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  • Getprice News: Daily Deals
    Getprice News: Daily Deals At Getprice we want to do more than be your number one price comparison site, from now on we're bringing you daily deals from our huge range of retailers. Here are the best deals we've found today: Huawei P30 Pro (4G, 256GB/8GB) | AU$1,200 (was AU$1,600; save AU$400) When it comes to smartphone cameras, the Huawei P30 Pro is in a league of its own – boasting 40MP + 8MP + 20MP + ToF (time-of-flight) sensors, the P30 Pro’s photographic capability is truly amazing. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars by our friends at TechRadar, the P30 Pro is available in an array of mesmerising colours and packed with an impressive 256GB of internal storage and 8GB of RAM, making it an excellent choice for those after a high quality smartphone with an impressive camera. If you’re wondering, this model does have Google Play store and Google services as it was released prior to Huawei being placed on the US ‘entity list’. The Huawei P30 Pro is currently discounted by 35% on eBay,  saving you a massive AU$400 from the device’s RRP! GoPro Hero 7 Black | AU$399 (RRP AU$529; save AU$130)   Been dreaming of becoming the newest vlogging sensation? Turn that dream into reality with the GoPro Hero 7! While this is not the latest model, it definitely still holds it’s quality with HyperSmooth technology to record steady footage and the ability to shoot in 4k at 60fps – a very good starting point for any aspiring internet celebrity. Grab yours today through The Good Guy's while it's still at this great price   Amazon Echo Show 8 | AU$129 (was AU$229; save AU$100) Amazon has discounted the new Echo Show 8 by an incredible 44%! On its 8-inch screen, you can control your compatible smart home devices with your voice or the touchscreen display. You can also play your favourite tunes, stream movies and shows through Prime Video and much more. Head on down to the Amazon store to score yours today.   Bose QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones II | AU$349 (RRP AU$499.95; save AU$150.95)   One of the most popular headphones on the market, the Bose QC35 II is currently on sale directly through Bose’s Amazon store. These favoured headphones have top-notch noise cancellation technology and are incredibly comfortable. Bose also has incorporated Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa support for added functionality.   Ecovacs Deebot 710 | AU$399 (RRP AU$649; save AU$250) The Ecovac Deebot 710 is a decent and affordable robot vacuum cleaner that has been discounted by a massive AU$250! It has Google Home and Amazon Alexa enabled, so you can link it to other smart home devices and tell it when and where to start cleaning, all without getting off the lounge. To make this offer even more appealing, you can score a free water tank when using the code DEEBOTD710 at checkout Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 | AU$397 (RRP AU$549; save AU$152) Smash through those fitness goals and be summer ready with the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2! This amazing wearable has 39 workout modes and a heart rate and ECG sensor so you can work up a sweat and know exactly the amount of calories you’ve burned. It also comes with a handy health app that monitors your stress and sleep so you can actively practice mindfulness to be your higher-self.   XPS 13 2-in-1 Laptop  | i7 / 16GB / 512GB | AU$2,323.98 (was AU$3,098.98; save AU$805) Get your hands on the Dell XPS 2-in-1 laptop and save a massive $805!  This gorgeous Ultrabook has a 10-generation Intel Core i7 processor and 16GB of system memory. It also packs an incredible 512GB of storage too, so this machine is a great choice if you're in the market for an exceptional laptop at a fair price. Bose QuietComfort 35 II | AU$349 (RRP AU$499; save AU$150) Available in black and silver directly from Bose with a pretty darn good 24% discount is the ever popular QuietComfort 35 II. Each set is available for AU$379 but if you head over to Amazon, you could pocket some extra cash, score a 30% discount and snag one of these great headphones for just AU$349. Amazon Echo Show 8 | AU$159 (was AU$229; save AU$70) Amazon has discounted the new Echo Show 8 by an incredible 31%! On its 8-inch screen, you can control your compatible smart home devices with your voice or the touchscreen display. You can also play your favourite tunes, stream movies and shows through Prime Video and much more. Head on down to the Amazon store to score yours today   Samsung Galaxy S20 (128GB) | AU$1,249 (RRP AU$1,349; save AU$100) To infinity and beyond! The Samsung Galaxy S20 is discounted by a cool AU$100. This pocket rocket may be the baby of the family, but this newest addition to Samsung’s flagship family still packs a punch with the latest smartphone tech. This great deal is available in the stylish Cloud Pink colour option so you can stand out from the crowd. Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 | AU$444 (RRP AU$799; save AU$355)   Be ready for your return to the gym with the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2, now discounted by a cool 44%. Working out won’t be as hard thanks to this nifty wearable’s 39 workout modes and heart rate and ECG sensor. It also comes with a handy health app that monitors your stress and sleep so you can actively practice mindfulness to be your best self. Ready, set, get going with the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 today and save a massive AU$355!   