Cyber Monday may be over, but there are still some excellent deals out there. So, we scoured the internet for the best sales on our favorite products. Whether you're looking to upgrade to a Staub Dutch oven, finally buy a sous vide machine or an air fryer, or just re-stock some essentials (we're looking at you, Swedish dishcloths), we rounded up our favorite deals you can still get. In fact, most of the items below have won our equipment reviews.
Here's a quick list of some of our favorite sales:
- A Top-Notch Sous Vide Machine: Anova Immersion Circulator
- Our Favorite Coffee Grinder for Most People: OXO Brew Conical Burr Coffee Grinder
- The Best Air Fryer: Instant Vortex Plus Air Fryer
- A Phenomenal Coffee Maker: OXO Brew 8-Cup Coffee Maker
- The Best Vacuum Sealer: Anova Precision Vacuum Sealer Pro
- The Best Espresso Machine: Breville Bambino Plus Espresso Machine
- The Best Instant Pot: Instant Pot Pro
- A Fast, Accurate Thermometer: ThermoWorks Thermapen ONE
- An Essential Piece of Cookware: Made In Stainless Steel Skillet
- The Best Belgian Waffle Maker: All-Clad Belgian-Style Waffle Maker
- A Nice, Inexpensive Cutting Board: Ironwood Gourmet Acacia Wood Cutting Board
- The Best Budget-Friendly Food Processor: Cuisinart 14-Cup Food Processor
- An Investment-Worthy Dutch Oven: Staub 5.5-Quart Dutch Oven
- Kenji's Favorite Pizza Oven: ROCCBOX by Gozney Portable Outdoor Pizza Oven
- Another Great Pizza Oven: Ooni Koda 16 Pizza Oven
- A Fire Pit You Can Cook On: Solo Stove Bonfire Fire Pit 2.0
Anova Immersion Circulator
Normally $220, Now $139 on Amazon
One of our favorite sous vide machines from Anova is still 37% off. It features as onboard display, allowing you to control the immersion circulator sans WiFi or phone (though it also has an app, for those that want that experience). We found it to be accurate, too—essential for sous vide cooking.
OXO Brew Coffee Grinder
Normally $100, Now $80
Our favorite coffee grinder "for most people" is $20 off at the moment. We found it to be consistent, easily adjustable, and incredibly straightforward to use (it has just one start/stop button). As we said in our review, "This is about as inexpensive as a burr grinder gets before the grind quality really starts to fall off, making it a good starter grinder for most home-brewed coffee drinkers."
Instant Vortex Plus 6-Quart Air Fryer
Normally $160, Now $98
Our favorite air fryer is more than off at the moment. If you have the space for another appliance and have been curious about air frying, we do think an air fryer's worth it. Especially this one from Instant: it performed the best of the 11 models we tested and was incredibly easy to use thanks to its digital screen and handy control knob. And at less than $100, this is the lowest price we've ever seen it at.
OXO Brew 8-Cup Coffee Maker
Normally $200, Now $60
If you're looking for a top-notch coffee maker for not a lot of money (as far as coffee makers go!), this one from OXO from is one of our favorite automatic drip models. It has a thermal carafe that keeps coffee hot hot hot, a large showerhead for even extraction, and even offers the ability to also effectively brew smaller batches of coffee.Continue to 5 of 35 below.
Anova Precision Vacuum Sealer Pro
Normally $150, Now $100
Anova Culinary has some fantastic deals going on, including our favorite immersion circulator and overall top vacuum sealer pick. For those into sous vide or food preservation, the Pro offers a wide range of settings, effective suction, built-in bag storage, the ability to seal dry or wet, and no refractory period (that's the time between sealings). The smaller, less feature-y Anova Precision Vacuum Sealer is also on sale and just $55.
The Breville Bambino Plus Espresso Machine
Normally $500, Now $400
Our favorite Breville espresso machine is rarely discounted, but it's still 20% off. It's supremely easy to use and with, as we said in our review, "unparalleled temperature consistency and its ability to steam perfectly textured milk, it’s almost more difficult to make a bad espresso drink with this machine than it is to make a good one"
Instant Pot Pro
Normally $170, $100
The 6-quart version of our favorite 8-quart Instant Pot is 41% off (the larger model is on sale, too, just less discounted). What really sets this Instant Pot apart are its usability features, which include a steam release switch and handles on its cooking pot that prevent it from spinning around in its base and make it easier to lift out.
Yosukata Carbon Steel Wok Pan
Normally $70, Now $60
As one of our top wok picks, we found this pan to be heat responsive and durable and liked its smooth, slick surface. Its wooden handle stays cool to the touch and it's flat-bottomed, so it's compatible on any stovetop (and carbon steel, making it induction-friendly as well).
