There are a lot of great deals to be had on a daily basis, but if you aren't looking for them you may miss your chance to save big. Luckily, we're going to round up the day's best deals right here to make it easier for you to check them all out and take advantage of them all.

From OBD-II scanners to Kano coding kits, here are today's best deals.

Elgato Stream Deck Mini content controller: $69.99 (Was $90)

This mini deck has six LCD keys you can customize to perform unlimited actions. If you need to switch scenes, adjust your audio, send out social media messages, or anything else, you can assign these keys to do that on the fly. In fact, one key can perform an unlimited number of actions so you can get your routine down to just a button. The controller has direct integration with programs like OBS, XSplit, Streamlabs, and more.

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Tacklife OBD-II Bluetooth car code scanner and tool: $7.48 (Was $15)

The code: NC27Z935. The diagnostic tool supports all OBD-II protocols and works on most vehicles sold in the U.S. since 1996. It retrieves both generic and car manufacturer-specific diagnostic trouble codes. Use third party apps like Torque Pro on Android to analyze the data from the scanner and turn that check engine light off. It does not work with the Apple iPhone, so look at this $20 Kobra OBD-II reader for Apple compatibility.

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Kano Harry Potter Coding Kit: $79.99 (Was $100)

The free Kano app takes you step-by-step in building your own wand. Not only does it teach the basics of coding, but once finished, you'll be able to wave your wand to play with creatures in the app, levitate feathers, clone objects, and much more. There are over 70 creative challenges in total, and endless play once you're ready to try creating code on your own.

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Anker PowerWave 7.5W wireless charging pad: $35.99 (Was $50)

The code: ANKER2514. It features WaveBoost technology that allows the pad to charge your gear up to 30% faster than other wireless chargers. It's compatible with all wirelessly-charged phones, and a QuickCharge 3.0 wall adapter is included. You won't need to remove your phone case to charge your device, either, thanks to the PowerWave tech built-in.

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SanDisk Ultra 3D 500GB solid state drive: $57.99 (Was $70)

The Ultra 3D is one of SanDisk's newest SSDs. It came out last year and was originally designed to compete with Samsung's 850 Evo. It's not as fast as the Evo line, but price-wise it is a much better value. It offers a serious upgrade over traditional hard drives with read/write speeds of 560 MB/s and 530 MB/s respectively.

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