Nordstrom’s Summer Sale Includes Massive Savings on Dyson, All-Clad, and More Major Brands

published Sep 8, 2021
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It’s officially back to school time and the days are starting to get shorter, but there’s still plenty of summer left to celebrate. To help, Nordstrom just launched their huge Summer Sale where you can save up to 60 percent off on select items through September 12. Thousands of goodies for the kitchen and home are featured in the sale, including picks from All Clad, SMEG, OXO, and Dyson to carry you into fall and beyond. So, make the next few weeks of summer count and take advantage of these savings while you can. We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite picks from the Nordstrom Summer Sale below, and you can shop the complete sale here.

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was $75.00

Le Creuset’s petite Demi Tea Kettle has an enameled cast iron body and holds just over four cups, allowing you to quickly boil water for tea, pour over coffee, or to rehydrate dried mushrooms. The kettle’s ergonomic handle has a heat-resistant design, and the hinged cover on the spout can be shut so that it whistles when water is ready, or left open for no sound. All three colors are 25 percent off right now.

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was $399.99

Though this cordless vacuum from Dyson was designed to remove pet hair and dirt from carpets, its powerful suction and whole-room filtration allow you to capture other fine debris, allergens, and everyday spills across a variety of surfaces. The vacuum converts into a wand and hand vacuum easily, and includes a motorized hand tool for cleaning upholstery and stairs. With a full charge, the V8 can provide up to 40 minutes of cleaning power. Right now, it’s $50 off.

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was $99.99

You can never go wrong with All Clad cookware, and right now this indispensable set of two nonstick fry pans is just $60. The PFOA-free coating on the 8- and 10-inch pans helps food release with minimal cooking fat, whether you’re browning protein, scrambling eggs, or making a stir fry. And since the pans are oven-safe up to 500 degrees, they provide almost the same level of functionality as stainless steel, while being much easier to clean.

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was $199.95

Retro-inspired Italian brand SMEG is rarely on sale, but right now you can pick up their two-slice toaster in black for 20 percent off. The powder coated steel toaster has just the right amount of technology, including a backlit knob that offers six browning levels, as well as three pre-set programs for toasting a bagel, reheating, and defrosting. The SMEG’s slots are extra long and wide, so you’ll be able to toast rustic bread and bulky items without having to wrestle them out.

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was $21.00

This candle from Ginger June Candle Co. will bring some ambiance to your home and fill it with the “fruity and fresh” scent of apricot, green tea, and fig leaf. The 9-ounce candle has a burn time of 50 hours, and is made from a soy wax that’s free of parabens, sulfates, and other common toxins. It comes with a screw lid so you can bring it with you, or keep it fresh in storage between seasons.

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was $39.99

If you’re trying to curb your use of plastic wrap for covering leftovers or prepped food, this set of silicone and glass lids from Food Huggers has a sustainable, reusable design that adapts to seal a variety of bowls. Three sizes are included for covering bowls ranging from 3.75” to 6.75” in diameter, and feature a flexible silicone lid that creates a hugging seal to keep contents fresh. The glass center of each lid provides a quick view of what you’re storing, and allows you to stack bowls to save space in your refrigerator or pantry.

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was $41.99

Yes, we’re still spiralizing, and if you’ve been waiting to join us, you can get OXO’s popular tabletop spiralizer for 40 percent off right now. Three stainless steel blades give you the choice of making spaghetti, fettucini, and flat ribbon noodles, and stash safely in an removable box. Suction cups at the base of the spiralizer keep it secured to flat surfaces while you crank out noodles, and all parts are dishwasher-safe.

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was $190.00

The matte finish of this Dutch oven from Emile Henry gives it a contemporary look, whether you choose to store it on an open shelf or leave it out on your range. It’s constructed from heat-resistant Flame ceramic that can withstand stovetop use and ovens up to 923 degrees. The 4.2-quart pot and tight-fitting lid are perfect for making cozy stews, braises, breads, and much more.

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was $30.00

Ekobo’s pint-sized jars are ideal for storing items that you want to keep dry or free from sun exposure, like tea, nuts, or other perishable ingredients The jars are made from BPA- and PVC-free sustainable bamboo fiber, and each comes with a cork lid that drops in to create an airtight seal for freshness.

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was $65.00

If your fall plans include entertaining (or you’re looking for a more formal way to serve cheese and crackers while watching TV), you can get this rustic charcuterie platter from Chopvalue for under $40. It has a clever eco-friendly design that utilizes recycled chopsticks, and measures 11" x 10 1/2" x 1/2", so you’ll have plenty of room for a variety of dips, spreads, small bowls, and cheeses.

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was $400.00

The trick to investing in super-premium cookware is to do it slowly. This 3-piece cookware set from Hestan normally costs $400, but is currently 26 percent off, making it a smart time to buy if you’ve been eying anything from their stainless steel collection. The 11-inch skillet and 2-quart covered saucepan are arguably the most versatile pieces of cookware in any kitchen, and Hestan’s pieces have a tri-ply construction that gives them excellent heat distribution and durability, whether you’re pan searing or cooking delicate grains. The pans have flared rims for easy pouring and serving, and can be used in ovens up to 600 degrees.

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was $66.00

Burlap may not be the first material that comes to mind when shopping for dining linens, but this set of four napkins from LA-based Atelier Saucier are fashioned from 100 percent recycled, reclaimed burlap that’s soft and durable. Measuring 17” square, the napkins have multi-colored embroidered edges to add interest to any tablescape. While they’re machine-washable, due to their material, the napkins should be line dried to maintain their shape and size.

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was $50.00

Rabbit’s corkscrew comes with a foil cutter and has a lever design that makes opening a bottle of wine simple and fast. Once the opener’s lower handles are secured in place around your bottle’s neck, press down on the ergonomic upper handle, and when you lift it back up, the cork slides out effortlessly. Normally $50, the Rabbit is just $30 on sale.

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was $219.00

Like the Chopvalue cutting board above, this end grain butcher block is made from recycled chopsticks, giving the surface a unique honeycomb look. The 15" x 12" x 1 ½ board can be used for everyday prep like slicing and chopping, and would make an attractive surface for serving small plates or the centerpiece to a family-style meal. End grain cutting boards of this size are typically very expensive, but right now this butcher block is 40 percent off.

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was $199.95

A heavy cooler is a lot easier to carry when it’s on your back, plus, backpacks free up your hands to carry whatever else you may be bringing to a tailgate or picnic. Icemule’s cooler backpack has an insulated interior and a waterproof design that keeps contents fresh and protected. With an extra large 25-liter capacity, the cooler has a top-zip design that makes it easy to load and unload with food containers and beverages.