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All the Deals You Might Have Missed This Week

These are all the deals you might have missed this week.

Welcome to Deals of the Week, where Gear Patrol captures all the best deals that are still going strong. You can also follow all our deal posts in the Deals section. Comments or concerns? We’d love to hear from you at deals@gearpatrol.com.

Monday, July 22


Target Patio Furniture Sale
Save up to 30%: Target plays designer pretty well. The mega-retailer is home to a shocking number of decent-looking, wallet-sensitive homewares, which includes its in-house range of outdoor furniture and patio items. And it’s all marked down up to 30 percent right now. — Will Price

Learn More: Here

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Gerber Jukebox Pocket Knife
Save 23%: Of all the reasons to buy a knife — size, steel quality, price and the rest — looks, beauty, often rises to the top. And it should. It’s okay to be vain when purchasing a tool that you plan to carry daily, to match it to your watch or wallet or to go in the opposite direction with something bizarre and unconventional. Gerber’s folding Jukebox might fit into either of those categories, and despite that it just came out this summer, it’s already on sale for 23 percent off.

The Jukebox’s 2.7-inch blade, which Gerber designed as an homage to the straight razors used by barbers, is accompanied by a distinct acrylic resin handle that comes in either tortoiseshell or marble. It has an extended flipper tab that creates a unique opening action and an integrated liner lock to hold it closed. These features, along with its sheepsfoot blade, ensure that it remains highly functional despite its overt showiness. The Jukebox doesn’t just go with the keys in your pocket; pair it with a bottle of Old Forester, vintage Ray-Bans, a custom Fender guitar or an Indian motorcycle. — Tanner Bowden

Buy Now: $39 $30

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Orient Bambino Automatic Dress Watch
Save 53%: The Orient Bambino is a stalwart low-cost favorite amongst many watch enthusiasts for pairing an automatic, hacking and hand winding-capable movement with a clean, vintage-inspired design. You also get a nicely domed dial and crystal, and a date at 3 o’clock, all at a relatively low price. Drop currently has 5 different versions of the Bambino on sale starting at $139 with a couple of gold-toned iterations for just $10 more. — Oren Hartov

Buy Now: $300 $140

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Sneakers Under $70
Save up to 30%: Now during Nordstrom’s Anniversary Sale, you can save up to 30 percent on a bunch of classic sneakers. For less than $70, you can pick up great options from Nike, Adidas, Vans and more. There are plenty of sizes still available, but act fast — deals like these won’t be around long. — John Zientek

Learn More: Here


Patagonia Black Hole Duffel Sale
Save 25%: If you’ve never heard of Patagonia’s Black Hole duffel bags, you’ve likely spotted one in an airport, foreign train station or strapped to the roof of an overlander. Patagonia built the weather-resistant and sturdy bags to last decades with a rugged TPU-laminated ripstop nylon. They also include removable backpack straps that make carrying one a breeze, even when it’s fully loaded.

The 60-liter version is arguably the most versatile size; it’s big enough to pack everything you’ll need for a weekend or a week, and it still fits into the overhead bins on planes. We’ve put this bag through its paces on all kinds of adventures, from a ski weekend in Vermont to a month-long trip to Ecuador. It’s one of the best rugged duffel bags available, and right now it’s also 25 percent off at Backcountry in nearly every volume.

And, if you need something even easier to carry than a backpack strap-equipped duffel, Patagonia thought to use its Black Hole construction to make a wheeled suitcase. It comes with a 70-liter capacity that you can pack to the brim without worrying whether you’ll be able to get all your gear from A to B. This bag is also 25 percent off. — Tanner Bowden

45-Liter: $99 $69.30 60-Liter: $129 $97

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Todd Snyder Camp Shorts
Save 41%: If you’re still searching for some great shorts to keep you cool this summer, head over to Todd Snyder today. Right now, the brand’s Italian Corduroy Camp Shorts are 41 percent off. Available in three versatile colors, these shorts have patch pockets and a 9-inch inseam. They’re casual, comfortable and may be the ultimate warm-weather shorts. If you’re into the style, act fast — they’re $69 off and will sell quickly. — John Zientek

Learn More: Here

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Seiko Prospex PADI Diver
Save $179: 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-resistant 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

