All the (genuinely) good early Black Friday deals

Is Wahl’s Dog Shampoo the best early Black Friday deal? Perhaps not but it’s our favourite find so far.
Black Friday itself, which seemingly cannot be contained to 24 hours, is next Friday 27 November but early discounts have started at Amazon, John Lewis, Currys and the rest.


We’ll be updating this not insubstantial list of WIRED editors’ picks through to Cyber Monday. Every deal you see here is a genuine one, on products we’ve mostly tested (or otherwise recommend) with the actual saving on recent prices listed. If you just want the best, head to WIRED Recommends.

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Self-explanatory, really. These are the headliners so far; scroll down to look through our edits by category (laptops, headphones and so on).


£30 off the Google Pixel 4a | Now £319

What is it? The Pixel 4a is Google’s affordable phone for 2020. But the cuts are less severe than you might guess. The phone still has a superb best-in-class 12MP camera, a full HD OLED screen and day-to-day performance similar to a top-end phone. Its back is plastic rather than aluminium and it has 4G mobile internet, but the Pixel 4a feels surprisingly similar to the Pixel 5 in use.
What’s the real saving? This is the cheapest the Pixel 4a has been to date from a mainstream retailer. That’s no surprise when the phone is only a few months old. However, judging by the price history of the Pixel 3a, we don’t expect to see it drop much lower for a while either.
Click here to get the Google Pixel 4a for £319


£81 off Sennheiser Momentum 3 NC headphones | Now £259

What is it? These Sennheiser Momentum 3 Wireless headphones are superb noise-cancellers that only increase Sennheiser’s reputation as headphone-meisters. Excellent sound combines with usable features and effective noise cancellation. There is even an integrated Bluetooth tracker and support for Tile, should your cans get lost/pinched.
What’s the real saving? This is a saving of £99 off the RRP, but most places including John Lewis have them for £340, so this is still a great deal.
Click here to save £81 on the Sennheiser Momentum 3 Wireless
£60 off a Huawei Matebook 14 | Now £689

What is it? The Huawei Matebook 14 is a power laptop that’s thin and light enough to be used as an ultraportable. It has the AMD Ryzen 5 4600H, which easily sails past the Core i5-10210U processor you might see in some laptops in this class. All that power means Huawei had to use better cooling, resulting in slightly above average 1.49kg weight. But if you want to edit video or use other demanding apps, the performance matters much more. It’s also attractive, with a sleek aluminium casing.
What’s the real saving? Huawei currently sells this laptop direct for £749. This is already a good buy, and the £60 saving makes the deal even better. We profit off the PR problem Huawei currently has, which affects its phones but not really its laptops.
Click here to get the Huawei Matebook 14 for £689
The best TV in 2020 – LG’s OLED65GX – is £200+ off | Now £2,299

What is it? Quite simply the best TV you can buy right now. Full stop. The LG 65GX is stylish and sophisticated with exceptional picture quality and surprisingly good sound, given the slim chassis, with Dolby Atmos. Plus its smart TV system webOS is still best-in-class.
What’s the real saving? It’s down at least £200 from recent Amazon and Currys prices in the past few months though the price has been steadily falling since the summer with Amazon selling it for £2,499 in October. The good news is that you can take your pick with this £2,299 Black Friday price from Currys, John Lewis and Amazon.
Click here to get the LG OLED65GX for £2,299
£52 off Razer Huntsman Tournament Edition | Now £78

What is it? Razer’s Huntsman Tournament Edition is not your average mechanical-style keyboard. It uses optical switches made by Razer, which should suffer from wear even less than traditional mechanical keys. The keyboard also has on-board memory, letting it save presets on-device rather than on your computer. Razer doesn’t depart entirely from tradition, though, with classic full RGB backlighting. It’s our current top pick for gaming keyboards.
What’s the real saving? You don’t have to pay the £150 original price for this gaming keyboard anymore, but it usually sells or around £130 at Amazon. This is a healthy saving, lower than plenty of used models on eBay.
Click here to get the Razer Huntsman Tournament Edition for £78

