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Monday, June 17
Seiko Recraft Chronograph
Save 38%: This fun, colorful chronograph watch seems straight out of the 1970s and, with its matching NATO strap, is a perfect way to get into the summer spirit. It exists in Seiko’s retro-inspired Recraft Series and features solar-charged quartz movement — which means it’s highly accurate and hassle-free, never requiring a battery change. At 43.5mm wide in steel, it will wear boldly with short sleeves, and the Seiko name means quality, value, and the respect of the watch crowd. Best of all, it’s on sale now for $220 by using the promo code “DAD” at checkout, 38% off its full retail price of $350. — Oren Hartov
Patagonia Synchilla Snap-T Fleece Sale
Save $50:The Patagonia Synchilla Snap-T fleece pullover is a staple in every man’s closet. Everyone from backpackers to dads, hikers to college students and even Coachella attendees to urbanites have made the style work for them. It’s made from a polyester fleece (constructed from recycled materials), which makes the outside feel as soft as the interior. Right now, grab one for up to $50 off. — Meg Lappe
Saint Unbreakable Gloves
Save 40%: Summer is just about here, and with it, the gorgeous days and rising temperatures that spark the temptation to jump on a motorcycle and just riiiiiide. That heat might also tempt a rider into forgoing the heavy layers of riding armor, but unlike the desire to hit the open road, that’s one summertime desire that should be avoided. Saint Unbreakable’s vintage-style motorcycle gear has often impressed us in the past, and the company’s gloves are no exception; deer skin leather and a Merino wool lining keep things comfortable, while a reinforced double-layer palm and advanced denim construction provide protection for a four-second, 50-meter slide. Better yet: While they normally retail for $130, for a limited time, you can snap them up for $78 at RevZilla. — Will Sabel Courtney
Orient Defender Watch
Save Over 50%: We love a good Orient dive watch around here, but the Seiko subsidiary also makes complicated field watches that are perfect for everyday use. Right now, you can get an Orient Defender for just $104 (black dial) or $102 (grey dial) on Amazon. (There are also other dial color options for a bit more money, including two on matching steel bracelets.) The Defender features a steel 42mm case with 100m of water resistance, a mineral crystal, and the Orient 46B40 automatic movement with day-date display and 24-hour indicator. Lumed sword hands and a screw-down crown at the 3:30 position seal the deal. — Oren Hartov
D’Angelico Premier Series Semi-Hollowbody Guitar
Save 47%:Today only at Guitar Center, you can save 47 percent on a D’Angelico Premier Series SS Semi-Hollowbody guitar. That means the iconic 15-inch archtop now costs just $400. If you’ve wanted to invest in a quality semi-hollowbody guitar and have been waiting for the right opportunity, don’t sleep on this. Normally listed at $750, it costs just $400 today. So if you like this model, don’t wait — the sale ends tonight. — John Zientek
Italian-Made Ermenegildo Zenga Sunglasses
Save 80%: Ermenegildo Zegna is best known for high-end men’s suiting, but the brand puts out a sharp line of sunglasses. Its aviators deliver the whole package: high-quality lenses, well-designed fits, Italian build quality and a variety of colors and styles. If you’ve been reluctantly pulling out some beat-up shades from the glove compartment lately, this is your chance to upgrade your summer eyewear at a killer price — before beach season sets in, and before this massive sale ends for good. Save up to 80 percent and pick up a fresh pair from our picks below, or shop more options here. — Gear Patrol
Timberland x Engineered Garments Boots
