Most of us don’t have £700 to spend on an iPhone 12 or £1,200 to splash on a Sony A8 OLED TV. Here are some of the Prime Day deals you can get in on for around £50 or, in most cases, significantly less.
Toys, wearables, tablets and kitchen gadgets: there’s plenty for the bored post-work browser and the (very) early Christmas present shopper. The sale is live until midnight tonight.
A Thermos is not just for coffee. This wider-base flask is made for your lunch rather than a morning brew. But, yes, you can also use it for coffee if you like. This model holds up to 470ml of solids or liquids. Other Thermos flasks are on sale this Prime Day too.
Buying affordable earphones from a brand no-one has ever heard of usually ends badly. But the Earfun Air Pro are remarkably good. Solid and engaging sound, very long battery life and active noise cancellation all for less than a third of the price of the Apple AirPods Pro. Trust us on this one.
Pocket money fitness trackers such as the Xiaomi Smart Band 6 are now pretty impressive. It has a large OLED screen, blood oxygenation readings, two-week battery life and 5ATM water resistance.
Get your secret santa order in (very) early. This mug’s outer surface lets you attach bricks. And it comes with a pack of its own bricks. Not LEGO ones, of course, but close enough.
This bedroom-friendly smart speaker has a built-in clock display, letting it function as a pretty decent beside alarm clock. It’s a small, cute little thing, not a hifi, but can play tunes and has Amazon’s usual excellent array of far-field microphones for smart home control and Alexa-baiting.
This Belkin Boost Charge Qi charger dock is one of the more affordable semi-fast Qi wireless chargers. It offer 15W output, taking the sluggish feel out of cable-free charging. Also doubles as a desk dock for your phone.
A top accessory for a stylish kitchen. This set includes three colour-coded chopping boards and three knives. They are a 6.5-inch chef’s knife, a 5.5-inch Santoku blade and a 4-inch pairing knife.
Amazon’s entry-level Kindle is a penny under £50 this Prime Day – with ads, we’d recommend paying £10 to get it without. It has a light-up 6-inch screen, just lacking the higher resolution and water resistance of the step-up Paperwhite model. The perfect first ereader.
This Anker speaker always rides high on our list of budget speaker recommendations. It has two active drivers and a passive radiator, which is what lets it sound far bassier and more powerful than you’d imagine. It’s also IPx7 water resistant and has excellent 24hr battery life.
Who needs a new TV? This 4K-ready Fire TV stick removes all headaches caused by sluggish smart TV systems. It also includes a voice remote, saving you from having to type away in the search bar. You can also download stacks of apps and games, not just those for streaming and catch-up services.