Why brave crowds and weather when you can shop in warmth and comfort from your cozy couch or bed? But with every retailer promising the best Cyber Monday discounts, it can be tricky to work out what deals to snag and when to pass. Luckily, we have done some of the hard work for you. Our WIRED experts try countless gadgets and gizmos across many product categories each week, and we have developed smart shopping tips and tricks to help us weed out bum deals and focus on real discounts. We can say with confidence that these are the absolute best Cyber Monday 2021 deals.
Keep this page bookmarked. You will find regular updates as products go out of stock, prices change, and as we uncover more deals worth grabbing.
Updated Monday, November 29: We updated pricing and retailers, removed the Sonix Magsafe, Dell XPS 13, Shure MV7, and re-added the RevAir Sleigh the Day deal, which came back.
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Phone and Gadget Deals
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This is WIRED's top Android smartphone pick for most people (9/10, WIRED Recommends). This Pixel has one of the best cameras you'll find for the price, great performance, a large OLED screen, and nearly two-day battery life. You'll get three years of software support, which is on the rare side for phones that cost this much. It has a headphone jack too!
The OnePlus 9 Pro was way too expensive when we first reviewed it (8/10, WIRED Recommends), but this price is much more reasonable. The cameras are much better than predecessors, though still not as capable as Pixels or iPhones. It's really speedy, has a fantastic screen, and can recharge really fast too. If you want to save even more, the standard OnePlus 9 is also on sale for $589 ($141 off).
Totallee makes some of the thinnest phone cases around. If you hate wrapping your shiny new phone in a bulky case, but you still want some protection, these cases are a good solution. They won't protect your device from big drops; just everyday scuffs and scratches. The code will get you 50 percent off of anything, even Totallee's wireless charger.
The Galaxy Z Flip3 is the first folding smartphone we feel comfortable recommending (7/10, WIRED Recommends) in our Best Android Phones guide. The third iteration is polished, with solid cameras, good performance, and optimized software. If you hate how big phones are getting, then you'll like the Flip3: The screen folds in half like a clamshell laptop. It'll fit in pretty much any pocket! This deal adds Samsung's new Galaxy Buds2 for free (we like them).
This is our favorite wireless charging pad. The leather top is elegant, and the whole thing is quite hefty so it doesn't slide around. There are magnets embedded in this charger, so if you have a MagSafe device, like an iPhone 12, iPhone 13, or MagSafe AirPods, then those devices will magnetically align and won't shift out of place easily. It means you won't wake up to find that it hasn't charged your devices, which can sometimes happen with the smallest misalignment on most wireless chargers. It'll work the normal way for any other device. Nomad has a broad 30 percent off Black Friday sale, and we like its cases, covers, cables, and charging adapters.
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With some solid and stylish accessories for smartphones, tablets, and computers, Satechi has entries in our Best iPad Accessories and our Best Wireless Chargers roundup. You can claim 20 percent off orders up to $75 with code BFCM20, 25 percent off orders up to $150 with code BFCM25, and 30 percent off orders over $150 with code BFCM30. Don't know where to start? We love its iPad stand and this 108-watt three-port wall charger.
The Apple Watch SE is the best Apple Watch for most people (8/10, WIRED Recommends). It lacks some of the health features available on the flagship model, like the electrocardiogram or blood oxygen measurements (there's no always-on screen either). But if you don't need those things, many of the best Apple Watch functions are still present, and this deal makes it a no-brainer if you have an iPhone.
This isn't the lowest price we've ever seen on the Series 6 (8/10, WIRED Recommends), but it's still a good deal. This is the 2020 model of Apple's popular smartwatch line. The new Series 7 doesn't add much new, which makes this Series 6 an excellent option for the money. You get all the top-of-the-line health features, including the electrocardiogram, SpO2 measurements, and an always-on display.
Got a Samsung phone? If you want a smartwatch to pair with it, your best bet is the new Galaxy Watch4 (7,10 WIRED Recommends). It has an electrocardiogram, blood oxygen measurements, and auto-workout detection. Plus, because it now runs Google's Wear OS, there's a slightly better app selection, including Google Maps for turn-by-turn directions on your wrist. The 44-mm model has better battery life, and it's also on sale for $229 ($51 off). If you want a mechanical rotating bezel and a stronger build (stainless steel instead of aluminum), then go for the Watch4 Classic for $300 ($50 off).
Smartwatches can look too high-tech. If that's not your jam, you might like the Skagen Hybrid HR Jorn, which is in our Best Smartwatches guide. The E Ink display shows your heart rate, step count, and the weather. You can use the buttons to control music playback or see a different time zone, and in the app, you can choose which apps to get notifications from. It lasts a whole week on a single charge.
This is the lowest price we've ever seen on a Kindle. Sure, it's not the new Paperwhite, but this ebook reader has most of the features you want. That includes a 6-inch E Ink screen with a front light so you can read in the dark. It can also stream Audible audiobooks via Bluetooth. We recommend choosing the model with no ads, which costs $70 ($40 off).
The Fire HD 10 (7/10, WIRED Recommends) is the best cheap tablet for most people. Its performance isn't frustratingly slow, and while it doesn't have the Google Play Store, Amazon has a fair amount of useful apps that make it a great machine for catching up on shows and movies, or even cranking out some light work.
