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The last official day of all the deals, my bank balance can’t take anymore so I am glad it is over.

Netgear Arlo Pro from £184.99

Not the cheapest wireless security camera on the market, but many would argue it is the best. The build quality and app make the Netgear Arlo system stand out from the rest of the competing brands such as Blink and Realink. This is for the Pro model too, which has some significant upgrades over the lower models including:

A rechargeable battery for it.

  • 100+ decibel siren that can be controlled remotely, or when motion or sound is detected.
  • Local storage – record to USB drives
  • A built-in mic and speaker enable push-to-talk capability, so you can listen in and talk back.

Arlo Pro comes with recurring 7-day free cloud recordings; live stream or view recorded video and audio for up to 7 days, free of charge

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Blue Microphones Yeti – £79.99

This is the cheapest the Blue Yeti has been by about £25 so an absolute bargain, making it £10 cheaper than the smaller Blue Yeti Nano. This is the gold standard of USB microphones and used by many professional gamers and streamers.

Blue yeti

Huawei Stainless Steel Classic Smartwatch £129.99

Well reviewed and one of the most attractive classical looking smartwatches on the market. For £130 it is a bargain too and would make a great Christmas present.

Garmin Index Smart Scale – £84.99

The Withings Scale is actually cheaper but if you already use Garmin products for your watch and bike computer it makes sense to have everything under one roof for easier fitness and health trackings.

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KitchenAid Mixer – £269

Not something I would normally cover on this site, but it is a scorcher of a deal. If you bake a lot at home then the KitchenAid mixer will last you a lifetime, they are built like tanks. I mainly use ours to make dough for pizza.

Lightwave RF – 15% off

Lightwave RF is a unique home automation company because they are UK focussed and as far as I am aware are the only company that does smart built-in power sockets. So no need for an adaptor, it is the actual plug socket that is controlled via the controller, this allows you to achieve a much cleaner look with your smart home system. Furthermore, this is complemented by them also having dimmer switches that will control your lights, rather than the lights themselves that are controlled. There are a couple of Z-Wave options that do this, but it is slim pickings. Again, having a built-in switch to control your lights creates a cleaner look, and if you use lots of drop lights it will be significantly cheaper.

Sony PlayStation 4 Pro and Gran Turismo Sport £309.95 @ John Lewis & Partners

I think this is the cheapest PS4 Pro deal during the sales, it is not ideal, but it appears this is the best we are going to get. At least it is via John Lewis, so not only do you get a decent price but an amazing warranty and customer service too.

ACER Nitro 5 15.6″ AMD Ryzen 5 RX 560X Gaming Laptop – 1 TB HDD & 128 GB SSD – £599.99

If you are looking for a budget gaming laptop this is one of the cheapest options on the market, I have been reviewing it recently and it is a great machine that is more than capable of playing popular online FPS games and battle royal games like Fortnite. It should be able to play most AAA title at medium settings too.


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