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51 Best Cyber Monday Deals on Phones, Tablets, and Smartwatches

Maybe you want to gift a new watch to your partner, upgrade your own aging smartphone, or your kid has been clamoring for a tablet. Well, Cyber Monday is the best time of the year to snag any of those gadgets. Many of WIRED's favorites are on sale, from the Google Pixel 5A to our favorite iPhone 13 cases and accessories. We've rounded up all the best phone, tablet, and watch deals below. 

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We test products year-round and handpicked these deals. Products marked (Sold Out) are sold out or no longer discounted as of publishing. We'll update this guide throughout Black Friday weekend.

Phone Deals

Be sure to read our Best Android Phones, Best Cheap Phones, Best Phones With an Actual Headphone Jack, and Best iPhone guides for more recommendations.

★ Best for Most—Google Pixel 5A Phone for $399 ($49 off)

The Google Pixel 5A (9/10, WIRED Recommends) is the best smartphone for most people. For under $400 with this deal, you'll get a sharp OLED display, two days of battery life, 5G connectivity, a headphone jack, and an outstanding camera system (complete with Night Sight for low-light photography). It'll also receive three years of software OS upgrades and security updates, which is more than most Android phones in this price bracket.

Moto G Power Phone for $170 ($30 off)

Amazon, Target ($180)

The Moto G Power has its downsides, including a weak camera system and an awful software update strategy, but for such a low price, it does have perks. Its battery life can last up to three days on a single charge and its processor is more than capable to take on common tasks. Read more in our review.

Motorola One 5G Ace Phone for $288 ($42 off)

Amazon, Best Buy ($300)

Motorola's One 5G Ace also has long battery life like the Moto G Power—you'll get two days rather than three—but its performance is much better. Unlike the G series, it comes with NFC for contactless payments, meaning if you accidentally forget the wallet at home, you can just use your smartphone to pay for purchases (if Google Pay is supported at the retailer, of course). Sub-6 5G support means you can access faster mobile internet speeds too.

TCL 20S for $187 ($63 off)

This TCL phone has a totally fine LCD screen, relatively smooth performance, and two-day battery life. The cameras are pretty poor, especially at night, but that's expected given the price. They'll get two years of security updates and one Android version upgrade, which isn't great. Still, at this low price, it's a good phone and those flaws might not dissuade you. Read more about it in our review.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 With Free Galaxy Buds2 for $850 ($280 off)

Amazon, Samsung ($925), Target ($200 Gift Card)

Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip3 (7/10, WIRED Recommends) is the first foldable phone we're comfortable recommending—especially for under $1,000. On the outside, the third-generation Flip is compact enough to slip into even the smallest of pockets and comes in fun, stylish colors. It has all the high-end features you'd expect too, like a 120-Hz screen refresh rate, 5G support, an IPX8 water-resistance rating, and speedy performance. The battery is sadly so-so. This deal includes a set of Samsung's newest Galaxy Buds2 earbuds (9/10, WIRED Recommends), except at Target, where you'll get a $200 Target gift card. 

Nokia XR20 Rugged Phone for $500 ($50 off)

Nokia, B&H ($520)

The Nokia XR20 (7/10, WIRED Recommends) is our favorite rugged phone. Our reviewer dropped it three times onto the pavement and its glass screen did not get scuffed up. The tough polymer composite back adds to its durability, the phone's grippy texture keeps it in your paws, and there's a spot to attach a wrist strap. You also get wireless charging, NFC for contactless payments, a headphone jack, IP68 water resistance, and three years of OS upgrades (with four years of security updates).

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OnePlus 9 Pro Phone for $799 ($270 off)

The OnePlus 9 Pro (9/10, WIRED Recommends) received an honorable mention on our roundup of Best Android Phones. It's a good phone with a heavily improved camera system (for photo and video), fast performance, a bright display, and solid battery life, but it's also the most expensive phone OnePlus has ever offered. This week's sale price makes it a much better deal. If you want to save even more, the phone's younger sibling, the OnePlus 9, is $599 ($130 off).

