It is Black Friday Week at Saturn* and you have the opportunity to get the the fattest bargains and deals in the field of home electronics to secure. Below: The best offers from the TV, smartphone, computer and smart home sectors. We introduce you to some of the best bargains.
Among other things, currently: Apple, Samsung and LG.
Black Friday Week at Saturn: The best offers from all categories
In the Black Friday Week at Saturn you can dust off some bargains. You can find the best electronics deals in these categories:
Everything for home cinema: TV, projector and accessories
The bargain days around Black Friday are your chance to get one new television at an absolute top price* to secure. Among other things, Saturn has the LG 48″ OLED TV* on offer – on these you can do whole Save 850 euros (on the RRP).
Also the Samsung 55″ Neo QLED TV* is available at a bargain price: instead of a whopping 2,249 euros, the device only costs you 999 euros. The smart one is also recommended Sony Bravia 65″ LED TV*, which is equipped with UHD 4K and Google TV.
Also Beamer as well as wall brackets and other TV accessories are heavily discounted during Black Friday Week at Saturn. So who to be home theater If you want to equip everything, you can currently dust off the best bargains and offers.
Smartphones and wearables in the top deal – including Galaxy Watch4 and iPhone 8
Need a new smartphone? Then take a look Models in Saturn’s Black Friday Week Deal* on. For example, you can get this here Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3* around almost 50 percent cheaper. The smartphone can not only be closed and looks absolutely timeless, but also comes with many highlights – for example, you can also read the news when the device is closed or you can set it up very practically.
That too iPhone 8 in space gray (B-stock)* you get Black Friday at a fraction of the original price – namely for just 199 instead of 289 euros (sold and shipped by smallbug). As well as that Zenfone 8 from Asus*, which is also on sale at Saturn.
Out of the area wearables is the Samsung Galaxy Watch4* in the Black Friday pot: This not only helps you to track your physical activities and fitness performance, but is also a chic everyday companion that can be connected to most Samsung devices via Bluetooth. The Galaxy Watch4 is currently available from Saturn for 111 euros – one Saving of 62 percent.
Computers and tablets from Lenovo and Apple greatly reduced
That Lenovo M10 TabPlus* you get in Saturn range of the best computers and tablets* whole 20 percent cheaper. Whether it’s school, work or leisure – the M10 Tab Plus is suitable for completing tasks as well as for studying or streaming series and films. The 3rd generation 10.6″ tablet offers even sharper images and smoother processing – a real bargain for the price of 229 euros in the Black Friday deal.
That Apple MacBook Air (2020)* is also reduced: You can only get the powerful notebook in a timeless design for a short time 180 euros cheaper than usual – only in the exclusive Black Week Deal at Saturn.
Another top notebook on offer: The ASUS VivoBook* which im Bundled with Windows 11 Pro and Office 2019 Pro is available.
Smart Home: Amazon Echo Dot, Philips Hue & more on sale
Also for yours smart home there are a large number of offers* during Saturn Black Friday Week. Among other things, you get on the Amazon devices Echo Dot (3rd Gen)* such as echo show 15* juicy discounts.
They ensure the right lighting in your home smart bulbs from Philips Hue*, which you can easily control with your smartphone via Bluetooth.
Also a recommendable offer: the smart speaker Apple’s HomePod Mini*, which produces a rich sound despite its small size. You can get it in the Black Friday offer at Saturn 20 percent cheaper.
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