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Sunday's Best : Great Kindle Singles, Balance Ball Chairs, Eneloops

Great books, better posture, and the best rechargeable batteries headline today’s best deals.

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These Kindle single deals aren’t just any old set of $2 books. This collection includes all of the top-selling Kindle single deals of 2016, back by popular demand, and there’s actually a lot of great stuff here.

Tell us what you recommend and what you’re picking up today!

The latest Nest gets a rare discount today. Don’t hesitate if you’ve been looking to grab one.

If you’ve resolved to get in better shape or improve your posture in 2015, these discounted balance ball chairs can help you get it done without any real time commitment.

Amazon is offering the iconic Gaiam Balance Ball Chair in a variety of colors for $60, today only. That’s one of the lowest prices ever listed, and well below the usual $80 asking price. If you’re on the fence, be sure to check out some impressions from Lifehacker’s Melanie Pinola.

Want to see firsthand why people love Eneloop rechargeable batteries so much? This 4-pack of AAs includes a charger, and today’s $16 price tag on Amazon is within a few cents of an all-time low price.

Speaking of deals to make your bike smarter, this $18 gadget from KMASHI is an LED headlight, Bluetooth speaker, and USB battery pack all rolled into one. That means you can roll between Pokéstops all night long, and be able to hear when a new Pokémon comes into range.

Anker’s kevlar-wrapped Lightning cables arrived on the scene late last year, and quickly became the go-to cable of choice for most of our readers. Now, RAVPower is out with its own version, and you can get a 6-pack of microUSBs for $13 today.

Just when you thought you knew everything there was to know about cable management, the depths of Amazon toss you a surprise. This magnetic cable clip system includes one magnetic base that you can stick anywhere via its included adhesive, and three magnetic clips that you attach to your most-used cables, allowing them to stick to the base effortlessly.

We see the Fitbit Charge HR for $100 pretty frequently, and occasionally for $90, but $86 is practically unheard of, as long as you don’t mind an open box.

The new Doom game is... exactly what you’d expect it to be, which is mostly a good thing. If it’s been on your wishlist, Amazon’s knocked it down to $20 today for Xbox One, and PS4, an all-time low.

If you’re going to buy your textbooks on Amazon anyway this year, be sure to use promo code TEXT15 at checkout to save $15 on any $100 order (shipped and sold by Amazon.com). That’s a drop in the bucket for a semester’s worth of books, but it’s still $15 more to spend on Natty Ice or ramen or (insert favorite stereotype here).

You know the little charging brick that came with your phone? Throw it out, and spend $7 on this replacement from Aukey (with code NH6DTSM2). It’s basically the same size as Apple’s standard iPhone charger, but it includes two ports, folding prongs, and 2.4A of current (instead of 1A) to charge your devices faster.

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