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ThermoWorks Thermapen ONE
Normally $99, Now $70
Our favorite instant-read thermometer is 30% off, and we only have good things to say about it. The Thermapen ONE is incredibly fast, comes in a range of colors, and has plenty of added usability features like an automatic backlight and rotating screen.
Made In Stainless Stainless Steel Skillet
Normally $109, Now $93 at Made In
Both the 12- and 10-inch versions of our favorite stainless steel skillet from Made In are 15% off. We found they heated evenly, and were responsive and comfortable to hold. And because of their affordable price, we named them our overall top pick over All-Clad. (The Made In skillets are induction compatible as well.)
All-Clad Belgian-Style Waffle Maker
Normally $200, Now $146
Of the 20 waffle irons we tested, this one from All-Clad was our favorite for Belgian waffles. It produced waffles so evenly browned, delicately crispy, and fluffy on the inside we think it's well worth its price. For those who are fans of lots of butter and maple syrup, the All-Clad's waffles have extra-deep divots for cradling these two.
Cuisinart ICE-21 1.5-Quart Ice Cream Maker
Normally $70, Now $56
Our winning ice cream maker is 20% off—a great excuse to get your hands on it and start filling your freezer with homemade churned treats. During testing, we loved how easy it was to use (just one on/off switch). Plus, it doesn't take up a ton of space, a feat which many ice cream makers can't claim.Continue to 13 of 35 below.
Chef'n FreshForce Citrus Juicer
Normally $25, Now $20
A good citrus juicer juices lemons and limes in one swift movement and directs the juice into a vessel and off the countertop. This model from Chef'n was our favorite when we tested citrus juicers years ago and re-won when we recently re-reviewed them. So, it really is tried and true.
Staub 5.5-Quart Dutch Oven
Normally $464, Now $280
One of our favorite Dutch ovens is 40% off at the moment in the color "cherry" (other colors are also discounted, just not as much). It offers incredible performance and durability. For those concerned about a light-colored enamel Dutch oven discoloring, have no fear: the Staub's black enamel interior hides any stains or scratches. (And, yes, we do think it's worth investing in a heritage brand Dutch oven.)
ROCCBOX by Gozney Portable Outdoor Pizza Oven
Normally $500, Now $400 at Gozney
Kenji's top outdoor pizza oven pick is reliable, easy to operate, and can be used with gas, charcoal, or kindling (as long as you have the right attachment—the price above is for the gas-only version). As our review notes, "The flame is large, it burns efficiently and reliably, and it keeps the oven hot for pizza after pizza, with only a few minutes of recovery time."
Ooni Koda 16
For those looking for a gas-powered Ooni, the Koda 16 is one of our top recommendations. It has an extra-large opening that can accommodate bigger pies and its controls/ignitor are located on the right side of the oven, which makes them more accessible (most Oonis have them at the back).Continue to 17 of 35 below.
Swedish Wholesale Swedish Dish Cloths
Normally $25, Now $18
A Swedish dishcloth is the reusable cross between a paper towel and a sponge that you didn't know you needed (or even if you did know, you can't beat the price on this discounted pack of 10 cloths).
Ironwood Gourmet End-Grain Acacia Wood Cutting Board
Normally $80, Now $60
What's to like about our budget-friendly wooden cutting board recommendation? A lot! It won't dull your knife quickly, it doesn't crack, split, or warp, and it's a mere $60. It has non-slip feet, which do render the one side of the board unusable, but if you find your boards slip and slide around a lot you might appreciate them.
Made In Decanter
Normally $90, Now $71
We recently tested wine decanters, and this model from Made In was one of our top pick in our soon-to-be-published review. We liked its compact size and wide mouth that was easy to pour wine into.
Solo Stove Bonfire + Stand 2.0
Normally $470, Now $225 at Solo Stove
We reviewed the original Solo Stove Bonfire Fire Pit (plus a few grilling attachments) this past summer, and we loved it for backyard parties when you really want to show off your live-fire cooking chops. And now the newer version (plus it's stand) is $175 off. The Bonfire itself (sans stand) is also on sale, as well as the grill top and hub.Continue to 21 of 35 below.
Cuisinart 14-Cup Food Processor
Normally $250, Now $200
Our favorite budget-friendly food processor is $50 off. The Cuisinart is powerful, precise, and couldn't be easier to use: with just two control buttons, an S-blade for most everything, and two slicing and shredding discs. It appears that only the stainless steel finish has the added coupon.
Virginia Boys Kitchens Extra-Large Walnut Wood Cutting Board
Normally $200, Now $165
Our mid-priced carving board recommendation is 18% off at the moment. It's reversible, has a nicely-sized juice groove, and was large enough for carving a turkey (plus room to set the slices as you go).
