Just The (Actually) Good Cyber Monday Deals Still Live Today

Last Minute Mabel? These are the best Cyber Monday deals that are still live post-midnight. All the products below have been picked out by WIRED reviewers for being 1) a great product and B) at least a decent discount. We've had a look at the sales on Amazon, John Lewis, Argos, Currys and more.

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AirPods Pro with MagSafe charging for £185 (£54 off)

Apple updated its lauded AirPods Pro earphones this year, with a case that supports MagSafe charging. The rest remains largely the same, but that’s no bad thing. You get very effective noise cancellation and much better sound quality than the standard AirPods, including the latest-generation version. Typical of an Apple deal, this reduction is not jaw-dropping, but does mean now is the right time to buy.

Huawei MateBook 14 2021 for £700 (£250 off)

The MateBook 14 offers a ton of power under the hood and a high resolution display at an extremely competitive price. You’ll find an 11th Gen Intel Core i5 chip, 8GB RAM and a 512GB SSD here—a combination that’s ideal for heavy productivity workloads. The 2K display makes your movies and TVs crisp while a fingerprint sensor makes your logins speedy. There’s also value to be had with a MateBook 14, earbuds and monitor bundle (£1,038) that’s on offer right now too.

New Balance 574 Men’s sneakers from £54 (£21 off)

These normcore footwear icons are right up there with Nike Air Max 1s and Reebok Classics in our book. Comfortable and offering great support through its ENCAP midsole cushioning, the understated 574 is a great all-round trainer for weekend loafing, a night at the pub or a brisk jog around the park. Discounts depend on the size you need.

Echo Dot 3rd Gen for £19 (£21 off)

This previous generation Echo Dot is down to a startlingly low price, while still offering much of the functionality you’ll get from the new version. It’ll also please you if you prefer puck-shaped smart speakers over orb-shaped ones—a brainteaser of a decision if we’ve ever seen one.

Apple MacBook Air M1 for £889 (£110 off)

The M1 MacBook Air is nothing short of a marvel. This laptop offers top drawer ultrabook performance without the need for a fan. At under £900, it's now even giving rivals— that you’d typically think of as offering more inviting pricing than Apple—a run for their money too.

eelo 1885 PRO 14" Adults Folding Electric Bike for £1,014 (£286 off)

The commuter bike of your dreams. It doesn’t take up half a room in your house. You barely have to pedal on the way to work: no more sweat patches. And it folds up should you need to take it on public transport. Eelo’s bikes are assembled in the UK. And while this Cyber Monday deal doesn’t bring it down to a pocket money price, £286 off isn’t to be sniffed at.

Logitech Brio Stream Webcam for £158 (£62 off)

The Logitech C920 webcam was the go-to webcam upgrade for years. Logitech finally came up with a higher-quality option in the Brio. It’s a 4K camera with superior sound and image quality that can also live stream footage at 1080p resolution. It’s one of our WIRED Recommends picks. “Image quality is outstanding: crisp, bright and colourful, with great contrast,” we said in our review.

Sony WH-CH710N Headphones for £69 (£26 off)

Sony’s flagship 1000XM4 headphones get much of the attention in best of guides and the like but this cheaper option is worth your time too. These offer understated style, a whopping 35 hours of battery life, Quick Charge and voice assistant support. Noise cancellation and 30mm drivers make for a decent listening experience too.

Fire TV Stick 4K Max for £37 (£18 off)

Amazon’s popular Fire Stick range has been around for some time but Jeff Bezos’s crew has finally released some new. The 4K Max offers the Fire Stick’s faster performance yet, for swift navigation and speedy Wi-Fi 6 connectivity.

WD_BLACK 1TB Internal Gaming SSD for £120 (£35 off)

An internal drive for your PS5 is an obvious consideration this shopping season. Sony’s latest console wasn’t blessed with tons of storage and it recently added support for these handy, if expensive, SSDs. This WD_BLACK model is extremely fast, to keep your new next-gen games running smoothly.

Bose QuietComfort Noise Cancelling Earbuds for £179 (£70 off)

Bose doesn’t like to discount its newer products, so this means the QuietComfort Noise Cancelling Earbuds’ £70 reduction is not only a strange occurrence, it’s also very welcome indeed. With possibly the best earphone active noise cancellation around, having taken on competition from the Sony WF-1000XM4 and AirPods Pro, these buds are not to be ignored. Yes, they have slightly boosted bass, but they are still a quality listen all-round.

Apple Pencil 2nd Gen for £99 (£20 off)

Apple’s second generation Pencil now charges wirelessly, rather than sticking out the end of an iPad—making it look like an oversized lollipop. If that’s not sold you, then it’s worth bearing in mind that it also makes for a quality stylus that’s supremely accurate and enables a range of smart scribbling features.

Sony WF-1000XM4 Wireless Earbuds for £199 (£50 off)

The best all-round true wireless earphones right now. The Sony WF-1000XM4 are new-for-2021, and combine excellent sound quality with smart active noise cancellation and long battery life, for a true wireless pair. Sony also improved the shell design. It made the earpieces smaller and got rid of the slightly Bluetooth headset-adjacent look of the still-great - and superb at this price - Sony WF-1000XM3 (down to £99).