Dyson V7 Motorhead cordless vacuum | AU$399 (was AU$599; save AU$200) Sick of lugging around your bulky vacuum cleaner? Well we have just the deal for you – the Dyson V7 Motorhead cordless vacuum is currently discounted by a whooping 33% through Catch! This magic stick has a 30-minute battery life (6-minute on max mode), a strong suction power and also doubles as a useful handheld vacuum. Pay a visit to Catch and save AU$200 on this essential household device. Sony WH-1000XM3 | AU$346 (RRP AU$449; save AU$153) The best headphones money can buy are currently discounted by an amazing AU$153 through Amazon. If you want the best-looking and most comfortable headphones, and you're all about audio quality, these are the cans for you. Offering a whopping 30-hours of battery life, these headphones will impress even the most critical audiophile. The discounted WH-1000XM3 is available in White directly through Sony’s Amazon store. They’re also available in Black for only AU$378. Apple AirPods (2019) with charging case | AU$202.40 (RRP AU$249; save AU$46.60) If you missed last week's AirPod bargain, there’s no need to fret as you can still score a pair of the popular Apple AirPods with a charging case for only AU$202.40 – that’s a decent saving of AU$46.60. While it’s not the biggest discount we’ve seen, this is your chance to snap up the stylish earbuds at 18% off the RRP. Just enter the code P15LIGHT at checkout to make them yours. Nintendo Switch Lite | AU$294 (RRP AU$329; save AU$35) It’s not a huge reduction in price but if you’re keen on grabbing yourself the smaller, lighter and handheld version of the original Switch, then head on down to Amazon’s online store to secure yourself a Nintendo Switch Lite for 11% off the RRP. You can get the grey, turquoise and yellow colour options at the price of AU$294. Dell Vostro 15 3000 | i7 / 8GB / 512GB / MX230 | AU$1,279 (RRP AU$2,139; save AU$860)   If you're in the market for a business laptop on a budge, the Dell Vostro is the perfect mid-range claimshell that has been discounted by a whopping 40%! Designed to get you through your work day with ease, the Vostro also has a discrete graphics card that will help when it comes time to switch off. While the MX230 isn't a powerful GPU, it will run some basic gaming when you require a little distraction. A 40% discount sees a cool AU$860 slashed off the RRP, and you can use the checkout code EOFY5 to score an additional 5% off. That brings the final price down to just AU$1,215  
  • Best air fryers of 2020 in Australia
    Best air fryers of 2020 in Australia Keep the flavour and get rid of the fat with these top air fryers  Air fryers have become popular kitchen appliances nowadays because of their ingenious way they crisp up our favourite foods without deep frying, meaning we can have our fried cake and eat it too. Air fryers work by using hot air combined with as little as a teaspoon of oil (as opposed to the liters required in a standard deep fryer) to produce the delectable crisp crunch we all know and love. For those who doubt the capability of these glorious machines, it’s true that an air fryer will not produce the exact same results as traditional frying methods, but with a decent air fryer model, it’s not far off.  As well as the numerous health benefits that come with using less fat and oil, it’s really a no-brainer to enjoy your favourite foods without the guilt.  HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST AIR FRYER FOR YOU To select the best air fryer for you, there are a couple of things to consider. First off: capacity. The size of the machine will depend on the size of your household – you don’t want to buy an appliance that is too small if you’ve got a large family, resulting in you having to make multiple batches to feed your brood.  The second is functionality – with a plethora of air fryer choices on the market and a variety of sizes to choose from, the deciding factor will eventually come down to its capabilities. Are you after only a basic air fryer model or do you want to go for the whole shebang with something that can bake, grill, reheat, steam and allow you to control the temperature to get the perfect result. To get you started, we’ve listed some of the best air fryers on the market that are sure to suit your needs – size, price and functionality have all been considered to help find the right one for you. Healthy Choice AF1000 Air Fryer RRP: AU$199.95 | Official Healthy Choice product page First off the block is the Healthy Choice AF1000 Air Fryer – a great choice for the budget conscious. This fryer has a high speed air circulation system for quick and even cooking as well as fully adjustable temperature controls which will produce superior-tasting goods every time. With its non-stick finish for easy clean-up and 10L capacity that can fit a whole chicken, your next meal will not only be fast and hassle free but healthier, too.  Click here to find the best Healthy Choice AF1000 prices in Australia Philips HD9742 Premium Air Fryer RRP: AU$399 | Official Philips product page Next up is the highly popular Philips HD9742 Air Fryer – rated 4.5-out-of-5 by users, this premium fryer certainly seems worth the investment. Philips’ appliance boasts Twin TurboStar technology that is utilised not only to fry your favourite foods, but also remove the fat, making it one of the best and healthiest ways to fry food for you and your family. In addition, this fryer has a QuikClean basket with non-stick mesh, four preset settings for popular dishes and a Keep Warm mode so your food will never go cold. With all these features plus more, is there any wonder the Philips HD9742 Air Fryer is one of the most sought-after fryers on the market?  