PolyScience Breville Gun Pro Smoke Infuser
Normally $150, Now $116
Our favorite cocktail smoker (that can certainly used for smoking foods beyond cocktails) is 23% off. It has an adjustable fan and yields a steady amount of smoke. As we said in our review, "Even on the highest setting, we found the smoke quite subtle and nuanced; it didn't pack a punch of unpleasant smoke like other units did."
MANNKITCHEN Professional Grade Stainless Steel Spatula
Normally $25, Now $21
This offset turner can do it all: flip pancakes, smash burgers, and neatly serve lasagna. Aside from acing all of our tests, we really loved that all three edges were beveled, allowing it to scrap and flip from all sides equally well.Continue to 25 of 35 below.
TUO Slicing Knife
Normally $51, Now $39
This slicing knife has a rounded grip and an angled bolster for ergonomic, comfortable slicing. It's able to cut meat into razor-thin slices with ease and its dimples prevent things from sticking to the blade. If you only plan on gifting it or only pulling it out a couple of times a year (like during the holidays), the knife comes with a handy storage box.
Chicago Metallic Commercial II Non-Stick Cooking Baking/Sheet
Normally $30, Now $23
Our favorite nonstick baking sheet is slick and durable (for nonstick). Unlike darker hued nonstick sheet pans that bake faster and deeper, the Chicago Metallic is lighter colored and more similar to a standard uncoated aluminum sheet pan (our preference), so recipe times don't need adjusting.
Hydro Flask 24 oz Wide Mouth With Straw
Normally $40, Now $30 at Amazon and Hydro Flask
This emerged as a great, no-frills water bottle during our water bottle testing. Its narrow body made it easy to put in car cup holders, and we liked the built-in straw, which made hydrating even easier.Continue to 29 of 35 below.
OXO Brew Compact Cold Brew Maker
Normally $34, Now $28
With its unique showerhead that saturates the coffee evenly and a spring-loaded release valve, the OXO Compact Cold Brew Coffee Maker was the most user-friendly model we tested. It routinely scored high marks in tastes tests, and was easy to clean, too—a common sticking point for cold brew makers.
Material The Table Knives
Normally $90, Now $72
While these weren't named our favorite steak knives, we still really liked them. They have comfortable, slim handles and come with a little storage block, so you can easily keep them on the countertop and transport them to the table come dinner. The knives are available in four color options, as well as mixed set (one knife in each color).
KitchenAid Professional 5 Plus 5-Quart Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer
Normally $450, Now $250
A KitchenAid mixer is a must-have in any kitchen. And while this isn't our favorite stand mixer, it's still pretty good and we prefer bowl-lift models over tilt-head ones (more power). Plus, it's $200 off at the moment.
Made-In Pie Dish
Normally $59, Now $50 at Amazon and Made In
Our favorite stoneware pie pan features a flat rim, which allowed for more creative crimping. It delivered golden, evenly browned pie crusts, and while it might not have performed quite as well as our stainless steel top pick, its modern style looks great for those who want an attractive serving dish.
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Luma Comfort Clear Ice Cube Maker Machine
Normally $340, Now $240 on Amazon
While our ice maker review isn't live yet, we happen to know that this offering from Luma is one of our top picks. It makes hard, ultra-clear ice that's great for making stirred cocktails. And right now it's 29% off.
KitchenAid Full-Size Dish Drying Rack
Normally $85, Now $47
Our favorite dish drying rack is 54% off and is the one to get if you wash a lot of dishes. In our testing, it held all of the plates, bowls, glasses, and cookware we placed on it with ease. Its drainage mat slid nicely out too, for cleanup.
Made-In 3-Quart Stainless Clad Saucier
Normally $139, Now $111 at Made In
Even though it was the lightest model we tested, this saucier from Made In won top marks due to its even heat conduction and overall shape. The rounded corners were ideal for stirring and scraping, and its comfortable handle was easy to hold onto. It's also induction compatible.
When is Cyber Monday this year?
This year, Cyber Monday Falls on November 28, 2022. (It's the Monday following Black Friday.)
Is Cyber Monday better than Black Friday?
Many retailers have sales that begin on Black Friday and extend through Cyber Monday, so both days are great times to score some deals. Some retailers offer day-specific or daily deals, so if you're really wanting something don't hold out!
What sales should I look out for?
Cyber Monday is a great time to score discounts on high-priced items like Vitamixes, stand mixers, cookware, waffle makers, and coffee machines. However, lots of inexpensive items you'll use every day (like the Swedish dish cloths we featured above) are also on sale.