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Brooks Brothers Shirts
Save 46%: It’s easy to get into a rut with your professional wardrobe. You have shirts and slacks that work, and you simply rotate through them. If you’re feeling like your office garb has gotten a little static, consider investing in a couple new shirts from Brooks Brothers. They’ve got a classic fit and design that will pair well with your existing wardrobe, and they come in a range of colors and patterns. Now at Nordstrom Rack, they’re 46 percent off and cost just $50 per shirt. — John Zientek
Aero 48-Inch Media Center
Save $575: The art of putting together the small apartment is finding slightly smaller versions of full-size furniture you love. Point being, you can’t really go for a full wall, four-feet deep media center with a paltry 600 square-feet to work with. However, this Aero 48-inch media center fits that bill perfectly and, for now, won’t break the bank. Designed by Gabriel Tan to blend Shaker-style furniture with modern lines and color, the Aero is made of hand-painted American Ashwood and a protective lacquered finish. The media console, which typically retails at $1150, is 50 percent off on Design Within Reach now. — Will Price
Save $143: Frankly, the Sony WH-1000XM2 and the Bose QC35 II ($350) are the two best wireless active noise-canceling headphones you can buy in 2018. And the Sony WH-1000XM2 are going for $205 on eBay right now — which is almost $150 less than its normal $348 MSRP. This is one of the lowest prices we’ve seen the Sony WH-1000XM2 going for. It’s also important to point out that these headphones are “manufacturer-refurbished.” If you’re worried about them not meeting your expectations, remember that each pair comes with a warranty and a 30-day return policy.
Glycine Combat Sub
Save 75%: The Glycine Combat Sub is an excellent example of a usable tool that has some vintage panache. It’s powered by a movement based on the venerable ETA 2824 automatic and features a unidirectional timing bezel and a 42mm case good for a 200-meter depth rating. The Combat Sub’s MSRP is around $1,500, but usually, you can find them at online retailers closer to $600. Still, Massdrop is offering even bigger savings with a campaign that’s marked down the watch’s price to just $380. — Andrew Connor
Save 30%: Patagonia’s arsenal of clothing runs the gamut of everything you could need, year round. Right now, Backcountry is having a massive Patagonia sale where everything from shirts, pullovers, pants, down jackets and so much more are all at least 30% off. It’s a gigantic catalog of clothing, so we picked out a few of the pieces that caught our eye to get you started. — Bryan Campbell
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