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Vizio 2018 P-Series 4K HDR TV
Save $150: Last year it was one of the best 4K HDR TVs under $1,000 that you could buy. Now, with the advent of the 2019 Vizio P-Series, which promises to be a little brighter, faster and smarter, the prices of these 2018 models are dropping. Best Buy is selling a 55-inch model for $650, which is $150 off what it normally costs, and it’s actually about the same cost of its mid-range M-Series. For real though: the 2018 Vizio P-Series is a seriously good 4K HDR TV. It supports Dolby Vision HDR so, beyond its many dimming zones and great contrast, this TV looks terrific. And Vizio announced that sometime in 2019 it’ll be updated to support AirPlay 2 and HomeKit, which is just another reason why there’s no shame in buying an “older” TV.

All-Clad 12-Inch Fry Pan
Save $15 All-Clad has held the crown as the best maker of stainless steel cookware in the world since its founding in 1971. Its line of pots and pans is vast, filled out with unknowable product acronyms like D5, D5 Armor, C4 and MC2 LTD. But the first set the Pennsylvania company ever made is still the best ever.

All-Clad’s D3 line is made by bonding a top and bottom layer of stainless steel to an aluminum alloy middle layer. This makes for a pan that’s light, heats more quickly than a fully stainless pan and is still safe to cook on without fear of metal leaching into food. In recent years the D3 has received helpful upgrades like a steeper handle for easier tossing and extra aluminum in the core for faster heating (and for use on induction cooktops).

Today on Massdrop, the D3 12-inch fry pan — the most-recommended member of the D3 line — is a few bucks cheaper. It should be noted that Massdrop lists its retail price at $160, which is well above the $120 is usually sells for. All the same, $15 off the best stainless steel fry pan money can buy isn’t too bad. —Will Price

Mystery Ranch Urban Assault
Save 46%It should come as no surprise that bags from Mystery Ranch consistently make our “https://gearpatrol.com/2018/12/31/the-top-bags-and-backpacks-of-2018/”Best Bags of 2018 and “Best Everyday Bags” lists. Their bags are compact and durable, and their tactical yet subtle designs add usefulness without looking overdone. The Urban Assualt 21-Liter is no different.

The unique three-zipper enclosure allows for quick access when you need it and can fully open when you need to push capacity to the limits. The Urban Assault takes inspiration from military rucksacks, but in true Mystery Ranch fashion, the backpack is at home in almost any environment. Today, you can get the versatile everyday pack at a steep 46 percent discount. —Bryan Campbell

Todd Snyder’s Final Sale
Take an Extra 20% Off With a polar vortex right around the corner, could you blame us for distracting ourselves by shopping for spring? Right now you can do just that with Todd Snyder’s final sale. Currently, you can take an additional 20 percent off already discounted items, like this Blackwatch coaches jacket made in collaboration with Golden Bear. It’s not the kind of thing that’ll get you through a blizzard, but you’ll be glad you have it once the snow melts.— Justin Fenner

Dyson Space Heater
Save $150 In classic Dyson fashion, its space heater is levels above what you’d expect from a space heater. The energy-efficient tower allows you to zero in your desired temperature down to a single degree, set automatic off-on timers and even customize the width of the oscillation cycle. Plus, it’s temperature-capped at 392 degrees — also known as the temperature dust burns, which is the source of the awful smell that radiates from lesser space heaters.

Dyson’s Hot + Cool Heater Fan is priced at $300 on Ebay today — good for $150 off what it’s retailing for on every other site it’s listed on. —Will Price

Stamina ATS Air Rower
Save 23% Building a home gym can get pricey. Between the weights and bigger machines, spending north of $1,000 isn’t out of the realm of possibility. But, if you’re looking for a simple, affordable cardio machine and don’t want to drop a month’s rent on a treadmill, the Stamina ATS Air Rower is a safe bet.

