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Today's Best : Logitech Gear, VIZIO Sound Bar, Bluetooth Transmitter

Logitech Gold Box deals, a $70 sound bar, and discounted iTunes credit lead off Tuesday’s best deals.

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Amazon’s back at it again this morning with a Gold Box full of great Logitech computing peripheral deals.

The highlights here include the Performance Mouse MX for $45, the K480 multi-device Bluetooth keyboard for $21, the Z313 speaker system for $28, and the C615 webcam for $36. There are dozens of other discounts though, so head over to Amazon to see the full list.

Note: There are two pages of deals, but Amazon makes the pagination buttons a little hard to find.

Away Travel arrived with a perfect set of reasonably-priced luggage for everyone, and they’re offering Kinja Deals readers the company’s first ever discount. Use promo code KINJA to take $20 off your order, and head over to this post to learn more.

As long as you don’t mind buying a certified refurb, this 38" VIZIO sound bar is fantastic value at $70, today only on Amazon.

Without a subwoofer, this might not be ideal for a main home theater sound system, but it’d be a massive upgrade to, say, your bedroom TV’s built-in speakers. And when your TV’s turned off, it’ll also work as a massive Bluetooth speaker for playing music from your phone. These sound bars typically sell for around $100, and today’s deal is only available today, or until sold out.

You can never have enough places to plug in your phone, and several discounted cables and charging hubs are on sale today.

Mpow’s FreeBang Bluetooth speaker features dual 5W drivers, IPX5 water resistance, and most impressively, a 4400mAh battery that can charge your phone in a pinch. It’s a little bigger and a little more expensive than most speaker deals we post, but it looks perfect for a trip to the beach.

We see plenty of deals on Bluetooth transmitters and receivers, but this $17 gadget includes both. That means you can use it to add Bluetooth receiving capabilities to your favorite old speakers and headphones, or flip a switch and add Bluetooth streaming to an old MP3 player.

TJ Maxx just kicked off their biannual clearance event, with hundreds of apparel items on sale starting under $10. Shipping is free on orders over $75.

Own an iPhone 6/6s and want to stop carrying around a wallet? These $7 leather cases can protect your phone and hold your cards. Three different colors available.

Don’t have the cash for a Philips Hue system? This $8 light bulb includes a remote, and can glow in multiple hues and brightness levels, or even strobe, if you feel like having a seizure. Obviously, you can’t control it with your phone, or connect it to the internet, but that might not matter to you at this price.

This unique measuring cup doubles as a kitchen scale, so you can work seamlessly with both volume and weight-based recipes. My mom had this when I went home for the holidays, and she said it worked great.

While they might not conform to the classic look of our favorite chef’s knives, this Cuisinart Advantage knife set is anything but dull (get it?). You can own the whole collection today for just $15 (with code ADV2X6), matching an all-time low price.

Don’t let the colors fool you, these knives are stainless steel, and extremely sharp. The set has a 4.6 star Amazon review average on over 2,000 reviews, and while the colors might not seem like your thing, they do help you keep track and avoid cross-contaminating food while you use them.

J.Crew Factory’s clearance section has everything you need for a summer wedding, a trip to the beach, and ever occasion in between, and you can save an extra 50% on the already discounted prices today with code EXTRA50.

Anker makes surge protectors now, and naturally, they come packed with PowerIQ USB charging ports for your mobile devices as well. This model features six AC outlets, four USBs, and an 18 month warranty backed by the same company that makes your favorite battery packs, Bluetooth headphones, and more. It normally sells for $30, but while supplies last, it’s marked down to $25.

It’s not as advanced as a Samsung Gear VR or Oculus Rift, but if you have a smartphone and $13, you can experience VR with this View-Master VR starter set.

The View-Master is actually just a Google Cardboard-compatible VR headset, except, you know, it’s not made of cardboard. It was down to $13 briefly on Prime Day, but if you missed it in the deluge of deals, here’s another chance.

If you still haven’t upgraded your home network to 802.11ac, the Wirecutter-recommended TP-LINK’s Archer C7 router is down to $85 on Amazon today, the best price they’ve listed in months.

VIZIO’s new P-Series 4K TVs feature DolbyVision HDR, built-in Google Cast, and even 6" Android tablets as remotes. And while we’ve yet to see a discount on them, the baseline 50" model is available for its standard $1,000 today, but with a $250 Dell promo gift card tossed in for good measure.

Just note that while these gift cards are only valid for 90 days, you can use them on anything Dell sells, including sound bars, game consoles, and of course, computers.

If CVS is your pharmacy of choice, this discounted gift card is essentially free money.

If you want to dip your toes into the world of electric toothbrushes, Philips’ entry level Sonicare Essence line is an amazing value at $20. I’ve been using this brush for years, and I still love it.

You’ll have a wait out a short backorder, but just clip the $5 coupon on the page to get the deal. This is easily the best price we’ve ever seen on any Sonicare brush.

While we do see 20% discounts from time to time, a $100 iTunes gift card for $85 is still a solid deal if you pay for Apple Music, iCloud storage, or PokéCoins.

It’s not a Fitbit, but this $30 Garmin Vivofit has a few enticing tricks up its sleeve, if you’re in the market for a fitness tracker.

Of course, the Vivofit will track your steps, your sleep, and your calories burned, but two features set it apart from the field. First, if you’re inactive for an hour, it’ll shame you with a big red bar on the screen until you get up and move around. And second, it uses a pair of cheap watch batteries for power, which can last for up to a year with zero maintenance. That’s one less thing to recharge at night.

As long as you don’t mind buying a certified refurb, today’s $30 deal is about $20 less than usual, while supplies last.

I assume that most people who wanted an Echo bought one on Prime Day. But if you missed out, or if you accidentally bought an Amazon Tap like my boss, Ryan, you can save $40 today by buying a certified refurb.

This is everything you could want in a $10 surge protector. Six outlets, two USB ports, and a swiveling design that minimizes the distance the whole setup will project out from your wall once everything’s plugged in.

With a few rare exceptions, $4 is about as cheap as Lightning cables ever get, so stock up!

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