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9 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Kosas to Coach

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Today’s sales-bin sweep uncovered lots of in-season deals on a range of products we’ve written about before, especially those in the home and beauty space. There’s the “Swiss Army knife” of makeup palettes, my favorite set of sturdy stoneware bowls, and some toddler rain boots for the April showers approaching.

This little floor-and-meditation cushion from Goodee is made from hand-spun, handwoven, and hand-dyed cotton. It’s also on sale in a coordinating red-stripe print.

Lined with genuine shearling on a convertible ankle strap, these aren’t your mom’s gardening clogs. (Though she’d surely love a pair, too.)

While some waist packs can be scratchy — especially when slung over your shoulder — this one from Gramicci is wrapped in extra-soft fleece.

CamelBak Eddy+ Water Bottle

If you’re trying to up your water intake while cutting back on plastic water bottles, you can’t go wrong with the classic straw-lid CamelBak. It’s leakproof, odor resistant, dishwasher safe, and free of BPA.

I have Optimum internet, and after three consecutive days without service recently, one of the company’s representatives suggested that Optimum’s own router might be the problem and that I should buy my own router and modem to replace it. I went with an Eero router (a Strategist favorite), and I’m very happy I did — my internet is now lightning fast, and it hasn’t gone out since.

Today at clean beauty brand Kosas, all highlighter-blush powder palettes are 40 percent off with no code required. One reviewer calls the multiuse product the “Swiss Army knife” of their makeup bag, explaining that it can be used practically all over the face as eye shadow, bronzer, blush, and highlighter.

Lots of dishwasher-safe stoneware from West Elm’s Kanto collection is on sale including these matte ramen bowls. I purchased several pieces from the collection this past summer, and they’ve all washed and worn beautifully with zero chips, scratches, or cracks.

Finally, here’s a very deeply discounted peacoat from Jil Sander’s latest Uniqlo collaboration. It’s not quite as warm as a traditional peacoat, reviewers note, making it a great transitional coat for spring.

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.

9 Things on Sale You’ll Want: From Kosas to Coach