Best Black Friday Deals going on Right Now

Get Ready! These are the Best Black Friday Deals going on Right Now – 2019

Black Friday is here, let the deals begin!

I spent the last couple of days waiting and researching to find the best Black Friday deals that are going on. Well, here they are – the best Black Friday deals I could find.

Some of these deals are on a time limit (4-6 hours) and some are going for the whole day. Most of the deals on this list will end tonight at midnight.

There are a few notable deals in here that only go on sale once in a blue moon, like Pelican and once they sell out, they are gone.

A few of my favorites from this year are Pelican, Plano, Jackery, and Fiskers. I own a few of these items like the Plano tactical storage case (great for recovery gear), Fiskers axe, Gerber Multi-Tool, and I just bought the Jackery power station. The deal was too good to pass up and those power stations are never on sale.

There are a ton of deals going on right now but these are the best ones I found that had rock-bottom prices.

Jackery Portable Power Station Explorer 160

Whether you are camping or just need some extra power around the house, these power banks come in very handy. I just picked up this deal and am pretty stoked to see what this power bank is all about. Usually, this product comes in at $ 159.99 but their Black Friday sale price is only $117.99!

Plano All Weather Tactical Gun Case

This is a classic. These Plano long gun storage cases are great for recovery gear. The one pictured here is the All-Weather Tactical Gun Case. I own this case and it has proven to exceed my expectations after the many trips it has been on. From snow to rain and everything in between, the Plano has proven its worth. Their list price is usually $179.99 and their Black Friday deal is only $74.99! This is one seriously great deal! 😱

Plano 1919 Sportsman Trunk with Wheels, Grey

If you are looking for a full-size camping gear box, or extra-large recovery gear box, this Plano is a great option. With a 108 qt capacity and built-in pull grip, this is one pretty durable and dependable case. Usually $50, you can pick this up for only $34.

Fiskars 378841-1002 X27 Super Splitting Axe (36″), Inch, Black

Fiskars makes some of the best overland gear accessories out there and this ax is one of them! I own and use this ax quite often. From around the house to the trails, this accessory comes in very handy. It’s also backed by a Lifetime warranty and only weighs 5.85 pounds. Usually $70, only $40 on sale! Also, Fiskars has a bunch of their stuff on sale right now.

GEARWRENCH 20 Pc. Ratcheting Wrench Set, SAE/Metric

Gearwrench is one of my favorite tool brands. They have some screaming deals right now. From open-end wrenches to their pass-thru wrenches, and much more, Gearwrench is a must-see this Black Friday. Pictured is a Metric/SAE combo set – and although we don’t need SAE, you never know when someone on the side of the road might. Great to throw in a tool roll in your truck.

Lodge Cast Iron Skillet, Pre-Seasoned and Ready for Stove Top or Oven Use, 10.25″, Black

Everyone needs a good cast iron. This Lodge cast iron skillet is pre-seasoned and ready to go. Great for camping or even for use on your stove at the house. Usually $26, now only $13. Awesome deal!

Garmin Smart Watches

I don’t own a digital watch, but man these Garmin watches look awesome, with some serious functionality to boot. Usually $269 – you can pick this Garmin Vívoactive 3 for only  $116. Super deal!

Gerber Suspension Multi-Plier

I really like my Gerber stuff. I actually paid $50 for this multi-tool about a year ago. You can now grab this guy for only $27 – crazy good deal!

Pelican Elite 30 Quart Cooler

Last but not least we have Pelican. Tried, true, tested, and expensive as hell. But today you can get some seriously good deals on Pelican coolers. Usually $224, you can pick this cooler up for only $168.

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Christopher Owens
Christopher Owens
4 years ago

I’ve had Garmin smart watches for a while. They’re quite capable. The biggest problem I have with all the ones that I’ve had are that they have transflective displays (backlit passive LCD). The backlights aren’t very bright and they’re tough to read with a busy screen in the dark because of it. In bright ambient light, they’re great. Not sure if the expensive D2s have active displays. But they’re a little rich for my blood.

4 years ago

I’m an Apple guy as well, but own a Garmin Instinct GPS watch that I like (and no Apple watch). Garmin’s choice of display is due to battery life – my Instinct can last 8-12 days with its display constantly on (white on black background selected).

Christopher Owens
Christopher Owens
4 years ago
Reply to  Brenan Greene

I have a fair amount of data in the Garmin ecosystem, so I’ve stayed with it for now. That, and they’re priced well (aside from the D2s). I still can’t make myself drop $500 on a watch yet, although I do love the Apple Watch display quality and brightness (I’m an Apple guy). But if I were an Android guy, the Samsung Gear is also an exceptional option.

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