Every day, the Internet is teeming with deals, sales, discounts, and savings. But, as the Internet is a big, distracting place, said deals can be difficult to find. Plus, you don’t have time to sniff ’em all out. You have work and kids and a total of 25 minutes of free time that shouldn’t be spent looking for discounts. So, to help you out, we’ll be combing through the daily offerings and rounding up the deals we like, and think you might find useful. Today, check out deals on a Dyson Ball vacuum, Patagonia jacket, Panasonic electric shaver, and a Lego set that lets you build a Lego version of anyone you can think of.
Dyson Ball Multi Floor 2
Dyson now makes all manner of air-moving devices, from hand dryers to air purifiers to humidifiers, but the company remains best known for its state of the art vacuum cleaners, including this upright model. It comes with the radial root cyclone technology found in all Dyson vacuums along with a self-adjusting cleaner head that raises and lowers to seal in suction no matter the floor material and a ball-based construction that makes it extra maneuverable. Whole-machine HEPA filtration, a wand attachment, and hygienic emptying mechanism round out the vacuum, which you can save $151 on when you pick it up from Amazon today.
Patagonia Men’s Ukiah Down Hybrid Jacket
A bunch of stuff from the venerable outdoor gear manufacturer is on sale today, including this warm and waterproof down jacket. Its polyester shell is coated with a water repellant and filled with recycled down. The shoulders and arms contain soft mesh-face fleece to preserve a slim profile and make it easy to move your arms around. The rear stow and pair of two side entry pockets come with zipper closures, as done the main opening of the hip-length jacket, which is half off today at Patagonia’s official online store.
Panasonic Arc5 Electric Razor
A razor can only be as good as its blade(s), and the five in this Panasonic wet-dry electric shaver are top-notch, super thin and very sharp. They’re housed behind varied foil patterns that capture different kinds of hair in a shaver head that flexes side-to-side and back-and-forth as you move the razor along the contours of your face and neck. Sensors detect the densest and softest parts of your beard and deploy more and less power to those areas accordingly. There’s even a precision pop-up trimmer for cleaning up your mustache and sideburns. This high-tech shaving machine is half its list price today.
Lego BrickHeadz Go Brick Me
For the uninitiated, Lego BrickHeadz are kind of like buildable Funko dolls, cartoonish figurines typically of pop culture figures like Homer Simpson, Santa Claus, and Boba Fett. We say typically because this set is different. It comes with 708 pieces, but you won’t use them all simultaneously. They’re there so you have options and can customize what your figure will look like, from hair and skin color to accessories like glasses and hats. The obvious thing to do is to create a version of yourself, but you can also make models of friends and celebrities — it’s flexible enough to produce a pretty good fascimile of most people, and it’s $11 off today at Walmart.