Best New Zealand tech deals: top online discounts in July 2024

Dyson V8, Dyson V15 Absolute, IdeaPad Slim 3i, Kindle Scribe and Ring Indoor camera on deals page
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Amazon Prime Day is only a few days away, kicking off on July 16th, and while the good folks of New Zealand don't get all the tasty deals that those across the ditch do, there will be plenty for Kiwi's to feast on.

Even better, with Prime Day comes a suite of early Prime Day deals, and there's a few tasty offerings to consider. In particular, this week you can grab a massive saving on the Kindle Scribe and more than 50% off the Ring Indoor Camera

Amazon's not the only place that a good deal can be found this week though, with Noel Leeming offering three incredible deals. If you want to upgrade your work and play, you can snag the Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 3i at a massive discount. And if you’re looking for a vacuum cleaner upgrade, they're also offering incredible value of two of Dyson's best stick vacs – the Dyson V8 and Dyson V15detect Absolute cordless vacuums.

Of course, if these awesome deals aren't for you, the HP Christmas in July Sale is still rolling on for the rest of the month, and is offering some insane value. Whether you're stocking up the home office, elevating your cleaning and home security or settling down to a good book, there's a tech deal for everyone this week in New Zealand.

Deals added Wednesday, July 11

HP NZ | Christmas in July Sale  | Save up to 40% on a massive range of products
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HP NZ | Christmas in July Sale (2 July – 31 July) | Save up to 40% on a massive range of products

If you’re in the market for a fresh laptop or PC, HP is the place to be in July. As the cooler weather starts to really kick in, HP NZ is bringing hotter deals, with up to 40% off some of their top ranges – from business and gaming laptops to printers and monitors. With savings inching well into the thousands, now is the time to sit by the fire and grab yourself some upgraded home office essentials to elevate both your work and play.

Dyson V8 stick vacuum | NZ$849 NZ$547 at Noel Leeming

Dyson V8 stick vacuum | NZ$849 NZ$547 at Noel Leeming (save NZ$302) 

Dyson vacuums are known for their premium performance and (unfortunately) often a price tag to match. However, even at full price we’ve always felt the Dyson V8 is affordably priced. So with a NZ$300 saving, the value is undeniable. While it cuts cost with a smaller bin and less power than pricier models, the Dyson V8 is a well-designed stick vacuum that offers impressive suction for its entire 40-minute runtime. We were big fans in our Dyson V8 review and it's an easy recommendation at this price.

Kindle Scribe  | NZ$709.76 NZ$500.77 at Amazon AU

Kindle Scribe  | NZ$709.76 NZ$500.77 at Amazon AU (save NZ$209)

Love taking notes and want an eReader? The Kindle Scribe gives you the best of both worlds, and this is the lowest price we've ever seen it. Allowing you to read and write as naturally as you would on paper, the Kindle Scribe allows you to take notes as you read, has a separate functionality as a notebook and can convert your notes to text for easy reading at another time. 

Dyson V15 Detect Absolute stick vacuum | NZ$1,549 NZ$1,099 at Noel Leeming

Dyson V15 Detect Absolute stick vacuum | NZ$1,549 NZ$1,099 at Noel Leeming (save NZ$450)

Scoring a very impressive 4.5 stars in our Dyson V15 Detect review, this stick vacuum is as good as it gets. Certainly one of Dyson's best models to date in our opinion, it offers powerful and dynamic suction for the entirety of its 60-minute runtime, this compact and lightweight vacuum is a dream – even more so at this discounted price.

Ring Indoor Camera (2nd Gen) | NZ$103.50 NZ$51.23 at Amazon AU

Ring Indoor Camera (2nd Gen) | NZ$103.50 NZ$51.23 at Amazon AU (save NZ$52.27)

While Ring Doorbells are all the craze, there's something to be said for having some eyes on things inside the house. If you're looking to upgrade your home security, watch the dog while you're at the office or the baby while it sleeps, the Ring Indoor Camera is your new best friend. Priced at just NZ$51.23, this camera's a steal. Earning four stars in our Ring Indoor Cam (2nd gen) review, we loved its compact design, mount and privacy cover – just be sure to position it near a power outlet.

Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 3i (15.6-inch; 8th Gen) |  NZ$678 at Noel Leeming

Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 3i (15.6-inch; 8th Gen) | NZ$850 NZ$678 at Noel Leeming (save NZ$172)

In our Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 3i review, we were very impressed with what it provided at its low price-point. However, we still thought it best to grab it at a discounted price – making this the perfect time. While Lenovo makes some compromises to keep the price down, the touchscreen is accurate and features like the privacy shutter and fingerprint reader give this laptop a premium feel. If you're in the market for a budget laptop, they don't get much better than this.

