June 10-14, 2019
All the Deals You Might Have Missed This Week
Welcome to Deals of the Week, where Gear Patrol captures all the best deals that are still going strong. You can also follow all our deal posts in the Deals section. Comments or concerns? We’d love to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday, June 10
Citizen Promaster Nighthawk
Save 25%: The Citizen Promaster Nighthawk is a quartz-powered pilot’s watch that’s positively crammed with useful features. Featuring a 42mm steel case, lumed indices, a rotating slide-rule bezel and a second timezone display at the center of the dial, it’s even rated water-resistant to 200 meters and comes with a matching steel bracelet. Right now, you can nab the Nighthawk for just $142, a 25% savings off the list price of $190. — Oren Hartov
Common Projects Sneakers
Save 50%:Since its inception in 2004, New York-based footwear brand Common Projects has become something of a cult favorite. The brand makes luxe versions of classic sneaker silhouettes, using premium materials and Italian craftsmanship. While the brand isn’t as hard to come by as it once was, it’s rare to find substantial markdowns on any of its styles.
But, today is one of those rare occasions. If you head over to Need Supply Co., you can save 50 percent on a few different pairs of shoes and boots from Common Projects. The understated styles are available in a range of sizes and prices start at $212 — that’s almost unheard of for this brand. — John Zientek
Oakley Sunglasses Sale
Save 20%:If you don’t yet have the perfect pair of summer shades, today is a great day to change that. Head to Clever Training to shop a plethora of Oakley sunglasses, all 20 or more percent off.
You’ll have to shop around to find some of the styles that will work double duty for your run and your commute, but there are over 60 available. We’ve pulled together a few of our favorites below — all of which are work on the field, a boat and on a run.
— Meg Lappe
Save 44%: Sandals are made for summer, and thanks to recent reductions in the stigmatization of strappy, open-toe footwear, this particular summer seems to be the ideal season to dust off the pair at the back of your closet. Sandals aren’t just for camping and whitewater rafting anymore either — fashionistas might hate to admit it, but sandals are a common sight everywhere from Colorado to downtown Manhattan (wearing them with socks — gasp! — is also becoming a thing).
Maybe you missed this bandwagon the last time it came around, or your old pair is in need of a refresh. In either case, now is an excellent time because REI is selling Chaco sandals in a range of different styles for 25 percent off. Through June 10, you’ll receive in additional 25 percent off that price (the double discount brings it down to roughly 44 percent off in total). — Tanner Bowden
Oxo Coffee Grinder
Save 35%: Complete with stainless steel conical burrs and plenty of grind size customization settings, it’s an ideal, low-cost entry point into making better coffee at home. This is the lowest price we’ve seen it at. — Will Price
Belstaff Classic Tourist Trophy Jacket
Save up to 20%: It’s not easy to earn a reputation for rugged reliability in the world of motorcycle gear, but Belstaff has been at it for nearly 100 years. Covering the backs of some of the first motorcycle racers at the famed Brooklands track, the first runnings of the Isle of Man Tourist Trophy and even cloaking Che Guevara as he documented his memoir The Motorcycle Diaries, Belstaff has proven itself worthy in the roughest real-world conditions. Along with its respectable rise to prominence, Belstaff has also entrenched itself in the luxury performance apparel space in recent years, so price tags across the brand tend to be high. Today, however, the Classic Tourist Trophy Jacket, one of Belstaff’s most iconic designs is 20% off and just $1,260. — Bryan Campbell
Oral-B Electric Toothbrush
Save 45%: Most people don’t need every feature and function the Oral-B Genius Pro 8000 toothbrush provides. Thankfully, you do not need to use all of them for it to be a worthy buy.
Its six different cleaning modes are a few too many, and the smartphone pairing camera tracking is perhaps a step too far into smart-everything, but its real-time pressure aide and a plethora of affordable, replaceable brush heads are a major plus. It’s also got the American Dental Association’s Seal of Acceptance.
