Street price: $150; MSRP: $250; deal price: $128
Here's a great deal for marathon gamers on this high-end gaming headset. This is the first good sale we've seen on this product since it became a pick, and you'll save $22 off the street price. The deal is only available on the white model of the headset, which runs a little cheaper than the black version.
The Sennheiser GAME ONE is the upgrade pick in our guide on the best gaming headset. Dennis Burger said, "Sennheiser's GAME ONE may cost more than most are looking to spend, but its spacious sound, stunning bass performance, and noise-cancelling mic make it worth the premium for serious gamers."
Street price: $170; MSRP: $170; deal price: $136 with code 420
The first great sale we've seen on this model since we published our guide. Use the code 420 to knock 20% off of the price, which brings it down to $136.
The Grenco Science G Pen Elite is our pick for the best portable vaporizer. Mark Smirniotis wrote, "This pint-sized vaporizer produces vapor that will convert any smoker and is easy to use thanks to high-end features like precision controls, a clear display, and Micro-USB charging."
He had this to say about the quality, "The Elite produced vapor at a quality level that surprised all of our testers given the its small stature and price. While its vapor tasted a bit more cooked and looked a little thinner than higher-end models set to the same temperatures, it was still pleasant and always reliable."
Street price: $27; MSRP: $30; deal price: $22
The best price we've seen by a few bucks on this stylus. It tends to idle around $30, though recently we've seen it trending in the $27 range, with a brief one-day drop to $24.
The Adonit Jot Pro is our iPad stylus pick. The Wirecutter staff wrote, "The best stylus for most people using an iPad Air or iPad mini is Adonit's newly redesigned Jot Pro. The Jot Pro is an elegant, comfortable-to-hold accessory that allows for precise input, thanks to the company's unique disc tip."
Street price: $37; MSRP: $50; deal price: $27
This is the best price we've seen on our budget pick. While it's only a $10 drop, the street price is already an affordable $37. For comparison, we've seen our top pick for universal remote, the 650, drop down to $53.
The Logitech Harmony 350 is our budget pick for the best universal remote. Darryl Wilkinson and Grant Clauser said, "It misses out on the 650's great Help feature and display, but controls eight devices at a cheaper price."
They went on to write, "However, there are a few things that keep it from being our overall pick. The loss of the screen means it isn't as simple to use. Also, its buttons aren't backlit, which is a big deal if you're trying to use the remote in the dark (which is most of the time for a lot of us). It also lacks the interactive help feature, which we find... you guessed it, helpful."
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