There's a lot of cute and stupid USB drives out there, but these anthropomorphic pieces of toast take the cake. They even come with a hub that looks like a toaster. Cuteness is expensive when it first comes out, so its no surprise the whole set is now on clearance for a fraction of the original price.
When Andrew Liszewski spotted these guys, he called them "so adorable you'll want to vomit." He may have had trouble keeping his breakfast down after seeing the original price: $125 for the hub and four 4GB flash drives. That's a ripoff. But there's no substitute for gadgets that look like anthropomorphized bread, and if you still want it, the whole set's on sale for $51—but if you're a freaking toast fiend, two sets (eight slices of toast!) are $52 with the code CONGRADS. [Thinkgeek]
Note: You've got to add all 5 toaster pieces to your cart to see the discounts.
Depending on tax, you can get a Fitbit Flex for around $70—a solid 30% off the price. Discovered over at 9to5Toys, you score the somewhat tricky deal by first buying a Groupon voucher, then applying it over at Brookstone with the coupon code AFDAD20. [Groupon, Brookstone via 9to5Toys]
The dutch oven is one of the first pieces of cookware you should get, and for the past century or so the gold standard has been Le Creuset. They're 'spensive—like, usually $300. So $145 for one over at Daily Steals is a pretty great deal. The only problem is that the model on sale is kinda small, and if you were buying one at full price I'd certainly recommend you get a bigger version. [Daily Steals]
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