Kind of a Big Deal: September 22nd

Today in deals: Standing desks, 4K TVs, hoodies and more

By The Editors

 
Kind of a Big Deal Sept. 22nd
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22 September 2017

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.

Calvin Klein Basics
East Dane is currently offering 25% off Calvin Klein underwear, which actually includes underwear, undershirts, socks, sweats and more.

Todd Snyder Full Zip Hoodie
This hoodie in a black mix is currently on sale for 50% off. Made from heavyweight speckled fleece and Italian nylon, it offers a sleek look.

LG 60” UHD 4K Smart TV
Rich colors, built-in streaming apps, voice recognition ... all well and good, but the selling point here is a futuristic television that’s a whopping 62% off (down to $749).

The Action Jacket
The selling point here is a removable device cinching system that keeps your phone close to you while you’re on the run. Besides that, this layer is water- and stain-repellant, lightweight, packs down into a tiny ball and features an adjustable contour hood, multiple hidden pockets and several strategic air vents. Pre-orders starting at $105.

SmartDesk 3
They’re calling it the “the world’s first AI-powered workstation” — basically, this touchscreen-enabled, motorized standing desk will your habits and suggest when to sit, stand, request a ride or order food. In limited quantity, it’s new starting at $599 (with free shipping and a 30-day trial period).

ALTMAN 2-Pack Ice Cube Trays
Silicone sphere and molds for cocktail-bar worthy drinks. Now $12, or 60% off.

House of Future Sneakers
These high- and low-top kicks are 50% off at Nordstrom — they feel and look like leather, repel moisture, look awesome. 

Plus: On Friday, CheapCaribbean will donating 50 percent of all its booking profits to hurricane-relief efforts through Tourism Cares.

Nota bene: If you buy through these links, InsideHook may earn a small share of the profits on some items

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