OnePlus 9 for £479(£150 off)

When you get the same stylish design as the 9 Pro as well as the slick Snapdragon 888 processor, the OnePlus 9 seems to be a diddy version of one of our fave Android phones, but hold up… there are some vital differences. The 6.55-inch display has a 120Hz refresh rate, but crucially it’s not variable in this model, and this means the battery will take a hit, and the 1080p resolution won’t make your socks roll up and down, either. And the triple-lens camera could be better, too. However, a sizable Cyber Monday discount bringing this blower down way below £500 makes it an appealing pick nonetheless.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro for £220 (£49 off)

This is our favourite budget phone at the moment, with a spec sheet that belies the relatively low price tag. There’s a 6.67-inch AMOLED display that runs at a silky smooth 120Hz, a respectable quad-lens camera, and fast-charging support. The distinctly ordinary Snapdragon 732G processor, and the lack of 5G, wireless charging, and water-proofing are all that give away its budget nature.

Fitbit Charge 4 for £90 (£40 off)

Yes Apple dominates in the smartwatch arena, but they’re not the only game in town. Fitbit offers cheap and cheerful fitness trackers, and they’re well worth your consideration. The Charge 4 is one of our top picks and has GPS, swim tracking and sleep monitoring all for less than £100. What’s more, the battery life on offer here (at up to seven days) knocks Apple’s efforts into a cocked hat. Aside from fitness tracking, you get phone and app notifications, such as timers and weather reports etc, too.

Amazon Echo Show 5 for £40 (£35 off)

Amazon’s smallest Echo Show is a neat way to add a visual element to your Alexa requests. It’ll display the weather, show your playlist and support video calls too. There's also a manual off switch for the camera and microphones.

Apple Watch Series 6 for £319 (£60 off)

Our reigning smartwatch champion by a country mile, only the new Apple Watch Series 7 threatens the supremacy of the Series 6. If you use an iPhone, it’s a premium, feature-rich smartwatch that’s very easy to recommend. Easy to use, speedy, and good-looking, the price is the only thing that may give you pause. The Apple Watch Series 6 with Cellular is also discounted by £100, and there’s £150 off the Stainless Steel and Cellular model.

Laptop And Work From Home Deals

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Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet for £40 (£50 off)

Tablets don’t have to cost a bomb and no company showcases that better than Amazon, with its immensely cheap Fire HD range. The latest Fire HD 8 is a small 8in device that can offer up to 12 hours of video watching fun, immersive reading sessions or web scrolling odysseys. Cheap doesn’t have to mean behind the times either—which previous Fire HD tablets were a tad—this new model finally adds USB-C. At 50% off right now, it’s a particularly attractive proposition.

Surface Laptop 4 for £699 (£200 off)

The Surface Laptop remains one of the most well-built and stylish ultrabooks on the market. Microsoft won’t forgive us for saying but it’s very much the MacBook of Windows machines—a sturdy, thin and luxury unibody design. At £700, there’s tremendous value for money to be had, especially with the addition of an AMD Ryzen processor to the 13in model this year. This laptop makes for one of the very best options for student life.

Logitech MX Keys Wireless Keyboard for £85 (£15 off)

Logitech says the MX Keys is designed for creative types and coders, and we can see why. The soft, shallow buttons on this conventional backlit keyboard make it a joy to use – they’re comfortable to type on, if not the snappiest, and suit fast workers.

Amazon Fire HD 10 Tablet for £90 (£60 off)

The tablets under £100 market is pretty dominated by Amazon and with good reason. The Fire HD range offers bump-friendly builds, compatibility with all the apps you expect and long battery life. The Fire HD 10 is one of the larger options and provides a 10.1in Full HD display—boosted by 10% more brightness since the last generation. As it's an Amazon device, there’s quite obviously support for the Kindle app and Alexa commands here too.

Acer Swift 1 for £320 (£73 off)

Sometimes cheap laptops can be a bit chunky and unsightly but this Acer device is supremely thin and can even be picked up in a striking pink colour option. It isn’t blessed with tons of power but, as a first laptop or a device for the odd word-processing task, social media browsing or movie-watching, it’ll do the job. Despite its low price, it remains eligible for a nice new Windows 11 upgrade as well.

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite for £80 (£150 off)

No it’s not an iPad, and that’s a good thing. The Paperwhite has been a boon for the Kindle brand, favouring simplicity over all other concerns. If you like e-readers then trust us there’s almost nothing to beat this device, especially at this stunningly low price. You get an adjustable light to go with a battery that can last weeks. Oh, and its waterproof as well, so pool-side or bath time reading is perfectly acceptable. This one is the previous generation, but if you want the latest go for the 'All-new' Kindle Paperwhite (down £25 to £105).

HP Stream 11.6in Laptop for £179 (£41 off)

Budget laptops may not seem so budget to many, with quite a few offerings boosting the price steadily to gain attention with traditionally higher quality features. You can forget all that with the HP Stream. This laptop is ideal for a child’s first laptop or a device for those with extremely low requirements. It’s an unassuming device with decent battery life and a simple design.

