July 8 - 12, 2019

All the Deals You Might Have Missed This Week


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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 deals@gearpatrol.com.

Monday, July 8

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Ray-Ban Wayfarer Sunglasses
Save 55%: In the world of sunglasses, it doesn’t get much more iconic than a pair of Ray-Ban Wayfarers. First released in 1956, the design has hardly changed in over half a century. If you’ve been wanting the style, but the list price is more than you want to spend, Nordstrom Rack has you covered; you can get a pair of $178 Wayfarers in either black or Havana for just $80. What’s more, these Italian-made shades also come with polarized lenses to protect your eyes all summer long — hard to beat that. — John Zientek

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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


Target Outdoor Furniture
Save Up to 25%: Target is home to a shocking number of decent-looking, wallet-sensitive homewares. From Made By Design’s minimalist aesthetic to Target-does-mid-century-modern to the best cheap bedsheets you can buy, the mega-retailer plays designer pretty well. Its in-house lines of outdoor furniture and patio items are no different, and they’re all marked down up to 25 percent today.

The sale includes a whopping 6,500-plus products, including weatherproof furniture, water-resistant rugs, outdoor lighting, firepits and more. Hot tip: check availability for in-store pickup to bypass the significant shipping fees tagged onto larger orders. — Will Price


Weber Rapidfire Charcoal Starter
Save 24%: The biggest pain point in charcoal grilling happens before the food is out of the fridge. Properly lighting charcoal has always been a contentious, frustrating and tedious subject. The cover-it-in-lighter-fluid approach can be fast, but imparts chemical flavors onto food, and you can only burn so many napkins before giving up.

The fastest way to light coals naturally is a charcoal chimney, and Weber’s already-affordable option is on sale today. Place the chimney on the grates of your grill, fill it with charcoal and light a wad of newspaper underneath. Once your coals start to turn gray (usually about 20 minutes), dump them in the base of the grill and you’re ready to cook. The Weber chimney is a little more than 25 percent off today on Amazon. — Will Price

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Evergoods CTB 40 Travel Backpack
Save $74: Rollaboard luggage has recently met its successor as carry-on king in the travel backpack. We’re don’t mean hiking backpacks or duffels with backpack straps; we’re talking about a new breed of bags that are a hybrid of the lot. Typically, they open on a hinge like a hardshell suitcase, are as spacious as duffels and, like backpacks, use a supportive shoulder strap system (that usually tucks away when unneeded) and have lots of internal organization. One of our favorites of this new class of bags is Evergoods’s CTB40, which is $74 off today. — Tanner Bowden


Science in Sport Beta Fuel Sale
Save 35%: The 21-day Tour de France began on July 6th and riders will tackle the flat, hilly and mountain stages almost daily until July 28th. Along the way, they’ll eat 5000 or more calories to refuel and stay energized. Team Ineos (previously known as Team Sky) guzzles much-needed carbohydrates, specifically, Science in Sport Beta Fuel. Right now, you can save 35 percent on a box of 15 at The Feed.

The revolutionary Beta Fuel combines Maltodextrin and Fructose, two easy to digest carbohydrates that your body can use to restock glycogen stores (what you need to power through a tough ride) and give you a quick hit of energy to keep riding. Plus, you mix Beta Fuel with water, so you’re hydrating and getting ‘food’ at the same time. Shop the sports drink on The Feed today, then hit the roads for your own Tour de France-inspired ride. — Meg Lappe


Breville Bambino Plus Espresso Machine
Save $40: Breville rules the home espresso world with a quality-focused, user-friendly fist. Available in late 2018, the Bambino Plus is one of the newest and most affordable machines in the company’s espresso machine portfolio. It’s simple to use, compact and comes with Breville’s standard (and exceptional) milk frothing wand, PID temperature control and event, consistent shots. It’s one of very few legitimately good espresso makers at the $500 price point. Today on Amazon, it’s a modest $40 off its usual $500 asking price. — Will Price

