February 19, 2019
Today’s Best Deals: Seiko Divers For Just $150, 30% Off Gear from The North Face & Much More
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Seiko 5 Dive Watches
The SRPC series of Seiko 5 models is based on a diver that features the Seiko 4R36 24-jewel automatic movement with 41 hours of power reserve, a 45mm x 13mm stainless steel case with Hardlex crystal, a day-date display, a rotating dive bezel, and 100m of water resistance. The watch is available in several different case and bezel colors as well as on different bracelets and straps with prices between $140 and $170, but each gives you that unmistakable Seiko 5 value in a fun, sporty package. — Oren Hartov
The North Face Sale
Save 30% With spring races just around the corner, the number of excuses for not running outside start to dwindle. As our staff prepares for the NYC Half Marathon (in less than four weeks), we have reached the point where we must train outside. With temperatures still below freezing, we need to layer up, which is why it’s ideal that some of our favorite equipment is now 30 percent off.
The North Face makes some of the most popular training pieces — everything from breathable vests to wind-proof gloves — each designed to streamline your running routine and get you outdoors faster. Today, you can save up to 30 percent off leggings, base layers, accessories and more. — Meg Lappe
Epson Home Cinema 5040UB 4K Projector
Save $300: The Epson Home Cinema 5040UB is one of the best-rated 4K projectors in this “affordable” price range. It’s received some glowing reviews from numerous projector publications. And now the Epson Home Cinema 5040UB is on sale. Normally $2,300, Amazon is selling it for a few hundred dollars off.
Jaybird X4 Wireless Earbuds
Save $30: Jaybird makes some of the most trusted sports headphones on the market. Case in point: the X4 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones, released in August as the update to the well-received X3s. Whereas the X3s were sweat-resistant, however, the X4s are IPX7-rated, meaning they’re fully waterproof and can survive a 30-minute spell in water. According to the company’s CEO, they’re perfect for running and more intense activities, “from trail runs and mountain bike rides to summit scrambles and deep powder days.” Though they normally retail for $130, you can currently score them for $100 on Amazon — good for their lowest price ever.