Save 50%: Now at Need Supply Co., you can save 50 percent on a pair of limited-edition Timberland boots. Made in collaboration with New York-based brand Engineered Garments, the Waterproof Oxford costs as little as $85 today. Available in sizes 7 to 12, the Waterproof Oxford comes in Black Iris and Wheat colors. The former is 50 percent off, but both are final sale items — so act fast if you want a pair. — John Zientek
DWR Summer Clearance
Save Up to 40%: One of the hallmarks of selling original high design is the associated high price. Design mega-retailer Design Within Reach is no exception, but there are deals to be had during the site’s Summer Clearance Sale. More than 350 products are marked down up to 40 percent off — a significantly larger markdown than DWR typically offers (we see 15 percent off sales with some frequency). Hot tip: the best way to shop the sale isn’t through the sale page. Instead, use the site’s search function (or filter through individual designers) for pieces by a person or company you’re looking for. If it’s on sale, “Summer Clearance Sale” will appear in red letters above the product name. Happy hunting. — Will Price
BeatsX Wireless Earphones
Save $40:The BeatsX in-ear headphones were released in early 2017 and they were significant at the time because they were the first wireless headphones — bar AirPads — to feature Apple’s W1 chip, which allowed them to pair with any iPhone. They were also sweat resistant, which AirPods weren’t (and still aren’t), so it was much safer to run or workout them. The problem, however, was that at launch the BeatsX were priced at $150, making them a hard sell considering the truly wireless AirPods were just a few bucks more expensive. Now, however, you can get a pair on eBay for just $60. — Tucker Bowe
Tuesday, June 18
The for-sale lot includes Mazama Wares handmade glassware, Terrane’s Oklahoma rocks glass (a snifter from the same brand, too), Whiskey Peaks rocks glasses and more. Just don’t buy the whiskey stones. — Will Price
Seiko SNN241 Chronograph
Save 54%: This chrono features a larger 42.6mm steel case with a Japanese quartz movement powering two sub-dials — a 60-minute counter at 12 o’clock, and a running seconds sub-dial at 6 o’clock, as well as a date window. The SNN241 has a brown dial with Hardlex crystal and a matching contrast-stiched brown leather band with double-locking clasp. It’s also water-resistant to 100m, so while it’s splash-proof, it’s best to switch to a trusty dive watch for serious water sports. — Oren Hartov
Fender Custom Shop Joe Bonamassa Collector Series Telecaster
Save 25%: Joe Bonamassa knows a thing or two about vintage Fender guitars. The legendary blues-rock guitarist is a prolific collector and has an epic stockpile of 260 vintage guitars (‘50s and ‘60s Fenders and Gibsons make up a bulk of it). So when Fender’s Custom Shop set out to build an instrument inspired by the guitarist’s much-loved 1955 Telecaster, they had their work cut out for them.
Limited to just 40 instruments which are exclusively carried at Guitar Center, this model is geared towards serious players or avid collectors. And while normal Custom Shop prices can be hard for some to swallow, this guitar is now 25 percent off. That means you can save $1,151 on this ridiculously nice guitar and take it home for just under $3,500. For a person obsessed with the details, this is a deal worth acting on. — John Zientek
Jabra Elite 85h Noise-Canceling Headphones
Save $50: The Jabra Elite 85h are new noise-canceling headphones that were announced this year at CES and were only just released this past April. At launch they were $300, however, it looks like you can already get them for $50 off at Best Buy right now. By all accounts, the Jabra Elite 85h are pretty excellent noise-canceling headphones. Android Police‘s David Ruddock said they were the “best choice in ANC headphones right now,” while Billy Steele at Engadget said that the two closest competitors to the Elite 85h are the two best noise-canceling headphones, the Bose QC35 II and the Sony WH-1000XM3.
