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Deals of Note: January 2, 2018


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Welcome to the new Deals of Note, which includes a new 4:00 p.m. publishing time to capture all the best deals of the day. You can also follow all our deal posts in the Deals section. Comments or concerns? We’d love to hear from you at [email protected]



Perfect Fitness Multi-Gym Doorway Pull Up Bar and Portable Gym System
Save 25%: It’s the start of a new year, which means the gyms are crowded. Pop this bar into any door frame and you have your own personal gym. Depending on where you place it along the door frame you can crank out push-ups, sit-ups, dips, and three kinds of pull-ups. New year, new you. — Meg Lappe


Breville 800JEXL Juice Fountain Elite 1000-Watt Juice Extractor
Save $75: Fresh squeezed orange juice is sure to brighten every morning. Simply peel and toss them into this 1000-watt juicer. Mix and match any fruit and veg-combo you want for a vitamin-packed breakfast or snack.— Meg Lappe


Worn & Wound Vintage Watch Strap
Save $29: A quality suede watch strap is a great addition to a vintage watch, though they generally command a pretty penny. Worn & Wound’s excellent Vintage Watch Strap is no different, though a modest price slash at Huckberry has just made it a bit more attainable. The strap features soft, durable suede from Chicago’s famed Horween tannery, as well as a classy taper, making it well worth its asking price. — Andrew Connor


Rains Weatherproof Bags
Save 15%: Most holiday deals are done and dusted, but if you look hard enough you can still find some. Huckberry is offering 15 percent off all Rains bags. The Danish brand makes waterproof bags (as well as rainwear) that come in a variety of styles: backpacks, weekenders and duffels. Each bag is minimalist yet utilitarian, perfect for either trips or commuting in to work.

This is a Huckberry exclusive. The deal runs through the rest of this week. — Tucker Bowe


Leesa King Size Foam Mattress
Save $246: Here’s an understatement: there are a lot of comes-in-a-box foam mattresses. Ever since Casper upended the mattress industry a la Warby Parker, internet bed companies have been sprouting up almost on a monthly basis. Included in the crowd is Leesa, whose foam mattress adapts to different body shapes and sleep styles (and it comes with that handy 100 day trial period). It’s the top-rated foam mattress by the reviewers at the Wirecutter, and it also gets this writer’s seal of approval — I’ve been sleeping on a Leesa for the past month.

Right now, on Amazon, those looking to upgrade their sleep experience can pick up a king size Leesa mattress for over $200 off, which makes it cheaper than buying the queen size. — Tanner Bowden


Rotring 800 Retractable Mechanical Pencil
Save 25%: As much as I’d like to mix metaphors and puns with phrases like “get the lead out” and “full metal jacket,” this pencil speaks for itself: a thoroughly over-built mechanical writing implement that will likely outlast whatever life-ending apocalypse finally destroys humankind. Our robot overlords will be drawing razor-sharp graphite lines and jotting notes well into the next epoch. Meantime, allow yourself a little new year splurge and enjoy showing off your new old-school tool.

The knurled grip, “brass mechanism for precision lead advancement” and “fixed lead guidance sleeve” are enough to warrant this pencil’s premium, but it’s the two-year limited warranty that really speaks to its quality. When’s the last time you sent in your pencil for service? Besides, we covered this guy’s legit little brother in our roundup of Best Mechanical Pencils a few years back. — Nick Caruso


Elevated Wardrobe Staples from Mr. Porter
Save up to 50%: Don’t wait long, because sizes are limited. — John Zientek

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