This bank holiday our favourite tech companies are treating us with some show-stopping reductions, deals and bargains.
Whether you’re in the market for a new laptop, smart TV, fitness gear or kitchen gadgetry, you can save hundreds of pounds by buying now.
So be quick — deals like this won’t stick around for long!
Cambridge Audio Melomania 1+
Was £119.95/now £99.95
The British audio brand’s award-winning recipe has been fine-tuned to include slick app support, intuitive controls and excellent, upgraded audio performance.
Apple AirPods Pro
Was £249/now £185
Apple has upped the ante with its ‘Pro’ noise-cancelling in-ears, bringing exceptional sound and excellent battery life, all wrapped up in a workout-friendly design.
Bose 700 Noise Cancelling Headphones
Was £399.95/now £299
Bose’s brilliant on-ears laugh in the face of unwanted noise, with customisable noise-cancelling.
Comfy cups, easy-to-use touch controls, Alexa/Google Assistant support, dual pairing capabilities and 20 hours’ battery life complete the superb audio set-up.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 BT (41mm)
Was £399/now £279
Samsung may have welcomed the Galaxy Watch 4 but its predecessor makes for an attractive option. That’s down to its traditional design and health-focused features.
Huawei Watch Fit
Was £119.99/now £59.99
Expect improved GPS, animated fitness courses via the app and the ability to track 96 different activities, including swimming.
Unless you’re really into curling, it’s more than likely this fitness watch has you covered.
Garmin Vivoactive 4
Was £279.99/now £199.99
Garmin has crammed plenty of technology into its fitness tracker, including full GPS, and heart-rate and sleep monitoring, as well as Garmin Pay, mu sic storage and notifications.
Kenwood kMix Stand Mixer
Was £429/now £249
Fusing together simplicity, function and retro style with an impressive 1,000-watt power output, this kitchen companion is an essential tool for any baker to have in their arsenal.
SodaStream Spirit Hydration Pack
Was £132.96/now £79.99
Enjoy sparkling H2O and reduce single-use plastic with this carbonated contraption that can be mixed with soda flavours, so you can sip on your homemade lemonade.
Nespresso by Magimix Vertuo Plus Limited Edition
Was £149/now £129
This fuss-free pod-based machine conveniently spits out great-tasting coffee with five programmable cup sizes from espresso to alto, to give the capsule-loving crowd their daily caffeine fix.
Echelon Smart Connect EX3 Max Bike
Was £1,199/now £1,099
Want to get fit from home? Echelon continues to give its Peloton rival a run for its money with this good-looking exercise bike that makes going for a ride an immersive one, thanks to the variety of classes that are available through its app.
Was £549/now £449
Considered the gold-standard in percussive vibration-based therapy, these power drill-like devices are brilliant for relieving post-workout muscle tightness and stress, and even inducing better sleep.
Was £1,199/Now £999.98
When LG announced it would be outing a ‘cheap’ OLED, the tech scene let out a collective gasp.
While not as affordable as initially hoped, this 55in entry-level telly still promises premium quality 4K HDR pictures and impressive contrast levels, alongside Dolby Vision and Atmos.
Hisense 55A7GQTUK QLED (2021)
Was £749/now £549
If you like the idea of barking commands at your gogglebox via Alexa or Google Assistant, this 4K TV brings the upgraded goods.
Was £1,099/now £799
With access to multiple voice assistants and HDR10+ support for incredible picture detail, this good-looking gogglebox won’t let you down in the visuals department.
Asus Vivobook 14 L410
Was £249.99/Now £199.99
You’re staring at a super-affordable Windows 10 machine, complete with a useful mix of ports, decent battery life and a one-year Microsoft Office subscription.
It’s not made for serious multitasking but with a price tag this low, we can let that go.
Samsung Galaxy Book Flex2 5G
Was £1,649/now £1,429
This two-in-one laptop boasts 5G for on-the-go connectivity, stylus compatibility to prod and poke your screen with, and a 360-degree hinge that helps it to change form-factor.
Apple iPad Air 4 (Wi-Fi 256GB)
Was £729/now £649
The most popular glass-and-metal rectangle on the planet takes its 10.9in design cue from the squared-off, boxy and pricier iPad Pro.
It borrows a few features, such as second-gen Apple Pencil and Magic Keyboard support, and an almost all-screen front, delivering a mid-range option for those after Pro-level perks.
Huawei MatePad 10.4 64GB
Was £299.99/now £229.99
You may not find Google lurking around these parts but with a 2K display, Harman Kardon sound, App Gallery store and optional Huawei M-Pencil support, the MatePad is still a great slate.
MORE SPECIAL OFFERS
Simba Hybrid Mattress (double)
Was £879/now £571.35
The sleep brand’s bed-in-a-box promises cloud-like comfort with five layers of foam, hundreds of springs and other breathable materials, all designed to immediately upgrade your bedroom to sanctuary sleep status.
Shark Anti-Hair Wrap and True Pet Cordless Vacuum Cleaner
Was £429/now £279
Its name doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue but this dirt-muncher can handle anything from pet hair to your own tresses, and keeps it up for 50 minutes a charge.
G2 Hoverkart Off Road Hummer
Was £479/now £299.99
If a go-kart and a hoverboard had a love child, this would be it. With sports-style and a built-in Bluetooth speaker, it’s got big kids, as well as little ones, written all over it.
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