Get the Lego Boost Creative Toolbox STEM toy — perfect for kids and parents — for $128 – CNET

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Whenever I encounter a great deal on a Lego kit, I wonder if it's more for the parents or the kids. I know that as my own kids grew up, I was often just as obsessed with Legos as they were. And when you combine motors, sensors, Bluetooth and simple drag-and-drop visual programming, you've got the recipe for the world's best STEM toy for kids and parents alike. The Lego Boost Creative Toolbox 17101 is a programmable 840-piece kit that regularly sells for $160. Right now, you can get the Lego Boost Creative Toolbox 17101 for $128 at Best Buy.

The box is marked for ages 7 to 12, but let's be real: I'd play with this kit in a heartbeat, and I am several times that max age. It follows the build-code-play philosophy of many STEM toys; you can build a Lego creation using the motor and sensors (it includes a color sensor and a distance sensor) and then program it using the mobile app for your phone or tablet. The set includes a slew of games and interactive activities that challenge your kid's logic and coding skills.

Central to the Boost system is the Move Hub, a device that acts like the brain of whatever you create. It has Bluetooth for connectivity to your phone as well as motors, lights, and a tilt sensor. You can build literally anything you can imagine, or start out with the MTR4 (the Multi-Tooled Rover 4) by following the kit's instructions -- and then customize it as you see fit. 

I don't know how long this deal will last, but probably not long. It's full price at Target and the official Lego site, and only available from third parties at Amazon. Grab it while you can. And if you want to learn more, you can read CNET's review of the Lego Boost system

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Hear TV dialog the way it was meant to be heard with the Zvox soundbar, on sale for $140 – CNET

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Please don't go for the easy joke -- yes, I know that my ears are getting older. But that's beside the point. The speakers built into modern TVs are terrible and do a lousy job of reproducing dialog. Compound that problem with the fact that many modern TV shows go for a more realistic approach to sound design, which means actors intentionally mumble their way through pivotal scenes. One solution is to turn on subtitles. Or you can, like Cheapskate Rick keeps suggesting, get a soundbar. A soundbar like the Zvox AccuVoice AV157 dramatically improves your TV's audio, and in particular is designed to enhance dialog. Right now, you can get the $300 Zvox AccuVoice AV157 speaker for $140 -- that's 53% off.

That's quite a deal. First of all, let me point out that this is a higher-end model than the AV155 which Rick recently tried out and lauded. While the AV155 has six different levels of dialogue enhancement, this AV157 has 12 levels. You can precisely dial in exactly how much audio boost you need for the center channel dialog.

There's also a feature called Output Leveling, which prevents big spikes in volume (like when commercials come on or there's a noisy action scene). That's almost worth the price of admission all on its own, because it prevents bumbling around for the remote to raise and lower volume like you're on some sort of audio roller coaster.

The AccuVoice soundbar features three full-range speakers (center channel as well as left and right) in a frame that's 17 inches long and 3 inches high. It works with Alexa, automatically turning down the TV volume whenever you ask it a question. And it supports Dolby Digital decoding as well.

This deal should be available now through June 1, or while supplies last. 

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Save 67% on a car gadget that diagnoses error codes, translates mechanic-to-English – CNET

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Your car's dashboard is probably more useless than the sea of unlabeled technicolor lights on the bridge of Captain Kirk's Enterprise. Check engine light? For what? What's wrong? That's the problem that OBD2 sensors try to address; plug one into your car's onboard diagnostic port (OBD2, for short) and the sensor can send detailed information to an app on your phone to let you know about the health and well-being of your car. Fixd makes a popular OBD2 sensor that usually costs $60. Right now, you can get a Fixd sensor for just $20 when you buy it directly from Fix-d.

Fixd's isn't the only OBD2 sensor in town, but it has a great reputation, with a score of 4.1 out of 5 stars based on 4,700 ratings on Amazon (where it's currently selling for the full price of $60). The scanner itself plugs into the OBD2 port -- every car made since 1996 should have one, and Fixd says it works with hybrid cars, too -- and syncs with your phone via Bluetooth. It's able to diagnose about 7,000 error codes and tries to translate them into plain English so you don't just know what component is failing, but how severe the problem is and what the implications of the issue are.

The mobile app can sync with multiple Fixd sensors, so you can monitor the health of every car in your household from a single phone. And speaking of monitoring, Fixd also knows your maintenance schedule and can remind you to schedule service as needed. 

