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Apply coupon code EE50 to get $50 off.
Final price is $280 with free delivery.
Note, Electronic Express has some poor reviews (and here too), so this deal is a little risky.
If you're willing to spend more for less risk, Amazon.com sells it for $20 more plus tax.
This TV has been our recommended pick for best value since 2017.
Its HDR picture gives vibrant colors and deep blacks, and its built-in 4K Roku provides streaming video directly on the TV.
It can be fully controlled by the included remote and the Roku mobile app.
As many reviewers also say, it's a great TV but not the best... a sharp picture but not as sharp as TVs that cost twice as much.
It's not the best quality (some people had bad experiences dealing with TCL support), but most people had no issues.
Our TCL 55S405 has been mounted on the wall of our living room for the last year and a half, without any issues.
- 6,700mAh Portable Battery Charger for $17
RavPower is our favorite brand of portable battery chargers, for their price and quality.
We used their brand to charge our devices for years, and continue to be a reliable battery while on-the-go.
This RavPower portable battery charger is very light, weighing 4.89 ounces (0.3 pounds), which is about the weight of a D battery.
Its 6,700mAh capacity can fully charge a dead phone's battery 2-3 times, so charging and bringing the RavPower with you to an event or on an airplane means your phone will have a charge all day.
Sunvalley Brands, an Amazon seller, is offering it for $17 after clicking the $1 coupon under the $17.99 price.
Available in silver or pink color for $1 more.
- Netgear Arlo 3-Camera Home Security System for $180
Netgear Arlo Wireless Home Security System with 3 cameras and required base station for $220, and coupon code EMCTATY28 applies $40 off in the cart.
It's a cheap way to get 3 surveillance camears around a home.
The included base station acts as a wireless hub for the cameras, and stores up to 7 days of camera footage in Netgear's cloud for free.
Access live and recorded footage from a mobile device.
If you're looking for something quick and simple without having to run wires outside, this is a good price for a 3-camera system.
However, our experience with Netgear Arlo is not that great.
The night vision is fair, hard to see detail.
The wireless cameras come with batteries that last 2-8 weeks (depending on the distance from the base station).
Replacing the batteries are inconvenient and gets pricey over time.
To save battery life, the Arlo waits until it detects motion before recording, but does not start recording fast enough.
People and vehicles have often passed by the camera, making many of the recorded videos useless.
However, if you cannot run electrical wires to places where you want to surveil, the Arlo may be one of the cheapest and best options available today.
We have a couple Amcrest cameras near entryways of our home, which work quite well.
This model is for indoor-use only, and took time to configure properly, but has a lot of nice features, works independently without needing its own base hub, and uploads photos & videos to our own FTP server.
- 8,000mAh Portable Battery Charger $11.69
Most 8,000mAh portable battery chargers sell for around $20, and Monoprice is selling theirs today for $11.69.
Charges up to 2 devices at once.
Has 2-amp total output, so it can charge 2 phones or 1 tablet.
- Amcrest Surveillance Camera $51 (expired)
Amcrest IP2M-841W (White color) Surveillance Camera with Remote-Controlled Pan/Tilt for $51 currently.
This white-color model has been rarely priced under $60, but the black model has been on sale for $41 to $50 a few times over the last few weeks.
We like the white model, because it matches the color of our walls, hiding the camera more than the black does.
The software has a lot of features, including controlling the pan & tilt from a phone, and 2-way communication.
It does take a while to figure out all the settings, since the documentation is fairly poor and the software has a lot of menus.
So, this is more of a camera for hackers who want to tweak settings to their liking, versus a Nest or Arlo camera which are a lot easier.
We had one 3-year old Amcrest IP2M-841W that died recently, so keep in mind, there are a lot of cheap surveillance cameras priced about the same.
Shop around before buying.
We still like the Amcrest brand because of the tweakable settings and ability to store images and videos on a private FTP server, but the camera's build quality will not be better than many other China-made cameras.