The Best Cyber Monday Vacuum, Kitchen, and Home Deals

The Best Cyber Monday Vacuum, Kitchen, and Home Deals

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Best vacuum deals

Cordless stick vacuums
Photo: Michael Hession

iRobot Roomba 675
Street price: $270; deal price: $200
This is a nice opportunity to save on one of our top robot vacuum picks, the iRobot Roomba 675. Essentially the same bot as our other top pick, the Roomba 614, this model also includes Wi-Fi.

Eufy RoboVac 11S
Street price: $220; deal price: $151 with clipped on-page coupon, code EUFYROBOVAC
A budget pick in our guide to the best robot vacuums, the Eufy RoboVac 11S offers a low profile and a slim design. Due to that low profile, it may be able to clean more of your house because it can fit under coffee tables and end tables. Clip the on-page coupon and use the provided code to get the deal.

Eufy RoboVac 11S Robot Vacuum
Street price: $220; deal price: $150
Down to $150 with clipped on-page coupon, this matches the lowest price we’ve seen on the Eufy Robovac 11S, our budget pick for best robot vacuum. If you’re looking for a quiet robot vacuum with a low profile that fits under more furniture, then this may be the option for you.

iRobot Roomba 960
Street price: $520; deal price: $400
Matching the previous best price we’ve noted, the iRobot Roomba 960 is available again for $450. The upgrade pick in our guide to the best robot vacuums, it looks smart and cleans efficiently, and it’s particularly effective against pet hair.

Dyson V8 Animal Cordless Vacuum
Street price: $400; deal price: $250
This variant of the runner-up pick in our guide to the best cordless stick vacuum is down to $250, even lower than the price we originally posted at.

Dysvon V11 Torque Drive w/ Floor Dock
Street price: $700; deal price: $500
Matching the deal direct from Dyson, it also comes with a free Floor Dock for charging and a set of accessories when you auto-register for the 2-year warranty. Down to the lowest price we’ve seen, this is a big drop on our pricey but powerful upgrade pick for cordless stick vacuum. This lagship Dyson automatically adjusts suction according to the surface it’s on and cleans carpets better than even some plug-ins. It’s significantly more expensive than any other cordless vac, but it may make vacuuming actually enjoyable.

Kitchen appliance and cooking deals

The hamilton beach smooth touch can opener sitting on a wooden kitchen table with some open cans.
Photo: Michael Hession

LG WM3900H Washing Machine
Street price: $1,000; deal price: $800
Down to $800, this is a deal that brings the new top pick in our guide to the best washing machines down to less than any of our other picks. Appliance deals aren’t the most common over Cyber Monday, so this is a good chance to get a washer we like at a discount.

Breville BOV800XL Smart Oven
Street price: $250; deal price: $180
Down to the lowest price we’ve seen, this is a big drop in price on our runner-up pick for best toaster oven. It maintains temperature remarkably well, but it is slower at preheating, doesn’t toast as evenly, and costs more than our main picks, but this sale brings it significantly closer to the price of our top pick.

OXO Conical Burr Coffee Grinder
Street price: $100; deal price: $80
The OXO Brew Conical Burr Coffee Grinder, the budget pick in our guide to the best coffee grinder, is back on sale for $80. The standard price for nearly every quality steel or ceramic burr grinder with any setting variability generally sits over $100, which is also the street price for this option. This model doesn’t grind quite as evenly or finely as some of the more expensive grinders in our guide, but it is function-rich, capable and speedy for its price. Although $80 isn’t the lowest we’ve ever seen for this pick, we don’t think it’ll drop lower this holiday season.

Bonavita BV1901TS Connoisseur Coffee Maker
Street price: $115; deal price: $100
Available for $97, this is a nice drop for a coffee maker that produced the best tasting coffee in our testing. The Bonavita BV1901TS Connoisseur is the bare-bones design pick in our guide to the best drip coffee maker. It equaled or beat more expensive competition in our taste tests. It’s a basic, easy to use model without some of the additional features of our top pick, but if taste is your number one priority, this could be the machine for you. This is the best price we’ve seen in over a year.

Monoprice Strata Home Sous Vide Precision Cooker 800W
Street price: $70; deal price: $42
A cheap way to get into sous vide cooking, our budget pick is down to a new low price of $42. The Monoprice Strata Home Sous Vide Precision Cooker 800W is louder than our other picks, but if that’s not an issue you’re getting it for substantially less than what our other picks would typically run you. It’s a great entry-level option for those new to sous vide cooking or only plan to do it on occasion, like for holidays. This deal is from direct from Monoprice and comes with free shipping.

