Best products from r/deals

We found 28 comments on r/deals discussing the most recommended products. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 177 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

Top comments mentioning products on r/deals:

u/theyre_whores_im_in · 2 pointsr/deals

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Best Overall

  1. HP Envy 13 Touchscreen Laptop


    • 10th-generation Intel Core i7 CPU

    • Intel graphics

    • 8 GB of RAM

    • 13-inch Full HD IPS touchscreen

    • 256 GB of SSD storage

    • Built-in fingerprint sensor

    • Built-in switch for disabling the webcam

    • Thunderbolt 3-capable USB-C port, two full USB-A ports, microSD
    card reader

    • Bang & Olufsen-tuned stereo speakers

    • Up to 17 hours of battery life

    >By offering a perfect blend of cool design, exceptional craftsmanship, excellent performance, and a host of handy hardware features, the latest generation 13-inch HP Envy is the best touchscreen laptop. Lightweight and elegant, it has a speedy and futureproof Intel processor, a Full HD touchscreen with thin bezels, a superb set of wired and wireless connectivity options, and epic battery life.

    >The keyboard and the trackpad impressed me a great deal during my testing. The latter in particular offers a massive leap in quality and precision over the previous generations. A built-in fingerprint sensor is also on board, as are a webcam kill switch and stereo speakers tuned by Bang and Olufsen.

    >Most importantly, when it comes to pricing, this HP Envy variant is impossible to overlook, especially considering its hardware specs and the build quality it offers. I tip my hat to HP for pricing the notebook well below $1,000!

    Price: $970

  2. Lenovo Flex 14 2-in-1 Laptop


    • AMD Ryzen 5 3500U CPU (quad-core)

    • Radeon Vega 8 graphics

    • 12 GB of RAM

    • 14-inch 360-degree touchscreen with Full HD resolution (1,920 by 1,080 pixels)

    • 256 GB of SSD storage

    • Two full USB 3.0 ports, USB-C port, HDMI port, SD card reader

    • Up to 10 hours of battery life

    >Priced just a tad above $500, the Lenovo Flex 14 has a pleasantly understated design, as well as top-notch hardware specs. It has a versatile 360-degree touchscreen with a bundled stylus pen, a powerful AMD processor, and a rich set of connectivity features. A Windows Central review editor referred to the notebook as a “worthwhile budget convertible.”

    >The 14-inch Full HD touchscreen could use higher brightness and more vibrant colors, but it’s plenty good for a product this affordable. And the included stylus pen is all but guaranteed to come in handy for a plethora of tasks.

    >The backlit keyboard and the trackpad of the notebook are good for its price range. The built-in fingerprint sensor on the other hand, is a pleasant surprise. The same goes for the built-in webcam shutter.

    >The notebook can last for up to 10 hours between battery charges and, once that’s up, you can replenish its battery up to 80% in just 1 hour with the bundled charger.

    Price: $550

    The Apple User’s Pick

  3. Apple iPad Pro (12.9-inch)


    • Apple A12X Bionic chip with a built-in Neural Engine

    • 12.9-inch Liquid Retina display

    • Optional Apple Pencil

    • Up to 1 TB of built-in storage

    • TrueDepth camera with Face ID

    • Thunderbolt 3-capable USB-C port

    • Up to 10 hours of battery life

    >I said this before and I’ll repeat it again: the 12.9-inch Apple iPad Pro is a legit laptop replacement for several reasons, starting with its insanely capable A12X Bionic chip, which, according to Laptop Mag, “rivals or beats” most laptops. Equipped with Apple’s Smart Keyboard Cover, the tablet is a phenomenal productivity tool. Best of all, the iPad Pro is lightweight (it weighs only 1.4 pounds!) and versatile beyond belief.

    >The 12.9-inch Retina wowed me, and is “one of the best, most accurate mobile displays you can look at,” according to The Verge. In addition to being sharp and vibrant, it has a maximum refresh rate of 120 Hz. The latter makes every task you perform on the iPad Pro fast and fluid. The screen is also a perfect canvas for the optional second-generation Apple Pencil — the best input device of its kind.

    >Apple’s iPadOS is also crucial in making the big iPad Pro a formidable laptop replacement. The mobile platform has intuitive user interface, superb multitasking capabilities, and a fantastic selection of apps that are tailor-made for a big screen.

    Price: $943

    The Chrome OS Pick

  4. Asus Chromebook Flip C434 Touchscreen Laptop


    • Eighth-generation Intel Core m3 or Core m5 CPU (dual-core)

    • 14-inch 360-degree touchscreen with 1,920 by 1,080 pixels; 360-degree hinge

    • Built-in stylus by Wacom

    • 4/8 GB of RAM; 64 GB of eMMC storage

    • Two USB-C ports, one full USB port, microSD card reader

    • Up to 10 hours of battery life

    >If you prefer Chrome OS, then the ASUS Chromebook Flip C434 is the best pick worth your attention today. It has a gorgeous design and craftsmanship, a versatile 360-degree display, and top-notch performance. The product is also the “favorite Chromebook” of a Laptop Mag review editor.

    >Intel’s Core m processors found in the C434 are not the most powerful in the business, but they are plenty capable for Chrome OS. During my testing, every task I performed on the Chromebook Flip happened instantly.

