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10 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Matouk to Sony

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Our Monday sift through the internet’s sale bins unearthed a bunch of unexpected deals, from a plush Matouk robe to a beloved massager. And for those who’ve yet to find the perfect Father’s Day gift, we think a few of these would make meaningful presents for Dad (that’ll arrive in time, too).

Hyperice Hypervolt
$299

The Bloomingdale’s sitewide sale ends tonight, so there’s still time to snag a massager tool loved by physical therapists, chiropractors, and massage therapists alike for alleviating sore muscles (and one we think would be much appreciated by the dad with a sore back).

And for a full spalike effect, buy this plush cotton Matouk robe, available in a range of unisex sizes, for him to lounge in after.

While it’s not exactly sweater season, Dad (or you) will be glad to have this cotton-cashmere sweater on hand once the temperature dips.

Since you likely won’t be able to go in for a routine cleaning for a while, it wouldn’t hurt to swap out your analog toothbrush for the Strategist-ordained “Tesla of electric toothbrushes,” revered for its efficient, high-frequency cleaning power and smartphone-compatible technology.

If you happen to be quarantining with Dad, gift him these reliably good noise-canceling headphones from Sony, which, depending on his preferred video-watching volume levels, might even second as a gift for yourself.

There is no bed a Martha Stewart sheet set won’t brighten, especially this four-piece set in a not too dizzying floral.

For a slightly bolder floral, here’s a high-neck maxi dress from Free People.

We found our favorite Dyson asthma- and allergy-friendly air purifier, which acts as both a fan and heater, for 25 percent off — meaning you’ll get three gadgets for the price of (less than) one.

For the techier dad who likes to go wireless, Strategist editor Maxine Builder, after testing an array of wireless earbuds, found these to be unrivaled in sound quality, comfort, and design — and they’re the cheapest we’ve ever seen them.

And, finally, a vintage-inspired pair of tube socks to invoke fond memories of gym class from decades past.

The Strategist is designed to surface the most useful, expert recommendations for things to buy across the vast e-commerce landscape. Some of our latest conquests include the best acne treatments, rolling luggage, pillows for side sleepers, natural anxiety remedies, and bath towels. We update links when possible, but note that deals can expire and all prices are subject to change.

10 Things on Sale You’ll Want: From Matouk to Sony