5 Under $50 – April 14, 2015 Andrew Snavely Andrew is the founder and editor of Primer. He's a graduate of American University and currently lives in Los Angeles. Read more about Primer on our About page. On Instagram: @andrewsnavely and @primermagazine. 5 Under $50GadgetsStyle Previous articleThe Top 10 Interview Questions To Ask Your Interviewer + 5 Rules for Coming Up with Your Own on the Spot Next articleMake This Mid-Century Modern Side Table for Less Than $56! Pingback: 5 Under $50 – April 14, 2015 | Broadway Rental Equipment Company() http://www.helloericritter.com/ Eric Ritter Good stuff as usual. However, with Spring/Summer on the doorstep I’d like to see something geared towards warmer weather. And not a pair of chinos and sweater. http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Definitely on the way! These items are great deals because they’re end of season sale items. Steven Two things: J. Crew sadly does not sell pants in a size 28/30, and those chinos are actually more of a classic fit than a slim fit. J. Crew is always so close to perfect, but not quite there. Chris M I clicked on the link for the chinos and it took me to broken-in chinos in classic fit. I added them to the cart and entered the promo code and they aren’t coming up on sale. I searched for classic slim chinos and only a boys version came up. Please let me know how I can get these chinos for $35…that is definitely a steal. http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Hey Chris, Thanks for the heads up. I’m looking into it now, I think maybe it’s redirecting on their end. Try this link: https://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/pants/brokeninchinos/PRD~11251/11251.jsp?N=21+16+10005+4&Nbrd=J&Nloc=en_US&Nrpp=100&Npge=1&Nsrt=3&isSaleItem=true&color_name=MELTED%20CARAMEL&isFromSale=true&isNewSearch=true&hash=row0 Josh If you want a slightly more advanced (4 channel) helicopter, I would recommend the WL V911. The 3 channel helicopters (like the one posted) are great to learn on because they’re cheap, but the 4 channel provide a more “realistic” flying experience (and easier in my opinion) because they can go side to side (roll). You can pick up the V911 for $40 on Amazon. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009SEOV40/ Josh Another benefit is that you can pick up some extra batteries (most 3 channel helicopters have integrated batteries) for around $5 to extend your flying fun and learn quicker. Ry gap is doing 50% off markdowns in stores this week. and there’s already quite a bit from the early spring line priced to move. go take advantage!