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Save Up to $200: With the Super Bowl just around the corner, Sonos wants to make sure you’re watching (and more importantly, hearing) the big game in style. That’s why it’s offering a bunch of deals on its speakers. The price of its two big soundbars, the Playbar and Playbase, as well as its big subwoofer, the Sonos Sub, have all been slashed by $100, dropping their prices down from $699 to $599. And if you want its smaller, Alexa-enabled soundbar, the Sonos Beam, you can pick up one for $349, saving you $50.
The biggest deals are on Sonos’s home theater bundles. You can get a 3.1 system with a Playbase or Playbar and a Sub for $200 off. There are deals on 5.1 surround system bundles, too.
Todd Snyder x Timex Military Watch
Save 25%: Another Todd Snyder x Timex collaboration, another home run. This watch sports a slim profile, a highly-legible dial, a reliable quartz movement and 1970s military-spec styling with just enough modern styling to take it over the top. It even comes with an extra NATO strap in the box, so you can change up the look without laying out more cash. If you’ve been looking for a go-anywhere, do-anything watch, now’s your chance — pick up one of these before they’re gone.
J.Crew Suede Shearling Chukkas
Save 30%:If the recent weather is any indication, winter in North America is far from over. To make yourself more comfortable at home in the coming weeks, consider investing in a warm pair of slippers to wear after you kick your heavy boots off. If you’re looking to grab a nice pair for a good price, head over to East Dane where a pair of suede slippers from J.Crew is currently 30 percent off. The moc-toe chukka style features a faux-shearling lining, a lace closure and a rubber sole. Available in sizes 7 to 12, it’ll keep you comfortable as you take on the rest of the season. — John Zientek
Anker Powerline II Lightning Cables
Save 32%: Anker’s charging cables. They’re more durable, made of nylon, than Apple’s offerings, and they come in a bunch of colors (red is my favorite) so it’s less likely that somebody will “confuse” them as their own. Also, they’re not terribly expensive. (They’re actually less expensive than the cables that Apple sells on its website, here.) Anker offers its Powerline II collection of cables in a variety of lengths: 3-feet, 6-feet and 10-feet. If you need the extra length, say you have to run the cable under a couch or bed, Amazon is offering Anker’s 10-foot cables for extra cheap today. It’s part of their “Deal of the Day,” so you if you want one — act fast. The deal applies for red, white, black and gold cables.
Cool-Weather Arc’Teryx Apparel
Save 30%:BIf recent cold weather has caught you off guard and made you seriously question the vitality your winter wardrobe, don’t fret. East Dane is now offering 30 percent off a great selection of cool-weather staples from Arc’Teryx. The leading outdoor apparel brand produces a range of technical apparel geared at beating the elements at its factory in British Columbia. Its products are widely recognized as some of the best on the market, so this sale is definitely worth checking out. Choose from jackets, scarves, beanies and more, but don’t wait because sizes are selling quickly. — John Zientek
Porsche Design Sale
Save 46%Typically, when a car manufacturer attaches its name to a clothing line, it’s first-degree groan-inducing. Not so with Porsche Design. The smart, efficient design from the car side of things bleeds over into the company’s apparel branch. Porsche Design’s labeling and style are minimalist and attractive, which makes its sunglasses, hoodies, and tee shirts stuff you’ll actually want to wear. Porsche Design apparel tends to run with high price tags. However, today there’s a massive sale of up to 50 percent on select items.–Bryan Campbell
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