We're currently testing it, but Samsung's Galaxy Tab S7 FE is a solid tablet for its price, especially if you don't want an iPad. It packs a 12.4-inch display, 128 GB of storage, and comes equipped with an S Pen. It's an ideal option for anyone looking to stick with Android.
Tired of handing your smartphone to your kid? Get them the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition. It comes with a two-year worry-free guarantee, so even if your kid breaks it, Amazon will replace the tablet in its entirety. You also get a rugged case for extra protection and a year of Amazon Kids+ for free ($3 per month afterward). This service nets you access to kid-friendly movies, shows, books, games, and apps.
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This deal gets you free $15 in Amazon store credit if you purchase a $100 or more Apple gift card. If you were planning on gifting an Apple gift card to a loved one, this is a no-brainer to score $15 off your next Amazon purchase.
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Stock fluctuates for this Pixel, so make sure to grab it as soon as you see it before it disappears again (or check back later). The latest Google Pixel (9/10, WIRED Recommends) has all the bells and whistles you could want for a tantalizing price that undercuts other flagship smartphones. That includes wireless charging, robust 5G support, cameras that compete with (and sometimes exceed) the iPhone 13 Pro, and plenty of smart software features you won't find anywhere else.
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This wireless charger from Sonix is on our roundup of best iPhone 13 accessories for its 6.5-foot cable (which is double the length of Apple's MagSafe Charger cord) and its array of fun color options. However, at 10 watts, it charges a bit slower than the official MagSafe Charger and it doesn't work with the iPhone 13 Pro.
We've rounded up more headphone and speaker deals here. Read our many buying guides, including the Best Wireless Headphones, Best Cheap Headphones, Best Noise-Canceling Headphones, and Best Wirefree Earbuds, for more.
This is our favorite pair of wireless earbuds for most people (9/10, WIRED Recommends). You get super-quick pairing if you have an Android phone (and it works just fine with iPhones too), the sound is pretty great, and the silicone ear tips keep ’em comfy in your ears. It’s a shame the case doesn't support wireless charging.
These are some of the most rugged buds you can wear for those intense workout sessions. They can be submerged in up to 1.5 meters of water, and the ear fins help keep them secure in your ears. There's a textured button on the buds that's easy to press and a noise-canceling mode to keep out loud noises. Alternatively, you can let ambient sounds seep in so you stay alert.
Paying more than $400 for headphones is a luxury. These discounted Sony headphones (9/10, WIRED Recommends) aren't exactly cheap either, but they're our favorite wireless cans for most people, because they're well priced for what you get. There's excellent sound quality, great noise canceling, 30 hours of battery life, and solid mics for Zoom calls.
These are the best-sounding headphones (8/10, WIRED Recommends). The price has been fluctuating over the weekend but has gone down as low as $429. They're still spendy, but if you're chasing after the best quality in a wireless package, this is it. There's rich bass, a large soundstage, and stellar noise cancellation. The controls are excellent, but it's a shame the included carrying case isn't very useful.
Trying to keep your budget low? Stick with these Jabra cans. They don't have a ton of features, but they're comfy, have good mics, and get a staggering 50 hours of playback on a single charge. You'll hardly ever need to reach for the charger.
The Powerbeats Pro (8/10, WIRED Recommends) are the best workout option for people who have trouble keeping earbuds in their ears. They sound pretty decent and work super well with iOS devices since Beats is owned by Apple.
These earbuds from lesser-known audio brand 1More are some of our favorites. They're extremely comfortable and IPX5 sweat-resistant, and they sound as good as buds two or three times the price.
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After a year of sitting in various positions on this velvet chair, it manages to look just as good as new. I love the roomy and flat armrests—a good spot to park a cup of coffee—and the deep seat almost feels like the chair is asking you to curl up into a ball. It doesn't attract pet hair too much, and the ash wood legs are as sturdy and supportive as a tree. There are a number of customization options, though the more you tweak, the higher the price will climb.
This attractive and luxurious sofa is also extremely comfortable—WIRED writer Scott Gilbertson says it's the most comfortable couch he's ever sat on. The purchasing process is just as elegant as the design. You can customize and tweak the sofa to your liking and even order a full book of fabric swatches to make sure you get exactly what you want.
If you can stomach the discounted price, and you've been wanting a sectional, then consider this one from Lovesac. You can customize the overall shape to fit your living space, and you can expand it down the road if you end up in a place with more room. It's comfy and sturdy; just know that, depending on how you configure it, it'll arrive in multiple big boxes.
Home and Kitchen Deals
Looking for more kitchen deals? We have a roundup for you. Our smart home and furniture Cyber Monday deals roundup might also be of service.
This blender is so good it just might convert you into a blender person, just like it converted WIRED Gear reviewers Joe Ray and Scott Gilbertson. The motor on this blender is powerful, and the machine will likely last you a very long time. This is the best price we've seen this year.
ThermoWorks' Thermapen One is expensive for a thermometer, but it's worth it. It's easy to use, reliable, and durable enough to last you for years (and then some). As the name suggests, you'll instantly get a temperature reading (about 1 second), and it's accurate to ±0.5 degrees Fahrenheit. Since ThermoWorks doesn't sell its products on Amazon, we suggest buying directly from its site to avoid purchasing a knock-off.
