Due to the number of deals I am breaking up my post into two, with Amazon first and then other retailers to follow.
The Fitbit Versa has been a huge success and if you can afford it is well worth the extra over a tracker such as the Charge. It has multi-day battery life, can store songs on your watch, offers dynamic personal training and has access to a range of apps developed by Fitbit.
The main downside is that there is no built-in GPS and instead it relies on your phone. However, at this price point, I don't think there are many smartwatches that can compete with it. It is also considerably nicer looking than the more expensive GPS enabled Ionic.
If you are getting into running or cycling then Garmin is the go-to brand, these are less smart watch orientated and more sports orientated than the Fitbit Versa. All of the options for sale are great, I personally used the Garmin Forerunner 235 for a couple of years, it does have its quirks, but overall it is probably the best budget running watch out there.
For a little bit extra you can get the Garmin Vivoactive 3 which is a much more attractive watch so a great choice for 24/7 wear. It is a newer model too and comes with better software running on it giving you access to more smartwatch orientated functions as well as having a touchscreen.
Alternatively, the Garmin Forerunner 735XT is just £10 more than that at £189.99 and offers you basically all the features of the very expensive Fenix range but at a fraction of the price. This is an amazing multisports watch, perfect for triathletes.
I have been holding out for a PS4 Pro, or a OneX, but if you are on a budget there are loads of great One S deals. Amazon have the console plus three games available all for £199.
Options include Battlefield V + Spyro Trilogy Reignited + Fallout 76: S.*.*.C.*.*.L. Edition. Or with Battlefield + Forza Horizon 4 + Spyro
This is not quite as good of a deal as I was hoping for, but it is what it is, and its the first proper PS4 Pro deal so far. I have bought one for delivery next week with the hope a better one comes up
The Sonos One has to be one of if not the best Alexa enabled speaker, I have the original none smart version and it is amazing, great sound quality for the price that far outclasses the Echo alternatives.
The Sonos beam has only just been launch so this is a great discount, this is the first Sonos with an HDMI socket making it much better as a soundbar. While it is quite small it can still produce superb sound.
If you think a slow cooker is good you need to buy one of these, it is slow cooking but fast. This is the ultimate stew maker and the cheapest price it has been. Its 1,445 five star reviews are there for a good reason, this is the best pressure cooker you can buy.
As the name suggests you can use it for multiple functions including Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Saute/Browning, Yoghurt Maker, Steamer and Warmer
If you are still on spinning drives you need to upgrade, trust me. NVMes have impressive numbers but the real world performance is negligible and anyone on a budget should just stick with these SSDs.
The 500GB option is perfect for a budget build, you could easily get by with just this in your computer. Alternatively, the 1TB option is enough for most people to never need a secondary mechanical drive.
I have reviewed several mesh Wi-Fi systems now, including the Netgear Orbi RBK23 and the Netgear systems are the market leader for a reason, they perform flawlessly offering you seamless Wi-Fi across your home.
While the RBK23 is great, this deal is for the flagship RBK50, most people will get by with just the dual satellite option, but you can always upgrade this with an additional satellite at a later date.
This is not a deal I was expecting to find on Amazon. The WaterRower is an amazing rowing machine that uses water resistance rather than fans and magnets nice more other rowers or ergometers. The makes the WaterRower feel and sound more like rowing in real life, it is also considerably quieter with a more pleasant sound profile.
With rowing a single stroke on the uses 84% of total muscle mass. This enables a high-intensity workout building lean muscle and burning maximum calories. Whilst also putting minimal labour and impact on your back and joints.
The WaterRower has been designed to fit seamlessly into the home environment. In contrast to traditional exercise equipment, the aesthetically pleasing look of the WaterRower means that it compliments the decor of almost any room in the house.
I am a UK tech blogger and have been in the industry for over ten years now, running Mighty Gadget and its sister sites and contributing to other sites around the web. I am passionate about all tech, including computers/networking, mobile, wearables, and smart homes. I am also a fitness fanatic, being both a keen runner and cyclist, so I cover as much fitness tech as possible.