Home: Chef’s Choice stainless electric kettle $40 (20% off), Rubbermaid laundry baskets $11 (Reg. $15+), more

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Amazon has the Chef’s Choice brushed stainless steel cordless electric kettle (681) for $39.99 shipped. That’s 20% off the original $50 listing and the best price we can find due to added shipping costs from other retailers.

It features an illuminated on/off switch, a water level gauge in the handle, auto shut-off, and cordless pouring with the cord stored “in the base..(adjusts to desired length)”. This model comes with a one-year limited warranty and has received a 4.2/5 star rating from over 700 Amazon customers.

Rubbermaid Hip Hugger Laundry Basket-sale-01Amazon is offering Rubbermaid Hip Hugger Laundry Baskets in Standard White for $10.97 with free Prime shipping (free trial) or on orders of $35 or more. That’s nearly half the original price, about $5 + shipping under the average selling price and the best price we can find.

It is Made in the USA, has a curved design “for comfortable one-handed carrying” and three “sturdy grab-through” handles. It has received a 4+ star rating from over 100 customers much like the rest of the popular Rubbermaid home goods available on Amazon.

You can also save $10 off a $50 or more purchase of select Black & Decker items. Our pick is the Black & Decker Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill/Driver for only $44.88 (after the discount is applied at checkout).

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Get started with Tile Bluetooth iOS/Android item trackers for $20 Prime shipped (20% off)

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Tile came out competitively priced at $25 per tracker, but the price hasn’t really budged since its release. You could opt to buy a multi-pack to get a lower per tracker price, but that’s not helpful if you’re just looking to try it out.

Our first documented price drop on a single Tile tracker is your opportunity to get into the game: Amazon is currently charging just $19.99 for one, a drop of 20% from its regular price of $25.

Tile helps you keep track of the things that matter most to you. Attach it to your keys, TV remote, suitcase, iPad and then you’ll be able to keep tabs on the item within a 100 ft. radius. Tile also remembers the last known location of a lost item so you’ll have a helpful starting point in locating lost items outside Tile’s reach. The iOS/Android app supports up to 8 Tiles.
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Big USB battery/flashlight combos: Omaker 15,600mAh: $25, Power Vault 18000mAh: $30 shipped

Two nice USB Battery/Flashlights are on sale today.

One of our favorites, Omaker’s Premium Dull Polish Finish 15600mAh Portable Charger/Flashlight in Blue or Orange is $29.99 Prime shipped. Coupon code 22NUA55F drops it to $24.99 Prime shipped, the lowest price we’ve seen for this large battery and flashlight combo that gets impressive 4.7/5 star reviews from Amazon’s customers.

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Also a big favorite the Power Vault 18,000mAh monster is on sale at specials.9to5otys.com for $29.99 shipped. It still has a Flashlight and two high powered USB ports but is a flatter profile in a sleek lightweight aluminum case.

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As companies start capitalizing on the Apple Watch opportunity, leather bands hit Amazon for $10

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Apple is smart. By pitching the Apple Watch as a fashion accessory as much as (or possibly more) than an extension of personal technology, the company has put itself in a position to market and sell various (overpriced) accessory/replacement bands.

Everyone was prepared for the Apple Watch Edition to be priced sky-high, but I think everyone had some level of sticker shock when it was revealed that bands would be going for upwards of $450. This pricing scheme has left the door wide-open for third party accessory makers to cash in on the Apple Watch… Read more

1Password 5 for Mac is on sale for $35 (Reg. $50) – stop using weak passwords right now

1password-mac-ios-appYou don’t need me to tell you the internet is a nasty place — from phishing scams to passwords heists, it’s hard to feel safe on the web. While it’s impossible to be 100% safe, using a password manager is one proactive way to improve your online security. 1Password is our top choice.