Fresh beans are arguably the most important factor in brewing a better cup of coffee. If you usually down a cup of joe (or two) every morning, then a subscription for a fresh bag of beans every month is a good idea. We love Atlas Coffee Club, as it offers single-origin beans from all over the world, roasted in Austin, Texas, right before they land on your doorstep. The bags come in a fun design, and you get a postcard and notes about the country of origin with the beans. New subscribers can take $15 off the first bag (which essentially means it's free), but anyone can take up to $55 off gift subscriptions.
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Pet lover? Grounds and Hounds donates 20 percent of its profits to animal shelters. It helps that it has some excellent beans too, especially the dark roasts. You can purchase subscriptions for deliveries every one, two, four, or eight weeks.
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KitchenAid stand mixers have a reputation for lasting a long time. This 5-quart version can do a lot for your bakes, and you can buy dozens of other attachments to make it more multi-purpose, like a pasta roller attachment for fresh noodles.
This is our favorite concentrated cleaning kit. It cleans well and the glass bottles are hefty with silicone bottoms to keep them in place. Plus they smell amazing.
This deal gets you $27.50 off the first four boxes (a total of $110 off) with our favorite meal kit for most people. We found the flavor and quality of each dish to be excellent, and the recipe cards are large and easy to follow. The service caters to lots of dietary lifestyles, it's not too expensive, and the weekly menus have plenty of choices.
Finally have enough backyard space to throw a pizza party? A pizza oven is in order. Ooni makes some of our favorites. We've tested the Ooni Karu 16 (9/10, WIRED Recommends), but this version is a better deal. You can use either wood or charcoal, but there's the option to switch to gas. These ovens are easy to use, they get hot really quick, and they're easy to clean.
This is our favorite meal kit for solo snackers, and right now if you buy a 9, 14, or 24-item box, you'll get the second box free. There's minimal prep needed and the foods are easily to supplement with your own add-ins.
This is our favorite electric toothbrush (9/10, WIRED Recommends). It's slim and light, and it has a companion app that offers insights about your brushing habits (like showing you the spots you tend to miss). You can also collect smile points every time you brush, which nets you a few dollars off replacement brush heads. The charger doubles as a base.
Get a new house plant shipped to your door every month. Horti's subscription service offers a gentle intro to indoor gardening starting you out with hardy plants that are easy to care for. As you master those you'll get more exotic species, along with instructions on care for them.
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Reviews editor Julian Chokkatu has a few pairs of JINS glasses and says they hold up significantly better than Warby Parker frames. There's a seriously wide variety of frames too.
Fitness and Outdoor Deals
Stop paying $20 for a crappy umbrella from the nearby bodega whenever you're caught in a sudden thunderstorm. Those always break after a month. Instead, pay a little more for an umbrella like this one from Blunt, which is our top pick in our Best Umbrellas guide. The ends are … blunt, as the name suggests, so you don't poke anyone's eye out. The fiberglass ribs hold up really well against high winds, and the 41-inch diameter covers my 6'4" frame well. Blunt has other models available, and everything is currently 25 percent off.
Here's another one of our favorite umbrellas. It's fully automatic, so it can open and close with the push of a button. That's super handy when your hands are busy juggling the groceries, a cellphone, and a cup of coffee. The Teflon fabric is durable, it's compact, and there's a little zipper pouch to store a Bluetooth tracker (not included) so you never leave it behind. Weatherman has a 20 percent off sale site-wide, so check out its other umbrellas.
BioLite's FirePit+ is one of our favorite portable grills for a variety of reasons—one of them being that it's capable of charging your devices. Other features include a Bluetooth-compatible app that allows you to control airflow (and therefore, cooking temperature) and a large battery that can run the built-in fan for up to 30 hours on low. And while the FirePit+ is big enough to cook for four, it's worth pointing out that it's long and narrow. WIRED senior writer Scott Gilbertson says you're better off using it for grilling food like kabobs rather than a whole chicken.
We've yet to update our Best Fitness Trackers guide, but the Charge 5 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is our current top pick for most people, especially at this price. The responsive AMOLED touchscreen is bright and easy to view, you get plenty of sensors to measure SpO2 and even electrocardiograms, and there's onboard GPS so you can map out your runs. Did I mention it lasts for days between charges?
Fjallraven's Singi Parka rarely goes on sale. This down jacket is warm, water-resistant, and durable. It's available in styles for both men and women as well as a fewifferent color options including black and navy.
This is WIRED editor Adrienne So's favorite sports watch (8/10, WIRED Recommends). It can track your blood oxygen levels, even as you sleep, and Garmin's Body Battery function tells you how ready you are to tackle the day (with suggestions on what you can improve to raise the score). As the name suggests, it can recharge with the power of the sun, like Superman, though don't expect to fully recharge it within a few hours.
Garmin's Venu Sq (8/10, WIRED Recommends) has an awkward name, but it's our pick as the best fitness smartwatch for most people. There's Garmin Pay, which will work anywhere contactless payments are accepted, and you can get alerts for texts, calls, and emails. (If you have an Android phone, you can respond to texts.) As for fitness features, there's a robust selection, from Sp02 and sleep tracking to built-in GPS. It lasts five to seven days on a charge.
We've tested the larger Solo Stove Yukon, and we ended up saying that most people looking for a fire pit in their backyard should go with smaller versions like the Bonfire. These smokeless fire pits burn wood quickly, they're nearly indestructible, and they are easy to light. They're easy to move around too, so you can pop 'em in the back of a truck to take camping.
