The Trespass Thundery Waterproof Jacket in size XXS – that’s the official best Amazon Prime Day deal this year, at a cool 93 per cent off.
If you’ve no interest in waterproofs, the whole, really quite large Prime Day sale runs until midnight on Wednesday and there are some tech deals that are – evidently – worth our time and yours. Amazon is guaranteeing prices won’t go lower than this on Black Friday; they may be repeated, however. You will need an Amazon Prime subscription (or access to one) to get these discounts – sign up for a 30-day free trial if you need to.
We’ve checked the discounts against both historical prices and other retailers; plus this is all tech we’d buy ourselves. If the deals seem more modest here on WIRED, it’s because we’re telling you what the actual saving is, not the puffed up, screaming faux reductions you might be blasted with elsewhere on the internet.
We’ll be updating the guide throughout Tuesday and Wednesday, including such developments as finding out if Currys’ rival ‘Epic Deals’ sale lives up to the name.
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These are the absolute best deals WIRED editors have spotted: the finest tech in its category, a huge, stonking price cut or, in most cases, both.
Scroll down to skip to the rest of the guide which is split by product type: laptops and tablets, smartphones, headphones and speakers, TVs, home cinema, wearables, PC and gaming and smart home tech.
20% off a Fitbit Inspire HR | Now £63
What is it? Fitbit’s Inspire HR is Fitbit’s current budget fitness band, and it ticks a lot of boxes as an everyday tracker. It’s light, swimproof, with heart-rate monitoring as well as steps and sleep, plus a button to help with navigation for anyone who hates tiny, fiddly touchscreens. Battery life is five days, and while the Alta HR (from £83) is our pick at a slightly higher price point, at £63 this is a firm recommendation.
What’s the real saving? Since about May, the Inspire HR has been down as low as £75 and hovering around the £80 mark on Amazon, so it’s more like a £17 saving (20%) than the £27 that Amazon lists. But for a product that’s already great value and would make a nice gift, we’ll take it. This Fitbit is still selling for £90 elsewhere and £63 is the lowest price we’ve seen it.
Click here to get a Fitbit Inspire HR for £63
£100 off a Huawei Matebook 13 | Now £550
What is it? Don’t discount the Huawei Matebook 13 just because Huawei phones now have a toxic glow. Its Windows laptops have no such issues, and are a real alternative to a MacBook Pro or Dell XPS series. The Matebook 13 is a fantastic buy at £550. This particular version has a Ryzen 5 processor. While its CPU side is a little slower than a 10th Gen Intel Core i5, the graphics chipset is dramatically more powerful. It’s much better for gaming and any GPU-accelerated application. The Matebook 13 shell is an aluminium-magnesium alloy, which balances low weight, high strength and an expensive feel.
What’s the real saving? The Matebook 13 was already a good deal at launch because Huawei is still establishing itself as a manufacturer of laptops. £100 off makes this a steal. It beats Huawei’s own sale, which started on 30 September. You can get the Mate 13 from Huawei direct for the same price, but that one has half the storage. Amazon offers the 512GB SSD model.
Click here to save £100 on a Huawei Matebook 13
£69 off Sennheiser Momentum 3 NC headphones | Now £270
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 £69 on the Sennheiser Momentum 3 Wireless
£40 off a Garmin Forerunner 45 | Now £110
What is it? The Forerunner 45 is our WIRED Recommends best budget running watch at its regular price. There’s no apps or contactless payments, but as a running watch that suits beginners, there’s no beating it. Easy to use, with 13 hours of GPS battery life, music playback controls and Garmin Coach support. Lovely stuff.
What’s the real saving? The Forerunner 45 for £110 could result in a lot of running converts this autumn. In our book, it’s a decent £40 off the £149 it’s been selling for recently on Amazon, not the £169 RRP which it hasn’t been listed in months. The cheapest we can spot it anywhere else online is £130.
Click here to save £40 on the Garmin Forerunner 45
£51 off a Hisense 55U7QFTUK 55-in 4K Smart TV | Now £548
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 a saving of over £350 off RRP, but most retailers already have it discounted at £600 – so this is still the best deal around right now for this TV.
Click here to save £51 on the Hisense 55U7QFTUK 4K TV
£148 off OnePlus 8 | Now £400
What is it? The OnePlus 8 is about to be superseded by the OnePlus 8T, but at £400 we really don’t care. This makes last year’s mid-price phone feel like a true bargain OnePlus from the company’s early days. You get a curved front OLED screen with 90Hz refresh, 5G, an ultra-fast Snapdragon 865 CPU and a solid 48-megapixel main camera with decent low-light performance. Other 5G phones are on sale this Prime Day, but this one nails the price:quality ratio.
