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Say what you will about 2017 (or just bottle it up until you explode in a fit of rage during Christmas dinner, like a normal person), you have to admit that it was great for doodads and knick knacks. And right now, you can get some of our favorite products of the year for way less than what they're supposed to be. And with coupon code BESTOF17, you can take an extra 17 percent off of any of them.
Anyone with a Bob-Ross-esque obsession with colors and some pent-up nervous energy will find themselves soothed into submission with this thousand-piece puzzle. Get it for just $35.99 from our store, $14 less than retail.
Thanks to its reverse construction, this smart umbrella resists being comically flipped inside-out when you get caught in a hellacious downpour. You can pick one up for the Kingsman in your life and another for the Penguin this holiday season, as two of them cost $33 when you buy them from us.
Con your way into Professor Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters (or just impress your friends) with this wrist-mounted fireball shooter. It's perfectly safe to use inside or outdoors, but maybe try to stay away from gas stations. And the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. Grab the Ellusionist Pyro Mini Fireshooter for $109.99.
You may never live out your dream of being a DJ in Ibiza (too sweaty), but that doesn't mean that you can't rock a turntable with the best of them. This simple all-in-one turntable makes it easy to enjoy your records and convert them to digital music files for storage on your computer. Just connect the turntable to your computer with the USB cable, and let the exclusive software guide you through the steps. (Step 1: Do not insert the record into the CD drive.) Plus, you can use the built-in 1/8" auxiliary input to convert from other audio sources like cassettes. Get it here for $65.99.
Statistics that are very true say that electronic charging devices outnumber people 3,000,000 to 1. They are winning. Hold back the revolution with this slick portable charger which can power three devices at once with a massive 8,000 mAh battery. It also sticks to your phone with its adhesive-free NanoStik PRO pad, so you won't lose it behind the couch cushion. Normally $79.99, pick up the Graphene 8K HyperCharger PRO for $39.99.
Whether you want to investigate your crawlspace or just see what's in that weird hole (every good backyard has one), this endoscopic camera has your back. It feeds back to you using WiFi, and works with all kinds of devices. It also costs $60 less if you buy it in the Cracked Shop, just $39.99.
Your garage doesn't need to look like an abandoned brewery for you to enjoy draft beers in your house. The SUB Home Beer Draft System lets you have a rotating menu of mini-kegs from over 20 breweries for just $109.99, 26 percent off retail.
If Inspector Gadget wore sweatshirts, he'd wear BauBax. This wondergarment has everything you'd ever want on the go-go, including an inflatable neck pillow and easy access for passports, iPads, and chargers. It usually runs $300 elsewhere, but we've got it for $126.
Cultivating a fun, memorable personality for the office takes a lot of work, but having the best desk toys is easy. This box of magnets will make you king or queen of the cubicles, as your co-workers visit to fiddle with magnets while complaining about upper management. These NiCuNi magnets won't degrade over time, and are just $19.99 here.
Whether you drive strangers with different kinds of phones around in your car for a living or won't let a single brand of electronics tie you down, this cable has connectors for all things portable. It's just $9.99 in our store, 66 percent off the MSRP.
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