Deal: Don’t Have an Emergency Kit? BioLite Packed One for You.

The discounted light, power and water bundles are only available in September

BioLite
BioLite
By Alex Lauer / September 5, 2019 7:41 am

Welcome to Kind of a Big Deal, a daily roundup of great sales on the brands and items you love (tech, shoes, style, travel, etc.), as well as great new products. Please note: Deals are subject to change at the whim of the merchants mentioned.

Emergency Preparedness Light, Power and Water Kits From BioLite

BioLite Limited-Edition Emergency Kits

If the power goes out or you lose access to clean water, do you have a plan in place? That’s one of the questions posed by National Preparedness Month, which takes place every September. It’s also a question that BioLite is solving with its limited-edition Emergency Kits. We’ve championed the off-grid gear company plenty of times before, but here they’ve bundled essential items into three sizes: a solo go-bag, an “apartment” bag for 2-4 people, and a larger family bag. Kits include things like solar-powered lights, headlamps, power banks, LifeStraw filters and even small solar panels. All are discounted compared to buying the items individually.

The Taylor Stitch Heavy Bag LS Tee on Sale at Huckberry

The Heavy Bag LS Tee

It’s heavyweight, but still super soft. The Cypress colorway is appropriate for fall, but it will stand out from all the boring flannels. It’s from Taylor Stitch, and it’s $24 off.

Ted Baker Bags on Sale at Nordstrom

Ted Baker Bags

Nordstrom’s summer sale advertises up to 40% off until September 8. But our favorite deals are actually 50% off on this Leebra Duffle and Airees Document Bag from Ted Baker.

More sales of note:

  • Eddie Bauer: Light jackets, down vests, flannels and everything else you need for fall, up to 50% off through the 11th. Plus, clearance items are an extra 50% off with code SUNBEAM.
  • Martenero Watches: Three timepieces from the micro-brand based in New York are on sale, with prices up to $150 off.

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