If you want a pair of wireless headphones without sacrificing sound quality, this deal’s for you. Jabra’s Revo Bluetooth headphones have great reviews around the web, and Adam Clark Estes at Gizmodo said they sounded about the same as the excellent Jabra Move Wireless, but with better build quality and ear cup…
Anyone with even a passing interest in cooking knows that All-Clad is the brand you want in your kitchen when it comes to skillets and pots. Made in America and carrying a lifetime warranty, you’d probably see their wares in the kitchens of most of your favorite restaurants. One of their skillets is also the single…
Woot is once again offering a complete Emeril by All-Clad cookware set for $155 shipped, and if you take your cooking seriously, you shouldn’t hesitate.
If you’re not totally thrilled with your mattress, but not fed up enough to spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on a new one, a good memory foam topper might be just what you need to give it a few more years of useful life.
If your kitchen's still stocked with $10 nonstick skillets and saucepans that you can bend with your bare hands, it's time to throw all of that away and upgrade to tri-ply cookware.
Portable Bluetooth speakers are one of the greatest inventions of the decade, and two of the best are on sale today.
If you're paying your ISP a monthly modem rental fee, you might as well be throwing money into a black hole. It's never too late to buy your own though, and today's deal offers a great opportunity.
The HP TouchPad, the Michael Myers-like tablet that just won't die, just popped up on Woot for a pretty cheapish $220. Two benji's and a jacksonw will score you the 32GB version. That's a little more expensive than it was during the great firesale of 2011 but with webOS becoming open source, maybe there's value in it!
It's got the potential to be amazing, but HP's TouchPad has been hindered by a sluggish brain. If you still really want one, Woot's daily deal slashes $120 off the price of the 16GB model. Hurry!
You know what would be a really awesome seventh birthday party? An elaborate choose your own adventure with a bunch of awesome prizes. That's what Woot's doing today, in honor of their seventh anniversary.
You've certainly read Jason Toon's work: he's head writer for Woot.com. But you might not have thought about the staggering amount of copy he has to write. And the first time he did a Woot-Off, neither did he.
To whom it may concern: The all day caffeine rush for your credit card, known as a woot-off in some circles, is going on now. [woot!]
You know the deal: One deal, one day just got a lot less true. Keep hammering F5, curse when you lose out on the fabled Bag of Crap, and buy something you don't really need. Enjoy! [Woot]
Plus: There's a Woot! Off going on! Minus: Every time I write "Woot! Off," with that exclamation point that doesn't end a sentence, my proper-grammar-loving heart dies a little. [Woot!]
Go give woot! your money. It's a woot-off, also known as a more randomized, ever so warmer Black Friday sale. Sorry mom, you're officially getting a blender. I spent all my money before the iPod popped up. Damn woot. [woot!]