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    21 Useful Things You Can Get On Sale At Sears Right Now

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    Sears is offering a variety of ~cyber deals~ right now in many of their top-selling categories. We put together a list of some of the most useful things you can get during the promotion.

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    1. A three-piece duvet cover set you won't have to iron after washing because it's wrinkle-resistant!

    Each set includes one duvet cover and two pillow shams (the Twin size comes with one pillow sham). Everything is made of microfiber yarns and machine-washable.

    Promising review: "I bought the King size and I drape it over the top of my bed, directly on the bedspread that I have. I intended on just trying it out before I move it to another bed, but I love it so much that it is staying put. The quality is very good. It remains wrinkle-free. The soft material is so pleasant." —roxann1058

    Price: $24.99+ (originally $99.99; available in sizes Twin–King and 12 colors)

    2. A pair of over-ear Bluetooth headphones that'll actually feel comfortable to wear.

    Promising review: "I gifted it to my friend who listens to music on her phone while at the gym. She loved it so much. If one could explode with joy and not make a mess, she would have. I tested them out as best I could. They are easy to charge, the sound quality is good, and they fit over an adult's head and ears quite nicely. They are not too tight or too big. They are just right." —TraheCreations

    Price: $24.99 (originally $29.99)

    3. A pressure washer for a satisfying way to clean off the grime covering your driveway and the sides of your house.

    There are interchangeable high- and low-pressure nozzles for washing various surfaces.

    Price: $143 (originally $499)

    4. A 10-piece screwdriver set designed to help you get a better grip on any loose door/drawer/cabinet knob situations.

    These screwdrivers have been given a diamond coating to increase the friction between tip and fastener head so there's minimal slippage.

    Promising review: "These are the best screwdrivers I have ever used. They feel great in your hands, and they fit the screw exactly the way they should with no play or movement. Also, they are long for the hard-to-reach places." —Probonding

    Price: $26.99 (originally $59.99)

    5. An adorable mini tub that ~whale~ help baby's bath time go swimmingly.

    Promising review: "The tub is huge, which is great. It seems to be very durable and can easily accommodate your growing baby. It is very roomy. It isn’t flimsy or complicated like other tubs I have seen, and I am sure it is easy to clean and dry. It is of very good quality." —lelee09

    Price: $17.50 (originally $35)

    6. A garden hose you should have on hand for watering the lawn or washing the car!

    This sturdy hose measures 5/8 inches in diameter and 50 feet in length. It has a seven-year warranty.

    Promising review: "This is a very nice, lightweight hose that will last. Great for the lawn and garden." —mightymejo

    Price: $9.99 (originally $15.99)

    7. A smart key organizer with a built-in tracker so you'll never misplace your keys again.

    It's rechargeable and has a built-in flashlight and bottle opener.

    Price: $39.99 (originally $59.99)

    8. A 55-inch 4K UHD smart TV by Samsung can make family movie night so much more epic.

    It has built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a quad-core processor.

    Promising review: "This is my third Samsung, and I think it's the best yet. The picture in 4KHD is a knockout. The many apps that are built-in are terrific. Set up was a breeze. I was especially pleased with the overall weight when I mounted it on the wall. So big and yet so light. Samsung knocked it out of the ballpark with this one." —SDTBJT

    Price: $647.99 (originally $799.99)

    9. A four-piece set of rubber floor mats to protect the carpet lining in your car from debris and muddy footprints.

    You can trim these mats to fit.

    Promising review: "I drive for a popular rideshare company, and these floormats are outstanding! They pick up all the dirt and junk that my customers (and sometimes I) leave behind on the floor. Give 'em a good shake or spray them off when you wash your car, and you're golden! Awesome purchase!" —boniqueamatthews

    Price: $9.49 (originally $19.99)

    10. A front-wheel-drive lawn mower because you'll be cutting grass much more frequently as the weather warms up.

    This lawn mower is designed for medium-sized yards up to a 1/2 acre. It has a

    21" deck width.

    Promising review: "Easy assembly, about 10 mins. Started on FIRST pull out of the box. Only did one cutting, and this thing is a beast. Started right up after sitting a week, cut all my lawn like butter. It does move at a faster pace than my previous Craftsman mowers — but I personally like that. It cut through some really high, thick grass like it wasn't any different from the low grass. It sort of hunkered down and just ripped through it. Was looking at many high-end mowers and this mower won — I don't see the advantage of the mowers costing $200-300 more! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!" —BadThad

    Price: $269.99 (originally $379.99)

    11. A waffle maker for shaping your breakfast into cute little animals — giraffes, elephants, and rabbits, to be specific.

    This waffle maker measures 11.50" x 5.50" x 9.50".