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D’Angelico Deluxe Bob Weir Bedford Electric Guitar
Save $200: In late May, New York guitar brand D’Angelico released the first signature model in its solid-body collection for Grateful Dead frontman Bob Weir. The instrument is unconventional and wild — the guitar brand is known for semi-hollowbody jazz guitars — and includes an unconventional set of pickups.
Normally $1,999, you can save $200 on this guitar today at Guitar Center with the code 10off. If you’re looking for a unique guitar to add nuanced tones to your playing, this is certainly worth checking out. — John Zientek

Tuesday, July 9


There Are Insane Deals on Top-of the-Line Motorcycle Helmets Right Now
Save Up to 50%: The gear you wear when you ride can literally save your skin, so it’s worth investing a little extra to make sure you’re protected as well as possible. 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. –Bryan Campbell

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Seiko Prospex Special Edition Diver
Save 36%: Macy’s is running deals on several great Seiko watches right now, including this badass looking black and blue Prospex special edition with a 44mm steel case and automatic movement. It’s also got a screw-down crown, unidirectional dive bezel, 200m of water resistance and a blue silicone dive strap, all for just $335 in celebration of July 4th. (Use code “JULY” at checkout to realize the full discount.) — Oren Hartov

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The 2019 MacBook Pro
Save $100: The 13-inch MacBook Pro has been updated more considerably. First of all, it’s now impossible to buy a new 13-inch MacBook Pro with a row of function keys — everyone will now have a Touch Bar. Apple has given these MacBook Pros newer, better and faster Intel processors, as well as Touch ID so you can unlock them with just your finger. Just like the new MacBook Airs, these new 13-inch MacBook Pros will have newer updated keyboards. The price of the new MacBook Pro has been dropped by $100, too; they start at $1,299 (or $1,099 if you’re a college student) instead of the previous $1,399. — Tucker Bowe

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Engineered Garments x Uniqlo Polo Shirts
Save 33%: Uniqlo’s latest collaboration is with another Japanese brand that workwear aficionados might already be familiar with: Engineered Garments. The range currently consists of slouchy, oversized polo shirts that feature unconventional patterns and construction; some are made with patched panels, and several feature screen-printed patterns. And for those looking to play it safe(r) there’s a plain, standard polo — still distinctly belonging in this collection — available in three neutral colors. Coming from someone who’s tried them on, you’d be safe going down a full size if you want the great fabrics and construction with a slightly more conventional fit.

Engineered Garments items don’t typically come at a low price; a mesh polo from the brand currently retails for $236, and its outerwear can easily exceed the $400 mark. But because Uniqlo is Uniqlo, you can stock up for summer with these of-the-moment polo shirts for just $20. — John Zientek

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Iconic Vans Sneakers
Save up to 48%: If you’re in need of some new sneakers for the warm-weather months, head over to Todd Snyder today. Right now, you can save up to 48 percent on a bunch of iconic styles from Vans. Choose from slip-on and lace-up styles in a range of colors — prices start at just $29. — John Zientek


Wüsthof Chef’s Knife
Save 46%: There are three types of chef’s knives.

First, there’s the value knife, typically made of hardwearing, easy-to-dull stainless steel, that goes for $30 to $45 (think Victorinox’s Fibrox knife). The second comes in just under $100; the steel here keeps an edge longer, but it isn’t forged and, thus, it’s susceptible to chipping. But you’ll typically have to spend upward of $150 for a forged chef’s knife, something like Wüsthof’s Classic 8-Inch Chef’s Knife — a wide bevel knife designed in a classically German style.

The Wüsthof Classic is made of a stainless steel composite containing more carbon than is normal for a stainless blade, granting it some of the attributes associated with carbon steel knives (like markedly easier sharpening).

Today on Ebay, you can get it for 46 percent off. That’s more than $60 cheaper than its listed price on Amazon. — Will Price

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Kammok Bobcat Trail Quilt
Save 20%: The Bobcat looks like a sleeping bag that’s been given the blanket treatment — it’s rectangular with down-filled diamond baffles — but it hides an array of smart features that give it the extra functionality it needs to become a reliable piece of camping gear. For one, Kammok used top-notch Atmos 20D ripstop nylon and responsibly-sourced, water repellent down. It also has cinch cords at either end and snaps running down its sides so that it can effectively close up like a sleeping bag if that’s the way you want to use it. It also comes with straps that link it to your sleeping pad so it won’t fall off in the middle of the night and a conversion kit that turns it into an underquilt for sleeping in a hammock. These attributes make the Bobcat ideal for backpacking and camping, but even if you have no use for them the quilt is still a warm and light solution for the home or the camper.

