Our 100+ Favorite Cyber Monday Deals Still Available Today

By Scott Gilbertson Gear Team

Cyber Monday is officially over, but many of our favorite deals are still available. If you took an extended holiday from screens or ignored the past few days of sale madness, fear not. We combed through our many Cyber Monday guides and picked out the best deals still on sale. It's unclear how long they'll last, but have a gander if you're bargain hunting for the holidays.

Note: We strike through items that sell out or are no longer at their deal price at a particular retailer. Be sure to check out WIRED's many other holiday buying guides for more of the gear we’ve tested and recommend.

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Pandemic Gear Deals

It's good fun to score great deals, but it's even better when they'll help protect you from a global pandemic. Here are a few items you might want to consider as you continue to take precautions and practice social distancing.

Society6 Face Masks for $12 ($4 off)


WIRED managing digital producer Kim Chua loves these face masks. (Here are more of our favorite masks.) They come in several eye-catching designs, and they're not too expensive.

Timbuk 2 Reusable Face Masks

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Timbuk2 Reusable Face Mask 3-Pack for $20 ($10 off)


We like these masks so much that we included them in not only our Best Face Masks guide, but also our 2020 Wish List. Buy the size that fits, use the head tie to adjust the fit, and cut off the excess strap for comfort.

Photograph: Old Navy

Old Navy Kids Variety 5-Pack Masks for $9 ($4 off)

Old Navy

These are some of WIRED writer Adrienne So's favorite kids masks. Her kids like the playful prints and the pleats that stretch as they talk. However, they're sized for a 3- and 5-year-old, so they probably won't work for an older child.

Bilio Mask for $29 ($9 off)

Bilio Store (Enter GIFT25 at Checkout)

Not only are the Bilio masks knit-to-shape, which means they have no wasted yarn, they also stand off my face and have a sharp point over the bridge of my nose. These are pretty successful at reducing glasses fog. They also have antibacterial silver tech woven into them, which might be of some help if you're fighting persistent mascne. (You should probably just wash your mask more often.)

Kinsa QuickCare Smart Thermometer for $20 ($5 off)

Amazon (Click the Coupon Button)

Click the on-page coupon to get this deal. We don't love that this product requires an app, but if you're OK with pairing it to your phone and sharing your temperature data, the price is good. The app allows you to track your data over time, so you can see if your temperature is trending higher or lower.

ZitSticka Killa Kit Pimple Patches for $22 ($7 off) and Press Refresh Masks for $26 ($9 off)

ZitSticka (Enter WEIRDYEAR25 at Checkout)

Frankly, ZitSticka is far too expensive for the amount of product you’re getting—eight patches and five masks in these kits. But they are nice. The patches have microdarts for those deep, cystic pimples that far outstay their welcome. The Press Refresh masks are made of cooling hydrogel and did actually calm a full-cheek breakout that one of our writers recently had.

No-Touch Forehead Thermometer for $24 ($20 off)

Amazon (Click the Coupon Button)

This thermometer usually costs between $30 and $50. It uses infrared to read body temperature in just one second, so you won't have to deal with probing under a sick kid's tongue.

Mattress and Couch Deals

Photograph: Allform

Many of our favorite couches and mattresses are on sale. You can order these picks online and they'll come in a box straight to your door (some assembly might be required for the couches). For more information, read our Best Mattresses and Best Couches guides.

Helix Midnight Luxe Hybrid Mattress

Photograph: Helix Sleep

Helix Midnight Luxe Hybrid Mattress for $1,649 ($200 off)

Helix (enter CYBERMONDAY200 at checkout)

This is our favorite mattress. It's comfortable and cushioning, and it won't make you feel like you're sinking too much. If you order a size smaller than queen, use the code CYBERMONDAY150 for $150 off orders of $1,250 or more, or use CYBERMONDAY100 for a discount on a $600 order. It comes with two free pillows.

Brooklyn Bedding Brooklyn Signature Hybrid for $749 ($50 off)

Brooklyn Bedding, Amazon ($749)

This is a great option if you like a firm mattress. WIRED Reviews Editor Jeffrey Van Camp slept on the firmest option and said he’d go for a medium next time because it can feel too firm. But he never experienced any sagging, and it has held up well for several years.

Allform 3-Seat Sofa for $1,595 ($399 off)


The Allform hails from Helix, the makers of our favorite mattress (above). You can customize it up to eight cushions long, or even change the shape (like an L or U). The wood used in the couch is certified by the Sustainable Forestry Initiative, and any excess wood is recycled. The steel components are at least 95 percent recycled, and the seat cushion padding is 100 percent recycled (so is the packaging too, which is also recyclable). More importantly, it's comfy! They've stayed fluffy in our testing, and the "Performance Fabric" we tested is indeed stain-resistant.

Benchmade Modern Tyler Sofa for $2,690 ($675 off)

Benchmade Modern

Benchmade Modern puts a level of polish on the online couch-buying process that doesn't exist elsewhere (at least in our testing). The company's website lets you browse colors and resize couches with a slider to see the cushion layout. When you have some idea what you want, you can also order a full book of fabric swatches, along with a full-size printout of your sofa so you can make sure it fits in your living space. Benchmade Modern sofas aren't cheap, but this deal will save you 20 percent.

Home and Kitchen Deals

Looking to spruce up your cooking set up before the holidays? Be sure to check out our Best Cookbooks guide and How to Plan Meals and Cook in Quarantine.

Instant Pot Viva 6-Quart for $50 ($50 off)


We love an Instant Pot, and they're usually on sale during any big deals holiday. This one is half off, and it can do everything you might want, like pressure and slow cook, make rice, and even sous vide. The Duo Nova is on sale for $100 from Macy's, but it doesn't have sous-vide capabilities if that's important to you.

