This Kenwood head unit has great reviews, a front USB port, and a $60 price tag today. [Kenwood Bluetooth iPod-Ready In Dash Digital Media Receiver, $60]


If you do a lot of work in your garage, foam flooring can be a boon for your knees. Sears will sell you 24 square feet of interlocking tiles for just $10 today. [6-Pack of 2' x 2' Foam Flooring, $10]


Ultimate Ears' Boom Bluetooth speakers are among the most highly-regarded in the industry, and they're both $30 off today on Amazon. Tons of color options available.

Ultimate Ears MINI BOOM Wireless Bluetooth Speaker/Speakerphone ($70) | Amazon

Ultimate Ears BOOM Wireless Bluetooth Speaker/Speakerphone ($170) | Amazon


Granted, it's only a $5 discount, but that qualifies as a deal on the Nest Protect, which nevergoes on sale. [Nest Protect Smoke Plus Carbon Monoxide, $95]


You don't have to break the bank to join the Sonicare family. In fact, you don't even have to spend $40. [ Philips Sonicare HX6211/30 2 Series Plaque Control Rechargeable Toothbrush,$30 After $10 Off Digital Coupon]


The new GoPro Hero4 Black is a 4K-shooting beast of an action cam, and if you missed out on a few Black Friday bundle deals, you're in luck today.

If you buy the camera from Amazon for the regular $500 price, you'll get a $50 gift card back. That's effectively a 10% discount, and one of the best deals we've seen so far on the model. In addition, Amazon's tossing in a 32GB MicroSD card and a headstrap mount with your purchase. Purchased separately, those are worth about $45, so that really is a nice bonus. [GoPro Hero4 Black, $500 + $50 Gift Card and Accessories]


If you have multiple remotes strewn about your coffee table, today's Amazon Gold Box dealoffers you a great chance to simplify.

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Amazon is offering all-time low prices on a pair of Logitech Harmony universal remotes. You can choose from either the Logitech Harmony Smart Control for $80 (usually $110+), or theLogitech Harmony Home Control for $112 (usually $150).

Both include a physical remote to control everything in your home theater, and both allow you to use an app on your smartphone to power everything as well. The more-expensive Home Control though includes a more full-featured physical remote, and can interface smart devices like the Nest Learning Thermostat, August door locks, and more (though both can control Philips Hue).

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There's really no limit to what these things can do, so check out the product pages to see how one could fit into your life. These prices are only valid today, or until sold out. [ Amazon]

Update: Here are a couple other Logitech Harmony deals to check out.


USB battery packs are my favorite generic holiday gift. They're useful to literally everyone, they offer a tremendous amount of utility for a modest amount of money, and it still seems like most non-nerds aren't fully aware that they exist. If you have anyone on your shopping list that could use one, here's a great deal.

For a limited time, you can get a 13,000mAh Anker E4 for just $24 with code ANKERCM1, matching a Black Friday lightning deal. That's enough juice to charge up your average smartphone 4-5 times over, and is great for long flights, camping trips, power outages, and general battery life paranoia. Anker battery packs are among the most popular items we list, and they all carry stellar review averages. [Anker 2nd Gen Astro E4 13000mAh External Battery,$24 with code ANKERCM1]


One does not simply "own enough Lightning cables."

Aukey MFi-Certified Lightning Cable ($7) | Amazon | Promo code SWUJW7NG

MFi-Certified 10' Lightning Cable ($11) | Amazon


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