Need to start monitoring your blood pressure regularly? Of the monitors we tested, we like the Withings BPM Connect (9/10, WIRED Recommends) the most. It's very simple to use: Wrap the cuff around your upper arm, hit the button, and the LED display shows the status of the device. Press the button again and it'll start taking a reading by pumping air into the cuff. You'll get a reading in 30 seconds on the display, but the data is also sent to the accompanying Withings HealthMate app.
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These earplugs aren't exactly designed to block out sound. Instead, you can use them at concerts or festivals to protect your hearing and just focus on the music. WIRED reviewer Louryn Strampe says after buying a pair she has yet to attend a show without them. They're comfortable, come with a metal carrying case, and most importantly, they don't muffle the sound like foam earplugs.
Smart Home Deals
This is our runner-up pick in our Best Robot Vacuums guide, and it's an exceptional value at this price. It can map your household over time, so it won't keep bumping into things, and its 180-minute run time means it can clean large homes on a single charge (though the bin might be full by then).
If you have a pet, you might want to spend the extra on the Roborock S6 MaxV. Its two stereoscopic cameras on the front can identify obstacles, like power strips or dog poop, so you don't have to worry about your dog's business getting dragged all over your home. Its suction power is also nearly twice as powerful as a standard hand vac.
Cheap robot vacs like this one from Yeedi use bounce navigation to move around your home, so they're not as efficient, but if it means a cleaner home without you needing to do anything, that's a win, right? The battery lasts a while, and there's Google Assistant and Alexa support.
The brand-new Facebook Portal Go (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is a smart display that's portable, so you can tote it around the house like a tablet. If your family uses Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, or Zoom to communicate, you can use any of those services on the Go, plus there are several supported music streaming services, so it doubles as a speaker. The camera can follow you around to make sure you're always in frame during calls, and Alexa is built in, so it can replace your existing Echo device (or supplement it). The older but still great Facebook Portal is also on sale for $79 ($100 off) if you don't need the portability.
The Nest Mini, discounted to $25, is all you need if you're entering the smart-home world for the first time, but the Nest Audio (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is what you want to upgrade to if you're chasing better music quality. Pair two and you'll get a pretty great stereo system. They can double as Bluetooth speakers, or just ask Google Assistant to play music through your favorite music streaming service. Assistant can also control your smart-home devices, and it will try to answer anything you ask it, from weather updates to whether onions are toxic for dogs (they are).
The newest Amazon Echo (8/10, WIRED Recommends) delivers more robust sound in all directions thanks to its 360-degree shape. There's also a 3.5-mm output so you can connect it to any existing speaker systems. Talk to Alexa to control your smart gadgets, set timers, and get news alerts. There's a lot this little sphere can do.
The speakers aren't as good on this model as on the Echo above, but what makes this model special is the parental controls; you can set time limits, filter explicit content, and review activity. You get a year of Amazon Kids+, which includes Audible books and games (it's $3 per month afterward).
Smart displays show the time, double as picture frames, and give you a fixed touchscreen to control your smart home devices. We like Google's newest Nest Hub, which is powered by Google Assistant. The speakers and mics are solid, and it's great for the kitchen or bedside table (there's no camera). It can even track your sleep, though the feature was a bit wonky when we tested it.
We haven't tested this exact Wyze Cam model, but we have used its predecessor (it's in our Best Indoor Security Cameras guide). This bundle pairs it with the second-gen Nest Hub for a tantalizingly low price. You can view the video feed from the Nest Hub by asking Google Assistant to pull it up.
In our Best Outdoor Security Cameras guide, this is our favorite. You get crystal-clear footage during the day and at night, thanks to a 2K resolution and support for HDR. There's a built-in siren and two-way audio, so you can talk to people through the camera. We needed to recharge it after less than three months of use. This deal is on the 3-pack.
If your household is equipped with Google Assistant-powered smart devices, then you might want to give Google's new Nest Cam a shot. It works indoors, with clear 1080p video and two-way audio. There's HDR and night vision support too, plus motion notifications for people, cars, and pets. The battery version is also on sale for $150 ($30 off), and it needs a recharge after around a month. For more, see our Best Outdoor Security Cameras guide.
One of the nice things about Eufy's security cameras is that they don't require a subscription and you can record video locally on a HomeBase hub. The EufyCam 2 Pro made our Best Outdoor Security Cameras guide for that reason, but also because the two included cameras produce crisp and clear footage at up to 2K resolution and boast an extremely long battery life. On the downside, there's no HDR, it can be slow to access the video online, and the activity zones are limited.
Pet Accessory Deals
We've rounded up more pet gear and accessory deals here.
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This carrier complies with the sizing requirements of most major airlines, and I really like it. The handle can double as a leash, there's a pocket on the side for storing treats, and you can keep your dog hooked to the bag. The mesh makes it breathable, plus a sturdy (and plush) base means your pup can take a nap in the air or on a train. I also regularly use Roverlund's new pet tote, which is perfect for subway rides in New York City, where dogs are required to be in a bag.
This is an expensive litter box, but a deal on it is rare. We tested and wrote about it in our guide to the Best Cat Toys and Supplies. It has detachable sides and comes with a place to hold the included scoop and dustpan.
Two WIRED reviewers have tested and love this DNA test for cats. It's a fast turnaround, and you can get a ton of health and breed information about your little kitty. This isn't the lowest price we've ever seen (it dropped to $69 in 2019), but this is still a pretty great deal.