£70 off the Blink Outdoor (two pack) | Now £110

What is it? The Blink Outdoor is part of WIRED’s favourite budget smart security camera system. With a compact design and Alexa integration, Blink cams are a cinch to set up and give you the basics of 1080p recordings with a 110 degree field of view. Plus the batteries can last up to four years: handy.
What’s the real saving? As Blink is an Amazon company it’s no surprise that this is actually a £70 saving – even though this model just now went on sale. You’re essentially getting two security cams for the price of one here.
Click here to save £70 on the Blink Outdoor (two pack)
£100 off a Samsung Galaxy S20 FE | Now £599

What is it? The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G was released half a year after the original S20 range. It gets you much of the same substance, including an arguably superior Snapdragon 865 processor, at a lower price. Highlights include a 3x zoom, 120Hz OLED display and IP68 water resistance. Where’s the catch? It has a plastic back rather than glass, but that won’t matter if you use a case.
What’s the real saving? This phone is so new it hasn’t had a chance to sell for much below its original asking price. It has sold for £699 at Amazon since it arrived in September. It’s a true £100 saving. The 4G version is also available at £100 less if you’re not fussed about 5G.
Click here to get the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G for £599
Apple’s AirPods Pro are £20 off | Now £199

What is it? Apple’s AirPods Pro fixed practically everything that was wrong with the AirPods 2 to make the Pros one of the best in this headphones category. A better design than Sony, perfectly good ANC and an adaptive EQ that auto tunes the low- and mid-frequencies to the shape of your ear makes these a no-brainer. No need for noise cancelling? Then go for the Apple AirPods with Wireless Charging Case at £42 off down to £157. (The cheaper set with a wired case seem to be sold out).
What’s the real saving? This deal is technically a saving of £49 as Apple sells the Pros for £249. Amazon has sold them for £218 in recent weeks – £208 on Prime Day – and they’re currently £219 on John Lewis. Amazon’s stock has been up and down this week – AO and Laptops Direct also have the £199 price.
Click here to get the Apple AirPods Pro for £199
Laptop and tablet deals
A good showing already in laptops with discounts at a range of specs and price points. Try and tell us you’re not tempted by the dual-screener.
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£300 off the Asus ZenBook Duo | Now £1,399

What is it? The Asus ZenBook Duo UX481FL is a highly unusual laptop. It has two screens. One sits in the normal place, the other above the keyboard. This may seem like a gimmick but you can use it like a legit dual-display setup, with real benefits for creative apps in particular. The price may seem high but the spec is superb for a portable laptop, with an epic 1TB SSD, 16GB RAM and a ready-for-fun MX250 graphics chipset.
What’s the real saving? While researching these deals we saw this exact spec on sale for £1,799, which is even more than the Amazon-claimed RRP we’ve used here. This laptop may not be for everyone, but it’s a real deal. Some other retailers also have the 512GB SSD version for £100 less during Black Friday.
Click here to get the Asus ZenBook Duo for £1,399
£150 off a Samsung Galaxy Book S | Now £849

What is it? Samsung had been absent from the UK/EU laptop scene for years until the end of 2019, when it announced the Galaxy Book S, Galaxy Book Ion and Galaxy Book Flex. All three are on sale. All three are tasty. Let’s focus on the Galaxy Book S because, at £799, it’s the most affordable. It is also the most laptop-like of the three, with no touchscreen or stylus. But the Book S anything but ordinary. The Book S weighs less than a kilo and has battery life of up to 25 hours thanks to its Snapdragon-series CPU. Buy the Ion or Flex if you want to run Photoshop, but this is a dream for ultra-portable use with the basics.
What’s the real saving? The Samsung Galaxy Book S has sold at Amazon for £999 since its launch, aside from a couple of days when it dropped down to £849. For sheer bang for your buck, the Huawei Matebook 14 (above) is arguably a better buy. However, it is significantly heavier than the Book S.
Click here to get the Samsung Galaxy Book S for £849
£70 off a Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 | Now £549