What’s the real saving? £200 off a popular six-month-old phone is a great deal. £530 is the cheapest the OnePlus 8 has been at Amazon, and that drop happened just a couple of days ago. This deal will only turn sour if OnePlus makes the 8T, due on Weds, dramatically cheaper than the OnePlus 8. That seems unlikely.
Click here to save £148 on the OnePlus 8
£84 off the Ticwatch Pro | Down to £139
What is it? The Ticwatch Pro is currently in testing at WIRED, but we like it already. This 2020 Wear OS smartwatch has everything a Samsung or Huawei watch has, here at half the price: GPS, heart-rate tracking, Google Pay, IP68 water-resistant carbon-fibre case, leather straps. The Ticwatch’s neatest trick, though, is a combination of an AMOLED display and a lower power LCD screen that lasts up to 30 days.
What’s the real saving? This is the real deal, so to speak, down from a price of £223. As usual, Chinese company Mobovi, can’t be beaten on value smartwatch prices. (Only in black, though, not silver.) That’s almost as cheap as the less fully featured Ticwatch S2, which is down from £160 to £101 for Prime Day.
Click here to get £84 off the Ticwatch Pro
£69 off a Yamaha YAS207 soundbar | Now £230
What is it? This Yamaha YAS207 surround soundbar system features in our WIRED Recommends best soundbars as our pick under £250. What you get is the most immersive sound without buying an AV receiver and speaker package – and DTS Virtual X virtual surround is a nice touch.
What’s the real saving? This is a saving of over £119 off RRP, but Amazon was already selling this for £300, matching other retailers. We’ll gladly welcome the extra £70 off, however.
Click here to save £69 on the Yamaha YAS207
£90 off a Technics EAH-AZ70W earbuds | Now £150
What is it? These Technics EAH-AZ70W earbuds are actually Technics’ first foray into the true wireless earbuds market. Comfortable, with a solid, punchy and spacious sound, along with noise cancelling and excellent bass and a design worthy of the brand’s reputation for handsome looks, this is a good deal – especially as they only came out in June.
What’s the real saving? This is an excellent saving of £90 as these earbuds retail around the £240 RRP in most places when we last checked.
Click here to save £90 on the Technics EAH-AZ70W earbuds
£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 above, 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? We have never seen the Moto G8 this cheap. Its standard price is £160 these days, not the £180 Amazon suggests. But a £20 saving is still a significant one at this level. Amazon has also sold the phone at £179 in the weeks before Prime Day.
Click here to save £20 on a Motorola Moto G8
£470 off a Asus ROG SWIFT PG35VQ | Now £1,800
What is it? The Asus ROG SWIFT PG35VQ has been around since mid 2019, but was called the best gaming monitor in the world back then. The main criticism was the price, £2,500. This Prime Deal doesn’t suddenly make it a pocket money purchase, but we’re not going to argue with a £700 reduction. Highlights include 1200+cd/m brightness, for real HDR gaming, excellent colour coverage and very low lag. It’s also curved, and measures 35 inches corner to corner. While this isn’t a 4K monitor, but an ultra-long 1440p one, it still comes highly recommended for the deep walleted.
What’s the real saving? Asus’ ROG SWIFT PG35VQ has not been lower than around £2,300 on Amazon, so this is no exploitative Prime Day deal. Other retailers like Overclockers also sell it for close to its original price, as it’s a real enthusiast’s favourite. Amazon can likely slash so much off the price as it is now a year old, if still cutting edge.
Click here to save £470 on the Asus ROG SWIFT PG35VQ
Laptop and tablet deals
A good showing this year with all manner of laptop discounts and Amazon and Samsung providing the best tablet deals.
£45 off Amazon Fire HD 8, now £45
What is it? The Fire HD 8 or “All-New Fire HD 8” if you use Amazon’s wording, is a budget Android tablet rendered a dirt cheap one through the magic of Prime Day. Amazon rounded off the corners in this generation, making it look a little more like a classic iPad even if the screen is the same shape. It’s not Full HD, and you have to put up with Amazon’s service-saturated interface. But this is a perfect casual tablet and dramatically better than anything else you’ll find around £100, let alone £50. It is also more powerful than every other big-name tablet at twice the cost.
What’s the real saving? Amazon products like the Fire HD 8 are always a great deal over Prime Day and Black Friday. Discounts rarely beat those of Amazon’s gear. To get a significantly better non-Amazon tablet you’ll have to switch up to the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1. It’s also on sale during Prime Day season, but is still three times the price at £150.