The Bobcat is rated for comfortable use down to 45 degrees Fahrenheit, weighs 19 ounces and packs down to the size of a football. Kammok initially launched the quilt on Kickstarter, where it earned over $265,000 (of a $50,000 goal). Right now, you can pick up the trail quilt at Huckberry for 20 percent off. — Tanner Bowden


Free Fly Hydro Short Sale
Save 30%: If you pack a pair of Free Fly’s Hydro shorts in your weekender, it’s all you’ll need for beach and lake vacations. Surf, swim and cannonball without tugging at the waistband of these flexible shorts. Thanks to the UPF 50+ rating, these work wonders for any lazy river excursions. When you’re ready to hang up your shorts, you’ll be thankful for the quick-drying bamboo fabric. Skip the washer and don’t bother worrying about any smell issues — the bamboo charcoal is naturally antibacterial and odor-resistant. Pick up a pair today for $20 off in a couple of colors. — Meg Lappe

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The 2019 MacBook Air
Save $100: The new MacBook Air now has True Tone display technology, which allows it to automatically brighten or dim depending on the ambient light in the room; this is designed to help colors look more natural, but it’s also a feature that can be turned off, of course. The price of the new MacBook Air has been dropped by $100, too, meaning it now starts at just $1,099 (or $999 if you’re a college student). It should also be noted that the new MacBook Air will have redesigned keyboards, which Apple introduced this past May. — Tucker Bowe

Wednesday, July 10

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BKLYN CBD
Save 20%: BKLYN CBD will help improve your overall well-being, from anxiety and stress to inflammation and problems sleeping. To help get you in the CBD swing of things, BKLYN CBD is offering its Good Vibes Pack for 20% off with the code gearpatrol. The Good Vibes Pack come with a 30 ml vial of the Finesse Time Drops of full spectrum CBD oil for the fullest effect, made from all natural US grown hemp. The pack also comes with blueberry gummies, handmade in small batches from all natural products with no added sugar or coloring. If you’re thinking of dipping your toe into CBD, BKLYN CBD’s Good Vibes Pack is a great place to start for an all-chill, no-high experience. — Gear Patrol

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Bulova Computron Special Edition
Save 36%: At this year’s Baselworld, Bulova released a re-edition of the Computron, a unique LED watch with an angled display that allowed for ease of reading while driving. One of the three variants is this steel-cased version with blue LED. Featuring a day-date display and well as dual time zones and water-resistant to 30m, this re-issue with its matching bracelet brings back an awesome, futuristic look from the 1970s, reimagined in a unique colorway. Right now you can take roughly 36% off and grab one for just $223 (use code “July” to realize the full discount). — Oren Hartov


Refurbished Dyson Vacuums
Save Up to 80%: No matter what, the latest Dyson will always be the best Dyson. Generation to generation, the brand consistently iterates and improves on its product for the next release. That said, the latest Dyson typically costs well over $500 (at present, the current release is $700). That’s where deals like this Ebay Dyson event come in.

The sale adds an additional 20 percent discount to a pile of past-gen, manufacturer refurbs already marked down more than 60 percent off (use code JOY4DYSON at checkout). Choice picks include the cordless V6 and Cinetic Big Ball (both released just four years ago) vacuums, which are both more than 80 percent off full retail with the sale code applied. If you’re wary of used products, Dyson says machines sold through its refurbishment program have been tested to meet “like-new performance standards” and that products may arrive with scratches or other imperfections that don’t impact performance. — Will Price

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Klipsch Speakers
Save Up to 50% Off: Klipsch is currently having its huge annual “Christmas in July” sale and you can find many of the company’s best products — including bookshelf speakers, Bluetooth speakers, outdoor speakers and a trove of home theater systems — at deeply discounted rates. A lot of these discounted speakers are up to 50-percent off. Check out all the deals on the company’s website by clicking the link below. — Tucker Bowe

