Amazon Black Friday 2023 sales: the best deals still available in Australia

Black Friday may have officially come and gone, but Amazon's Black Friday sale will continue on a bit longer. In fact, the online retail giant's current sale ends on Sunday, December 3 at 11:59pm AEDT.

Amazon’s Black Friday sale has so far delivered exceptional price reductions across a wide variety of items. That means big savings on items such as Kindle ereaders, Fire TV streaming sticks and Echo smart devices.

While Amazon’s Black Friday sale won't be limited to Prime members, there are some exclusive deals for subscribers. Because of this, it could be a good idea to become a Prime member during the sales period.

An Amazon Prime subscription gets you free delivery on millions of items, and best of all, you can get all the benefits within its 30-day free trial. A subscription will also grant you access to a number of other Amazon services, including Prime Video, Prime Reading and Prime Gaming.

To make sure you don't miss out on an amazing bargain, make sure you check back regularly as we will be updating this page with new deals throughout the whole event. Happy bargain hunting!

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Amazon devices

Fire TV Stick 4K Max (2023) AU$119AU$54

Fire TV Stick 4K Max (2023) | AU$119 AU$54 (save AU$62)

Most TVs these days have access to all the usual apps, but if you want a convenient way to quickly access all your accounts on any television, Amazon's top-end TV Stick 4K Max is a great way to do so. Now discounted to just AU$57, which makes it even more affordable than the regular non-4K version's RRP. Stream in 4K and HDR..

Fire TV Stick 4K (2023) |AU$79AU$34

Fire TV Stick 4K (2023) | AU$79 AU$34 (save AU$45)

Aside from the upgraded processor used by the 4K Max (listed above), there's very little difference between it and this second-generation Fire TV Stick 4K. So you can spend even less money by opting for this version instead. Now only AU$34, which is a steal.

Echo Show 8 (2nd Gen) AU$229AU$97

Echo Show 8 (2nd Gen) | AU$229 AU$97 (save AU$132)

Amazon's Echo Show devices are essentially Alexa smart speakers with an included touch display, with the number signifying how big that screen is. The one on the Echo Show 8 is an 8-inch screen, and we think it's the sweet spot between size and functionality. Watch shows, view recipes, make video calls with its 13MP camera or control your smart home gadgets.

Echo (4th Gen) AU$169AU$72

Echo (4th Gen) | AU$169 AU$72 (save AU$97)

For those who aren't interested in the display part, you can save a little more money if you opt for a regular Echo smart speaker. It still has the Alexa voice assistant built-in, and is able to control your smart home devices by voice alone. It also offers decent sound output, too.

Echo Pop AU$79AU$29

Echo Pop | AU$79 AU$29 (save AU$50)

Now we're getting into really affordable territory. Now discounted by a massive 63% off, the compact Echo Pop gives you built-in Alexa functionality and decent sound, and you can still use it to control your smart home devices with your voice. Quite a bargain if you ask us.

Kindle Scribe (16GB) with Basic PenAU$549AU$437

Kindle Scribe (16GB) with Basic Pen | AU$549 AU$437 (save AU$112)

Amazon's Kindle Scribe is a great 10-inch ereader which offers note-taking ability thanks to its included Basic Pen. Now discounted by AU$112, this base model provides 16GB of onboard storage, but you can opt for 32GB or 64GB storage options with the Premium Pen with the same discount.

Kindle Oasis (8GB) | AU$429AU$297

Kindle Oasis (8GB) | AU$429 AU$297 (save AU$132)

While the Kindle Oasis has been one-upped by Kindle Scribe as the best Amazon ereader you can get right now, it's still a fantastic device for those who prefer a 7-inch form factor. Sporting a metal chassis and page-turn buttons, the Kindle Oasis has been discounted by AU$132 for Black Friday.