Buy Now: $450 $271

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Iconic Ray-Ban Sunglasses
Save up to 68%: Right now, Nordstrom Rack is selling three Italian-made Ray-Ban frames for 68 percent off the normal retail price — they cost as little as $60. You have options including both polarized and non-polarized lenses, and black and Havana acetate frames. Choose from Wayfarers, round frames and throw-back ’80s aviators — but act fast because these deals will be gone soon. — John Zientek

Learn More: Here

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Fender Custom Shop Black Moon Telecaster
Save $2,000: The Fender Custom Shop Black Moon Telecaster features a 5a quilted maple top that’s carved to a 50-inch radius. The instrument — finished with transparent black nitrocellulose lacquer — features a 2-piece ash body with a carved neck heel, a quartersawn 22-fret maple neck with a modern C profile and a compound-radius ebony fingerboard with sterling silver “hollow dot” position inlays. Unlike traditional Teles, this guitar has two EVH Wolfgang humbuckers (the neck pickup has a push/pull coil split), a vintage-style Strat hardtail bridge and Schaller NOS tuners.

Originally listed for $8,000, this one-of-a-kind guitar is now 25 percent off and costs $6,000. 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

Learn More: Here

Tuesday, July 23

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Seiko 5 SRPBX Watches
Save 62%: The Seiko 5 SRPBX series is being offered on Drop in 3 styles for $149, or 62% off its MSRP of $395. The SRPB features a countdown bezel, stainless steel 42mm case with 100m of water resistance, the automatic Seiko 4R36 movement with 41-hour power reserve, a date window at 4:30, a Hardlex crystal and a matching steel bracelet with fold-over clasp. The 3 watches available have either a blue dial and blue bezel; a black dial and black bezel; or a black dial with steel bezel (-$10). — Oren Hartov

Buy Now: $395 $149

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Tumi V3 International Carry-On Suitcase
Save 33%: Good luggage is worth investing in. Not only will it keep your possessions safe and secure, but it will also reduce stress while traveling (read: no more struggling with awkward bags). Take the Tumi V3 International Carry-On: It has an incredibly lightweight design with 360-degree swiveling wheels and an impact-resistant X-Brace 45 telescoping handle. Featuring an interior U-zip pocket and a hanger bracket, this suitcase is water-resistant and has a two-way zip closure with an integrated TSA lock. Normally $595, you can pick it up for 33 percent off today at Nordstrom’s Anniversary Sale — that means it’s just $398. — John Zientek

Learn More: Here

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Red Wing Engineer Boots
Save up to 49%: Minnesota-based bootmaker Red Wing has been making hardwearing footwear since 1905. The range of styles it produces are distinctly American: Moc-toe work boots with non-marking outsoles for factory workers, hefty oxfords designed for the postal service, pull-on roper boots appropriate for the ranch. It also makes a range of engineer boots which are now primarily sold in the Japanese and European markets.

Originally, engineer boots were designed to protect the feet of men who fed coals into steam engines. While engineer boots aren’t as prominent today as they once were, they’re no less rugged or functional. If you want to pick up a pair for yourself, head over to Nordstrom Rack, where a bunch of Red Wing engineer boots are half off right now. That means for as little as $170, you can add this well-worn style to your own wardrobe. — John Zientek

Learn More: Here


The North Face Anorak Sale
Save 24%: The virtues of a good anorak are often forgotten, but as soon as you slip into one that performs flawlessly, you can never go back to that flimsy full-zip. The North Face Fanorak Windbreaker is wind- and water-resistant, packable and lightweight. This jacket has kept me warm and dry through hiking trips to the White Mountains in New Hampshire, and exploring San Francisco in the summer. Right now, all colors of 90s-inspired Fanorak are 24 percent off at Backcountry. Some sizes are up to 41 percent off in limited colors, too. — Meg Lappe

Buy Now: $79 $60

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Bose QuietComfort 35 (Series I)
Save $150: The Bose QC35 IIs are the company’s flagship wireless ANC headphones. They’re comfortable, sound superb and offer, arguably, the best noise-canceling of any ANC headphones on the market. They’re also almost virtually identical to the company’s previous wireless ANC headphones, the Bose QC35 (Series I). The only real difference is the older QC35 headphones lack the QC 35’s “action” button, which is located on its left ear cup and used to initiate Google Assistant.