It doesn’t have all the bells and whistles of the Concept 2 rowing machine, but then again the Concept 2 is a neighborhood gym stalwart and costs close to $1,000. The Stamina’s simple LCD screen shows you displays speed, distance, time, and calories burned. The Stamina also folds up for easy storage. Today, the Stamina ATS Air Rower is 23% off at $230 and comes highly recommended as far as a basic cardio machine goes. If you’re looking to save money and your joints from high-impact exercise, the Stamina ATS Air Rower fits the bill. —Bryan Campbell


Orient Symphony Gen II Dress Watch
Save $180: Orient makes some of our favorite affordable dive and dress watches, often for unbelievably low prices. Take the Symphony Gen II Automatic dress watch as a case in point: it features a 41mm stainless steel case, black or white dial, Orient’s in-house cal. 48743 21-jewel movement with a 40-hour power reserve and date complication, and a sapphire crystal. Polished silver hands and indices lend the watch a classic mid-century look, and 50m of water resistance means that you don’t have to worry about getting caught in the rain with it. — Oren Hartov

Lodge Cast-Iron Cookware
Save 33% Today on Sierra Trading Post, a load of Lodge’s cast-iron cookware is on sale. The marked down pots and pans are varied — a single-steak 8-inch skillet for $7, an enameled Dutch oven for $30 and a grill pan for $17. But the standout is the classic 10.5-inch skillet marked down to just $10. Don’t forget to buy extra oil for seasoning. —Will Price

T-Fal Non-Stick Skillet
Save 52% Why do we buy high-priced stainless steel cookware? Well, it lasts longer, performs better, is (probably) used more than all your other cookware and provides greater value over its lifespan than cheap alternatives. Non-stick cookware does not follow these same rules.

Perhaps most importantly, non-stick cookware is not used nearly enough to warrant the pricetags more premium brands place on it. Its greatest feats are flippable eggs and its delicate treatment of fish. There’s also the simple fact that all non-stick pans have an expiration date, whether it’s advertised or not (the closest you’ll get is a warranty duration).

This is because — through heating, cooling, flipping, scratches and cleaning — all non-stick pans eventually shed their precious non-stick coating, making them completely worthless to cook on. Most even have a number of “releases” they’re good for (how many eggs you’ll be able to flip), but rarely make this information public.

This all adds up to a very happy ending — in the world of non-stick cooking, you’re better off buying cheap and simply replacing your pan when the coating begins to flake or food doesn’t want to come off it. And if you’re in the market now, T-Fal’s perfectly satisfactory 12-inch non-stick fry pan is more than 50 percent off on Sierra Trading Post today. That’s down from $25 to $12. —Will Price

Due Preparation for the Polar Vortex
Save 25% on Winter Boots from Sorel If you don’t have a warm pair of waterproof winter boots, now would be the time to get them. Luckily, a number of options from Sorel are on sale for 25 percent off at East Dane right now.— Justin Fenner

Uniqlo Seamless Down Parka
Save 33%: In a way, down jackets (and their synthetic alternatives) are a bellwether for innovation in outdoor gear. Ever since Eddie Bauer patented his feather-filled Skyliner nearly a century ago, down jackets have been a keystone item for outdoor survival and recreation. They’re incredibly lightweight yet sufficiently warm — and any time a brand can increase these qualities, along with durability and packability, it’s usually a sign that other things like tents and outerwear might follow suit. These advancements come with a price tag though, which is why it’s notable that Uniqlo’s Seamless Down Parka only costs $150, and is currently marked down to $100.

The main innovation is right in the jacket’s name: seamless. Even after decades of existence, most traditional down jackets use stitching and seams to create the baffles that hold down fill in place. Stitching not only creates minor cold spots by isolating the fill into groups but is also a common point of failure on jackets that are well-loved over many seasons. Outdoor companies are just recently innovating ways to do away with them, usually by welding the fabric together or by weaving the shell material to create the baffles. This construction is generally apparent in only the highest tier down jackets though.