Click here to find the best Philips HD9742 prices in Australia Tefal Easy Fry Classic Air Fryer RRP: AU$199 | Official Tefal product page With its median price-point, the Tefal Easy Fry Classic Air Fryer is the perfect middle ground between premium and budget and would suit those who don't want to skimp on quality but also refuse to splurge. This fryer features ‘Air Pulse’ technology that Tefal promises will cook crispy fried food with little-to-no oil. In addition to this, the Easy Fry Classic not only frys but also grills, roasts and bake your favourite treats – a perfect all-rounder kitchen appliance.  Click here to find the best Tefal Easy Fry Classic prices in Australia Ninja Air Fryer Max RRP: AU$349.99 | Official Ninja product page Most people know Ninja for creating fabulous blenders that are perfect for a morning smoothie, but did you know that they also make air fryers? The Ninja Air Fryer Max lets you cook a variety of snacks, sides and full meals with 6 nifty functions that include air fry, roast, bake, reheat, dehydrate and max crisp. It also has a super-hot max temperature of 240C with fast air-flow calculation to evenly cook and crisp frozen food to perfection within minutes. Click here to find the best Ninja Air Fryer prices in Australia Philips HD9216 Air Fryer RRP AU$239 | Official Philips product page Finishing off our list is the Philips HD9216 Air Fryer – also known as ‘Original’ or ‘Daily Collection’. This was the first of many Air Fryers from Philips and whilst its newer sibling is bigger and has more features, the HD9216 still holds itself strong and is promised to deliver the desired crispy results with every use.  Philips have designed the HD9216 with Rapid Air technology which circulates hot air around a metal mesh cooking basket, requiring little or no oil as it fries, bakes and grills. It also comes with pre-set cooking times of up to 30-minutes and an auto-off function (for safety), along with a “ready” sound indicator so you won’t burn your meal.  If you’re not impressed by all the fancy features of the Philips HD9742 and are after a basic but solid air fryer that will do the job justice, then the HD9216 Original is for you. Click here to find the best Philips HD9216 prices in Australia Click here to compare more Air Fryers on Getprice
  • Must-Have Workout Equipment
    Must-Have Workout Equipment The Getprice team has put together a list of the essential workout equipment you will need to stay fit and healthy while in self-isolation. As the number of coronavirus cases increases around the globe, more and more people are starting to self-isolate and looking at ways to not only keep themselves entertained, but maintain their fitness and mental health. With gyms closed for the foreseeable future, stores across the nation are beginning to see a huge spike in fitness equipment sales as people either prepare themselves for a potential lock-down or look to find their daily workout adrenaline dosee. If you’re looking to jump on the fitness bandwagon and use this opportunity of isolation to get into shape but not sure where to start, we have put together a list of the essential gym equipment you’ll need to get you started and the exercises you can do with them. 1. Fitness Ball (Exercise Ball) A fitness ball, also known as an exercise ball, is constructed of soft elastic and varies in diameters but can range anywhere from 35 to 85 centimeters when filled with air. This ball has numerous benefits – not only can it assist you in a work out, you can also use one to sit on at your home or office instead of the standard desk chair. It has been proven that using a fitness ball instead of a chair burns extra calories, improves posture, and can tone core muscles.   Exercises A fitness ball can be used for a wide range of exercises (which you don’t need a gym for) that will keep you fit and healthy. Some of these exercise include:  - V sit-up - Knee tuck - Overhead ball squat - Wall squat - Balance push-up - Single-leg bridge The above are just a few of the many exercises you can do with a fitness ball.   Sizes  There are varying different sizes of fitness balls; here is a breakdown of what size ball you should get based on your height: - Short height (between 5 ft- 5.5ft):  55-centimeter ball - Medium height: (between 5.6ft and 5.11ft): 5-centimeter ball - Tall height: (between 6ft and 6.3ft): 75-centimeter ball.   Click here to find the best fitness ball prices in Australia 2. Training Bench A training bench is a piece of equipment that resembles a normal bench but is designed to assist weight training. Training benches are very common as they enhance your strength-conditioning and are incorporated into many workouts – if you walk into any gym, you’ll be sure to find a training bench.   Types Training benches come in a variety of designs – fixed horizontal, fixed inclined, fixed in a folded position, with one adjustable portion, with two or more adjustable portions, with racks to hold bars, etc. There are plenty of manufacturers that produce this product so depending on the vendor and your budget, you can find a varieity of different benches that will suit your needs.   