Unlike some OBD2 sensors, the Fixd sensor is focused just on car maintenance -- it's not also a security device or GPS tracker. But I'd say that's an advantage, because it reduces the cost and complexity, and lets Fixd focus on just letting you stay a step ahead of your car and your auto mechanic. 

Update: Get a second FixD for $14. I haven't confirmed this, but a CNET reports that when you buy a FixD, you immediately get an email offering you 30% off your next purchase. You could apply that discount to a second FixD, which would cost just $14. That's two for $34. 

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Protect for less: Save 25% on phone cases and almost everything else at Speck – CNET

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Your phone is in a case, right? Carrying a naked phone around is tempting fate, as Cheapskate Rick found out firsthand recently when he dropped his unprotected phone "for the first time, ever." You can hear him relate that story in this week's Cheapskate Show podcast, embedded below this article. But I digress. I recently told you about a handful of cheap ways to encase your AirPods case, and now I have a 25% discount to share on all manner of phone cases. From now through the weekend, you can save 25% on almost anything at phone case retailer Speck.

I've been a fan of Speck for many years. Speck cases are generally smartly priced, come in a million designs and styles and are available for more phones than you can shake a stick at. (Note: Don't shake sticks at phones. It's weird and pointless.) Speck offers cases for most iPhones and Samsung phones, MacBooks and iPads, plus a broad selection of cases for phones from Google, LG, Motorola, Asus, Huawei, ZTE and many others. Basically, if you need a case for a phone that exists, I bet you can find it at Speck. 

There are some notable exceptions to the 25% off sale. Despite the "sitewide" status, iPhone SE cases aren't discounted, for example, which is a bummer if you just picked up a new phone. Nor are cases for the iPhone 8 or certain limited-edition products. But for the most part everything else is discounted, including cases for the iPhone 11 family and the Samsung Galaxy S20, and Speck's awesome backpacks

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Protect your AirPods: 5 cases under $15 – CNET

Your AirPods came with a handy little case that protects the earbuds during charging and storage. I've dropped mine while literally standing on a ladder (don't ask) and the AirPods came through unscathed. But what protects the case itself? It'll survive a lot of spills just fine, but one of these days you'll drop your AirPods at just the right angle to cause the case to undergo a rapid, unintentional disassembly. If you worry about that eventuality, maybe you should slip your case into its own case. Here's a collection of cases I picked with an eye on budget -- you can get any of these for less than $15.

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The AirPods case is fairly rugged to begin with, so I don't feel like you need to enclose it in a mil-spec-rated ruggedized case for safety -- a thin layer of silicone should do. There are a lot of cases like this one under $10 or so that include a dust cover for the charging port, let the LED shine through and have a loop for a D-ring, but this one is also resistant to water, which could come in handy at the beach or while standing over the sink.

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In a sense, the Mobosi Military AirPods Case Cover is pretty typical -- it's a rubberized case that you slip over your AirPods case, and it comes with a secure mount for a D-ring. But the gorgeous diagonal ribbing gives this case a military sort of vibe, and helps grippability at the same time. 

Right now, this $15 case is available for 5% off when you click the coupon on the product page.

Elago

Most cases are very functional -- just impact-resistant sleeves for your AirPods case. But we need some whimsy in our lives, which is why I love this surprisingly detailed mini car. The headlights and taillights glow in the dark, and the solid silicone mold means it's as shock-absorbent as Flubber. Despite its shape, it doesn't interfere with wireless charging, either.

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Your AirPods Pro slide into this silicone case that's available in over a dozen colors. The LED charging light is visible, the case doesn't interfere with wireless charging and the whole thing is water-resistant.

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Most cases are soft, rubberized silicone, but the Ztotop Case for AirPods Pro is a combination of silicone and TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane), which results in an impact-resistant hard shell. The top of the cover uses adhesive to keep it attached to the hinged lid of the case, and it comes with a D-ring that attaches to a hard point on the case. It's open on the bottom to allow wired charging, and it doesn't interefere with wireless charging.