At nearly 50 percent off, its price has never been lower. — Will Price
Amazon Kindle E-Readers
Save Up to $100: For Father’s Day, Amazon is discounting all of its newest Kindles. The Kindle Oasis, the company’ largest and brightest e-reader, is $50 off. The Kindle Paperwhite, which is smaller and not as bright as the Oasis, is $30 off. (Both the Oasis and the Paperwhite are waterproof, meaning they’re ideal for taking to the beach or pool.) Finally, Amazon’s newest and most entry-level e-reader, the Kindle, is $20 off. If you’re in the market for an e-reader or shopping for somebody that you know is, right now is an excellent time to buy one.
Jabra Elite 65e Noise-Canceling InEar Headphones
Save 75%: The Jabra Elite 65e headset is arguably the best value proposition for anybody who wants in-ear headphones with active noise cancellation. Their nearest rival is the Bose QuietComfort 30, which costs $299, and that’s $99 more than the Jabra Elite 65e.
Tuesday, June 11
Pay What You Want at Everlane’s Spring Sale
Save up to 40%:Thanks to one of Everlane’s “Choose What You Pay“ sales, you can save up to 40 percent on a range of warm-weather essentials you’ll need as temperatures climb. The sale also includes a healthy selection of fall and winter necessities like fleeces, sweaters, parkas and jackets at reduced prices — perfect if you want to get ahead of the seasonal shopping curve. — Andy Frakes
Adidas x Missoni Ultra Boost Clima Sneakers
Save $50:If you’re looking for a wildly cool summer sneaker, head over to Need Supply Co. today. Currently, you can pick up a pair of Adidas x Missoni Ultra Boost Clima sneakers on sale. The style features a Climacool Primeknit upper with Missoni’s iconic space-dying pattern, a sock-like collar and a co-branded tongue tag. And for additional visual interest, it has a mismatched 3-Stripes medial cage.
Function doesn’t suffer and the style has a knit heel cup, Torsion System, Boost midsole and Continental rubber outsole. Available in sizes 7 to 12, the silhouette comes in three colors and is now $50 cheaper than list price. So if you’re in the market for a new sneaker, don’t sleep on this — sizes will sell quickly. — John Zientek
Backcounty’s Essential Outdoor Gear
Save 20%: Backcountry recently began making its own collection of outdoor gear starting with the essentials, all of which are 20 percent off right now. — Tanner Bowden
Save 25%:A good home gym doesn’t have to entail heavy and bulky — not to mention expensive — equipment. In fact, it can be portable, something that you can carry on an airplane and set up in a hotel room when on the road. The idea has been proven by TRX, a fitness company that began with a highly-portable suspension training system designed by a Navy SEAL. TRX’s collection of at-home fitness products has since expanded to include grippy medicine balls, foam mats, resistance bands and kettlebells.
For a limited time, you can purchase any of TRX’s training essentials from Huckberry and save up to 25% — it’ll be cheaper than a gym membership.
— Meg Lappe
Belstaff Classic Tourist Trophy Jacket
Save up to $700: Your motorcycle gear isn’t something to take for granted. What you wear when you ride can literally save your skin, so it’s worth investing a little extra money when and where you can, to ensure you’re protected as much as possible. However, where the motorcycle lifestyle can have a tantalizingly low cost of entry compared to a car, the necessary protective clothing like pants, jackets, and especially helmets, can quickly run up a steep tab making the cheaper, lesser options more attractive.
Now, it’s understandable not everyone has an unlimited budget to spend on the latest and greatest motorcycle gear, but today, over atRevzilla there’s an insane sale on top-of-the-line motorcycle helmets. Right now you can save up to $700 on select top-tier motorcycle helmets from brands like AGV, Bell and Schuberth. If you’ve always wanted the performance and protection from one of the best motorcycle helmets available today (hint: You should), now’s your chance to save a few hundred dollars and still upgrade your lid game. — Bryan Campbell
Wednesday, June 12
LG C7 55-Inch OLED 4K HDR TV
Save $500 When it comes to TV tech, it’s hard to beat OLED. Despite the high price, the rich colors and inky blacks are unmatched. LG’s 4K HDR OLED C7 Series made it on Gear Patrol’s Best 100 products of 2017, and now you can get it for under a grand at B&H Photo, which is a steal.