Photograph: Amazon

★ Top Pick—Dyson Cyclone V10 Cordless Vacuum for $399 ($100 off)

Best Buy, Target, Bed Bath & Beyond

This is one of our favorite stick vacuums. We like it so much we wrote an entire article about this deal. It's lightweight, versatile, quiet, and has about an hour of run-time per charge. It's nearly identical to the model WIRED senior editor Michael Calore reviewed—the only difference is the Animal doesn't have the soft roller head attachment.

iRobot Roomba i3+ Robot Vacuum for $400 ($200 off)

Amazon, iRobot, Bed Bath & Beyond, Home Depot

When we tested the Roomba i3+, it had some navigational flubs. Still, it's the most affordable robot vacuum that iRobot offers with the all-important self-emptying bin, and it includes a few other features that we love, like the easy-to-clean, proprietary rubber rollers.

Roborock S4 Max Robot Vacuum for $320 ($110 off)

Amazon (Click the Coupon Button)

Roborock has slowly become one of our favorite robot vacuum manufacturers. Each from its S series offers great battery life and large bin sizes. Product reviewer Parker Hall likes this vacuum a lot too.

Eufy Robovac 30C Robot Vacuum for $180 ($120 off)


This vacuum is a little short on features. For example, it lacks mapping capabilities or a self-emptying bin, but it's sleek, attractive, low-profile, quiet, and easy to use. Plus, you can connect it to Alexa or Google Assistant.

Photograph: Ecovacs

Ecovacs OZMO T8 AIVI Robot Vacuum/Mop for $650 ($150 off)

Amazon, Ecovacs

This is one of the best deals we’ve seen on products listed in our Best Robot Vacuums guide. The OZMO T8 AIVI can mop while it vacuums, and it’s smart enough to avoid obstacles while it meanders around cleaning. You can also set custom maps in the app. We found this robot vacuum to be powerful and versatile, with a long battery run time and a lot of features (Map! Mop! Camera! Microphone!). However, this may not be the pick for you if you find a video butler wandering around at ankle height to be unnerving.

Eufy HomeVac S11 Cordless Stick Vacuum for $210 ($90 off)

Amazon (Click the Coupon Button)

We haven't tried this Dyson stick vacuum dupe ourselves, but it's significantly cheaper than the Dyson stick vacuums we love (and it's in stock). In general, we've found Eufy products to be effective and well designed. Just note that you have to click the coupon button to get this deal and that the discount is applied at checkout.

Yeedi K650 Robot Vacuum for $130 ($90 off)

Amazon (Click the Coupon Button)

This robot vacuum typically retails for about $220, making it less expensive than most of the models on our list. WIRED writer Adrienne So has been using it for a few weeks and says it's been quite effective. It doesn't map your house, but it also doesn't get stymied by drops or cords like some other fancy vacuums out there.

Photograph: Ooni

Ooni Fyra for $199 ($50 off)

Ooni Store

Ooni makes some of our favorite pizza ovens. Through December 2, you can get 25 percent off sitewide. WIRED's Adrienne So says this is her favorite compact, easy-to-use backyard gadget.

Photograph: Google

Nest Mini for $19 ($30 off)


If you, like us, prefer Google Assistant to Amazon's Alexa, this is a good deal on Google's smallest smart speaker. Check out our review for more.

Nest Hub for $50 ($40 off)

Target, Walmart, Best Buy

This little hub doesn't have a camera or great speakers. It's best suited for entryways to manage your smart home devices or to see upcoming calendar events and reminders. You can also use it to check your security cameras. The Walmart deal includes $20 in Vudu credit if that's something you want. (Yes, you can watch movies and shows on this hub too.)

Nest Learning Thermostat for $199 ($50 off)

Amazon, Target, Walmart, Best Buy

Use the Nest app to adjust your home's temperature remotely or set schedules to avoid paying for unnecessary heating and cooling. Nest learns as you use it—so, for example, it'll keep your home cooler while you're asleep and not moving around. Check with your energy provider—you might be able to get a rebate for installing a Nest thermostat.

Ecobee Smart Thermostat for $200 ($50 off)

Amazon (Sensor Included), Home Depot, Lowe's ($150), Ecobee

WIRED writer Adrienne So has both a Nest and an Ecobee, and she prefers Ecobee's simpler programming over the Nest's predictive temperature adjustment, especially since we're at home all the time now. The brand's home security bundle and Lite thermostat (which is not Alexa-enabled and doesn't come with accessory sensors) are on sale now too.

Vitamix Explorian E310 Blender for $290 ($160 off)

Sur La Table

Some people wait all year in order to be able to afford a Vitamix. This is the brand's entry-level blender, but it's still a significant discount and still has the powerful 2-horsepower engine that will reduce the toughest nuts to a creamy paste.

Coravin Wine Bottle Opener and Preserver for $200 ($200 off)

Amazon, Coravin

Coravin's wine preservation systems are best-in-class at keeping wine fresh, but they're ruinously expensive. This deal brings them just a bit more in reach.

ThermoWorks Thermapen Mk4 Meat Thermometer for $75 ($25 off)


I have this instant-read thermometer, which is fast, accurate, waterproof, and has lasted several years. One of our favorite barbecue thermometers, the Smoke from ThermoWorks, is on sale for $79 as well.

Cuisinart Double Belgian Waffle Maker for $93 ($92 off)

Home Depot

At WIRED, we're just a little weird about waffle makers. An on-sale waffle maker is a much faster way to make cakes, hash browns, and more. This model can make two at the same time.

Dyson Pure Hot+Cool HP04 Air Purifier for $449 ($200 off)

Best Buy

There's some evidence that improving air quality and circulation can help reduce your risk of infection. This air purifier has a small footprint, excellent purification performance, and doubles as a heater for when the temperatures drop.

Molekule Air Mini Air Purifier for $399 ($100 off)

Molekule, Amazon

Molekule uses patented PECO technology to destroy pollutants, rather than filtering them out like traditional air purifiers. It's a little difficult for the layperson to know how much more effective PECO is than filtering. As measured by an air quality monitor, it seems to work just as well. Still, the Air Mini is stylish and has a small footprint.