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No more under-the-tongue temp checks: This infrared forehead thermometer is 42% off – CNET

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It's the 21st century. You'd think we'd have been ways to take someone's temperature by now without sticking a tube full of mercury into their mouth (or a part of the body that's even less pleasant). And there is! Infrared forehead thermometers have become popular both in doctor's offices and at home in recent years because they're fast and easy (there's no need to lodge something under your tongue) and they're completely contact-free, which means less equipment to sterilize. I know a few people who have gotten in the habit of testing their temperature first thing in the morning to see if they have COVID symptoms, so when I saw the Berrcom IR thermometer, I thought it was the perfect gadget for our pandemic age.  While inventory lasts, Daily Steals is offering the Berrcom IR thermometer for $46 when you use discount code CNETBTH at checkout.

That's a CNET-exclusive deal, about 42% off the regular price of $80, and is the lowest price I could find anywhere. (Amazon recently dropped its price to $47, so I managed to convince Daily Steals to beat that for this deal.)

This is a fairly new product, so there are virtually no reviews online, but it's listed as a "#1 bestseller" at B&H. Berrcom uses standard infrared tech to measure the temporal artery temperature in a radar gun-like form factor from a distance of 1-2 inches from the forehead, and displays the result on a digital display that's automatically color-coded so you know if it's out of the normal range. It also remembers the last 32 readings, and you can use the device to measure the temperature of other things as well, like baby bottles.

This isn't the only alternative to traditional thermometers.  There's tympanic thermometry, for example, which uses an infrared probe in the ear canal, and axillary thermometry (under the armpit) which is mostly for infants. Berrcom says that this forehead sensor is more precise than methods like tympanic readings, though, and it's super easy to use. I am definitely grabbing one of these for myself. Goodbye, under-the-tongue thermometer.  

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Rock on: Get a Marshall Woburn II Bluetooth speaker for $400 – CNET

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There's no question that Marshall is leveraging its iconic history as the amplifier that powered decades of rock and roll in its Bluetooth speakers, and I am fine with that. All of Marshall's speakers look more or less like vintage stage amps, but perhaps no more so than the Woburn II, which measures 16 x 12 x 7.9 inches and weighs 19 pounds  -- it's as big as a typical practice amp, so it doesn't look like a dollhouse amplifier. From the analog dials on top to the leather-wrapped case to the classic speaker grille in front, it looks like the real deal, but it's a Bluetooth speaker. From now through June 1, you can get the Marshall Woburn II Bluetooth speaker for $400, which is $100 off the usual price.

The Woburn II is a fully modern Bluetooth 5 speaker that supports high-fidelity aptX audio, and when used with Marshall's mobile app, you can tweak the audio with a five-band equalizer, or just use the bass and treble controls on the top of the amp… I mean, speaker. In addition to Bluetooth (which can connect to two different devices), there's an AUX-in port so you can plug in an external sound source. One thing to be aware of: This isn't a portable speaker, so there's no battery in there. You need to plug it in to use it.

Bonus Marshall deal: If you're in the market for a set of headphones and love the classic Marshall vibe, take a look at the Marshall Major III wireless on-Ear headphones. These are also Bluetooth and aptX-compatible, and are finished in the same leather wrap as the Woburn II. Right now, the Marshall Major III is available for $80, which is 47% off the usual price of $150.

Like the amp-inspired speakers, I love the vintage look of these headphones, yet they offer modern creature comforts like 30 hours of runtime between charges and an on-ear knob to control playback, volume and power. 

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Best Buy’s best Memorial Day 2020 deals are happening now – CNET

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Memorial Day weekend is in full swing, though it's likely to play out quite a bit differently than usual thanks to the global pandemic -- there will be fewer group outings and backyard BBQs, for example. But one thing that isn't changing this year is the deals, and Best Buy is fully on board with its annual Memorial Day Weekend sale. The sale, which features electronics, appliances, computer gear and other stuff from all over the store, runs through Monday. Best Buy has rounded up all its deal on the Memorial Day Sale page.

Remeber: The sale ends Monday, May 25 at midnight Central Time (which is 1 a.m. ET Tuesday morning) and prices are always "while supplies last," so deals may expire sooner if items sell out. Don't want to spend your day browsing Best Buy? You're in luck. We've done some of the hard work for you. We've scanned all the deal and rounded up five of the best. Here are the deal we're excited about, and enjoy your weekend!

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Going to Starbucks isn't as easy as it was before the pandemic, so making coffee at home is getting popular again. The Keurig K50 makes it easy with single-serving K-Cup pods. Right now the K50 in blue is $30 off -- but the black and red models are still full price. 

