Today is an excellent day to upgrade your earbuds. Sears is running a pretty great sale on the Klipsch Reference S4, which is the big brother to our best value earphone, the Klipsch Image S4. Usually, the reference series is a bit more expensive than the Image line, but today, Sears has the Reference S4 for $46 with free shipping. That's less than Amazon's charging for the Reference S4 —hell, it's a solid $10 less than Amazon's charging for the vanilla Klipsch S4. As Eric Limer opined,

Klipsch Image S4s are the some of the best earbuds you can get for under $100, easy. If you're hard on your ‘buds, but still demand quality sound, S4s are a great go-to and they're worth every penny.

If they're already the best value, and they're on sale, that turns these headphones into a super value monster, squared. Treat your ears. [Sears]
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If you missed it earlier, Adobe has decided to rerelease Creative Suite 2 (CS2) which includes Acrobat and Photoshop, for free. It's old software—so it won't work on any modern Mac, but you might have more luck with Windows. The site also appears to be slammed at the moment, so you might want to try again later tonight. For many of you, this could be your first legal copy of Photoshop ever. [Gizmodo]

Klipsch Reference Image S4 ($46) | Sears via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $60



16GB Kingston Flash Drive ($10) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $20
Razer Goliathus Mousepad ($18.17) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $25
Microsoft SideWinder X4 Keyboard ($37) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $50
Saitek Eclipse II Backlit Keyboard ($40) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $55
Logitech G700 Gaming Mouse ($60) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $80
2TB Fantom Desktop HD ($90) | via Techbargains | Originally $130 | MIR on page
1.5TB Toshiba Portable HD ($90) | Best Buy via Dealnews | Originally $120
Office-in-a-box Laser Printer from Canon ($160) | Amazon | Originally $250




I bought this months ago at $1.50, totally forgot about it, then a couple days ago it came in the mail. I had fun with it for about five minutes. You too could be momentarily amused. Today it's under a buck! [Amazon]

Scalp Head Massager ($1) | Amazon | Originally $Priceless
1 Year Subscription to The Atlantic ($4.5) | Discount Mags via Dealcatcher | Originally $20 | Use coupon code DEALCATCHER, I hear they're putting a paywall up
Customized Door Magnet ($5) | Vistaprint via Dealnews | Originally $12
SteriPEN Mini Water Purifier ($28) | Sierra Trading Post via Dealnews | Originally $50
Keurig B60 Special Edition ($120) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $150



iPad 4 + $30 Gift Card ($500) | Target via Fatwallet | Originally $500



Monster Lil' Jams Earbuds ($35) | Monster via Ebay via Edealinfo | Originally $80
Klipsch Reference Image S4 ($46) | Sears via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $60



Skydrift ($2.49) | Green Man Gaming via Green Man Gaming | Originally $10
Counter Strike: Global Offensive ($7.49) | Steam via Reddit | Originally $15
NBA 2K13 for Steam ($15) | Amazon via Hard Forum | Originally $20


Physical Media


Fast and Furious, that series about beautiful young men and their beautiful cars, is one of the most successful and even transgressive Hollywood franchises going today. This five-disc box set includes the entire series, including Fast and Furious, 2 Fast 2 Furious, Tokyo Drift, 4 Fast 4 Furious, and Fast Five. (OK, so they're not the most creatively titled movies.) If you order these region-free Blu-rays from the UK, you can save up to $20 over American Amazon. [Amazon]

All Three Austin Powers Movies ($10) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $20
Casablanca on Blu-ray ($11.49) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $20
Fast and Furious 1-5 on Blu-ray ($23.15) | Amazon via Techbargains | Originally $100
Tim Burton Collection ($29) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $45
Shogun Assassin on Blu-ray ($23) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $55



Timex Watch Sale ($19) | Groupon via Reddit | Originally $30
Dockers 'Alpha Khaki' Trousers ($29.49) | Nordstrom via Reddit | Originally $55
Nike Free Trainer 5.0 ($45) | Nordstrom via Nordstrom | Originally $90
30% off J. Crew Sale | J. Crew via Reddit | Use coupon code STYLEFIND


Dumb TV → Smart TV



Not today.


Did you see something you liked?




Surprisingly, nothing today.


Samsung Galaxy S II for Virgin Mobile ($280) | Radio Shack via Fatwallet | Originally $350



Kodak AA Battery Charger + 2 NiMH Batteries ($5) | Adorama via 9to5Toys | Originally $15


Bare Drives

Not today.



Binarual Beats App ($0) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $1
Legendary Wars HD ($0) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $2
Infectonator ($0) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $1
Reveal the Maze ($0) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $1
Wolfram Alpha ($2) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $3


iPad Only

ArtRage ($3) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $5


While the future of Android gaming might be bright, it needs more games. Today a port of the classic Metal Slug is down to $2. Usually it's twice as much. [Google Play]



Here's a free old-school RPG from the Mac App Store. [Mac App Store]



Here is a free cup of Starbucks coffee in exchange for a like. You're welcome. [Starbucks via Facebook]

Free Lifestyles Condom ($0) | Lifestyles via Facebook via Reddit | Originally $1 | Like 'em on Facebook
Free Online Courses | Slickdeals, MIT, Others via Reddit | I signed up for the introductory machine learning course from CalTech

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