They may not be as classy as an iPad, but Amazon’s own range of Fire HD tablets are not to be sniffed at. Affordable, fast and with access to all the top apps, they’re solid Android tablets that you can throw into a rucksack without worrying about doing damage to a $1000 piece of kit.
Case in point – the 10-inch full HD Fire HD tablet, down to just $74.99 from its usual price of $149.99. You could buy the whole family one at that price, and have change to spare compared to the cost of an Apple alternative.
Here’s a really tasty deal on some sporty headphones from Jabra. Unlike some sports-oriented buds, these ones actually sound really good too, so you don’t have to relegate them purely to gym sessions.
Over at Amazon you can save a whopping $80 on the Jabra Elite Active 75t. That brings the price down to a very tempting $99.99, much more affordable than the usual $179.99 asking price.
OK, maybe you need to work off those turkey pounds after all. But that doesn’t have to be a chore! The Ring Fit Adventure for Nintendo Switch turns your daily exercise routine into a madcap RPG game.
Right now, it’s just $74.99 at Amazon – which is surprising in that it’s in stock at all, as Ring Fit Adventure has proved so popular it’s usually sold out!
You’ll be crushing bosses and crunching those abs at the same time with its innovative resistance hoop peripheral. It’s fun – and a serious workout, too. Don’t be surprised if it leaves you absolutely whacked out!
You’ve just finished up your Thanksgiving turkey – can you really be bothered to get up and check who is ringing your doorbell? With this Ring Video Doorbell deal from Amazon, bringing the price down to $41.99 rather than the usual price of $59.99, you wouldn’t have to.
Instead, you could live out your lazy-ass dreams by checking in on the web-connected doorbell’s video feed on your phone, tablet or screen-connected Alexa device, be that an Amazon Fire TV Stick or an Echo Show.
Another Black Friday classic this one – there’s no point buying a PlayStation Plus subscription at any other point in the year, as this deal proves. Pick up 12 months of access to PlayStation’s online subscription service (which opens up online multiplayer and throws in a handful of free games per month) for just $39.99 from Amazon. That’s $20 cheaper than usual, and remember that you can stack purchases with these digital codes, letting you stock up for years at a discount price.
Get a bit chattier with your TV thanks to the Amazon Fire Stick 4K Max, a steal at just $34.99 at Amazon.
With the Alexa voice assistant built in, and a microphone built into the remote, this tiny streaming dongle adds services like Netflix, Disney Plus and HBO Max to your TV, as well as acting as a focal point of control for your smart home products like Wi-Fi connected lights, doorbells and plug sockets.
With Wi-Fi 6 support and a new processor, it’s a speedy, responsive dongle at a near pocket-money price.
Get creative with your iPad with the latest generation of the Apple Pencil. It’s rare to see Apple-branded gear get significant discounts, but a 23% saving here knocks $30 off the usual price, bringing the stylus down to $99 at Amazon.
Making sketches a doddle (or should that be doodle?), the new Apple Pencil is much improved over its predecessor, with a more reliable battery, and a handy magnetic charging system that keeps the pen safe and powered up.
Next up, a Black Friday classic – old faithful, the Roku Streaming Stick 4K. Smartening up otherwise-dumb televisions, its plugs into a HDMI port on your TV and gives you access to loads of streaming services, from Apple TV to Disney Plus, Netflix and more.
They’re always relatively affordable, but Amazon is slashing the price by 42% for Black Friday, bringing the latest 4K model down to an impulsive $29. Don’t be put off by that low price either – Roku sticks are fast, user friendly and worth every penny.
Let’s go for the first, most popular product that we’ve seen our readers buying – and surprisingly it’s the older Amazon Echo Dot, down to just $19.99 in the Black Friday sales as Amazon does That Thing It Does and makes any and all of its devices dirt cheap during the sales period.
This is by far the most-bought product we’ve seen, so if you’re looking for a super simple way to get your home smart-enabled, then this is the easy and simple way to do it.