Levi’s End of Season Sale
Save 50%: If you’ve been waiting for a chance to stock up on some solid wardrobe basics, head over to Levi’s today. Currently, you can save 50 percent on a huge range of clothing at the End of Season Sale. Choose from jeans, jackets, tees and more — the prices are hard to beat. — John Zientek
Seiko Orange Samurai SRPC07
Save 50%: With its distinctive angular case and legible dial, the Seiko “Samurai” is one of the Japanese brand’s most popular families within its Prospex sport watch line. This version has a popping dial in bright orange, perfect to brighten up your wrist — and capable enough for even the roughest or wettest activities this summer with 200m of water-resistance. It’s got a Seiko automatic movement inside and measures a bold 44mm. Considered a strong value even at its retail price of $525, right now the Seiko “Samurai” SRPC07 is on sale for half off at Amazon for just $262. You won’t find it for much less. — Zen Love
Adidas Duramo Slides
Save 50%: Now at Adidas, you can score a pair of Duramo Slides for 50 percent off. That means you can pick up a pair of essential everyday sandals for just $10. They’re made from a single-piece molded EVA upper, have a textured footbed and an EVA outsole. So if you need something new for the gym or just an easy pair of summer slides, don’t miss out on this sale. — John Zientek
Wednesday, June 19
Seiko Prospex PADI Diver
Save $203: Powered by the cal. V157 quartz movement, the PADI special edition features a 47mm case, Hardlex mineral crystal, date display, Lumibright-coated hands and markers and a unidirectional rotating dive bezel. It’s water-resitant to 200m and features a screw-down crown and case back. Once fully charged, the power reserve on the V157 movement lasts roughly 10 months. If mechanical watches aren’t your thing, then this PADI special edition could be your water watch this summer. — Oren Hartov
Lundquist Baby Barlow Knife
10% off pre-order: Urban EDC Supply’s new Lundquist Baby Barlow is an impressively compact companion; it can easily fit in the coin pocket of your jeans and boasts modern design elements while feeling totally timeless. This is a front flipper knife with a slip-joint pattern –drawing inspiration from the #25 pattern of a traditional folding knife your grandfather used to carry — with caged ball bearings and a steel inset lock bar allowing for more control as you open and close the blade. This knife will be available in early November, but you can pre-order now; it’s already discounted to $199 for the pre-order, but with the code GearPatrol10 you can get an additional 10% off this titanium go-anywhere, do-anything blade.— Gear Patrol
Insane Motorcycle Helmet Sale
Save up to $700: Today, however, is the day to upgrade your head protection if there ever was one. Right now over at Revzilla, there’s an insane sale on top-of-the-line motorcycle helmets. You can save up to $700 on select top-tier motorcycle helmets from brands like AGV, Bell and Schuberth. If you’ve always wanted the performance and protection from one of the best motorcycle helmets available today (and really, why wouldn’t you want that?), now’s your chance to save a few hundred dollars and upgrade your lid game.— Bryan Campbell
August Smart Lock Pro
Save $50: In our recent smart lock buying guide, we named the August Smart Lock Pro as the best overall smart lock — and right now it’s on sale. The normally $230 smart lock is currently $50 off. It’s a pretty good deal for anybody that wants to buy a smart lock, considering it’s easy to install and works with August’s and Nest’s line of smart home products (both of which are extremely popular). The Smart Lock Pro can work with Alexa, Google Assistant or Siri, meaning you can use voice commands to lock and unlock your door.
Fender Custom Shop Black Moon Telecaster
Save 31%:Ron Thorn makes some truly jaw-dropping guitars as a Principal Master Builder for the Fender Custom Shop. But with his experience, that’s no surprise. Before joining the brand in his current role, his inlay business, Thorn Inlay, was the sole inlay provider for the Custom Shop since the mid-‘90s. What’s more, he’s also built over 800 custom guitars with his own brand Thorn Guitars. Right now, Thorn’s first guitar built as Fender Custom Shop Master Builder is on sale at Guitar Center, and it’s truly stunning.
Originally listed for $8,000, this one-of-a-kind guitar is now 31 percent off and costs a hair less than $5,500. If you’re looking for a truly unique Tele from a world-class builder, this is definitely worth considering — and if you’re in New York City and are contemplating the purchase, you can stop by Guitar Center and play it yourself. — John Zientek
Citizen Eco-Drive Chronograph
Save 50%: Citizen’s Eco-Drive watches feature quartz movements that are powered by light and don’t require battery changes — perfect for summer adventuring and travel. The AT0200-05E features a 3-register chronograph and date display built into a 40mm case with mineral crystal, luminous hands and 100m of water resistance. It also ships on a green canvas two-piece strap that lends a cool military look. Right now, you can take half off the $250 MSRP, for a price of just $125. — Oren Hartov
Thursday, June 20
Most denim produced these days includes a bit of stretch — typically one to two percent is standard. Stretch, in this case, equates to comfort since the fabric moves with you instead of staying rigid. Mott & Bow’s latest soft twill denim line offers a greater percentage of stretch without losing a familiar feel. Made with 20-percent stretch Mercer denim, these jeans are probably the most comfortable you’ll ever wear.