Barkbox offers a customized box of toys and treats for your dog delivered to your door every month. For new members, the company is offering double everything—toys, treats, and chews—if you subscribe to a six or 12-month plan. BarkBox is in our guide to the Best Dog Tech and Accessories, and for good reason. The toys are high quality, as are the treats, though you might quickly feel overwhelmed at the number of treats that pile up. It's a lot.
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No one wants the horrible shock of finding out that their beloved friend is sick. A DNA test can help you figure out what to expect in the future, and it gives you cool breed info too. Embark is the most expensive dog test we tried, but it's jam-packed with information. You can even find your dog's relatives.
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We tried the older Fi collar and loved it. It uses your home's Wi-Fi, cellular, and GPS networks to keep track of your dog if they got lost and track their fitness. There's a light included on the collar for walking at night, and the brand says the battery should last three months.
These aren't the only mattresses on sale. We've rounded up more of our favorite mattresses here. For more details, read our Best Mattresses buying guide. We link to the queen-size mattress for most of these, but other sizes are on sale.
Of the dozens of mattresses we've tested, this is our favorite. It's the only one that put WIRED reviews director Jeffrey Van Camp to sleep in a bright room full of other folks testing mattresses. It has a medium-firm feel that is comfy for several sleeping positions, and the hybrid design offers better support for your back. This deal includes two free pillows.
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This affordable mattress feels more expensive than it is, with gel-infused memory foam to keep your body cool and individually wrapped coils for great edge support. The high-density foam gives it a medium-firm supportive feel. You usually shouldn't skimp on a product you will use every day, but if your budget is tight, then this is one of the best bangs for your buck.
Casper's hybrid was the palate cleanser for WIRED's resident mattress tester, Jeffrey Van Camp. It has a nice balance between soft and supportive, it's breathable, and it's moderately priced—even more so on sale. This model is slightly different from the one we tested, but reviews around the web say it's very similar.
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This mattress is environmentally friendly. It is made of organic latex, organic wool, and organic cotton (in California), with no polyurethane, fire retardants, memory foam, or chemical adhesives. The company is also a certified B Corporation, meaning it purchases enough offsets that it can say it's a carbon-negative business. The cherry on top is that it's a pretty darn great mattress too. It has a nice balance of soft and firm, and after a year of use, there isn't any sagging at all.
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Here's another mattress made of organic cotton, wool, and latex. What makes it special is the two-sided option, which means both sides are upholstered the same way, so you can flip the mattress every few months to extend its life. That's especially handy when kids are constantly jumping around on 'em before bedtime.
The Leesa is another of our favorite mattresses. Its cover is silky smooth and comfortable, and lying on it creates a pressure-relieving feeling as though the mattress is hugging your body. There's great edge support thanks to the individually wrapped springs. This thing will drift you into bliss in no time. The deal includes two pillows.
TV and Entertainment Deals
It's hit this price before, but this is an excellent deal and one of the most affordable ways to get an OLED TV into your home (9/10, WIRED Recommends). The benefit of OLED is that each pixel lights up individually, so when you see black, the pixels are turning off and aren't illuminated by some other backlight; this produces stunningly dark blacks for excellent contrast. If you have the new Xbox or PlayStation, you can enjoy games in 4K with 120 frames per second.
This one's a little more expensive, but you're getting one of the best viewing experiences that money can buy. It has Google TV installed, so you don't need another streaming device to watch content, and you can talk to Google Assistant to control it or ask other queries. It also supports AirPlay 2, so you can easily share media from your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
If you have a gaming PC with an Nvidia graphics card, you can hook it up to the fantastic LG C1 OLED (8/10, WIRED Recommends) and get G-Sync support for ultra-smooth 120-Hz gameplay. That experience also translates if you hook up an Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5. The OLED quality is stunning, and the centered stand makes it easy to place on most TV stands.
Most TVs are giant blank, boring screens that do nothing until you turn them on. The Frame is the complete opposite. It doubles as an art piece, adding a white trim and rotating famous artworks (you can choose genres) so your TV isn't just a black void in your living room. The paper-like screen really does make art look like, well, art on canvas. The deal applies to various screen sizes.
This offer is valid for new and returning subscribers—anyone who hasn't subscribed in the past month. This basic tier is ad-supported, 4K content is limited, and Live TV is an expensive addition, but it's hard to argue with $1 month. Note that you must pay extra if you want to simultaneously stream on more than two devices. See our guide to streaming services for more details.
This Roku differs from the 4K Plus version by not including hands-free voice control, so if you don't care about that, you can save some money and still get the best Roku for most people. It plugs into your TV's HDMI port, and another cable plugs into a USB port for power. You can then access tons of streaming services for easy binging.
This smart soundbar comes with Amazon's Alexa built in, so you can ask the voice assistant questions and control your smart home equipment. But more importantly, the soundbar and subwoofer combo delivers great sound. Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Spotify Connect support mean it's easy to stream your favorite tunes when you're not watching Squid Game.
Nearly every built-in TV speaker sucks. That's why a soundbar is a quick and easy upgrade, and at this price, this Vizio is arguably the best and most affordable investment you can make in improving your home theater's audio. You get dedicated wireless surround speakers and a wireless subwoofer.
Samsung's QN90A (8/10, WIRED Recommends) doesn't have OLED but uses Mini LED backlighting, just like Apple's newest iPad Pro and MacBook Pro. It produces similar levels of contrast, but it can get brighter (a problem with OLED TVs). If your TV is in a room that gets very bright, then this is a great option that also has features like a 120-Hz refresh rate and AMD FreeSync. The price was $100 less this past Black Friday.