Click here to save £45 on the Amazon Fire HD 8
£90 off a Samsung Galaxy Tab S7, now £530
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 Prime Day 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 virtually brand new. The larger 12.4in Galaxy Tab S7+ is also on sale if the bigger display appeals.
Click here to save £90 on a Samsung Galaxy Tab S7
£200 off a Samsung Galaxy Book S, now £800
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 £200 off, you get the best saving. It’s the most laptop-like of the three, with no touchscreen or stylus. But it’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. We’ve never seen it this low before. For sheer bang for your buck, the Huawei Matebook 13 is arguably a better buy. However, it is 30 per cent heavier than the Book S.
Click here to save £200 on a Samsung Galaxy Book S
£219 off a Surface Laptop 3, now £779: The Surface Laptop 3 from Microsoft is a slice of computing perfection. Build, keyboard quality and design are all fantastic. We love the price, too, although mull on the relatively low 128GB storage before buying.
£300 off an HP Omen 17 laptop, now £1,399: This HP Omen 17 deal offers ridiculous gaming performance for under £1,500. It has Nvidia’s GTX 2070 GPU, which should keep you up to speed with the latest titles for years to come.
£20 off an Amazon Fire HD 7, now £30: A real big-brand tablet for £30? This Amazon Fire HD 7 deal looks like a mis-price. It’s the perfect family buy, although parents of young kids should also consider Amazon’s dedicated Kids’ Editions.
Headphones and audio deals
Fancy a Bluetooth speaker or some noise cancelling cans? You’re in luck. AirPods, who?
£15 off a Ultimate Ears Wonderboom, now £30
What is it? This Ultimate Ears Wonderboom is still well worth investing in, despite being succeeded by a second version, which is in our WIRED Recommends best Bluetooth speakers list. Yes, the V2 has slightly bigger sound and battery life (you still get 10 hours of playback on this one), but this was merely icing on an already superb BT speaker. Tiny, waterproof (it even floats) and a sonic joy, UE’s Wonderboom is our go-to travel speaker.
What’s the real saving? This is a saving of between £15 and £60 off the RRP in reality as you can find the Wonderboom for around £45 these days in many places. Still, an extra £15 off this great speaker is still a worthy deal, and is by far the cheapest you’ll grab a Wonderboom anywhere right now.
Click here to save £15 on the Ultimate Ears Wonderboom
£39 off Jabra Elite 75t earbuds, now £130
What is it? These Jabra Elite 75t earbuds have been called by some the best AirPods alternative around. An improved, smaller design means they are more comfortable, have good sound quality with thumping bass, plus a better carrying case results in a total audio playback time of 28 hours.
What’s the real saving? This is a welcome saving of £40 as both John Lewis and Currys are selling these at the full RRP when we last checked.
Click here to save £39 on the Jabra Elite 75t earbuds
£13 off the Anker SoundCore 2 Bluetooth speaker, now £28: Impressive battery and Bluetooth range, fully waterproof – this is our best budget Bluetooth speaker.
£120 off Bowers & Wilkins PX7s, now £229: B&W’s superlative noise-cancellers have insightful sound, three-tiered noise cancellation and a quality design.
£91 off Bose SoundLink II, now £118: Comfortable to wear, controlled audio and a battery good for 15 hours of playback.
£50 off Jabra Elite Active 65t earbuds, now £90: You get an understated design, excellent battery life and balanced sound – but, most importantly, a reliable wireless connection.
£30 off Ultimate Ears Boom 3 speaker, now £89: Punchy, sound and a rugged design make this a fine portable speaker.
The Chinese companies are more willing than most to slash phone prices in the sales, no doubt on account of them being so cheap in the first place we can buy them outright.
£39 off a Xiaomi Redmi Note 9, now £140
What is it? The Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 hasn’t been given the attention it deserves. It should lure some of you budget buyers away from the Moto G series. It has a, for the price, fantastic screen. Full HD resolution and a 6.53-inch diagonal, the display doesn’t seem far off that of a £1,000 phone. Battery life is also superb thanks to a 5,020mAh cell. The Note 9 was a bargain at £179, and is only a better deal at £139.
What’s the real saving? While Amazon claims the Note 9 sells for £180, it has actually priced the phone at £155 before. Still, this is an “every penny matters” purchase, so even a £15 drop is worth celebrating. Xiaomi dropped the price to £140 on its own store the day before Prime Day started. You can buy direct if you’d prefer.
Click here to save £39 on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 9
£65 off Samsung Galaxy A51, now £364: The best-selling Android phone in the first half of 2020 should not be sniffed at, especially as the 5G model dips below £400 for Prime Day, putting it almost on par with the 4G A51.