Samsung Galaxy Book Pro for £949 (£150 off)

Samsung's recent laptop releases have represented good form after a few years of inconsistency. The Galaxy Book Pro is super thin at just 11.2mm thick and weighs in at just 868g—making it an ideal commuter device. Despite its light weight, it still packs a ton of power and impressive battery life. You’ll be able to upgrade this device to Windows 11 as well towards the end of this year or early next.

Lenovo IdeaPad Duet Chromebook for £199 (£20 off)

Lenovo’s hybrid Chromebook is a great option if you’ve looked at this style of tablet before but not wanted to pay premium Microsoft Surface or Apple iPad prices. It’s extremely portable, making it ideal for taking to class or working in a coffee shop. You are slightly limited by ChromeOS but, if your workload is writing essays, browsing the web or watching movies, this is ideal.

Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan for £80 (£40 off)

Access to Adobe’s popular suite of creative programs doesn’t come cheap so having its price cut by a third is an offer not to be sniffed at. This plan gives you Photoshop CC, Lightroom and 20GB of cloud storage for one year and it's redeemable on PC or Mac.

Moleskine Smart Writing Set for £116 (£29 off)

We're all developing new working habits in our WFH/hybrid reality. So Moleskine's Smart Writing Set, which transfers notes and doodles made with its Pen + Ellipse and 'Paper Tablet' notebook to smartphone and tablet apps, might make a lot more sense in the home office than it did last year.

ASUS TUF F15 Gaming Laptop for £750 (£100 off)

Gaming laptops can be pricey devils but the Asus TUF range is often the most inviting when it comes to price, especially with a neat £150 off right now. For your money, you get a Full HD 144Hz panel, the latest Intel Core i5 processor and RTX 350 GPU.

Outdoor and Fitness Deals

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Salomon X Reveal GTX Women's Hiking Shoes from £80 (£25 off)

Salomon is a revered name in the hiking shoe world. Its Salomon X Reveal GTX shoes are a good option for a pair you can wear for walking weekend, and just normal wet days. They have a Gore-Tex waterproofing layer but could pass for a normal pair of trainers. A low-rise design means these are not ideal for craggy mountain walks unless you really know what you’re doing. But for everything else? Perfect.

Grisport Unisex-Adult Fuse Trekking and Hiking Boots for £72 (£22 off)

These hiking boots are made in the classic mould. That means they have a leather upper, rather than relying on technical fabrics for water and wind resistance. As such, they should wear well. And you can already tell, they look good. Grisport’s boots are made in Italy and use a Vibram sole, which is highly durable.

GoPro Hero10 Black for £330 (£200 off)

You know you're getting a solid, dependable action cam with GoPro, so we're delighted to find this offer in the Cyber Monday madness. The specs on offer in this model are class-leading: 5.3K/60p and 4K/120p recording and HyperSmooth 4.0 image stabilisation. This makes the GoPro Hero10 Black not only the best in its class right now, this deal also represents the cam's cheapest price yet. The package even throws in a 1-year GoPro Subscription.

Hydrow Rower for £1,795 (£500 off)

Want to get fit? Shun the herd using fancy connected running machines and instead go for something that offers a much more efficient all-body workout instead. The deal on the Hydrow rowing machine secures you a tasty £500 off the machine’s typical price, which you can then put towards the £38 per month membership offering access to 3,000 workouts streamed to your home. Yes this is still pricey, but we've tried Hydrow, and we liked it a lot.

Black + Blum Eau Good Water Bottle for £12.90 (£7 off)

The best water bottle for naturally filtered water, Black + Blum's Eau Good has a curvy, see-through, PVA-free plastic design, which reveals an active Binchotan charcoal filter. You get a choice of four colours of silicone and natural cork tops. We also like the look of its Meal Prep Lunch Box, down £5 from £28 to £23.

Tacx Flux 2 Smart for £550 (£150 off)

Since we went lockdown-tastic trying to get a decent deal on high-end bike turbo trainers has been nigh-on impossible. But thankfully we've finally got one for you. You can grab the Tacx Flux 2 Smart for £150 off at Amazon right now. Riders get 2,000W maximum resistance, so you can simulate inclines of up to 16 degrees (if you really want to punish yourself). Turbo trainers also work really well with cycling apps like Zwift, if you want to make indoor training more engaging.

BMC Alpenchallenge Electric Bike for £2,309 (£990 off)

Electric bikes are not only good for you, they are enormous fun. The hefty price tags inevitably put people off, however. This is why we were so pleased to see almost £1,000 off this BMC cycle, which is a full-carbon bike with upwards of 100 miles of range. The 5-speed hub gear and a belt drive should give you miles of riding without too many maintenance worries. Plus useful extras such as integrated lights, mudguards and pannier rack are included. The final flourish? This BMC weighs just 18kg, which is at the lower end of the scale for e-bikes.

Tacx Flow Smart for £200 (£70 off)

Not quite the same discount as the Tacx listed above, but still the Flow Smart is one of the most affordable ways to get hooked on at-home training (especially now the weather has turned). Despite being a gateway device, it’s very much a full smart turbo trainer, so the resistance can be automatically controlled by most popular cycling apps. And remember: the price of these turbo trainers reached silly proportions during lockdown, so this £70 discount is more than welcome.