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (16GB)AU$269AU$217

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (16GB) | AU$269 AU$217 (save AU$52)

We've seen Amazon's most popular ereader for cheaper than this before (that was AU$179), but a AU$52 discount on the Paperwhite is not to be sneezed at. That said, it may end up even cheaper on Black Friday. This one has a 6.8-inch E Ink screen that imitates real paper, and very good battery life. It also has adjustable warm light and waterproofing.


Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra (512GB) |AU$2,249AU$1,887 at Amazon

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra (512GB) | AU$2,249 AU$1,887 at Amazon (save AU$362)

Samsung's flagship handset of 2023 is discounted by AU$362 right now, which is still an excellent deal for what is arguably the most powerful Android handset on the market. Includes a mighty 200MP camera, an unrivalled 6.8-inch display, a whopping 512GB of storage and a built-in S Pen for increased productivity.

Nothing Phone 2 (12GB RAM; 256GB) |AU$1,149from AU$976

Nothing Phone 2 (12GB RAM; 256GB) | AU$1,149 from AU$976 (save up to AU$173)  

The Nothing Phone brand made a big splash when it hit the scene thanks to its transparent, light up backing. The Nothing Phone 2 offers this and more, thanks to its Glyph Interface. Get the 12GB RAM/256GB model at a nice discount right now, with the White colourway the cheapest at AU$976. The Black one is AU$999. Alternatively, you can get the 512GB at AU$200 off in White and Black, now just AU$1,049 each.

iPhone 12 (64GB)AU$999AU$897

iPhone 12 (64GB) | AU$999 AU$897 (save AU$102)

It's a few years old now, but AU$897 is a good price to pay for an iPhone these days, especially one with 5G capability. Only the black, purple or white versions are offered at this price at the moment, and there's always a chance this model will go down even further on Black Friday, so check back just in case.

Apple iPhone 13 (512GB) |AU$1,649 AU$1,395.80 on Amazon

Apple iPhone 13 (512GB) | AU$1,649 AU$1,395.80 on Amazon (save AU$253.20)

Sure, the iPhone 13 is a couple of years old, but it's still an excellent performer that continues to entice Apple fans — especially with a tidy discount. The 512GB model is now discounted in the red colour option, with a 15% discount bringing the price down to AU$1,395.

Samsung Galaxy A54 5G | AU$699AU$487 on Amazon

Samsung Galaxy A54 5G | AU$699 AU$487 on Amazon (save AU$212)

One of the best cheap phones you can buy right now is even cheaper thanks to this excellent deal, which slashes AU$212 from the RRP. The Samsung Galaxy A54 5G delivers a premium design, great performance and impressive camera capabilities without having to pay flagship prices.


Sennheiser IE 600 Audiophile in-Ear MonitorsRRP AU$1,199.95AU$857.64

Sennheiser IE 600 Audiophile in-Ear Monitors RRP AU$1,199.95 AU$857.64 (save AU$342.31)

Fancy yourself a bit of an audiophile? This set of IE 600  in-ear monitors from Sennheiser provides audiophile-level sound and are now reduced by a cool AU$608, which is huge. Alternatively, if you're less precious about audio quality, you could opt for the IE 300 in this same listing, now down to just AU$200.

Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro |AU$349AU$220.30

Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro | AU$349 AU$220.30 (save AU$128.70)

A fantastic set of earbuds which are used frequently by this particular writer, Samsung's Galaxy Buds 2 Pro delivers hi-res 24-bit end-to-end audio support as well as Dolby Atmos, great noise cancellation and IPX7 waterproofing. You'll get around five hours of battery life from the buds alone, though you'll get an additional 18 hours from the provided charging case. They were available for AU$213 during the Black Friday sales, but the price has since increased.

Sony WH-1000XM5 AU$549 AU$489 at Amazon

Sony WH-1000XM5 AU$549 AU$489 at Amazon (save AU$60)

Sony's best pair of noise-cancelling over-ear cans (and #1 on our list of the best headphones overall) the XM5s have periodically been up to AU$50 cheaper than this, but if you've been hanging on for a discount then this AU$489 price from Amazon is the current lowest Aussie price for Black Friday 2023. There's a decent improvement in overall sound quality vs the previous generation XM4s, but you do pay a premium for it.

