Recently, Amazon announced its Black Friday sale dates, giving us a glimpse of the deals we could look forward to later this month. Those markdowns are finally here, and among them, you’ll find hundreds of shop-worthy kitchen and home tech products. Many of these sought-after brands are notoriously pricey, so whether you’re after a robot vacuum that takes the hassle out of cleaning your floors or bakeware from luxe brands, now’s the time to snag them. Plus, if you have yet to complete your holiday shopping, our top picks below all make great gifts for loved ones. Below, you’ll find Apple products, cast iron cookware, top-of-the-line countertop appliances, and more. In short, the sale leaves nothing to be desired. There’s no telling how long inventory will last, so you’ll want to stock up before your coveted picks are gone. So have a look below, add items to your cart, and save big on your next great home buys.
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Apple AirPods (2nd Generation)
$99 (was $129)
Any Apple fan knows that finding a discount on its best-selling products is rare, making this markdown on Apple AirPods a deal you’re going to want to jump on. The headphones also come equipped with a charging case that holds multiple charges and gives you over 24 hours of battery life. Plus, their wireless design makes them a convenient addition to your work commutes, gym sessions, and everything in between.
KitchenAid 4.5-Quart Classic Series Stand Mixer
$269.99 (was $329.99)
Good deals on KitchenAid stand mixers are rare, so we recommend grabbing this countertop staple for less while you can. The great thing about it is, you don’t have to be a baker to enjoy this device — it’s great for mixing all kinds of savory recipes and can be upgraded with attachments for making everything from homemade sausages to pasta to shaved ice.
iRobot Roomba 694 Robot Vacuum
$159 (was $274.99)
If you want to keep your space squeaky clean but don’t have the time to do so, the Roomba 694 does all the work for you with the push of a button — or the sound of your voice. The WiFi-enabled vacuum is equipped with Alexa and the iRobot HOME app, so you can schedule a cleanup for your carpets and hardwood floors as often as you’d like. It also features an edge-sweeping brush to get into crevices, and its advanced sensors help the device navigate around corners and under furniture.
Le Creuset Stoneware Rectangular Dish with Platter Lid
$99.95 (was $124.95)
Le Creuset is pulling double duty with this stoneware stunner. The rectangular dish is a classic, ready for any lasagna or casserole. To top it off (literally), the lid doubles as a serving platter, meaning you can use this piece to bake your brownies, show them off, and then store the rest. The dense stoneware also cooks evenly but blocks moisture absorption, so there’s no cracking or chipping.
Samsung 55-Inch 4K Class QLED The Frame
$977.99 (was $1,497.99)
If you have any doubts that tech products could double as decor, just check out The Frame TV by Samsung. When this TV isn’t in active use, you can put it in art mode, so it looks like a framed, matte print on the wall — and you can even display your own photos and artworks. If that isn’t already reason enough to buy this super stylish device, it also has fantastic color quality.
Breville Mini Smart Oven
$127.95 (was $179.95)
This mini toaster oven is the perfect kitchen addition for those with limited counter space who still desire the full range of options that a toaster oven offers. With eight cooking settings to choose from, the Breville oven is a multifunctional pro at toasting, broiling, roasting, reheating, and more. Plus, it makes for a great gift for those who still work from home and appreciate speedy (and delicious!) lunches.
Nespresso VertuoPlus Coffee and Espresso Machine
$153.30 (was $219)
Transport yourself to an Italian bistro — without ever leaving your kitchen — with Nespresso’s VertuoPlus machine. With this appliance on your side, you can pull rich espresso shots every time. Each morning (or let’s be honest, morning and afternoon), you’ll get to choose from a wide selection of Nespresso’s expertly-formulated capsules that deliver barista-worthy brews every single time. Then, top it all off with some perfectly frothed milk thanks to the included milk frother.
Amazon 4K Fire TV Stick
$24.99 (was $49.99)
Transform any TV into the smart device of your dreams by upgrading your remote to a Fire TV stick, which will give you instant access to must-watch streaming services. Alexa voice-activated commands allow you to painlessly find your favorite shows, while personalized profiles help you to keep things PG for the kids or prevent your partner’s baking obsession from clogging up your queue. That’s a feature we can all be grateful for.
Mueller Pro-Series 10-in-1 Vegetable Chopper
$35.87 (was $59.99)
Seriously cut down on your chopping time (see what we did there?) with this game-changing 10-in-1 tool. It tackles 10 different food prep tasks by using various blades, including ones that slice, julienne, dice, and more. When you’re done, just pop it in the dishwasher!