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3 of Our Favorite New Backpacks Are on Sale
Save up to $70: Nearly every activity calls for you to bring extra stuff and to do that, you’ll need a bag. Three of the year’s best are discounted right now. — Tanner Bowden


Keen Summer Hiking Sandal Sale
Save 45%: Keen makes some of the best breathable and functional hiking sandals and boots and today, they’re all up to 45 percent off. While sandals tend to look like something your dad would wear, we love them for rafting, boating, and yes, hiking. Thanks to sturdy rubber soles and arch-cushioning footbeds, you can wear these on the mountain, relax around the campfire and even bike in them. A few of our top picks? The Evofit One, Arroyo III and the Clearwater CNX. Shop a variety of styles and colors on Keen.com today. — Meg Lappe

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Hard-to-Find Red Wing Boots
Save up to 46%: For over 110 years, Red Wing’s boots have embodied American-made quality. Crafted in Minnesota, the footwear styles are Goodyear welted and feature leather from a local tannery — the S.B. Foot Tanning Company — also owned by the company. Now at Nordstrom Rack, you can save up to 46 percent on classic silhouettes from the Red Wing Heritage, including the Chelsea Rancher, the Moc Boot and the Lineman boot. Act fast, because with deals this good, these boots won’t be around long. — John Zientek

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G&L Limited Edition Tribute ASAT Classic Bluesboy Guitar
Save 33%: Today at Guitar Center, you can pick up a G&L Limited Edition Tribute ASAT Classic Bluesboy guitar for 33 percent off. This factory-modded guitar features the iconic body shape that put Fender on the map paired with a 22-fret maple neck. The bridge is unique and includes 6 individual brass saddles for accurate intonation and added sustain.

Now at Guitar Center, this $450 guitar costs just $300. It’s practically a steal, so act fast — the deal is gone tomorrow. — John Zientek


Shop This Massive Summer Sale on Motorcycle Gear
Save Up to 55%: The weather is warm, and grills are lighting up backyards and parks everywhere. Summer is here, and with it the temptation to hop on our bikes with minimal gear. As much as the summer season makes it easy to forget our riding gear, the Revzilla Summer Sale is doing a great job of reminding us to equip ourselves properly. To help you keep yourself safe, stylish, and heavy in the pockets this summer, we’ve picked out a few of our favorite items currently on sale at Revzilla as part of their summer spectacular. The bike gear site is offering jackets, helmets, apparel, luggage and much more at price cuts up to 55%. –Peter Corn

Thursday, July 11


Breville Barista Express
Save $120: Among Breville’s line of espresso makers, the Barista Express stands out — it features all the additive performance features of its higher-priced siblings, but it’s the only all-in-one maker that’s not $1,000 or more. It’s got a built-in grinder and dose control, plus it’s operable in automatic and manual modes. The machine also employs an impressive milk wand and comes with all the ancillary parts needed to make it all go (tamper, milk jug, razor trim and so on). — Will Price

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Jabra Elite 65e Noise-Canceling Headset
Save $170: 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.

If you’re looking for a really sweet deal on in-ear noise-canceling headphones, you can buy a refurbished pair of Jabra Elite 65e on eBay for just $30. That’s a pretty steep discount. If you’re looking for a new pair, Amazon is discounting the Jabra Elite 65e for $159 right now. — Tucker Bowe

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Everything You Need for Awesome Summer Camping Is on Sale Now
Save up to 40%: Camping season is at its peak, and you can save up to 40 percent on any new gear you may need for the rest of summer. — Tanner Bowden

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Ray-Ban Polarized Aviators
Save 25%: Since 1936, aviator sunglasses have protected the eyes of pilots across the world. The original Bausch and Lomb model was branded ‘Ray-Ban’ upon release to the public, and over the later half of the 20th century, it became a staple style for civilians. The design hasn’t changed that much and features convex tear-drop lenses and thin metal frames.