★ Google Pixel 6 Phone for $549 ($50 off)

Best Buy (Sold Out), Target (Sold Out)

This deal might be available for pick up at your local Best Buy.

We thought the Pixel 6 (9/10, WIRED Recommends) was already a great, affordable flagship phone, but this deal makes it even more enticing. Unfortunately, stock is extremely low. There's a chance it's available in your Zip code, but it might be a good idea to check back later to see if the deal comes back. This is Google's first phone with its own custom Tensor processor, which gives it the power to take on advanced machine learning tasks on device. It's powerful, has a colorful OLED display, more than a day of battery life, support for wireless charging, and 5G connectivity. Its impressive camera system also makes it our favorite Android camera phone that rivals the iPhone 13 Pro.

Accessory Deals

★ 50 Percent Off All Totallee Products—BFCM2021 at Checkout

Totallee (Use BFCM2021 at Checkout), Amazon (Use BFCM2021 at Checkout)

Totallee cases are good options if you absolutely despise slapping a case on your phone, but still want some protection from minor scratches. We've tested and liked the brand's cases, but the company is also offering half off on the rest of its products including screen protectors, wireless charging pads, and ring grips.

Apple Pencil 2nd-Gen for $99 ($26 off)

Target, Amazon

Our product reviewer (and one of our resident Gear Team artists) Jess Grey calls the combination of an iPad Pro with a second-generation Apple Pencil her favorite set of art tools. Yes, even counting traditional, non-electronic artists' tools. Compared to the first-generation Pencil, the second-generation has support for double-tap gestures, and a flat edge for magnetically attaching to the iPad's spine to charge.

Nimble Champ Portable Charger for $37 ($13 off)

Smartphones can run out of gas at the most inopportune moments, so it's smart to carry some extra power in your pocket. This is our favorite portable charger and it packs 10,000 mAh of extra power (enough for a couple of recharges for most phones). It'll work with Android or iPhone, and comes is very compact. 

Twelve South Hover Bar Duo for $61 ($19 off)

Amazon, Twelve South

An arm mount like this one lets you clear space on a busy tabletop by mounting a tablet almost anywhere on your desk, such as off the side edge. It comes with a stand, though, if you'd rather use that. The height and angle of the tablet screen are adjustable, and the mounting plate easily detaches, so if you feel like taking your tablet to the couch, you won't have to bust out any tools to separate it from the arm.

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Nomad Modern Leather Case With MagSafe for $42 ($18 off)

If you're looking for a chic leather case for your iPhone 13, we highly recommend this one from Nomad. It's made from the well-known Chicago-based Horween Leather Company and includes a thermoplastic elastomer bumper that allows for better shock absorption. Thanks to magnets embedded in the case, you can also use it with MagSafe accessories.

OtterBox Defender Series Pro Case for iPhone $19 ($31 off)

OtterBox cases are so rugged, they could survive chaotic constructions sites or—more likely—the frequent drops of someone with butterfingers. They can be some of the bulkiest cases around, but they'll take a tumble down some concrete stairs better than most other cases, and definitely better than your bare phone.

Lume Cube Mobile Creator Stand for $40 ($20 off)

B&H, Lume Cube

The Mobile Creator Stand was one of our favorite budget smartphone monopods in our guide to Gear and Tips to Make Studio-Grade Home Video. You can't adjust the height, which is a bummer, but it's very stable and the ends of the clamp work as cold shoe mounts, so you can adjust a microphone and a small video light for a complete, highly mobile vlogging setup.

Kerf Wireless Charging Block Buy One, Get One 50 Percent off—Use Code BOGOBLOCK

(Enter Code BFCM2021 for an Additional 20 Percent off)

We love the natural wood designs at Kerf, which offers cases, wireless chargers, and other mobile accessories. The wireless charging block is one of our favorites and looks very stylish. The 20 percent off code works on all orders and items, and you can also use code BFCM3021 to get 30 percent off if your total order comes to $100 or more.

