A lot of times, I check Amazon's daily deals and I shake my head, having to figure out what useless niche item I have to try to get you to buy on that day. Not today, my friends: they've got a lot of really good stuff popping off for today only.

My slideshows of ocean imagery have never been bolder! (Amazon)
My slideshows of ocean imagery have never been bolder! (Amazon)

Until the end of the day, Amazon is taking a huge discount off of the 7000 model 65″, 4K, ultra high definition television by industry leader Samsung.

My slideshow of major East Asian cities has never looked bolder! (Amazon)
My slideshow of major East Asian cities has never looked bolder! (Amazon)

This is perhaps the best deal of all of today's very good deals. Until the end of the day, save about 33% on refurbished 28″ 4K computer monitors from Samsung. $230 is a really good price for one of these guys.

This thing looks like a freakin’ transformer! (Amazon)
This thing looks like a freakin’ transformer! (Amazon)

Dyson, the Samsung of vacuum cleaners, is taking 50% off of refurbished models of one of their most popular vacuum cleaners. I live in an apartment and don't really need a vacuum cleaner and I might buy this thing because of how good it is (check the reviews) and how cool it looks.

(Amazon)
(Amazon)

Knife blocks, nonstick pans, saucepan sets and other kitchen goodies by Calphalon are on sale until the end of the day. I'm eyeballing this 10-piece stainless steel set, $97.99 down from $300(!), myself.

Badass, dude. (Amazon)
Badass, dude. (Amazon)

ATTENTION, ALL DADS! ATTENTION, ALL DADS! This 20 volt multi-tool with drill, sander, jig saw, oscillating tool, router, and impact driver attachments and a cool-looking case is cheap today.

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