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MONDAY, JANUARY 7
Timex Allied 40mm Field Watch
Save 50%: Having made numerous field watches in the 1980s, it isn’t surprising that Timex has called upon these original pieces in designing many of its modern offerings. The Allied 40mm is one such watch — at 40mm wide with 50m of water resistance, the Allied features a quartz movement, a QuickDate® function, an Indiglo light-up dial, a mineral crystal, and an adjustable stainless steel bracelet for just $60. — Oren Hartov
Allen Edmonds Shoes and Boots
Save up to $175:At the Allen Edmonds Anniversary Sale, you can save up to $175 on a wide range of shoes and boots. Take advantage of savings on styles that are rarely discounted, including the Fifth Avenue Cap Toe, the Park Avenue Cap Toe and the McAllister Wingtip. Made in Port Washington, Wisconsin, these shoes are the standard which all other American dress shoes are measured. If you see a style you like, act fast — this sale won’t last long. — John Zientek
Reigning Champ Polo Shirts
Save up to 40%:If you’ve been meaning to update your wardrobe, let the balmy spring weather inform your next purchase. Invest in a warm-weather staple like a good t-shirt or quality polo shirt. For those in search of a good deal, East Dane is currently offering steep discounts on classic polo shirts from Reigning Champ. Available in both white and navy, the Canadian-made style features a three-button collar and traditional piqué-knit cotton fabric. And, it’s now up to 40 percent off while supplies last, so act fast. — John Zientek
Bonavita 8-Cup One-Touch Coffee Brewer
Save $70: Dollar for dollar, Bonavita’s dead simple 8-cup coffee brewer is the best home coffee brewer you can buy. It brews to the exacting standards of the Specialty Coffee Association’s Certified Home Brewer Program, coffee’s most important home brewer quality assurance group, and is significantly less expensive than the other SCA-recommended coffee pots on the list. It comes with a solid two-year warranty and sports an optional pre-infusion mode and it’s made by a company that exclusively designs coffee gear. Today, it’s marked down below $100. Don’t forget the coffee. — Will Price
TUESDAY, JANUARY 8
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. — Tanner Bowden
Casio G-Shock DW9052-1BCG
Save 40%: If you were on the fence about picking up a G-Shock, now’s the perfect time: you can get the DW9052-1BCG in black with yellow accents on Amazon for just $42, a 40% savings off the list price of $70. The DW9052-1BCG features a 48.5mm case with 200 meters of water resistance, a backlight with Afterglow, a mineral crystal, a 1/100th-second stopwatch, a countdown alarm, an auto calendar, a 2-year battery and many more features. In short, it’s the perfect summer watch for all your adventures. — Oren Hartov
J.Crew Online Sale
Save 40%: J.Crew is offering 40 percent off all full-priced styles today, including new arrivals. That means you can stock up on springtime staples like deck shorts, chinos, polos and tees without breaking the bank. The sale is online-only, so rather than looking for your car keys, we recommend starting with these sharp picks. Use the code REFRESH to take advantage of the discount. — Andy Frakes
Milwaukee Tool Drill Driver Kit
Save 48%: Every toolbox needs a cordless drill set, and right now Milwaukee Tool’s discounted combo kit is the one to get. Marked down just under 50 percent off at Home Depot, the package comes with a drill driver, impact driver and two 1.5Ah battery packs. The $129 price tag is cheaper than the kit has ever been on Amazon. Don’t forget the bits. — Will Price
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9
Patagonia Black Hole Duffel Sale
Save $39: If you’re a Patagonia fan, you’ve likely heard about the fantastic stuff sack-duffel-carry-on known as the Black Hole Duffel. Our staffers turn to this bag when they’re heading to Vermont for a ski weekend, out to Denver for a big convention, moving to a new apartment in the city and even on a month-long trip to Ecuador. The weather-resistant and sturdy bags are built to last a lifetime. The lightweight version is one of our best adventure duffels of 2018, and the 30-liter is our best adventure travel weekenders.
We love the rubberized nylon ripstop fabric and how it holds up to airport carousels as well as in the under-carriage bus storage. The internal compression straps rope everything into place, as do the pockets. The removable shoulder straps allow you to carry it as a backpack or as a duffel. Right now, you can pick up a 60-liter bag for just $90.30 in a variety of colors. — Meg Lappe
Tons of Home Goods
Save Up to 80%: Live at noon today, Way Day is Wayfair’s version of Prime Day. This is to say that, other than Prime Day, it’s one of the largest sales on the internet.
