Cyber Monday deals including 63% off the Revlon one-step dryer and $236 off Vitamix

I got the heated vest from Ororo which I mentioned on Friday. (Unfortunately it’s not on sale for $99 anymore so you may want to skip it.) So far I’ve only used it in the house but it’s easy to use and so comfortable. I also got the Haus Labs Glam Room palette which is still on sale for just $13.60. The colors are beautiful and really make my eyes pop. I’m really happy with that purchase. Amazon has some great deals for Cyber Monday! Here are some products I found.

Health and Beauty
Up to 30% off Revlon, Bed Head & Hot Tools
Up to 45% off Powered Toothbrushes from Oral-B and Crest
30% off or more on Premium Beauty products from Redken, La Roche-Posay, and more
Up to 25% Off NYX Professional Makeup
Save up to 25% off Mario Badescu products
Save 20% on L’Oreal Paris Skincare Bestsellers
Save 20% on Garnier Skincare Bestsellers

Up to 40% off NOCO Jump Starters and Battery Chargers
Up to 48% off Samsung Tablets, Monitors and More
Up to 36% off HP Laptops, All-in-Ones and More
Up to 50% Off Fire Tablets
Up to 38% off Samsung Watches, Ear Buds, and more
Up to 36% off select OLED and QLED TVs

Up to 42% off iRobot Roomba Robot Vacuums and Braava Robot Mops
Up to 30% off Jackery Outdoor Generators and Solar Panels
Up to 20% Off on Select Chemical Guys Car Wash Kits and Accessories
Save up to 30% on Pet Gifts and Supplies
Up to 45% off Blueair Air Purifiers
Up to 20% off Kitchen Essentials
Up to 40% off Select Furniture from Dorel, Christopher Knight Home and More

Toys and Games
Up to 30% off Building Sets, including LEGO products, Playmobil and more
Up to 40% off Arts & Crafts from Crayola, Play-Doh and more
Up to 80% off Popular eBooks
Up to 33% off on Singing Machine Karaoke Microphones and Systems
Up to 25% off Kid Trax ride-ons and Pacific kids bikes
Up to 30% off Hasbro, Funko Pop! and more
Up to 30% off Mattel, Fisher-Price, and Thomas & Friends

63% off the Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer
So many people rave about the Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer and it’s on sale for $22.28 today! It normally goes for almost $60. This has over 326,000 ratings, 4.6 stars and the same score on ReviewMeta. Women say that this dries and styles their hair so much faster than regular hair dryers and that the results are salon quality. Some women say the motor burnt out, but that Revlon sent them a new one when they called the company. Also the high setting may be too harsh for thinner hair. “I despise blow drying and styling my hair because it’s so long and freakishly thick. It takes me over an hour with a normal hairdryer to dry and style when I do put forth the effort to do so… which isn’t (wasn’t) often. Ponytails were my go-to 99% of the time. 20 minutes. That’s how long it takes me to do my hair from wet out of the shower, to straight and sleek locks using this thing. Best purchase I’ve made this year!”

$236 off a Professional Vitamix Blender
Vitamix is currently offering 36% off their Professional Series 750 Blender, which is on sale for about $385. The regular Vitamix is on sale for 49% off for $279. I’m featuring the Professional model as the other Vitamix may have quality issues. I’ve had a Vitamix for over ten years and I love it. I’ve only replaced the container, which has the blades, one time and it still works great. This model has 2,000 ratings, 4.7 stars and the same score on ReviewMeta. Reviewers say it’s great for making smoothies and that it’s the best blender they’ve ever owned. “Bought on the recommendation of a friend, I have used this machine every day since it arrived. It is a sleek powerhouse that makes me wish I’d bought one years ago!” Please note that this is the model with the 64 ounce container, which may be larger than you’re looking for.

$300 off a Shark self-emptying robot vacuum
There are great sales on Roombas today, so if you like that brand check them out. I couldn’t figure out which one I wanted and many people complained about the cheaper models mapping poorly. The Shark AV1010AE IQ Robot Vacuum has a self-emptying base with a 45 day capacity. It’s on sale now for $300, which is half off the retail price of $600. It has over 2,000 ratings, 4.4 stars and a B on Fakespot. Reviewers say it works great to clean their home and that it didn’t take long to learn the layout. “This vacuum is does everything it says it does. It cleans most if not all the dog hair, anti hair brush works way better than I thought it would, self emptying is also on point and lastly navigation and mapping is as accurate as I expected. The map of my home only took about 1-2 passes and reflects furniture placement.”