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Tefal ActiFry Genius XL 2in1 Air Fryer for £151 (£130 off)

A lot of the air fryers on sale this Cyber Monday have been cheaper in recent months, but not the Tefal ActiFry Genius XL 2in1. This is a serious little cooker many should be able to use in place of their oven much of the time. It has two cooking “zones”, letting you prepare two parts of a meal at once without just bunging them in the same internal container. 1.7kg capacity also offers room for a large family’s worth of food.

Bodum Chambord 8 Cup French Press for £39 (£13 off)

Whip up enough cups o’ joe for a full house of guests this festive period with this effortlessly attractive cafetiere from Bodum. The copper-finished French press boasts a one-litre capacity and heat-resistant borosilicate glass.

Shark Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner for £179 (£163 off)

For those who aren’t yet into robot vacuums and prefer to put a bit of elbow grease into it, this Shark vacuum is invitingly well-priced. Its Anti-Hair Wrap technology is at the forefront, preventing the peskiest of vacuum jams. The vacuum itself will run for up to 40 minutes and comes with a simple removable battery for easy charging. The flexing stem also makes this cleaner ideal for getting under furniture and the like.

Facebook Portal for £79 (£90 off)

With the likes of the Oculus Quest 2, Facebook has shown a capability to make decent hardware. The Portal is a decent dedicated video calling device, offering smart camera and sound for letting you wander while you chat. There’s child-attention-keeping cleverness in the form of Story Time and AR effects. The Portal, naturally, works with Messenger and WhatsApp. It also works with Alexa and can display photos when not in use.

Echo Dot 2-pack and Smart Plug Bundle for £37 (£63 off)

Black Friday and Cyber Monday inevitably brings plenty of discounts on Amazon products, with the Echo Dot being a sales season staple. But this bundle sets you up nicely to get your smart home rolling, with two Echo Dots and a handy Smart Plug. These are the previous version of the Echo Dots, which may appeal if the latest orb-shaped versions don’t take your fancy. If you think you may just be in need of a new smart plug, then the Amazon Smart Plug (down to £15) is a tenner off all on its own.

Le Creuset Signature Enamelled casserole for £166 (£44 off)

The fabled French cookware brand’s iconic casserole dishes are rarely discounted, and £44 is a meaty enough chunk of a saving to whet any self-respecting home chef’s appetite. Built to last for decades, this 24cm oval casserole is made of enamelled cast iron and finished in Le Creuset’s signature “Volcanic” colour way.

Blink Outdoor 1-Camera System for £50 (£40 off)

Smart home security is available now with all the bells and whistles but this reasonably priced single camera system from Blink is a simple way to keep an eye on your home through your phone. This wire-free camera can be placed up on a wall and, along with HD recording and motion detection, has infrared to keep watch during the night too. If you want an all-encompassing system, check out the 4-camera system (£145) down from £275.

Tado Wired Smart Thermostat Starter Kit for £160 (£40 off)

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Faffing with your age-old thermostat will have likely been a pain in your neck for many years. Now, smart thermostats have been around for a quite a while and this cheap and cheerful Tado can help you out if you’ve not yet upgraded. Along with a simple device to stick on your wall and control things there, you can use the Tado app to keep things in check from your phone. If you’re feeling particularly chilly, there’s Heating Boost to quickly get things toasty in 30 minutes as well as Smart Schedules to accommodate your home’s routine.

Eve Premium Hybrid Mattress for £782 (£196 off)

We’re big fans of the Eve mattress and crowned it our favourite bed-in-a-box pick for those who suffer from restless nights. The 1,500 full sized springs aim to help you to feel weightless while sleeping—a particularly impressive feat for a mattress that comes in a tightly packed box.

Arlo Essential Wireless Video Doorbell for £95 (£85 off)

Whether you’re lost in a good book or too busy wrangling the kids to answer the door, a video doorbell is a handy way to deal with folks darkening your door right from your phone. Along with being able to respond to visitors from anywhere in your home, it offers up 1080p quality footage, a built-in siren and night vision. It’s also a doorbell.

Sony A7 III for £1,469 (£230 off)

Yes, this is on the pricey end of the scale, but we’ve previously badged the Sony A7 III “the best all-round mirrorless camera under £2,000”, but now it’s considerably cheaper thanks to this tasty Cyber Monday deal. This top-quality full-frame snapper is equally at home capturing 24.2MP stills or 4K video, is a solid bargain at this price.

Amazon Echo Dot 4th Gen with Clock for £39 (£21 off)

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Of course, Amazon's latest and greatest smart speakers have received a discount. The Echo Dot 4th Gen ditched the puck look for a less pedestrian and more futuristic orb design. Along with the revamped build, you get improved sound and microphones, with this model coming with a handy clock too.

