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Want to make your everyday life easier? Check out the super popular Echo Show 5 — it's just $45 right now.
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Having an Amazon Echo in your home makes everyday things like checking out the weather, getting quick calculations and listening to music so much easier. But an Echo Show takes things to the next level, letting you do video chats with friends and loved ones, look at recipes and even watch your favorite shows. This Show has a 5.5-inch display that you can customize to feature pretty much whatever you want, including family photos. And, right now, it's $45 (marked down from $80). Choose between black and sandstone shades — they're both on sale. With more than 338,000 perfect reviews, this Echo Show is definitely a deal worth snagging. "The Echo Show 5 was easy to get set up and is great to use," a five-star fan said. "I have it by my bed and I really like the clock face. It's nice and big, easy to read with my old eyes."
Shop it: Echo Show 5, $45 (was $80), amazon.com
Basic black leggings are a must for any wardrobe and you can snag the popular Marika Women's Cameron High Rise Legging for just $13 (that's 52 percent off)! These comfy leggings feature a seamless high waistband that won't dig into your hips, and will accentuate your curves. The waistband features Powermesh fabric for slimming compression. The best about these leggings? They have a sizable pocket to hold your phone and other essentials. "I was skeptical about these leggings as I have found it very hard to find leggings that actually stay up while working out," a fan said. "The waistband on these leggings is amazing — wonderful quality and feel. The leggings are not too tight and I am just in LOVE with them."
Shop it: Marika Women's Cameron High Rise Tummy Control Legging, $13 (was $28), amazon.com
Ready to dive into the wonderful world of air frying? The Ninja AF101 air fryer cooks with up to 75 percent less fat than traditional frying methods. It has a wide temperature range, spanning from 105 to 400 degrees, so you can really get that nice crispy texture. This fryer has a four-quart basket and crisper plate to handle up to two pounds of French fries at once.
The Ninja air fryer has more than 23,000 perfect reviews. "Oh my goodness, I want to use this for everything," a satisfied customer said. "I like to think of this as a personal-sized convection oven on steroids. Veggie burgers crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. Roasted vegetables, fish sticks, chicken, burgers, fries, fish all with about 30-40 percent shorter cook times than the oven and only a three-minute preheat time (vs six to 10 oven minutes)."
Shop it: Ninja AF101 Air Fryer, $100 (was $120), amazon.com
People flip over Beats headphones and right now, Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones are $131 — that's $69 off! Been looking into upgrading your headphones? Now is the time to buy. Beats Solo3 headphones have an impressive 40 hours of battery life. Once you get low, you can recharge your set with Fast Fuel — and just five minutes of charging gives you three hours of playback. You can even take calls, use Siri and control your music from your headphones.
"These headphones are amazing!" raved a five-star reviewer. "The sound is great and clear...noise canceling when music is playing, basically noise canceling even when music isn’t playing. The battery life also lasts soooo long."
Shop it: Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones, $131 (was $200), amazon.com
Get a load of this machine: It's the slimmest Eufy RoboVac yet, at just 2.85 inches high. It automatically boosts suction power within 1.5 seconds when your floors require extra sucking power. And — this is pretty great — it vacuums for up to 100 minutes before it needs a recharge. An infrared sensor helps the vac evade obstacles, while drop-sensing tech keeps it from taking a tumble down your stairs.
"Best decision we ever made was buying this," a savvy Amazon shopper wrote. "We absolutely love this little thing! I'm sitting at my computer sipping a cappuccino while our RoboVac is whirring away keeping our whole house clean.... We've been running it for about 10 days now and it gathers a large amount of dirt and dust every day. It is slim enough that it easily gets underneath all the beds and most of the sofas and chairs, places that our upright vac couldn't get to."
Shop it: Eufy by Anker BoostIQ RoboVac 11S, $150 with on-page coupon (was $230), amazon.com
Want to see more Amazon deals? Check them out below:
· TCL 32-inch 3-Series HD Roku Smart TV, $188 (was $200), amazon.com
· Samsung Galaxy Buds+, $99 (was $150), amazon.com
· Apple EarPods with Lightning Connector, $15 (was $29), amazon.com
Smartwatch and tablet deals:
· Fitbit Ace 2 Activity Tracker for Kids, $40 (was $70), amazon.com
· Motorola Moto G Power, $220 (was $250), amazon.com
· Zonko 10-inch Tablet, $110 (was $140), amazon.com
· Watch Dogs: Legion, $33 (was $60), amazon.com
· Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, PlayStation 4, $45 (was $60), amazon.com
· C by GE On/Off Smart Plug, $10 (was $26), amazon.com
· Netgear Wi-Fi Range Extender EX6120, $40 (was $57), amazon.com
· Kasa Smart Plug Power Strip HS300, $50 (was $80), amazon.com
· Ninja Personal Blender for Shakes, $60 (was $70), amazon.com
· New York Biology Dead Sea Mud Mask, $11 (was $20), amazon.com
· ECOWISH Womens Colorblock Cardigan, $34 (was $42), amazon.com
· VALANDY High Waisted Leggings, $29 (was $39), amazon.com
· Downcool Premium Pillow, $24 (was $62), amazon.com
· YnM Weighted Blanket, $40 (was $80), amazon.com
· TEXARTIST Queen Mattress Pad, $33 (was $60), amazon.com
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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