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October 15, 2021
The Best Things On Sale This Week, From Vitamix To Graf Lantz
Pots, blenders, dining chairs, and more.
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The deals this week are all over the place, and we refuse to apologize for this. Still, there’s a pretty good chance that you need something off this list — such as a merino wool wine tote (which is better than a non-merino wine tote) or a ruffled pie dish for when you remember that it’s fall and you should be baking. There’s also a discount on an ultra-deluxe blender, in case you’d like to get better at making smoothies. Scroll on for all the best home and kitchen sales to shop right now.

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All-Clad D3 Tri-Ply Stainless Steel 5-Piece Cookware Set

All-Clad’s D3 stainless steel cookware is about as good as it gets, and we honestly aren’t sure why it goes on sale every so often. But don’t question it. This is a great starter set with a fry pan for searing, a sauté pan for braising, and a sauce pan so can you make apple sauce with all those unnecessary apples you brought home from an orchard last weekend.

Get All-Clad D3 Tri-Ply Stainless Steel 5-Piece Cookware Set ($400, was $635) →

Vitamix Ascent 3500 Brushed Stainless Steel Blender

Blenders sure are fancy now, and this Vitamix Ascent blender is one of the fanciest. It has five program settings (from soup to smoothies), a built-in timer, and even a touchscreen. The price is the only downside, but at least you can save $50 right now.

Get Ascent 3500 Brushed Stainless Steel Blender ($550, was $600) →

Proposition Cocktail Co. Alcohol-Free Adaptogenic Cocktail

It’s always a good idea to have some zero-proof cocktails on hand, in case you (or a guest) would like to avoid drinking booze. Proposition is one of our favorite companies offering such beverages — and if you ever want to turn this into an alcoholic cocktail, all you have to do is... add alcohol.

Get Proposition Cocktail Co. Alcohol-Free Adaptogenic Cocktail ($5, was $8) →

Evie Dining Chair

Considering how often we look at dining chairs online, you would think that we’re constantly breaking ours and/or using them for firewood. But this is simply not the case. We just like chairs, such as these Japandi-appropriate ones from Urban Outfitters.

Get Evie Dining Chair ($196, was $229) →

Sonix UV Sanitizing Box

When traveling in this new world of ours, you can get some extra peace of mind with a UV box that sanitizes your phone, keys, and sunglasses. The box doesn’t necessarily need to have a faux-leather/tortoiseshell motif, but it also doesn’t hurt.

Get Sonix UV Sanitizing Box ($25, was $85) →

Emile Henry Modern Classics Pie Dish, 9"

It’s pie season, and that’s a real thing. Probably. Either way, it’s now cool enough outside to use your oven, and your cloves, cinnamon, and nutmeg are growing impatient in your spice rack. So pick up this 9-inch pie dish from the master ceramicists at Emile Henry. (It’s available in a few different colors.)

Get Emile Henry Modern Classics Pie Dish, 9" ($35, was $47)→

Emile Henry Ruffled Pie Dish

Perhaps you prefer something a little more baroque. That’s reasonable, and we think you should grab this ruffled Emile Henry pie dish instead.

Get Emile Henry Modern Classics Pie Dish, 9" ($35, was $50)→

Global Sashimi Knife

One day, someone will gift us a sashimi knife so that we can cut ultra-thin slices of fish for ourselves. Until then, we’ll continue to stare at this 10-inch one from Global (which is currently 40% off).

Get Global Sashimi Knife ($120, was $200)→

Insignia 14-Bottle Wine Cooler

Even if you don’t have room for a wine fridge in your home, you probably have room for a wine fridge in home. Case in point: this little 14-bottle option from Insignia. Start storing your aged grape juice properly in order to let it reach its full potential.

Get Insignia 14-Bottle Wine Cooler ($140, was $170)→

Snow Peak Ti-Mini Solo Combo 2.0

It’s still camping season, and we want you to be better at camping than everyone else. That’s why you should get this cook set from Snow Peak made from lightweight Japanese titanium.

Get Snow Peak Ti-Mini Solo Combo 2.0 ($68, was $76)→

Graf Lantz Cozy Wine Carrier Solo

If something from Graf Lantz goes on sale, chances are, we’ll tell you about it. This company has a way with merino wool, and the fuzzy wine carrier right here is a great example. Show up to a party with this, and people will assume you’re more successful than you actually are.

Get Graf Lantz Cozy Wine Carrier Solo ($35, was $39)→

W&P Porter Seal Tight Bowl

As offices become a thing once more, quality food storage containers are a must. Bring your lunch to work in this silicone-wrapped glass bowl, from the design experts at W&P.

Get W&P Porter Seal Tight Bowl ($27, was $30)→

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