Now at Zappos, you can save 25 percent on a pair of classic Ray-Ban polarized aviators. According to California eyewear designer Dave Barton, these are worth the money. “One of the best values out there is a glass polarized Ray-Ban aviator,” he told us. “That’s a great quality lens and they’ve been doing it for years.” So act fast — these shades are now just $153. — John Zientek


One of the Quietest Motorcycle Helmets On the Market Is On Sale Today
Save 53%: Riding a motorcycle is a delight for the senses, but it can grow a little weary on the ears after a while. Between the roar of the wind rushing past and the drone of the engine, it doesn’t take long for the sounds of a ride to push into the irritation zone — or even start to cause causing hearing damage.
Of course, a good helmet can help offset those potentially-deafening noises. And right now, one of the quietest helmets on the market today—the Schuberth C4 Spark Helmet—is on sale for a massive 53 percent off at RevZilla. If you’ve been thinking about grabbing a new lid now that riding season has picked back up and you’re a fan of this German helmet’s style, there’s no reason to wait. — Will Sabel Courtney

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Persol Sunglasses
Save 68%: If you’ve been waiting to invest in an iconic pair of Persol sunglasses, Nordstrom Rack has a deal for you. Right now, you can save 68 percent on three different Italian-made Persols: the Aviator, the Round and the Gio models. Normally $310, these shades are now just $100 while supplies last. — John Zientek


Black Diamond Jetforce Tour Backpack Sale
Save $350: Backcountry skiers and boarders know they need to take extra safety precautions when heading out for a day on the mountain, and a backpack with an airbag is just the thing to use. The Black Diamond Jetforce Tour 26-liters features a lightweight electrical airbag that won’t act up in frigid temperatures, which is the last thing you want to happen when you’re in an emergency. The pack charges with a USB, so you won’t depend on batteries, but you can pack two AA ones as a backup.

The 26-liter pack will fit everything you need to be out all day long — from food to a neck warmer to more layers, plus a first aid kit and water. Easily access your shovel and probe, both stored in a separate pocket. If you have any mountain sports plans, this is the pack to pick up right now. — Meg Lappe

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Fender Custom Shop NAMM Custom Built ’63 Journeyman Relic Jazzmaster Guitar
Save $186: Legendary guitar maker Fender is best known for its Stratocaster and Telecaster guitars, but the brand produces a number of other iconic models worth playing. One of these hidden gems is the Jazzmaster, a guitar with an offset body that initially debuted in 1958 and was later discontinued in 1980.

The guitar was re-released in ’84 from Fender’s Japanese factory (a ’62 reissue model) and then in ’99 as part of the American Vintage Series. Now, various iterations of the style are accessible across Fender’s range of guitars from affordable Squire instruments to collector-level Custom Shop guitars.

Currently, this Jazzmaster is reduced by almost $200 because it has an open box. Any discount on a mint-condition Custom Shop guitar is welcome, and it’s hard to argue with savings like this on such a detail-oriented axe. — John Zientek

Friday, July 12

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Ray-Ban Wayfarer Sunglasses
Save 55%: In the world of sunglasses, it doesn’t get much more iconic than a pair of Ray-Ban Wayfarers. First released in 1956, the design has hardly changed in over half a century. If you’ve been wanting the style, but the list price is more than you want to spend, Nordstrom Rack has you covered; you can get a pair of $178 Wayfarers in either black or Havana for just $80. What’s more, these Italian-made shades also come with polarized lenses to protect your eyes all summer long — hard to beat that. — John Zientek

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CRKT Swindle Pocket Knife
Save 34%: Deception lies at the core of CRKT’s aptly-named Swindle pocket knife. Closed, the Swindle appears to be a fairly-typical folder with a thumb stud opening. But the stud isn’t mounted to the knife’s spine; in fact, it isn’t part of the blade at all. The actual knife blade betrays conventional designs, deploying with a flipper tap from the other side to produce what CRKT describes as an “uphill curve.” The decoy stud isn’t just that either — that bit of protruding steel is an equally-unique, spring-assisted pocket clip that leaves the Swindle’s handle smooth.

