Harman Kardon's Sound Sticks speakers are a bit of a cult item in design circles. Why? There are a couple reasons: they've been permanently enshrined at the Museum of Modern Art, Apple design wunderkind Jony Ive designed them, and, well, just look at those speakers. The curvaceous clear body leaves nothing to the imagination, down to the visible tweeters and subwoofer. Originally these speakers were designed to complement the translucent iMac G4 Cube, but since then these speakers have taken a life of their own.
Harman Kardon's clearing a whole bunch of refurbished Sound Sticks III over on Ebay for $100. That's $60 less than a new one everywhere else. That's the lowest price we've ever seen on this specific model — even previous models, like the Soundsticks II, don't come down to $100 often — and it's a great deal to get a little bit of MoMA-approved beauty in your life. [Ebay]
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A Brief History Of Kindle Fire HD 8.9 Sales
November 15, 2012: The Kindle Fire HD 8.9 is released at a list price of $300 for the 16GB model with special offers.
November 21, 2012: Kyle Wagner reviews the Kindle Fire HD 8.9, concluding: "If you're specifically looking for something to read comic books or magazines, and that's more or less it, then holy crap, this is an amazing deal and you should get one immediately. All three of you." Still $300.
December 10, 2012: Amazon cuts the price to $250 for a limited time.
December 12, 2012: The previous offer expired, but if you were a mom or said you were one on the internet, you had another chance to scoop one up for $250 again.
December 19, 2012 - February 3, 2013: No Kindle Fire HD discounts.
Febuary 4, 2013: Amazon's running a promotion offer for 8.9" Kindle Fires either because they're good Valentines Day gifts, or because they're not selling well enough. Through February 9th, they're down to $269 for the entry-level 16GB model, and the 16GB model with 4G is $449 with the code FIRELOVE. That's not the best price we've ever seen (obviously), and it's up to you to decide whether 10% is a good enough discount to get you to pull the trigger, but there's a chance we won't see another discount like this for a few months. [Amazon]
• 32GB Sandisk Cruzer ($17) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $25
• Amazon Sandisk Storage Sale | Amazon via Reddit
• 50% Off ZAGG InvisibleShield | Zagg via 9to5Toys | Use coupon code FEB4
• 20% off Otterbox | Otterbox via Fatwallet | Use coupon code WINTERX20130124
Office preppers: make sure you can meet your coworkers' unwarranted aggression with an arsenal of your own. These Nerf Triad blasters are down to $10.74 — at that price, you should buy two, so you can dual wield. [Amazon]
• 50 Assorted Mini Glow Sticks ($6.49) | Amazon via Hard Forum | Originally $10
• Nerf N-Strike Elite ($10.74) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $20
• 5" Garmin Nuvi GPS ($100) | Buydig | Originally $150 | Use coupon code VISITS
• Shun Classic 3-piece Set ($200) | Woot via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $300
• 15% off Flowers and Gifts | FromYouFlowers via Reddit | Use coupon code FSD, show loved ones how you feel by giving them the dead sex organs of flora
Microsoft should include a copy of Halo 4 with every Xbox 360. Until then, we'll have to settle for periodic sales where it comes down to $40 from $60. [Amazon]
• Street Fighter Alpha 2 ($2.39) | GOG via Reddit | Originally $6
• Warhammer 40k: Space Marine ($7.49) | GamersGate via Reddit | Originally $30
• Dungeon Siege Bundle PC Download ($12) | Amazon via Dealzon | Originally $30
• Sims 3 ($15) | Green Man Gaming via Reddit | Originally $30
• Command and Conquer Complete Collection ($17) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $30
• Mass Effect Trilogy ($30) | Green Man Gaming via Reddit | Originally $60
• Halo 4 ($40) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $60
• EA Games Sale | Green Man Gaming via Reddit
• 1 Year Subscription to Wired Magazine ($5) | DiscountMags via Dealnews | Originally $20 | Use coupon code DEALNEWS
• Super Bowl Collection on DVD ($107) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $180
• Ray Ban Black Wayfarer ($72.14) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $100
• Penfield Landis Jacket (€217) | Flat Shop via Fashion Stealer | Originally €310 | 13 Euro for shipping to US
• 20% off Amazon Shoes | Amazon via Reddit | Use coupon code SHOE2013
• Sale on Allen Edmonds Factory Seconds | Allen Edmonds via Put This On | Call (262) 785-6666
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Oh awesome — a contract-free used Samsung Galaxy S3 for $330 with code GalaxyS30 fave.co/TAl7rz— dealzmodo (@dealzmodo) February 4, 2013
• Ticket To Ride Pocket ($0) | iTunes via Reddit | Originally $5
• eBoy FixPix ($0) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $1
• My Measures and Dimensions ($0) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $1
• Geared 2! ($0) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $1
• League of Evil 2 ($1) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $2
• Dream of Pixels ($1) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $3
• League of Evil ($1) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $2
• Dead Space ($1) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $7
• Downcast ($2) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $5
• RadiON ($1) | Google Play via Apps-aholic | Originally $2
• Einstein's Logic ($1.9) | Google Play via Apps-aholic | Originally $3.5
• Need for Speed: Most Wanted ($3) | Google Play via Apps-aholic | Originally $7
• Holo Launcher Plus ($3) | Google Play via Apps-aholic | Originally $4
• Free Peterbilt Keychain ($0) | Peterbilt via Reddit | Originally $3 | You've got to go through a quirky flash slideshow
• Free Sample of Felix Paydirt ($0) | Felix Paydirt via Reddit | Originally $1 | Dirt with gold flakes
• Free T-Mobile SIM Activation Kit ($0) | T-Mobile via Dealnews | Originally $5
• Free Churro at Taco Bell ($0) | Taco Bell via Facebook via Taco Bell Facebook | You've got to buy food, but you were going to do that anyway, right?
Free 2-liter bottle of sugar water from Pepsi over here pepsinext.com— dealzmodo (@dealzmodo) February 4, 2013
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