What is it? The Galaxy Tab S7 is Samsung’s top iPad alternative. And unlike an Apple tablet, you get a smart stylus in the box. Samsung switched to an LCD screen for this generation, but it’s an 120Hz display, which also allows for incredible 9ms response times for the S-Pen. Those desperate for OLED colour pop can buy the last-gen Galaxy Tab S6 instead. It’s also on sale for Prime Day, but as it’s the same price we recommend the new model. The Tab S7 is also as powerful as any Android phone. It uses Qualcomm’s blazing Snapdragon 865+ processor, ready for anything Android can throw its way.
What’s the real saving? The deepest Black Friday discounts are often those on older products, from less popular brands than Samsung. You save £90 off the original price, but that standard retail price is exactly what you’ll pay elsewhere 95 per cent of the time making this discount worth your time. The Tab S7 and Tab S7+ only went on sale at the tail end of August: they are still pretty new. The larger 12.4in Galaxy Tab S7+ is also on sale if the bigger display appeals.
Click here to get the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 for £549
Also consider
£100 off Lenovo IdeaPad 3 15.6-inch laptop, now £279: Missed the back-to-school discounts or laptop conked out? Lenovo is our go-to for budget Windows laptops and this AMD machine is down below £300 at Currys.
Headphones and audio deals
We’re still waiting for our absolute faves to show up in premium headphones and speakers but there’s plenty of neat Prime Day repeats here.
🎧 All the early headphone deals on Amazon
Huawei Sound X Speaker is £100 off | Now £199

What is it? We called Huawei’s first streaming home speaker an audiophile bargain and not just another HomePod clone, and with good reason. As a result of partnering with audio pioneers Devialet, Huawei has made a system with six 1.5in drivers, two 3.5in woofers, 65W and 360-degree listening that is super loud, offers an impactful listen and was solid value even at full price, let alone with the saving here.
What’s the real saving? Well, the RRP is £300 but this is already available at other retailers such as Currys and Huawei itself at this discounted price, so Amazon is very much following suit here – but it’s still a great deal on a great speaker.
Click here to get the Huawei Sound X for £199
Marshall’s Stanmore II is £100 off | Now £200

What is it? Marshall has walked the fine line here with a successful nod to the brand’s design heritage without making this Bluetooth 50W speaker look like a naff knock-off guitar amp. It is composed at high volumes and offers decent value in a crowded market .he downsides are no battery-powered option and the bass can be a touch powerful for some ears.
What’s the real saving? The Stanmore II is £300 at Selfridges, and you can hunt around for deals such as £250 at Currys, but this is the lowest price we can see right now.
Click here to get the Marshall Stanmore II for £200
£71 off Technics EAH-AZ70W earbuds | Now £150

What is it? It is hard to believe that these Technics earbuds are the brand’s first foray into the true wireless earbuds arena. You get a solid, punchy and spacious sound, along with noise cancelling and excellent bass, all in a design that marries comfort with Technic’s sharp aesthetic.
What’s the real saving? This is an excellent £70 discount considering these earbuds only came out in June and have sold for around £240 RRP not too long ago. It’s also identical to the Prime Day price so you know they won’t see steeper discounts from Amazon this year.
Click here to save £71 on the Technics EAH-AZ70W earbuds
£30 off Jabra Elite 75t earbuds | Now £140

What is it? It is not for nothing that some have branded these Jabra Elite 75t earbuds as the best AirPods alternative you can get. A better, smaller design means they’re more comfortable, but still offer great sound quality with loud bass. An improved carrying case now means you get a boosted 28 hours of total audio playback.
What’s the real saving? This is a small but welcome saving of £30 as John Lewis and Currys are selling these at £170 when we last checked. And just £10 more than the lowest-in-2020 Prime Day price.
Click here to save £30 on the Jabra Elite 75ts
£20 off Amazon’s Echo Buds | Now £100

What is it? The Echo Buds are Amazon’s truly wireless earbuds. They have Bose’s active noise reduction – not cancellation, you’ll note – technology, as well as a surprisingly comfy fit. Of course, there is Alexa integration, too, and we think they’re pretty good for what they are. Whilst audiophiles will not find much to rave about here, for the casual listener this is a pretty good deal.
What’s the real saving? The Echo Buds usually cost £120, which in our opinion, is slightly too much for what these earphones offer. But with £20 off the RRP, the Buds morph into a good buy. Note: they went down further to £80 on Prime Day in October, so may do again next week.
Click here to get the Echo Buds for £100
Also consider
£31 off Sony WH-H910N NC headphones, now £168: You get sound that is darn close to the mighty WH-1000XM3s, good noise cancellation and a long battery life. Winner.
£81 off Bose SoundLink II headphones, now £118: Comfortable to wear, controlled audio and a battery good for 15 hours of playback. These were £20 cheaper on Prime Day so may dip again.
£52 off Ultimate Ears Megaboom Wireless (Panther Edition), now £75: This stealth-styled version of UE’s excellent Bluetooth and waterproof speaker was actually already on sale for £127 yesterday, now it’s down to £75.
£15 off Marshall’s Monitor wireless headphones, now £100: These Marshall headphones are technically less than half RRP, but they have been at £115 on Amazon. But another £15 off these wireless cans can’t hurt.
£60 off Bowers & Wilkins PX7s, now £220: B&W’s excellent noise-cancellers have impressive sound and three levels of noise cancelling to go with the quality design. Recently going for £315, they’ve sold for as low as £280 in the last few months.
£50 off Jabra Elite Active 65t earbuds, now £80: You get an understated design, excellent battery life and balanced sound – but, most importantly, a reliable wireless connection.
Smartphone deals
Lots of smartphone potential here. Given the year the industry has had, it’s no wonder everyone is slashing prices.
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£20 off Xiaomi’s Poco X3 NFC | Now £179