Anova Precision Cooker Nano
Street price: $80; deal price: $68
Available for $68 in-cart from a typical price around $80, this is a nice discount for the Anova Precision Cooker Nano, the top pick in our guide to the best sous vide machine and gear. Anova has long been a recommended sous vide option for us, and the Nano is no exception. While we’ve seen lower deals in the past, this is still a solid deal.

ThermoWorks Dot
Street price: $47; deal price: $38
Available for $38 shipped, this is a solid discount on our top probe thermometer pick. Normally going for around $47, the ThermoWorks Dot doesn’t see as many sales as some of the other ThermoWorks options, and this matches the low we’ve seen since their site-wide price increase. The Dot quickly responds to temperature changes with unparalleled accuracy and easy to use. So if you’re serious about your roasting temperatures, this is a good deal on our top pick.

Krups GQ502 4 Slice Belgian Waffle Maker
Street price: $55; deal price: $42
Available for $42 from a street price around $55, this is a decent discount on our budget waffle maker pick. The Krups GQ502 4 Slice Belgian is great if you need high volume but don’t want to spend a lot. It makes four thick Belgian waffles at a time and comes with removable plates for easy cleaning, perfect for families or people that like hosting brunch events. While this isn’t the lowest price we’ve seen, deals are hard to come by for this pick and it matches the low we posted earlier this year.

Cuisinart CI670-30 Enameled Cast Iron 7-Quart Round Covered Casserole
Street price: $80; deal price: $63
Available for $63 in red, this is a nice drop on the Cuisinart CI670-30 7-Quart Round Covered Casserole, the larger-capacity pick in our guide to the best dutch oven. This pick is larger than our top choice however the handles are smaller and a little harder to grip. As many dutch ovens cost hundreds, this is quite a steal and just $3 more than the all-time low.

All-Clad Stainless Steel 12″ Frying Pan Bundle
Street price: $220; deal price: $154
Down to $154, this is a great deal on a bundle featuring our top skillet pick (sans lid). If you’re looking to stock up your pan stash, this bundle includes the All-Clad Stainless 12″ Fry Pan (our top pick) and the matching 10″ fry pan. This is no small discount, so take advantage of it while it lasts.

T-fal Professional 10-Inch Fry Pan
Street price: $23; deal price: $16
Price has dropped down to a new low of $16. If you like the ease of using a nonstick pan, at $18 this is just $1 above the best price we posted earlier this year. The T-fal Professional 10-Inch Fry Pan is the runner-up pick in our guide for best nonstick pan. This pan includes nice features like a color-changing red dot that indicates when it’s hot. Typically selling for $23, this is a great opportunity to save on an already affordable pan that’s compatible with all ranges, including induction.

Hedley & Bennett Crossback Apron
Street price: $103; deal price: $73
The favorite among testers in our kitchen apron guide, this option is comfortable, soft (yet sturdy), gender neutral, and adjustable (to fit a wide range of sizes). The Hedley & Bennett Crossback Apron is already discounted on their site, but you can get an extra little bit off with code APRONSQUAD at checkout. Shipping is $8 unless you purchase an order of $150 or more. The Blue Moss color is down to $73 shipped with the discounts but your price will depend on your color and fabric selection. This is the best deal we’ve seen.

Wedgwood White 5-Piece Place Setting
Street price: $90; deal price: $72
If you’re interested in new place settings, this elegant dinnerware set has a classic style reminiscent of fine china, but it’s still durable enough for everyday use. The Wedgwood White 5-Piece Place Setting is the upgrade pick in our guide to the best dinnerware set, normally priced at $90 per set, use code CYBER20 to drop the price to a new low of $72. Even at full price we think the quality and design is well worth it but this is a nice chance to save that we normally don’t see.

Home security and home improvement deals

Our runner-up pick installed in a doorway.
Photo: Doug Mahoney

SimpliSafe Home Security System
Street price: $260; deal price: $130
A huge drop in price, this is a great deal and a new low on our runner-up pick for the best home security system. The Essentials kit comes with six parts: a base station, a keypad, three entry sensors for doors or windows, and a motion sensor.

Arlo Pro 2 Plus Base Station (4 Cam Kit)
Street price: $550; deal price: $400 
In a deal that keeps ending and coming back, the truly wireless pick from our guide to the best outdoor home security camera is down to $400, a great $150 discount.

