Long battery life, good comfort and a crowd-pleasing slightly bass-forward sound make the Sennheiser HD 450BT a good buy if you want stylish street headphones but don’t want to pay £200 or more. This discount brings the pair down at least one price band.
Still in one of our favourite pairs of wireless earbuds, these Sony buds may well have only just been succeeded by a new model, but they remain formidable. Good fit, superb active noise-cancelling and fine sound combine with bass that is deep and hard-hitting, but controlled. They went down to £130 for Prime Day.
The Sennheiser M3AEBTXL should be near the top of your list if you want great-sounding headphones with active noise cancellation. Their top feature is, as with all the best Sennheiser pairs, sound quality. Mid-range texture and detail simple beats that of most of the competition, including the pairs that earned a lot more attention like those from Sony and Bose. Until now we’d have considered £290 a good price.
True wireless earbuds are undoubtedly a competitive field, yet these LG Bluetooth 5.0 buds deliver balanced, spritely sound in a quality build. They’re even comfortable to wear. Want more? How about UVnano technology that uses UV light to clean the earbuds of bacteria when they’re charging in their little case. At £100, this is the cheapest these headphones have been on Amazon.
This ultra-advanced 1in sensor compact is the kind of camera that will get you out shooting more often. It originally cost over £1,000 and has 4K video capture, unlike some of the earlier models in the long-standing, much-loved RX100 series.
This bundle includes the compact Canon EOS RP full-frame camera and an f/1.8 35mm prime lens worth over £500 on its own. It’s a high-end bundle at kit lens money.
The Kenwood kMix is one of the most recognisable stand mixers, although you’ll have to make do with the red/grey version as the other colours cost more at Amazon.
So impressed were we with Amazon’s new Echo it went straight to the top of our best Alexa devices edit. Under the successful new bulbous design is a proper smart home hub. The big addition is a ZigBee radio, so you can connect more smart home devices to it without having to buy extra bridges and hubs. The clincher? Surprisingly good sound. To summarise: really smart and a really good speaker.
This Nest-lookalike has made it into our best video doorbell selection because of its superb value for money. So with even more money off the full RRP this has to be a good buy. Smart alerts, geofencing, night vision and a built-in siren round off a fine, well-designed package.
These in-ear headphones from Sennheiser come equipped with 4 sets of earbuds to ensure you can get that essential ideal fit. For sound, they come with powerful bass and detailed vocals – alongside Bluetooth 4.1, AAC codec and Qualcomm apt-X to ensure seamless connectivity. The 3 button remote helps to quickly switch between songs, answer calls and more.
The Fitbit Versa 2 is not the latest Fitbit watch as the Versa 3 and Fitbit Sense, also on sale, are newer. However, it offers the core Fitbit experience and lets you download apps from the Fitbit app store. It’s cute too, as wearables go. GPS is the one missing feature, but the Versa 2 has Connected GPS, which uses a connected phone’s location data to offer more-or-less the same results. £130 is the lowest the Versa 2 has reached at Amazon according to our research, and this was for a brief sale window. Before Prime Day it cost £147-£199 at Amazon, depending on the colour of model.