The Best Deals We Can Find
Because we think we can make a small difference by being picky, here are some great deals on solid pieces of gear.
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- Closet & Laundry
- Exercise & Fitness
- Home Appliances
- Cuisinart MultiClad Pro 2-Quart Saucepan
- Whynter ICM-15LS Ice Cream Maker
- OXO Good Grips 3-Blade Spiralizer
- OXO Good Grips 4-Cup Fat Separator
- Sunbeam TrashRac 82215 - 5 Gallon Trash Rack System
- Chef's Choice 4643 ProntoPro Manual Knife Sharpener
- Victorinox Fibrox Knife Set
- Victorinox 6-Inch Flex Boning Knife
Street Price: $165 MSRP: $200 Deal Price: $130
This deal drops the Braun 760cc down to matching the lowest we’ve previously seen. You’ll have to make sure to clip the $25 coupon to get the deal price of $130, so if you can’t see the coupon, it likely means the deal is expired. Once you’ve clicked the coupon, you’ll see the deal price at checkout.
The Braun Series 7 Model 760cc is our top pick in our guide to the best electric razors. Dan Koeppel wrote, “The Braun Series 7 (model 760cc) is the best electric razor for most people, just as it was when we first looked at the category two years ago. Recently displaced as Braun’s top-of-the-line shaver, this product’s high quality and (now) even lower price make it the best choice for most buyers.”
Street Price: $45 MSRP: $55 Deal Price: $35
This is a great deal on our top pick for best small saucepan from Cuisinart. This matches the lowest we’ve seen in the past year, and is overall a nice drop from the normal street price.
The Cuisinart MultiClad Pro 2-Quart is our top pick in our guide to the best small saucepan. Lesley Stockton wrote, “The Cuisinart MultiClad Pro ($50) is our top pick because it has everything we want in a small saucepan (which can’t be said for much of the competition), and for a very affordable price. With tri-ply for even heat distribution, a wide body, a bent lip for pouring, and a snug lid, this saucepan performs nearly as well as ones that are three times the price.”
Street Price: $240 MSRP: $320 Deal Price: $180
This matches the best price we’ve seen on our pick. We saw it for a short time in late November at over $60 below the street price, and this deal is similar, putting the price of this ice cream maker just under $180. Outside of the last week, we haven’t seen it drop below $230 during the past year, so this is a great time to grab one.
The Whynter ICM-15LS is our pick for the best ice cream maker. Lesley Stockton wrote, “The Whynter ICM-15LS is one of the easiest machines we’ve found to use, scoop from, and clean. And for the price, you can’t beat it for the smooth ice cream it produces.”
Street Price: $47 MSRP: $50 Deal Price: $41
The best price we’ve seen on this thermometer, and only the second good sale we’ve seen. The first was during Black Friday weekend, so it expired pretty quickly, but we expect this price to stick around a bit longer.
The Kinsa Digital Smart Ear Thermometer is our iOS and Android syncing pick in our best thermometer guide. Caroline Weinberg said, “It’s a smart thermometer that can record your temperature by syncing via Bluetooth with any iOS or Android device (though you don’t need an app in order to see the temperature readings). Unlike the iProven, though, it doesn’t work for forehead readings, and it lacks the easy to read, color-coded display.”
Street Price: $40 MSRP: $40 Deal Price: $30
This is another nice deal on the OXO 3-blade spiralizer, matching the lowest we’ve ever seen it. We’ve seen deals start to ramp up in recent months on this spiralizer, but we haven’t seen it drop this low until the past few weeks. At $30, this is a nice bargain. Shipping is free with Prime.
The OXO Good Grips Spiralizer is our pick in our guide for the best spiralizer. Michael Sullivan wrote, “The new OXO Good Grips Spiralizer outperformed every other model we tested due to its thoughtful design and ease of use. Though more expensive, the OXO’s sharp blades cut both firm and delicate vegetables with minimal effort, creating long noodles that don’t break apart. The three colorful blade attachments fit snugly in a separate covered compartment, which is safer and more convenient than models that come with stray blades and no storage options. Its wide base suctions securely to your work surface and doesn’t budge while spiralizing. The OXO’s compact size and collapsible side handle means it takes up less space when stored on your counter or in a kitchen cupboard.”
