Charge Everything In Your Car, Makeshift Camelbak, Free Amazon Coins

There are car chargers, and then there are car chargers. This model from Mpow features two USB ports, and 20W of power, which means you could charge two full-sized iPads at nearly full speed at the same time. At $7, why not?

Mpow 20W 4.2A Car Charger | $7 | Promo Code MPOW42AP

Charge Everything In Your Car, Makeshift Camelbak, Free Amazon Coins


Charge Everything In Your Car, Makeshift Camelbak, Free Amazon Coins

Here are a couple of solid sets of cheap headphones on sale, including one that's both Bluetooth and waterproof.


Charge Everything In Your Car, Makeshift Camelbak, Free Amazon Coins

There's not much to say here other than that it's an HDMI switch for $6. If you think you might need one, this is a great price.

Fosmon 3-Port Compact HDMI Switch | $6


Charge Everything In Your Car, Makeshift Camelbak, Free Amazon Coins

This ingenious device turns just about any standard water bottle into a makeshift Camelbak, at only a fraction of the cost.

Blue Desert SmarTube Hydration System | $11


Charge Everything In Your Car, Makeshift Camelbak, Free Amazon Coins

Here's a new program to get book lovers excited. Every month, Amazon will offer Kindle downloads of four not-yet-released books. Anyone can pick one to download for just $2 and read it before the release date, or Prime members can choose one for free. You can check out the first slate of books and sign up for email alerts here, or save yourself the $2 by signing up for a free Prime 30 day trial.


Charge Everything In Your Car, Makeshift Camelbak, Free Amazon Coins

Today in the no-brainer category, Android owners can get $20 worth of Android apps, in the form of Amazon coins, for $7. All you have to do is buy GTA: San Andreas from the Amazon App Store, which costs 7 bucks and comes with 2000 free coins ($20). If you want the game then all the better, but either way, you're getting $13 to spend on apps for free. [GTA: San Andreas with 2000 coins, $7]


Charge Everything In Your Car, Makeshift Camelbak, Free Amazon Coins

Pre-order and save on Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey. This was going for over $50 until now, and if it goes any lower before release, you'll be covered under Amazon's pre-order price guarantee. That guarantee only covers you after you order though, so if the price shoots back up before you lock in your preorder, you won't be able to get this deal.

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey [Blu-ray] | $30


Charge Everything In Your Car, Makeshift Camelbak, Free Amazon Coins

Watch Dogs pre-order with $15 Xbox Gift Card | One/360

Watch Dogs pre-order with $12 credit | PC


Watch Dogs Deluxe pre-order with $14 credit | PC


Charge Everything In Your Car, Makeshift Camelbak, Free Amazon Coins

We don't often feature outdoor equipment on Gizmodo Deals, but this is just too cool to ignore. This grenade-looking thing actually contains 7' of paracord, fishing gear, tin foil, a knife blade, and a fire starter. If you ever go hiking, it might be worth picking this up at $13.

The Friendly Swede Carabiner Grenade Survival Kit | $13


Charge Everything In Your Car, Makeshift Camelbak, Free Amazon Coins

You know you want one of these. You can even choose from dozens of available colors.

Refurb KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer | $200


Charge Everything In Your Car, Makeshift Camelbak, Free Amazon Coins

For those who take their morning coffee seriously, eBay has an insane deal on the Philips Saeco Syntia Espresso Machine. This model has 4 stars on Amazon, where it usually sells for over $1000. If you usually get your fix at a coffee shop, I don't need to tell you that this will pay for itself in spades.

Refurb Philips Saeco Syntia Espresso Machine | $360


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