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The best sales to shop today: Moccamaster, Lenovo, Gap and more

Today, you’ll find a deal on the Technivorm Moccamaster Drip 53941 KBGV Coffee Brewer, a discounted Lenovo Smart Clock and savings at Gap. All that and more below.

Technivorm Moccamaster Drip 53941 KBGV Coffee Brewer

$349 $279

$279 at Amazon

The Technivorm Moccamaster 59636 KBG, our luxury pick for best drip coffee maker, is beloved for its innovative and old-school industrial design as well as its delivery of reliably great coffee. Right now you can score the practically identical 53941 KBGV model on sale at Amazon. Just like our pick, it’s handmade and tested in the Netherlands and brews a perfect cup of coffee every time.

Aurate New York

25% off sitewide

Gold Round Edge Hoop Earrings Small

Aurate provides jewelry that lives up to high standards in durability, sustainability and, of course, aesthetics. Right now you can score 25% off any order with code CNN25. Shop everything from dainty hoops to diamond-studded necklaces — and don’t forget that Mother’s Day is just around the corner (you’re welcome).

​​Lenovo Smart Clock

$89.99 $59.99 at Best Buy

Don’t be fooled by the Lenovo Smart Clock 2’s compact display. The device functions as a full-fledged smart display outfitted with Google Assistant for traffic reports, weather forecasts or streaming your Nest camera feed to your nightstand. Today only, you can score the Lenovo Smart Clock 2 with an included wireless charging dock for just $59.99 at Best Buy.

Gap

30% off sitewide

Winter is over, which means it’s about time to put your sweaters and coats away and make room for springtime pieces in your closet. Rid yourself of the winter blues with Gap’s sitewide sale, which is offering 30% off everything from on-trend pieces to high-quality basics for the whole family. Just use code YOURS at checkout for the discounted price.

Emart 10-Inch Selfie Ring Light

$29.99 $20.99 $20.99 at Amazon

This is the lowest price we’ve seen this year on the Emart ring light, our pick for the best overall ring light. With tons of lighting and placement adjustments, this ring light gives you the flexibility to get great, consistent lighting for video calls, streaming, selfies or any content creation need.

More deals to shop

• Right now Amazon Prime Visa credit card holders can save 10% on a wide range of home products from KitchenAid mixers to Yankee candles.

• The uniquely designed Samsung Buds Live delivered on strong sound and long battery in our testing, and right now you can score a pair for under $90 at Amazon.

• Keep your countertop neat with this durable dish rack from KitchenAid, now half price at Amazon.

• Every day is spa day with a back massager on hand — and right now you can snag one for about $40.

• This ergonomic foot rest fits under a desk to keep you comfortable all day, and right now it’s 20% off when you clip the on-page coupon.

Deals you may have missed

Braun No-Touch Forehead Thermometer

$59.99 $28.80 $28.80 at Amazon

Our top digital thermometer pick is down to the lowest price we’ve ever seen. The Braun No-Touch can be held up to 2 inches away, and there’s a positioning sensor that shines a light on your forehead to ensure you’re on the right point of the head when taking temperature. With an option to silence any noise and an LED display that can be seen in the dark, the Braun No-Touch thermometer offers everything you need — plus some — in a thermometer.

Microsoft Office Lifetime License

$349 $49.99 at StackSocial

Right now you can get a lifetime license of Microsoft Office Home & Business for just $49.99. Whether you use Office for home or business purposes, or on a Mac or Windows computer, this is a fantastic deal on a computer essential. With instant delivery and download on MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams and OneNote, this deal is hard to beat.

Mirror Gym

$1,495 $1,345 plus free shipping and installation at Mirror

Upgrade your at-home workouts to studio quality with the Mirror. The Mirror is, well, a mirror, but it’s also a reflective screen that turns any room in your house into a home gym. Once paired with the app, you’ll have access to thousands of classes, ranging from boxing and cardio to Pilates and dance. It’s a worthy investment for anyone looking for a new fitness regimen, and right now you can score $150 off, plus free shipping and installation (amounting to $400 in total savings), with code 400FORMOM.

Steelcase Series 1 Office Chair

$640 $375.07 $375.07 at Amazon

In our testing of the best office chairs, the Steelcase Series 1 stood out as one of the most customizable, high-quality, comfortable office chairs on the market. Boasting a relatively compact size, ergonomic design and intuitive adjustments, this chair was our overall favorite — and at this deal price, it’s a worthy investment.

Apple Magic Keyboard

$99 $88.50 $88.50 at Amazon

Convert your iPad into a laptop with the Apple Magic Keyboard — it’s the perfect lightweight accessory that delivers a seamless typing experience. The keyboard attaches magnetically to the back of the iPad and provides a full set of keys and a trackpad. Ultra portable and convenient for everyday use, the Magic Keyboard is currently at the lowest price we’ve seen on Amazon.

Dash Tasti-Crisp Air Fryer

$59.99 $45.70 $45.70 at Amazon

Dash Tasti Crisp Air Fryer

Our pick for the best affordable air fryer is even more budget-friendly right now, thanks to a discount on Amazon. Though the Dash Tasti-Crisp lacks the presets, settings and modes that higher-end options have, its solid performance and compact footprint make it a perfect choice for apartments. This is the lowest price we’ve seen on this model since Black Friday, so don’t miss this opportunity to save.

Dreamsky Alarm Clock

$25.99 $16.99 $16.99 at Amazon

This is a great price drop on an alarm clock we love, the DreamSky. An easy-to-use alarm clock without any bells and whistles to get in the way, the DreamSky is simple, durable and highly readable, and will get you out of bed in the morning with a loud beep that isn’t too startling. Now just $16.99, this is a useful addition to your nightstand that won’t break the bank.

Anker Soundcore Life Q20 Headphones

$59.99 $50.39 with clipped on-page coupon $50.39 at Amazon

Anker Soundcore Life Q30 Headphones

In our editors’ testing, the Anker Soundcore Life Q20 headphones earned the title of best budget option. Normally priced at just $60, the headphones offer surprisingly powerful noise-canceling ability, plus terrific comfort and sound quality to boot. Now discounted at just over $50 when you clip the on-page coupon, the Soundcore Life Q20 will outperform their price even more.

Instant Pot Pro Plus, 6-Quart

$169.99 $149.95$149.95 at Amazon

Our pick for the best pressure cooker, the 6-quart Instant Pot Pro Plus is currently down to $149.95. With an intuitive interface featuring 10 preset functions and app control, this model promises to be the holy grail of small kitchen appliances — and it delivers on a lot of its promise. Even novice cooks can easily achieve great results on a wide variety of recipes.

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