The whole line of Philips' life-changing Wake-Up Lights were on sale a few weeks ago, but if you missed out, the high end model is marked back down to within $10 of the lowest price ever. [Philips HF3520 Wake-Up Light, $120]


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If your phone has wireless charging built-in, it never hurts to have an extra charging pad handy. [iClever Qi Enabled Wireless Charger, $20 with code 6KQZG38U]


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Our favorite USB charging station is perfect for your nightstand, your desk, or outlet-deprived hotel rooms. [Anker 40W 5-Port Desktop Charger, $20 with code 20DHALLO]


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Vacuum-sealing foods is great for storing them in the freezer, or cooking them via sous vide. This FoodSaver system has everything you need to get started, and has never been cheaper. [FoodSaver 4840 2-in-1 Vacuum Sealing System, $150]


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Five pieces of luggage for $79 seems almost too good to be true, especially considering the set is made by Samsonite and comes with a 10 year limited warranty. [Samsonite Luggage 5 Piece Travel Set, $79 with code FALL25]


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When you think of Fathead, you probably think of tacky life-sized athlete stickers, but this one is actually useful. [Fathead Medium Dry Erase Board, $25]


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I've bought like four of these Lightning cables, and they really do seem to be Apple-made. Fantastic bargain. [Apple Lightning USB Data Cable, $7]


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$20, 10,000mAH, and two ports. Solid deal. [ Omaker Brilliant 10000mAh Dual USB External Battery with 1W Flashlight, $20]


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These San Francisco Bay Coffee OneCup coffee servings are compatible with most Keurig machines, and come in at under $.33/cup today. [ San Francisco Bay Coffee, Fog Chaser, 80 OneCup Single Serve Cups, $26]


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This flash drive includes a micro USB port so you can plug it into your Android phone. It's great for holding movies for a long plane ride, or offloading vacation photos. [ Kingston Digital 32GB Data Traveler Micro Duo USB 3.0 Micro USB OTG Flash Drive, $15]


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If you're still drinking unfiltered tap water, or using the shower head that came with your home or apartment like some kind of animal, today's a great chance to improve your home's water works.

Amazon is discounting a variety of Culligan gear, today only. The most popular options here will probably be the two showerheads on offer: A classy RainDisc model for $23, or a standard adjustable head for $18. Both have great reviews, and both include filters that reduce sulfur odors and scale.

Moving into the kitchen, you can improve your tap water either with an on-faucet filter kit for just $13, or a less-ugly under-sink model for $61. Replacement filters are on sale for these as well, so you may as well stock up. As always with Gold Box deals, these prices are only valid today, and many items could sell out early. [Amazon]

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It's been awhile since we've seen 20% off iTunes credit, so stock up. [ $25 iTunes Gift Card, $20]

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3 TB of storage for $33.33 each. Not too shabby. [Seagate Expansion 3TB External USB 3.0 Hard Drive, $100]

Need even more space? How's 5TB for $150 sound? [ Seagate Expansion 5TB External, $150 with code EMCWPHA24]

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Pick up the highly-rated Intocircuit Power Castle external charger, and bundle it with a variety of other chargers for extra savings. The Power Castle is the Wirecutter's pick for best external charger, so this is a real bargain.


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The Astro A50 has long been the gaming headset of choice for anyone who could justify the cost, including you. While the old Astro A50 and A40 will probably stick around, Astro is creating new variants specifically tuned for the Playstation 4 and Xbox One. Head over to Kotaku for the full run-down.

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Last week, you voted for the Best Rechargeable Batteries. Now, we want to know what you use to charge them.

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