Laptop Deals

Photograph: Apple

You'll find more laptop recommendations in our Best Laptops and Best Cheap Laptops guides.

MacBook Air (Early 2020) for $869 ($130 off)

B&H, Walmart ($890)

Specs: Intel Core i3 CPU, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD

This is the previous model Air, released in the spring of 2020, meaning it uses an Intel processor instead of Apple silicon. It's an excellent machine, but if you have the extra money, we recommend the new Air with the M1 chip as it's more powerful, has longer battery life, and is silent. You'll also get longer support from Apple going forward.

MacBook Pro 16-Inch for $2,199 ($200 off)


Specs: Intel Core i7 CPU, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD

This deal is for Apple's 16-inch MacBook Pro (8/10, WIRED Recommends), which packs a good bit of power in a thin and sleek machine. The two main downsides are price and battery life.

Photograph: Microsoft

Surface Pro 7 With Type Cover for $800 ($350 off)

Microsoft Store

Specs: Intel Core i5 CPU, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD

The Surface Pro 7 is one of our favorite laptop-tablet hybrids (8/10, WIRED Recommends). There are cheaper Surfaces, but this is a good price on the best hybrid model. It comes with a keyboard and sleeve. Be sure to grab the pen if you want to use tablet mode for notes or drawing.

Surface Laptop Go for $800 ($100 off)

Microsoft Store

Specs: Intel Core i5 CPU, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD

The new Surface Laptop Go is a great little machine. The screen isn't the best, but if you can live with it, it's one of the most portable, dare I say fun, laptops I've tried this year.

Lenovo Yoga C740 for $630 ($170 off)

Amazon), Walmart ($666)

Specs: Intel Core i5 CPU, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD

The Lenovo Yoga C740 does a good job of straddling the line between work machine and home machine, making it ideal for these times. The 2-in-1 design allows for laptop use during the day, entertainment center in the evening.

Lenovo Thinkpad X13 for $626 ($512 off)

Lenovo Store (Enter THINKCMSALE at Checkout)

Specs: AMD Ryzen 5 CPU, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD

This X13 features AMD Ryzen chips. The base model uses a Ryzen 3, but the deal we have in mind is the Ryzen 5. Click the "customize" button to add the Ryzen 5 and upgrade the screen to the HD (1080p) IPS display. That brings the total to $725. Still a good deal on a much nicer machine. For an extra $150 you can double the RAM to 16 gigabytes, which is well worth it since the X13's RAM is soldered on, and not user-upgradable.

Photograph: Dell

Dell XPS 13 (2019) for $900 ($250 off)


Specs: Intel Core i7, 8 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD, 4K Screen

This deal is for the previous XPS 13 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) so it lacks the edge-to-edge 16:10 display of the 2020 model, but it's still a very capable laptop. This model features a 10th-generation Intel i7 chip and a 1080p screen.

HP Chromebook X360 for $380 ($250 off)

HP Store

Specs: Intel Core i3, 8 GB RAM, 64 GB SSD

At this price, HP's x360 Chromebook is one of the best value Chromebooks around. The Intel i3 chip adds a little extra power—helpful on sites like Google Docs or Gmail—and the 8-gigabytes of RAM with stop ChromeOS from slowing down.

HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop for $600 ($100 off)

HP Store

Specs: Intel Core i5 CPU, GTX 1050 GPU, 16 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD

With a 10th-generation Core i5 processor and Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1050 (3 GB) graphics card, this laptop will handle popular games without breaking a sweat.

Razer Blade 15 15.6-Inch for $1,450 ($250 off)


Specs: Intel Core i7 10th Gen. CPU, RTX 2060 GPU, 120 Hz HD Display, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD

The Razer Blade 15 continues to top our list of the Best Gaming Laptops. It has everything you need, including a fairly thin and light frame, and a display with a quick enough refresh rate to handle 120 frames per second when you're playing.

Home Office Deals

If you're lucky enough to work from home, here's your chance to pad out your space with standing desks, monitors, keyboards, chairs, and more. We have more picks in our WFH Gear guide.

Photograph: LG

LG 34-Inch Ultra Wide Full HD Monitor for $330 ($50 off)

Amazon ($327), Best Buy, Adorama

Reviews editor Jeffrey Van Camp recommends (and uses) this monitor from LG, which has a 2,560 x 1,080 pixel resolution, HDMI and DisplayPort inputs, and a speedy response time that makes it good for gaming. Ultrawide monitors open up new worlds of multitasking, letting you run two full-size browser windows side-by-side (or another application), which is why several members of the Gear team have one.

Dell UltraSharp 27-Inch LED Monitor for $356 ($244 off)

Amazon, Walmart ($346)

This 27-inch monitor has a 1440p screen (2560x1440 pixels) and is a favorite of WIRED writer Parker Hall. With a 3,440 x 1,440 pixel resolution it's plenty sharp, though the 60-Hz refresh rate might not be the best for graphics-intensive games. It has plenty of ports, including a power port that can handle 90 Watts.

Samsung 27-Inch Curved HD G-Sync Monitor for $249 ($120 off)

B&H, Walmart ($337)

This Samsung 27-inch 1080p gaming monitor has G-Sync compatibility, which means less screen tearing with Nvidia graphics cards. It'll run at 240 Hz without breaking a sweat. Downsides: No speakers or USB ports built-in.

Photograph: Monoprice

Workstream by Monoprice Dual Monitor Desk Mount for $80 ($20 off)


Get rid of those pesky monitor stands! WIRED Associate Editor Julian Chokkattu uses the single mount version of this one from Monoprice and likes it a lot. If you have two monitors (up to 34 inches), mounting them will free up a lot of room on your desk. For smaller monitors (27 inches or under), there's a dual-monitor mount that's cheaper.

Staples Hyken Mesh Task Chair for $150 ($80 off)

Staples, Amazon ($163)

Ask WIRED reviews editor Jeffrey Van Camp which budget-conscious chair you should get, and this is what he'll recommend. It's comfortable and supportive, and a good chair can make a big difference when you're sitting at your computer all day.