Street Price: $15 MSRP: $15 Deal Price: $11
A solid price drop on this fat separator, matching our low from earlier in the year. This separator tends to hover right at $15 with periodic drops – those drops typically don’t take it below $12, though, so this is a particularly good discount.
The OXO Good Grips 4-Cup Fat Separator is our fat separator pick in our Thanksgiving guide. The SH staff wrote, “After researching over 20 varieties of fat separators, we chose the OXO Good Grips Fat Separator (available in 2-cup and 4-cup versions) as our favorite because of its ease of use, its deep strainer, and its resistance to heat. The key component is a tight-fitting plug that prevents any drippings from entering the spout before the fat has a chance to rise to the top. Once the drippings settle, you can unplug the spout and easily pour the liquid out of the separator with no risk of incorporating fat.”
They did mention one issue though, “The only drawback to this model is that the plug is not attached to the spout, so it’s easier to lose. However, since this kitchen tool doesn’t come into use on a regular basis, we think keeping track of the plug isn’t a problem.”
Street Price: $11 MSRP: $20 Deal Price: $8
A nice deal on this adjustable wrench at a price just a small amount above the lowest we’ve seen. The Irwin Tools 8″ adjustable wrench typically bounces between $9 and $15 with rare dips to $8 and below, so this is a chance for those in the market to get it on the lower end of that spectrum.
The Irwin Tools Vise-Grip 8″ Adjustable wrench is our lower price pick in our best adjustable wrench guide. Doug Mahoney writes, “If you’re not looking to invest much and just want a wrench that can handle the basics, we like the Irwin Vise-Grip 2078608 8-Inch Adjustable Wrench. It opens to about 1⅛ inches, so it can’t fit around larger plumbing connections or even a garden hose, but its comfortable handle and solid build quality make it a nice choice for general around-the-house tasks such as assembling furniture or attaching training wheels to a bike.”
Street Price: $130 MSRP: $130 Deal Price: $98
This is a great deal on this standing shower caddy from simplehuman. It matches the lowest price we saw once before last year, so it’s a great time and price to pick up this shower caddy. The sales on this shower caddy have been very brief, so it’s unlikely this sale will too long.
The simplehuman Adjustable Tension Shower Caddy is our pole-style pick in our guide to the best shower caddy. Eric Hansen wrote, “If you have the space for it, need a caddy you can use with a handheld showerhead, or want a major upgrade in quality, we also recommend the simplehuman Tension Shower Caddy. It costs about $130, but it’s easy to install and well-constructed—contrast that with cheaper tension pole caddies, which are a pain to install and tend to rust or fall apart (or both) after just a few months.”
Street Price: $40 MSRP: $40 Deal Price: $30
Update : This is temporarily out of stock but can still be ordered at this price.
The best price we’ve seen on this shower caddy. Though it’s only $2 below the last couple of sales we’ve posted, it’s a nice additional discount on an affordable upgrade to your shower.
The simplehuman Adjustable Shower Caddy is our runner-up for best shower caddy. Our team of Eric Hansen, Erica Ogg, and Michael Zhao write, “After testing the simplehuman Adjustable Shower Caddy and the simplehuman Adjustable Shower Caddy Plus against our top pick over the course of a month, we’ve determined that the former is a good alternative to our top pick if you want adjustable shelves.” They continue,”Not only do the shelves adjust vertically and horizontally, but this caddy also has a sturdier screw-on attachment mechanism and a more attractive finish than the OXO.”
Street Price: $140 MSRP: $160 Deal Price: $115
This is a great deal on the Shark Navigator NV352 that comes within a few dollars of the lowest price we saw on Cyber Monday. A nice $25 drop from the street price and one of the best prices we’ve seen this year.
The Shark Navigator NV352 is our top pick in our guide to the best cheap vacuum. Liam McCabe wrote, “An effective, affordable, reliable, easy-to-use bagless vacuum that will work well for most people in most homes, the Shark Navigator Lift-Away NV352 bagless upright is the best affordable plug-in vacuum right now. It isn’t the best because it has one particular ability, but because it combines several key aspects better than the other 160 vacuums priced under $200 that we considered.”