What is it? The Poco X3 NFC by Xiaomi is one of the best budget phones of the year. It has a large, bold screen, good general performance and battery life that outlasts almost all £1,000-plus phones. This phone is a dream to live with. And any missing parts are to be expected at the price. Its back is plastic and pricier phones take better low-light shots.
b]What’s the real saving?[/b] You may only get £20 off here, but the Poco X3 NFC was already one of the most aggressively priced phones of 2020. Even a slight discount is only going to increase the appeal. Xiaomi has sold the phone at a similar price at its own store a couple of times, but now you can get it direct from Amazon.
Click here to get the Poco X3 NFC for £179
£20 off a Motorola Moto G8 | Now £139

What is it? The Motorola Moto G8 is part of our most-often-recommended series of affordable phones. While there are now more cheap choices than ever, like the Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro (£215), this one is still a big hit at £139. It offers good battery life, a reliable Snapdragon 665 CPU and clean-looking software.
What’s the real saving? Another Prime Day repeat and a good deal. Its standard price is £160 these days, not the £180 Amazon suggests. But a £20 saving is still a significant one at this level.
Click here to save £20 on a Motorola Moto G8
Also consider
£29 off Samsung Galaxy S20, now £650: Down from a recent Amazon price of £679, the standard-sized S20 is now available for a touch over £650. The price it should have been? Maybe. But this is still a very, very solid Android choice, particularly for those with normal sized hands.
£50 off Samsung Galaxy A51 5G, now £379: The 5G model of Samsung’s hugely popular A51 mid-ranger is down below £380 for the early Black Friday sales.
TV and home cinema deals
More options than you might think in TVs, though we’re slightly disappointed with the home cinema haul thus far.
📺 All the early TV deals on Amazon
£299 off the Philips 48OLED+935 4K TV | Now £1,500

What is it? According to our own WIRED Recommends guide, this is the best small OLED TV you can buy, with amazing sound via Bowers & Wilkins. As for the pictures, expect exceptional OLED picture quality, and pleasingly good design and even Ambilight thrown in for good measure. Next-gen gamers should note there’s no HDMI 2.1, but the £300 off here sorts the only other gripe, the punchy standard price.
What’s the real saving? The RRP of this set is £1,799 and you really are getting £300 off here – we only reviewed the thing last month.
Click here to save £299 off the Philips 48OLED+935 4K TV
£100 off a Hisense 55-in 4K TV | Now £549

What is it? This Hisense 55U7QFTUK TV has a couple of flaws if we’re being picky, such as poor motion handling, but at a discount it’s well worth considering. On the plus side you get a decent HDR picture, plus good 4K colour and dark detailing. A good value set.
What’s the real saving? This is technically a saving of over £350 off the original RRP, but most retailers already have it discounted at £649 – so this is still the best deal around right now for this TV, by around £100.
Click here to save £100 on the Hisense 55U7QFTUK
£115 off the Bose Solo 5 soundbar | Now £125

What is it? As far as soundbars go, the Solo 5 keeps things simple. The compact design – just 55cm long and 7cm tall – is no-nonsense and can easily sit under your TV or be wall mounted, it’s easy to use and the remote doesn’t require a doctorate to comprehend. The downside is those diminutive dimensions mean you will have to make some slight sonic compromises, but dialogue sounds great.
What’s the real saving? The £240 RRP was always too high, and you can already get this TV sound system for £160 in Currys, but £125 is the best we can find right now, so this is a genuine deal.
Click here to save £115 on the Bose Solo 5
Also consider
£220 off the Panasonic TX-65HX580BZ 4K TV, now £679: We haven’t tested it but more than £200 off this big 65in Panasonic television is not to be sniffed at, especially as it’s still going for £800 on AO. Multi-HDR and Dolby Vision support round off the package.
PC and gaming deals
Very little to speak of in real PC and gaming laptop deals yet; take a look at these fun peripherals and add-ons by way of distraction.
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£55 off Logitech’s G29 racing wheel | Now £160