Logitech G513 Mechanical Keyboard for $100 ($30 off)

Best Buy, Newegg

This Logitech keyboard is in our Best Keyboards guide. The all-black design offers a low profile, but you still get RGB backlit keys if you want, and the large size means you get a NumPad. It comes with a plush palm rest, and GX Blue switches for a clicky typing experience.

Audioengine A1 for $159 ($40 off)


These Audioengine stereo speakers deliver good sound while maintaining an inconspicuous look. They won't take up much space on your desk, and they're wireless—no need to fuss with cables. Just connect 'em to your computer or phone via Bluetooth (or use the included cable for a wired connection).

Elac Debut 2.0 Bookshelf Speakers for $200 ($90 off)

Amazon, B&H

Elac is beloved among audiophiles for great-sounding speakers at extraordinarily low prices, and these bookshelf speakers are no exception. For a modest sum, you get easily some of the best speakers under $500, leaving you plenty of cash to spend on an amp, or a flashy new turntable for your vinyl collection.

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Aukey HD Webcam for $30 ($20 off)

Amazon (Click the Coupon Button)

Webcams have gotten both more expensive and harder to find since the onset of the pandemic. This option won't blow anyone away with image quality, but it's capable and super inexpensive.

Aukey 65W 2-Port Fast Wall Charger for $30 ($8 off)

Amazon (Click the Coupon Button, Enter O3GKQA5K at Checkout)

The WIRED Gear team has lots of go-to tangents, but get one of us started on the lack of wall adapters being included with modern technology and we might never stop ranting. Like Alanis Morissette (probably) once said: It's like 10,000 cables when all you need is a wall adapter. This one from Aukey can recharge your MacBook or two phones simultaneously.

Moft Laptop Stand for $24 ($6 off)

Amazon (Click the Coupon Button)

This is the smallest, slimmest laptop stand Moft makes. Slap it on the bottom of your laptop and you'll be able to adjust the keyboard height to two different levels—especially important if you tend to crane your neck when looking at the screen. Read our Best Laptop Stands for more options.

Photograph: Atlas Coffee Club

Atlas Coffee Club Subscription First Bag Free ($14 off)

Atlas Coffee Club

It's near impossible for us to start the day without a cup of coffee. WIRED editor Julian Chokkattu has been using Atlas Coffee Club for the past two years to get fresh coffee beans from various countries around the world. You can customize the quantity and type of roast, and in the box, you get a little information about where the coffee comes from and tasting notes. Atlas is offering the first bag for free if you subscribe, which usually costs $14 a month for a 12-ounce bag. Check out our Best Espresso and Latte Machines and Best Portable Coffee Makers guides if you don't have the means to make a cup of joe.

TV and Streaming Device Deals

Photograph: LG

★ Best Picture—LG CX OLED TV for $1,500 ($300 off)

Best Buy

LG's CX OLED is one of the prettiest TVs of 2020, which makes this sale one of the best you'll find this holiday season. It's got a super-low refresh rate option and Nvidia G-Sync for working as a computer monitor, and it's also one of the few models that can do 4K at 120 frames per second to make video games look even better on next-gen consoles like the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. This deal may only be available in select locations.

Samsung Q80T 55-Inch TV for $1,198 ($102 off)

Amazon, Best Buy ($1,200)

Samsung's Q80T has smart backlighting and quantum dot (QLED) technology, offering some of the best contrast you'll find on a non-OLED TV. We also like that it has a central pedestal to stand on, so it will fit on older TV stands that aren't excessively wide.

Samsung Q60T 50-Inch TV for $498 ($152 off)

Walmart, Best Buy

TVs smaller than 55 inches are not so common these days, but this is a good option for those who need to squeeze a television into a smaller space. It has Samsung's quantum dot technology for brighter colors, and it comes with a decent smart interface for streaming your favorite channels.

Photograph: Roku

★ Best for Streaming—Roku Streaming Stick+ for $30 ($20 off)


This is our favorite streaming device. It plugs into the HDMI port on the back of your TV. The interface is easy to use, as is the voice remote, and it has the best app support of any platform. Read our Roku guide for more.

Photograph: Amazon 

Fire TV Stick 4K for $30 ($20 off)


If you're big into renting and buying movies or TV shows from Amazon, this stick is another option. It's best for Prime members since it favors Prime Video and purchasing content through Amazon. (You can get a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime; just remember to cancel it before you're charged.)

LG HU70LA 4K Projector for $1,447 ($350 off)


As long as you've got a dark room, consumer-grade projectors like the LG HU70LA are shockingly good for the money these days. This one can produce an image of up to 140 inches, and it features HDR10 and support for Google Assistant and Alexa. This projector has been this cheap before, briefly, but it jumps up and down in price a lot. This is the lowest we've seen. It's back-ordered at B&H, but you can still buy it at the discounted price.

Photograph: Yamaha

Yamaha YAS-109 Soundbar for $180 ($40 off)

Amazon, Best Buy

Yamaha's Alexa-enabled soundbars are some of the easiest to use, and they've also got some of the best fidelity you'll find. Put this little bar in a small or medium-sized room and it will transform your TV and music listening experience, and you can even ask it to set a timer when you're steeping tea or baking mid-movie cookies.

Phone and Tablet Deals

Check out our Best Android Phones, Best Cheap Phones, and Best iPhones guides for more recommendations. And please note that our favorite Android phone is the Google Pixel 4A ($350). It's still the best deal going. Our guides to the Best iPads, Best Fire Tablets, and Best Tablets can help you sort out which tablet is right for you.

Photograph: Google 

Google Pixel 5 for $650 ($50 off)


If you require a phone with a great camera, the Pixel 5 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is a fantastic option. It's speedy, has good battery life, a nice OLED screen, and you'll get fast software updates straight from Google.

★ Affordable alternative: We also really like the Google Pixel 4A ($350), which is our favorite Android phone right now, and still more affordable than most of these devices.

