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Amazon’s one-day KitchenAid sale has deals starting at $6.50

You probably think of KitchenAid Professional Stand Mixers when you think of KitchenAid, but the brand also makes plenty of other great kitchen tools. On Friday, for one day only, Amazon is hosting a big KitchenAid sale that slashes the prices of 10 different popular KitchenAid products. The deals start at just $6.50, and you can even get the awesome KitchenAid can opener with more than 21,000 5-star reviews for as little as $8.39 depending on which color you choose.

When it comes to KitchenAid’s various kitchen tools, there’s no question that one in particular stands out from the rest. We’re obviously talking about KitchenAid Professional Stand Mixers, which are by far the best and most popular stand mixers on the market. They’re pricey, as we all know, but they’re also amazing and they last a lifetime thanks to build quality that can’t be matched. You can even save up to $100 on one right now if you head over to Amazon, where they’re 20% off today.

Of course, stand mixers are not the only kitchen tools that KitchenAid makes, and Amazon is running a big one-day KitchenAid sale right now on some of the company’s more attainable necessities.

Deals in this great sale start at just $6.50 for the KitchenAid Gourmet Cookie Lifter and there are 10 deals in total available in this sale. The most popular product is definitely the KitchenAid can opener for between $8.39 and $10.49 depending on which color you get.

Check out the full Amazon sale right here, and you’ll find a few of our favorite deals down below.

KitchenAid KL130OHERA Classic Multifunction Can Opener,Red 3,One Size

$10.79
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KitchenAid Classic Multifuction Can Opener, One Size, Aqua Sky 2

$8.39
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KitchenAid Full Size Dish Rack, Light Grey

$35.99
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KitchenAid Classic Mixing Bowls, Set of 3, Empire Red

$17.33
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KitchenAid Glass 11 Pound Digital Top Kitchen Scale, One

$15.00
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You can already buy an awesome PS5 accessory that the Xbox Series X will never have

PS5 custom faceplates have been rumored ever since the console’s design was revealed, but one third-party company has actually started selling them. PlateStation 5 sells PS5 faceplates in matte black, cherry red, chromatic, indigo blue, and jungle camo. Each of the custom plates costs $39.99, and should arrive by the PS5’s release date on November 12th.

When Sony first revealed the design of the PlayStation 5 back in June, there was some speculation that the massive white plates that covered the sides of the console would be replaceable. A PlayStation executive stoked those flames by revealing in a Q&A session on LinkedIn that the PS5 would be “customizable in ways previous gens weren’t.” Our suspicions were finally confirmed when Sony shared an official PS5 teardown video a few weeks ago.

As we see in the video, the side panels of the PS5 can be removed without any tools. All you need to do is lift up on the plastic at the top of each panel and slide it off of the console. This will be necessary if you plan to add storage to your PS5, as the M.2 expansion slot for NVMe SSD drives sits beneath one of the panels. But it also opens the door to customizable faceplates, and one company has already started selling its own colorful plates.

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A deadly coronavirus complication is affecting people after they think they’ve recovered

Physicians have learned better ways to treat COVID-19 patients and save more lives than in the early months of the pandemic, but the coronavirus is still killing people every day. A doctor explains that the most dangerous coronavirus complication can appear without warning — even after you think the worst has passed or that you’ve recovered. The so-called “cytokine storm” is an exacerbated immune response that harms healthy cells as well as infected ones and can lead to multiple organ failure or death.

Even though the coronavirus is surging again and might reach a new record peak during the winter months, the number of COVID-19 deaths isn’t growing at the same pace. Thousands of people still die every day around the world of coronavirus complications, but that’s because the number of active cases is still so high. Hundreds of thousands of new infections are piling up each day, and a few thousand of those will die in the coming weeks. But doctors have learned how to treat coronavirus patients better than in the early months of the pandemic. Several therapies exist that can reduce complications, and while there’s no perfect cure, the death rate continues to drop each month. Still, doctors warn that we’re not out of the woods yet. Among the many dangers that exist, there’s a deadly coronavirus complication that can appear without warning, even when you think you’ve recovered or that the worst has passed.

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Amazon has the best-selling Instant Pot ever for just $60 today

Amazon ran some spectacular Instant Pot deals for Prime Day 2020, but the best sales were on high-end models so they were still pretty pricey. With the holidays right around the corner, Amazon is now running a pair of deals on more affordable Instant Pot models. Two versions of the best-selling Instant Pot of all time are discounted today, with prices starting at just $59.99 for the Instant Pot Duo Mini while the $100 Instant Pot Duo 60 is on sale for $79.

It’s a bummer that we’re all going to have to basically cancel Thanksgiving, Christmas, Chanukah, and other in-person family celebrations this year. Celebrating with your immediate family is fine, of course, but inviting people who don’t live with you into your home for a masks-off meal is pretty much the worst thing you can do during the coronavirus pandemic.

The good news is that just because you won’t be having tons of people over this year, you can still use the holidays as an excuse to upgrade your kitchen arsenal. And it goes without saying that there’s no better way to upgrade your kitchen than with a new Instant Pot.