Street Price: $21 MSRP: $25 Deal Price: $18
A nice drop on this in-cabinet trash system. At $18, it’s the lowest we’ve seen the 5 gallon size. Shipping is free with Prime.
The Sunbeam TrashRac is our runner-up kitchen cabinet pick in our best small trash cans guide. Kevin Purdy writes, “The next best thing to a simplehuman in-cabinet can is Sunbeam’s door-mounted Trashrac, in 3- and 5-gallon sizes. It is the most widely available and fully featured in-cabinet trash can (especially in the 5-gallon size) aside from our pick. It has a lid, a bottom drip tray, versatile hooks that can hold handle-style bags in most any size, and an affordable price. It’s not nearly as stylish as the simplehuman, and it requires you to do more work to secure and remove bags. But for the money, it’s a solid cabinet can that can hold more trash than our main pick.”
Street Price: $120 MSRP: $120 Deal Price: $100
A good price on this steam mop for big jobs. At $100, it’s $30 off the current retail price. Shipping is free.
The Shark Genius Steam Pocket Mop System is our upgrade pick for bigger jobs. Kevin Purdy writes, “If you have a lot of steam-tolerating stone floor to clean, you’re going to go through multiple cloth mop heads in one session—and in that case, it’s worth upgrading to the Shark Genius Steam Pocket Mop System. You can flip over a cloth mop cover and use the other side without having to stop the mop and you can change out covers without touching them while they’re hot and messy. The Genius Steam Pocket Mop is also relatively lightweight, maneuvers well (though not as well as our top pick), and uses Shark mop head covers that are easy to wash or replace.”
Street Price: $40 MSRP: $40 Deal Price: $30
The first drop we’ve seen all year, and the best price we’ve seen to date. This sale comes in at a full $10 below the usual price of this first-aid kit.
The Adventure Medical Kits Sportsman Whitetail is our first-aid kit pick in our emergency preparedness guide. The Sweethome staff wrote, “The Sportsman Whitetail comes with a wide variety of supplies, instructional flash cards, and organization that makes providing first aid as simple as possible (even for the untrained).”
Street Price: $45 MSRP: $65 Deal Price: $38
Update 2 : This dropped down to $36, but it’s back up to $38.
A nice deal on this manual knife sharpener, which has bounced between $35 and $40 over the course of the last week. At $39, we still like it as a deal as it is usually priced between $40 and $50 and was $50 as recently as a month ago.
The Chef’s Choice 4643 ProntoPro Angle Select Diamond Hone 3 Stage Manual Knife Sharpener is our top pick for the best knife sharpening tool. Tim Hefferman writes, “The Chef’sChoice ProntoPro 4643 is our overall pick among knife sharpeners. A manual model, it was the easiest of all our test models to use—almost intuitive, in fact: You insert the blade in one of the slots and run it back and forth, from heel to tip, until the tool grinds a new edge. The sharpening elements are wheels impregnated with diamond abrasive—a material that Cook’s Illustrated found to be superior…In our test, about 30 strokes on the coarse wheels under light pressure cut a brand-new edge. Another 20 strokes on the fine, polishing wheels gave the edge a reasonably smooth finish.”
Street Price: $112 MSRP: $150 Deal Price: $96
This is a nice deal on a set that includes our top pick for bread knife, a previous pick for chef’s knife, a paring knife (a longer version of our paring knife pick), and a utility knife. At $96 after 20% off applied automatically in cart, it represents a nice drop from the $112 needed to purchase the pieces separately.
The Victorinox 10.25″ Bakers Bread Knife is our top pick for best serrated bread knife. Of the bread knife, Lesley Stockton writes, “The Victorinox Fibrox Pro 10.25-Inch Serrated Curved Bread Knife is the best serrated knife because it has the ideal medium-size pointed serrations, a thin blade, and a perfect length of 10 inches. It’s also a terrific value. Also, its comfortable ergonomic handle makes long prepping tasks easier. It saws through tough loaves of bread with clean precision and leaves the crust and crumb intact no matter how thin the slices. The thin curved blade is ideal for a wide range of tasks—not just breads and pastries—including soft fruits and vegetables. This knife smoked the competition in our tests by consistently making perfect slices of bread and tomatoes. Other knives, particularly the offset models, sliced unevenly and offered less control. Cook’s Illustrated (subscription required) labeled the Victorinox “highly recommended” and named the knife its best buy.”
