The 5 Best Deals on Amazon Today

Run, don't walk, to these discounts on some choice gear.

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It can be a chore, trawling through Amazon for the best version of a given thing. It’s hard to know: is this the cheapest place to buy [FUN ITEM]? Do brand names matter that much now that any good product will win out in the court of star-ratings public opinions? Do I NEED a $200 blade-less fan and air ionizer? I might be projecting on that last one. They look so cool.

Anyway, we did the dirty work for you. Here are the best deals on Amazon to cop today. They’ll run out at a certain point, so if you see something you like, please do shoot your shot.

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Echo 2

Amazon Echo 2 - $15 off

Amazon's flagship smart home speaker, and by far the nation's favorite, can currently be yours for a 15% saving. Usually $99.99, this is a good deal on a rarely-discounted gadget. Amazon, $84.99

Sarsl camera

Sasrl Action Camera - 57% Off

The Sasrl action camera doesn't have the heavyweight name-recognition of GoPro, but does maintain a 5-star rating via customer reviews, and is currently more than $40 off its usual price. Amazon, 29.95

Etekcity remote

Etekcity Wireless Remote Control Plug Electrical Outlet Switch - 41% Off

Control your household appliances with the touch of a button. But no! Not the button that's actually on the appliance. We're living in the world of tomorrow. Amazon, $16.98

cowin headphones

COWIN E7 Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones - 24% Off

With a 4.1 star rating from over 7,000 customer reviews, the Cowin headphones are a seriously good investment, and for just a few hours, nearly $17 less than their usual price. Amazon, $53.19

wuteku phone holder

Wuteku Magnetic Cell Phone Holder Kit - 32% Off

More than 3,800 people can attest to the Wuteku's greatness, with a 4.4 rating from customer reviews. It's perfect for cars, kitchens, or desktops where you want a little more accessibility, and flair, for your phone. Amazon, $14.95

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