Exercises Many of the exercises performed with a training bench involve the use of dumbbells but there are a few you can do that don’t require any weights. Here is a list of exercises you can do with a training bench: - Bench press with dumbbells - Incline bench press with dumbbells - Dumbbell pullover - Dips - Concentrated curl   Click here to find the best training bench prices in Australia 3. Dumbbell  A dumbbell is a type of free weight that is used in weight training. Dumbbells come in a wide range of different types and can be used individually or as a pair.    Types Surprisingly, dumbbells come in many varieties – to make it easier to choose which is the best for you, we have narrowed it down to the most popular sets on the market today:   Fixed Dumbbells A fixed dumbbell is one which cannot be increased or adjusted. It’s by far one of the most common dumbbells you’ll find in the gym as their set weight makes it easier to transition between exercises by simply putting the dumbbells back to exchange for another pair to suit your workout. One of the downsides to fixed dumbbells is that you might need to purchase many to suit your workout routine (especially if your intention is to increase muscle). The lightest dumbbells often start at 1kg and incrementally increase by 1-2kg – you could potentially be looking at purchasing a lot of weights. However, these dumbbells are a good starting point, especially for those who only wish to use them to assist with burning extra calories during workouts.   Hex Dumbbells Hex dumbbells are essentially fixed dumbbells that are shaped like a hexagon on each side of the hand-grip instead of being round. This makes it possible to be placed on the floor without them rolling around. As with the regular fixed dumbbells, you cannot adjust the weight so if you’re looking to steadily gain muscle mass (which requires you to increase weight) these might not be the best option for you.   Adjustable Dumbbells Adjustable dumbbell weight can be changed based on your need – a great option if you’re looking to become the next Arnold Schwarzenegger. These dumbbells come in three main parts: a dumbbell bar, weight plates and a lock to hold plates still. One of the biggest advantages of adjustable dumbbells is that they don’t require a lot of space or weights, you can simply add or subtract a couple of weights to best suit your workout. These dumbbells save space and money but make it trickier to transition from one exercise to another because you have to adjust your weight each time.    Exercise - Goblet Squat - Dumbbell clean - Bent-over row - Dumbbell bench press - Cross body hammer curl - Step-ups   Click here to find the best dumbbell prices in Australia 4. Jump rope The thought of a jump rope might bring back nostalgic memories from your childhood when you'd be playing on the school yard with your friends, but it doesn't have to remain a thing of the past – it’is actually a great way to warm up and burn extra calories (not to mention they're really fun)!   Types Jump ropes come in different coatings, threads and sizes depending on what you intend to use if for and in what setting. These types include: Outdoor Jumping If you’re looking to skip outside on a rough surface (like concrete) it is important to choose an outdoor rope that comes with a PVC cord or shatterproof beads for more durability.   Speed Jumping You can find many jumping ropes built exclusively for speed – made popular because of the double under technique used in CrossFit gyms. Because they’re lightweight and the rope is thin, these speed ropes are incredibly fast but may be a bit difficult if you’re a beginner.    Workout / Gym Ropes If you’re just after a jump rope to use at your home or local gym, search for a rope that has comfortable handles, a thick PVC cord and can easily be adjusted to suit your height.  Thick cords are beneficial as they are easier to use and will get you into the rhythm of jumping faster. They also don’t tangle so you won’t be opening your gym bag to a woven PVC mess.    Exercises Get your heart pumping with these simple (yet effective) exercises you can do with a jump rope: - Basic Jump - Alternate foot step jump - Boxer step jump - High knees - Rope jacks   Click here to find the best jump rope prices in Australia 5. Kettlebell  The kettlebell is a cast iron or cast steel ball with a handle attached to the top. Kettlebells are generally used for performing specific movements that are designed to build strength and endurance.   Types  There are different types of kettlebells, however, for the purpose of this article, we are only going to focus on the ones you are most likely to purchase for your home gym. Cast iron The most common type of kettlebell is constructed out of cast iron – this is your typical-looking kettlebell that has a handle wider than the bell itself. You will commonly see the cast iron kettlebell in both gyms and homes as they’re extremely versatile.    Exercises Now that you're looking at getting your very own kettlebell, you can begin to do a range of killer workouts that are sure to keep you fighting fit. Here’s a few to get you started: - Kettlebell swing - Kettlebell thrusters - Kettlebell clean and press - Kettlebell snatch - Kettlebell shoulder press   Click here to find the best kettlebell prices in Australia  

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