Best sheets, bedding, and towels deals

L.L.Bean Ultrasoft Comfort Flannel Sheet Set (Queen)
Photo: Michael Hession

Casper Cool Supima Sheets
Street price: $120; deal price: $60
Down to $60 in the queen size, this is the first deal we’ve posted on the solid color pick in our guide to our favorite summer sheets. Click the drop down to specify you want the sheet set to see this deal—the duvet cover, though we recommend it, is out of stock in most sizes.

West Elm Belgian Flax Linen Sheet Set
Street price: $240; deal price: $145 with promo code SWEET
Use code SWEET to get free shipping on the platinum color of this sheet set we recommend in our guide to the best linen sheets. All sizes are discounted, but this is a new low on the queen size of the West Elm Belgian Flax Linen Sheet Set, at almost $100 less than street price.

JCPenney Home 400 TC Wrinkle Guard Sheet Set (Queen)
Street price: $70; deal price: $45
Down to $45 shipped when you use code JINGLE19 at checkout, this is a solid deal on the top sateen pick in our guide to the best cotton sheets. If you’re looking for wrinkle-resistant sateen sheets, then this is a good opportunity to save.

Brooklinen Pure Wool Throw
Street price: $229; deal price: $183 with promo code BLACKFRIDAY
Down to $183, this is a nice deal on a handsome and extra-toasty pure wool throw blanket. Use code BLACKFRIDAY if the deal price isn’t reflecting in your cart. The Brooklinen Pure Wool Throw is our winter throw blanket pick.

Premier Down-like Personal Choice Density Pillow (Medium 2-Pack)
Street price: $45; deal price: $35
The budget pick in our guide to the best bed pillows that we like for back-sleepers is down to $35, a steal for a set of two. This pricing includes a typically unavoidable $5 shipping charge, but it’s still a great deal.

The Onsen Bath Bundle
Street price: $156; deal price: $110
Though we don’t recommend the smaller sizes of the Onsen Bath Towel in our bath towel guide, this deal is a great chance to get a matching set for a fully-cohesive bathroom. Unique for it’s lattice design that dries quickly, this may be the towel design for you. We haven’t seen deals on the Onsen Bath Bundle before, so if you’re interested, now is the time to buy.

Frontgate Resort Cotton Bath Mat
Street price: $49; deal price: $25
Available for $25 from around $49, this is a new low on our luxurious bath mat pick, the Frontgate Resort Cotton Bath Mat. This thick, hotel-style mat comes in a nice selection of colors, making this low-profile mat ideal for matching any larger bathroom.

Cyber Monday vacuum deals

When I moved cross-country last month, I had to leave a few things behind. The hardest goodbye was to our Hoover (which wasn’t a Wirecutter pick for the best vacuum but will remain a favorite in my heart nonetheless). Since then I’ve had my peepers peeled for good deals on a replacement—but I’m holding out for truly excellent discounts during Cyber Week, dust bunnies be damned.

Cyber Monday Dyson deals and Roomba deals

If you’ve also been holding out for a Dyson or a robot vacuum (both of which are pricey but life changing), you’re in luck. According to Wirecutter Deals editor Nathan Burrow, Black Friday and Cyber Monday vacuum deals are ubiquitous, and he’s expecting to see good deals on both Dyson and Roomba models this holiday season.

But the brand name alone doesn’t mean it’s a good buy, according to appliance editor Liam McCabe. “The trick is that they aren’t always the exact variant we recommend,” Liam says. “That’s not necessarily a dealbreaker, but you gotta pay attention to the accessories.”

Dyson makes all kinds of vacuums, from upright and canister vacuums to smart vacuum models, but Nathan and Liam predict that you’ll see the most deals on the company’s cordless stick vacuums. The Dyson V7 Motorhead, our top choice among cordless stick vacuums, will likely be selling for $220 or less. The Dyson V8 Absolute, which has a longer battery life, will drop to $300 or less. Liam also expects to see some deals on the V10 this year, too. While the V11 is our upgrade pick, the V10 has most of the same cleaning power as the V11 (minus a few features like auto mode and a LCD screen), making it a good buy for the right price.

If you’d rather invest in a hands-free robot vacuum, holding out to see what Cyber Monday has in store is a good move. Nathan predicts that this holiday will see quite a few Eufy deals and a few Roomba deals, too. The Eufy RoboVac 11S, our budget pick for robot vacuums, could fall even further (it’s $160 right now, as we mention above) to $150—it may even see $130 during a flash sale. The Roomba models, on the other hand, will cost a bit more, even on sale. The Roomba 690, while discontinued, will likely see discounts wherever it remains in stock. The Roomba 675 will also see drops, almost certainly falling to $230 or less, the Roomba 960 will likely see a discounted price of $450, and the Roomba i7+ may drop to $900. We’ve seen outlier pricing for the Roomba 614 as low as $150, and although that’s unlikely, expectations of a price of $200 or less aren’t unrealistic.