★ Nomad Base Station Mini Wireless Charger for $49 ($21 off)

Nomad's Base Station Mini only charges at 7.5 watts and doesn't have the strongest magnetic connection for MagSafe compatible iPhones, but the charger aligns perfectly with the iPhone's charging coils. You won't wake up to a phone that didn't charge, which can happen with some wireless chargers. (It also works just fine with any Android phone that supports wireless charging.) As with all of Nomad's products, it's elegant and its small footprint makes it easy to find room for on your desk or nightstand. 

Anker PowerWave Wireless Charging Stand for $15 ($4 off)

Listed as the best cheap wireless charger in our guide, this handy stand from Anker performs just as well as many more expensive models. It props your phone in portrait at an angle suitable for glancing at notifications. The rubber grips on the bottom keep it in place, and it comes with a 3-foot MicroUSB cable that you need to plug into an adapter (not included). It's plasticky, but it's also dirt cheap. 

Sonix MagSafe Wireless Charger for $11 ($19 off)—Prime Members Only

(Click the Coupon Button)

This is one of the least expensive MagSafe wireless chargers we've seen, but it comes with a few tradeoffs. It doesn't work with the iPhone 13 Pro, and it's limited to 10W, which means it won't charge quite as fast as the official MagSafe charger. However, if neither of these limitations bothers you—and you're an Amazon Prime subscriber—you can click the coupon on the site to get this charger for dirt cheap.

Nomad MagSafe Mount Stand for $42 ($18 off)

Nomad's MagSafe Mount Stand has a simple all-metal stand that will blend in nicely with all types of interior decor, and its rubber base means it'll sit securely on your nightstand or desk. It also has the option to place your iPhone vertically or horizontally. If you don't like the mount, you can opt for the pad instead, which is also on sale for $56 ($44 off).  

Belkin BoostCharge Wireless Charging Stand for $18 ($17 off)

While this is a slightly older wireless charger from Belkin, it's a decent buy at this price. It's very stable, thanks to a wide base, and the design allows you to prop your phone in portrait or landscape orientation. The charging rate is capped at 10 watts, so there are faster chargers around.

Sonix iPhone 13 MagSafe Case for $29 ($16 off)—Click the Coupon Button

Sonix cases are on our roundup of the Best iPhone 13 Accessories for offering the prettiest lineup of cases. But this case isn't designed strictly for aesthetics. With raised bumpers around the display and camera sensor, it'll actually protect your iPhone from accidental drops and dings. MagSafe support means you can attach magnetic accessories to the back with zero issues. 

Nomad Sport MagSafe Case for $28 ($12 off)

Nomad's Sport Case received an honorable mention in our roundup of iPhone 13 accessories. It's well made, has clicky buttons, and comes complete with support for Magsafe. But we didn't particularly like the dull color options and how the seam between the backplate and bumper feels sharp. 

Pelican Voyager Case With MagSafe for $49 ($21 off)

Target, Amazon

Unlike most rugged iPhone cases, this one from Pelican is easy to install—just snap on the front and back pieces together and you're all set! It also comes with flaps that cover all the ports (other than the speakers) and features a holster that acts as a handy-dandy kickstand. 

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OtterBox Symmetry Series+ With MagSafe for $45 ($15 off)

This case for the iPhone 13 has a few things going for it: It's made of 50 percent recycled plastic, support for MagSafe, easy-to-use buttons, and a solid build. According to Otterbox, it also has an exterior with an antimicrobial finish that keeps bacteria away—but there's still little evidence it works to keep you safe.

25 Percent off Mujjo Leather Cases—Use Code #25OFF

(Enter Code #25OFF at Checkout)

We recommend Mujjo cases for anyone looking for a svelte leather experience. The cases feel high-end and supple, but sadly, you'll be losing out on MagSafe support.