What is it? The Logitech G29 is a force feedback racing wheel for PS4, PS5 and PC. Check out the G290, on sale at the same price, if you are an Xbox gamer. This is a must-have accessory if you like more realistic racing games such as Gran Turismo Sport and Assetto Corsa. Force feedback makes these titles far more engaging. The package includes the wheel and an excellent set of pedals. Just make sure you have something sturdy to clamp the wheel base to.
What’s the real saving? Logitech’s G29 has been on sale many times. Its best ever price at Amazon was back in 2019, at £125. So why is this still a great deal? Racing wheel sales went through the roof when the first lockdown kicked in, and this is the first time we’ve seen the G29, or any good racing wheel, at a reasonable price since.
View the Logitech G29 racing wheel for £160
£7 off Razer’s Kraken headset | Now £43

What is it? The Razer Kraken is a no-nonsense gaming headset that works with all platforms because it plugs in with a simple 3.5mm headphone jack. Sound quality is solid, there’s a retractable microphone and its earpads are nice ‘n’ thick. Already spent a packet on a PS5 or Xbox Series X? This is a good way to get kitted out at a reasonable price.
What’s the real saving? Don’t pay too much attention to the £80 RRP. The Razer Kraken nowadays sells for around £50. Savings are decent rather than mind-blowing, but this is already a highly rated headset for those who don’t want to spend big.
View the Razer Kraken gaming headset for £43
£20 off a SanDisk Extreme Pro 1TB Portable SSD | Now £160

What is it? The SanDisk Extreme Pro is a portable SSD with a massive 1TB of storage. There’s an ultra-fast NVMe drive inside, letting it reach speeds of 1050MB/s when plugged into a fast enough USB port. It’s tiny too, and tough. SSD storage means there are no moving parts, the shell is rubberised and there’s a carabiner-ready grip on one side for the more outdoorsy among you.
What’s the real saving? This drive sells for £180 at SanDisk, and that’s about as hot a deal as you’ll usually find for the SanDisk Extreme Pro 1TB. Its original price was £219. Don’t confuse this with the original “Extreme” version of the drive as the Pro is around twice as fast.
View the SanDisk Extreme Pro SSD for £160
Also consider
Up to £25 off Nintendo Switch bundles: The usual barely-anything-off Switch bundles with titles including Fortnite, Just Dance 2021 and The Witcher. The Switch Lite (from £230 here) gets a look-in too.
Smart home deals
Plenty. Just plenty to look at in smart home and grooming and not just the obligatory bed-in-a-box mattress deal. (Though that is here too).
🏘️ All the smart home deals on Amazon
£30 off a Ring Video Doorbell | Now £59

What is it? The Ring Video Doorbell is the Sellotape/Hoover/Fitbit of smart doorbells. You might think that by now everyone has come down on either the side of fandom of Ring’s connected butler skills or concern about the dangers of an Amazon-controlled surveillance network. Not so as Ring continue to shift video doorbells; this latest model does the basics of Full HD video with upgrades to its motion detection and night vision.
What’s the real saving? As advertised. Like Blink, Kindle and the rest, this is Amazon. In testing we were also impressed by the higher end Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus which is down £70 to £129 this week and offers nifty four second monochrome previews of what happened before its motion sensors were triggered.
Click here to save £30 on the Ring Video Doorbell
£29 off a GHD Helios hairdryer | Now £130