If you can survive without this, you can save $150 by buying the first-generation headphones — the Bose QC35 (Series I) — on eBay. They’re refurbished models, granted, but eBay has a pretty lenient return policy. Also, great noise-canceling headphones for under $200 is a rare deal. — Tucker Bowe

Buy Now: $350 $199 (eBay)


rOtring 800 Retractable Mechanical Pencil
Save $7: This thoroughly over-built mechanical writing implement that will likely outlast whatever life-ending apocalypse finally destroys humankind. Our robot overlords will be drawing razor-sharp graphite lines and jotting notes well into the next epoch. Meantime, allow yourself a modest splurge and enjoy the rOtring 800 Retractable Mechanical Pencil for $7 off to normal asking price. — Nick Caruso

Buy Now: $32 $25


Arc’teryx Atom LT Hooded Insulated Jacket
Save $90: Arc’teryx specializes in high-performing and good-looking city to mountain gear, making it a favorite brand around the GP offices. Today you can save up to 40 percent on some award-winning jackets. One of the best synthetic down jackets of 2019, the Arc’teryx Atom LT, is currently on sale at Backcountry in addition to a plethora of other technical winter coats. Stock up now and stay warm come winter. — Meg Lappe

Buy Now: $259 $169


Picky Oats Oatmeal Sale
Save 20%: Fueling up for the day can be tough. Riders and runners know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, which is why many athletes reach for oatmeal. Everyone from Tour de France Riders to ultrarunners to climbers to kayakers love oatmeal — and Picky Oats Performance Oatmeal is a top pick. The combination of fiber, protein and fat makes for a meal that’s slow to digest, meaning you stay fuller for longer — and more energized. Today, you can save 20 percent off Picky Oats tasty oatmeal on The Feed.

All three flavors: Game, Set, Matcha, How ‘Bout Dem Apples and Can’t Beet Chocolate are all on sale today in honor of the Tour de France. While the discount might not seem much, the more you add to your cart, the more you’ll save. Whether you’re gearing up to bike 100 miles this weekend or just trying to get through the day, Picky Oats is a satisfying and filling way to start. — Meg Lappe

Buy Now: $3 $2.39

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Seiko “Samurai” SRPC07 Dive Watch
Save 50%: A distinctive angular case and legible dial have made the Samurai is one of Seiko’s most popular watch families. This version has a popping dial in a bright orange to brighten up your wrist, and it’s capable enough for even the roughest or wettest activities this summer with 200 meters of water-resistance. A strong value at its normal retail price of $525, the Seiko “Samurai” SRPC07 is currently going for half that on Amazon. You won’t find it for much less. — Oren Hartov

Buy Now: $525 $262

Wednesday, July 24

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Seiko Prospex PADI Diver
Save $185: 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-resistant 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

Buy Now: $450 $265

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Persol Sunglasses
Save up to 71%: If you’ve been waiting to invest in an iconic pair of Persol sunglasses, Nordstrom Rack has a deal for you. Right now, you can save 71 percent on three different Italian-made Persols: the Aviator, the Round and the Sartoria models. Normally $350, these shades are now just $100 while supplies last. — John Zientek

Learn More: Here

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Marathon General Purpose Quartz
Save 20%: Right now, you can take 20% off the quartz-powered date version of the General Purpose field watch on Huckberry, which has been discounted from $400 down to $320. The General Purpose field watch features tritium tube illumination on the hands and a 34mm case. While this may sound small by modern standards, the watch wears extremely well and its 12mm depth offsets somewhat the smaller width. — Oren Hartov

Buy Now: $400 $320

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Naglev Unico Hiking Shoe
Save $57: A pair of handmade hiking boots can cost as much as $750, but right now there’s a pair made by a small Italian brand called Naglev available for $173, which is 25 percent off its regular price of $230. Before you discount that as small change, know that the shoe, called the Unico Hiker, is unlike any other hiking shoe available (it’s also on our list of the best hiking boots available).

Naglev is based in the Alps, where outdoor footwear was invented, and it created the Unico to function as a middle ground between a hiking boot and a trail running sneaker. It calls to mind approach shoes (sturdy, low-cut hiking shoes typically used by rock climbers who face long treks through technical terrain on the way to a climb), but it’s built much differently. The upper is made of one single piece of Kevlar fabric — yes, the same stuff used to make body armor — and its inside is lined with a sock-like wool liner. This construction creates a remarkably durable shoe that’s unexpectedly comfortable, and entirely unique. — Tanner Bowden

Buy Now: $230 $173


Adirondack Chairs
Save 54%: On July 18, 1905, summer porch-sitting royalty was born. Officially invented by one Harry Bunnell, the Adirondack chair was described at the time as “a new and useful Improvement in Chairs” in its patent. The improvement was Bunnell’s want to be relaxed as hell.