Photograph: Samsung

Samsung Galaxy A71 5G for $473 ($127 off)


There are better phones even at this discounted price (like the $500 Google Pixel 4A 5G), but if you want to stick with Samsung, the A71 5G is solid. It runs well, delivers more than a day of battery life, and has perks like expandable storage and a headphone jack. However, it doesn't have the brightest screen, the cameras aren't amazing, and there's no water resistance or wireless charging.

Photograph: TCL

TCL 10 Pro for $315 ($135 off)

Amazon (Click the Coupon Button), Best Buy (Choose Unlocked), B&H

The TCL 10 Pro looks and feels like it should cost a lot more. The ultra-modern OLED screen is bright enough to see outdoors, performance is great, plus you get a headphone jack, MicroSD card slot, and NFC for contactless payments. The camera is its weak point; it's OK, just not as good as the $350 Pixel 4A's. The even cheaper TCL 10L is also discounted to $175 ($75 off), and it's a good phone if you don't plan on taking lots of pictures.

Photograph: Apple 

★ Luxe Pick—iPad Pro (2020) for $749 ($50 off)


The 11-inch iPad Pro is the best luxury iPad, and the size is just right—not too small, not too big. It's immensely powerful with the A12Z Bionic chip inside, and cursor support in iPadOS paired with the large screen real-estate make it a machine you can easily bang out some work on. It supports the second-generation Apple Pencil (with its much better magnetic wireless recharging system), and not only is the screen exquisite, but the speakers may be the best you'll find on a tablet.

Photograph: Samsung 

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ for $699 ($150 off)


If you want a powerful Android tablet that can handle light work and be a mobile media center, look no further than the Galaxy Tab S7+. The 120-Hz OLED screen is stunning, the tablet has great speakers, and a stylus is included. Snag a keyboard cover if you want to spend a lot of time typing; just know that the desktop PC experience is nowhere near as refined as a Mac or Windows computer.

You can get a very similar experience with the smaller Tab S7 for $528 ($122 off). The screen is an LCD panel and not an OLED, which is the main difference outside of size; it's not as pretty to stare at, but it absolutely doesn't disappoint.

Phone and Tablet Accessory Deals

Whether you're looking for a brand new smart speaker to help you keep time in the kitchen, or a Bluetooth speaker for outdoor hangouts during quarantine, we have you covered. Also, be sure to check out our lists of the Best Wireless Headphones, Best Noise-Canceling Headphones, and Best Earbuds.

Photograph: 1More

★ Best Earbuds—1More ColorBuds for $70 ($30 off)

1More ($80)

These are the top choice in our Best Wireless Earbuds guide and our Best Cheap Headphones guide. We highly recommend them, especially if you're on a budget.

Sony WF-1000XM3 Noise-Canceling Earbuds for $168 ($62 off)

Best Buy, B&H, Walmart ($170)

We especially love these earbuds for traveling (9/10, WIRED Review). Even though folks are staying home right now, these buds are still a solid pick. They feature adaptive active noise canceling, which adjusts the volume of external noise according to your current activity. Note that you don’t have to spend a fortune to get good earbuds; check out our Best Headphones Under $100 guide!

Photograph: Apple

★ Best for iPhone—Apple AirPods Pro for $200 ($50 off)

Target, Best Buy, B&H ($220)

The AirPods Pro (8/10, WIRED Recommends) have been on sale a lot lately, and they did get down to $160 on Black Friday, but this is still a very good price for them. They have active noise canceling and impressive sound, and the silicone ear tips keep them comfortable and secure.

Beats Powerbeats Pro for $160 ($90 off)

Amazon ($150), Target, Best Buy

This deal is only for specific colors. The Powerbeats Pro are some of our favorite workout earbuds (even if they go on sale relatively often).

Samsung Galaxy Buds Live Earbuds for $130 ($40 off)

Amazon, Target, Walmart, Best Buy

Affectionately dubbed "the Beans," these futuristic earbuds) look as good as they sound. They also don't fall in price too often.

Photograph: Amazon

JBL Clip 3 Mini Bluetooth Speaker for $40 ($30 off)

Target, Best Buy

The Clip 3 is a great option for portable sound. WIRED writer Louryn Strampe uses it to play music while rollerskating, so she can still hear cars over the music. The built-in carabiner makes it easy to hang the speaker from a fanny pack. (Or a curtain rod, if you like to sing in the shower.)

JBL Live 650BTNC Headphones for $130 ($70 off)

Amazon, JBL, Walmart, Best Buy

JBL's Live 650BT sound great. Until October, they hovered between $150 and $200. Now that they're down to $130, they're a steal. We love that they have 30-hour battery life, a comfortable cloth headband, and cozy fake leather earpads. Even the noise-canceling is decent—more than adequate enough to quiet down kids or noisy roommates during the quarantine work week.

V-Moda Crossfade 2 Wireless for $200 ($80 off)

Best Buy

The Crossfade 2 Wireless are an excellent pair of over-ear headphones that are also pretty dang life-proof. They feature replaceable shells on the outside and a sturdy metal headband that's got a firm grip, even on small heads. I also like that the hard case comes with a built-in carabiner, which means they don't take up precious backpack space when moving around.

Bose Sport Earbuds for $159 ($20 off)

Amazon, Target, Best Buy

These new sport earbuds from Bose are some of our favorites of 2020, with sticky ear fins and comfortable silicone ear tips for lengthy workouts. They've also got pretty great microphones, for pre- or post-sweat calls.

Bose Noise Cancelling 700

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Bose Noise Cancelling 700 for $339 ($40 off)

Amazon, Target, Walmart, Best Buy

With excellent microphones, a super comfortable fit, and the best noise-canceling technology that money can buy, these over-ear headphones from Bose are some of our favorites. They're especially great if you're frequently on phone or Zoom calls. Bose doesn't do large discounts, so if you're thinking of buying a pair, now is the time.