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Apple AirPods for £99 (£20 off)

New AirPods 3 (£169) may have just hit the shelves but a price hike for the 3rd Gen earbuds from Apple may be a key point of persuasion for sticking to the older models. For under £100, there’s no frills, with just wired charging on offer from this case. However, you get the extreme convenience of using these alongside your iPhone, decent sound and support for issuing voice commands to Siri.

Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 for £99 (£40 off)

Now, Samsung’s latest buds are aimed squarely at taking on the original AirPods, and these earphonesundercut the overpriced new AirPods 3 by some margin. If you’re using them with a Samsung phone expect a pairing experience and user journey that’s simplicity itself, but they also work just fine with other Android mobiles, of course. As a final two-fingers to Apple’s latest entry-level buds, you get active noise cancellation here as well, alongside a stylish range of colours other than “just white”.

Jabra 75T Active Earbuds for £99 (£66 off)

This is the cheapest the Jabra 75T Active true wireless earphones have been to date on Amazon. They are among the best sports earphones you can buy, thanks to their IP57 water resistance and powerful sound, which can help when you're flagging during a run. Unlike the newer Jabra 85T, this pair did not launch with active noise cancellation, but Jabra added a moderately effective version of the feature in a firmware update. Other Jabra paris including the less water resistant Jabra 75T and newer Jabra 85T are on sale as part of Cyber Monday too.

Sennheiser HD 660 S for £357 (£74 off)

Most Cyber Monday headphone deals are for the trendy kind of pair: wireless ANC headphones or true wireless earphones. The Sennheiser HD 660 S are old-school, a pair of open-back hifi headphones that will blow most lifestyle sets out of the water for transparency and width. You can only really wear them indoors, they are cabled and they leak sound freely. But if you want a set for late-night movies or gaming, they are excellent. Amazon’s pricing is, just as promised, the lowest price you can get, at £85 lower than that of most other retailers.

Wearables & Fitness Deals

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Garmin Fenix 6S for £399 (£131 off)

Billed as the ultimate multi-sport smartwatch, the Fenix 6S is built for the great outdoors with a 3-axis compass, gyroscope, and barometric altimeter joining the usual GPS, heart-rate tracker, and pulse oximeter. It also has an always-on display, Garmin Pay support, and long battery life. We liked the Fenix 6 Pro, and the Fenix 6S Pro is also on sale for £380 (£230 off).

Fitbit Charge 5 for £139 (£31 off)

Unless you are desperate for the latest and greatest, we would steer you towards the bigger savings that are available on last year’s model, but that’s not to say we don’t appreciate the charms of the Charge 5. It has everything the Charge 4 has and adds a colour screen and a slimmer design with a stainless steel case.

Oppo Watch for £150 (£79 off)

The Oppo Watch might be as close as you can get to an Apple Watch for Android, at least in terms of looks. The 1.6-inch AMOLED display is a highlight, and the fitness tracking is solid. It also features NFC, GPS, and heart-rate tracking, but there’s no escaping the derivative design (not necessarily a bad thing), and the battery life is limited.

Huawei GT 2 for £85 (£53 off)

We praised the long battery life and smart looks of the Huawei GT 2 in our best smartwatches guide but noted that the feature set is quite basic. A sharp 1.2-inch AMOLED touchscreen sits in a stainless steel case, and there’s built-in fitness and health tracking with support for inboard music. But you don’t get any mobile payment support or apps to download.

Samsung Galaxy Watch4 for £199 (£50 off)

Probably the best choice for Android phone owners seeking a slick smartwatch, the Galaxy Watch4 marks a departure for Samsung as it leaves Tizen OS behind and adopts Wear OS 3, Google’s smartwatch platform. The Watch4 boasts a lovely screen, smooth performance, and granular fitness tracking. Sadly, battery life for the smaller model is limited, and app support on Wear OS is still lacking.

Fitbit Versa 3 for £139 (£60 off)

When fitness is your main priority, Fitbit has you covered. We appreciate the long battery life, fitness and sleep tracking, and the built-in GPS in this smartwatch. It also has Alexa and Google Assistant on board, but your choice of apps is limited.

Garmin Venu 2 for £269 (£81 off)

Refreshingly lightweight with a slick interface and real depth in its exercise tracking, the Garmin Venu 2 is a great pick for regular exercisers looking to get more out of those workouts. You can expect strong battery life, water resistance, GPS, and heart-rate tracking. There’s NFC, too, but not every bank supports Garmin Pay, and apps are limited.

Fitbit Sense for £189 (£111 off)

The flagship Fitbit Sense includes everything that makes the Versa 3 great but comes in a more premium package that includes some interesting health features. The Sense can read electrodermal activity, check your blood oxygenation, and perform an ECG scan. This gives you a warning about any breathing difficulties while you sleep or irregular heart activity that you should have checked out by a doctor.

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag for £24 (£6 off)

Bluetooth trackers are such a simple idea that it's surprising it took Apple and Samsung so long to get on board. Now they are, you can pick up Samsung’s Galaxy SmartTags at a super cheap price and its just very helpful when it comes to losing your keys, your bag or frankly anything you can slip this diddy tracking in.