    Promising review: "I bought this for my son who personally saw this online and asked me to get it for him. He absolutely loved it! The cute animal shapes made eating breakfast more fun, according to him." —Rosxjun

    Price: $17.99 (originally $24.99)

    12. A car top carrier that'll come in handy on a cross-country move or even just a long road trip.

    This car top carrier is safe for all-weather use and can hold up to 100 pounds of evenly distributed cargo.

    Promising review: "I've been using this cargo box for 10+ years and have nothing but great things to say about it. I've recommended it to as many family members and friends and have not had any complaints from them either. I've recently re-purchased this to replace a very old, used, and abused one. Please don't discontinue this model. AWESOME!" —chihuy6

    Price: $189.99 (originally $249.99)

    13. A 19.2V power drill set so you can finally get started on your home renovation projects.

    This kit comes with a C3 1/2-inch drill/driver, two batteries, a multi-chemistry charger, and a carry bag. The drill has a two-speed motor that can deliver 300 inch-pounds of torque for tougher jobs.

    Promising review: "We are using the drill driver for small projects in our home, such as hanging curtain rods, assembling furniture, etc. It works well, and you have the second battery to keep on working." —Sears_Purchaser

    Price: $94.99 (originally $129.99)

    14. A small but loud waterproof Bluetooth speaker you can bring to a pool party and not worry about it getting splashed.

    It has up to eight hours of battery life.

    Promising review: "I am delighted with my little Altec Lansing speaker. It has a great, clear sound, even though it's tiny. I like that it has a power charger cord, so I can plug it in for power, and also that the built-in battery lasts for hours and hours. I definitely recommend this product." —heidi2017

    Price: $59.99 (originally $69.99)

    15. A table saw for anyone who has ample room in their garage and would like to pursue woodworking as a hobby.

    This kit includes a 36T carbide-tipped saw blade, two AAA batteries, a dust bag, blade wrenches, and a push stick.

    Promising review: "I spent most of an evening on the web looking at table saws. After assembling the big saw, I tested it and loved it. The wheels in front make it easy to move. The laser is spot on and easy to adjust. The saw is very stable. While I was playing with the laser, all the sawdust ended up in the bag. The tool compartments worked well and kept everything neat and tidy. I really like this saw, especially the laser, which will provide a second opinion before I cut." —Ancient-Winnie

    Price: $259.99 (originally $349.99)

    16. A compact canister vacuum that'll suck up pet hair, dust, and cookie crumbs like nobody's business.

    It'll work on both carpet and hardwood floors.

    Promising review: "Much more rugged and much better functionality than any prior Kenmore canister vacuum I have owned. Nothing flimsy about the construction. Good design features. HEPA filtration catches everything." —Johnny_LaMeme

    Price: $249.99 (originally $359.99)

    17. A 16-feet booster cable to keep in your car, just in case you accidentally leave the headlights on and drain the battery.

    Price: $24.99 (originally $34.99)

    18. A foldable treadmill for anyone who wants to turn their basement into a home gym.

    This treadmill features a powerful 2.75 CHP DurX™ motor. You can adjust the deck to a hard or soft running surface, based on your preference. There's a 60-inch backlit display that tracks your speed, time, distance, pulse, and calories burned. It can reach speeds up to 12 mph and inclines up to 12%. There are built-in 24 workout programs targeting calorie, intensity, and incline.

    Promising review: "We have been using this treadmill for almost two years now and have no complaints. My husband is a serious runner and has been running hard on this machine. It is still working well with no maintenance to date." —KinRVA

    Price: $649.99 (originally $1,199.99)

    19. A wooden jewelry box that'll keep all your accessories neat, untangled, and hidden from plain sight. There's even a lockable compartment for extra security!

    Price: $39.99 (originally $89.95)

    20. A garage door opener (with two remotes and a keypad) so you won't have to do manual lifting whenever you need to grab something from storage.

    This garage door opener has the capacity to lift residential garage doors up to 7 feet high. The wireless keyless entry pad allows entry into garage without a key or remote, using a secure four-digit programmable PIN. The safety reversing sensors automatically reverse the door if anything interrupts the beam while the door is going down, and the sensing technology will stop the door from closing if contact is made with a person or object.

    Promising review: "I purchased this garage door opener four years ago to save my back from having to open an old heavy wooden garage door several times a day, and it has been a workhorse since. Setup was straightforward and I was able to do it solo, and with the safety features, I can be sure that my grandchildren will be safe. The remote keypad allows me to give access to family members who occasionally store their own things in our garage when they need it." —Aerobiter

    Price: $159.99 (originally $199.99)

    21. A 42-piece socket wrench set that'll have you covered for any maintenance job, whether it's under the hood or in the house.

    Promising review: "This is a nice set of tools to reach hard to get at and often times screwball-type of nuts and bolts (Torx, Allen, and standard head). Nice hard case and great finish. Almost too nice to actually use." —TJAgar

    Price: $27.99 (originally $99.99)

    I don't even have a lawn and now I want a lawn mower. Well played, Sears, well played.


    Reviews here have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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