Casetify Site-Wide Sale—Use Code BFCM2021X 

(Enter Code BFCM2021X at Checkout)

Like Sonix, Casetify has a ton of fun smartphone cases to choose from—we specifically like the MagSafe Impact cases ($75) which are made of 65 percent recycled and plant-based materials. For Cyber Monday, the company is having a site-wide sale on all of its merchandise. Get 10 percent off if you buy one item, 20 percent off if you buy two, and 25 percent off when you buy three cases.

Pad & Quill LeatherSafe Pocket Book for $71 ($18 off)

Seeing as how most wallet cases only fit two cards comfortably, Pad & Quill's LeatherSafe Pocket Book for the iPhone 13 is excellent for those who carry around far more on a daily basis. In fact, WIRED's reviews editor Julian Chokkattu managed to fit more than seven. However, it's not compatible with MagSafe. So, if that's not a deal-breaker for you, then this case is perfect if you want to fully replace your wallet. 

Incipio Grip Case for MagSafe for $40 ($10 off)

Incipio's Grip case is another one that received an honorable mention in our roundup of iPhone 13 accessories. It has a simple look to it—with black or clear color options—and support for MagSafe. Its super grippy sides are also great for clumsy people who have a tendency to drop their phones a lot.

Up to 30 Percent Off Site-Wide at Satechi

Satechi sells a wide range of accessories, including chargers, hubs, and adapter cables. The Satechi aluminum desktop stand and Slim X1 keyboard featured in our guide to the Best iPad Accessories. Right now, you can get 20 percent off all orders site-wide with code BFCM20. Spend at least $75 and you can get 25 percent off with code BFCM25. And for you high-rollers out there, use code BFCM30 to get 30 percent off orders of at least $150.

Sketchboard Pro for iPad for $101 ($18 off)—Use Code BFBEAR2021

(Enter Code BFBEAR2021 at Checkout)

If you like to draw on your iPad, the Sketchboard Pro gives you a larger surface area to bear down upon when sprawled out in bed or working on the couch. It has pull-out legs that let you tilt the screen hands-free, storage space for a stylus, and a spot to charge your iPad while using it.

Nomad Screen Protector for $17 ($8 off)

If you recently purchased the iPhone 13 (or even the iPhone 12), a screen protector is a good idea to protect that display—even if Apple claims its Ceramic Shield glass is its strongest ever. Nomad's tempered glass screen protector is on our list of Best iPhone 13 Cases and Accessories for ease of installation. You only get one out of the box though, which is pretty expensive at its full price, but this deal makes it tough to pass on. 

Nimble PowerKnit USB-C Cable for $15 ($5 off)

Attractive, durable, and eco-friendly, what's not to love about Nimble's charging cable? It's made of recycled plastic and aluminum, is BPA and PVC-Free, and you can choose from three size options. If you need USB-C to Lightning or something else, take a gander here. They're all on sale.

Nimble Wally 65-Watt Charger for $37 ($13 off)

This charger is powerful enough to juice up a MacBook Pro. There's a USB-C port and a USB-A port for other devices you might want to recharge simultaneously. Just like Nimble's other products, it's made from recycled plastic and is BPA and PVC-free. 

Nomad USB-C and Lightning Kevlar Charging Cables for $21 ($9 off)

It's safe to say there's nothing more annoying than messy or worn-out cables. But Kevlar cables are extremely durable—WIRED's reviews editor Julian Chokkattu said his have held up after almost two years of consistent use. The included cable tie also helps keep things organized. Nomad offers a USB-C to USB-C version but there's also USB-C to Lightning for $28 ($12 off).

Tablet Deals

★ Best Fire Tablet—Fire HD 10 Tablet for $75 ($75 off)

Target, Amazon, Best Buy

Amazon's Fire HD 10 (7/10, WIRED Recommends) holds the title of best Fire tablet and our favorite budget tablet. Its large, 10-inch display and speedy processor make it a very capable machine for streaming your favorite movies, scrolling through social media, and catching up on some reading. If you don't mind spending a little more, the Fire HD 10 Plus is also on sale for $105 ($75 off). It comes with extra features like wireless charging, and an extra gigabyte of RAM that boosts performance.

