Kodak Luma Projector

8 Great Outdoor Deals: Projectors, Speakers & Grills

Memorial Day Deals It may be over, but fear not! There are still big discounts going on, and we’ve rounded up a few to get you ready for more summer outdoor fun. Set up a projector on your patio for a movie marathon, or coordinate outside cooking just about anywhere with a portable grill. You can even spend the day in the sun and search for your favorite song. Either way, we have deals for you.

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Projectors Offers

Check out our guide to the best projectors for more recommendations and tips.

Kodak Loma 400

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Click the coupon button to see the discount at checkout. Remember when you’d visit a friend’s house to see a movie, only to be surprised by the awesome home movie theater downstairs? Kodak Luma 400 can help you be that friend anywhere. It’s so portable and lightweight, it even includes a tripod. It’s Android powered, so you can download movies and apps like Netflix to watch your favorites wherever you are. Just find an empty wall and hit Play!

For a little less, you can get good quality LG PH30N CineBeam. It has a resolution of 720 pixels and displays an image of up to 100 inches. In addition, you can broadcast your favorite Weird things The episode (we’re all watching) right from your phone without having to connect to anything. The device doesn’t get too bright and the battery life is short, so it’s best to use it to catch up on an episode or two of your favorite show before bed.

Headphones Offers

Check out our guide to the best bluetooth speakers for more recommendations.

Tribe Storm Box Micro 2

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Enter the code TR10 To find out the discount at checkout. It’s small, but the Tribit StormBox Micro 2 is fierce. At just 7 inches long, it sounds “a lot better than it should be for the price,” according to audio-seasoned product testers. It has clear sound, customizable bass levels, and up to 20 hours of battery life – all for under $100. Toss this little box in your bag to bring your tunes with you all summer long.

The Duffer Brothers have “Run Up That Hill” stuck in our heads (I’m on a Weird things Kick, okay?), so now it’s your turn to blast it as loud as possible to keep Vecna ​​away with UE Boom 3. The sound is surprisingly great, so much so that you’ll hear every whimsical moment of pop music Kate Bush sings for hours. And if one of them isn’t enough, you can even pair multiple UE speakers together for a surround sound experience. Did I mention it’s water resistant?

This stylish bluetooth speaker has a handle so you can carry it from a beach party to…a beach party. It’s durable and splash-proof, plus the battery lasts 20 hours (you can recharge it via USB-C). There are three knobs on top to control volume, treble, and bass so you can really find your groove.

outdoor cooking shows

Check out our guide to the best portable grills for other options.

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You don’t need a backyard or someone’s parent to host your next barbecue. The Cuisinart Venture Grill is a great and portable tool so you can heat up a hot dog, hamburger or whatever you want wherever you are. It is easy to carry, gas powered, and has a bamboo cutting board for preparing food.

When this deal hits your eyes like a big pizza pie, it’s awesome! I’d like to apologize for that joke, but when you take a bite out of your first slice of homemade pizza on a sweet summer’s night, you’ll thank me. Pi pizza oven (8/10, WIRED recommends) compact, works well with cast iron pans for deep dishes, And the Doubles as a flat cooking surface. Mama Mia!

If you don’t need a portable grill, this Weber is our top pick in our guide to the best full-size grills. The simplicity, build quality, even cooking temperatures, and easy-to-adjust burners make this grill the best value for most people, says Scott Gilbertson, senior writer for WIRED.

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