£100 off Oppo Find X2 Lite, now £299: Isn’t that the new OnePlus? One of them. And you get a lot of specs for your money here: 6.4in screen, Snapdragon 765G, a big 4,025mah and 5G.
£30 off Samsung Galaxy S20, now £649: Down from a recent Amazon price of £679, the standard-sized S20 is now available for a touch under £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.
£100 off the Huawei P40 Pro, now £700: Good on you for even reading this entry. Owning a new Huawei in 2020 is a challenge what with the lack of Google services but hey, second lockdowns are looming and the P40 Pro takes great pics and lasts for ages. Do you speak ‘sideload’?
TV and home cinema deals
Bargain TVs get more bargainous – though watch out for some terrible deals elsewhere – and it’s soundbar season.
£220 off an LG CineBeam UST projector, now £729
What is it? The clue is in the name, but this LG CineBeam HF65LSR UST is an “Ultra Short Throw” LED laser projector. This means you get a Full HD picture from a small box that need only be 38cm away from a wall if you want the max 100in screen. You can also do wireless screen sharing.
What’s the real saving? This is a saving of £220 on RRP, and some retailers are even charging over £1,000 for this UST projector. (Including Amazon as recently as last week).
Click here to save £220 on the LG CineBeam HF65LSR
£89 off an LG SN7CY soundbar with Dolby Atmos, now £209
What is it? This LG SN7CY is a one-box Atmos soundbar that offers upfiring speakers for a bargain price. Impressively detailed sound marries with an attractive design – but you need higher volumes for the bass to kick in.
What’s the real saving? This is a saving of over £155 off the £400 RRP. However, note that it was already on offer on Amazon and Currys, selling at £300. It’s still £400 at John Lewis, though.
Click here to save £54 on the LG SN7CY
£342 off the LG HU85LS 4K UHD CineBeam projector, now £3,999: Yes, more than £300 off this laser projector with superb pictures and a classy design makes it hard to ignore (if you can spare the cash).
£51 off a Hisense 65AE7000FTUK 65-in 4K Smart TV, now £498: A big TV for the money, with most of the features you’ll want day-to-day, including Freeview play and Alexa built in.
£150 off a Sony HT-ST5000 soundbar, now £949: Gloriously accomplished Dolby Atmos sound with weighty bass and fine detail.
£150 off this Philips 65-in 4K Smart TV, now £625: Whether you’re an Ambilight fan or not, the inclusion of HDR 10+, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos and Alexa Built-in makes this a worthy TV.
£25 off a Roku Streaming Stick+, now £35: An excellent all-round video streamer, with stable 4K picture, fast buffering and an easy-to-use interface.
PC & gaming deals
ROG that rig with monitors, keyboards and sadly just the £10 off the Nintendo Switch…
£29 off a Razer BlackWidow Elite keyboard, now £76
What is it? The BlackWidow Elite is Razer’s top-end mechanical keyboard. And if you’ve found yourself working from home more in 2020, it’s time to try one out. Mechanical keyboards offer much deeper action and a well-defined actuation click/clack on the depress. The keys all sit on a metal backplate, for flawless rigidity. And for gamer flavour there’s a customisable RGB backlight.
What’s the real saving? The Razer BlackWidow Elite does not sell at its original recommended price online. But the cheapest we’ve found at the time this deal went live was roughly £25 higher. Amazon’s own cheapest price to date was £100, and that was during last year’s Black Friday event. Deal certified.
Click here to save £104 on the Razer BlackWidow Elite
£25 off a Corsair M65 ELITE RGB mouse, now £40
What is it? The Corsair M65 ELITE RGB is an advanced gaming mouse with absolute feature overkill. But when you’re paying just £40 for it, we don’t mind the OTT gaming approach. Its resolution heads up to 18,000dpi, and can be customised in 1dpi steps. Pure ridiculousness. However, we are big fans of the comfort of its lines, the customisable weight loading and the quality of its switches. The M65 uses Omron components, rated for 50 million actuations.
What’s the real saving? Sorry folks, the Corsair M65 ELITE RGB has been cheaper at Amazon before. But it was during last year’s Black Friday, when it sold for £35. It has spent most of the time since hovering between £50 and £60 and Amazon has specified Black Friday 2020 prices won’t be lower than Prime Day this year.
Click here to save £25 on a Corsair M65 ELITE RGB mouse
£25 off the 1TB SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD, now £85
What is it? The 1TB SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD is not the highest-performance SSD you’ll find on sale during Prime Day. If you want that, buy the on-sale Samsung Evo 970 Plus instead. However, we think its combination of very solid performance, high capacity and low price make it the perfect crowd-pleaser. You’ll see writes of up to 530MB/s, and the enclosed SATA design makes it easier to use as an external drive with as little as a £3 cable from eBay.
