My iPhone recently turned one and a half, and let me tell you, the battery isn't what it used to be. The battery life isn't terrible, but it's certainly flagging. For folks with old smartphones, you know the feeling: you want a safety blanket so you're not left without your communications hub at the worst time. This tiny Mophie Juice Pack seems like it would fit the bill: it's a portable 2000mAh battery so you can give your gadgets a little boost. Mophie makes good products — Mario Aguilar relied on a (larger) Mophie juice pack to get through CES. Plus, with this model, the actual battery is tiny, and today, there are two cool sales on it.

Usually the 2000mAh Mophie Juice Pack Boost sells for between $40 and $50, but Groupon is clearing out the Product(RED) colorway for 30-pin iPhones for $25 with free shipping. If you want a black version or simply prefer shopping through Amazon, a third-party retailer over at Amazon has them for $30 with Prime shipping. Sorry iPhone 5 users, this deal is for 30-pin chargers only—that's why it's so cheap. It's a small price for a tiny piece of mind. [Groupon | Amazon]

Note: Android users and folks who need a MicroUSB charger, you're not totally out of luck. Amazon's selling a MicroUSB version, but they're out of stock at the moment. You can still buy it at $30 and you'll get it shipped when it's back in stock. Go here and choose "more buying choices" from the right side. [Amazon]

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Top Deals

Red Apple 2000mAh Mophie Juice Pack ($25) | Groupon | Originally $40
Black Apple 2000mAh Mophie Juice Pack ($30) | Amazon | Originally $40
Black MicroUSB 2000mAh Mophie Juice Pack ($30) | Amazon | Originally $40 | Choose Amazon under "more buying choices" from the right side.


16GB Sony Class 10 SDHC Card ($9) | B&H Photo via Slickdeals | Originally $15
15 Watt Dual USB Charger ($15) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $25
Mophie Juice Pack ($25) | Groupon via Logicbuy | Originally $40 | $30 over at Amazon
Corsair M60 Mouse ($35) | Newegg via Hard Forum | Originally $70 | Use coupon code EMCXVXR56 and MIR
Rosewill Mechanical Keyboard with Cherry MX Switches ($70) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $80
2TB Toshiba Canvio Desktop External HD ($100) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $130


Because snow sports season is ending, now is a great time to get deals on technical gear for snowboarders and skiers. For most people, you should be looking for jackets — we're keeping an eye on them — but there's also a great opportunity to snag a pair of goggles. This Smith Optics model is $175 most of the time, but Amazon's gotta make space in the warehouse. They're selling for $105 a pop. [Amazon]
Mr. Coffee Keurig Brewer ($59) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $79
Smith Optics Goggle ($101) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $175
Bosch Benchtop Router Table ($135) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $200 | Free shipping on a metal bench is the real bargain
Steelcase Reply Office Chair ($382) | Steelcase Store via Logicbuy | Originally $449
Saeco Syntia Cappuccino Maker ($500) | Woot via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $800
Free Shipping + 10% Off Flowers | FTD via Reddit




AKG K-404 Foldable Headphones ($25) | World Wide Stereo via eDealInfo | Originally $40 | Use coupon code WEEKEND
MXL Ribbon Microphone ($60) | Musician's Friend via 9to5Toys | Originally $160


Bejeweled 3 for PS3 ($9) | Newegg via Gamingaholic | Originally $20
Batman: Arkham City for Xbox ($20) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $40
Battlefield 3 for Origin ($30) | Green Man Gaming via Slickdeals | Originally $40
1 Year Xbox Live Gold ($35) | Tiger Direct via Ebay via Ben's Bargains | Originally $50
Dead Space 3 ($48) | Gamefly via Dealzon | Originally $60 | Use coupon code GFDFEB20
PS3 Wireless Headset ($70) | Best Buy via Logicbuy | Originally $100 | And of course Amazon pricematched
Xbox 360 Pro System w/ 60GB HD ($175) | Rakuten | Originally $200

Physical Media

Final Destination 2 on Blu-ray ($5) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $12
Princess Bride on Blu-ray ($8) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $15
The Notebook on Blu-ray ($8) | Amazon via Logicbuy | Originally $15
Office Space + Napoleon Dynamite on Blu-ray ($10) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $20
Alexander Revisited + Troy + 300 on Blu-ray ($12.49) | Amazon via Logicbuy | Originally $20
The Complete National Geographic on DVD ($30) | National Geographic | Originally $75

Digital Media

69 Cent Songs ($0.69) | iTunes | Apple wasn't really making a 69 joke, but still pretty funny


I would hardly call these "heritage" boots, but they're not totally hideous and they're only $48. [Kohls]

Dumb TV → Smart TV



15" HP Spectre XT with 1080p IPS Screen + Hybrid SSD ($1210) | HP via Logicbuy | Originally $1400 | Use coupon code NB84633




Yes, while on the surface a $180 refurbished Nexus 7 seems like a terrible deal when you compare it to a new one at $200 from Google Play, it's actually a sneaky good deal on a tablet that's already an excellent value. Google Play tacks on between $20-$30 for shipping charges and tax. The refurb that's on 1 Sale a Day doesn't require tax for most states, and shipping's free. From New York, the 1 Sale a Day offer saves me $52. [1 Sale a Day]


Refurb 16GB Nexus 7 ($180) | 1 Sale a Day via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $200


47" Panasonic Viera TC-L47E50 ($600) | Paul's TV via Tech Deal Digger | Originally $1000


Not today.


Nifty Fifty Lens ($94) | B&H Photo via Cameraaholic | Originally $115
Canon EF 28mm f/2.8 Wide Angle Lens ($600) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $700

Bare Drives

2TB Seagate Barracuda Bare Drive ($80) | Tiger Direct via Logicbuy | Originally $120 | MIR on page
3TB Western Digital Bare Drive ($129) | B&H Photo via Logicbuy | Originally $160
250GB Samsung 840 SSD ($150) | Tiger Direct via Storageaholic | Originally $180 | Use coupon code WZX81952
256GB Sandisk Ultra SSD ($160) | Newegg via Storageaholic | Originally $200 | Use promo code EMCYTZT2901



US Police Scanner Pro ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $1
Sminis ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $1
Tapatalk Forum App ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $3


Mahjong Deluxe 2 ($0) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $1
Police Radio Scanner ($0) | Amazon Appstore via Apps-aholic | Originally $3
WiFi File Manager Pro ($1) | Google Play via Apps-aholic | Originally $2




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