All the Great Early Black Friday Deals Available Right Now


    All the Great Early Black Friday Deals Available Right Now

    For now, the Dot’s only £2 off but, you can whack in a code (see the product page) to get another free too, so it isn’t half bad—reducing a product that’s already pretty cheap. This is the previous puck-shaped generation, still available if you’re not a fan of the new orbular design.

    Eufy 11S Slim robot vacuum for £120 (£70 off)

    Vacuuming is a hassle and robot vacuums can be prohibitively expensive—both these things are true. But, offshoot of battery pack maker Anker, Eufy, has introduced a strong range of cut-price and decent performing robo-options. This 11S Slim is one of its cheapest but still offers strong 1300Pa suction, keeps relatively quiet and is capable of battling both hard floors as well as medium-pile carpets. As the name lets you know, it’s also super slim—keeping it easy to stow away.

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

    Adding smart tech to your doorbell just seems like an obvious step in 2021. But, it’s fair enough if you can’t be chewed to get someone in to sort the installation. Solving this is Arlo, offering a wireless video doorbell that you can install yourself. This door cam offers 1080p video, 2-way audio, motion detection, night vision and a built-in siren.

    Shark Bagless Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner for £129 (£130 off)

    From robot vacuums to flashy hybrid handheld options, there’s almost too much choice for cleaning up your mess these days. For those who long for the likes of a good ol’ Henry hoover, there are cheap options like this Shark. Despite its low price and simple design, it still brings modern benefits like a bagless design and some pet hair-defeating attachments. And, unlike Henry, it isn’t an eyesore.

    Fitness and Grooming 

    Philips Beard Trimmer 5000 for £55 (£25 off)

    Beard trimmers often fall into one of two categories—plastic and cheap feeling or metal and overly weighty. Philips 5000 series beard trimmer gets the balance right, sitting in the middle of these two awkward ends of the spectrum. It’s a jack of all trades that’s accurate and, as opposed to some similarly priced rivals, doesn’t feel like you are wielding a toy in your hand.

    Hydrow Rower for £1,795 (£500 off)

    Looking to work out at home but a pricey treadmill doesn’t take your fancy? Hydrow switches up that formula in favour of a rowing machine. This current offer bags you £500 off the rower’s typical price, giving you cash in the bank to pay for the £38 per month membership that gives you access to 3,000 works to do at home. It doesn’t come cheap but might be for you if you plan on rowing until your heart’s content—or likely beating very fast.

    Oral-B Genius X for £110 (£22 off) 

    Oral-B seems to be trying to shift some of its electric toothbrushes with slightly more metallic, feminine colourways and packaging. Hence, the excellent Genius X – a great oscillating toothbrush which gives an exceptional clean – down to £110 in the early Black Friday sales on Amazon. It’s light in use and has a really practical app too (if you can be bothered). Looking at the budget end? Pick up a Oral-B Pro 3 3000 for £40. 

    Published at Tue, 16 Nov 2021 12:49:00 +0000

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