48% off an Oontz portable speaker
I recently mentioned this but I bought an Oontz portable speaker years ago and it still works great! It’s water resistant, the battery lasts a long time and it has excellent sound. You can now get one for under $19. These have over 164,000 reviews, 4.6 stars and the same score on ReviewMeta. Many reviewers like it as much as I do. “The thing probably gets around 50-70 hours of play time a week. It always connects to bluetooth, has a decent range, and sounds great. We have multiple phones that connect, and you just need to press the bluetooth button on the side for it to look again for the closest device. I am happy with the battery life; it seems like we rarely need to charge it. Its a small speaker so it is handy to travel with or bring from room to room.”

60% off sleep headphones
I fall asleep with headphones in every night and have been looking at these sleep headphones. (Hi mom, this would be a great present for me.) This model from Voerou has almost 2,700 ratings, 4.3 stars and a B on Fakespot. Reviewers say they’re comfortable, have good sound and help them fall and stay asleep. “Been using this at night to listen to my meditations to get to sleep. Since the ear buds do not go into your ear and the fabric of headband is soft, it makes it really comfortable to wear to bed.” “It’s really comfortable to wear, and sound is very good quality. I dozed off to sleep many times.”

30% off a Brother computerized sewing machine

I don’t own a sewing machine as I find them intimidating but I’d like to get a lower end model so I can make minor repairs. I was looking at more expensive Singer models but this Brother machine has better reviews and is on sale now for just $119. This has over 4,700 reviews, 4.7 stars and a B on Fakespot. People say it’s a great machine that lasts a long time. It can be tricky to learn and several reviewers said to make sure to read the manual. “This is a great sewing machine, especially for a beginner. I love it and use it all the time.” “I bought this machine on Amazon in 2013. This is my first sewing machine, and I hadn’t sewn since making pj pants in high school over a decade before buying it. I’ve since made slipcovers, a queen size duvet cover, several items of clothing, curtains, blankets and several other things. This machine is perfect for a beginner or someone who just loves to sew.”

$10 off an adjustable spice rack organizer
I have my spices in a drawer but I’m collecting so many I have to store them in a cabinet too. This adjustable spice rack organizer by Youcopia may be just what I need and it’s on sale for $29.99, which is $10 off. This has 4.7 stars, over 2,300 ratings and a B on Fakespot. It has three drawers with three dividers and can store 24 spices. “If you love an organized pantry like me you would love to add this spice rack to your addition. I absolutely love mine!” “I love this spice holder. I have very narrow cabinets on the sides of my cooktop so trying to organize spices for easy access wasn’t happening. I was tired of the turntables where you still have to go digging into the inner circles to try to find what you need. This was the perfect solution.”

Other Deals:
$70 off a Samsung Galaxy Tab 8 inch tablet

$7 off Mario Badescu the Facial Spray Collection

$20 off Playmobil Take Along Diner

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  1. superashes says:

    FWIW we got a spice cabinet once and I ended up just hating it. We went with magnetized spice jars that can stick on the fridge to get more space.

  2. Becks1 says:

    CB! these are my favorite workout leggings from Amazon, they’re on cyber monday sale now, I’m so excited! They’re really high quality in my opinion and feel a lot more expensive than they actually are. They hold up really well to repeated washings and going in the dryer. I’ve actually been meaning to email you about these to feature in a post lol bc I love them that much.

  3. Abby says:

    I have an Oontz speaker and I love it. I take it all over the house and outside–I never realized how much nicer music sounds through speakers vs. on my phone! 🙂

  4. thaisajs says:

    That Revlon hair brush styler thing is legit. I got it a few years ago on advice from the girls in my office. Allows me to easily do a blowout of my wavy hair in minutes. Genius. I got an extra one last year when it was on sale for about $35. That price today is really really cheap.

    • Sinead says:

      Not for me! That revlon dryer didn’t work for me (shoulder length hair with slight to medium kink). I had to dry my hair to 80% with a hairdryer and then use a straightener to smooth out the frizz and then use the revlon to add body. Same effect is achieved, and 100% easier, by using a hairdryer and Velcro rollers

      • Lisa says:

        I kind of agree. I had shoulder length wavy hair (recently cut short due to bleach damage) , and had to use my Dyson hairdryer to get to 80% dry, then section my hair and use the Revlon brush. The one thing I didn’t love was it took every bit of volume out of my hair. so flat. I still love it for a blowout, but for me it wasn’t a holy grail.