Withings ScanWatch for £230 (£49 off)

This classy hybrid smartwatch passes easily for a traditional timepiece, but there is a tiny PMOLED display beneath the physical hands. A stainless steel case and sapphire glass face promise durability, and there is blood oxygen tracking, ECG functionality, and breathing detection that can pick up on sleep apnea. It can also track workouts and sleep, but there is little in the way of additional smartwatch features.

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Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra for £969 (£179 off)

Quite simply the best Android phone you can buy right now, Samsung’s Galaxy S21 Ultra is a premium behemoth that does it all. Samsung’s everything-but-the-kitchen-sink approach means you get a huge, 6.8-inch display that runs at 120Hz, a versatile quad-lens camera, fast charging, and speedy performance. The only downside to this powerful and stylish curved glass sandwich is the so-so battery life.

Samsung Galaxy S21 for £620 (£199 off)

If the Ultra feels like overkill, you might prefer the regular Galaxy S21. It has a 6.2-inch AMOLED with the same coveted, buttery smooth 120Hz refresh rate. You also get a versatile triple-lens camera, Samsung’s Exynos 2100 processor, and reasonably good battery life, though it can’t charge as quickly as its superior sibling.

Zendure A2 Powerbank 6700mAh for £30 (£5 off)

A fiver off isn’t a huge discount, it’s true – but if you’re looking for a pocket-sized power bank to keep your USB-chargeable gadgets juiced up on the go, you could do a lot worse. The 6,700mAh capacity battery will maintain 95% of its charge even if untouched for six months, and the charge-through function means it can top up your devices while it is charging up itself.

OnePlus 9 Pro for £629 (£200 off)

While the quality of OnePlus phones has been steadily rising, so have the prices. The OnePlus 9 Pro is a strong alternative to Samsung’s flagship. It has a 6.67-inch AMOLED that runs at 120Hz, a Snapdragon 888 processor, and a quad-lens camera developed in partnership with Hasselblad. It is the best shooter the manufacturer has turned out yet, though it can be a little inconsistent.

Samsung Galaxy A52s for £320 (£89 off)

Cutting-edge features and premium design touches are quicker than ever to filter down to the budget end of the smartphone market today, and the Galaxy A52s is a prime example. With a 6.5-inch, 120Hz, Super AMOLED display, a quad-lens camera, and IP67 water resistance, this is a lot of phone for the money. It lacks wireless charging and can stutter from time to time.

Google Pixel 4a for £249 (£100 off)

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The budget version of a two-year-old Google flagship might not seem appealing at first glance, but this phone has a lot to recommend it. The camera performance is stunning, considering there’s only a single 12.2MP lens, and that’s largely down to Google’s software smarts. This is a good choice for people seeking a slick, straightforward, smaller phone that does the basics well.


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Apple HomePod Mini for £69 (£20 off)

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The HomePod Mini was already one of Apple’s best-value gadgets, and Black Friday/Cyber Monday has brought us £20 off an already good deal. It’s one of the most coherent-sounding mini speakers, and has a neat colour display up top, just like the original HomePod. A HomePod Mini makes a great music speaker for your office, a bedside unit or just a way to talk to Siri, if that's your bag. You need an Apple device like an iPhone or iPad to set it up, which is the only major drawback here.

JBL Xtreme 2 for £149 (£100 off)

The JBL Xtreme 2 looks like a bit of a portable speaker brute, but sounds surprisingly refined. Its design is built around large passive radiators at each end, which let it generate deep, confident-sounding bass even though it’s powered by its own battery. This is a large speaker, but includes a shoulder strap that clips carabiner-style onto the body, to make it easy to lug around. There’s no flashy tech stuff here. It’s a simple Bluetooth speaker, but can fill rooms and arguably offers more balanced sound than the newer JBL Xtreme 3.

Roberts Revival Mini for £99 (£60 off)

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Just a few companies make good quality small DAB radios. These include Ruark and Roberts, and you can get the Roberts Revival Mini for £99 today. It’s a charming old-school throwback, and not just in its appearance. This is a simple DAB and FM radio. No Bluetooth. No Wi-Fi. But it does use a decent speaker driver and a proper wooden enclosure rather than the thin shell of plastic you’d get elsewhere, which also affects the sound.

Bang & Olufsen Beosound A1 (2nd Generation) for £180 (£20 off)

The Beosound A1 looks unassuming, but might quietly be Bang & Olufsen’s best speaker. It is one of the best-sounding micro speakers money can buy, and this Cyber Monday discount should make fewer baulk at its price. Bang & Olufsen approaches the small portable format by treating it, as much as it can, like a hifi speaker. It has one large mid-range/bass driver, plus a tweeter. This lets it create sweeter treble and a much more convincing mid-range than almost all the cheaper alternatives. 18-hour battery life in an enclosure this petite impresses too.

Tribit Stormbox Micro for £43 (£10 off)

More dynamic than the average portable speaker, the Tribit Stormbox Micro has a rubber strap that lets it attach to bike handlebars, to cling to the strap of a rucksack. It sounds brilliant for its size and price. Speakers like this made Tribit a serious contender in this space in a matter of months, which is a huge achievement. Bluetooth speakers have been saturated for years. This is a very worthy, more versatile, alternative to an Anker SoundCore 2.

