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When we asked Golde founder Trinity Mouzon Wofford to name the ten things she can’t live without, she mentioned this whisk from Golde, a top seller for the brand that frequently sells out. The whisk, which is rechargeable via USB, is “really powerful,” she says, and ideal for making ultrasmooth, super-frothy lattes. Typically, the whisk is $24; the code STRAT20 brings the price down to $19. Inventory is limited, so don’t dillydally.
We take our guide to men’s boxer briefs so seriously that only ten pairs currently make the cut. These ones from MeUndies earned their spot by being, in the words of one of the guys who told us about them, “oddly soft.” Another fan adds that they “never ride up, fray, or tighten at the waistband, no matter how many NYC-laundromat drying cycles you blast them with.” During our sale, they’re available for 25 percent off with the code STRAT25 — the best deal the brand has offered all year. That deal, we should add, applies to six different cuts, so you won’t have to sacrifice your preferred length and style to get the discount.
Fellow’s Stagg EKG kettle has long held a place in the Strategist 100, our collection of the most stood-behind things we’ve ever written about, because everyone from baristas to tea sommeliers continues to tell us how much they love having it in the kitchen. Not only does it look great, but it also lets you customize the water temperature so you don’t burn your tea, pour-over grounds, or Cup Noodles and has a gooseneck spout for a controlled, perfect pour. With the code Strat21, Fellow will drop its cost to $118 — the lowest price the kettle has been this year.
Last fall, Fellow released its first coffee grinder after months of anticipation among baristas. As our coffee-obsessed writer explains, Fellow’s Ode is a flat-burr grinder that some experts “believed would finally make the technology found in their favorite $900 grinder a lot more accessible.” After getting his hands on one, our writer found it “satisfyingly easy to use,” noting that all you need to do to get a proper grind from among the seven it offers is to “turn its pleasingly giant dial.” The Ode, he adds, is far quieter than other electric grinders, emitting only a light rustling that he’d “compare to the sound of crumpling up a newspaper.” And in terms of grind quality, our writer put it this way: “I have consistently been able to detect very specific notes from coffee ground by the Ode, whereas I sometimes need to grind beans two or three times in others to brew the perfect cup.” Fellow has never offered it for more than 20 percent off, which is exactly what our exclusive code Strat21 will get you.