What’s the real saving? This SSD sold at the same price last Black Friday, but has otherwise been gradually dropping from its original £300 in 2017. Since January it has hovered around £110, occasionally jumping to around £130. It’s a hot deal if you need more room for game installs.
Click here to save £25 on the 1TB SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD
14 per cent off, or more, or Dell laptops: Dell started its Prime Day alternative sale the day before Amazon kicked off. You can get 14 per cent off laptops like the XPS 15 and XPS 13, but keep an eye out for the time-limited and stock-limited Mega Deals, which save you even more.
£120 off the Acer Predator XB271HU, now £480: The Acer Predator XB271HU is a high-end gaming monitor with max 165Hz refresh rate and G-Sync. You get a 27in 1440p monitor at a price closer to the 24in 1080p version.
Smartwatch and fitness deals
Look down at your wrist. Is there an Apple Watch on it? If not, here are some fitness tracker, smartwatch and sports watch deals worth your time, plus our pick of running and walking shoes in the sale.
£74 off Garmin Fenix 6, now £356
What is it? The Garmin Fenix 6 is another discounted Garmin for Prime Day. The premium-premium Fenix 6 Pro Sapphire Edition is our absolute money-no-object Garmin pick, but that’s an £800 beast that won’t be for everyone. With the basic Fenix 6, you get a sports watch that’s still crammed with features for running, cycling and the outdoors, just missing a few luxuries.
What’s the real saving? The headline Prime Day deal price is 33% off. It’s actually more like 18% off the £430 of the Fenix 6 for most of this summer. The RRP is way up, at £530 and recently, this model has sold for around £470.
Click here to get the Garmin Fenix 6 for £356
£67 off Suunto 7 sports watch, now £314: This Suunto sports smartwatch – GPS, HR, Wear OS, big enough battery – has been down to £383 lately but never as low as this, which is closer to its ‘used’ price.
£38.50 off Nokia Body Cardio, now £91: Smart scales are, just about, still a thing, and this Nokia/Withings one does BMI, muscle mass etc. The most useful thing being a handy graph of your progress in the companion app, of course.
£42 off Salomon Speedcross 4 GTX, now £84: Under Armour aren’t the only sports brand snipping sneaker prices this week. 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.
Merrell Siren Traveller women’s hiking boots, down to £54: Merrell is a solid outdoors brand, and these women’s walking boots are low-rise with light insole support. Spot on for casual walks.
Smart home and appliance deals
We’re using a very broad application of the phrase ‘smart home’ here. As in: smart things you’d put inside your home.
£106 off a double Emma Original mattress, down to £334
What is it? 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.
What’s the real saving? Amazon says it’s £164 off the double – we beg to differ, making it more like £106 on recent prices. Still. Emma does a good range of sizes and all of these – single, small double (handy), king, super king – appear to be reduced for Prime Day.
Click here to get the Emma Original mattress (double) for £334
£40 off the Nextbase 522GW dash cam, now £98
What is it? The Nextbase 522GW is the dash cam to go for, with high quality recording – 1440p at 30fps and 1080p at 60fps – ports for additional car cameras, a GPS module and quick Bluetooth and Wi-Fi sharing of footage to your phone. Oh, and there’s Alexa because of course there is.
What’s the real saving? You’re saving £40 on the recent price or £51 on the RRP of the 522GW. Pretty good considering it’s selling for full price at Argos, Halfords and the rest.
Click to get £40 off the Nextbase 522GW
£65+ off Shark IZ201UKT cordless vac, now £200: Shark’s one of our main go-to brands for affordable vacuums and, in the absence of any stonking Dyson deals so far this week, this pet hair-hating, 40-minute run-time cordless will do just nicely. It has been sold as low as £265 over the summer, on a £380 RRP.
£54 off Babyliss 3Q, now £45: This is our favourite budget hairdryer, based on our testing. We like its ergonomic body and its performance when faced with long hair. It’s been selling for £100-£110 for most of the past three months, with a few dips closer to this Prime Day price.
£28 off Nespresso Vertuo Plus, now £70: A trusty coffee machine from Krups, the Vertuo Plus takes three capsule sizes and handles alto, coffee, gran lungo, espresso and double espresso.
£68 off Eufy BoostIQ RoboVac 30C, now £153: We wouldn’t usually recommend a robot vac below even a £450 price point, but when this slightly older Eufy model is down from £220 to £153, you might want to take a punt. It has all the voice control mod-cons, just be prepared to assist with a stick.
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