something of a standard for quality menswear, and the sale has something for everyone. Look for great savings on staples like chinos, button-down shirts, suits and more. Sizes are going fast, so don’t hesitate if you see something you need. — John zientek

Buy Now: $6 +


Crescent 170-Piece Mechanic Tool Set
Save 62%: There will be no more worrying if you have the correct-sized drill bit. The Crescent 170-Piece Mechanic Tool Set normally retails north of $200 — today, it’s $78. That comes out to about $0.46 per tool. The perfect gift for the DIY-inclined or the lethargic son in need of a passive-aggressive nudge from his dad, the set includes 14 wrenches, six screwdrivers, countless drillbits, even more countless drive tools. The Crescent Tool Set is at this price for less than a day. Happy oil-changing. — Will Price

Buy Now: $206 $78


Seiko SAPA29
Save 60%: While Seiko divers and field watches make up some of our favorite mechanical watches on the affordable end of the spectrum, the brand is pretty adept at making a dress watch at a reasonable price, too. The Seiko SRPA29 features a shimmering navy blue dial with guilloche finishing (generally a staple on more expensive watches), and it rocks an in-house 4R35 automatic movement inside. With an MSRP of $375 it’s already a reasonably priced timepiece, but right now Macy’s is selling it for just $150 — a massive 60 percent discount. — Andrew Connor

Buy Now: $150


Bills Khakis M3 Original Twill
Save $108: In the mid ’80s, Bill Thomas bought his first pair of khaki pants at an army surplus store. Taken by the quality, he quit his day job (advertising), borrowed money from his mother and started Bills Khakis in his hometown of Reading, Pennsylvania, dedicated to the art of the twill khaki. While the price is reflective of their longevity — pairs start at $155 — the brand is offering the straight fit M3 cut in navy for just $47. — Jack Seemer

Buy Now: $155 $47


Icon 1000 Forestall Jacket
Save 25%:When it comes to waxed canvas motorcycle jackets, most take on a vintage-style that’s not for everyone. The Icon 1000 Forestall Jacket gives you the same timeless quality, performance and durability of a waxed canvas construction with a modern look. Its design was inspired by the classic officer’s trench yet won’t your style back a few decades. — Bryan Campbell

Buy Now: $300 $225

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