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While Amazon certainly has no shortage of great deals, the biggest markdowns are rarely advertised, so you have to call upon your inner Indiana Jones to find them. Well, attention intrepid deal hunters: We've found one that belongs in your own personal museum of mind-blowing deals...aka your home.
The Dser 23T 2200Pa Robotic Vacuum Cleaner is on secret sale at Amazon — if you use code 6IPD84S5, you can score it for just $80. That's 50 percent off an already tres-affordable vac! Just make sure to select the coupon on the product page, then enter the code at checkout along with your payment info.
Don't let the sale price fool you: This little robot can stack up to models three or four times more expensive. It easily gobbles up pet hair, dust and crumbs, and it automatically adjusts its power based on the type of floor it's on. The dustbin holds a ton of debris, so you're not constantly opening and emptying it.
It's a smart little guy, too: It's controlled via an easy-to-use remote, where you can set your preferred cleaning mode and the space you'd like it to focus on. It can also identify obstacles, such as stairs, and when it's on a different surface, so it can adjust its suction power accordingly.
And get this: If it senses it's low on fuel, the 22T automatically heads back to its station and recharges! Each re-up packs plenty of juice, too: It can roam around the house picking up dust and dirt for over 100 minutes before needing a break. Plus, it boasts over six different cleaning modes for different types of messes, including spot cleans, single-room cleans, manual and high-power.
"Next to my kid, I don’t think I’ve ever loved something so much!" a shopper declared. "Suction is amazing! I don’t know how this thing finds so much stuff to pick up. I have long hair and shed like a lab during spring. This vacuum is super easy to clean; it comes with a small set of tools that makes cutting my wrapped hair out extremely simple!!! My Dyson that cost twice as much didn’t even come with these extras."
Another added: "Wow!!!!!! This sweeps better than I can even sweep by hand. The little spinning brushes get under the table and chair legs to get all the dust bunnies we all hate. The transition from wood floor and tile to rugs and carpet is flawless. There were a few times it would flip the corner of a rug, but would figure itself out to fix it and continue on. Highly recommend this to anyone. I wish I would have done this years ago!!!"
At the height of Europe's vaccine supply crisis in March, Johnson & Johnson's (J&J) single-dose COVID-19 vaccine was touted as a game-changer. Despite the shot's clear logistical advantage of not requiring a booster, the European Union has only administered about half of the delivered doses - an uptake rate much lower than any rival COVID-19 vaccine, including AstraZeneca's, which has also been dogged by supply and safety issues.
Asian stock markets followed Wall Street higher on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve chairman said a U.S. inflation spike probably is temporary, helping to calm fears central bankers might feel pressure to roll back economic stimulus. Overnight, Wall Street's benchmark S&P 500 index rose 0.5% to near last week's all-time high after Fed chairman Jerome Powell said inflation is mostly in areas that suffer supply shortages.
Japanese soccer player Kumi Yokoyama said they are transgender — a revelation praised in the U.S. where they play in the National Women’s Soccer League but an identity not legally recognized in Japan. The 27-year-old forward for the Washington Spirit said they felt more comfortable with their own gender identity while living in the United States, where teammates and friends are more open to gender and sexual diversity. “I’m coming out now,” Yokoyama said in a video talk on former teammate Yuki Nagasato’s YouTube channel.
After losing to England and drawing with Czech Republic, Croatia were under pressure in their final Group D game but the 2018 World Cup finalists responded through goals from Modric, Nikola Vlasic and Ivan Perisic to finish second. Modric's form had been called into question at the Euros but the 35-year-old shaped a sensational finish into the corner of the net with the outside of his boot to make it 2-1 in the second half, sending his side on to a victory. At 35 years and 286 days, Modric became Croatia's oldest goalscorer at the Euros.
Cash is still king in Switzerland, a Swiss National Bank study published on Wednesday found, although the wealthy country's citizens are increasingly turning to cards and apps for payments during the pandemic. Around 43% of one-off payments in supermarkets and restaurants are made with cash, the most popular payment instrument, the survey said. But cash has lost some of its appeal, with the figure dropping from the 70% level in the last SNB survey in 2017.
Opposition is mounting from Australian Indigenous groups to draft Western Australian heritage legislation as groups say there is little change to regulations that allowed Rio Tinto to destroy culturally and historically important caves last year. Rio's destruction of the 46,000 year old Juukan Gorge rock shelters led to a leadership overhaul and a national inquiry into how heritage of the world's oldest living continuous culture is managed. The Aboriginal Heritage Action Alliance (AHAA), which represents the state's senior traditional owners, wrote to Aboriginal Affairs Minister Stephen Dawson last week to express their legal and cultural concerns over the draft bill, which is set to be introduced in the state parliament later this year, it said.
"I am a numbers guy," Yang, once seen as the front-runner, told supporters. "And I am not going to be the next mayor of New York city based on upon the numbers that have come in tonight. I am conceding this race."
India Walton claimed victory over Byron Brown in the Democratic primary for Mayor of Buffalo on June 22.Video filmed at the campaign watch party at the Poize nightclub in Buffalo shows supporters clapping, cheering, and yelling, “this is what democracy looks like!”Walton is attempting to take the Democratic line from Mayor Brown, who is seeking his fifth term in power. If successful, Walton would be Buffalo’s first female mayor.Brown said Tuesday evening that he would not concede until every vote was counted, including absentee ballots. Credit: Hijab Khan via Storyful
Deandre Ayton made the go-ahead catch and dunk with one second left and a bloodied Devin Booker scored 20 points as the Phoenix Suns shocked the Los Angeles Clippers 104-103 in game two of their NBA playoff series.
It's hard to keep up with the fundraising spree in China's autonomous driving industry these days. Guangzhou- and California-based robotaxi company WeRide, which counts Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance as one of its strategic investors, has raised over $600 million in just under five months from its Series B and C financing rounds. WeRide has kept details of the backing privy until today when it disclosed the investment was a lofty sum of $310 million from Alliance Ventures, a strategic venture capital fund operated by Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi, China Structural Reform Fund, a Chinese state-owned private equity fund, and Pro Capital, which manages China's CDB Equipment Manufacturing Funds.
A funnel cloud was spotted gliding across the sky in Quebec’s south on June 21 amid official reports of severe thunderstorm activity in the region.This footage by Christian Mercier was shot from the small town of Saint-Narcisse, just north of the Saint Lawrence River. The funnel cloud can be seen changing shape as it floats against the stormy sky. Credit: Christian Mercier via Storyful