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  The 65-inch Vizio P-Series is a 4K UHD smart TV with five HDMI inputs, USB and Ethernet ports. It's compatible with Apple AirPlay and HomeKit, which lets you share images and video from mobile devices easily. More local dimming zones and higher contrast compared to Vizio's M8 give this a leg up, along with 120Hz capability and a pair of 10-watt speakers.

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Usually $350, the  Sony WH-1000XM3 is one of CNET's favorite noise-canceling headphones. They're lightweight and comfortable, have great active noise cancelation, and the long battery life makes them headphones you can get a whole day of use out of.  Read CNET's review of the Sony WH-1000XM3.

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According to my dad, the traditional way to recover from a strenuous workout was to fight a bear. These days, percussive therapy massage guns are a much better option. Best Buy is offering the Hyperice Hypervolt Plus for $349, which is $100 off the usual price.  The Hypervolt Plus is the second-generation Hyperice percussive massager.  Despite being powered by a 90-watt high-torque motor, it's notably quiet -- you can read more in CNET's roundup of the best percussive massage guns for 2020

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Sony's WF-1000XM3 true wireless noise cancelling earbuds are easy to love -- in CNET's roundup of the best-sounding wireless earbuds, David Carnoy said they were among the best sounding wireless earbuds and perhaps exceeded the performance of more expensive models. Right now, you can get them for $32 off the usual price. 

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Look sharp! Save 30% on designer glasses and frames at GlassesUSA – CNET

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GlassesUSA is one of our favorite sites for buying prescription eyeglasses online -- its inventory is often more affordable than premium alternatives like Warby Parker and the site has clever features like the Virtual Mirror, which lets you see what you'd look like with particular frames.  And yes, there is a great selection of designer frames here, but if you're on a budget, you can actually get out the door with an in-house brand for under $40. If it's time for you to refresh your prescription, we've got some deals to help you out. Right now, you can get 30% off your entire GlassesUSA order -- including frames and lenses -- if are buying designer frames using coupon code CBS30.

This deal includes both eyeglasses and prescription sunglasses and covers brands like Gucci, Versace, Tom Ford, Persol, Armani, Muse x Hilary Duff, Ray-Ban and Oakley. Moreover, the discount also includes lens upgrades like mirrored, polarized, tinted and transition lenses.

There is a little fine print, however: This discount doesn't apply to contact lenses or try-at-home glasses.

Don't want to get a designer frame? We still have your back. You can get 65% off any GlassesUSA in-house brand frames (though that's just the frames -- not the lenses). To get the discount, apply coupon code CNET65 at checkout. Either way, one of these codes will work, no matter what you're ordering. 

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Last chance for these Memorial Day 2020 deals: Lenovo laptop, Vizio 4K TV, exercise gear, vacuum, and more – CNET

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The holiday weekend is winding down, but you still have a chance to score big on Memorial Day deals. This list has everything you need to know in order to save a few dollars on laptops, kitchen gadgets, mattresses or bedding, from the original list price to the coupon code. Be sure to check out all the laptops that Lenovo has on sale, as well as the top kitchen gadgets at Wayfair. On top of those, I've rounded up the most intriguing Memorial Day deals for you on select items from major online stores below. Memorial Day savings are still out there to be had!

Hydrow

I don't know if Hydrow appreciates this comparison or not, but you can think of the Hydrow Rower as the Peleton of row machines. This solidly constructed exerciser is made of aluminum and steel, and includes a 22-inch HD touchscreen for displaying hundreds of immersive workouts. As well as the rower, you'll need a $38 per month subscription to take advantage of the online classes. Right now, you can save $100 on the price of the machine itself when you use promo code CNET100 at checkout. 

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I've said it before, and I'll say it again: An air fryer is the most useful gadget in the kitchen, even though it doesn't use oil and therefore doesn't actually fry anything. It's amazing with wings and fries, and cooks everything with less fat and calories than traditional oil frying.

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Our favorite two-in-one laptop for the business set, the ThinkPad X1 Yoga boasts an abundance of hardware options and security features all wrapped up in a thin, light aluminum frame. When you apply discount code THINKMEMORIAL, it's very nearly half off. This model features a 14-inch display  (it's FHD with a 1,920x1,080-pixel resolution) and an antiglare finish, and you get the compatible ThinkPad Pen Pro stylus as well. Under the hood, you get a 10th-gen Core i5 CPU, 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. Read our Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (4th Gen) review.