The chair was designed to require the sitter to lean back, kick their feet up and made it intentionally challenging to remove themselves from the seat. More than 100 years later, Bunnell’s chair still kicks ass. Today on Sierra Trading Post, get Aspen Brand’s collapsible take on it for 54 percent off the sticker price. — Will Price

Buy Now: $150 $69

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Orient Ray II Dive Watch
Save 60%: Legible, water-resistant to 200m, topped with a mineral crystal, and packing an automatic movement with 40 hours of power reserve, the Orient Ray II is a handsome and highly wearable diver with a 41.5mm case. Its retail price of $335 is a pretty good value to begin with. But right now, you can get it on a bracelet with choices of dial colors for just $129. There are also options on a rubber strap for $5 less and a very cool all-black version for just $35 more. — Oren Hartov

Buy Now: $335 $129


Bell Race Star Helmets
Save Up to 50%: Bell’s Race Star helmet is a dynamite motorcycle lid for anyone who plans on hitting the track or back roads with verve. (Or at least wants other riders to think they’re hitting the pavement with verve.) Made with a carbon fiber 3K Carbon Shell to minimize weight, the Race Star doesn’t sacrifice offers protection at the altar of lightness; it meets or goes beyond Snell M2015 and DOT certifications, and packs a three-layer Flex Impact Liner to deal with crashes at any speeds. It’s been tested in wind tunnels to make sure the air flows over it with minimal fuss, while the Panovision viewport offers better visibility in all directions compared with Bell helmets past. And, of course, it just looks sweet.

Right now, thanks to a closeout deal over at Revzilla, you can pick up several variants of the Bell Race Star for massive savings — as much as 50 percent off on certain models. But there is, however, a catch: These sales are only available on small and extra-small helmets. If you need a bigger lid, you’ll probably want to look elsewhere; but if you’re cursed/blessed with a tiny head, well, today’s your lucky day. — Will Sabel Courtney

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Outerknown Clothing and Accessories
Save up to 60%: California-based clothing brand Outerknown makes some of our favorite wardrobe staples. Its laid back threads are easy to integrate into your daily wardrobe and will quickly become the first things you reach for in the morning. Now during the brand’s Summer Sale, you can save up to 60 percent on a huge selection of clothing. Pick from shirts, pants, shorts and more — deals start at just $9. — John Zientek

Learn More: Here


Lululemon Sale
Save 20%: Lululemon made too many shorts, tees, tanks and a plethora of other gym-approved apparel, so that means it’s time for a sale. All of the best gym and running shorts of 2019 are up to 20 percent off. T.H.E. Short is our favorite for training and CrossFit, while shorter lengths (think 5- or 7-inch) are ideal for summer runs. And if you’re more of a gym workout guy, specifically Barry’s Bootcamp, be sure to check out the special collection the team launched this week sold at Barry’s. You can stock up on tanks and shorts that are perfect for running and lifting weights. Shop the sale and the new gear today. — Meg Lappe

Learn More: Here


Bestech BG06 Kendo G-10 Series Knife Sale
Save 40%: Right now, you can grab this Japanese-inspired knife for just $39. The Bestech BG06 Kendo G-10 series is down $26 from its original $65. With a D2 tool steel blade and a tanto blade style, it’s like having a small Japanese sword in your pocket. A ball bearing system makes for a satisfying opening when you press on the flipper. The smooth non-slip handle comes in three colors: black, green or beige. You can shop the knife at Drop.com today and make this mini-sword your EDC— Meg Lappe

Buy Now: $65 $39

Thursday, July 25

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Shinola Canfield Watch
Save 33%: If you like the look of a blacked out timepiece but aren’t necessarily into the whole “tactical” thing, then boy, do we have the watch for you. This PVD version of the Shinola Canfield features a 43mm case, Argonite 715 quartz movement, sapphire crystal, date window, coin-edge bezel, handsome grey dial and an American-made leather strap. Best of all, you can nab one for 33% off right now on Nordstrom.com, for a price of $469. — Oren Hartov

Buy Now: $700 $469


Arai Helmets
Save Up to $88: The world of legendary high-end racing apparel isn’t cheap, for plenty of good reasons. But for a limited time, buying an Arai helmet can be a bit more affordable: Right now, Triumph Brooklyn is now offering some of their lineup of Arai helmets at sale pricing.