Street Price: $420 MSRP: $450 Deal Price: $340
Update : This is temporarily unavailable, but can be ordered at this price.
This is a great deal on our top pick for bidet, and it just about matches the lowest we’ve seen before. We saw this bidet go on sale during Cyber Monday, and it has surprisingly stayed on sale. At an $80 drop from its street price of $420, it’s a great deal and one of our favorite picks.
The Toto Washlet C200 is our top pick in our guide to the best bidet toilet seat or washlet. Shanon Palus wrote, “Toto’s Washlet C200 offers all the features you could want on a bidet toilet seat—warm water, a heated seat, an oscillating water stream—without crowding in a ton of costly and confusing-to-navigate extras. Of all the seats we tested, the C200 has the most settings for water pressure and temperature, allowing you to customize the stream to your preferences. The C200 has the best control panel design, too; it features a simple layout and affixes to your bathroom wall, giving the place a subtle futuristic look. And when you sit down on the toilet, the C200 mists the toilet bowl with water, so a flush is less likely to leave anything behind.”
Street Price: $130 MSRP: $130 Deal Price: $96
Update : Clip the 25% off coupon, which drops the price down to $96 at the last step of checkout.
This deal is within a few dollars of the best price we’ve seen for the Withings scale, and about $30 under the street price. We’ve seen it at this price point a couple of times now, but it’s still a great price to pick up this bathroom scale.
The Withings Body Scale is our upgrade pick in our guide for the best bathroom scales. Melanie Pinola wrote, “”If you want advanced features such as weight tracking on your phone and body-fat measurements, both of which our weight-loss physician source highly recommends, get the Withings Body. The Withings Body is one of the most feature-rich smart scales available now (second only to the Withings Body Cardio), with a heart-rate monitor and body-fat measurement. The Withings Body actually tries to figure out your weight every time you get on it using its four sensors, and in our tests it was the only scale that consistently measured weight changes of just two-tenths of a pound. It’s easy to set up on both iOS and Android, and it automatically and seamlessly transfers your weight data to the scale’s mobile app (or other fitness apps) for easy weight tracking and weight-trends analysis.”
Street Price: $33 MSRP: $33 Deal Price: $18
Update : This is now down to $18.
This is a nice $10 drop in price on our top boning knife pick. We’ve seen the price on this boning knife rise and stay at $33 for most of the past year, and this is the only the second good sale we’ve seen since then. While we have seen it lower before, it’s within a few dollars of the lowest price we’ve seen for the past several years.
The Victorinox Flexible Boning Knife is our boning knife pick in our Thanksgiving guide. The SH staff wrote, “The Cook’s Illustrated pick, as well as the top-selling and top-rated Amazon pick, is the Victorinox 6-Inch Flexible Boning Knife with Fibrox Handle. To break down a turkey like a pro, we suggest using a flexible boning knife, which can help you maneuver around the tissue where the bones connect without mangling the meat. If you don’t want to get a dedicated knife, the tip of your chef’s knife can handle this small task, albeit with less finesse.”
Street Price: $590 each MSRP: $800 each Deal Price: $450 each
Update : This deal has dropped an additional $50 dollars on both the washer and the dryer, further sweetening the deal.
This is a solid deal on a washer and dryer that can each be purchased standalone but that match if a pair is needed. At $500 each before installation, this stackable pair are close to matching the lows we’ve seen on them. Delivery is free.
The Samsung WF42H5000AW Washer is our budget pick in our best washer and dryer guide. Of the washer, Liam McCabe writes, “If our main picks are unaffordable, check out the Samsung WF42H5000AW, usually the cheapest stackable, full-size washer available. It’s exceptionally efficient, with excellent cleaning performance and strong user reviews. It’s missing some of the high-temperature, high-speed options that our favorite front-loaders have, but otherwise will do a similar job.” McCabe moves on to write of the Samsung DV42H5000EW dryer, “The matching DV42H5000EW dryer is a no-nonsense machine that just works.”