Sony WF-1000XM5 | AU$419 AU$369 at Amazon

Sony WF-1000XM5 | AU$419 AU$369 at Amazon (save AU$50)

Sony's full-featured and fantastic-sounding flagship earbuds offer class-leading noise-cancelling and an extensive list of features. We scored them 4.5/5 in our unbiased review and they've taken the #1 spot in our list of the best wireless earbuds. As such, any discount on this excellent set of in-ears is a welcome one - even if its only 12%.

Sony WF-C700N |AU$148AU$125

Sony WF-C700N | AU$148 AU$125 (save AU$23)

If the Sony buds listed above are a little rich for your blood, you could opt for the company's budget alternative, the WF-C700N. Not only do they sound great, they offer ANC, along with IPX4 splash resistance, and up to 7.5 hours of battery on the buds alone (15 hours with the case). Excellent value for money.

Sony WH-1000XM4 | AU$549AU$368 on Amazon

Sony WH-1000XM4 | AU$549 AU$368 on Amazon (save AU$181)

While the Sony's WH-1000XM4 has been succeeded by the XM5, the former is arguably a better purchase for most people, thanks to its lower price point. It's still one of the best noise-cancelling headphones you can buy, offering excellent sound quality, class-leading noise cancellation and a foldable design for more compact storage.

Bose QuietComfort Earbuds IIAU$429.95AU$299 on Amazon

Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II | AU$429.95 AU$299 on Amazon (save AU$130.95)

Despite the fact that they've since been outpaced by Bose's own QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds, the QC Earbuds II are still fantastic, offering best-in-class noise cancellation and stunning sound quality. Amazon has currently slashed the price on these buds to just AU$299 in all colour options, which is a saving of AU$130.95 from the RRP.

Nothing Ear 2 | AU$219AU$186 at Amazon

Nothing Ear 2 | AU$219 AU$186 at Amazon (save AU$33)

If you're all about style, you might want to consider these Nothing Ear 2 earbuds, which are now discounted by 15%. Stylish as the are, they thankfully have substance to match, boasting hi-res audio support, ANC and powerful drivers. Available now in either the Black or the White colourway for only AU$186.

Bose QuietComfort Ultra Headphones |AU$649.95AU$548.25 at Amazon

Bose QuietComfort Ultra Headphones | AU$649.95 AU$548.25 at Amazon (save AU$101.70)

Officially the lowest price we've seen on Bose's top of the line QuietComfort Ultra Headphones at AU$548.25, this deal is tough to beat. These are among the best over-ear ANC headphones you can currently buy, and they're now discounted by a cool AU$101.70.


Nintendo Switch Sports console bundleAU$469.95 AU$419 at Amazon

Nintendo Switch Sports console bundle | AU$469.95 AU$419 at Amazon (save AU$50.95)

Deals on the Nintendo Switch were pretty light on Black Friday, but the console bundled with Switch Sports pre-installed is pretty decent. During the peak of Black Friday it was down to AU$399, but the price has since increased to AU$419. If you're looking for the cheapest Switch around, this is the best one we've seen so far. Please note, this is not the OLED model.

Xbox Series X|S controller AU$89.95from AU$69 on Amazon

Xbox Series X|S controller | AU$89.95 from AU$69 on Amazon (save up to AU$20.95)

Microsoft's Xbox controllers are often reduced for Black Friday, but with the caveat that different colours carry different discounts — and that's the case this year. Amazon has the black and white units for AU$69 each, while other colourways start from AU$79.95. These Series X|S models have built-in Bluetooth, so they're great for PC and Android use too.