According to the company’s own website, in 1976, Mitch Arai decided to take his family’s helmet company from an average gear maker into, in his words, “the number one helmet manufacturer in the world.” Arai was passionate about developing the safest helmet possible for racers, because the Arai family also raced. They set out to meet this goal by dedicating development to creating consistent shell strength and shape, as well as focusing on interior lining materials and stitching to better soak up any impending impact. All of this time and dedication to quality and racing culture has cemented Arai in the annals of motorsport over the last 40 years. And now, you can cement one of the company’s DT-X, XD-4 or Signet-X helmets on your head and save up to $88 in the process. — Peter Corn

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Timex x Todd Snyder Blackjack Watch
Save Almost 30%: We were enthusiastic about the “Blackjack” watch when it first debuted, but in case you need a refresher, this is a sleek, automotive-inspired timepiece with cool “roulette wheel” dial done up in black and white, a black-finished case, 50m of water resistance, a quartz movement and a black Nato strap. The watch generally retails for only $138, but right now, you can nab it for just $99. — Oren Hartov

Buy Now: $138 $99

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Goruck MACV-1 Boots
Save 20%: Goruck, a company founded by former US Special Forces soldier Jason McCarthy, is best known for its military-inspired everyday backpacks (its GR1 is our top pick in the category). Last fall, it released its first piece of footwear: the MACV-1, a boot inspired by those worn army operatives during the Vietnam War, updated for modern everyday and travel use.

Goruck designed the MACV-1 to be lightweight and durable with materials like premium full-grain leather, 1000-denier Cordura and a robust footbed. McCarthy enlisted Paul Litchfield, the inventor of the Reebok Pump, and Richard Rice, a Special Forces veteran, to get the boot to the middle ground between modern and military footwear. The boot is currently on sale — for the first time that we’ve seen — for 20 percent off. — Tanner Bowden

Buy Now: $195 $155

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Laid-Back Onia Shorts
Save 85%: If you’ve been looking for some laid-back shorts to pull-on after work or wear on weekend mornings, head over to Nordstrom Rack today. Currently, some very comfy options from Onia are 85 percent off. Choose from a range of colors, but act fast — these $110 are just $17. — John Zientek

Learn More: Here

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Ray-Ban Wayfarer Sunglasses
Save $98: 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

Learn More: Here

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Shinola Canfield Over-Ear Headphones
Save a Helluva Lot: When Shinola released its first-ever headphones, the Canfield Over-Ear Headphones, in 2017, they were priced at a hefty $595. Since then, Shinola has gotten out of the headphone market and the only way to find its headphones is through third-party sites — and right now you can get them for pretty cheap. For instance, on Nordstrom Rack they are selling for just $85. That’s a hell of a discount. — Tucker Bowe

Buy Now: $595 $85


Patagonia Nano Puff Water Resistant Jacket
Save 25%: Sure, it’s hot out now, but fall will be here before we know it. So now’s the time to pick up a premium Patagonia jacket at a discount, courtesy of Nordstrom’s Anniversary Sale, running through August 4th. A ton of quality items are marked down, but we are most stoked about this Nano Puff Water Resistant Jacket, available at a full 25 percent off. The lightweight, quilted garment boasts a weather-resistant ripstop shell, durable water-repellent finish and a nod to sustainability, thanks to recycled fabric and partially recycled PrimaLoft insulation. It warm and super compressible, making it the perfect travel piece once temps start to drop. — Steve Mazzucchi

Buy Now: $199 $149


Global G-2 Chef’s Knife
Save $36: Today on Drop, a whole lot of Global knives are on sale, including the G-2, its best all-around knife, which is marked down well below its usual price on Amazon. To access, click the “Buy” button and choose G-2 Chef’s Knife from the dropdown list. — Will Price

Buy Now: $125 $89

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11-inch iPad Pro with LTE (Latest Model)
Save $200: Amazon is selling the latest 11-inch iPad Pro with cellular and 256GB of storage at its lowest price ever — it costs $1,099 on Apple’s website right now, but Amazon is discounting the same model by $200. The interesting thing is that Amazon is selling the same iPad Pro without cellular for the same price ($899), while Apple is currently selling that model for $50 more. Basically, if you’re thinking about getting an iPad Pro with cellular and you’re cool with the smaller model, now’s your time to shine. — Tucker Bowe