Ring Video Doorbell with Indoor Cam
$79.99 (was $139.99)
Thousands of homeowners (and renters) love the Ring doorbell, and when you become acquainted with its capabilities, you will, too. With this bundle, you can get two fan-favorite Ring products for less. It comes with the tried-and-true video doorbell cam, which lets you keep an eye on the front of your home at all times, as well as an indoor camera for added security.
Vitamix 5200 Blender
$394.19 (was $549.99)
The Vitamix 5200 is a best-seller for a reason. This super-powerful, ultra-durable blender features a large 64-ounce container, aircraft-grade hardened stainless-steel blades, and a self-cleaning function for easy maintenance. Use it for both food processing and everyday snacks, like smoothies.
Apple Watch Series 8
$299.99 (was $399)
Apple’s signature smartwatch goes far beyond just a fitness tracker or calorie counter — it’s a full-blown game-changer, right on your wrist. Built-in cellular allows phone calls, texting, and emailing, while a screen displays your favorite apps, podcasts, music, and more. Of course, you can track your fitness efforts, too, but with new health features that include temperature sensors, blood oxygen tracking, and sleep monitoring, this is not your average piece of health tech.
Pyrex Freshlock 14-Piece Glass Food Storage Container Set
$36.20 (was $44.99)
We trust Pyrex for food storage, and this glass set gives you enough containers to hold all kinds of leftovers and prepped ingredients. Both the containers and lids are microwave- and dishwasher-safe, which makes them great for bringing a lunch to work or bringing small dishes to share at a potluck. And because the lids lock super securely, you’ll never worry about leaks or spills.
Lodge 6-Quart Enameled Cast-Iron Dutch Oven
$79.90 (was $133)
We bet this cast-iron Dutch oven will become a central piece in your kitchen for a long, long time. It’s safe to use on all stovetop types (including induction) and in the oven up to 500°F, and it’s available in multiple gorgeous colors. One of our contributors even called it her “most used piece of cookware.”
$89.99 (was $129.99)
What’s more luxurious than having complete control over the temperature in your home? The Nest thermostat delivers on that promise in style and can save whoever you give it to a little money in the process. Plus, you can control it from anywhere right from your phone, and come home to a pleasantly cool or toasty space.
Dyson V8 Cordless Vacuum
$299.99 (was $365)
There’s a reason this vacuum is a well-known favorite, and it’s not only because the V8 is one of Dyson’s most affordable offerings. This lightweight cleaning essential has the power and durability that the brand is known for; plus, it specializes in tackling pet hair, which is pretty game-changing. The vacuum’s long-lasting filter is washable, and your pet’s hair won’t clog the vacuum. Plus, the V8 is incredibly lightweight and easy to maneuver.
KitchenAid 3.5-Cup Food Chopper
$44.99 (was $59.99)
This mini food chopper from KitchenAid is a must-have for prepping small-batch dips, chopping garlic, blending dressings, or making flavorful herb rubs. The processing bowl, lid, and blade are all dishwasher-safe, and a drizzle spout in the lid lets you neatly stream in oil to emulsify ingredients as it chops. The chopper is available in an array of colors, including this silver shade for 25 percent off!
All-Clad D3 Stainless Steel Frying Pan Set
$160.99 (was $229.99)
All-Clad’s frying pans will take you from breakfast through dinner: frying, browning, searing, braising, sautéeing — and then heating up some nacho dip as a midnight snack. And, since this pan checks so many boxes, it’s ideal for people with small kitchens or limited storage for cookware. With this 10- and 12-inch duo, you’ll be all set!
Echo Show 5
$39.99 (was $89.99)
With the Echo Show, you can display the time or weather reports for a quick update, or use the power of Alexa to stream cooking shows or podcasts. The compact 5.5-inch display screen can also connect to video calls or serve as a digital photo album or a handy display screen for recipes. Combined, the Echo and Alexa will be the electronic eyes and ears of your home.
Ninja AF101 Air Fryer
$89.95 (was $129.99)
The ultimate in low-oil cooking, this Ninja air fryer can produce crispy, delicious food with up to 75 percent less fat. The 4-quart capacity has ample space (for up to 2 pounds of french fries!), and with minimal preheat time and temperature settings up to 400°F, your crispy eats will be ready in no time.