In our never-ending quest to bring you the best deals, we've stumbled upon a midweek treasure trove! It's an odd mix, but there are some killer discounts on both sex tech and PC components this week—here are some of our favorites. And don't forget, Nordstrom's Anniversary Sale is still running through August 6, and we've selected the best deals right here.
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Sex Toy Deals
This little thing is a great starter vibrator for anyone curious about anal stimulation. It has a flared base so it's safe to use, and at 3.5 inches long, it's a very approachable size for most people. Make sure you use lots of lube though!
Womanizer's Starlet is a classic little suction stimulator. It features a sleek, rounded design that fits nicely in the hand, and the mouth is a soft, flexible silicone. Like other suction toys, the Starlet uses air pressure to simulate the sucking sensation provided by oral sex, and it's a great pick for anyone looking for targeted clitoral stimulation.
Satisfyer's Curvy 3+ is another one of our long-time favorites. It features a horn-shaped body, which makes it easy to grip from various angles. The mouth is broad and soft, so you get some diffuse stimulation alongside the targeted suction. A wider mouth also means less-intense stimulation for anyone who is particularly sensitive.
Who doesn't need a glow-in-the-dark dildo for their home decor? This one is dual-density, with a soft silicone exterior and firmer core, simulating the actual feeling of an erect phallus. It's flared so it's safe for anal play and will work in most harnesses. Plus it glows in the dark, which is a bit of extra fun.
PC Component DealsCorsair RM Series 750-W ATX Power Supply for $110 ($14 off)Amazon
Corsair's 750-watt power supply packs enough punch for even the most power-hungry graphics card and CPU combos. This exact model doesn't show up on our How to Build a PC guide, but it's comparable to the recommendations we have there.
I've used one of these solid state drives for a while now, and it's as quick as it is reliable. It's a great pick for any PC, but also if you're looking to expand the storage on your PS5.