Morning Deals

Highlights From Buxr

  • HP: [Electronics] Presidents’ Day Sale with up to 50% off
  • Dell: [HDTV] Sharp AQUOS 37″ LC37D64U 1080p LCD HDTV for $699 w/ Free shipping
  • Dell: [Gadget] Linksys DMA 2100 Media Center Extender (Extend your video & photos to a TV) for $69.99 w/ coupon T$HTGVWRMFVKTH + $4.99 Shipping

Highlights From Dealhack

  • Dell Home: [Netbook] One-Day Sale: Inspiron Mini 9 Netbook $199
  • Music 123: [Musical Instruments] Save $30 to $75 off Instruments and Accessories with Coupon
  • Eddie Bauer: [Apparel] Save up to $40 on Most Clothing and Other Orders with Coupon

Highlights From Dealnews

  • GoldenGadgets: [iPod Case] Apple iPod nano Snap-On Crystal Case for 90 cents + $2 s&h
  • Musician’s Friend: [Disco Lights] Chauvet Vue II LED Moonflower DMX Lighting Effect for $70 + $8 s&h
  • Creative Labs: [Keyboard] Creative Spectre Gamer Keyboard for $20 + free shipping


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  1. Oranges w/ Cheese says:

    I need to buy a drill – any deals on drills?

    • cynical_bastard says:

      @Oranges w/ Cheese: I have never seen a really good deal on a drill that wasnt underpowered…

      • Oranges w/ Cheese says:

        @cynical_bastard: Well, I only need to screw a shelf into a wall and attach some clips to my cabinet doors.. I seriously doubt that would be a problem for any drill. I’m not planning on erecting a building :D

    • Rob Weddle says:

      Whatever @Oranges w/ Cheese: Whatever deal you find on a cordless drill (if that is what you’re shopping for), take that price and spend it on a corded drill. Not only will you get a better tool, but cordless tool batteries will always shit the bed when it comes to charge capacity and are a total waste of money.

      • lockdog says:

        @Rob Weddle: I used to agree, but then I discovered the 18volt harbor freight drill. It is a piece of crap for any really work, but for that quick around the house stuff it can’t be beat. And at $20 for a set that includes the drill, a few bits and a flashlight how can you go wrong.

        For any real work, I’m with you on a corded drill being by far the best bang for the buck. I’m almost never working on a project that can’t be reached by a cheap 100′ extension cord. On the other hand, those new LiOn cordless torque drivers are getting awesome. The demo unit we tried out would on a single charge would put over 100 3″ wood screws into treated 4×4 on a single charge, all in a drill about the size of my palm. I think it was a Metabo.

  2. Rob Weddle says:

    That Dell Mini 9 deal is out of this world. Too bad Dell has such a bad reputation with, you know, actually shipping them.

  3. Ben Mathes says:

    Worth noting that Dell has a Binding Arbitration clause (section 12 at []), something the consumerist has railed against (rightly so) in the past.