Typically priced at $50, 1Password 5 for Mac has been temporarily discounted down to $34.99. This sale price is available now on the Mac App Store and directly through the AgileBits online store.

but you can get it for even less if you make your purchase directly from AgileBits (1Password developers). During checkout just enter coupon code MacPowerUsers to take your final price from $34.99 to just $27.99 (update 3/14 1:00pm: coupon code no longer stacks with current sale price, sorry for the confusion)The Windows version of the app is also on sale for $34.99.

Get the most out of this software by using it in conjunction with the Touch ID enabled 1Password 5 iOS app.

Another option is to get 1Password 5 as part of this discounted Parallels 10 Mac app bundle.
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9to5Toys’ Lunch Break and Last Call newsletters bring every day’s best deals to your inbox

Redesigned for easier reading and smaller download sizes, the 9to5Toys Lunch Break and 9to5 Last Call newsletters are great ways to get a roundup of every day’s top deals and gear in your inbox!

We typically post a dozen or more deals every day, so it can be hard to keep up with all of the great bargains and products we cover. Our Lunch Break newsletter arrives every day at around noon Eastern Time, with the Last Call newsletter arriving at around 6PM Eastern Time. It’s a perfect way to quickly see what’s going on in the Apple world, even if you’re reading offline.

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Small States Review: Carved’s Live Edge iPhone 6 cases ensconce your device in one-of-a-kind raw wood, multiple giveaways

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Update (3/21 12:00pm): @RVDT_ and @chrislazattack are our winners. Thanks everyone for reading!

In a world full of throw away materials, it’s easy to get caught up buying another plastic iPhone case. But Northern Indiana’s Carved is taking extra steps to deliver a one-of-a-kind home for your device. While we’ve covered the company’s more traditional iPhone cases in the past, today we are taking a look at its Live Edge series. Made of raw pieces of wood, from a variety of locations across the United States, these cases truly blend the line between device and nature. Even more, the cases are all one-offs which means that the one you select is truly an original.

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The Atlas Wristband can discern between different fitness activities

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It’s a crowded world for those in the wearable and fitness tracking industry. Now with Apple breathing down the neck of the competition, it is key for these companies to find a way to stand out. Up and comer Atlas is beginning to detail its new Wristband, which offers a number of interesting features. This uniquely designed fitness tracker has one standout feature, the ability to recognize and track different workout activities using a proprietary algorithm. Not just, swimming versus running, but butterfly versus backstroke. Or push-ups versus triangle push-ups.

The design is fairly unique too, think Pebble Watch meets Nike Fuelband.

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Kitchen Tech: AeroPress lets you make fancy coffee and espresso at budget prices

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“Great coffee” is a moving target. Thanks mostly to Starbucks, the typical coffee drinker today laughs off Sanka and other instant coffees that were considered great three decades ago. But at the same time, “third-wave” and “fourth-wave” coffee shops consider Starbucks to be a purveyor of mediocre coffee, and serious coffee drinkers agree. Independent coffee shops have continued to push coffee quality and variety forward, dragging donut shops, Starbucks, and home coffee makers to make better-tasting beverages in the process.

My Kitchen Tech column has previously explored the highest end of fancy at-home coffee with Chemex’s $250 Ottomatic pour-over coffee machine, and yesterday we covered KitchenAid’s announcement of a $250 deluxe coffee siphon brewer. But most people don’t want to spend that much money just to pour hot water on coffee grounds. So this week’s column takes a quick look at an option that’s around 90% less expensive, extremely popular, and capable of achieving excellent results: the $26 AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker. With an average Amazon user rating of 4.6/5 stars after nearly 3,700 Amazon reviews, the AeroPress requires a little more manual involvement, but pumps out great-tasting individual cups of coffee. Read on…

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Moleskine announces new backpack and messenger style bags for travelers, artists, more

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We’re all familiar with Moleskine’s line of very popular notebooks, but the Italian company is making a foray into the bag and storage scene. Moleskine has announced a number of messenger and backpack style bags designed for both technology and analog tools or supplies.

After the break we have more information on all five models, plus details on availability and pricing.

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