The C7 has been supplanted by the newer C8, but the older model’s picture is still stunning in comparison to an LED set. Also, the version on offer from B&H is technically the C7C, a commercial model that appears not support Google Assistant, as The Verge points out, but which comes with a three-year warranty as opposed to the one-year warranty that’s standard for consumer grade sets. The deal lasts until the end of June 12th.
Cuisinart Coffee Maker
Save 50%: Carrier of the Specialty Coffee Association’s (SCA) Certified Home Brewer Badge, Cuisinart’s Pureprecision drip brewer is among elite coffee-making company. but, while excellent, it’s typically a $200-plus buy. Not today.
On sale for 50 percent off on Macy’s site, $112 price tag is as cheap as we’ve seen a new model by a significant margin. Like all SCA-approved brewers, it cranks out pots of consistently extracted coffee at exacting temperatures for a very, very long time. For those interesting, the SCA makes the details of the grueling certification process available here and here.
It’s worth noting the Cuisinart brewer is listed as a “Last Call” item on the site, meaning there are no guarantees on how long the deal will last. — Will Price
Samsung 2018 NU7300 4K LED TV
Save 50%: Samsung’s 2018 NU7300 is a pretty high-end 4K smart LED TV. It has a slightly curved design and a Motion Rate 120, meaning it’s a good TV for HDR gaming, or watching fast-action sports or movies (you don’t need to worry about motion blur). A 65-inch model typically costs $1,400, but right now it’s on sale for half that at Walmart. Yes, that’s 50-percent off. If you’re looking for a steal on a good 65-inch 4K TV, particularly if you’re a gamer, this is a pretty fantastic one.
Rachio 3 Smart Sprinkler Controller
Save $30: Rachio is one of the biggest names in smart lawn care, and the Rachio 3 is the company’s latest-and-greatest smart sprinkler controller. It connects to your current sprinkler system and allows you to set watering schedules and turn on/off the system remotely. The smart thing about the Rachio 3 is that it’s connected to Wi-Fi and knows the weather; it can determine the moisture level of the soil and therefore make smart decisions on how much water your lawn (or certain flower patches) needs. For example, if you’ve set a watering schedule but it’s raining, the Rachio 3 will know that — no more sprinklers in the rain. The Rachio 3 is also compatible with Alexa, Google Assistant, Apple’s HomeKit? and Nest, so you should have no issue integrated it with your current smart home ecosystem.
Alpinestars Viper Air Textile Jacket
Save 20%: Just because the temperatures are rising and the thought of putting on another layer causes sweat to bead on your brow, doesn’t mean you should skimp on protection when you get on your motorcycle. You should always dress for the ride, but in the summer, it’s equally important to keep cool with the right gear.
The Alpinestars Viper Air Textile Jacket is constructed from reinforced 600 denier poly-fabric and has removable CE-certified Bio-Armor at the shoulders and elbows for protection and designed with massive mesh vents for maximum airflow, so it doesn’t feel like you’re riding around in a Turkish bathhouse. The Viper Air Textile Jacket is already an affordable summer motorcycle jacket, but right now, it’s 20 percent off at $160, making it an easy addition to your summer gear rotation. — Bryan Campbell
Target Outdoor Furniture
Save 25%: If you don’t need the cream of the crop furniture for your patio, but you do need places for your friends to sit when they come over, you should probably check out Target’s Patio Furniture Sale.
The site is offering 25 percent off a single item from its patio furniture set collection, patio tables and patio chairs. The lot includes picks from Target’s mid-century modern focused Project 62, the minimalist Threshold and other solid Target in-house brands. — Will Price
Patagonia Nine Trails Backpack
Save up to 50%: While some hiking backpacks cram as many functions into as few liters as possible, others opt for the opposite tack: achieve utility through minimalism. This was precisely what Patagonia strove for in its Nine Trails packs, which launched last spring, and the company (as usual) landed on its mark.
Instead of multiple compartments and various access points, the Nine Trails backpack has one spacious main compartment that’s accessed through a large U-shaped zipper. On the exterior are multiple stretchy sleeve-style pockets for storing items that need to be accessed routinely on the trail, like extra layers, water bottles and snacks. That’s essentially it, and the backpack is a success because of that simplicity (it’s one of our favorite daypacks for hiking). The bag isn’t without a couple of extras though — there are small zippered stash pockets inside, on the top and on the hipbelt, and a hydration sleeve with a port for the hose.