TV & Home Cinema Deals

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LG OLED55A16LA for £779 (£220 off)

We have seen this 55-inch LG OLED TV cheaper this Black Friday season, but this deal from John Lewis also comes with a 5-year guarantee. The OLED55A16LA is the entry-level model in LG’s line-up. That means you miss out on a few gamer-friendly features like a 120Hz refresh rate and VRR (variable refresh rate), but it is still a fantastic set for movie and TV watching. And still for gaming, if we’re honest. Most games that draw the crowds aim for 60fps, not 120fps.

Samsung 55 inch Q80A for £789 (£200 off)

This mid-range Samsung TV has a wide viewing angle thanks to its IPS screen. And while that also comes with relatively limited contrast, at this level Samsung sets have full-array local dimming, which lets the backlight operate in zones for improved contrast. Brighter than an OLED, it’s clear from any angle and you get QLED colour punch. Dark room performance isn’t class-leading, so cineastes might want to save up for an OLED.If you fancy something a tad smaller and cheaper, the Samsung QE55Q70A 55 inch TV (£699) is also discounted right now.

Samsung 55AU7100 for £469 (£31 off)

Argos, Amazon

This cheap Samsung 4K TV deal is undercutting other retailers over on Argos, with a TV10 discount code making it £47 less than competing deals merchants. Despite its low price, this 55in TV still offers up 4K, HDR10+, Adaptive Sound and all your essential smart apps too.

LG OLED65A16LA for £1,299 (£200 off)

This is the best deal for a 65-inch OLED TV at the time of writing. On the face of it, Argos’s price is actually £50 more than the competition at £1,299. However, its TV10 code takes off 10%, bringing the cost down to £1,169. Deal achieved. This is the entry-level smart TV model in LG’s OLED line-up. It misses out on a 120Hz refresh rate and VRR, variable refresh rate, but these are only must-haves for gamers. Peak brightness is also a little lower than the LG C1. However, we find we don’t often use maximum screen power when watching movies anyway. It’s a lot of TV for a very reasonable amount of money.

LG Electronics CineBeam HU70LS for £1,199 (At least £100 off)

This relatively small and light 4K projector is rated at 1500 lumen brightness, suitable for indoors use at around 100-140 inches. It also has its own smart interface based around WebOS. The laser light source means you don’t have to worry about replacement lamps, as its lifespan is upwards of 30,000 hours, similar to a TV. You need to be a little careful about positioning as there’s no lens shift, but it’s otherwise a good buy. This projector has sold at the same price in brief windows during the last few months, but typically costs between £1,300 and £1,600.

Q Acoustics Q3010i 5.1 Speaker Package for £679 (£120 off)

Q Acoustics 5.1 speaker sets have been top recommendations for those with sensibly cautious budgets for a decade. Their petite but not tiny satellites don’t have to compromise to the extent of a more lifestyle-driven system. And as such, they are fit for music as well as movie soundtracks. This set includes two rears, two front left/right units, a centre and a subwoofer. The original price Richer Sounds claims (£950) is slightly rich, but this setup typically costs £120 more.


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G-Shock Mini CasiOak for £75 (£25 off)

The ‘CasiOak’ G-Shock is an achingly cool watch (do a Google search), and it was excellent value for money at £99. Now thanks to Cyber Monday it is down a further £25 to a preposterously low £75. Why the name? It could be the resemblance to the famous Audemars Piguet Royal Oak. But it is also very much a G-Shock, with timer, stopwatch, world time, calendar, and LED light. The clincher? It’s superbly comfortable to wear.

Braun chronograph for £270 (£225 off)

If you go for the rubber strap version of this classic watch, you will bag yourself a classic Braun design timepiece at much less than half price. Yes, it’s quartz and not an automatic, but with this pedigree on awards (including multiple awards given to this very watch) for aesthetics, we just don’t care. You get sapphire crystal, a quality black rubber strap, 30 meters of water resistance and a license to lord it over those with uglier watches. (Don’t like this chrono? Braun has put loads of its other watches up for BF deals, too.)

Seiko 5 Sports diver for £200 (£50 off)

We like Seiko’s 5 Sports range so much here at WIRED we put this very model, the SRPD73K2, in our pick of the best budget watches. It’s been down to £225 before, but this is the first time we have seen it at just £200, which we think is a very good buy indeed for a proper automatic, self-winding dive watch. Don’t like this classic Sports model with a 41-hour power reserve, silicone strap, and 100-meter water resistance? There are 27 iterations from which to choose.

Bulova Lunar Pilot Chronograph for £320 (£80 off)

Not only is this watch in our list of best watches under £500, it also has serious space pedigree. Bulova made off-world history in 1971 during the Apollo 15 mission when a chronograph, customised for lunar conditions by Bulova engineers, was worn on the moon. This faithful reissue now features Bulova's ultra-high-frequency 262kHz quartz movement alongside a curved sapphire crystal dial and black NATO-style strap. Now, it’s highly unlikely you’ll get to take this watch into space, but you do get water resistance to 50m. Feeling more digital? Inspired by Bulova’s first ever digital watch from the late 1970s, this Computron is also a reissue, and at £187 is £63 off.

