Best Australian tech deals: cheap gadgets and online sales for November 2022

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Black Friday is almost here! Now that November is getting into full swing, we'll be focusing our attention on the biggest holiday sales this year and that means this page will go into a short hiatus. Fear not – we're still covering the best tech deals currently available in Australia, and if you want to find them, check out our Black Friday 2022 hub (opens in new tab) for our November coverage.

If you’re after an excellent fitness companion, you can nab a saving of 29% off the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro LTE on Amazon. Featuring a tough exterior and advanced GPS, this watch sits at number 3 in our best smartwatches list for 2022.

Want to upgrade your home theatre set up? Score a nice saving of AU$2,356 on the 77-inch LG C2 OLED TV this week. This TV will deliver a vibrant viewing experience in a sleek and minimal design. If you’re set for TVs but want to indulge in Dolby Atmos sound, you can also score a total saving of AU$800 off a fantastic Samsung Q-Series soundbar.

Black Friday is exactly a month away, and while we’ll see those deals starting to pop up soon, you can still snatch some great bargains across the web in the lead up. Scroll down to check out our highlights for this week.

Deals added Wednesday, October 26

Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro LTE (45mm) (opens in new tab)

Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro LTE (45mm) | AU$849 AU$656 from Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$193)

As the latest from Samsung, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro (opens in new tab)comes in a tough design with a smooth AMOLED display, advanced GPS features and with a better battery than the Galaxy Watch 5. You can nab a total saving of AU$193 this week if you want to pick up what we consider one of the best smartwatches of 2022 (opens in new tab).

LG 77-inch C2 OLED TV | (opens in new tab)

LG 77-inch C2 OLED TV | AU$8,076 AU$5,540 at Appliance Central (opens in new tab) (save AU$2,536)

The LG C2 TVs (opens in new tab) currently top our best TVs list (opens in new tab), and it’s no surprise when you take a look at what it has to offer. The display is bright, the design is sleek and minimal, and you’re getting a bunch of connectivity options. If you have the space and want to pick up a massive 77-inch TV, you can grab one of these beasts from Appliance Central this week for only AU$5,540 – that’s a total of AU$2,536 off.

Samsung Q-Series soundbar (HW-Q990B/XY) (opens in new tab)

Samsung Q-Series soundbar (HW-Q990B/XY) | AU$1,999 AU$1,199 from Powerlandau eBay (opens in new tab) (save AU$800)

Improve your home theatre experience with the Samsung Q-Series soundbar (opens in new tab). With excellent Dolby Atmos sound and in a compact design, you can save a total of AU$800 this week when using the code SNSOCT at checkout on eBay,

Samsung T7 Touch (500GB) (opens in new tab)

Samsung T7 Touch (500GB) | AU$169 AU$134 from Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$135)

Save 21% off the excellent Samsung T7 Touch portable SSD (opens in new tab) with 500GB of storage. Featuring a fingerprint reader, simple design and promising read/write speeds of up to 1.05GBps, this little gadget is a great choice if you need a little bit more storage space.

Samsung T7 (1TB) (opens in new tab)

Samsung T7 (1TB) | AU$209 AU$142.40 from Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$66.60)

If 500GB is not enough, you can also nab a saving of 32% off the Samsung T7 portable SSD. While it doesn’t include a fingerprint reader like the T7 Touch, it still packs the features of a light and simple build, and fast speeds. Grab one from Amazon for only AU$142.40 this week.

Previous days' deals that are still available

Apple MacBook Pro M2 13-inch (2022) (opens in new tab)

Apple MacBook Pro M2 13-inch (2022) | 8GB RAM / 512GB SSD | AU$2,299 AU$2,067 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$232)

While it keeps a similar design to the previous 13-inch model, the MacBook Pro M2 (opens in new tab) is still a great option if you’re after a silent machine with great performance. It also comes with a longer battery life, but its 720p camera is a little underwhelming. If you want to pick up the 512GB option, you can grab it for only AU$2,067. For those that only need 256GB (opens in new tab) of storage, it’s also on sale for only AU$1,797.

CCleaner Professional one year subscription (opens in new tab)

CCleaner Professional one year subscription | AU$47.95 AU$1 (opens in new tab) (save AU$46.75)

Need a bit of help cleaning up your PC so it can run smoothly? You can pick up a one year subscription to CCleaner Professional (opens in new tab) for only AU$1 with this exclusive offer. This app will clean up your browser history and remove junk from your PC to optimise both your privacy and PC’s performance. Save AU$46.75 for an entire year’s subscription. This offer is only available until October 30.