Meta Quest 2 (256GB)AU$589.99AU$499.99 on Amazon

Meta Quest 2 (256GB) | AU$589.99 AU$499.99 on Amazon (save AU$90)

Meta's accessible and reasonably priced Quest 2 VR headset is a little more appealing with this 15% discount, available on the 256GB version on Amazon. This is the lowest outright price it's ever been, surpassing previous Prime Day or Black Friday deals, which usually included Amazon credit. If that price is still too much of a stretch, the 128GB Quest 2 has 14% off, dropping the price to AU$439.99, however we reckon the 256GB option is better value.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (Switch) AU$89.95AU$74 at Amazon

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (Switch) | AU$89.95 AU$74 at Amazon (save AU$15.95)

A great accompaniment to the console above, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is one of the best games of the year. Following directly after the events of Breath of the Wild, Link will have to take to the skies and explore whole new areas of Hyrule in order to save the kingdom and find Zelda. Tears of the Kingdom was down to AU$59 during Black Friday, but it's now AU$74.


MSI GF63 Thin (12VF-435AU)i5-12450H / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD / RTX 4060AU$1,399AU$1,299 on Amazon

MSI GF63 Thin (12VF-435AU) | i5-12450H / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD / RTX 4060 | AU$1,399 AU$1,299 on Amazon (save AU$100)

Need some decent gaming power in your laptop? This MSI GF63 Thin boasts an RTX 4060 graphics card and 16GB of RAM and is currently going for AU$1,299, which is pretty darn good. Sure, its 12th-gen i5 CPU isn't the most powerful around, but this shouldn't be an issue when gaming on a 1080p display at 144Hz.

Apple MacBook Air 15-inch (2023)M2 / 8GB RAM / 512GB SSDAU$2,499AU$2,128 on Amazon

Apple MacBook Air 15-inch (2023) | M2 / 8GB RAM / 512GB SSD | AU$2,499 AU$2,128 on Amazon (save AU$371)

Get yourself a brand new 2023 MacBook Air at a nice AU$371 discount thanks to this excellent deal. Powered by Apple's M2 chip, this model sports a 15-inch display, along with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage.

Asus Zenbook 14 OLED | i5 / 8GB / 512GB  SSD|AU$1,799AU$1,349 at Amazon

Asus Zenbook 14 OLED | i5 / 8GB / 512GB  SSD| AU$1,799 AU$1,349 at Amazon (save AU$450)

An amazing price for a laptop with a beautiful OLED screen, this 14-inch Asus Zenbook 14 laptop is now only AU$1,349 thanks to a sweet AU$450 discount. It has decent specs, too, sporting a 12th-gen Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD.

Asus Vivobook 15 (F1502) | i5 / 8GB / 512GB SSD |AU$1,199AU$749 at Amazon

Asus Vivobook 15 (F1502) | i5 / 8GB / 512GB SSD | AU$1,199 AU$749 at Amazon (save AU$450)

Thanks to a massive 37.5%, the 15-inch Asus Vivobook 15 is only AU$749, which is an absolutely incredible price to pay for a machine that sports a 12th-gen Intel Core i5 CPU, 8GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD. If you're looking for a decent laptop that won't break the bank, this is it.

Dell Inspiron 14 2-in-1 (7430)i7 / 16GB RAM / 1TB SSDAU$1,999AU$1,495 on Amazon

Dell Inspiron 14 2-in-1 (7430) | i7 / 16GB RAM / 1TB SSD | AU$1,999 AU$1,495 on Amazon (save AU$504)

Dell's 14-inch 2-in-1 laptop is currently discounted on Amazon ahead of Black Friday, with the 13th-gen Intel Core i7 model with 1TB SSD now over AU$500 cheaper than usual. That's a saving of 25%.

Apple MacBook Air (2020)M1 / 8GB RAM / 256GB SSDAU$1,499AU$1,246 on Amazon

Apple MacBook Air (2020) | M1 / 8GB RAM / 256GB SSD | AU$1,499 AU$1,246 on Amazon (save AU$253)

While this laptop has been discounted more generously by Amazon before, this 17% off deal is not to be sneezed at, slashing AU$253 from the RRP. If you need a new M1 MacBook Air with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of SSD storage right now, you could do worse than this offer. Note that it was available for AU$1,197 during Black Friday, but it has since increased to AU$1,246.


