Well, of course Amazon devices are on-sale this Black Friday. But these are the devices that received our highest editorial ratings.
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Delivering 100 watts of power and styled with Ford Raptor truck accents, the ION Audio Raptor is rain-proof and includes an integrated radio. It's now $217 on Amazon, just $7 shy of its lowest price in 2020.
The Adonit PhotoGrip Qi can wirelessly charge both Android and iPhones, and comes with a Bluetooth shutter button and tripod to level up your smartphone photography game. It's now $48, its lowest price ever on Amazon.
The 240Wh Jackery Portable Power Station Explorer is compact yet loaded with power-up options. It's now 18% off, and $17 shy from its all-time low price on Amazon.
We absolutely loved the first version of these earphones, giving them a 5-star rating for their exceptional sound quality. Now the newer version is on sale at Amazon for a handsome discount.
Armed with heart-rate and blood oxygen sensors, the Versa 2 is the Fitbit most people will want. Amazon has it for 25% off MSRP.
No, it's not technically a deal at $350. But at a time when so many monitors are sold out, this 32-inch. 4K Philips display has really caught our attention. It's in stock and ships within a week.
With the same warranty as a new pair, these QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones II are only $200 on eBay—a huge drop from their $350 new selling price.
Topping the list is our pick for best all-around robot vacuum, the iRobot Roomba 960 for $400.
We love the 65t, giving them 4.5 stars out of 5. And now at $100, they're at an all-time low on Amazon, and 41% less than list price.
Google first Pixel earbuds were, well, pretty underwhelming. Coming in early 2020 for $179, the updated model will feature a true wireless design, and promise a better experience overall.
Despite a frustrating install, Ring Video Doorbell 2 is still a welcome, improved version of the original doorbell-slash-security camera.
Just five months before Google is expected to release the Pixel 4, it's unveiled a low-priced Pixel 3. Here's why you may want to buy the budget phone.
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