Wayfair is set to mark down huge tracts of inventory (Curbed reported more than 100,000 items) on its site and across its range of other home goods stores — AllModern, Birch Lane and Joss & Main. Expect up to 80 percent off rugs, cheap outdoor furniture, lighting, mirrors and, best of all, free shipping. Wayfair also stocks a selection of kitchen gear from brands like Kitchenaid, Lodge, Cuisinart and Hamilton Beach.
Way Day sales will run now until 11:59 p.m., Thursday, April 11. Happy hunting. — Will Price
Seiko Recraft Solar Chronograph
Save 30%: This colorful and, frankly, awesome-looking chronograph watch seems straight out of the 1970s and, with its matching NATO strap, it will wear boldly with short sleeves. Best of all, it’s on sale now for $252 by using the promo code “SHINE” at checkout, which is about $100 off its full retail price of $350. — Zen Love
Tojiro DP Gyutou Knife
Save $10: Brandt Cox is a former professional chef and cofounder of New Orleans’ Coutelier NOLA knife shop. When we asked him to name the best bang-for-your-buck Japanese chef’s knife, he didn’t hesitate. “[The Tojiro DP Series] is one of the best price-to-performance value knives we’ve tested or stocked,” he said.
The blade Brandt described as a “gateway drug” into Japanese knives, is on sale today — shoppers can save a modest $10 on the 8.2-inch Tojiro DP Gyutou. The DP series Gyutou is made with hardwearing, wear-resistant VG10 knife steel and the classically thin bevels of a Japanese kitchen knife, but it also sports a western ergonomic-focused handle most Japanese knife newbs are familiar with. Don’t forget to sharpen it. — Will Price
END Clothing Nike Sale
Save up to 50%: Retro-inspired windbreakers and fleeces are a great way to ward off the chill during your early-morning jogs, and few athletic brands do retro-inspired activewear as well as Nike. Today at END Clothing you can find a massive range of Nike spring essentials — most notably these windbreakers and fleeces — for 30 to 50 percent off list price. Choose from color-blocked windbreakers and fleeces, discounted trainers and sneakers, comfy sweats and throwback hoodies for all the blustery, half-rainy days coming your way, not to mention cool summer nights further down the road. — Andy Frakes
THURSDAY, JANUARY 10
Seiko SNA Flight Alarm Chronograph Watch
Save $100: The classic pilot’s watch can provide the user with a plethora of useful information, and the Flightmaster, a quartz chronograph from Seiko, is a good example. A slide-rule bezel with two logarithmic scales and a a tachymeter scale, the Flightmaster can give information on speed and distance, fuel consumption, climbing altitude and much more. An alarm positioned at 6 o’clock and controlled by the crown provides another layer of usefulness, as does a chronograph and date function. You also get a 42mm steel case, screw-down crown, 200m of water resistance, Seiko 7T62 quartz movement, domed Hardlex crystal and a steel bracelet, all for just $200. — Zen Love
MSR Hubba Hubba NX Tent
Save $112: If any tent could be considered a modern classic, it might just be the Hubba Hubba. MSR’s experience designing tents goes way back — its first shelter debuted in 1973. It built the Hubba Hubba for lightweight backpacking but constructed it with enough space to keep even the once-in-a-while camper comfortable. That’s largely a result of an innovative single-unit pole design that stretches the interior walls wide and lifts the tent ceiling at the same time. The result is a two-person tent that is 43 cubic feet in volume, weighs just under four pounds and packs down smaller than most sleeping bags. That makes the tent light enough for multi-day treks and spacious enough for a weekend music festival. — Tanner Bowden
CAP Dumbbells Sale
Save $15: CAP makes some of the best dumbbells available, and you can pick up a pair of 25-pounders for up to 17 percent off. Weights are requisite home gym gear and necessary for strength-based at-home workouts. And these durable CAP rubber coated dumbbell weights are ideal for a variety of exercises. While you can do most fitness moves with just your bodyweight, adding a pair of dumbbells ups the intensity level leading to the results you want.