Uniqlo, though, uses that zero-stitch construction in its affordable parka. The company doesn’t specify the fill power of the down inside, but categorizes the jacket as “extra warm.” The jacket is windproof and has a DWR coating for precipitation though, and $100 is as affordable as down jackets get. — Tanner Bowden

Nike Gear and Apparel Sale
Save 25%If you’ve recently been swept up in the Marie Kondo Netflix series, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo, or you recently re-discovered her Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, it’s possible your drawers are looking a little empty. Her message will help you clean out apparel that you haven’t worn in years, thus leaving plenty of room for new gear. What better way to spark joy than to fill the void with new gym shorts and shirts? Right now, you can save 25 percent on a variety of Nike essentials. Whether you’re in the habit of stopping by the CrossFit box or enjoy a game of pick up on the weekends, this gear will see you through it all. — Meg Lappe

Tile Mate
Save $15 The Tile Mate is a small plastic square you hook to things to ensure those things are never lost again. Inside, a Bluetooth-enabled chip sits dormant until you’ve signalled your Tile as lost on the company’s smartphone app. Once marked as lost, the chip will ping your phone when you’re within 150 feet of it. If it’s not found in the immediate vicinity, Tile uses other phones on the greater Tile network to locate it. This means the more people on the Tile app, the easier it is to find stuff.

The Mate, the company’s flagship tracker, is marked down from $25 to $10 on Ebay today. —Will Price


Vizio 2018 P-Series 4K HDR TV
Save $150: Last year it was one of the best 4K HDR TVs under $1,000 that you could buy. Now, with the advent of the 2019 Vizio P-Series, which promises to be a little brighter, faster and smarter, the prices of these 2018 models are dropping. Best Buy is selling a 55-inch model for $650, which is $150 off what it normally costs, and it’s actually about the same cost of its mid-range M-Series. For real though: the 2018 Vizio P-Series is a seriously good 4K HDR TV. It supports Dolby Vision HDR so, beyond its many dimming zones and great contrast, this TV looks terrific. And Vizio announced that sometime in 2019 it’ll be updated to support AirPlay 2 and HomeKit, which is just another reason why there’s no shame in buying an “older” TV.

Wolverine Boots
Save up to 53%:If you’ve been meaning to invest in a new pair of boots but haven’t found the right pair, Nordstrom Rack is currently making a compelling case for Wolverine. The retailer is now offering well over 50 percent off a bunch of boots from the Michigan-based brand. Choose from American-made lace-up styles including the iconic 1000 Mile boot and the go-anywhere Duvall Boot boot. Many sizes are currently available, but with discounts up to 53 percent, they won’t be for long. — John Zientek

Protect Your Neck
Save Up to 70% on Warm, Stylish Scarves Right now, it’s easier (read: less expensive) than ever to buy a designer scarf thanks to Mr Porter’s massive end-of-season sale. Some options from traditionally pricey brands like Giorgio Armani are up to 70 percent off. — Justin Fenner


Sonos Speakers
Save Up to $200: With the Super Bowl just around the corner, Sonos wants to make sure you’re watching (and more importantly, hearing) the big game in style. That’s why it’s offering a bunch of deals on its speakers. The price of its two big soundbars, the Playbar and Playbase, as well as its big subwoofer, the Sonos Sub, have all been slashed by $100, dropping their prices down from $699 to $599. And if you want its smaller, Alexa-enabled soundbar, the Sonos Beam, you can pick up one for $349, saving you $50.

The biggest deals are on Sonos’s home theater bundles. You can get a 3.1 system with a Playbase or Playbar and a Sub for $200 off. There are deals on 5.1 surround system bundles, too.

Todd Snyder x Timex Military Watch
Save 25%: Another Todd Snyder x Timex collaboration, another home run. This watch sports a slim profile, a highly-legible dial, a reliable quartz movement and 1970s military-spec styling with just enough modern styling to take it over the top. It even comes with an extra NATO strap in the box, so you can change up the look without laying out more cash. If you’ve been looking for a go-anywhere, do-anything watch, now’s your chance — pick up one of these before they’re gone.