Laptop and Home Office Deals
We are big fans of this lightweight laptop (9/10, WIRED Recommends), which has stellar battery life and a compact form. You will find Apple’s powerful M1 chip inside, along with 8 GB of RAM, and a 256 GB SSD. This MacBook has a 13-inch screen, nice speakers, and a good microphone, but the webcam could be better.
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Want the size and weight of the MacBook Air but prefer the keyboard and Windows-based features of a ThinkPad? Then the X1 Nano is the laptop to buy. It's thin and light (just shy of 2 pounds), but it has the ThinkPad pedigree—a great keyboard, the red nub, and buttons at the top of the trackpad. This model features an 11th-generation Intel Core i5, 8 gigabytes of RAM, and a 256-gigabyte SSD. It won't ship for two months.
This Acer Windows laptop is in our Best Laptops guide. The Core i7 model offers great performance, a battery that lasts a full workday, and you can even play Fortnite on it! That's not all, the Swift 5 packs several ports, like USB-C, USB-A, HDMI, and a headphone jack. It's truly a jack-of-all-trades.
An excellent all-around machine, Microsoft's Surface Laptop 4 (7/10, WIRED Recommends) has class-leading battery life for a 15-inch laptop. It runs fast and cool, and we like the large 3:2-ratio screen. We also appreciate the retention of the USB-A and headphone ports, but there's no Thunderbolt and the keyboard isn't satisfying to type on.
The Fully Jarvis is our favorite standing desk. You can smoothly adjust the height, and four height presets mean other folks in the home can quickly move it to their preferred height. The eco-friendly bamboo top is the cherry on top, but there are a ton of customizations you can make to personalize it further.
This is one of the most affordable (and great) standing desks around. You get height presets, an environmentally friendly chipboard top, and a motor that moves it up and down pretty smoothly and quietly. It's hard to ask for much more at this price.
If your room runs very hot (and you can't control the temperature much), then grab the X-Chair X2. It has a mesh seat and backrest that keep you very cool. It's really comfortable, and you can add attachments like a headrest or a wider seat. You can read more about it in our Best Office Chairs guide.
This 1080p webcam might need some fine-tuning to get the picture just right using Razer's Synapse software, but the image quality is crystal clear. It's in our Best Webcams guide, and this is the lowest price we've ever seen on it.
Need the speediest transfer speeds? Of the portable solid-state drives we tested, this one was the fastest. The metal enclosure means it's very durable, and you get a whole terabyte of storage to house your movies, photos, games, and—well, just about anything.
If you want a mount for your iPad, try this one that we like. It's easy to mount and dismount, and should be able to be used around your house too.
This is the lowest price we've ever tracked on this high-end USB microphone. We recommend it in our guide to the Best Podcasting Gear, and it's among the best ways to upgrade your microphone whether you're actually recording that podcast about salads or connecting with friends on Discord.
Dell's XPS 13 is one of the best 13-inch laptops on the market. It's lightweight, small, and plenty powerful. This is the base model, with an 11th-generation Intel Core i5 chip, 8 gigabytes of RAM, and a 256-GB SSD. That's plenty of power for most tasks, and it ships with Windows 11 Home. The only slight downside is the screen: This model has a 1080p (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) resolution, which is nice and bright, but not quite as nice as the OLED and 4K XPS laptops (which are not on sale).
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This deal on our pick for the best wireless mouse has been going since earlier this month, but it's still a bargain. Designed for professional esports play, it's quick and responsive, and the buttons are nice and clicky. It's a perfect fit for a wide range of hand sizes, and it isn't cluttered with extra buttons.
The Roccat Kone Pro Air is one of our favorite gaming mice, not only because it has outlandish, semi-transparent LED buttons, but because of its deeply satisfying click. If you're the kind of person to get an emotional high from clicky mechanical keyboards, then this mouse pairs well with your sensory palate. This is the lowest we've seen it.
I've been using this simple mouse for nearly two years, and it's still as good as new. It feels wonderful in the hand (though it's not as ideal for folks with large palms), the wireless connection is flawless, and the battery lasts for months before you need to swap out the single AA battery. Check out our Best Gaming Mice guide for more.
It's hard to spend time on Twitch without coming across a streamer using this HyperX microphone. On top of delivering incredible audio quality for a USB microphone, it also includes prominent LEDs, which look so catchy on camera. Even if you don't plan to turn your gaming habit into a production, it's a good microphone for a great price.
This is the cheapest price we've seen on what we consider the best small gaming keyboard. It's a 60 percent keyboard, which means it has 60 percent of the keys normally found on a regular-sized keyboard. The Numpad and arrow keys are chopped off, and you're left with the bare essentials. The Razer Huntsman Mini is my favorite of this size for gaming. It feels every bit as responsive and quick as a full-sized keyboard, but it takes up a lot less desk space.
If you're confused about all the different gaming subscriptions needed to get the most out of your PlayStation or Xbox, we break down all the differences here. PS Plus lets you play multiplayer games online, but you also get a few free games per month, and you can keep them as long as you're a subscriber. If you have a PS5, the PS Plus Collection gives you 20 of the best PS4 games so you can play catch-up.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is one of the best deals in gaming right now. If you have an Xbox or PC, you get access to hundreds of games you can download and install, along with games from the EA Play library. You also get the ability to play online multiplayer, and Microsoft's new game streaming service, xCloud, so you can play some games on your tablet or smartphone (the service is in beta). Some titles rotate in and out, and most of Microsoft's first-party Xbox Game Studios titles appear as soon as they launch, like Halo Infinite. If you have a PC, the standard Game Pass three-month membership is $15 ($15 off).
