These Sennheisers are not fashion headphones. They don't have a multi-million dollar marketing campaign behind them. They don't have legions of rapper endorsements. What they are is well-designed, comfortable, and beautiful-sounding headphones that are currently at Amazon's lowest historical price. Mario Aguilar reviewed them back in May and loved them:

The PX 100-II's deliver lovely, textured bass of the kind you'd expect from much more expensive headphones. But what's really impressive is that the PX 100-II sound full-bodied without losing a bit of detail from the music. You get everything: A dizzying sense of depth and space as well as tiny nuances like the unique shimmer of different cymbals or the slight change in delay speed on a guitar accent. Delicious.


Right now Amazon's selling the Bestmodo-winning Sennheisser PX 100-II with a three-button remote for $47. That's the lowest price Amazon's ever carried these headphones for. If you can skip the remote, B&H Photo has them for $43 and change (but you might have to pay shipping.) Pretty great deal for headphones other folks are are still selling for $70. [Amazon | B&H Photo]

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Sennheiser PX 100-II Lightweight Headphones ($47.45) | Amazon via Tech Deal Digger | Originally $60




Flash drives are a great item to find deals on: they're cheap, they're mostly interchangeable, and they go on sale all the time. Today we've found one of the best prices yet on a 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive—this Silicon Power drive is only $15 today. It's not the fastest or finest flash drive, but it will sneakernet your files or install an OS with the best of them. [Amazon via Wirecutter Deals]

Privacy Screen Protector for iPhone 5 ($4) | Hand Held Items via 9To5Toys | Originally $10 | Use coupon code iphone54waysblock
Pocket Scale, Accurate To .01 Gram ($7.80) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $20
Maglite AA Mini Flashlight ($9) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $20
32GB Silicon Power USB 3.0 Flash Drive ($15) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $25
Motorola Bluetooth Keyboard and Mouse for Android ($25) | Shnoop via 9To5Toys | Originally $40
Rosewill Mechanical Keyboard with Blues ($48) | Newegg via Ben's Bargains | Originally $60 | Use coupon code EMCXVWV234
77% Off Sitewide XtremeGuard | XtremeGuard via Slickdeals | Use coupon code 77off2, must buy two products




I was not aware that Hostess offered an official Twinkie baking pan. Although it's difficult to reproduce the industrial Twinkie magic at home, having the appropriate pan gets you that much closer. A set is $15 on Ebay, but a whopping $40 on Amazon. [Ebay]

Unlimited Monthly Usenet Account ($7) | Newsgroup Direct | Originally $10 | Thanks, Jose!
1TB of Usenet ($38) | Newsgroup Direct | Originally $50 | Thanks, Jose!
Hostess-Approved Twinkie Bake Set ($15) | Ebay via Ben's Bargains | Originally $40 | $40 over on Amazon
704 Piece LEGO Brick Box ($35) | Walmart via Reddit | Originally $46
DataShield Backpack ($50) | mwave via 9To5Toys | Originally $70
Cheap Velour Desk Chair ($120) | Office Depot via Logicbuy | Originally $200 | Use coupon code 198EXSXKCKGQJK, tip basket over $150



Used 32GB iPod Touch 4th Gen ($125) | Cowboom via Dealzon | Originally $180


Sennheiser HD419 Headphones ($30) | Buydig via Reddit | Originally $40
Harman Kardon 5.1-Channel Home Theatre System BDS700 ($700) | Paul's TV via Tech Deal Digger | Originally $1000 | Use coupon code SAVE300



Civ 5 ($6) | Gamefly via Gamefly | Originally $20 | Use coupon code GFDFEB20
Max Payne 3 for PS3 or Xbox ($18) | Best Buy via Logicbuy | Originally $30
Angry Birds Trilogy for Xbox, PS3, 3DS ($20) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $30
Kinect Sensor + Kinect Adventures ($90) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $110


Physical Media

Community: The Complete Third Season ($10) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $30
The Complete Farscape on Blu-ray ($59) | Amazon via J.D. Levite | Originally $90


Digital Media

Grammy Winning Tracks ($0.51) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $1 | Lumineers, Black Keys, Others
Any Ian Fleming James Bond Book for Kindle ($2) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $12 | Buy voucher, then use it on Amazon




Nothing's more stylish in the spring than rocking a pair of fresh white plimsolls through the still-muddy ground. It's rare that a clothing sale actually matches what you'd want when seasons change, but sometimes you get lucky: these are white on white Vans — perfect for the warmer months — for $35 from Urban Outfitters. Usually Vans Authentics in any color run $45. If your basket is over $50, shipping is free. Sizes are running out. [Urban Outfitters]

White Vans ($35) | Urban Outfitters via Reddit | Originally $45
Cabela's Waxed Canvas Duck Jacket ($40) | Cabelas via Ben's Bargains | Originally $70
Allen Edmonds Lubbock Monk Shoe ($190) | 6PM via Reddit | Originally $300

Dumb TV → Smart TV

New Apple TV ($90) | Newegg via Ben's Bargains | Originally $100 | Use coupon code EMCXVWV82, no tax makes this a good deal
Xbox 360 Media Remote ($15.12) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $20



Nah. Yesterday's Dealzmodo had a real cheap Thinkpad though.


Alienware X51 with GeForce GTX 660, Blu-ray, Core i7 ($1100) | Dell via Logicbuy | Originally $1350 | Upgrades and customizations at 10% off



The "mother of all markets" doesn't need deep discounts.

However, Microsoft does:



Not today.


Used 32GB iPod Touch 4th Gen ($125) | Cowboom via Dealzon | Originally $180
Barnes and Noble Simple Nook Touch + $30 Gift Card ($79) | Best Buy via Fatwallet | Originally $79



Sony Alpha A57 DSLR + $50 Gift Card ($593) | Buydig via Logicbuy | Originally $700 | Use coupon code DIG5
Canon EOS 6D Full Frame DSLR + 24-105mm f/4.0L ($2400) | Buydig via Cameraaholic | Originally $2500-$2700


Bare Drives

2TB Western Digital Green Bare Drive ($85) | Newegg via Ben's Bargains | Originally $110 | Use coupon code EMCXVWV34
128GB Samsung 840 ($89) | Newegg via Hard Forum | Originally $110 | Use coupon code EMCXVWV45
128GB Samsung 840 Pro ($130) | via Logicbuy | Originally $150 | Use coupon code DIG5
480GB SanDisk Extreme SSD ($320) | Rakuten via 9To5Toys | Originally $400 | Use coupon code 4DE8C34




Captain Nova ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $1
Super Monsters Ate My Condo ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $1
Timegg Pro ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $1
Karateka ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $3



FTL Launcher Pro ($1.49) | Google Play via Apps-aholic | Originally $2.68
Anomaly Warzone Earth HD ($2) | Google Play via Apps-aholic | Originally $4


System Lens ($2) | Mac App Store via Two Dollar Tuesday | Originally $4


Quicken Deluxe 2013 for Windows with TurboTax Basic Federal + e-File 2012 for Windows and Mac ($22) | Add This and use code BTTG35QK



Laurel and Hardy Posters are Back ($0) | National Resource Safety Center via Reddit | Originally $Priceless
Free Intuit Card Reader ($0) | Intuit via Reddit | Originally 3%
Free Pi Day Sticker ($0) | Geekorize via Reddit | Originally $3.14


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