Two Versatile Lanterns for the Price of One, Pop-Up Sun Shade [Deals]

These little handheld lanterns are incredibly versatile. You can hold them, hang them under your hood, use them as batons for relay races, and even charge your phone using their built-in batteries. Today on Amazon, you can get two for the price of one. [BOGO OxyLED Portable Lantern with Built-In USB Battery Charger, $20, add two to cart and use promo code TI5ZUYPG]


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Two Versatile Lanterns for the Price of One, Pop-Up Sun Shade [Deals]

This head unit from Boss features a 6.2" touchscreen, Bluetooth, and an all-time low price tag. [BOSS Audio In-Dash Double-Din 6.2-inch Touchscreen DVD/CD/USB/SD/MP4/MP3 Player Receiver, $126]


Two Versatile Lanterns for the Price of One, Pop-Up Sun Shade [Deals]

Summer might be winding down, but for $6, you might as well pick up this pop-up sun shade. [Large/Jumbo Car Windshild Folding Spring Sun Shade, $6]


Two Versatile Lanterns for the Price of One, Pop-Up Sun Shade [Deals]

This kit isn't designed specifically for car work, but it's a great general use tool set to have handy. [Denali 115-Piece Home Repair Tool Kit, $43]


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