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CNET hasn't reviewed the Tineco A10, but it's well-loved on Amazon, with four stars from over 3,400 ratings. It has a powerful 350-watt motor, runs for about 25 minutes between charges and converts easily to a handheld vacuum. 

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The best job I ever had was the one in which I had a one-mile commute to the office, so I got to ride a OneWheel motorized skateboard to the office every day. You can get the same wind-in-your-hair excitement from a Bird One electric scooter which has a range of about 25 miles and a top speed of 18 mph. And with built-in GPS, you'll never lose it. 

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The 65-inch Vizio P-Series is a 4K UHD smart TV with five HDMI inputs, USB and Ethernet ports. It's compatible with Apple AirPlay and HomeKit, which lets you share images and video from mobile devices easily. More local dimming zones and higher contrast compared to Vizio's M8 give this a leg up, along with 120Hz capability and a pair of 10-watt speakers. 

It was $200 off for Memorial Day, and that deal is gone. You haven't missed out completely, though; you can still get $100 off right now. 

Nanoleaf

You might already know Nanoloaf's cool, futuristic LED light panels that are HomeKit, Alexa and Google Home compatible. They're also interactive by voice and touch, and you can sync them up to your music and home entertainment system. From now through the end of the month, you can save 10% on three lighting panels:

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Brava is a countertop oven that's not really a toaster oven, nor is it a microwave. Instead, Brava uses a combination of visible and infrared light to cook food faster than by traditional methods. The system's combination of sensors, camera and independent heating zones lets you put all the components of a meal on the same oven tray so everything is cooked properly and completed at the same time. Right now, you can save $200 on any of Brava's three packages:

  • The Brava Starter Set is $895 (down from $1,095)
  • The Bake & Breakfast is $1,095 (down from $1,295)
  • The Chef's Choice is $1,295 (down from $1,495)

All three models feature the same Brava oven but vary by included accessories. You can see all the details at Brava. 

Jackbox Games

What kind of holiday would it be without a game from Jackbox, like a Jackbox Party Pack, Drawful 2 or Quiplash? Jackbox had been running a sitewide sale for several weeks, and unfortunately, most of the best deals are gone now. But you can still apply discount code CNET at checkout, which nets you 10% off whatever the current price is -- sale or otherwise. 

HostGator is a full-service hosting company, with plans for almost any need. The service not only allows more sophisticated site builders to customize their dedicated or virtual server, but you can also choose between Linux and Windows hosting -- and there's a 45-day money-back guarantee. You can still get 70% off any annual shared hosting package, and includes free domain registration as well. To take advantage of the deal, use coupon code MAY70 at checkout.

Brooklyn Bedding

Brooklyn Bedding offers a variety of American-made mattresses and bedding. Now through June 2, everything on the site is 25% off when you apply discount code MEMORIAL25 at checkout. But even when the sale is over, military, first responders, medical professionals, teachers and students can continue to take advantage of the 25% discount year-round. 

Nest Bedding

Nest Bedding is a family-owned, factory direct, bedding and mattress company with a half-dozen mattresses to choose from. Every mattress comes with a 100-night free trial, free exchange and free return policy. From now through May 31, Nest is offering 25% off your entire cart when you purchase any mattress. 

Burrow

Burrow offers a broad selection of furniture like seating, tables, shelf units, rugs and accessories. Burrow designs are characterized by modern aesthetics, innovative touches (like integrating USB chargers into seating units) and modular designs. The modular approach means the shipping and delivery costs are often dramatically lower than traditional furniture. Now through the end of May, using coupon code MDW, you can save up to $600 on purchases across the site, depending upon how much you spend:

  • Save 10% on purchases up to $1,499
  • Save $200 10% on purchases over $1,500
  • Save $250 10% on purchases over $1,800
  • Save $300 10% on purchases over $2,200
  • Save $400 10% on purchases over $2,600
  • Save $500 10% on purchases over $3,000
  • Save $600 10% on purchases over $4,000
Amerisleep

Amerisleep offers free shipping, a 20-year warranty and 100-night trials for its sleep products. Until May 30, you can get 30% off Americsleep's best-selling mattress, the AS3, when you apply discount code MD30 at checkout.

In addition, you can get $1,500 off an Amerisleep adjustable bed, dropping the cost of a $3,139 set to $2,511. The discount is applied automatically at checkout. 

Originally published earlier this week. Regularly updated with the latest Memorial Day Sale deals. 

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