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If you want to look fly, check out Amazon’s today-only sale on various Adidas items, all of which are pretty firmly centered in the “athleisure” market. Snag a snazzy track jacket for $38.99, while Stan Smith sneakers are just $42. If you want to go full lounge-mode, you can snag some cuffed sweats for just $28.99. They’re even cool looking, so you won’t feel guilty going outside in them.
Mrs. Doubtfire ($3.99 to rent, $12.99 to own)
It’s been 23 years since Robin Williams’ Mrs. Doubtfire hit the world. Spend a little time this weekend taking a trip down nostalgia road by revisiting the movie, which is on sale right now on Amazon.
Step Brothers, This Is The End, Pineapple Express, Superbad, and more ($3.99 to rent, $9.99 to buy)
If you’re in the mood for something dirtier, Amazon has 16 different “raunchy comedies” for sale right now too, including most of the Seth Rogen and Jonah Hill catalogue. You can also check out 30 Minutes Or Less, Talladega Nights: The Ballad Of Ricky Bobby, and the Jack Black flop Year One, should you be into that kind of thing.
Homedics percussion action massager ($28.02, was $59.99)
Homedics deep kneading Shiatsu food massager ($38.70, was $59.99)
With the election mere days away, it’s safe to say that we can all use some stress relief. Knead away the knots with these Homedics products, which focus on back and foot relief. The Shiatsu foot massager has “easy to use toe-touch control,” as well as “six rotational heads for double the massage.” The back massager—which is actually a back massager, and not a wink-wink “back massager”—uses percussion and heat to provide relief. With dual pivoting heads and an ergonomic handle, it’s said to “bring relaxation wherever you need it most.”
Petzi WiFi pet camera and treat dispenser ($159.96, was $169.95)
Ever wanted to keep an eye on your pet while you’re at work or on the road? Now you can with Petzi, which also allows you to launch an occasional treat to your dog, cat, ferret, cow, or whatever. Petzi even has high-quality speakers, so you can talk to your pet through the Petzi app, as well as capture pictures of them via the Petzi camera.
Go-Comb stainless steel wallet comb ($10.49, was $13.99)
Sometimes you just need to run a comb through your hair on the go. Go-Comb puts that comb in your actual wallet, meaning you’ll never leave home without at least one hairbrush again. It’s pretty convenient, and even works on beards.
PancakeBot 3-D food printer ($235.98, was $299.99)
3-D printing is supposedly the wave of the future for healthcare and all sorts of other industries, but it can also be delicious. That’s the message behind the PancakeBot, which lets you print pancakes based on any design, image, or text. While you’re responsible for not burning them, the actual PancakeBot interface seems pretty user-friendly and self-explanatory, meaning if you purchase this, you’re only days away from churning out A.V. Club logo pancakes.
AquaSprouts garden ($144.95, was $169.95)
With the AquaSprouts garden, you can transform any 10-gallon fish tank into a sustainable garden. With aquaponics, you can use your fish’s waste to help feed your basil, and vice versa. It’s the circle of life, in your own home.