    >I only wish that the Google Play store had more apps and games optimized for a large-screen experience. The ASUS Flip C434 is also a tad pricey for a Chromebook, but, given its design and performance, it’s well worth the splurge.

    Price: $530

    The Hardest Working Pick

  5. Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (7th Generation) Touchscreen Laptop


    • Eighth-generation Intel Core i7 CPU (quad-core)

    • Intel graphics

    • 16 GB of RAM

    • 14-inch matte touchscreen with Full HD resolution (1,920 by 1,080 pixels)

    • 512 GB of SSD storage

    • Windows Hello sign-in with a fingerprint sensor

    • Two full USB 3.1 ports, two Thunderbolt 3-capable USB-C ports, HDMI port,
    microSD card slot

    • Built-in webcam shutter

    • Up to 18 hours of battery life

    >Lenovo’s touchscreen-equipped ThinkPad X1 Carbon is made for hard work on the go. It’s insanely lightweight yet impressively powerful and capable of easily making it through a full day (and beyond) on a single battery charge.

    >The product’s wired and wireless connectivity features are also exceptional. According to a PCMag review editor, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon “is as close to the ultimate business laptop as you can get.” I couldn’t agree more.

    >I was really blown away by the battery endurance of the variant with a Full HD display I tested. I also enjoyed using its quiet and precise keyboard, as well as its excellent trackpad. I like that Lenovo opted to install a webcam cover on the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, too.

    Price: $1500
u/Jester0723 · 1 pointr/deals

It depends what you mean by "good." They're generally looked down upon by watch enthusiasts, as many of their diver models are poor homages of the Rolex Submariner. Also, they go pretty far out of their way to hide the fact that their watches are made in China. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, but China Made watches are generally of the lowest quality compared to Japanese, German, and obviously Swiss. I'm not sure whether you're looking for an automatic or quartz watch, and that will make a lot of the difference.

As far as quartz watches go, you shouldn't really be paying too much for one as it is. The quartz timekeeping mechanism usually doesn't cost more than $20. Really, all you're paying for is the case and the build quality.

Most watch enthusiasts prefer automatic watches. Invicta uses a range of movements in their automatic watches, including decent ones from Miyota (a Japanese company owned by Citizen) and some poorer ones from Chinese manufacturers. Depending on which movement you get, YMMV will vary as far as accuracy. Generally, I've heard they're not too bad.

Invicta has some fans, and may even produce some decent watches. However, that isn't to say that they're good. Personally, based on the fact that they're made in China and generally have lower build quality, I would stay away from them. That, and the fact that very few of their designs are original (or attractive, to me at least).

For people seeking an automatic: I would recommend that rather than buying a $65 Invicta, save up a little bit more and get something of better quality that will last longer. The Seiko 5 is available in a number of styles (that's just one example) for a very reasonable price (some are even less than Invictas). It's of higher quality and will likely keep better time and last longer. Another company to check out is Orient - their movements are typically either Japanese from companies like Miyota, or designed in-house, which is impressive.

If you're looking for a quartz watch, rather than an Invicta, I might suggest a Citizen Eco-Drive. You can pick those up for under 150, and it'll be of better materials and quality. Also, it's solar powered, so it'll keep excellent time and not require battery changes.

Let me know if you have any other questions and feel free to stop by /r/watches more frequently. If you're deciding between a few timepieces, I'm sure we'd be able to help. And don't hesitate to post your wrist shots in there - we have everything from $30,000 Audemars Piguets and $6,000 Rolexes and Omegas down to $50 Seikos or Seagulls. And even some Invictas.

At the end of the day, the vast majority of people won't notice that you're wearing a watch, let alone what kind of watch you're wearing. You should choose one you like and wear it for yourself, not based on anyone else's opinions.

u/TheRagingHerp · 3 pointsr/deals

For anyone looking to buy these, just don't. I'll explain if anyone wants me to.

Edit: Sorry about not explaining yesterday, I completely forgot.

Bluetooth headphones and earphones usually fail a lot more of the time than others, especially ones in the audiophile-grade area. I actually know someone who owned these and had a lot of connectivity issues. Also, if you check it out on Amazon, you can see other issues along with it. If you want to go for something while running, I'd suggest these which me and a few of my friends have used without any problems.

If you really want higher quality headphones or earphones/iems, I'd go towards audiophile quality headphones. Bluetooth usually doesn't work well and isn't a huge problem for normal usage. For example, I go running with Xiaomi Piston 2's which never fall out of my ears even with the cable attached. I use them for pretty much everything in a mobile manner, and can say they're great earphones for pretty much any use. They're only $20 and are high above their actual price range in quality. (I do prefer them a ton over the M6 earphones as you can see, but it depends on price range to some people.

For headphone use, I'd go on /r/headphones and check out their buy guide or comment on the sticky with what you're looking for. Alternatively for these headphones listed, I'd go for (the highly acclaimed) ATH-M50's/M50X's. They're the same except for the M50X has the detachable cable which is very useful. I'd definitely pick up one of these if you want something that'll last you a long time. I use them in public, and I used to at home. Since then I've upgraded. I've dropped them countless times on many different materials including concrete and tile from high heights. They don't have any scratches, marks, and still work after about two years from purchase.

I hope I helped you guys, but I definitely recommend not going for these and also checking out /r/headphones.

u/Dezvinci · 1 pointr/deals

I use this and it has worked amazing with my garage door and google/alexa and its only 13 dollars