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Save 20%: Canadian tool watch brand Marathon offers some of the most genuinely no-nonsense military watches out there. Normally well-priced to begin with, Marathon is offering 20% off their watches site-wide for Valentines Day now through February 14th. Marathon watches are also typically decked out with bright, perpetually luminous tritium gas tubes that will shine in those dimly-lit situations. With a range of styles and prices, both mechanical and quartz, you can forgo the expected chocolate-and-flowers cliche for the tough guy or tough gal in your life. — Zen Love
Brooks Brothers Suits
Save 70%:Even if you don’t wear one every day, a great suit is worth the investment. And right now, a lot of sharp, classic versions from Brooks Brothers are deeply discounted. The brand’s clearance sale has some lightweight summer suits marked down by as much as 70 percent. These sale prices tend to hit the under-$1,000 sweet spot that most guys are willing to spend on tailoring, but what you’re getting is well worth it. Brooks Brothers’ cuts all of its suits from premium Italian fabrics and tailors them right here in the United States, giving you the best of both worlds. If you’re in the market for a new suit, now would be a good time to pick one up. — Justin Fenner
Bose SoundLink Micro Portable Speaker
Save $20: Out of all the new portable speakers that Bose makes, the SoundLink Micro is the smallest and cheapest. And it’s really rugged, too. It’s waterproof and drop-proof, so you don’t really have to worry about breaking it, and since it has a tear-resistant silicone strap, you can attach it to your belt loop, your bike’s handlebars or onto any bag — backpack, messenger bag, hiking pack or golf bag — and take it everywhere you go. It’s just convenient. And, obviously, because it’s made by Bose, the speaker sounds pretty good, too.
Mountain Hardwear Outdoor Gear Sale
Save Up To 35%: Whether you’re after a full-surround mummy bag or something a little more casual for your shoulder-season camping and backpacking jaunts — or if you just want to start thinking summer now — there’s an option on Mountain Hardwear’s site that’s discounted today. — Andy Frakes
Bodum French Press
Save 33%: Of the many ways to make coffee, the French press is undeniably the simplest. Unlike brewing pour-over or in a drip machine, the process is the same across the spectrum of French presses: measure beans, grind beans, dump grounds in carafe, pour hot water over beans, push lever down, wait. Because of this, it doesn’t make a whole lot of sense to invest in pricier presses (unless you understand you’re paying for aesthetic and not performance).
Instead, go cheap — Bodum’s one-liter plastic French press is not a looker, but it does its job just as well as brewers two, three and four times the price. The Bodum Brazil French Press is on sale for all of $10 today on Amazon. —Will Price
Glycine Combat 6 Automatic Watch
Save Over 75%: A solid Swiss automatic watch for under, say, $500 isn’t a bad find, but with great specs, myriad dial colors and two case sizes, the Glycine Combat 6 Classic Automatic watch is about as good as it gets for under $300 and an absolute steal considering the original MSRP of $1,250. Available in both 36mm and 43mm case sizes, a total of nine variants offer choices of dial color and straps or bracelets. — Zen Love
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