Gadget Deals

From drones and remote-controlled cars to selfie sticks and robot toys, gadget deals are rolling in and Tech Advisor has all of the best. Grab them now!

Best Gadgets Deals

Camera Deals

HP Sprocket Photo Printer 200 Limited Edition Gift Bundle

From: Amazon

Was: £129.99

Now: £94.99 (£35 off)

Save £30 on this bundle that includes the wireless HP Sprocket Photo Printer, a Sprocket Hard Case, 10 sheets of photo paper and the Sprocket Light Strings with clips to display your photos.

Ricoh GR II Compact System Camera

From: Amazon

Was: £599.99

Now: £419 (£180 off)

This Amazon Deal of the Day saves you £180 off this Ricoh compact system camera with Wi-Fi. Ends today.

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Drone deals

Red5 Motion Control Drone


Was: £34.99

Now: £19.99 (£15 off)

Control this fun drone with an easy to use motion controller.

Parrot Bebop 2 Drone

From: Amazon

Was: £449.99

Now: £279.99 (£170 off)

The Bebop 2, should you just want the barebones drone rather than the Power kit, is good value at this price.

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Fitness Tracker Deals

Fitbit Versa

From: Amazon

Was: £199

Now: £168.81 (£31.18 off)

Tech Advisor's #1 recommended Fitbit smartwatch now has £31 off on Amazon Available in Black, Peach, Grey and White

Fitbit Ionic

From: Amazon

Was: £279

Now: £190 (£89 off)

Fitbit's high-end GPS fitness smartwatch is perfect for both the multi-sports enthusiast and the casual get-fit user

Garmin Vivoactive 3 GPS

From: Amazon

Was: £279.99

Now: £179.99 (£100 off)

Save £100 on the Vivoactive 3 GPS. Hurry, it's a Deal of the Day from Amazon, so it won't last long.

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Power Bank Deals

Bitmore Juucee 5-Pack

From: My memory

Was: £39.99

Now: £8.99 (£31 off)

An unbelievably good deal on a five-pack of power banks, which could make a great stocking filler for each member of the family.

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Smart Home Deals

Google Pixel 3 or Pixel 3XL

From: Google Store

Now: £100 off (and £75 store credit)

Until January 14, you can save big on the Google's Pixel 3 or Pixel 3XL phones.

Sonos One (with Alexa)

From: Sonos

Was: £199

Now: £179 (£20 off)

See our Sonos One review, where it received 4 stars out of 5 and a Recommended badge. You can also save £50 if you buy two Sonos One speakers.

Neato Botvac D5 Connected Robot Vacuum

From: Amazon

Was: £599.99

Now: £329.99 (£270 off)

This Neato robot vacuum can be controlled directly from your phone, and has £270 off

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Baby Tech Deals

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More Gadgets Deals

PS4 Dualshock USB Wireless Adaptor

From: GAME

Was: £19.99

Now: £1.99 (£18 off)

This wireless adaptor is currently £75 on Amazon – at £1.99, it's practically a steal.

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Gadget Deals 2018

There are so many gadgets on sale that it'll be tempting to snap up anything with a half price sticker, which is why it's worth thinking about what you want to buy in advance and try to stick to that list. You'll find lots of drones, robots and other fun tech that'll make great gifts too, so a list of people you're looking to buy for could come in handy. Here's what we'd recommend looking out for.

Techy toys: Drones, robots, remote-controlled cars

There are two types of gadgets: Toys and necessities. The first category is the most fun, but also the category you should consider more carefully. Do you really need to buy that £500 drone or will a £30 remote-controlled helicopter suffice?

We expect the most popular deals in this category to be Sphero's Lightning McQueen and Spiderman, so snap those up quickly if you are set on buying them.

Tech necessities: Cables, power banks, in-car kit

The second category may sound a bit boring but now is the perfect time to buy. If you need new cables, chargers, mounts or battery packs, our deals will help you save cash that you can spend on something a bit more exciting.

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