J.Crew Suede Shearling Chukkas
Save 30%:If the recent weather is any indication, winter in North America is far from over. To make yourself more comfortable at home in the coming weeks, consider investing in a warm pair of slippers to wear after you kick your heavy boots off. If you’re looking to grab a nice pair for a good price, head over to East Dane where a pair of suede slippers from J.Crew is currently 30 percent off. The moc-toe chukka style features a faux-shearling lining, a lace closure and a rubber sole. Available in sizes 7 to 12, it’ll keep you comfortable as you take on the rest of the season. — John Zientek

Anker Powerline II Lightning Cables
Save 32%: Anker’s charging cables. They’re more durable, made of nylon, than Apple’s offerings, and they come in a bunch of colors (red is my favorite) so it’s less likely that somebody will “confuse” them as their own. Also, they’re not terribly expensive. (They’re actually less expensive than the cables that Apple sells on its website, here.) Anker offers its Powerline II collection of cables in a variety of lengths: 3-feet, 6-feet and 10-feet. If you need the extra length, say you have to run the cable under a couch or bed, Amazon is offering Anker’s 10-foot cables for extra cheap today. It’s part of their “Deal of the Day,” so you if you want one — act fast. The deal applies for red, white, black and gold cables.

Cool-Weather Arc’Teryx Apparel
Save 30%:BIf recent cold weather has caught you off guard and made you seriously question the vitality your winter wardrobe, don’t fret. East Dane is now offering 30 percent off a great selection of cool-weather staples from Arc’Teryx. The leading outdoor apparel brand produces a range of technical apparel geared at beating the elements at its factory in British Columbia. Its products are widely recognized as some of the best on the market, so this sale is definitely worth checking out. Choose from jackets, scarves, beanies and more, but don’t wait because sizes are selling quickly. — John Zientek

Porsche Design Sale
Save 46%Typically, when a car manufacturer attaches its name to a clothing line, it’s first-degree groan-inducing. Not so with Porsche Design. The smart, efficient design from the car side of things bleeds over into the company’s apparel branch. Porsche Design’s labeling and style are minimalist and attractive, which makes its sunglasses, hoodies, and tee shirts stuff you’ll actually want to wear. Porsche Design apparel tends to run with high price tags. However, today there’s a massive sale of up to 50 percent on select items.–Bryan Campbell


Uniqlo Cashmere Sweaters
Save 44% Cashmere was once a top-tier luxury material, mostly reserved for people who could stand to pay several hundred dollars for a sweater (or thousands of dollars for a suit).

But the cashmere market has been democratized in recent years by an increasing import volume and more sustainable (and affordable) production practices, allowing brands like Uniqlo to sell incredibly soft and well-made cashmere clothing for less. And while Uniqlo’s prices are always pretty accessible, this deal takes the brand’s amazingly soft sweaters from “reasonably priced” to “can’t pass this up.” Grab one of these and never look back. — Andy Frakes

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. Better yet, it’s nearly 40% off right now, and for a limited time you can get an additional 20 percent off of that with the code LASTCALL20. — Oren Hartov

TRX PRO Suspension Trainer System
Save $80 When arranged thoughtfully and outfitted appropriately, a home gym can be an entirely capable alternative to a pricey gym membership. It doesn’t have to call for heavy and bulky (not to mention expensive) equipment, either. TRX’s original suspension trainer was created with this type of functional minimalism in mind — it was invented by a Navy SEAL squadron commander named Randy Hetrick who was searching for a way to stay fit during deployment.

Like an as-seen-on-TV contraption, it can be adapted to various workouts and targeted exercises. Unlike that hulking machine, it can be bought in fewer than 12 installments, especially now that it’s 40 percent off — a savings of $80 — at Amazon. — Tanner Bowden

Allen Edmonds Sale
Save up to 60% Right now, a selection of Allen Edmonds’ well-made boots and shoes are on sale for up to 60 percent off at Nordstrom Rack. They’re the kinds of footwear you’ll buy now and wear for years: worthy investments at full price, but practically steals when they’re discounted like this.— Justin Fenner

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