Day two of Amazon Prime Day 2021 is fully underway with huge savings to snap up across tech, home and kitchen appliances, fashion, alcohol, kids’ toys, but you need to act fast as the event ends at midnight tonight.
One of the best times of the year to bag yourself a bargain, you can find more than 2 million deals across the site during the sale – particularly on big-ticket items from coveted brands including Shark, Samsung and Apple, as well as on Amazon’s own products.
Yesterday, we saw 55 per cent off beard trimmers, 40 per cent off the Fitbit versa 2, the Instant Pot Duo nearly half price and 50 per cent off Shark vacuums.
Whether you’ve had your eye on a new laptop, TV, Nintendo Switch console, Apple AirPods or an Emma mattress, the second and final day of the flash sale is upon us meaning it’s the last chance you have to fill up your online basket for a fraction of the usual cost.
To save you scrolling and to keep you across the last day of the shopping bonanza, make sure to follow our live coverage here where you can find stellar deals, unrivalled savings and the best advice on navigating the huge sale. So finalise your wish list and happy shopping!
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After a new TV? Panasonic’s TX-55HX600BZ 55in 4K TV has £240 off for Prime Day
Panasonic TX-55HX600BZ 55in 4K multi HDR LED LCD smart TV: Was £659, now £499, Amazon.co.uk
Reduced from just over £650 to just under £500, this is one of the best TV deals we’ve spotted. It comes with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos for picture-perfect image quality and immersive, high-quality audio.
There’s a built-in browser that allows you to surf the web, scroll through your social media apps, play games online and watch videos on demand. You’ll have fast and easy access to streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Now TV, BT Sport and more.
Save 20% on Disney’s ‘Toy Story’ Buzz Lightyear figurine right now
Disney Toy Story Pixar Buzz Lightyear: Was £13.98, now £11.19, Amazon.co.uk
It doesn’t seem real that Disney Pixar’s Toy Story has been out for 25 years, but here we are. Get your hands on the iconic Buzz Lightyear action figure complete with rocket, lazers, retractable helmet and anti-gravity belt. We’re sure your kids will have fun playing for an infinite number of hours and beyond.
There’s a huge 70% off this Philips sonicare electric toothbrush
Philips sonicare advanced whitening edition rechargeable toothbrush: Was £300, now £89, Amazon.co.uk
Given that a similar Philips sonicare brush nabbed the top spot in our best electric toothbrushes review, we were excited to see another going for such a low price. This model comes with four modes that not only deliver a deep clean, but also help to keep gums healthy and teeth looking pearly white.
And if you’re guilty of going a little too long between changing your electric toothbrush head, this one actually alerts you when it’s time to switch things up.
Samsung Galaxy buds+ are now at their lowest price ever right now
If you’ve been after some earbuds, you’re in luck as Amazon has slashed the price of Samsung’s popular Galaxy buds+ by £100 for Prime Day.
These in-ear buds from Samsung boast an 11-hour battery life, sublime audio quality and a secure but comfortable fit – features that our writer can attest to after they reviewed them head to head against Apple AirPods pro.
According to our technology critic, the Samsung’s Galaxy buds+ had “the edge in terms of a secure but comfortable fit”, and the battery life on the Samsung models is much better than the Apple AirPods pro.
Save £80 on this GoPro hero 8 bundle in the Prime Day sale
GoPro hero 8 black bundle: Was £329.99, now £249.99, Amazon.co.uk
Photography pros, amateurs and anyone in between – there’s £80 of a GoPro hero 8 black bundle this Prime Day. Earning the top spot in our round-up of the best action cameras, the GoPro is waterproof up to 10m, delivers footage in high quality 4K, and comes with GoPro’s well-loved stabilization system.
“We found that you still get amazing high-quality, smooth footage and a great overall package,” our reviewer said.
Save 43% on the TikTok-famous Revlon hot brush right now
Revlon pro collection one step dryer and volumiser: Was £59.99, now £33.99, Amazon.co.uk
Among the myriad beauty deals up for grabs this Prime Day, we’ve spotted a whopping 43 per cent off the Revlon pro collection one step dryer and volumiser, which went viral on TikTok last year.
The best Apple iPad 2nd and 4th gen deals this Prime Day
Apple seldom offer discounts on its products but we’ve spotted a few great deals on iPads during this year’s Prime Day sale.
Apple iPad air, 10.9in, 4th gen, 64GB: Was £579, now £553.38, Amazon.co.uk
The newest iPad air is one of the most powerful and versatile tablets Apple has ever created. It took the number one spot in our round-up of the best tablets, where our reviewer praised the device’s cutting-edge specs: “It also has the most advanced processor Apple has installed in a tablet, the A14 Bionic, which is also found in the iPhone 12 pro.” While not a big saving, it’s well worth your money.
Apple iPad pro, 11in, 2nd gen, 512GB: Was £1,069, now £874.97, Amazon.co.uk
The 2020 model of the top-of-the-range iPad pro is still a fiercely powerful device, with an A12 bionic chip thrumming away behind its luscious, 11in, edge-to-edge retina display. Snap it up while there’s nearly 20 per cent off.
Save 30% on this Garmin forerunner GPS smartwatch
Garmin forerunner 245 GPS running smartwatch, grey: Was £249.99, now £169, Amazon.co.uk
The Garmin forerunner 245 – now reduced by more than 30 per cent – is a well-designed wearable and one of the best smartwatches for runners. It has a built-in GPS for measuring your pace and storing routes, which can be seamlessly uploaded to services like Strava for more analysis.
Heart-rate tracking and VO2 estimates monitor your fitness as your exercise, and the accompanying app can be used to track trends and set goals.
Browse our Prime Day guide for the very best deals and offers on everything from smartwatches to phones
Rest easy with 51% off in the Emma mattress Prime Day sale
In the market for a new mattress? Now’s your chance to save on the leading brand Emma with up to 51 per cent off this Prime Day.
Emma original double mattress: Was £699, now £340.73, Amazon.co.uk
The Emma original was praised by our reviewer for adapting to any bed base. The medium-firm mattress “suits all body shapes and types of sleepers… and there’s no disturbance to your partner if you’re a fidgety sleeper”, they said.
The king size Emma original mattress also has 51 per cent off (was £799, now £393.66, Amazon.co.uk).
Emma hybrid double mattress: Was £809, now £446.02, Amazon.co.uk
As well as coming out on top when compared to the Simba hybrid, the Emma hybrid also earned a spot in our round-up of the best mattresses. Our reviewer praised the mattress’s durability, breathability and four-layered design. “The bottom one is a type of foam that’s specially made to support your heavier body parts; then comes a foam which contours to your body and distributes pressure; third is the breathable pocket sprung layer with 2,000 springs.”
Hurry! This half price lightning deal on a Shark cordless vacuum won’t last long
Shark anti-wrap cordless stick vacuum cleaner: Was £399.99, now £199.99, Amazon.co.uk
The ideal model for pet owners, this model has a flexible head and is free from cables, so it won’t get tangled, and also allows you to clean those harder-to-reach nooks and crannies. Not only that, it has a 40-minute running time on a full charge, and is made with Shark’s anti-hair-wrap technology, so it will clean the brush head as it sucks up dirt from your carpet and hardwood floors.
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