Though a Roomba will cost you more, nothing can beat a Roomba’s longevity. Roomba robovacs are our top picks because they are repairable, so they last longer, and they come with some nice extras. The Eufy, once our top choice, fell to our budget-pick slot because Eufy models don’t fare well over time, but they are quieter than Roombas, and they offer powerful suction and a long battery life.

Cyber Monday kitchen appliance and cooking deals

Historically, Black Friday and Cyber Monday don’t produce knock-your-socks-off deals on big-ticket kitchen appliances. You’ll see price drops, but the chances that they’ll be remarkable aren’t high. And because stores are particularly competitive with their big-appliance pricing, there likely won’t be a retailer offering an outlier price. If your refrigerator is on the fritz, Cyber Monday is still a great time to replace it at a good price, but if you don’t desperately need a new one, you should wait for a truly exceptional sale.

Now, however, is a great time to score deals on small kitchen appliances. Countertop appliances like blenders, toaster ovens, and the stand mixer you may have been coveting will likely see excellent discounts, according to Wirecutter Deals editor Nathan Burrow. He predicts that this year will be especially good for Instant Pot fans: The Instant Pot Ultra 6-quart will sell for $85 or less, the price of the Instant Pot 6-quart in original trim will likely hit $50, and the smaller, 3-quart Instant Pot Duo Mini may drop to $40.

Other Cyber Monday small-appliance deals we’ll likely see include discounts on the Anova Precision Cooker Nano (which will likely sell for $65), the Monoprice Strata Home Sous Vide Precision Cooker 800W (for $45 or less), and the OXO On Barista Brain 9 Cup Coffee Maker (less than $130). The Cuisinart Custom 14-cup food processor in silver has already had its first flash sale, dropping to its Black Friday price of $100. Though it’s now back to its street price, we think its price will fall again over the next month.

One thing to avoid this holiday season is falling into the trap of a ubiquitous fad, according to kitchen and appliance senior editor Marguerite Preston. “Once in a blue moon, an innovation pays off, and you get something versatile enough to earn a space in your kitchen, like the Instant Pot,” she said. “More often, you get a mediocre machine hogging precious counter space.”

The best example of a trend not worth the hype: the air fryer, which is really just an awkwardly shaped, less versatile convection toaster oven. Air fryers will no doubt go on sale this season, but you don’t need one. Rather than taking the bait, look for price drops on our larger toaster oven picks instead.

As you pull together your wishlist, Marguerite suggests, be sure to think about what you really need, and don’t settle for anything that isn’t exactly what you want, even if the discounts are good. You’ll be much happier in the long run with a pricier appliance that has all of the features you want rather than with something that costs less but doesn’t do exactly what you wish it did.

Cyber Monday home decor, bedding, and furniture deals

You should always approach Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping with a wishlist in hand. It’ll come in handy during moments of weakness, like when you see that your favorite robes have been marked down and you find yourself tempted—even though the one you have now is perfectly fine.

Doing your research to prepare for Cyber Monday is especially important when it comes to larger, big-ticket items, like furniture. “As a rule of thumb, don’t buy anything you wouldn’t purchase at full price,” advises Wirecutter home-section editor Jen Hunter. That’s especially true of something like a couch: You shouldn’t buy a couch on a whim just because the price dropped, especially because that kind of thing is usually pretty difficult to return if you change your mind, Jen adds. Instead, make of list of the couches you’d want to buy no matter the price. If you can, go see it in person to make sure you love it. Then, come deals holiday, you’ll be ready to pull the trigger if one of your picks goes on sale.

On the other hand, there are some deals you shouldn’t wait on. A lot of home companies start their holiday sales early, which means stock will start flying off the shelves way before November 29. “Sometimes, it’s worth grabbing something on sale before Black Friday if you see a good deal,” says staff writer Jackie Reeve. “You never know if the color you want will sell out in the crush of Black Friday orders or if it’s worth rolling the dice and ending up with a lesser deal.”

One year, Jackie found the perfect pair of sheets for her daughter. It was only October, though, so she decided to wait to see if the price would drop further during Black Friday or Cyber Monday. “They were completely sold out by then,” Jackie laments. “And the deal that the company offered wasn’t as good as the one I’d seen back in October.” Since then, Jackie has bought the things she wants as soon as she sees they’re discounted. And she suggests that you do, too—just in case.

Source: NY Times – Wirecutter
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