Amazon ran a few great Instant Pot deals during Prime Day 2020 last week, but those were higher-end models so prices were still quite high. If you don’t need all the bells and whistles, you’ll be very happy to learn that two lower-cost models are on sale today. In fact, they just so happen to be the two most popular sizes from Instant Pot’s best-selling line ever!

The $80 Instant Pot Duo Mini is on sale for $59.99 right now, and it’s the perfect size to cook sides or a meal for 2-3 people. If you want to double the capacity from 3 quarts to 6 quarts, you can bump up to the $100 Instant Pot Duo 60 for just $79. You can’t go wrong with either one of these deals, but they might not be around for much longer so you should hurry up or you could miss out.

Instant Pot Duo Mini 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker, Sterilizer, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Ste…

$59.99
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Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker, Sterilizer, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Steamer,…

$79.00
Available from Amazon Prime. BGR may receive a commission.

Instant Pot Duo Mini – $59.99 The Instant Pot Duo Mini on a counter Image source: AmazonCompact size: Great size for small households and side dishes, or anywhere space is limited. Has all the features of the Duo60 in a compact size. Replaces up to 7 appliances: combines 7 kitchen appliances in 1 to save you space, including: pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer, saute, yogurt maker, and warmer. 14 one-touch cooking presets for quicker cooking: soup/broth, meat/stew, bean/chili, poultry, saute/searing, steam, rice, porridge, steam, slow cook, keep warm, yogurt, manual, and pressure cook.

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No new $1,200 stimulus checks are coming, but you might be able to get one by doing this

Millions of people are hoping to get a new stimulus check soon, but there are still many Americans who have yet to receive their first $1,200 payment from the government.
Earlier this month, the IRS extended the deadline for people who aren’t usually required to file taxes to submit their information in order to receive their coronavirus stimulus check. The deadline to do so has been extended to November 21. It comes as Democrats and Republicans in Congress remain at an impasse over a new stimulus bill, which may or may not include new $1,200 stimulus checks.

Even though millions of Americans are still waiting on (or, rather, hoping for) a new stimulus check, news coverage of the heated battle in Washington DC over new coronavirus relief legislation can obscure the fact that there are still many Americans who have yet to receive their very first $1,200 check. That’s the direct payment which stemmed from the $2.2 trillion CARES Act that Congress passed way back at the end of March.

For most people, that original “Economic Impact Payment” has already been received in the mail, or it was direct-deposited into your bank account, and thus probably spent months ago. Earlier this month, meanwhile, the IRS announced a deadline extension that applies to people who aren’t in that same boat yet. It’s a deadline, specifically, for people who don’t regularly file taxes, perhaps because their income isn’t enough to trigger a filing requirement. Even so, those people, too, were meant to get a $1,200 stimulus check as part of the CARES Act, and the October 15 deadline to submit their information to the IRS to make sure they get that check has been pushed forward.

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The hottest Roku player from Prime Day is back down to $24

The Roku Express HD was one of the hottest products this past Prime Day, and now it’s back on sale. For just $24 you get access to more than 500,000 movies and shows thanks to all the popular streaming services supported by Roku. This deal isn’t likely to last very long, so you’ll need to hurry if you want to take advantage.

There were a few products that were particularly popular during Amazon’s big Prime Day 2020 blowout sale last week, and the Roku Express HD was definitely near the top of the list. As a matter of fact, we still can’t believe that something so great can be had at such a ridiculously low price. Now, just one week later, this best-selling streaming media player is already back on sale with a deep discount — but there’s no way this deal is going to last very long.

With the holidays around the corner, the Roku Express HD is the perfect gift for anyone on your list. Even if you already have a smart TV that supports apps, there’s no way that proprietary smart TV platforms will ever support as many apps as the big streamers like Roku and Fire TV. The only possible reason not to buy the Express HD is the fact that this entry-level streaming device doesn’t support 4K resolution or HDR. Don’t worry though, because it won’t cost you much more to upgrade to a model that does — just grab the Roku Premiere instead for $39 or the Roku Streaming Stick+ for $48.95 instead of 60!

Roku Express HD Streaming Media Player

$24.00
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Roku Premiere | HD/4K/HDR Streaming Media Player, Simple Remote and Premium HDMI Cable

$39.00
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Roku Streaming Stick+ | HD/4K/HDR Streaming Device with Long-range Wireless and Voice Remote wi…

$48.95
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You’ll be able to watch so many of your favorite shows and movies from wherever your device is plugged in. Plus, you can use your phone to control them, as the remote control is not necessary. From Hulu to Netflix to Prime Video, they are all options you can use with your Roku device. You can even download high-end fitness apps like Peloton to do workouts from home.

But don’t take our word for it: here is the information from each Amazon product page:

Roku Express HD – $24

Streaming made easy: Roku Express lets you stream free, live and premium TV over the Internet right to your TV; It’s perfect for new users, secondary TVs and easy gifting but powerful enough for seasoned pros Quick and easy setup: Just plug it into your TV with the included High Speed HDMI Cable and connect to the internet to get started Tons of power, tons of fun: Compact and power-packed, you’ll

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