Compared to other hiking bags in Patagonia’s line, the Nine Trails is still new, but as long as you don’t mind last season’s colors — Classic Red and Sprouted Green — you can find the bag on sale for up to 50 percent off at Backcountry in both 20- and 36-liter capacities. — Tanner Bowden
Adidas Ultraboost Sale
Save 30%:The Adidas Ultraboost 19 is down from $180 to $126 at Jackrabbit today in four colors. We love the new Ultraboost 19 for long runs and to wear around while traveling. If you’re in the market for a shoe with plush cushion and a flexible and breathable upper, this shoe is for you. While there are limited sizes available, this is the first time we’ve seen the re-designed Ultraboost 19 on sale. Pick up a pair today at Jackrabbit.
— Meg Lappe
Premium Italian-Made Sunglasses
Save up to 60%:Mr Porter consistently deals out some of the best stuff money can buy, from handmade footwear to fine Italian knits to ultra-limited pieces from the world’s top designers. Today you can get some of the best sunglasses on the market for 60 percent less than their usual cost, putting them in the same price range as the old beater shades you’ve had knocking around in your glovebox. If you want to upgrade to a pair of shades from Moncler, Ermenegildo Zegna or Oliver Peoples, your number’s being called — check out our picks below, or shop all Mr Porter’s sale eyewear to find your perfect pair. — John Zientek
Orient Mako III Dive Watch
Save 60%: With the Mako III, you get the Orient F6922 automatic movement, 120-click unidirectional bezel, mineral crystal, 42mm stainless steel case waterproof to 200m, and a day and date function. If you’re looking to pick up a fantastic everyday watch for yourself or perhaps thinking ahead for Father’s Day gifts, this is definitely a great way to go. — Oren Hartov
Chelsea Boots from To Boot New York
Save Nearly 50%: To Boot New York’s footwear styles are all hand-cut, all crafted and sewn in Italy, all finished to an impressive level — they’re also priced accordingly. So a discount of nearly 50 percent on the do-it-all, go-anywhere Aldrich Chelsea boots is certainly worth a double-take. Currently, a massive sale at East Dane allows you to take an additional 25 percent off sale items with the code SCORE19 during checkout — that means these boots get knocked down from their regular price of $398 to a mere $209.
— Andy Frakes
Thursday, June 13
Momentum Steelix Field Watch
Save 30%: The Steelix features a 44.15mm stainless steel case, Japanese analog quartz movement, screw-down crown and anti-glare mineral crystal. It’s water-resistant to 200m and has a bright, legible dial with oversize Arabic numbers and a date wheel at 3 o’clock. Right now, you can grab the blue-dialed Steelix on matching Zulu-type strap for just $70, a 30% savings off list price.— Oren Hartov
Patagonia Snap-T Synchilla Fleece Sale
Save $50:The Patagonia Synchilla Snap-T fleece pullover is a staple in every man’s closet. Everyone from backpackers to dads, hikers to college students and even Coachella attendees to urbanites have made the style work for them. It’s made from a polyester fleece (constructed from recycled materials), which makes the outside feel as soft as the interior. Right now, grab one for up to $50 off. Did we also mention it’s a great Father’s Day gift?
— Meg Lappe
Onia Swim Trunks
Save 72%:If you’ve been daydreaming about warmer months, the latest Onia sale at Nordstrom Rack gives you something to act on. You can get a pair of the brand’s Calder swim trunks for 72 percent off. The mid-rise short is versatile enough to be worn both in and out of the water. It features a zip fly, a mesh brief lining, two front slash pocket and a back patch pocket. — John Zientek
Wardrobe Basics from Everlane
Save 40%:Thanks to one of Everlane’s “Choose What You Pay” sales, you can save up to 40 percent on a range of warm-weather essentials you’ll need as temperatures climb. The sale also includes a healthy selection of fall and winter necessities like fleeces, sweaters, parkas and jackets at reduced prices — perfect if you want to get ahead of the seasonal shopping curve. — John Zientek
All-Clad Stainless Steel Cookware
Save Up to 75%: All-Clad’s covetable cookware has been the option for high-end stainless steel since the brand literally invented bonded cookware in 1971. The only knock against them? That price tag.
