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This wildly popular impact-resistant hard shell luggage set includes a 20-, 24- and 28-inch case. Additional highlights include mesh pockets, TSA-approved combination locks and 360-degree spinner wheels.
"We just took this luggage to Europe for a 3-week trip. Five cities, four flights, two trains and a stay on the third floor of a castle with no elevator. The suitcases held up great with not even a scratch. I’m very happy with this luggage and am planning to buy a second set," said one of 12,000 five-star reviewers.
The Breville Smart Oven air fryer is a lifesaver during summer get-togethers, family visits and holiday celebrations. With an extra-large capacity, it can fit everything from a 9-by-13 casserole dish and a 14-pound turkey to nine slices of toast. It's a boon in warmer months because it won't heat up your house the way your regular oven will.
"Love this countertop oven! Great for making small meals. Cooks fast and fits perfectly in the space I planned to use it in. I use it several times a week and it inspires me to be a cook again. Great job Breville!"
This stellar 50-inch Samsung TV is the epitome of luxury on a budget — it's $500 off! The super-thin design makes it easy to fit anywhere and look good all at the same time. And if you're all about turning your space into a smart home, it's compatible with Alexa, Google, Bixby and SmartThings.
"Omg! This is the best TV I have seen!" raved a fan. "I got it 2 days ago and I cannot get over how clear the picture is. The colors jump out at you...the setup was so simple. It is by far the best TV I have ever owned. I highly recommend this TV."
What makes the Roomba 692 so special? It learns your cleaning habits and can create a personalized cleaning schedule just for you and your space. Oh, and it's $81 off right now. It's even compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant — just instruct your smart-home assistant to start your weekly (or daily) clean, and the Roomba will get right to work.
"I love this thing!" a happy shopper noted. "It really is like magic. Literally, my husband and I were talking about how we need to sweep our floors every day/every other day but how we both hate it. Almost our entire house is tile and hardwood and I'm pretty much over it! Not even a week later I got this! I run it every day!! You set up a schedule and never think about it again!"
Because it's bladeless, this fan keeps you cool in complete silence. It features six speeds, three modes and a remote you can program to operate for up to 12 hours. You can also track the room temperature, speed, mode and timer settings on the large LED display.
"It has a 'natural' mode that mimics real wind with gusts and breeze," wrote someone who called it the "perfect fan," adding, "It's absolutely amazing! I thought it was gimmicky, but it's the only mode I use. It puts me to sleep so quickly."
Rovman Powell has blasted two fours and six sixes in a 28-ball 61 not out as West Indies proved too much for Bangladesh in their second Twenty20 international .Bangladesh scored 6-158 in reply to the hosts 5-193 in Roseau, Dominica on Sunday to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.
Rain-ravaged communities in Greater Sydney should brace for what could be the worst flooding in the past 18 months, the federal emergency management minister says.Senator Murray Watt says the federal government has committed more defence force support following a request overnight from the NSW government.
Australia have claimed one bronze on the final night of the 19th FINA world championships to finish with a haul of 19 medals in Budapest.After 34-year-old Shixin Li came third in the one-metre springboard on Thursday - Australia's first in diving - the pair of Maddison Keeney and Anabelle Smith secured the bronze in the women's 3m synchronised springboard final on Sunday.
A Black man was unarmed when Akron police chased him on foot and killed him in a hail of gunfire, but officers believed he had shot at them earlier from a vehicle and feared he was preparing to fire again, authorities say.Akron police released video on Sunday of the pursuit and killing of Jayland Walker, 25.
Wall Street has rallied to close higher in light trading, with investors heading into the long holiday weekend and embarking on the second half of the year looking for the next market-moving catalyst.All three major US stock indexes reversed early losses to end in positive territory after the stock market's worst first half in decades.
Scott McLaughlin has picked up his second career IndyCar victory - and it may well go down as one of the most special wins of his career.The New Zealander won at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course with his nervous parents watching from pit lane on Sunday.
President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has acknowledged Ukrainian forces have withdrawn from Lysychansk in Donbas, but vowed to restore control over the area thanks to the army's tactics and the prospect of new, improved weaponry."If the commanders of our army withdraw people from certain points at the front, where the enemy has the greatest advantage in fire power, and this also applies to Lysychansk, it means only one thing," Zelenskiy said in his nightly video address.
Pat Cash has launched a blistering attack on Nick Kyrgios, accusing his fellow Australian of cheating, abuse and dragging tennis down to new depths.The 1987 Wimbledon champion, who commentated on Kyrgios's spiteful barn-burner of a victory over Stefanos Tsitsipas on Saturday, said the controversial Canberra showman was turning the game into a circus.
Wimbledon sensation Jason Kubler has recalled the dark days when he was so broke that he dreaded being scheduled at night at low-money events around Australia.Because he knew if he'd lost, it was too late to catch a flight home and he'd have to stump up the cash for another night's accommodation.
Taking nothing for granted but feeling supreme, Nick Kyrgios says it's too soon to look ahead to a must-watch all-Australian Wimbledon quarter-final with Alex de Minaur.That's the tantalising reality, though, as Kyrgios and de Minaur enter their respective fourth-round matches on Monday as warm favourites to advance to the last eight.
Presented with a huge opportunity to win Wimbledon, Ajla Tomljanovic's biggest second-week threat may well be .Charged with the seemingly impossible task of delivering Australian tennis fans an acceptable encore to Ash Barty's hoodoo-busting 2021 triumph at the All England Club, Tomljanovic has boldly stepped up to reach the last 16 for the second successive year.
A gunman has opened fire inside a busy shopping mall in the Danish capital, killing several people and wounding several others.A 22-year-old Danish man was arrested, Copenhagen police inspector Soren Thomassen told reporters, adding there was no indication that anyone else was involved in the attack, though police were still investigating.
On the day the centre court celebrated its 100th anniversary, one of its greatest champions Novak Djokovic marked the esteemed occasion by marching into yet another quarter-final at Wimbledon.And in the last eight for the 13th time, the six-times champ will doubtless meet one of the game's next superstars on the hallowed turf - even if not the one wunderkind most had expected.
Australia will give another $100 million in aid to Ukraine, including 34 extra military vehicles, and ban Russian gold imports, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said during a historic visit.Speaking in the capital Kyiv alongside President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, Mr Albanese also said Australia would impose sanctions and travel bans on 16 more Russian ministers and oligarchs, bringing the total number of Russian individuals sanctioned by Australia to 843.
West Coast Fever coach Dan Ryan hopes his team's breakthrough Super Netball triumph will be the start of a golden era.The Fever ended Western Australia's 25-year wait for a netball title when they beat the Melbourne Vixens 70-59 in Sunday's Super Netball grand final.
Nat Fyfe's revised AFL role might be the subject of intrigue but don't expect Fremantle coach Justin Longmuir to provide a running commentary.Fyfe played almost entirely at half-forward on Sunday as the Dockers survived an almighty scare from Port Adelaide to run out eight-point winners at Optus Stadium.
Health officials will front a child sexual abuse inquiry in Tasmania, a day after an urgent review was called into a hospital at the centre of harrowing claims.The state government on Sunday pledged to review child safety governance and the management of serious misconduct at the Launceston General Hospital.
Trade and tourism are high on the agenda for Jacinda Ardern as the New Zealand leader visits Australia this week.The Kiwi prime minister will attend a formal meeting with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, take part in an Australia-NZ leadership forum along with a number of New Zealand ministers, and deliver a speech on foreign policy at the Lowy Institute.