At this point, you don't need me to tell you how great this camera is. I will tell you though that it's the lowest price we've seen on it that didn't require a paid REI membership, and you should be able to avoid tax in most states. [GoPro Hero3+ Black, $330]

When it comes to network attached storage solutions, you won't do much better than a Synology. The ever-popular DS214+ is marked down to an all-time low $300 today, which is about $60 lower than we've ever seen it. [Synology DS214+ NAS, $300]

Of course, you'll want to fill the Synology with some great hard drives, and as fate would have it, the 3TB WD Red NAS hard drive is also marked down to $125 today, or only $5 more than its lowest price ever. [WD Red 3TB, $125]

Over the last couple of days, we've told you about the Kinivo BTH220 Bluetooth headphones for only $20, but it turns out they have a bigger brother that's also on sale. The BTH240 is only $5 more, and adds longer battery life, a standard micro USB charging port, and (in my opinion) a better looking design to the mix. [Kinivo Bluetooth Headphones, $25]

Film buffs will be thrilled to know that Amazon is currently offering great deals on a ton of Criterion Collection Blu-rays and DVDs. Some of them are backordered, so make sure you check the buying options and be sure you're buying from Amazon directly. [Criterion Sale]

If you've been on the fence about picking up one of these drones, this deal might just push you over the edge. I bought one a few months ago, and it's a ton of fun. [Parrot AR.Drone 2.0, $237]

If that's a little too rich for your blood, Staples is running a special on miniature iOS-controlled Mota helicopters. [Mota iOS-Controlled Helicopter, $28]

We've seen slightly lower prices on this set in the past, but if you need your Bond fix, $125 for 23 movies is still a great deal. [Bond 50, $125]

You can charge your gadgets on the go in any situation with these deals.



Poker Night at the Inventory and Poker Night 2 were already a fun diversion at $5, but at $1, why not? [Poker Night at the Inventory, $1 / Poker Night 2, $1]

This is a different sort of storage than we usually cover around these parts, but that doesn't make it any less useful. This 17 cubic foot outdoor mini shed is marked down to an all-time low price, today only. [Rubbermaid Outdoor Storage Shed, $119]

Vacuum sealing food can keep it fresher for longer, and help avert freezer burn when storing meat. This cordless vacuum sealer includes 24 bags to get you started, and is under $50 today. [Waring Pistol Vacuum Sealer, $45]

It may sound like an extravagance, but this table lamp really is better on your eyes than the competition. With no flickering, six dimmable levels, and a wide, even beam, it's no wonder it has such fantastic user reviews. $10 off today with promo code 2MVNOT5T [OxyLED T100 Dimmable Eye-Care Lamp, $50 with Promo Code 2MVNOT5T]

If you don't need new wiper blades now, you probably will fairly soon. Might as well stock up while Sears has them for half price. [50% off Valvoline Wiper Blades]

Anyone who's ever hosted a barbecue knows that the tables attached to the grill never have enough space. This is a cheap way to solve that. [Camco Deluxe Grilling Table, $56]

Walmart today is offering just about the cheapest entry point into the Fitbit ecosystem that we've ever seen. Just buy a Fitbit Zip for $60, and you'll get a $20 Walmart card for free. The Zip has been around awhile, and Gizmodo's main beef with it, the Fitbit app, has improved considerably since then. [Fitbit Zip + $20 Gift Card, $60]

If you can't abide the green model, Amazon has a the charcoal version for $47, and other colors for a few bucks more. [Fitbit Zip Charcoal, $47]

If you're due for a new phone, Verizon is currently taking $100 any $200+ smartphone with a two year agreement. That includes the iPhone 5s, Galaxy S5, and HTC One. [Verizon]




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