Fire HD 8 Tablet for $45 ($45 off)

Amazon, Best Buy

The Fire HD 8 (7/10, WIRED Recommends) is a great entry-level tablet that's super affordable. It has a decently fast processor, long battery life, and 2 gigabytes of RAM—all wrapped up in a compact design. As with the Fire HD 10 and 10 Plus, you have can opt for the 64-gigabyte version for $75 ($45 off) if the 32-gigabyte base model isn't enough.

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Fire HD 8 Kids Tablet (2020) for $70 ($70 off)

Target, Amazon, Best Buy

Those looking for the ideal children's tablet should look no further than the Fire HD 8 Kids. It comes equipped with all the same features of a regular Fire tablet plus a two-year warranty, a protective case, and a free year of Amazon Kids+ which gives you access to Audible books, games, and more.

Fire HD 10 Kids Pro Tablet—2021—for $120 ($80 off)

The Fire HD 10 Kids Pro is (quite literally) a better fit for older kids since its 10-inch display is larger than the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition. You'll also have the ability to install apps from the Kids app—with access to parental controls—a free year of Amazon Kids+, and a less rugged (but still protective) case. 

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 for $499 ($151 off)

Amazon, Best Buy, Samsung

The problem with Amazon's Fire tablets above is that they do not have the Google Play Store, so you don't have the rich app library as other Android tablets. If that's what you're looking for, go for the Galaxy Tab S7. It's pricier, but you get a sharp 11-inch LCD display with a 120-Hz refresh rate, an S Pen stylus for drawing and taking notes, as well as support for Samsung's DeX mode software (which provides a desktop-like experience when connected to a monitor or Bluetooth keyboard).

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE for $430 ($100 off)

Amazon, Best Buy ($450)

This tablet is very similar to the Galaxy Tab S7, but it has a larger, 12.4-inch display. It has a premium feel and comes with the S Pen. The trade-off is that the performance is only midrange, there's no fingerprint scanner, and the screen doesn't hit the 120 Hz refresh rate of the standard S7.

Smartwatch Deals

★ Best Android Watch—Samsung Galaxy Watch4 for $200 ($50 off)

Target, Amazon, Samsung

The Galaxy Watch4 (7/10, WIRED Recommends) is our favorite fitness tracker for Android owners for a few reasons. It's not only the first smartwatch to run Wear OS 3 (Google's newest operating system created in collaboration with Fitbit and Samsung), but its sensors track metrics like ECG, SpO2, sleep, and heart rate—all packed into in a sleek and comfortable wrist wearable. It's worth noting, however, that it only works with Android phones, and the ECG function only works if you have a newer Samsung phone.

Fitbit Charge 5 for $130 ($50 off)

Amazon, Target, Best Buy

The Fitbit Charge 4 was our favorite all-around smartwatch when it came out. That's the model that introduced features not normally seen on inexpensive wearables (like built-in GPS). The Charge 5 keeps those stand-out features and packs a few new ones, including a heart rate sensor, in a watch that's about 10 percent thinner than its predecessor.

Apple Watch Series 6 for $299 ($100 off)

With a decent discount, the Apple Watch Series 6 is easy to recommend for iPhone owners. It is our favorite Apple Watch right now, with lots of complications, apps, and every feature you are likely to want in a smartwatch. You can even get optical wrist-based SpO2 measurements and ECGs. It's also quick to charge and can track your sleep. 

Apple Watch SE for $219 ($60 off)

Target, Amazon ($239)

The Apple Watch SE is our top pick as the best Apple Watch for most people. It's a great choice if you don't need the intricate features that come with the Series 7—like an electrocardiogram (ECG) sensor, always-on display, and blood oxygen monitor—and just want a basic, affordable Apple Watch to pair with your iPhone. In addition to standard health and fitness tracking, you'll also get a Retina display, fall detection, and a speedy processor.