Buy Now: $1,099 $899

Friday, July 26

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Seiko Samurai Dive Watch
Save 25%: Many watch enthusiasts cut their teeth on mechanical Seiko dive watches because they are some of the best values in the watch industry. Take, for example, this Prospex SRPB55 “Samurai.” It’s has a full 200-meter depth rating (meeting ISO’s standard for divers), an in-house automatic movement, a waffle-textured dial and a case with a black ion finish. Yet you can get all of this for just $525 — except right now on Amazon, the watch is selling at a 25 percent discount, meaning you can get this hard-hitting diver for only $394. — Oren Hartov

Buy Now: $525 $394


4 Beautiful Pocket Knives Are on Sale
Save up to $59: There’s no shame in buying a knife just because it’s good-looking. Luckily, these ones are also practical, and significantly discounted. — Tanner Bowden

Learn More: Here

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Wardrobe Essentials from Outerknown
Save up to 60%: California-based clothing brand Outerknown makes some of our favorite wardrobe staples. Its laid back threads are easy to integrate into your daily wardrobe and will quickly become the first things you reach for in the morning. Now during the brand’s Summer Sale, you can save up to 60 percent on a huge selection of clothing. Pick from shirts, pants, shorts and more — deals start at just $9. — John Zientek

Learn More: Here

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G&L Limited Edition Tribute ASAT Electric Guitar
Save 40%: In 1979, legendary electric guitar designer Leo Fender started a new brand called G&L with two former Fender executives. His goal was to improve upon Fender’s iconic designs with better pickups, bridges and construction. More recently, the brand established its Tribute series, offering affordable takes on the upgraded instruments.

Today at Guitar Center, you can pick up a G&L Limited Edition Tribute ASAT Classic Ash Body guitar for 40 percent off at Guitar Center, this $500 guitar costs just $300. It’s practically a steal, so act fast — the deal will be gone before you know it. — John Zientek

Learn More: Here


Dainese Misano D-Air Perforated Jacket
Save 48%: In case you hadn’t figured it out yet, motorcycles aren’t as safe as cars. No matter how much defensive and proactive riding we do, life on two wheels out on the open road is inherently more dangerous than driving. The best thing motorcycle riders can do to keep themselves safe, then, is wearing the right gear — an armored jacket, pants, boots and gloves — to stave off possible injury. Dainese took a giant leap forward with its top-of-the-line riding gear incorporating the D-Air system. And right now, you can get the Misano D-Air Perforated Jacket for $700 less than it normally costs.

Using a wireless airbag system, microprocessor, internal sensors and a GPS system, a D-Air equipped jacket can determine if an accident is imminent and deploy extra protection in less than 15 milliseconds to protect the riders shoulders, collarbone and body. The inflated airbags will also mitigate helmet roll in an accident, keeping your lid from making direct contact with the collarbone. It’s a technology only top-level MotoGP riders and racers had access to until recently, but now it’s available for street riding…and right now, it’s 41% off. — Bryan Campbell

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Hydro Flask Journey Series Hydration Backpack
Save $60: When Hydro Flask, the maker of some of our favorite water bottles, revealed its first hydration backpack, we were impressed. We weren’t surprised though — it’s no shocker that a company focused on providing the best ways to carry water would do a pack justice. The Journey Series Hydration Pack uses a reflective neoprene sleeve to keep a full bladder cold for hours. Hydro Flask made the bag with a tough waterproof fabric, and it’s suspended with a comfortable mesh back panel that provides lots of airflow (to help your back from getting too sweaty). The pack is brand new this year, but as part of Huckberry’s summer clearance sale, you can pick one up for 30 percent off. — Tanner Bowden

Buy Now: $200 $140


Finex 12-Inch Cast-Iron Skillet
Save $66: Finex’s quirky, octagonal cast-iron skillets have earned the brand a larger following than any of its boutique cast-iron cookware competition. Beyond the famous eight corners, the pans are known for a perfectly smooth cooking surface, steel coil handle and above-average weight. The biggest knock against it? Steep retail prices. Today on Drop, get the 12-inch skillet (with a lid) for $66 less than its normal $275. — Will Price

Buy Now: $275 $209

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