Street Price: $225 MSRP: $250 Deal Price: $180
This is one of the lowest prices we’ve seen on this GPS running watch at $180. As it usually sits above $220 with deals dropping it into the $200 range, this is a good deal and matches the best price we’ve posted. Black, Yellow, and Purple colors are available at the $180 price. Shipping is free.
The Garmin Forerunner is our pick for the best GPS running watch. Jim McDannald writes, “…the Garmin Forerunner 230 is the best for both beginners and experienced runners. It carries on the accuracy, long battery life, and light profile of our previous Garmin pick (the Forerunner 220) but has a larger screen with more readable information, enabling quick-glance updates while running. The Forerunner 230 (FR 230) feels good enough to wear as a day-to-day, non-running timepiece, and it can track steps and other metrics if that’s what you choose to do. It is easy enough to use as a first GPS watch, but it contains deep features and optional apps that expand its powers. It tracks runs better than most watches at its price and can work with cycling sensors. It’s also waterproof down to 50 meters.”
Street Price: $20 MSRP: $30 Deal Price: $15
This deal matches the lowest price we’ve seen the Deneve portable steamer. While we saw it hit this price last month, it’s probably the lowest we’ll see this steamer go. This deal is available for both the pink and blue models.
The Deneve Portable Garment Steamer is our traveler’s pick in our guide on the best clothing steamers. Camille Perri wrote, “Most business travelers will probably find it easier to just use the in-room iron and ironing board, but if you’re looking for a steamer specifically for globetrotting, the Deneve Portable Garment Steamer is our pick in this crowded, junk-filled category. Although imperfect (it has small, narrow-set steam holes, for example), its good aspects—fast steam production, generous water capacity, leakproof design, and an on-off switch—still outweighed the bad.”
Street Price: $110 MSRP: $200 Deal Price: $100
Update 2 : This was down to $87 as a deal of the day, $95 briefly after that, and now, $100. Which matches the best price we’d seen prior to the Deal of the Day dropping the price.
The best price we’ve ever seen on this vacuum, $13 below our previous low. We’ve seen this drop to the $100 range twice in the past six months, though most of the time, those sales were over in a couple days. This $87 deal is an Amazon Deal of the Day, which means it’ll only be available at this price till the end of the day.
The Hoover Linx Cordless is our runner-up pick in our guide on the best cordless stick vacuum. Liam McCabe writes, “Unlike the 2-in-1, it doesn’t convert into a hand vac and doesn’t have a hose or any attachable tools—this is for floors only. But it cleans wood, tile, and short rugs just as well as the newer Hoover, the battery runs a couple minutes longer (about 16 minutes total), and it can be as much as $50 cheaper.”
CNET gave the vacuum four out of five stars in its review. They said, “The Hoover Linx isn’t fancy, but it will clean your floors better than most of the other stick models we tested. Combine that with its reasonable price and you have one of our favorite vacuums to date.”
Street Price: $350 MSRP: $400 Deal Price: $230
Update 7 : We posted this at $350, since then, it’s dropped to $330, then $300, $280, back up to $300, $290, and back to $280. Our 7th update is a big drop down to $230.
The first time we’ve seen a great deal on this watch, which almost never gets discounted. Both this model, and the model with the heartrate monitor are available for $50 off of MSRP, and this one is available in both colors.
The Garmin Forerunner 630 is our auto-syncing upgrade in our best GPS running watch guide. Jim McDannald said, “You get a touchscreen (useful in warmer climates or while wearing our favorite touchscreen gloves), more advanced running metrics, and one big convenience: automatic Wi-Fi uploading of your run data to Garmin Connect”
How automatic is it? Consider Jeff Dengate of Runner’s World’s example: “I went out for a run this morning, took a quick shower and it was already uploaded to Garmin Connect.” If you run every day or often forget to upload, that’s no small thing.