Black Friday saw the Which? team ferreting around the internet to find the very best deals available to you and the good news is, some of these are still about.
Last Friday was the start of the weekend of madness, also known a Black Friday, traditionally the day after Thanksgiving in America.
Stores use the day (and the weeks before and after), to try and tempt us to buy by slashing prices and offering big promotions. But we know discerning shoppers don’t want to get caught out by a bad deal – and our reviews are the best way to ensure that.
That’s why we have rounded up the top three products you were looking for on Which.co.uk on Black Friday, and the promotions still remaining.
You can also visit our Christmas deals guide to find the best products and prices before Christmas.
Philips Viva Airfryer HD9220/20
Want healthier fried chips or deep fried scampi without the guilty feeling that can come with a deep-fat fryer? The Philips Viva Airfryer uses just one teaspoon of oil to cook your food, so could be ideal for you.
It also has a digital timer, which allows you to pre-set when you want to start it cooking up to 60 minutes before. It’s still on sale at Currys for £75 – a saving of more than £100. Before you buy, have a look to see how well the Philips Viva Airfryer HD9220/20 did when we tested the version without the timer.
Delonghi Retro HVR 9330 electric heater
Although not officially on sale, the Delonghi Retro HVR 9330 is a great price at the moment – £64.99 at John Lewis. At a little over 30cm in size, Delonghi says this retro heater can heat a room and keep it at the desired temperature for you. And it not just one for Christmas, as it turns into a fan for those tropical summer days we know are just round the corner.
But is this really the best model for you, especially when we have found a Best Buy for less than £40? Find out how it did in our tests by visiting our review of the Delonghi Retro HVR 9330.
Delonghi ESAM2800 Caffe Corso coffee machine
If you are looking for bean-to-cup espresso machine, the Delonghi ESAM2800 Caffe Corso is at a very tempting price of £229.99 at Argos and Homebase, which is a saving of £140.
You’ll be able to make espressos, lattes and cappuccinos as this comes with a steam pipe so you can froth milk, just like a barista. But, importantly, would it be as good as your local coffee shop?
Before you buy, click through to see what our highly experienced coffee expert thought of the Delonghi ESAM2800 Caffe Corso in our tests.