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

Instax Mini 9 Instant Camera

From: Argos

Was: £69.99

Now: £59.99 (£10 off)

Save £10 on this instant camera from Fujifilm, which uses Instax Mini format film.

Nikon D3400 DSLR Camera

From: Jessops

Was: £449

Now: £374 (£75 off when you use the code NIKONDISCOUNT at checkout)

Use the code NIKONDISCOUNT at checkout to get this Nikon D3400 Digital SLR with an 18-55mm lens for £374. Available in red or black.

Sony Digital Compact Camera

From: Amazon

Was: £330

Now: £269 (£61 off)

An advanced compact camera with WiFi and a tiltable LCD screen.

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Fitness Tracker Deals

Fitbit Blaze Fitness Watch

From: Very

Was: £149.99

Now: £139.99 (£10 off)

Almost a fully fledged smartwatch but not quite as feature-packed as the Ionic, you can pick up the Blaze with £10 off.

Fitbit Ionic Smartwatch

From: Amazon

Was: £299.99

Now: £271.56 (£28.43 off)

Get more than £28 off Fitbit's first fully-fledged smartwatch. Read our Ionic review here.

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Smart Home Deals

Amazon Dash Buttons

From: Amazon

Was: £4.99

Now: £1.99 (60% off)

Grab any Dash button for just £2 as part of Amazon's Black Friday savings.

Samsung SmartThings Starter Kit

From: Argos

Was: £199.99

Now: £99.99 (50% off)

Smarten up your home with this kit, including a variety of smart sensors, now half price.

Google Home Mini

From: Currys

Was: £49

Now: £34 (£15 off)

Google's Home Mini smart speaker has a major price reduction just weeks after its release. Read our review.

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Drone deals

Red5 Sky Drone Pro V2

From: Argos

Was: £99.99

Now: £49.99 (50% off)

Bigger than many other drones at this price, the Sky Drone Pro quadcopter is just £49.99 at Argos.

Nikko Air DRL Elite Racing Drone Set

From: Argos

Was: £69.99

Now: £39.99 (£30 off)

This little drone comes with a set that allows you to create custom race tracks and challenge your friends.

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More Gadgets Deals

Now TV Box with 3 Month Sky Cinema Pass

From: Argos

Was: £39.99

Now: £19.99 (50% off)

Get a Now TV streaming box and 3 months of Sky Cinema streaming for just half price.

X-Rocker Adrenaline Gaming Chair

From: Argos

Was: £159.99

Now: £108.99 (£51 off)

Get almost a third off this gaming chair, with built in speakers, vibration motors, and Bluetooth connectivity.

3 months of reading for just £7.99 a month with Readly

From: Readly

Now: £7.99 per month

Unlimited access to over 2,400 magazines to read online or online across multiple devices.

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Gadget Deals 2017

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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