Ugreen 100W Multi-Port Desktop Charger | AU$79.95 AU$69.99 on Amazon

Ugreen 100W Multi-Port Desktop Charger | AU$79.95 AU$69.99 on Amazon (save AU$10)

Looking for an affordable desktop charger to power multiple devices, including the likes of your MacBook? This multi-port option from Ugreen gives you just that, with up to 100W of power on offer. Charge up to four devices simultaneously. We stand by this one, too, as several members of the AU Tom's Guide and TechRadar teams use this exact Ugreen charger.

Crucial X8 4TB Portable SSD | AU$343 AU$263

Crucial X8 4TB Portable SSD | AU$343 AU$263 (save AU$80)

While you might not have heard of Crucial, it's a brand that's well-known among PC enthusiasts as one of the biggest and most reliable memory (RAM) makers in the world, so you know this portable SSD is also suitably high quality. With USB 3.2 and transfer speeds of up to 1,050MB/s, you could load it with PC games or even UHD video and play or edit (respectively) straight from the drive. What's more, with this deal it's AU$80 cheaper than Samsung's equivalent 4TB USB portable SSD — an impressive 23%.

Samsung 32-inch M70B smart monitor (black)AU$699AU$444

Samsung 32-inch M70B smart monitor (black) | AU$699 AU$444 (save AU$255)

Thanks to a range of built-in apps, like internet browsers, Microsoft 365, and more, it's entirely possible to work on Samsung's M70B Smart Monitor without a PC. It also provides access to streaming apps like Netflix and the like, so you can use it like a TV. The 32-inch M70B model offers 4K resolution, and a  USB-C port that's not available in the cheaper M5 model. Now discounted by AU$255.

Dell 27-inch S2722DC QHD USB-C monitorAU$549AU$439

Dell 27-inch S2722DC QHD USB-C monitor | AU$549 AU$439 (save AU$110)

A great option for those after a decent monitor for their home office, this 27-inch from Dell offers built-in speakers, plenty of tilt and swivel angles, and a 75Hz refresh rate. It can also be hooked up to your PC or laptop via USB-C, providing 65W of power delivery. Now discounted by AU$110.


Sony 75-inch X80KAU$1,799AU$1,499

Sony 75-inch X80K | AU$1,799 AU$1,499 (save AU$300)

Amazon isn't really known for selling TVs, but this deal on the Sony X80K is a notable exception. Currently discounted by AU$300, this telly runs on Google TV, meaning voice control via Google Assistant, and offers Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support. 

Google Chromecast with Google TV 4KAU$99AU$75

Google Chromecast with Google TV 4K | AU$99 AU$75 (save AU$24)

Logging onto all of your streaming apps on a new telly can be a time-consuming pain, but you can simply plug this Chromecast with Google TV 4K into any TV and instantly have access to all of your accounts. Get it now for only AU$75. Alternatively, you can get a HD-only Chromecast with Google TV for AU$56.

Nvidia Shield TV ProAU$349.95AU$278

Nvidia Shield TV Pro | AU$349.95 AU$278 (save AU$71.95)

On top of being a powerful 4k streaming device for use with services like Netflix and Disney Plus, Nvidia Shield TV Pro is great for streaming games via GeForce Now. It offers AI-based upscaling, 3GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, and you also have access to USB ports for additional external storage and game controllers. Supports Google Assistant, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos.


JBL Flip 6 |AU$169.95AU$126

JBL Flip 6 | AU$169.95 AU$126 (save AU$43.95)

If you're after a compact and affordable Bluetooth speaker that can still deliver loud audio, then JBL's Flip 6 is a good option. It provides up to 12 hours of playback on a single charge, is IPX7-rated against dust and water, and provides a nice amount of bass. Now discounted in a variety of bright colours.

