You don't need a timepiece because your phone has a clock, but if you're going to wear one anyway, you should have it make a statement. Here's what this Casio Databank calculator watch says: I'm retro, I'm nerdy, and I think math is really important.

Casio's CA53W watch manages to be both retro and futuristic at the same time. Maybe that's why Marty McFly rocked it in Back to the Future and pretty much every single 80s kid wore one to school. Just look at it: 16 buttons, which allow you to add, subtract, divide and multiply to your heart's content. And as a Casio quartz watch, it'll tell the time quite reliably.


Right now Amazon's selling the Casio CA53W for $12.57 with free shipping over $25 or with Amazon Prime. That's the lowest price Amazon's ever sold it for, and a solid $12 less than MSRP. Hell, that's way less than it sold for in the 80s. [Amazon]


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Casio CA53W Databank Calculator Watch ($12.57) | Amazon | Normally around $20

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On-Contract iPhones Just Got a Lot Cheaper


If you're like me, and you're eligible for a new phone (thank you 20-month upgrade) and you're not going to wait, there are a few somewhat compelling deals going on right now for on-contract iPhones.

The best deal going on right now is for AT&T subscribers. They're knocking 50% off all top tier phones, so for instance, an iPhone 5 starts at $100. [AT&T]

Walmart is selling the entry level iPhone for $130 with a new 2-year contract. In-store only. [Walmart via Engadget]


Best Buy is doing a buyback program where your old phone can be worth as much as $150 towards a new one. Personally, I think that's a little low, but it's certainly an option. [Best Buy]


16 Duracell AA Batteries ($7) | Adorama via Dealmac | Originally $12

iPhone Charger Bracelet ($11) | Tanga via 9to5Toys

Logitech MK320 Cordless Dektop Keyboard/Mouse ($20) | Deals Kinja via Deals Kinja | Originally $40


Logitech K400 ($25) | Tiger Direct via Buyvia | Originally $40

$50 iTunes Gift Card ($45) | Best Buy via Fatwallet | Originally $50

1TB Seagate Backup Plus ($80) | Newegg via 9to5Toys | Originally $100

QKC Gaming Mousepad ($8) | Amazon via Deals Kinja | Lowest price ever



Pop Chart Lab 15% off | Use code JULY4

Vivere Double Hammock ($95) | Amazon via Ben's Bargains | Originally $150


25% off One Item at Office Depot | Office Depot via Deals Kinja | Use coupon code 68005695

Mini CREE LED Flashlight ($4) | Amazon via Deals Kinja | Great reviews, ships from HK


Sapphire Radeon HD 7970 with Games Bundle ($310) | TigerDirect | After $20 rebate


Shane over at Kotaku's Moneysaver has all the game deals you could want.



Tomb Raider Survival Edition [Steam] ($20) | GamersGate via Dealzon | Lowest ever by $9

Legacy of Kain Series [Steam] ($1.75/each) | Green Man Gaming

Deadpool [Steam] ($32) | Gamefly via Reddit | Use code GFDJUN20

Far Cry 3 [Physical] ($20) | Amazon

• GOG’s no DRM 2013 Summer Sale continues, so get in there.

• Pre-order LEGO Marvel for any platform, get $10 Amazon credit. | via Daily Game Deals



Tomb Raider ($30) | Amazon


Far Cry 3 ($20) | Amazon

• Pre-order LEGO Marvel for any platform, get $10 Amazon credit. | via Daily Game Deals


Remember Me ($52) | Amazon via Daily Game Deals

The Walking Dead ($20) | Amazon via DealNews


Rocksmith ($30) | Best Buy via DealNews


Gears of War: Judgment ($40) | Amazon via Daily Game Deals


Tomb Raider ($30) | Amazon

Far Cry 3 ($20) | Amazon


• Pre-order LEGO Marvel for any platform, get $10 Amazon credit. | via Daily Game Deals


FiiO Headphone Amplifier ($17) | Adorama via Dealmac | Originally $30

Vizio S4251 Soundbar for $230 for Amazon Prime Subscribers



Sweet shoes for $50.

Air Flight 89 ($50) | Finishline via Fatwallet | Originally $100

30% off Tretorn | Tretorn via Reddit

30% off Naked and Famous at Karmaloop | Karmaloop via Reddit | Use coupon code GETFRESH30


•Casio Calculator Watch ($13) | Amazon | Lowest price ever (yes, the watch you remember from elementary school)

Dumb TV → Smart TV


Physical Media

Three Select Blu-Rays From a Large Selection ($15) | Best Buy via Deals Kinja

Jurassic Park Blu-ray DVD Combo ($11) | Amazon | Lowest price ever


Digital Media




Samsung Series 3 Chromebox ($250) | Amazon via Edealinfo | Originally $330



Nexus 7 32GB ($200) | Adorama via 9to5Toys | Originally $250

16GB iPad 4 ($450) | Ebay via 9to5Toys | Originally $500

7" Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 ($169.99) | Amazon via Deals Kinja | Lowest price ever



23" Dell 1080p LED Backlit Monitor ($160) | Staples via Dealmac | Originally $180 | Better Dell monitor deal last week


Sharp Aquos 50-Inch 1080p LED HDTV ($500) | Best Buy via Deals Kinja | Matches lowest price ever


Top deals?


Retail GoPro Hero3 Silver ($233) | Ebay | Originally $300

iPhone Digital King Lenses ($30) | Adorama via Dealmac | Originally $40

Bare Drives

Samsung 840 Series 250GB SSD ($150) | Adorama via Deals Kinja | Matches lowest price ever




Spell Sword ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $1

Dead Land ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $2

Star Rover HD ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $2

Razor: Salvation ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $1


Elemental Knighs Online RED` ($1) | Google Play via App-sales | Originally $7

The Nautilus ($1) | Google Play via App-sales | Originally $3

Flight Control ($1) | Google Play via App-sales | Originally $3

Call of Cthulhu: Wasted Land ($3) | Google Play via App-sales | Originally $7


Free Trilobite Fossil ($0) | Greggdrilling via Reddit

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