★ Apple Watch Series 7 (GPS Only) for $379 ($20 off)

This watch just came out, so this is a rather small deal. The only notable upgrades in the Series 7 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) over its predecessor are a bigger display, faster charging, and the ability to track ebike rides. But even if it's an incremental improvement, it's still the best smartwatch for iPhone owners. Check our guide to Apple Watches if you're unsure on which one to buy.

Skagen Men's Hybrid HR Jorn Watch for $137 ($59 off)

The Hybrid HR Jorn is our favorite hybrid smartwatch. It's a nice option for those who prefer the look of a traditional watch with a few smart features thrown in. On the display, you can see metrics like heart rate, step count, and weather via an E Ink screen. We don't recommend it for tracking workouts since it's not very accurate, but it's still useful if you want to quickly glance at your progress throughout the day.

Fossil Gen 6 Smartwatch for $229 ($70 off)

The Fossil Gen 6 is one of the few Wear OS watches that still gets our honorable mention nod. Google is in the middle of changing its wearable strategy, and the Fossil Gen 6 is one of the few of the current crop set to get updated in 2022. Until then it's still got decent fitness tracking features, and a convenient feature that keeps the watch displaying the time even if the battery dies.

Withings Move for $52 ($18 off)

The health and lifestyle accessories company Withings is offering 25 percent off most of its products this Cyber Monday, and of all the brand's wearable trackers, this is the one we'd recommend first. It's a very simple smartwatch, with analog hands to tell the time and to track your steps. It also lacks a screen, so it looks like a regular old watch and not a technology watch. Paired with an app, it can count steps, log workouts, track sleep, and send vibration alerts for calls and texts. Paired with formal attire, it looks like a stately timepiece. The replaceable watch battery lasts well over a year. Get one for that “I don't wear smartwatches” person.

Garmin Venu Sq Fitness Smartwatch for $130 ($70 off)

Amazon, REI

We consider the Garmin Venu Sq (8/10 WIRED Recommends) the best fitness watch in our roundup of the Best Smartwatches—specifically for its ability to accurately track health and fitness metrics coupled with its affordable price. As for specific features, the Venu Sq offers an always-on LCD touchscreen, blood oxygen monitoring, energy level monitoring, and sleep tracking.

Garmin Instinct Solar for $260 ($140 off)

Amazon, Target (Sold Out) 

Garmin's Instinct Solar (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is a rugged smartwatch that's great for tracking a variety of health and fitness metrics, but especially extreme activities like hiking. It has excellent battery life that's lasted days on a single charge in testing, but its solar feature also allows it to recharge using sunlight.


More WIRED Cyber Monday Coverage
The Absolute Best Deals
Deals Under $50
Target Deals
Amazon Deals
Best Buy Deals
TV Deals
Headphone Deals
Mattress Deals
Phone and Tablet Deals
Laptops and Home Office Deals, PC Parts Deals
Smart Home Deals, Vac Deals, Couch Deals
Kitchen Deals, Coffee Deals
Video Game Deals
Dog and Cat Deals
Sex Toy Deals
Fitness Deals
Self-Care and Beauty Deals
Camera Deals
STEM Toy Deals
Deals on Subscription Services
Amazon Device Deals, Google Deals
12 Cyber Monday Deals Our Team Bought
All Our Cyber Monday Guides
Deals From Ars Technica
Retailer Sale Pages and CouponsWant to browse the Cyber Monday 2021 sales yourself? Here are a few places offering deals. Be sure to check out our many buying guides and gift guides for additional ideas.

Amazon Sale
Target Sale, Coupons
Walmart Sale, Coupons
Bed, Bath, and Beyond Sale, Coupons
Best Buy Sale, Coupons
QVC Sale, Coupons
Kohl's, Coupons
Moosejaw Sale, Coupons
Adorama Sale, Coupons
B&H Sale
Moment Sale
Wayfair Sale
Newegg Sale

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