Anker Soundcore Flare 2AU$120AU$76

Anker Soundcore Flare 2 | AU$120 AU$76 (save AU$44)

Anker's Soundcore Flare 2 was already priced quite low given its strong audio output, but this discount brings it down even further to just AU$76, which is an absolute steal. Offers IPX7 water resistance, 360-degree sound and  a colourful light show.

Bose S1 Pro |AU$1,029.95AU$549

Bose S1 Pro | AU$1,029.95 AU$549 (save AU$480.95)

A pro-level portable speaker, the Bose S1 Pro kicks out some serious sound, sporting proprietary ToneMatch processing tech for mics and built-in sensors for optimal sound in your chosen surroundings. It also provides up to 11 hours of battery life (yes, this speaker goes up to 11), and you can get it now at a massive AU$480.95 discount.

Bose SoundLink FlexAU$249.95AU$129 on Amazon

Bose SoundLink Flex | AU$249.95 AU$129 on Amazon (save AU$120.95)

With a compact and lightweight chassis and respectable audio (given its size), this Bluetooth speaker from Bose is one of the more stylish options around. While it didn't quite make our list of the best Bluetooth speakers, at 28% off we reckon it's worth overlooking its few shortcomings.

UE Wonderboom 3 |AU$149from AU$96

UE Wonderboom 3 | AU$149 from AU$96 (save AU$53)

Not a huge discount — and we do think it will get cheaper later in the month — but this little speaker packs quite the punch. Good 360º sound quality, decent bass, 14-hour battery life, and it's dust- and water-resistant. We really like this ultra-portable speaker — we've got a couple in the Tom's Guide Sydney office!

Smart home

Apple AirTags (4 pack) |AU$165AU$142.50

Apple AirTags (4 pack) | AU$165 AU$142.50 (save AU$22.50)

Apple's AirTags are rarely discounted, so colour us surprised to see them reduced by AU$22.50 for Cyber Monday. This 4-pack of Bluetooth trackers will help you keep tabs on your precious items. Great for keys, wallets, handbags, luggage and more.

Eve Energy (Matter) Smart Plug AU$69AU$55

Eve Energy (Matter) Smart Plug | AU$69 AU$55 (save AU$14)

Here's a device which brings you smart Matter control over your non-smart appliances. Essentially, these plugs let you switch lights and other appliances on and off right from your phone. You can even set up automatic timers and track power consumption through the Matter app.

Philips Hue Bridge V2.0 AU$98.95AU$65.40

Philips Hue Bridge V2.0 | AU$98.95 AU$65.40 (save up to AU$33.55)

Want to bring fancy smart lighting to your home like in all those cool YouTube videos? The Philips Hue Bridge will give you that kind of control over Philips Hue gadgets and compatible devices. This device will allow you to manage up to 50 Hue devices, 40 more than the standard Bluetooth connection. Now discounted by AU$33.55.

Philips Hue Play light bar (white & colour ambiance)AU$239AU$139

Philips Hue Play light bar (white & colour ambiance) | AU$239 AU$139 (save AU$100)

If you've picked up the device above, you'll probably want to grab the Philips Hue Play light bar, which Amazon has now discounted by AU$100. It's designed to be mounted behind your TV or monitor for additional ambiance, making your viewing experience more immersive in the process.


Fujifilm Instax Mini 40AU$179AU$136

Fujifilm Instax Mini 40 | AU$179 AU$136 (save AU$43)

Recapture the good old days with the Instax Mini 40, which sports a vintage-inspired design. It boasts a built-in flash and selfie mirror, along with automatic exposures, allowing you to instantly print out memories with ease. Now discounted by AU$43 for Cyber Monday.

Fujifilm Instax SQ40 + 3x10-pack Instax Square film |AU$288.95AU$196.99

Fujifilm Instax SQ40 + 3x10-pack Instax Square film | AU$288.95 AU$196.99 (save AU$91.86)

Here's a deal which gets you an instant camera and 30 sheets of film at a 31% markdown, which sounds good to us! The SQ Instax cameras creates square images, unlike the credit card-sized ones produced by the Mini range. A cool gift idea for creative loved ones.