The Mott & Bow soft twill denim is available in both slim and straight cuts and five washes (two shades of khaki, two shades of blue and olive green). The range of colors is incredibly versatile and you can wear them just like your favorite pair of chinos. So if you’re in the market for a new pair of comfortable go-anywhere pants, these jeans are worth checking out this summer.
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Jabra Elite 65e Noise-Canceling Earphones
Save $160: The Jabra Elite 65e headset is arguably the best value proposition for anybody who wants in-ear headphones with active noise cancellation. Their nearest rival is the Bose QuietComfort 30, which costs $299, and that’s $99 more than the Jabra Elite 65e. If you’re looking for a really sweet deal on in-ear noise-canceling headphones, you can buy a refurbished pair of Jabra Elite 65e on eBay for just $40. That’s a pretty steep discount.
Ray-Ban Wayfarer Sunglasses
Save 55%:In the world of sunglasses, it doesn’t get much more iconic than a pair of Ray-Ban Wayfarers. First released in 1956, the design has hardly changed in over half a century. If you’ve been wanting the style, but the list price is more than you want to spend, Nordstrom Rack has you covered; you can get a pair of $178 Wayfarers in either black or Havana for just $80. What’s more, these Italian-made shades also come with polarized lenses to protect your eyes all summer long — hard to beat that. — John Zientek
Clarks Desert Boots
Save 32%:Few shoes have the kind of pedigree assigned to the Clarks Desert Boot — a simple suede chukka inspired by the crepe-soled boots worn by British officers in World War II. Sold by Clarks since the early 50s, the boots later became a favorite of style icons like Steve McQueen and Bob Dylan. Today, it’s the brand’s best-selling shoe, beloved for its unique combination of comfort, durability and polish. And, right now, you can score a pair for 32 percent off the normal asking price ($40 savings). — Jack Seemer
Seiko Recraft Automatic Watch
Save Over 50%: The Seiko Recraft SNKP23 features a Seiko cal. 7S26 automatic movement with 41 hours of power reserve and a day-date display, a rectangular 39.5mm case that’s water-resistant to 50m and a matching stainless steel bracelet with fold-over push-button clasp. If you’re going for that funky 1970s look, this Recraft could be the move. Best of all, it’s only $132 right now on Amazon. — Oren Hartov
Logitech MX Sound Computer Speakers
Save $40: The MX Sound desktop speakers have a number of features that most people — especially Mac owners — will like. They’re matte gray and will match nicely with any iMac. The 24-watt speakers sound way bigger than they actually are. They have speakers feature motion-activated backlit controls so you can discreetly adjust the volume. And they have built-in Bluetooth so you can stream music straight from your smartphone if you don’t feel like walking over to your desktop.
Bell Race Star Surge Helmet
Save 47%: Choosing a motorcycle helmet can be tricky. After all, you’re picking a piece of gear that not only needs to protect your face and brain in the event of an accident, but also defines your look when you’re on the bike. Should you prefer to paint the image of yourself as a MotoGP aspirant — or better yet, if you really do hit the track on your bike from time to time — well, then this is your lucky day. Right now, Bell’s Race Star Surge helmet is available on RevZilla for a massive 47 percent off. — Will Sabel Courtney
PRS S2 Custom 24 Guitar
Save $300: Right now, you can save $300 on the PRS S2 Custom 24, bringing the price down to a very reasonable $1,200. The guitar features a Whale Blue maple top, mahogany back, 24-fret mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard. It includes two 85/15 “S” pickups with a push/pull tone knob, a 3-way blade switch and a PRS tremolo bridge. So if you’ve been in the market for a PRS guitar and haven’t quite been able to secure the funds for a flagship model, this is a deal worth acting on. — John Zientek
Roomba i7+ Robo-Vacuum
Save $151: When we reviewed iRobot’s i7+ robo-vacuum, we called it the best robo-vacuum you could buy. But we did so with one caveat: price. The full setup — which includes the vacuum and its charging and trash-dumping base — starts at $1,099. Today on Amazon, the cost is a little more wallet-friendly. — Will Price