Previous tech deals that are still available

Yoga 9i 2-in-1 (14", Gen 9) | NZ$4,379 NZ$2,881.12 at Lenovo

Yoga 9i 2-in-1 (14", Gen 9) | NZ$4,379 NZ$2,881.12 at Lenovo (save NZ$1,497.88)

If those tasty HP deals aren't quite doing it for you, this Lenovo deal on the fantastic Yoga 9i 2-in-1 laptop is very hard to ignore. We haven't gone hands-on with this model, but we have given the previous generation a thorough going over. In our Yoga 9i Gen 8 review, we had to baulk at its price and the fact the screen wasn’t that bright. The Yoga 9i Gen 9 appears to have fixed those gripes, with a higher nit count and now on the receiving end of a massive price reduction.

Nespresso Vertuo Pop (Mango Yellow) | NZ$250 NZ$129 at Noel Leeming

Nespresso Vertuo Pop (Mango Yellow) | NZ$250 NZ$129 at Noel Leeming (save NZ$121)

Looking to spruce up your morning coffee without breaking the bank or kitchen counter with a barista-grade behemoth? Enter the Nespresso Vertuo Pop, bringing all the speed, convenience and delicious coffee of a Nespresso Vertuo machine, in a compact little body. And, bonus – it comes in a very cute Mango Yellow colourway. We loved it so much we awarded it a very rare five stars in our Nespresso Vertuo Pop review. There are few better NZ$159 purchases a coffee drinker could make. 

Yoga 9i 2-in-1 (14", Gen 9) | NZ$4,379 NZ$2,881.12 at Lenovo

Yoga 9i 2-in-1 (14", Gen 9) | NZ$4,379 NZ$2,881.12 at Lenovo (save NZ$1,497.88)

If those tasty HP deals aren't quite doing it for you, this Lenovo deal on the fantastic Yoga 9i 2-in-1 laptop is very hard to ignore. We haven't gone hands-on with this model, but we have given the previous generation a thorough going over. In our Yoga 9i Gen 8 review, we had to baulk at its price and the fact the screen wasn’t that bright. The Yoga 9i Gen 9 appears to have fixed those gripes, with a higher nit count and now on the receiving end of a massive price reduction.

Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro | NZ$364.86 NZ$189.99 at Amazon AU

Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro | NZ$364.86 NZ$189.99 at Amazon AU (save NZ$173.56)

We loved our time with the Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro, but while their regular price is reasonable, this deal is music to our ears. Forgoing the futuristic aesthetic of previous products, the Galaxy Buds2 Pro nail the meat and potatoes, which when it comes to earbuds, are great, adaptable sound and supreme comfort. While it held them back from a perfect score, the only issue we had in our Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro review was an average battery life. If you're in the market for earbuds, this deal sounds almost too good.

Secretlab TITAN Evo XL | NZ$1,149 NZ$999 from Secretlab

Secretlab TITAN Evo XL | NZ$1,149 NZ$999 from Secretlab (save NZ$150)

It just looks comfortable, doesn't it? Well, having got our hands on the Titan Evo back in June of 2022, we can confirm it's as comfy as it looks. While we called it one of the best gaming chairs on the market, which it undoubtedly is, the Titan Evo isn't gaming-exclusive. With an exceptionally customisable lumbar support, recline and tilt adjustability, and an included neck pillow, we can't find too much fault at this price. If you need a chair for long gaming or working sessions, this could be it.

Nutribullet XXL Digital Air Fryer | NZ$312.59 NZ$155.77 on Amazon AU

Nutribullet XXL Digital Air Fryer | NZ$312.59 NZ$155.77 on Amazon AU (save NZ$156.82)

While it might be better known for its blenders, the Nutribullet XXL is an air fryer well worth thinking about, especially at this discounted price point. Matching its very recent lowest price that came just a week ago on March 14, the Nutribullet XXL is a great choice for those needing to cook five-plus portions regularly. Capable of handling an entire chicken, Nutribullet’s XXL Digital Air Fryer is an option that’s hard to ignore – especially when big meals are needed.

HP Spectre x360 16-inch OLED (16-f2007TX)i7 / 32GB RAM / 1TB SSDNZ$5,999NZ$3,959on HP

HP Spectre x360 16-inch OLED (16-f2007TX) | i7 / 32GB RAM / 1TB SSD | NZ$5,999 NZ$3,959on HP (save NZ$2,040)

The Spectre series is HP’s line of premium 2-in-1 laptops, and they carry the price tag to match. HP’s online store is currently offering a 25% discount on this model, but it's still mightily expensive. It’s got a lot to offer though, including a 13th-gen Intel i7 chip, 32GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD. This model has a 16-inch OLED touch display with UHD+ resolution. If you want a premium 2-in-1, it doesn’t get much better.

Max Delaney
Staff Writer

A Digital Content Writer for the Australian TechRadar team, Max covers all things tech and lifestyle and is keen on using tech to make life easier. A 2023 journalism graduate, Max has written across sports, entertainment and business for brands like Zero Digital Media and Valnet.Inc, but found his love for tech in his time at GadgetUser. At home when covering everything from the latest deal and coupon code to the most recent streaming service output, phone or smartwatch, Max excels at using his research, experience and writing ability give you more time to use your tech, not waste time finding it.