Canon EOS R100 + RF18-45mm lensAU$1,099AU$794

Canon EOS R100 + RF18-45mm lens | AU$1,099 AU$794 (save AU$305)

Getting into photography? The Canon EOS R100 is a great option for beginners, especially with a AU$305 discount. Released just this year, this camera includes a 24MP APS-C sensor, good autofocus performance and the ability to shoot 4K video up to 25fps (cropped). 

Canon EOS R6 Mark II (body)AU$3,999AU$3,559

Canon EOS R6 Mark II (body) | AU$3,999 AU$3,559 (save AU$440)

The Canon EOS R6 II is an impressive mid-range full-framer, boasting Canon's excellent autofocus capabilities, high speed bursts and 4K video. Now discounted by around AU$440 from the price it typically goes for these days.

Canon EOS R8 + RF 24-50mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STMAU$2,949AU$2,399

Canon EOS R8 + RF 24-50mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STM | AU$2,949 AU$2,399 (save AU$550)

While the EOS R8 is considered an entry-level camera, it does boast some features from Canon's more expensive models, including excellent tracking and autofocus, and even burst speeds of up to 40fps. The only thing it's really lacking is high-resolution EVF and a rear LCD screen


TP-Link Tapo RV10 PlusAU$599AU$342

TP-Link Tapo RV10 Plus | AU$599 AU$342 (save AU$257)

Self-emptying robot vacuums are great, because it's even less that you have to do.The Tapo RV10 Plus does this, and will even boost suction when it senses a carpet. Oh yeah, and did we mention it can mop, too? Pretty good for something that's currently discounted to just AU$342. 


Apple 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2021) from AU$2,399

Apple 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2021) | from AU$2,399 (save up to AU$900)

Apple products are rarely discounted by much, but this incredible deal for Amazon Prime members slashes up to AU$900 off the RRP of Apple's 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2021), which is excellent. That discount is on the 2TB Wi-Fi + Cellular option, which is reduced to AU$2,649, but you can spend even less by opting for the Wi-Fi only model, priced at AU$2,199.

Apple iPad Pro 11-inch (2021, Wi-Fi)M1 / 2TB SSDAU$2,849AU$2,114 on Amazon

Apple iPad Pro 11-inch (2021, Wi-Fi) | M1 / 2TB SSD | AU$2,849 AU$2,114 on Amazon (save AU$735)

This flagship iPad isn't cheap, but it's got an incredible 26% discount — which is basically unheard of for any Apple product. With an 11-inch screen and M1 processor and a massive 2TB of storage, if you add a keyboard cover and this one is definitely capable of being a powerful (and super compact) laptop replacement.

Apple iPad 10.9 (2022 model, Wi-Fi, 64GB) |AU$749AU$647

Apple iPad 10.9 (2022 model, Wi-Fi, 64GB) | AU$749 AU$647 (save AU$102)

Discounted by a smidge over AU$100 (or 14%) on Amazon, this 2022 Apple iPad is an entry-level option, with a 10.9-inch display plus Wi-Fi connectivity and 64GB storage. Bucking the usual (boring) colour trend for iPads, this one comes in yellow, blue and pink as well as silver.

When is Amazon Australia’s Cyber Monday 2023 sale?

Cyber Monday 2023 is an extension of Black Friday 2023, which kicked off in Australia on November 24. The year's biggest sale event will continue until the end of Cyber Monday on November 27.

How long does Amazon's Black Friday / Cyber Monday sale last?

In recent years, Amazon's Black Friday deals period has often started in the week prior to November 24, and will usually wrap up after Cyber Monday. Of course, we expect this year to offer big discounts even earlier than that.

If you spot a great pre-Black Friday deal on Amazon, there's still a chance that it may end up being even cheaper on the actual weekend. That said, the online retailer doesn't always keep the same deals going for the entire Black Friday sales period, and stock doesn't always last, so buying early might be worth considering if you want to avoid disappointment.

Stephen Lambrechts