Designed by revered knife maker Ken Onion, the Swindle won the award for “Most Innovative Imported Design” at the 2013 Blade Show and has continued in CRKT’s production line since. The blade is just over three inches and comes in two versions — one made of high-carbon steel, and a premium version with Sandvik stainless steel and a milled handle. The basic version is currently on sale at Amazon for 34 percent off. — Tanner Bowden

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Levi’s Jeans, Jackets, Tees and More
Save an Extra 40%: Right now, Levi’s is offering a pretty big deal: special sale items are an extra 40 percent off. When I saw the news, I thought it’d be a dozen dismal leftovers, but hundreds of jeans, shirts, jackets and other great wardrobe staples are all up for grabs. Click through and use code EXTRA40 at checkout, then tell a friend. — Nick Caruso


Keen Summer Hiking Sandal Sale
Save 45%: Keen makes some of the best breathable and functional hiking sandals and boots and today, they’re all up to 45 percent off. While sandals tend to look like something your dad would wear, we love them for rafting, boating, and yes, hiking. Thanks to sturdy rubber soles and arch-cushioning footbeds, you can wear these on the mountain, relax around the campfire and even bike in them. A few of our top picks? The Evofit One, Arroyo III and the Clearwater CNX. Shop a variety of styles and colors on Keen.com today. — Meg Lappe

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ELAC Debut 2.0 B6.2 Bookshelf Speakers
Save $70: If you’re in the market for some affordable passive bookshelf speakers, check out the ELAC Debut 2.0 B6.2 — we named them as one of the “best bookshelf speakers under $300” in our recent bookshelf speaker buying guide. Designed by famed loudspeaker designer Andrew Jones, who is known for his award-winning work at KEF, Pioneer and TAD, the Debut 2.0 B6.2s are solid speakers that are able to produce a strong, clear sound. They have a 6.5-inch Aramid fiber woofer and a 1-inch cloth dome tweeter, and because the bass port is on the front of the speaker, they can be placed against a wall and still sound great. — Tucker Bowe

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D’Angelico Premier Madison Acoustic Guitar
Save 44%: Founded in 1932, New York guitar maker D’Angelico made a name for itself producing some of the best archtop guitars in the world. John D’Angelico opened up a guitar shop in New York City’s Little Italy neighborhood where he built and sold handmade jazz guitars with designs informed by his experience as an apprentice to a violin builder. In 1952, he hired James D’Aquisto –another revered name in the jazz guitar community — as an apprentice and worked with him for 12 years, until D’Anglico’s sudden death in 1964. Since then, the company has gone through many changes, but its instruments still reflect the designs of the founder.

Today at Guitar Center, you can save 44 percent on a great affordable acoustic guitar from D’Angelico. The Premier Madison jumbo acoustic guitar has a solid Sitka spruce top, a laminated mahogany body, a slim C-shape mahogany neck and a bone saddle and nut. This guitar is designed for playability and features a single cutaway and side-mounted preamp with a 3-band EQ.

With the discount, this guitar is now just $280 — a ridiculously good price for a guitar with these features. If you’re a beginner looking for a great acoustic or a regular player looking for a performance-ready jumbo, this is worth checking out. Act fast though, because this is a one-day sale. — John Zientek

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Optoma UHL55 Portable 4K Projector
Save $500: The Optoma UHL55 is a portable 4K projector that was released in the fall of 2018. It’s capable of projecting a 150-inch image and it normally costs $1,500, but Amazon just lowered the price by quite a lot — for the first time, you can purchase the Optoma UHL55 for under $1,000. — Tucker Bowe

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Elusive Red Wing Boots
Save 44%: For over 110 years, Red Wing’s boots have embodied American-made quality. Crafted in Minnesota, the footwear styles are Goodyear welted and feature leather from a local tannery — the S.B. Foot Tanning Company — also owned by the company. Now at Nordstrom Rack, you can save up to 44 percent on classic silhouettes from the Red Wing Heritage, including the Merchant boot, the Engineer boot and the Lineman boot. Act fast, because with deals this good, these boots won’t be around long. — John Zientek

Amazon Prime Day 2019: Your Guide to the Best Deals

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