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Echo Dot for $29 ($21 off)


This recently updated spherical speaker has Alexa built-in. Our tester loves it so far and says it has better sound than previous versions. You can bundle it with a Sengled Smart Bulb for the same price.

Lenovo Smart Clock Essential for $25 ($25 off)

Best Buy, Walmart, Lenovo

We like all of Lenovo's smart displays, and this new alarm clock is a nice addition to a bedside table if you just want a clock interface with Google Assistant capabilities. There's no camera or bright display, but there is a microphone so you can whisper to Assistant to turn off the lights. You can turn off the microphones when you're not using it, and it also has a nice dim nightlight on the back. It's smaller than Lenovo's other Smart Clock (also on sale for $35), so it won't take up much room on the nightstand.

JBL Link Portable Google Speaker for $90 ($90 off)

Home Depot, B&H

The Link Portable is the best Google Assistant-enabled speaker that you can move from room to room, dock, or use as a Bluetooth speaker out of the house. It gets about 8 hours of battery on a charge and can answer queries as well as any Google speaker. It doesn't have as accurate a microphone array for listening as many of the stationary speakers, so it will occasionally miss a command if you don't speak up.

LG XBoom 550 Speaker for $250 ($100 off)

Best Buy, Walmart ($262)

Getting bored during quarantine? Check out this giant Bluetooth speaker from LG, which doubles as a Karaoke machine. It even has cool lights in each speaker cone to help inspire you to sing. The smaller version, which also has a surprisingly big bass, is on sale, too.

Fitness and Outdoors Deals

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Even if you do have a treadmill at home, it's good to head outside (with a mask) and get some sunshine and fresh air. Yes, it's cold. But remember the old adage: There's no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothes. Check out our Outdoor Gift Guide for more picks.

Cotopaxi Teca Full-Zip Windbreaker for $60 ($20 off)


WIRED Senior Writer Adrienne So uses this windbreaker in lieu of a soft-shell rain jacket when she wants something that's easy to stash away in a pocket. It weighs next to nothing and packs down to the size of a chest pocket, so it's a great just-in-case windbreaker for weather that looks untrustworthy when you leave home.

Nike Renew Run Running Shoes for $54 ($36 off)

Men’s: Dick’s Sporting Goods, Nike ($65+)

Women’s: Dick’s Sporting Goods ($60-65), Nike ($66+)

The Renew Run are a mid-priced trainer with a dual-density foam cushion under the midsole and mesh uppers. Pricing at Nike depends widely on colors, but use the code SHOP20 to take an extra 20 percent off sale prices at checkout.

Lululemon 28-Inch Leggings for $69 ($39 off)


When you dip outside for a jog in the winter, the temptation is to throw on some thermal leggings lined in warm, fleecy goodness. But do that, and you're going to overheat before you complete the first mile. Stick with a pair of regular tights or leggings. Better to start out cool than spend your whole run sweating, and then freeze because you're soaked. Go with full-length leggings like these instead of cropped leggings so your calves and ankles don't get chilly.

Fitness Gear 20-Pound Weighted Vest for $60 ($20 off)

Dick's Sporting Goods

Earlier this year I wrote about how a weighted vest was my secret weapon in the gym. I'd strap one on and hit the stair machine to train for climbing or use it during squats and lunges to work my core muscles. It adds an incredible boost in versatility to your workouts, and it comes especially handy when you're working out at home without a full rack of dumbbells at your disposal.

TRX Strong System Suspension Trainer for $112 ($38 off)

Dick's Sporting Goods, Best Buy

Weights aren't the only way to add strength training into your exercise routine. Attach the straps to a closed door in your home strong enough to support your body weight. Then work through the eight included exercises to build and tone muscle and strengthen your core. Unlike a complete set of dumbbells or an exercise machine that takes up a lot of floor or closet space, the TRX suspension trainer packs away small when you need to store it.

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A fitness tracker can tell you a lot about your body these days. The best of them help you plan and keep track of your workouts, whether you're trail running in the woods or circuit training in your apartment's basement gym. Read our Best Fitness Trackers guide for more. We have a few more smartwatch deals in our Cyber Monday phone and gadget deals guide.

Suunto 7 Smartwatch for $349 ($150 off)

Backcountry, Moosejaw

This watch can track workouts and help plan your hiking routes. It runs Google's Wear OS platform, which supports iOS but is particularly suited for those with Android phones. Senior writer Adrienne So says Wear OS makes the Suunto 7 easier to use than any Suunto fitness tracker that came before.

Fitbit Versa 3 for $200 ($30 off)


The Versa 3 has a 40-mm case with an AMOLED display, and it pairs as nicely with an iPhone as it does with Android devices. It's better suited if you want to see more notifications from your phone, plus it supports Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant.

★ Best for iPhone—Apple Watch Series 6 for $350 ($50 off)

Amazon, Walmart

The Apple Watch Series 6 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is the newest and best wearable for iPhone users. Read our Apple Watches guide to learn more.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 for $339 ($60 off)

Amazon, Target, Walmart, Best Buy

We're still in the process of reviewing this gadget, but WIRED's Julian Chokkattu says it's a great option for folks who don't use iPhones. Some of its features work only with a Samsung phone, but the rotating bezel and long battery life are pluses no matter which Android phone you're using.

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Fossil Gen 5E for $169 ($80 off)

Amazon (Men's), Amazon (Women's), Fossil ($149)

I'm just about to start testing Fossil's latest Wear OS by Google smartwatch. It can track your sleep, respond to notifications, track your fitness and heart rate, make contactless payments, and take calls via the built-in mic and speaker. On the inside, it's a little dated. It runs the slightly older Wear 3100 processor, so I don't recommend buying it if you intend on using it for anything more than checking notifications and tracking your heart rate or steps. (There are Wear OS watches with the significantly better 4100 chip coming next year.)