Friday, June 21
Patagonia’s Best Products Are Rarely This Affordable
Save up to 50%: Patagonia makes top-notch outdoor gear, but it isn’t always affordable. This sale offers up to 50 percent off on some of its best products. — Tanner Bowden
Lodge Pan Scrapers
Save $7: Best used while the pan is still warm, these accessories let you scrape up all the gunk from your cast-iron skillet without tearing up your hard-won seasoning. Today on Amazon, the scrapers are marked down from their usual $10 price tag to an even more acceptable $3. — Will Price
Sony WH-CH700N Noise-Canceling Headphones
Save $145: The Sony WH-CH700N, for example, came out in 2018 and is definitely a more affordable alternative to the Sony WH-1000XM3. It delivers good noise-canceling, a long battery life (up to 35 hours on a single charge) and the ability to quick charge. Normally $200, you can get a refurbished pair for just $55 on eBay right now.— Tucker Bowe
There’s a Massive Sale on Motorcycle Helmets Right Now
Save Up to 45%: Whether full-face helmets, three-quarter shells, or dirt bike setups are your preferred style, there’s an opportunity to save hundreds of dollars, with many of the helmets upwards of 40% off. — Bryan Campbell
Take 25% Off This Navy SEAL- Designed TRX Workout System
Save 25%: For a limited time, you can purchase any of TRX’s training essentials from Huckberry and save up to 25%. It’s much cheaper — and more mobile — than a gym membership. — Tanner Bowden
Seiko Dive Watches
Save Up to 45%: Right now, a whole bunch of Seiko’s dive watches are on sale, just in time for the weather to heat up and swim trunks to make their way into heavy rotation in your wardrobe. Pick up a Prospex, the famed “Turtle” and more at a solid discount.— Oren Hartov
Levi’s Jeans, Jackets and More
Save 50%:If you’ve been waiting for a chance to stock up on some solid wardrobe basics, head over to Levi’s today. Currently, you can save 50 percent on a huge range of clothing at the End of Season Sale. Choose from jeans, jackets, tees and more — the prices are hard to beat. — John Zientek
Brother HL-L2350DW Laser Printer
Save $20: The Brother HL-L2350DW isn’t the most advanced printer in the world. It’s a few years old and can’t produce the same level of detail and image quality as other printers — which cost two or three times the price. It also can’t print anything in color. But if want a simple and dependable printer for your home office, this is what you want.— Tucker Bowe
JackRabbit’s Nike Running and Training Sneaker Sale
Save 30%:If you’re in the market for a new pair of running shoes or gym sneakers now’s the time to shop at JackRabbit thanks to an additional 30 percent off Nike’s top performing sneakers. The best-selling running shoes are up to $45 off in a couple of colors and the trail runner’s favorite sneaker, theTerra Kiger 5, are less than $100 for a limited time. You’ll have to poke around to find your size and the perfect color. — Meg Lappe
Herman Miller Aeron
Save 55%: By virtually any measure, Herman Miller’s Aeron task chair is one of, if not the, greatest desk chair of all-time. Bill Stumpf and Don Chadwick’s design features supreme adjustability: seat height, arm height, lumbar support, reclining tension and forward and rear tilt locks. It was the first successful integration of airy mesh into task chair design. Shoot, it even earned a spot in the Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection. Fair or not, any company that releases a high-end office chair today must bear comparison to the Aeron.
Today, the Aeron is 55 percent off on Ebay. These specific products are open-box models, which means they’re somewhere between new and used — so it’s fair to approach with caution (it may be worth contacting the seller before dropping close to $500). That said, this is about as affordable as an Aeron will go for. — Will Price
Orient Mako II Dive Watch
Save 60%: Japanese brand Orient offers some of the best value in mechanical watches, of which the Ray II Automatic is a perfect example. Legible, water-resistant to 200m, topped with a mineral crystal, and packing an automatic movement with 40 hours of power reserve, this is a handsome and highly wearable diver with a 41.5mm case. — Oren Hartov
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