The Oculus Quest 2 (9/10, WIRED Recommends) is the best VR headset for most people. It's super simple to use, you get a higher resolution than on its predecessor, and the library of games and apps you can access keeps increasing (Beat Saber remains a favorite). This isn't a deal, but you can use the free Target gift card on anything at the retailer.
We have yet to try this router, but it has good reviews around the web, and the purported speeds will be a serious boon for any gamer who loves fast-paced multiplayer games. There's support for the latest Wi-Fi 6 standard too, and you can access many of the router's settings through Netgear's Android or iOS app.
When time becomes a loop, things can get messy. This exhilarating and original stealth shooter challenges you to end the lives of eight targets, but they are not going to make it easy for you. Beautifully crafted, with a psychedelic look you won't soon forget, this one demands to be played.
Never got a chance to play this iconic sci-fi game? Now's your chance to score the entire trilogy for the cheap in full remastered and 4K glory. That includes Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, and Mass Effect 3.
This brand new single-player game is a surprise hit, and this price makes it a steal. (Seriously, it just came out.) It captures the fun and chaotic dynamic of Marvel's space-based heroes, with great voice acting. The story is captivating, though not particularly unique, and the gameplay is fresh and challenging.
This is one of our favorite co-op games where two people play as May and Cody, a divorcing couple who must race to find their daughter after being transformed into dolls. It's full of inventive puzzles, and we loved playing it. This is the best price we've seen so far.
This is the best price we've seen for this game from Supergiant Games. If you're a fan of ancient Greek mythology and roguelikes, well, you've probably already heard of Hades. You can pop into the game for quick runs, learn new abilities bestowed by the gods, and enjoy the fun dialogue. This hellscape is filled with action-packed fun.
We haven't tried this ourselves, but it's popular for streamlining productivity and it's the cheapest it's been in a long time. It has 15 programmable LCD keys that can be customized to launch certain apps, run scripts, or integrate directly with the apps you're using.
The Backbone iPhone controller (8/10, WIRED Recommends) impressed us as an inexpensive way to turn your iPhone into a portable console. This deal comes with a 3-month trial of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which lets you stream a library of games from the cloud. If you have an iPhone 13, you'll need a Lightning to USB-C adapter to use this.
When it's time to take a break from screens, the best family board games can provide a fun alternative, and this is one of our favorites. It challenges you to claim train routes across North America. It's easy to pick up but has some satisfying strategic depth.
Ebikes and E-Scooter Deals
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Our guide to the best e-scooters is forthcoming, but the Apollo Ghost is one of our favorites (8/10, WIRED Recommends). The dual-motor design means it's insanely powerful (maybe too powerful), but you don't need to hit the throttle. This much power is very helpful for steep terrains. It also has pretty solid range (under 20 miles). The downside is that it weighs 64 pounds. This deal throws in the new Apollo Air for free; it's not as powerful, and its range is much shorter, but it's lightweight and rides pretty well—handy for any newcomers joining your rides.
Want an ebike but hate the prices? The Propella (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is our pick if your budget is tight, and it's even better with this deal. It has reputable components, like a Samsung battery and Shimano disc brakes, and it ships directly to you.
WIRED reviewer Matt Jancer says you're getting a lot for your money with the Freedom 2, so this deal makes it a sweeter package. It has strong acceleration, doesn't weigh too much (just 39 pounds), has a built-in headlight and taillight, and an alarm with a key fob.
Ebikes are big. If you don't have a ton of space, a folding ebike is the way to go. This one from Lectric Ebikes is one of the most affordable around (7/10, WIRED Recommends), and this deal nets you three free accessories. It's heavy at 63 pounds, so this might not be a good option for anyone with a walkup, but it's speedy, it comes with a lot of accessories, and it has solid suspension.
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This is our top camera backpack for most people in our Best Camera Bags guide. It's relatively small, yet can still fit a DSLR or mirrorless camera, additional lenses, and a small tripod in the side pocket (with a loop to secure it). There's a luggage pass-through strap, a padded laptop storage area, and a compartment up top for everything else. The best part is it comes in a ton of fun colors.
We're huge fans of Moment's smartphone lenses because they really help to elevate your photos. To use them, you'll need to purchase a Moment case (the company sells cases for iPhones, Samsung, and Google devices) that allows you to attach them. We recommend the Fisheye 14 mm lens for $50 ($80 off) for a cool ultrawide effect, the Macro 10x lens for $80 ($50 off) for super close-ups, and the Tele 2x 58 mm lens for $80 ($50 off) to increase zoom. There's also the Anamorphic Lens for $90 ($60 off) for a cinematic look on videos but you'll Moment's app to de-squeeze footage, which is only available for iOS. If you use an Android phone, you can use third-party apps to do that de-squeezing.
I took this backpack on my road trip around Iceland, and it couldn't have been more perfect. It might be too big to count as a personal item, but as a carry-on, you can convert it to a duffel or leave it as a backpack. Pair it with two of Wandrd's Essential Camera Cubes ($278 total), and you can fit a ton of equipment and have space for clothes and other gear. You can learn more about it in our Best Camera Bags guide.