Today, however, is a mammoth exception — the All-Clad factory seconds sale is live. The lot includes pieces from all the brand’s classic lines — D5, C4, non-stick and a few limited edition lines. loBut if you just want classic All-Clad, look under the section labeled “Stainless Cookware.” There you’ll find all the saute pans, fry pans, stock pots and sauciers you could ever want. At up to 75 percent off, these are the lowest prices you’ll find on unused All-Clad outside of visiting the company’s in-person seconds sale at the factory. Congratulations on your new pans. — Will Price
Herman Miller’s A Way of Living
Save $35: If there were ever a coffee table book you might actually read, Herman Miller’s new 600-page tome is it. Herman Miller: A Way of Living covers the company’s 114-year history in 10 chapters, a couple thousand illustrations and plenty of grainy archival photos. From selling princess dressers to Sears Roebuck to the introduction of the Eames Lounge to the making of the “Dot-Com Throne,” the book details the turning points in the Michigan furniture maker’s past, including hundreds of pages dedicated to its stable of mid-century modern masters.
Today on Amazon, the new book is on sale — $35 off its launch price. — Will Price
Iconic Ray-Ban Sunglasses
Save 25%: Ray-Ban has made some of the most iconic sunglasses of all time, from the Clubmaster to the Wayfarer to the modern gold standard for aviator shades. There are plenty of other optics brands in the same price range offering similar eyewear, but not many can lay claim to the same standard-bearing quality and design that Ray-Ban became known for. That’s why these original designs, many decades after they were first released, are as popular as ever.
And now for the good news: if you’ve been eyeballing a pair of eternally-cool Wayfarers, Clubmasters or aviators for yourself, a 25-percent-off sale at Nordstrom means you’ll save somewhere in the range of $50 on a pair of your own.
— Andy Frakes
KEF Q150 Bookshelf Speakers
Save $250: The KEF Q150 is one of our favorite passive bookshelf speakers. It’s the slightly smaller and slightly less powerful sibling to the KEF Q350, which we named in our roundup of best bookshelf speakers, and now you can get a great deal on a pair. For Father’s Day, KEF is slashing the price of the normally $550 bookshelf speakers to $300. This deal applies to the KEF Q150 in either black white finishes.
Friday, June 14
Get This Summery Seiko Chronograph Watch for 40% Off
Save 40%: This fun, colorful chronograph watch seems straight out of the 1970s and, with its matching NATO strap, is a perfect way to get into the summer spirit. It exists in Seiko’s retro-inspired Recraft Series and features solar-charged quartz movement — which means it’s highly accurate and hassle-free, never requiring a battery change. At 43.5mm wide in steel, it will wear boldly with short sleeves, and the Seiko name means quality, value, and the respect of the watch crowd. Best of all, it’s on sale now for $210 by using the promo code “DAD” at checkout, 40% off its full retail price of $350. — Zen Love
Huge Sale On Top-of-the-Line Motorcycle Helmets
Save up to 50%: Right now over at Revzilla, there’s an insane sale on top-of-the-line motorcycle helmets. You can save up to $700 on select top-tier motorcycle helmets from brands like AGV, Bell and Schuberth. If you’ve always wanted the performance and protection from one of the best motorcycle helmets available today (and really, why wouldn’t you want that?), now’s your chance to save a few hundred dollars and upgrade your lid game. — Bryan Campbell
Red Wing Heritage Moc Toe Boots
Save 36%: When you’re presented with the chance to save on Red Wing Heritage boots, you’d be foolish to pass it up. The brand’s boots are rarely on sale and when they are, sizes are often limited. But now at Nordstrom Rack, you can save up to 36 percent on a pair of classic Red Wing Heritage Moc-Toe boots available in sizes 7 to 11. This American-made style features Brown Boomer leather from the S.B. Foot Tanning Company in Minnesota and a non-marking outsole. What are you waiting for? — John Zientek
Patagonia Black Hole Duffel
Save 30%: If you’ve never heard of Patagonia’s Black Hole duffel bags, you’ve likely spotted one in an airport, foreign train station or strapped to the roof of an overlander. Patagonia built the weather-resistant and sturdy bags to last decades with a rugged TPU-laminated ripstop nylon. They also include removable backpack straps that make carrying one a breeze, even when it’s fully loaded.
