If you didn’t manage to get hold of something you had your eye on last month, you’ll be pleased to know that Currys PC World has launched a new clearance sale, where there are plenty of deals to be had.
Currys PC World also has a “price promise” initiative, meaning it will match the price of products it finds stocked cheaper at other major retailers.
And if you’re struggling to decide between two different models of a product that seem similar, the retailer has launched ShopLive, which is a service that allows customers to chat to staff on the website and get advice at any time of the day.
So you can avoid spending all day scouring the website for deals, we’ve done the hard work for you, finding the top offers across the event.
Whether you’re looking for headphones, a new smartwatch or even a laptop for working from home, you’re bound to find something in our round-up that suits.
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The best Currys PC World clearance sale deals
Fitbit versa 2 special edition with Amazon alexa: Was £219, now £158.97
Whether you’re trying to stick to a new year’s resolution to keep fit, or simply want to understand more about how much (or how little) exercise you’re getting, a fitness tracker can be really helpful.
The Fitbit versa 2 currently has a saving of more than £60 in the Currys PC World sale and is a great pick for beginners and sporting specialists alike. Featuring in our round-up of the best fitness trackers, our reviewer highlighted this model for its ability to track your sleep, heart rate and more.
“The sleep tracking is more detailed, recognising REM sleep as well as light and deep,” they said. “The continuous heart rate tracking is useful and it also has a guided breathing session to help if you’re stressed. It also has Amazon’s assistant, alexa, built in, invoked when you press the side button. It has Fitbit pay, the company’s own digital wallet app, built in.”
Apple 11in iPad pro: Was £1,149, now £949.97
Save £200 on the iPad pro, which was rated highly by our technology critic, David Phelan, in his review of the best tablets for Zoom, gaming and films.
“As Apple is fond of pointing out, the iPad pro is more powerful than many high-end laptops,” he said. “With optional accessories like the magic keyboard and Apple pencil (version 2), the iPad pro also works well as a full-blown computer.”
Phelan also highlighted the impressive screen on this model, which covers even more of the front of the tablet than on the iPad air, thanks to a narrower bezel.
Asus zenbook S UX393 with intelcore i7: Was £1,499, now £1,079
For many people working from home, a speedy laptop is hot property right now, so it pays to find the right one. This model currently has a huge saving of more than £400, and, with its reliable intel processor and quad HD display, we predict it will perform well while researching a work project or streaming your favourite movies.
While we can’t testify to this exact model, but an Asus vivibook featured in our review of the best laptops that are real value for money, with The Independent’s technology critic praising its strong battery life and “outstanding” display.
Jabra elite sport wireless Bluetooth headphones: Was £199, now £119
Whether you enjoy listening to music while working out, or want a hands-free audio experience while on the go, a pair of wireless headphones are a must.
You can currently save £80 on this pair from Jabra, which is specifically designed for sports. They are sweat and water resistant, have 13.5 hours of battery life and even come with in-ear audio coaching to help keep you motivated.
In our round-up of the best running headphones, our reviewer chose a slightly different model, the Jabra elite active 75t (£169, Amazon), as our best buy. “These perform superbly during high-impact exercises and are the most comfortable pair by far,” they said. “Be prepared to run, jump and burpee without any interruptions or feeling the need to readjust the earbuds – they fit snugly without the feeling of completely blocking your ears.”
Tefal CY851840 cook4me pressure cooker: Was £269, now £169
Modern pressure cookers are nothing like the rattling stove-top versions of years gone by – and now they come with a host of functions to help you prepare tasty meals with minimum effort.
This version from Tefal has a 6l capacity, meaning there’s plenty of room to feed all the family, as well as a keep-warm function and 100 built-in recipes. So whatever you want for dinner, you'll be able to find the ideal setting to cook it perfectly.
Featuring in round-up of the best pressure cookers, our reviewer highlighted its quality and ability to keep dishes perfect for up to five hours after cooking. “This is quite an investment piece but an absolute gamechanger if you like to follow a recipe, don’t have the cooking skills you’d like or have simply run out of ideas for meals. It will have you turning out amazing dishes in record time and you really can’t fail as all the instructions are right there on the screen in front of you,” they said.
Fujifilm X-A7 mirrorless camera: Was £698.97, now £599.97
If you’re looking to buy a new camera, mirrorless or compact system cameras (CSCs) are a great choice for anyone wanting to step up from snapping with their phone. As the name suggests, they do not use the bulky mirror systems found in digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) cameras, and instead feature electronic viewfinders.
You can save £100 on this one from Fujifilm, which features a 3.5in touch screen, a wide-angle zoom lens and the ability to record in 4K. The X-A7 also automatically keeps focus on your subject when taking portraits – even if they're moving – so your photos are always clear and sharp.
While we can’t vouch for this exact camera, a compact Fujifilm model (£1,299, John Lewis) won best buy in our round-up of the best mirrorless cameras, with our reviewer praising it for having a “quality feel” and fast lens. And, like the X-A7, it offers a “'film simulation' mode in which clever software recreates the look of Fuji’s classic 'analogue' film brands of the past such as Velvia and Provia”, they said.
Breville one-touch coffee machine: Was £299, now £149
In the market for a new coffee machine? Look no further than this deal, where you can save £150. Compatible with ground coffee and pods, the Breville one-touch allows you to make a fresh, quality brew every morning. It has two cup sizes, meaning you can opt for a larger drink if you need a bigger boost, while the 19-bar pressure delivers quality espresso. We love that it also comes with an automatic milk frother for creating that delicious, foamy cappuccino top.
Samsung galaxy watch active2 4G: Was £379, now £279
Featuring in our guide to the best fitness trackers, this smartwatch has a number of impressive features including health and fitness tracking, contactless payments and smartphone notifications. And right now you can grab it with a £100 saving.
When reviewing the watch, our technology critic said: “The latest Samsung has a lot of features, including heart monitoring with notifications if it spots your heart rate going unusually high or low. Although it works with an iPhone, there are extra features when pairing it with an Android phone. For instance, you can take a picture of what you're wearing with your phone and the watch can generate a face with complementary colours. Features include sleep tracking and advanced exercise monitoring.”
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