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u/theyre_whores_im_in · 1 pointr/deals

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Mac MTH-80

The best chef’s knife for most people

>With its super-sharp edge, its sleek, tapered shape, and its comfortable handle, this knife will make your everyday dicing and slicing tasks smoother and quicker.

>Every kitchen should have a chef’s knife — it’s the most versatile piece in any cutlery set, and it will make food prep on Thanksgiving and every other day faster and easier. The Mac MTH-80 has been the top pick in our guide to chef’s knives since 2013, a choice backed by 120 hours of research, interviews with experts and chefs, and tests that involved chopping more than 70 pounds of produce. The Mac is universally comfortable, and it has proven that it can stay sharp through regular use, even in our busy test kitchen. Other knives to consider for preparing a Thanksgiving meal: a paring knife for delicate tasks, and a serrated knife for slicing bread, root vegetables, and even meat.

Price: $145 (17% OFF)

Proteak TeakHaus Rectangle Edge Grain Cutting Board with Hand Grip

The best wood cutting board

>This beautiful, eco-conscious teak board requires more careful cleaning than a plastic board, but it felt better under a knife and was easier to maintain than the other wood boards we tested.

>If you want a hefty wood cutting board (which looks better and is easier on your knives), we recommend the Proteak TeakHaus Rectangle Edge Grain Cutting Board with Hand Grip. It’s thick enough to stay in place and resist warping, but it isn’t so heavy that you can’t easily move it around. It can also double as a serving board for a cheese spread before dinner. For carving the Thanksgiving turkey, check out the Proteak Teakhaus 24-by-18-inch board, a larger version of our pick that has a juice groove.

Price: $85 (12% OFF)

Cuisinart Custom 14-Cup Food Processor

The best food processor

>With just pulse and on buttons plus a single bowl, this is one of Cuisinart’s most basic models, but it consistently chops, slices, and kneads better than any other food processor we’ve found for under $250.

>A food processor is the best tool for quickly performing a variety of chopping, slicing, and shredding tasks, something you’ll be doing a lot of when prepping for Thanksgiving.

Price: $156

Lodge 6-Quart Enameled Dutch Oven

Best Dutch oven

>With big handles and durable design, this Dutch oven aced every test, rivaling models four times the price. A nice Dutch oven is indispensable for preparing all kinds of hearty Thanksgiving sides, and it looks nice enough to double as a serving dish.

Price: $59

All-Clad Stainless 12″ Covered Fry Pan

The best skillet

>With its superior heat conduction, durable construction, and comfortable handle, the All-Clad 12-inch skillet is a workhorse that will last beyond a lifetime.

>A 12-inch skillet is an essential kitchen tool: It’s perfect for stir-frying, pan-frying, making one-pan meals, and searing steaks and other hunks of meat. At Thanksgiving, you can use it for everything from toasting nuts to creaming spinach.

Price: $99 (50% OFF)

Bayou Classic Aluminum Turkey Fryer Stockpot

The best turkey fryer pot

>Part one of our suggested turkey-frying kit is a 30-quart aluminum stockpot that heated up quickly and stayed warm in our tests.

>Our pick for the best turkey fryer is the 30-quart Bayou Classic Aluminum Turkey Fryer Stockpot along with the Bayou Classic Single Burner Patio Stove. The affordable, quick-heating stockpot kit has everything you need to get the job done except the oil, the turkey, and a heat source. The separate stove is solidly built, powerful (enough), and designed with the four-legged stability you want when you’re handling 4 gallons of bubbling oil.

Price: $58

u/Jester0723 · 1 pointr/deals

It depends what you mean by "good." They're generally looked down upon by watch enthusiasts, as many of their diver models are poor homages of the Rolex Submariner. Also, they go pretty far out of their way to hide the fact that their watches are made in China. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, but China Made watches are generally of the lowest quality compared to Japanese, German, and obviously Swiss. I'm not sure whether you're looking for an automatic or quartz watch, and that will make a lot of the difference.

As far as quartz watches go, you shouldn't really be paying too much for one as it is. The quartz timekeeping mechanism usually doesn't cost more than $20. Really, all you're paying for is the case and the build quality.

Most watch enthusiasts prefer automatic watches. Invicta uses a range of movements in their automatic watches, including decent ones from Miyota (a Japanese company owned by Citizen) and some poorer ones from Chinese manufacturers. Depending on which movement you get, YMMV will vary as far as accuracy. Generally, I've heard they're not too bad.

Invicta has some fans, and may even produce some decent watches. However, that isn't to say that they're good. Personally, based on the fact that they're made in China and generally have lower build quality, I would stay away from them. That, and the fact that very few of their designs are original (or attractive, to me at least).

For people seeking an automatic: I would recommend that rather than buying a $65 Invicta, save up a little bit more and get something of better quality that will last longer. The Seiko 5 is available in a number of styles (that's just one example) for a very reasonable price (some are even less than Invictas). It's of higher quality and will likely keep better time and last longer. Another company to check out is Orient - their movements are typically either Japanese from companies like Miyota, or designed in-house, which is impressive.

If you're looking for a quartz watch, rather than an Invicta, I might suggest a Citizen Eco-Drive. You can pick those up for under 150, and it'll be of better materials and quality. Also, it's solar powered, so it'll keep excellent time and not require battery changes.

Let me know if you have any other questions and feel free to stop by /r/watches more frequently. If you're deciding between a few timepieces, I'm sure we'd be able to help. And don't hesitate to post your wrist shots in there - we have everything from $30,000 Audemars Piguets and $6,000 Rolexes and Omegas down to $50 Seikos or Seagulls. And even some Invictas.

At the end of the day, the vast majority of people won't notice that you're wearing a watch, let alone what kind of watch you're wearing. You should choose one you like and wear it for yourself, not based on anyone else's opinions.

u/FellintheToiletAgain · 1 pointr/deals

Hey Reddit! I started a company last year called PWR Supplements with three other friends and we are having a 20% discount on our supplements!

1) PWR Rush: A pre-workout + focus blend... no proprietary blends, artificial coloring, low-stimulant with L-Theanine to help fight the negative effects of caffeine

2) PWR Down: A safe non-habit forming sleep aid because people don't get nearly enough or good enough sleep these days

3) PWR Pro-tropic: A blend of probiotics for gut health and nootropics for brain function

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We just got listed on Amazon today too!

Use coupon code BlackFriday2019 to get 20% off all apparel on our site too! Thanks and Happy Thanksgiving/Black Friday!!

u/fratdaddyZC · 1 pointr/deals

Right. How would clumsy me know this, or this, or this was a first aid bag from my overnight toiletries bag? Thank god there is a deal for this empty first aid bag with its big, red logo on it lol.

u/drstock · 1 pointr/deals

It's $54.50 on amazon right now. Free shipping too.

u/Gainaxe · 3 pointsr/deals

A little more expensive but here