This 50-liter bag is so spacious it can fit all your important photo gear in the removable camera cube, plus anything else you need to bring on a hiking trip. The back padding, shoulder straps, and waist straps are thick and soft, making the whole thing incredibly comfortable to wear.
This sling comes in various sizes, but whichever you choose, you get a durable, weather-resistant bag that's comfortable to carry and roomy. The dividers in the main compartment are customizable to fit your gear, and there are a lot of pockets with organization for your batteries, filters, and chargers.
If you want to invest in a great camera, look no further than this Sony A7RIII. This is the lowest price we've ever seen, and sure, it's not the latest model, but you're getting a lot for less than $2,000. The 42-megapixel full-frame sensor delivers sharp images and excellent dynamic range, and the camera is lightweight enough to carry all day. The image stabilization is pretty great, and you have access to a dizzyingly large lens collection. Read more about it in our Best Mirrorless Cameras guide.
The Insta360 One R Twin Edition (8/10, WIRED Recommends) doubles as a 360-degree camera and a standard action cam. That's thanks to the interchangeable lens system, which lets you attach a 4K camera, a dual-lens 360-degree camera, and a wide-angle Leica lens paired with a 1-inch sensor for 5K video. It's spendy, but it's a very versatile system if you want to capture different types of footage when you're out adventuring.
The latest GoPro (8/10, WIRED Recommends) has speedier processing, higher-resolution footage, and better image stabilization than any other action camera out there. The latter even works on 5.3K-resolution clips, which gives you room to crop in and output 4K footage. GoPro's Quik app has improved by leaps and bounds, and it makes for easy editing on the go.
Don't want to carry your camera in a bag? I like this wrist strap, which is easy to attach to nearly any camera, and it automatically fastens if you let go. The recycled soft-touch nylon isn't rough on the wrist, and the strap can carry up to 75 pounds.
You can get compact tripods for much cheaper, but this is the tripod I always come back to, especially whenever I'm heading anywhere. It collapses neatly into a small shape that can fit in the side pocket of most backpacks, and it's really lightweight (the carbon fiber version is even lighter). There's also a built-in phone mount. Maybe grab the universal head adapter too.
This Pocket LED video light is one of our favorite tools for making studio-grade videos at home. It gets remarkably bright despite the compact size and offers multiple colors and effects. You can match the color temperature to your lighting conditions, or tap into the effect to mimic a lightning strike. It mounts to your camera via a cold shoe.
It's not as bright as the Boling above, but this Aputure video light is magnetic, so it can attach to a variety of surfaces for easy mounting. It has plenty of effects and color options, and you can either recharge it via USB-C or with a regular Qi wireless charger. It's great for lighting your face up during Zoom calls too.
This stand is very stable, and the ends of the clamp double as cold shoe mounts, so you can hook up a microphone and a compact video light for a full on-the-go studio. Our only gripe is that you can't adjust the height.
If you're standing directly in front of your camera, then a shotgun mic will be one of the best ways to record audio. This one from Deity fits onto the shoe mount on the top of a camera. Just plug it in, and you're ready to go. It does a great job of picking up audio and it'll plug into your phone too if that's how you roll.
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Our top weighted blanket recommendation, the Yaasa comes in 15- or 20-pound weight options, and that weight feels evenly distributed throughout. It's pretty, covers nearly a full-size bed, and the open-knit design makes it breathable so you'll never get too warm.
If you are sharing a bed with a partner, this is a good option if they don't like weighted blankets. It'll cover just you, and it's also great for carrying from room to room. The whole thing can be machine-washed and dried, but you can also grab linen duvet covers if you don't want to put a heavy blanket into your washing machine. The throw weighs 12 pounds.
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We've tried Adidas' period-proof shorts and loved them, and these tights are similar. You should still use a tampon, pad, or cup, as these should just be used as a backup. I (Medea) found the shorts ideal for light days; just toss 'em in the washing machine afterward.
This two-in-one machine dries and straightens hair in one fell swoop (9/10, WIRED Recommends). This is one of the lowest prices we've ever tracked. This bundle includes hair-sectioning clips, a comb, three silk scrunchies, a hair towel, a continuous mist bottle, and a carrying bag.
This small and discreet vibrator (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is in our guide to the Best Sex Toys and Accessories. It's waterproof with five vibration patterns, five intensity settings, and a squishy body that works for a variety of erogenous zones.
Want to track your sleep but don't like wearing a tracker or smartwatch to bed? The Withings Sleep tracking mat slips under the mattress and syncs its data via Wi-Fi to a companion app. That includes sleep analysis, continuous heart rate and snore detection, and a Sleep Score to see how refreshing your sleep was. WIRED contributor Simon Hill likes it, and he used it as a baseline when he tested other sleep gear.
The Flare is in our roundup of the Best Personal Safety Tech. It's a bracelet that hides an SOS button. Press it and you'll receive a fake phone call, giving you a reason to get out of a conversation. If you're in a more serious situation, pressing and holding the button will send a message to your selected contacts, and a partnership with Noonlight can connect you to 911 as well. Unfortunately, it's only available for iOS devices at the moment, but an Android app is in the works.
The Upright Go 2 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is one of the best ways to annoy you into sitting up straight. You can stick it right to your back or wear it on the necklace (which you have to buy separately). After some calibrating, it will vibrate when you slouch too low.
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