Best Amazon small appliance deals: they are great for gifting (and self gifting)

Whether you want to upgrade your own kitchen, or give a loved one a stylish new kettle and toaster set, these Amazon small appliance deals are helping us get gifting this Black Friday

Amazon Black Friday small appliance deals
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If you've been after a small appliance such as a kettle, coffee machine or vacuum cleaner, the Amazon Black Friday sale will sort you out a treat. It has been a tough year for most of us and we have all spend far more time in our own kitchens, so whether you're wanting to upgrade an existing appliance or find a kitchen gift for your favourite foodie, then now is definitely the time to buy – before others beat you to it.

We've been keeping a close eye on incoming deals from the online retail giant, which have tempted us no end with (often) hundreds-of-pounds off top-rated brands such as Shark, Salter and De'longhi. You can shop Amazon small appliances for yourself, but we're here to help so below you can check out our favourites (so far). Also, don't forget to check out our Black Friday home deals hub for more offers to update your home for less.

Our fave Amazon small appliances

More appliance deals to shop this Black Friday

If you didn't already know, appliances –  large and small – are always up there with the best sellers for Black Friday. Stores such as Amazon tend to get rid of old stock to clear the way for next year's latest models, and people hold out for great deals, knowing Black Friday means bargain cooling, laundry, audio visual products and more. Don't forget to check out all of our best Black Friday appliance deals for more.

Jennifer Oksien
Jennifer Oksien

Jennifer joined the Real Homes team in February 2020, and returned to Future Publishing, as our Appliances Editor. Jenny spends her working days bringing you the best appliance deals, and the latest appliance tech so you can kit out your home on trend and within budget – when she is not doing that she is renovating and restoring her Victorian terrace with secondhand bargains, baking sponge cakes and taking photographs of postboxes wherever she travels.