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12 Things On Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Blendtec to Sperry

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It’s Election Day, so if you’re looking for a distraction from the stressful news cycle, we’ve found plenty of great giftable deals to get a head start on the holidays (and Black Friday!), both of which are right around the corner. There’s lots of things for keeping warm, cozy, and productive at home, like some $100-and-under cashmere sweaters, an earthy candle, and a mesh home-office chair.

$89

Bloomingdale’s is having a flash sale on cashmere — up to 50 percent off — that includes this turtleneck from the store’s much-recommended in-house line Aqua, available in classic colors like black as well as this minty green.

Here’s another classic cashmere sweater on sale for him. Plus, shipping is free.

This rechargeable electric toothbrush from the always-reliable Philips Sonicare line comes with a built-in timer that tells you how long to brush.

From $26

These sweatpants are water resistant, which is nice if you need to walk the dog in the rain or have a propensity for spilling drinks while lounging.

$11

Gift a little one in your life with this easy-to-use set of 14 double-sided L.O.L. Dolls–themed rubbing plates that comes with crayons, paper, and more; it can make up to 100 designs.

The weather has officially turned cold and wet, and we found these durable duck boots in Nordstrom’s sale section.

This under-$100 packable puffer coat has a flattering cut-in waist and comes in sky blue as well as this Champagne color.

This earthy vetiver-sage candle comes with a ceramic holder and lid, so even after you’ve burned it all, you’ll still have a nice container to display on your shelf.

$350

One of our chef-recommended picks for the best blender for smoothies is $100 off at Best Buy (one chef even told us it’s slightly more powerful than a Vitamix).

This 350-degree oscillating fan from Dyson collects pollutants from the air as it cools and even tells you about your air quality in real time.

If you’re still working hunched over your dining table — or worse, in bed, — now’s the time to invest in a home-office chair, like this compact, easily assembled task chair with a mesh back for spinal support.