Photograph: Samsung

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 for $180 ($70 off)

Amazon, Target, B&H

This is a great, affordable smartwatch that can deliver you notifications and track your fitness metrics. It shares many of the same sensors as the Watch3 but with a slimmer and lighter design. Some functionality is limited on iOS (the same is true for the Watch3 above), but its battery lasts two to three days on a single charge.

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Solo Stove Bonfire for $230 ($110 off)

Solo Stove

Solo Stoves are more efficient wood-burners than traditional campfires, emitting less smoke and leaving less ash behind. We reviewed a similar version recently if you want to learn more, but the Bonfire is much more portable. Just toss it in the truck and take it wherever you plan on pitching camp for the night.

An even smaller and lighter version, the Solo Stove Lite, is available for $70 ($20 off). It's great for cooking dinner or just boiling water. The company is running a BOGO offer on the Lite, so if you buy one you can gift another to your hiking buddy for free. Stoves like the larger Titan and larger-still Campfire are also on sale and have the same BOGO free offer.

Marmot Ultra Elite 20 Sleeping Bag for $148 ($75 off)

Backcountry, Moosejaw ($159)

This is WIRED writer Matt Jancer's favorite synthetic sleeping bag. He recommends synthetic insulation over goose down for temperatures hovering around freezing point. If it warms up a bit and snow thaws, synthetics will dry out more quickly than goose down so your next night won't begin with you climbing into a damp bag.


Lifestraw Personal Water Filter for $13 ($7 off)


These handy water filters are good to have in your hiking pack or bug-out bag. They filter impurities out of up to 1,000 gallons of water, and the company claims that you could slurp out of a puddle safely. They’re also good for packing light since they aren’t as bulky as other filtration methods.

Camera Deals

Now is a great time to upgrade your camera kit. Whether that means adding a fancy lens to your smartphone or investing in a new camera, there's a deal out there for you.

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★ Our Top Pick—Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II for $500 ($130 off)

Amazon, Best Buy, B&H Photo

Our favorite compact camera is on sale. The G7 X captures detailed images thanks to a big 1-inch sensor, and it features optical image stabilization and 4.2x optical zoom. If you want to step up from your phone camera, the G7 X has a good balance of price, features, and image quality.

Moment 18-MM Wide-Angle Phone Lens for $100 ($20 off)


Moment lenses work in conjunction with required Moment phone cases to turn your phone into something that could rival a DSLR. There are cases available for iPhones as well as Samsung, Google, and OnePlus phones. Check here to see if there's a case for your model. Our favorite 58-mm telephoto lens is also on sale for $100 ($20 off).

Insta360 One R Twin Edition Camera for $407 ($73 off)

Amazon, Walmart ($399)

The One R (8/10, WIRED Recommends) combines the best of action and 360-degree cameras into one neat hybrid package. You can swap between lenses to shoot wide-angle in 4K at 60 frames per second or in 360 degrees for a striking visual effect.

Self-Care Deals

Shyn Electric Toothbrush Subscription Service for $57 ($73 off)


We found Shyn's wand-style toothbrush to be a convincing dupe for the much pricier Philips Sonicare line. A year's subscription comes with a sonic toothbrush, four brush heads, and a charging station. A Quip subscription is also significantly discounted, but despite its nearly heavy advertising, we liked brushing with that one the least.

Burst Rose Gold Doorburster Toothbrush Subscription Package for $70 ($50 off)


We liked Shyn's product better, but Burst has a unique feature—the brush heads are infused with binchotan charcoal to help with tooth whitening. This bundle also comes with a travel case.

Lelo Hugo Vibrator for $165 ($54 off)


Lelo's remote-controlled prostate vibrator features optional motion sensing, making it fun to use with or without other people. The size isn't too large for beginners, and despite the gendered language, Hugo can work for lots of body types. This is part of a wider sitewide promotion, which ends tonight.

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MysteryVibe Crescendo Vibrator for $105 ($45 off)


The MysteryVibe Crescendo has powerful vibrations and customization settings, and the design works well with different body types. The rest of MysteryVibes' lineup is also discounted.

Foreo UFO Mask Infusing Facial Device for $129 ($70 off)

Foreo, Dermstore

We like this unisex device and have included it in both our Mother's Day and Father's Day gift guides. Its LED lights, heating and cooling functions, and vibrations can give your skin-care routine a boost.

T3 Lucea Hair Straightener

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T3 Lucea ID Hair Straightener for $176 ($59 off)

T3Micro (enter HOLIDAY25 at checkout)

This is one of WIRED reviewer Medea Giordano's favorite flat irons. It can be used to straighten and curl, and there are different settings to help it perform well on every hair type.

Miss Jessie's Curly Hair Products Buy One Get One 50 Percent Off Sale

Miss Jessie's (Enter BOGO5020 at Checkout)

Writer Medea Giordano says Miss Jessie's hair products—a company founded by two sisters—helped control her curly hair. My absolute holy grail products, though, are the Leave in Condish and Pillow Soft Curls.

Eco-Friendly Deals

Nebia by Moen Rainshower Head and Wand

Photograph: Mark Serr/Moen

Nebia Spa Rain Showerhead for $215 ($54 off)


This beautiful reimagining of the humble low-flow showerhead has a glamorous origin story. The shower's mist has a remarkably low flow rate of 1.35 gallons per minute, with plenty of coverage, and uses about 45 percent less water than an average showerhead. WIRED writer Adrienne So recommends you have an enclosed shower stall—a shower curtain allows too much heat to diffuse for comfort.

Tushy Classic Bidet for $89 ($20 off)

Amazon, Huckberry ($79), Tushy ($89)

Bidets have become a popular way to get around the toilet paper shortages of 2020. But even once the TP supply starts flowing again, you might think about reducing your usage for the sake of all the trees used to make it. WIRED senior writer Adrienne So reviewed one earlier this year, and senior editor Jason Kehe raved about his Tushy last year, long before toilet paper shortages were even a concern.