What is it? You might think WIRED would favour a Dyson Supersonic but no, in testing it’s the GHD Helios for us. It doesn’t shirk on the specs either with a 120kmh airflow and a powerful brushless motor. It’s light to hold with an ergonomic body, 3m power cable and, most importantly, it gets great results on both fine and thick hair.
What’s the real saving? The Helios hasn’t dipped below £159 on mainstream retailers like John Lewis, though you can currently pick it up for around £135 on industry sites.
Click here to get a GHD Helios for £130
Also consider
£25 off a Shark cordless vac, now £199: Good brand, good price for this Shark IZ201UK cordless, which is full price on John Lewis but also down to £199 on Currys and Very right now.
£26 off a Roku Streaming Stick+, now £34: An excellent all-round video streamer, with stable 4K picture, fast buffering and an easy-to-use interface. Or pick up the even cheaper Roku Express for £18, down from £30.
£11 off a Ninja Foodi Max, down to £179: Tis the lockdown, right? The Ninja Foodi is our top-rated pressure cooker with slow cook settings; this huge, 7.5l model will suit families.
£39 off a king size Emma Original mattress, down to £395: The Emma Original bed-in-a-box mattress is our recommendation for regulating temperature, based on our testing. We like the breathable foam construction, soft to the touch top coat cover and the support we got from the 25cm mattress. Amazon says it’s £191 off the king size – we beg to differ, making it more like £39 off the fairly standard Amazon price of £434.
£220 off a De’Longhi Eletta Bean to Cup machine, down to £549: This is advertised as a whopping £510 off the RRP of £1,000. In fact this rather swanky automatic coffee machine – for cappuccinos, espressos etc – is down around £220 on Amazon’s recent prices of around £769.
18% off a Wahl Powerpik 3000 hairdryer, now £20: WIRED fave Wahl also has its Powerpik 3000 hairdryer down to £20, with its Pik attachment for afro hair included.
Wearables and fitness deals
Fitbit’s running late, or at least not early but Apple, Bose and Withings are all here.
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£43 (or more) off an Apple Watch Series 5 | Now £386

What is it? The Apple Watch Series 5 is no longer the most bang-up-to-date Cupertino smartwatch; it doesn’t have the new energy efficient S6 chip or the blood oxygen sensor of the Series 6. But if you decide you can get on without the updates, there is still plenty of advanced health monitoring, including ECG sensing, as well as more mainstream smartwatch features.
What’s the real saving? Now, let’s be clear this deal isn’t about getting the absolute cheapest Apple Watch with the spec you’re looking for. You can get a Series 5 for £329 these days and the Series 6 itself starts at £379. No, these are discounts on specific materials and finishes for those who care more about the styling and feel of their wristwear than every last spec, starting with say a 40mm aluminium case. Have a browse around sizes and styles.
Click here to get £43 off an Apple Watch Series 5
£44 off a Ticwatch E2 | Now £102

What is it? The Ticwatch E2 has been our budget smartwatch of choice for most of 2020; it’s just been pipped by the Amazfit GTS 2. Still, the E2 has a sharp, round AMOLED display – the Amazfit is a square ‘un – both built-in GPS and a heart rate monitor with helpful extras like swim tracking and decent battery life.
What’s the real saving? That drop from £146 to £102 is particularly persuasive given how affordable all the reliable, well-specced Ticwatch models are regardless of sales.
Click here to get a Ticwatch E2 for £102
£35 off Bose Frames Alto/Rondo | Now £125

What is it? We’ve got a real soft spot for the Bose Frames here. Not the most sensible mid-winter 2020 purchase but a hopeful one nonetheless. This is a line of audio sunglasses – Rondo pictured – with built-in Bose speakers for ‘open-ear audio’ which sounds terrible but in practice, works? The usual UVA/UVB protection is present and correct together with Bluetooth for connecting to your phone and a mic for calls and voice assistants.
What’s the real saving? Another product that becomes more appealing the closer it skirts to the £100 splurge line, the Bose Frames series is growing and these styles have bounced around, most recently around the £160 mark. Rondo is £135 currently, while the squared-off Alto is £125.
Click here to get the Bose Frames for £125
Also consider
£18 off the Withings Steel HR Sport, now £126: It’s the more expensive Sapphire edition that makes our list for the best fitness trackers but at this price, the Steel HR Sport is worth a look for activity, sleep, heart rate and even VO2 Max readings.


£18 off the Ticwatch S2, now £101: Another £100 Ticwatch, the S2 offers GPS, heart rate, Wear OS and a waterproof-to-50m build.The price is quite erratic but you’re getting £40-£50 off the average price in the second half of this year.
£38 off Salomon Speedcross 4 GTX, now £89: Pick up a pair of these Speedcross trail running shoes with cushioning and stability from EVA midsoles. As ever with shoes, the deal depends on the size and style.

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