PC & Gaming Deals

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Xbox Series S console with Controller Gear Charge for £269 (£20 off)

This must be one of the first deals on a Microsoft Xbox Series console. It has been hard enough getting one at the normal retail price until now. Mictosoft’s Cyber Monday Xbox Series S bundle includes the controller charge dock, at £20 off. You effectively get the official pad dock for the cost of a third-party knock-off. It’s not going to persuade you to buy an Xbox if you were on the fence, but if you were going to buy one anyway, it’s sound time to make the jump.

Gloomhaven for £90 (£50 off)

US buyers seem to have snagged the lion’s share of the best Cyber Monday board game deals, but we’ve hunted down a good discount for the revered Gloomhaven. You can get it for £86 from Zatu Games, a £50-plus discount on the usual price. It’s an epic co-op adventure for up to four players. And, for a hardcore game, it’s pretty approachable. Sessions last around two hours, but there are stacks of scenarios you’ll need to play to truly “complete” the game.

LEGO Mos Eisley Cantina for £256 (£64 off)

If you fancy a big ol’ Lego project this Christmas, John Lewis might have something for you via this exclusive partnership. Fans of the original Star Wars trilogy will recognise this iconic setting and you can rebuild its 3187 pieces one at a time. There’s also 21 minifigs here too, including Chewy, Obi-Wan and an R2-D2 Lego droid figure.

Logitech G432 Gaming Headset for £30 (£40 off)

The Logitech G432 gaming headset is a simple wired option, made all the more attractive by having more than 50% discounted of its price. Despite its low price, you still get solid 7.1 surround sound, 50mm audio drivers and a lightweight build.

Samsung Odyssey G7 27-in Curved Gaming Monitor for £429 (£121 off)

Listed in our best gaming monitors guide, the Odyssey G7 is more affordable and manageable than the enormous G9, but it has the same 1000R curve radius, which dials up the immersion when you’re gaming. The resolution is 2,560 x 1,440, so it doesn’t need a super-powerful PC to run at up to 240Hz. It’s a VA panel with solid image quality and a 1ms response time, but HDR is distinctly average.

Crucial MX500 1TB Internal SSD for £66 (£41 off)

Modern games are growing larger all the time, so extra storage is a must. Crucial is a trusted brand for solid-state storage, and this drive promises sequential read/write speeds up to 560/510mb/s and random reads/writes up to 95k/90k. If you need even more space, the Crucial MX500 2TB SSD is also on sale at £134 (£80 off).

Razer Huntsman V2 Analog Gaming Keyboard for £169 (£80 off)

We are fans of this mechanical keyboard because it offers virtually unrivaled customisation options. You can configure the actuation point on the excellent optical switches, deciding precisely how far you need to press to trigger a response, and you can set dual actuation points to add a second function to a key. There’s also per-key RGB LED lighting, a magnetic wrist rest, and a USB 3.0 port, but it’s noisy and probably overkill for most gamers.

AlphaSync Diamond Gaming Desktop PC for £1,150 (£250 off)

Building your own PC can be rather daunting and, if you aren’t ready to dive in, prebuilds like this are available—with this AlphaSync on sale for Cyber Monday. This mid-tier tower offers up an AMD Ryzen 7 3700X processor, 16GB RAM, 500GB SSD and 2TB HDD. The graphics card packing the punch is the GeForce RTX 3060Ti from Nvidia.

Razer DeathAdder V2 Gaming Mouse for £30 (£40 off)

If you prefer simplicity in a gaming mouse, the elegant design and relative affordability of the ever-popular DeathAdder V2 might tick your boxes. It offers up to 20,000 DPI, great accuracy, and serious speed. There are eight programmable buttons, storage for five profiles onboard, and a lightweight cord—but it is still wired, and the RGB lighting is minimal.

Logitech G502 Hero Gaming Mouse for £45 (£35 off)

This popular mouse is a top performer that goes all the way up to a 25,600 DPI level. That’s overkill for most people, suffice to say it’s extremely sensitive and accurate. In fact, the G502 is our best mid-range gaming mouse pick, with 11 buttons, customisable RGB lighting, onboard profile storage, and adjustable weights so you can get the precise feel you want. That said, the angular design won’t suit everyone, and some of the buttons are a little wobbly.

Logitech G413 Mechanical Keyboard for £70 (£30 off)

You don’t have to break the bank to get a good mechanical gaming keyboard, and the Logitech G413 proves it. Our pick for the best mid-range gaming keyboard, the G413 features light, fast, and reasonably quiet keys. It’s short on extras, so there’s no RGB lighting (just red backlights) and no media or macro keys.

Razer Naga Trinity Gaming Mouse for £49 (£51 off)

If you’re into button-heavy MMO and MOBA games, this gaming mouse is tailor-made for you. A clever magnetic side panel design lets you switch between two-, seven-, or 12-button setups that can be programmed as macros or hotkeys. Sensitivity goes up to 16,000 DPI, and this mouse feels accurate and durable, but it’s a big, squat design that won’t suit everyone.

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