Cleancult Sustainable Soap and Cleaners for 40 Percent Off

Cleancult Store

Cleancult makes some of the best sustainable cleaners. You’ll get a set of refillable containers, plus eco-friendly hand soap, dish soap, all-purpose cleaner, laundry detergent, and dish tablets. This bundle also comes with bar soaps, dryer balls, and a funnel. The products are plant-based, smell fantastic, and are much more sustainable overall than buying new plastic bottles every month. Note that Cleancult is subscription-based and will offer you a membership for regular refill cartons. Be sure to opt out of refills in your profile on the website if you’d rather wait.

Kinflyte Freedom Posture Bra for $83 ($36 off)


This bra will help you keep your back straight. Kinflyte's garments are made of recycled polyester knits from post-consumer plastic bottles, so they're eco-friendly too. I've been living in these posture bras. They're super comfy and flattering, with compression panels and a grippy material on the shoulders that prevent them from hunching.

Tentree TreeFleece Sweatpant for $54 ($14 off)

Tentree (Men’s), Tentree (Women’s

You don’t need to wear pants when you’re working from home, but these sweatpants have been WIRED editor Julian Chokkattu's go-to for many months. He says they're amazingly soft and comfortable, and better yet, they’re sustainable! They're made from organic cotton, recycled polyester, and Tencel, a wood pulp fiber. Tentree also plants a tree for every purchase you make.

Video Game Deals

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Hades (Nintendo Switch) for $20 ($5 off)


This is WIRED writer Louryn Strampe's absolute favorite game of 2020. It's fun to play and ridiculously hard. Luckily, when you inevitably die over and over again, you'll just further the storyline. Read more about it in WIRED's review.

Photograph: PlayStation

Death Stranding (PS4/PS5) for $20 ($20 off)


Hideo Kojima directed this bizarre-in-a-good-way game. You play as Sam, a deliveryman in a postapocalyptic world ravaged by angry, hungry ghost-monsters. (We feel it's important to mention that Sam is played by Norman Reedus.)

Final Fantasy VII Remake (PS4/PS5) for $43 ($17 off)


It's the first part of a planned series, but this completely re-imagined version of the PlayStation classic, Final Fantasy VII is worth checking out, even if you never played the original. It's fresh, fun, and features lavish visuals.

Courtesy of Obsidian Entertainment

The Outer Worlds (Xbox One/Series X/S) for $20 ($40 off)

Microsoft Store ($24)

If you're into side quests and anti-capitalism, or you're looking to fill the void that Fallout left, this is a good RPG to pick up. Read our review for more.

Doom Eternal (Xbox One/Series X/S) for $20 ($40 off)


Who hasn't wanted to rip and tear their way through demonic legions in literal hell while clad in super-powered space armor? Well, now you can, in the follow-up to the wildly successful Doom reboot. It's just as satisfying as the original, but it is admittedly a more-of-the-same situation. Thankfully, the gameplay served up in the first game is strong enough to hold up a sequel.

Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order (Xbox One/Series X/S) for $25 ($35 off)


We're not getting a new Star Wars movie this holiday season (at least we have Baby Yoda), but you can still get your fix by taking on the role of a Jedi padawan as he searches the galaxy for the remnants of an ancient civilization. Also, lightsaber fights. You get to do a lot of lightsaber fights.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection for $26 ($14 off)


Ever played a Halo game before? Now's the time to dive into this remastered set that includes six titles, from the first Combat Evolved to Halo Reach.

Samsung EVO Select 256 GB MicroSD Card for $25 ($10 off)


We’ve seen MicroSD cards with smaller capacities sell for more than this. This card usually sells for around $36, but today’s deal is still a good one. MicroSD cards are handy to have around, especially for things like the Nintendo Switch.

Pets and Parenting Deals

Who deserves a holiday treat more than our babies (of the two- and four-legged variety)? For more ideas, check out our Best STEM Toys and Best Dog Accessories guides.

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Echo Dot Kids Edition for $39 ($21 off)


The very cute Echo Dot Kids Edition comes with some parental controls and a one-year subscription to Amazon Kids+. Alexa can read your kiddo bedtime stories, play age-appropriate music, and more. Keep in mind that the Kids+ subscription automatically renews at $3 per month, so don't forget to cancel if you're not interested in paying for it.

Osmo Explorer Starter Kit for $159 ($68 off)

Osmo (Discount Applied at Checkout)

Osmo’s learning kits are one of the best ways we’ve found to transfer digital, onscreen learning into tactile blocks that your kids can manipulate using their hands. There’s a dedicated Cyber Monday sale on their site, but a few of their sets are on sale at Amazon as well.

Square Off Kingdom Set for $369 ($30 off)

Square Off Store (Enter BLACKFRIDAY at Checkout)

If you enjoyed binge-watching The Queen's Gambit and somebody in your home is suddenly curious about chess, this Bluetooth-connected chess set is fun. It moves the pieces automatically as you play against a computer or another person via the app (it connects to Chess.com, so you'll never run out of people to play with). This is also a great way to watch how classic chess games played out in real life.

Sago Mini Minibox Gift Subscription for $9 ($10 off)

Sago Mini Store (Enter FIRSTBOX9 at Checkout)

This is a great gift subscription box for kids. It encourages explorative play, and requires much less parental supervision to assemble and play with than many of the other boxes we tested.

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Fi Smart Dog Collar for $74 ($75 off)

TryFi (Enter CYBERMONDAY at Checkout)

The Fi smart dog collar is our favorite tracker for rugged outdoor dogs (or escape artists who get out of the yard). The Series 2 upgrade has a bigger battery, slightly nicer hardware, and a better antenna. The GPS plan is free for 30 days so you can try it out, but it's $99 per year afterward.

Penny Ellyse 22-inch Skateboard for $70 ($40 off)

Penny Skateboards

Many of us have taken up some new outdoor sport in quarantine. If you jumped on the skating craze but can't quite manage it indoors, try a tiny Penny. WIRED writer Adrienne So bought a pink one for her daughter and ended up keeping it for herself. The aluminum trucks and soft wheels mean it rides like a real skateboard, not a toy.

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