Available in 3 colors, get $79.96 off JLab JBuds J6M High-Performance Earbuds with Mic. Check out the reviews on Amazon (where they're $15 more expensive), these are renowned for their good sound and comfort. Even with $5 shipping this is the best deal available. Deal ends September 2.
The very popular Beats By Dr. Dre Studio Over-Ear Headphones are now on sale for only $179.99, originally $299.95. These premium headphones have an in-line remote control built into the cord to control songs, and a mute button on the ear cups. It comes with a hard-shell carrying case and matching cleaning cloth to keep them safe and clean. This is the best price we can find anywhere else. Free shipping included.
Available in 3 colors, get $42 off JLab FIT Sport Earphones with Inline Microphone, Built-In Earhooks. That's the best price we've seen in any color by $12. Features adjustable, built-in earhooks ensure a comfortable and secure fit. 100% splash-proof, sweat-proof and washable.
For a limited time, get 62% off the JLab GO Wireless Bluetooth Sport Headphones with Armband. Originally $79.95, now only $29.99 with free shipping. You can choose from 3 different colors, black,blue, or purple. The best price we've seen anywhere else.
Get $25 off these Avantree BTHS-849 Hive Bluetooth Over-Ear Stereo Headphones. That's the best price we've seen available by $6. Features noise cancellation, mic for phone calls and corded option. Well-regarded for their sound quality. Ends September 3.
Follow this link to save 33% on Bose OE2 Audio Headphones. Originally, $149.99 now just $99.99. That's the best price we've seen by $20. Features TriPort technology, which delivers deep, low notes with clarity, plus acoustic equalization. Deal ends September 2.
Go through this link to get 85% off Skech BluePulse Bluetooth wireless headphones with microphone for iPhone, iPad, smartphones & tablets - pink. No code needed. Includes free shipping on orders $25 or more. Original price was $79.99, now only $11.99. Restrictions may apply.
For about $43, you can "wear the noise" as the website states. Now, this product is actually kind of cool (and hot during the summer), because you've got your head covered and protected from that nasty sun and you can easily listen to headphones without worrying about bulkiness or shoving them in your ears. Maybe it's not worth $43 for a headphone hat or maybe if they came in baseball caps too I'd be more inclined to purchase, but you have to admit it's a clever idea.
And yeah, sure, you could always just pull on a normal beanie over normal earphones--but hey, then maybe you would have created the Headphone Hat and be making money. Just sayin'.
I've long been a fan of Bluetooth speakers, which pair wirelessly
with your smartphone or tablet to provide a kind of self-contained
Sonos system: Your music library, plus services like Pandora and
Spotify, streamed to any room in the house.
However, with rare exception, these speakers tend to be small
and underpowered, which is problem if you want to use one in, say,
a large room or at the beach. Or to serve up tunes at a noisy
The Braven 850 is a portable Bluetooth speaker that's
surprisingly powerful given its compact size. I've been playing
with one for the past couple weeks, and it's a terrific product. In
fact, it's my favorite Bluetooth speaker to date.
The 850 measures 9.5 x 4 x 2.8 inches, roughly the same
size as the more celebrated Jawbone Big Jambox.
Every self-respecting couch potato needs an Apple TV or Roku box. Ah, but
which one? The answer might surprise you.
In case you're unfamiliar with these products, they're each
about the size a hockey puck, each intended to plug into one of
your HDTV's HDMI ports.
Both boxes stream content to your TV from a variety of
sources, including Netflix, Hulu Plus, and Pandora. Neither
requires you to pay any extra monthly fees except for the regular
costs of services like Netflix and Hulu Plus. And both can be had
for under $100 (more on that in a bit).
I've used an Apple TV and various Roku models for a while now,
and I'll profess to loving them equally. That said, each has its
pros and cons, and those are worth considering as you weigh your
Let's start with Apple TV.
I don't know about you, but I loves me some Star Trek. I used to think it was just a crappy television show from way back when, but if you actually give it a chance it's a great social commentary. Of course, you have to look past the crazy shenanigans of Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock (and I'm more a fan of Data from The Next Generation to be honest), the bad costumes and even cheaper props, but it really is a great show.
Even though you may not be able to literally beam up, you will definitely get a kick out of our wacky product of the week this week: the Star Trek USB Communicator. Straight out of Starfleet and headed to a computer desk near you for a minimal $30 from ThinkGeek.
When I'm looking to buy kids' toys, I am looking for three things:
One: I want it to be cheap, because in these hard times, affordability is key. Two: I want it to be safe, because choking hazards and badly made toys just aren't good for your kids to play with.
And three: I want it to creep me the heck out.
What, you don't want your kids' toys to freak you out? You're obviously in the minority there, because these Cartoon Shaped USB Rechargeable Mini Portable Speakers are the creepiest things in the world, but I bet your kids would love them.