The rubber ends mean they won’t rust, and the hex-shaped design makes it easy to hold a plank and row. Right now, you can pick up a couple of 25-pounders for $15 off. Buy a pair, then start pumping out overhead presses, dumbbells squats and AMRAP (as many reps as possible) bicep curls. — Meg Lappe
5-Piece Set of Lodge Cast-Iron Cookware
Save $35: Live yesterday, more than 100,000 rugs, couches, light fixtures and kitchen islands are discounted across Wayfair and its sub-brands AllModern, Joss & Main and Birch Lane for Way Day. You could buy furniture, or you could pick up five pieces of Lodge’s cast-iron cookware for $80.
The set includes two traditional skillets, dutch oven (Wayfair includes the lid as the fifth piece) and a low-walled skillet that might be the ideal breakfast skillet. Use code KITCHEN19 for an additional 10 percent knocked off the price. Congratulations on your new iron. — Will Price
Allsaints Mid Season Sale
Save 30-50%: The British label Allsaints is known for premium leathers, dark muted colors and slim rock-inspired silhouettes, all of which can be had if you’re willing to pay for the craftsmanship and fashion-forward designs. But when the brand holds one of its rare sales, you can find everything from spring-friendly tees and shirts to sturdy outerwear and motorcycle jackets at up to 50 percent off. — Andy Frakes
FRIDAY, JANUARY 11
Timex x Todd Snyder Ironman watch
Save 40%: If you’re into throwback digital watches, don’t miss out on the Timex x Todd Snyder Ironman watch. This reissue was first developed in 1984 in partnership with the Ironman triathlon and features 200-meter water resistance, an Indiglo night light, a 100-hour chronograph, a 99-lap counter and a 24-hour countdown time. Though the contemporary model features an enlarged face and dial, it’s just as lightweight and durable as the original.
— John Zientek
Perfect Keto Sale
Save 20%: Right now, Perfect Keto products on The Feed are up to 20 percent off — including supplements, bases and powders. Each item is designed to help you get the nutrients you need if you’re doing keto. If you’re looking for a keto diet-approved base, pre-workout or MCT oil powder (to replace your liquid creamer) today’s the day to check out the sale. — Meg Lappe
Barbour Jackets from END Clothing
Save up to 50%: For those of you that buy new outer layers towards the end of the season, your patience may have just paid off. Thanks to End’s mid-season sale, today you can save up to $230 on a pair of Barbour jackets.
The first of the two jackets (and the most steeply discounted at $230 off) is the product of a collaboration between Barbour and Engineered Garments. The lightweight outer layer features a 4-ounce waxed fabric with a hem that sits right at the waist, raglan sleeves and two welt pockets.
The navy Beaufort, on the other hand, features a hem that sits a bit lower and a handsome sylkoil outer and an interior lining with a tartan print. Whatever your preference, it’s hard to deny that these jackets are made all the more attractive by their discounted prices. Act while you still can, though, because we known that these deals won’t last for long. — JD DiGiovanni
Save up to 50%: Rotomolded coolers, the kind you can get from companies like Yeti, OtterBox, Orca and Pelican, are indestructible and will keep contents cold for days. But they’re also expensive — a 40- to 50-quart cooler can cost as much as $350. There’s something to be said for cheap coolers though, the kind you’ve seen at barbecues and tailgates (red or blue bottom, white lid). A cheap cooler won’t keep ice frozen for three days, and if you hurl it off a cliff, it’ll probably break. But it will work for short-term gatherings, and depending on the size, it’ll cost less than $50. Actually, if you buy one from the selection of Coleman coolers currently on sale at REI, it could cost less than $20. — Tanner Bowden
Save up to 75%: Nordstrom Rack is having a crazy sale on Persol sunglasses right now and all available styles cost $100. Normal retail prices hover up around $350 which means you’ll save up to 75 percent if you shop now. With a history dating back to 1917, Persol epitomizes Italian luxury sunglasses and its vintage frames are highly collectible. Now owned by Luxottica, the frames are more widely available than in past decades but the styles are no less iconic. If you’re in need of a new pair of everyday shades, don’t pass on this sale — it’ll be hard to find prices like this again. — John Zientek
A Pair of Cordless Dyson Vacuums
Save Up to $100: Dyson unveiled the V6 line of cordless vacuums four years back. It was the brand’s initial foray into the cordless market, and thanks to the rapid pace of releases the brand has adopted, it’s now the cheapest.
Today on Walmart and Jet, the V6 Absolute and the V6 Handheld are both marked down from their already-low prices. Both are outfitted with HEPA filtration systems that are fully washable (meaning you don’t have to buy new ones every few months). — Will Price