The Wirecutter's best deals: Save over $200 on a 60-inch Vizio LED TV

Other picks include the Plantronics Voyager Edge Bluetooth headset and CyberPower surge suppressor.

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The Wirecutter's best deals: Save over $200 on a 60-inch Vizio LED TV

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You may have already seen Engadget posting reviews from our friends at The Wirecutter. Now, from time to time, we'll also be publishing their recommended deals on some of their top picks. Read on, and strike while the iron is hot -- some of these sales could expire mighty soon.

Plantronics Voyager Edge Bluetooth Headset

Street price: $89; MSRP: $130; deal price: $72

A great sale on a headset we haven't seen many discounts on in the past few months. It's down to $72 via a couple Amazon third party sellers and fulfilled through Amazon, so stock is likely to be limited.

The Plantronics Voyager Edge is our pick for the best Bluetooth headset. Nick Guy said, "A panel of Wirecutter writers and editors agreed that its outgoing audio sounded better than that of other models, and its incoming-call quality is also excellent. Although it didn't prove to be the single most impressive model in terms of battery life or range, its performance in those categories was still quite good. And although no headset is perfect for all ears, another panel of testers said that the Voyager Edge was one of the most comfortable."

Vizio M60-C3 60-Inch LED TV

Street price: $1,200; MSRP: $1,300; deal price: $980

While we saw a lot of deals around $1,100 and eventually $1,000 after Black Friday, this TV shot back up to $1,200 and stayed there for the past few months. This new price isn't substantially lower than the best we've seen, but it is over $200 better than the current street price.

The Vizio M60-C3 is our runner-up pick for the best TV. Chris Heinonen said, "If the Samsung is unavailable (or if you just want a bigger screen for your dollar) we recommend the Vizio M-Series. It also looks very good most of the time but falls behind the Samsung when it comes to very dark scenes and motion. The 32-zone dynamic backlight helps to improve dark scenes, but the flaws of a dynamic backlight are much more visible on a 65-inch TV than they are on the 43-inch version we picked for our favorite $500(ish) TV."

CyberPower CSP300WU Surge Suppressor

Street price: $14; MSRP: $19; deal price: $4

A big $10 drop below the street price makes this a super affordable surge protector you can toss into every piece of luggage you own. The catch here is that this price has made it an add-on item, so you'll need to purchase at least $25 total to get free shipping.

The CyberPower CSP300WU Surge Suppressor is our runner-up pick for the best surge protector for travel. Nick Guy said, "CyberPower's CSP300WU is the second best option, but we're not huge fans of it—it's simply the best option out of all the rest. It blocks the second outlet on a wall plate, and folding down the prongs is particularly tough. The outlets are also closer together than we'd like and it's physically larger than our top pick. But despite all that, it has the same number of outlets and USB ports as the Home or Away, and a higher joule rating of 918. USB performance is identical."

Logitech Harmony 350 Universal Remote

Street price: $38; MSRP: $50; deal price: $32

While we did see a drop to $27 last month, we don't traditionally see too many deals on this particular remote, so we consider $32 a good price on it.

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."

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