The 60-liter version is arguably the most versatile size; it’s big enough to pack everything you’ll need for a weekend or a week, and it still fits into the overhead bins on planes. We’ve put this bag through its paces on all kinds of adventures, from a ski weekend in Vermont to a month-long trip to Ecuador. It’s one of the best rugged duffel bags available, and right now it’s also 30 percent off at Backcountry in nearly every volume.
And, if you need something even easier to carry than a backpack strap-equipped duffel, Patagonia thought to use its Black Hole construction to make a wheeled suitcase. It comes with a 70-liter capacity that you can pack to the brim without worrying whether you’ll be able to get all your gear from A to B. This bag is also 30 percent off. — Tanner Bowden
Mountain Hardwear StretchDown Hooded Jacket
Save $180: Sure, it’s hot out, and the last thing on your mind is a high-performance snow jacket. But as we’ve noted before, summer is a great time to score amazing deals on winter gear. Case in point: Mountain Hardwear’s StretchDown Hooded Jacket, currently on sale for $120, 60 percent off its $300 regular price. Boasting 750-fill RDS certified down, permanent water repellency and a motion-freeing stretch-knit fabric, it’s perfect for, well, six months from now. But the price? That’s perfect right this moment. — Tanner Bowden
Citizen Eco-Drive Chronograph
Save 50%: Citizen’s Eco-Drive watches feature quartz movements that are powered by light and don’t require battery changes — perfect for summer adventuring and travel. The AT0200-05E features a 3-register chronograph and date display built into a 40mm case with mineral crystal, luminous hands and 100m of water resistance. It also ships on a green canvas two-piece strap that lends a cool military look. Right now, you can take half off the $250 MSRP, for a price of just $125. — Oren Hartov
Fender Special Edition Standard Jaguar Guitar
Save $100: If you’re looking to add this unique guitar to your arsenal, head over to Guitar Center today — currently you can save $100 on a Fender Special Edition Standard Jaguar guitar. The instrument comes in a Surf Pearl finish (an homage to the Jaguar’s early days) and has an alder body, a 22-fret maple neck and a Pau Ferro fingerboard. Unlike some of the single-coil models produced a half-century ago, this guitar has two humbucking pickups and a modern C shape neck.
Normally $600, this guitar now costs $500 and includes free shipping. If that’s within your budget, act fast — this sale ends in two days. — John Zientek
This Rolling Duffel Bag Fits Everything You Need for Up to 3 Weeks
Save 20%:The Dakine Split Roller has become my new go-to gear bag and right now you can get it for 20 percent off at Backcountry. The bag holds up to three weeks of dirty laundry and smoothly rolls over the pot-holed roads and sidewalks of New York City. It’s surprisingly lightweight, even when packed to its 110-liter capacity. The bag’s clamshell design opens right down the middle with a hard side and a soft side, making it ideal for plane travel. If the bold purple print isn’t quite your style, there are seven other more muted options. Shop the sale today and use code TAKE20JUNE at checkout to get 20 percent off one item. Bonus: If you don’t need a new suitcase, there is a plethora of camping and climbing gear that’s also on sale. — Meg Lappe
Apple AirPods (Generation One)
Save $30: Since the new models are here, you’re going to see more frequent deals on the original AirPods. For example, you can buy them for $129 on eBay right now, which saves you $30. If you don’t want to pay the $159 premium for AirPods and don’t mind missing out on the bleeding edge features, this is a worthwhile discount.— Tucker Bowe
Big Savings on Classic American-Made Shoes and Boots
Save up to 75%: Today you can shop some of the brand’s most classic styles, from cap-toe Oxfords to boots and wingtips, for as little as 25 percent of their original costs. Yes, that means discounts up to 75 percent. Such is the wonder of the Allen Edmonds Warehouse Sale, where many shoes and boots are discounted an extra 20 percent on top of the already-reduced prices you’ll see on the website. If you need re-ups on your lace-ups, late-model loafers or brand-new boots, this is one sale event you really don’t want to miss. — Andy Frakes