  5. notsoanonymous says:

    I have thick curly hair and love that Revlon brush – just make sure you use a heat protectant spray with it every single time. It gets HOT!

    As for the spice rack, I have one small / narrow cabinet and that thing is amazing! I have a larger wider version in my pantry to hold my less used items. They are really fantastic uses of space!

  6. goofpuff says:

    I love my vitamix 🙂 I also recommend the ninja iFoodie if you want to make smaller personal size shakes.

  7. Kari says:

    Thank you so much for this!! I had the vitamix on my wishlist but bought it today when I saw your post. I checked to make sure no one had bought it for me already! I wouldn’t have thought to check for it being on sale today. I love these posts!

  8. Twin falls says:

    The Revlon wand doesn’t dry my hair (lots of long fine wavy hair) any faster than a hair dryer and brush and doesn’t get it as smooth as using a flat iron so for me, it’s not a winner.

    The bags that sort your clothes inside a suitcase are awesome though!

  9. Willow says:

    Definitely trying the hair brush. And was just going to order more Blueair filters. Thanks for the sale tip! Will use the link.

  10. Kathryn says:

    Thanks for this round up very helpful! The one step hair dryer changed my life. I have thick frizzy hair and the tool makes is so smooth in a matter of minutes. I get many compliments about my hair now. As others have mentioned, I wouldn’t use this everyday because it can get so hot, but I only wash my hair twice a week.

  11. jwoolman says:

    Vitamix also sells refurbished models at good prices on a no-interest installment plan (five monthly payments). They have the same kind of long warranty as the new ones and last just as well. And if you look for

    Vitamix free shipping

    on the web, you can find plenty of sites (usually smoothie recipe sites and the like) that will give you a free shipping coupon code to use. The same is true for Blendtec (which is also a good brand) and probably the expensive Ninja that is tougher than the personal ones and is in the same class.

    I like refurbished from reliable companies like Vitamix because I figure any fatal flaws have been discovered and fixed….

    My ancient refurbished Vitamix (steel container with an annoying spigot) refused to die after decades but I wanted a newer one with a transparent spigot-less container and a smaller footprint (just no comfortable space for it any more, so I wasn’t using it). I remember when I first bought my old Vitamix – I had hesitated because of the prices, but once I got it, I wished I had just gone into debt for it earlier. I was having an especially tough pollen season that year, and hoped it would make it easier for me to get more fluid into me to make things more comfortable (it did).

    One of the first things I made in it was a thick honeydew melon drink, just with pieces of the melon and ice cubes, or else with frozen pieces of melon and water (the memory dims). It was so fantastic – the closest I had come to a milkshake in years (allergic to dairy). In my younger years I was enthusiastic enough to make my own peanut butter and cashew butter in it, among other things. Was always kitchen-challenged, but I could manage to do that. I even made bread dough sometimes in it. I did not make sawdust from a block of wood, which it could apparently do according to the ads….

    So I finally a few years ago went ahead and got the Vitamix idea of a personal blender for about $250, refurbished and in installments of about $50 per month. It had a smaller base (no problem on my counter) that fit the included 40oz container and a 20oz travel container (with a tight lid). I hoped it would help me up my nutritional game since I hadn’t been eating very well due to some issues. (It did.) As my shopping criterion, I specifically checked to make sure it was powerful enough to make raspberry/blackberry juice, pulverizing the seeds properly (it does), since the old Vitamix didn’t seem as good at that especially tough job, at least not the way I was using it. I was obsessed with the idea of making such juice for some reason, but it was also a good criterion to check for ability to pulverize things into smooth drinks.

    My only problem with the “personal blender” is that the containers aren’t as easy to clean because the blades are on a separate piece rather than in the container itself as in the old one. So I have to unscrew the blade assembly. Not a big deal, though. But I had liked just having to swish around some water in the old container to clean it for most things. Still nothing like the huge production of cleaning a dedicated juicer, in my experience, and of course you don’t lose the fiber in something like a Vitamix.

    Excuse me while I go make some juice in the Vitamix from some frozen pieces of melon, strawberry, and kiwifruit I found last night in the freezer during an archeological dig…