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Sunday's Best : Running Gear, Wireless Router, RAVPower Filehub, and More


NewsHubRunning gear for the new year, a TP-Link wireless router , the 5-in-1 RAVPower Filehub , and more lead Sunday’s best deals.
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ExceptionalSheets’ bamboo mattress pads do three things to improve your sleeping experience:
Today only, Amazon’s marking every size down by $20-$30. This is a Gold Box deal though, so don’t sleep on it.
Doing the whole “new year, new me” thing? Maybe you should take advantage of Amazon’s one-day deal on running gear. Everything from cold weather clothing to wearables is marked down. But don’t delay, since this is a Gold Box, it’ll run away at the end of the day.
If you’re in the market for a router that’s a million times better than the one the cable company doles out when you sign up for internet, this one may be your answer. The TP-Link AC1200 boasts dual band 1200Mbps WiFi for all your gaming and internetting needs for only $60.
Right now, you can get RAVPower’s Filehub today for its best price ever (at least in black), which is actually two travel-friendly devices in one: A 3,000mAh USB battery pack, and a file streamer that can let you access files on USB flash drives and SD cards wirelessly from your phone or tablet. That’s perfect for, say, watching movies on a plane when your tablet is low on space.
A wall charger with QuickCharge is something you should always have lying around (if your device is compatible). So for $5 with the code ITSVP356, it’s pretty stupid not to buy this Mpow charger.
If you don’t have room for a full at-home gym, this folding treadmill is a great option. With ProShox cushioning to help your knees and iPod connectivity to make you hate running just a little less, it’s a great solution to hitting your resolution target of working out more.
Inflatable hot tubs might look a little bit cheap, but for $300 , I’m willing to forgive it. This model has great reviews, can accommodate 4-6 people (depending on how much you like them, I guess) and normally sells for around $400.
Who doesn’t like saving money with their khakis (I bet Jake from Statefarm does).

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