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Prime Day deals are off to a really good start.

When you’re digging through dollar bins for vinyl, dropping $100+ on a record player kind of misses the point. Fortunately, you can save 33 percent on Crosley cruiser turntables, today only on Amazon.

The trendy, three-speed record players come in a variety of colors that make them very popular. They’re battery-operated and have built-in speakers for convenient portability, however, audiophiles will tell you that it’s better to plug in using the RCA output.

Crosley cruiser II turntables normally cost $89.99, but are only $59.99 today only, which is the lowest they’ve ever been. The deal is part of Amazon’s Prime Day countdown, so it’s exclusive to Prime members only. However, you can sign up for a 30-day free trial to access the deals. Check out more about Prime Day here.

Grab this sweet-sounding deal while supplies last. Buy it here.

Friday’s best deals:

1Rock out to 20 percent off music gear by Yamaha, Marshall, and more.

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Price on Amazon: $37.99 - $449.25

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2) All day I dream about Adidas gear being 50 percent off.

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Price on Amazon: $10.99-$30.99

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3) Get the best-selling portable charger by Anker for 66 percent off today.

Amazon

Price on Amazon: $26.99 (regularly $79.99)

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4) Charge all your PS4 controllers in one simple dock, on sale for $16.

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Price on Amazon: $15.99 (regularly $29.99)

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5) Save $35 on Polaroid's adorably tiny Cube HD action video camera.

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Price on Amazon: $64.99 (regularly $99.99)

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6) Save 47 percent on the heavy-duty Altec Lansing Bluetooth speaker.

Amazon

Price on Amazon: $79.99 (regularly $149.99)

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