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You might be busy today shopping for the best electronics deals, but that doesn't mean you should overlook items for the home! Below we've rounded up a handful of the top Editors' Choice kitchen deals, but we'll be updating this page throughout the day with the latest home deals, so make sure to check back again later for more options.
Is It Worth It?: You might not become a chef extraordinaire like Wolfgang Puck after buying his branded cutlery, you'll certainly feel good about the savings: this 6-piece set is a price low by $20, making it essentially half off. (Note that non-members pay $2 more.) It features a 3.5" paring knife, 5" santoku knife, 6" scalloped utility knife, 7" chef's santoku knife, kitchen shears, and block.
Is It Worth It?: Nespresso products don't often receive large discounts, which means that your best opportunity to get this capsule-based espresso maker is to opt for a refurb. This deals offer the best price ever for the Citiz model, which comes with an attached milk frother. (Most Nespresso machines require you buy the frother separately, which alone could cost up to $100.) Additional features include a 19-bar pump and semiautomatic scaling. A 180-day Nespresso warranty applies.
Is It Worth It?: Did you miss out on yesterday's deal on this Oneida Zinc flatware set? Well, you're in luck. We just found it for you for $3 less! This 82-piece dinnerware setting is not only the lowest total price we've seen for any Oneida 82-piece flatware set, it's also among the cheapest Oneida flatware sets we've seen in general. Dig in, eh?
Is It Worth It?: Whether you want to store your Thanksgiving leftovers in the least expensive Pyrex 14-piece set we've seen or feed them to your favorite dealnews writers is up to you. However, the pictured Pyrex 14-Piece Glass Storage Bowl Set will save you $16 via this $10 mail-in rebate and comes with 1-cup bowls, two 2-cup bowls, two 4-cup bowls, and a 7-cup bowl, each with a lid. You could of course also opt for the Pyrex 8-Piece Deluxe Glass Storage Bowl Set (which includes 1-qt., 1.5-qt., 2.5-qt., and 4-qt. bowls with lids) and mail in this $10 rebate. Either way, these Pyrex sets are just $9.97 a pop.
Is It Worth It?: If you're particular about your wine and want it chilled to an exact temperature, then this Frigidaire 8-bottle wine chiller is a must-have. This particular model is a price low by $50, but it's also just an exceptionally inexpensive wine fridge. It measures 10x18.25" and features LED controls, an interior light, adjustable temperature control, and more.
Is It Worth It?: Keep your food fresh with the lowest total price we've ever seen on this FoodSaver kit. Preserving your food with this system will also maintain flavors and prevent the texture from degrading over time. This set comes with the FoodSaver V850 vacuum sealer, 0.75-, 1.5-, and 2.5-quart canisters, three 1-quart FoodSaver bags, two 1-gallon FoodSaver bags, 11" x 10-foot bag roll, accessory hose, storage clips, and more.
If you want a slightly more advanced FoodSaver kit, you could also try the FoodSaver GameSaver Bronze Set (which comes with three boxes of 11x192" rolls and two boxes of 8x240" rolls) for $78.39 or the FoodSaver V3250 Vacuum Sealer Kit for $99.99 via coupon code "K2FE2AA", both with free shipping.
Is It Worth It?: The perfect gift for any 20-something looking to upgrade his kitchen tools is a cast iron pot like this Dutch oven from Food Network. There are 10 colors to choose from, allowing you to match the pot to the recipient's personality to a T. We think the pictured Orange color is perfect for a cheerful, happy-go-lucky person. (Or, for someone who attended Syracuse University.) Assuming you'll use the Kohl's Cash, this pot is a current low by $54 and the least expensive 5.5-qt. Dutch oven ever.