CCleaner Professional one year subscription (opens in new tab)

CCleaner Professional one year subscription | AU$47.95 AU$1 (opens in new tab) (save AU$46.75)

Need a bit of help cleaning up your PC so it can run smoothly? You can pick up a one year subscription to CCleaner Professional (opens in new tab) for only AU$1 with this exclusive offer. This app will clean up your browser history and remove junk from your PC to optimise both your privacy and PC’s performance. Save AU$46.75 for an entire year’s subscription. This offer is only available until October 30.

Miele Boost CX1 bagless vacuum cleaner | (opens in new tab)

Miele Boost CX1 bagless vacuum cleaner | AU$499 AU$399 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$100)

Cordless handsticks might all be the rage at the moment, but don't ignore Miele's excellent bagless barrel vacuums. The Boost CX1 has a pretty interesting compact, manoeuvrable, futuristic design that gets it into the small spaces in your home, plus airflow exceeding 100km/h means every itty-bitty dust particle, hair and fibre gets sucked right up. And at AU$399 on Amazon, it's way cheaper than any cordless model you'd want to reach for this spring.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (Switch) (opens in new tab)

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (Switch) | AU$89.95 AU$74.90 on Amazon (opens in new tab)(save AU$15.05)

Pre-order The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (opens in new tab) on the Nintendo Switch for only AU$74.90 from Amazon. Return to Hyrule as Link, and explore both the land and the skies in this long awaited sequel to 2017’s Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Just note, as this is a pre-order, you won’t get the game until its expected release of May 12, 2023. It also comes with Amazon’s pre-order price guarantee, meaning if the price drops lower in the coming months, you’ll only have to pay the lowest price offered by Amazon. 

GigaComm internet plans | save AU$20p/m for the first 6 months (opens in new tab)

GigaComm internet plans | save AU$20p/m for the first 6 months (opens in new tab) (prices from AU$59p/m)

After a new internet provider? GigaComm is an NBN alternative, and it offers low latency and ultra-fast speeds independent of the NBN’s infrastructure. Prices start at AU$79 a month for the 200/50Mbps speed, but by using the code SPECIAL20 you can sign up and save AU$20 off each month for the first 6 months in your new plan. Please note, Gigacomm is only available in selected areas of Sydney and Melbourne, so check your address on the website. Offer ends on October 31.

Lego Technic Jeep Wrangler (opens in new tab)

Lego Technic Jeep Wrangler | AU$90 AU$65 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$25)

Create your very own Lego Jeep Wrangler for only AU$63.20. Once built, you can control the vehicle using the accompanying app on your phone to drive your creation through your own home and backyard. Save a total of 28% off this 665 piece kit on Amazon. 

Echo Dot 3rd-gen deal for new Amazon Prime members (opens in new tab)
Prime exclusive

Echo Dot 3rd-gen deal for new Amazon Prime members | AU$59 AU$10 (opens in new tab) (save AU$49)

This is the equal-lowest price we can remember seeing for the Echo Dot 3rd-gen. New Amazon Prime customers can score this deal for only AU$10 – that’s a huge saving of 83%. This smart speaker allows users to access their favourite music, podcasts and more simply by calling out to Alexa. To see if you’re eligible for this deal, check out the terms and conditions (opens in new tab). If you’re still on the fence, we’ve gathered all the information about the benefits that come with an Amazon Prime (opens in new tab) membership to help you decide.

Kobo Forma (opens in new tab)

Kobo Forma | AU$429.95 AU$379.95 on Kobo (opens in new tab) (save AU$50)

If you’re looking for an alternative ereader to Amazon’s Kindle, the Kobo Forma is a good alternative. This ereader has an 8-inch touchscreen and page-turn buttons, and our review (opens in new tab) found it’s a comfortable reading experience overall. We don’t tend to recommend this particular model due to its price, but now you can AU$50 off from the maker.

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Petra Player
Writer, TechRadar Australia

Petra is the newest member of the TechRadar Australia team, and is currently focused on digging out the best tech and gaming deals. So, it's a good thing she has a background in archaeology and a passion for finding sales! When not immersing herself in tech dating back to the Stone Age, she can be found playing games on her Nintendo Switch, or reading through her collection of Star Wars novels.