Save big with Cyber Monday deals on premium home appliances we love

These limited-time deals won't last long, but the quality appliances you buy will.
The best appliance Cyber Monday deals
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Cyber Monday is the ideal time to save hundreds of dollars on a kitchen upgrade that might be hard to justify otherwise. Vitamix, KitchenAid, Breville, and other premium appliance makers have slashed hundreds of dollars off the price of their highest-end gear. Any of these appliances will save you time in the kitchen, making tasks like kneading bread dough, blending homemade soup, or brewing barista-quality coffee at home a cinch.

Vitamix Propel Series 510 Blender $279.95 (Was $479.95)

Vitamix Propel Series 510 Blender

If you need a blender powerful enough for making everything from smoothies to soups, Vitamix’s Propel Series 510 is a can’t-miss Cyber Monday deal. A $200 discount on Amazon brings the 48-ounce blender down to its lowest price ever. The Propel Series 510 is outfitted with 10 speed settings, a BPA-free dishwasher-safe container, and laser-cut stainless steel blades that won’t dull after years of use. Glyphs located next to the speed control knob allow you to access settings specifically designed for smoothies and soups with a single twist. Once you’re done cooking, add a little soap and water to the blender’s container and run it at its highest speed. This will quickly clean the bowl.

Want to check out other blenders, or maybe coffee makers, air fryers, multi-cookers, nugget ice, toasters, and any manner of other countertop convenience? We got you:

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Brandt Ranj is a commerce reporter at Popular Science. He writes about the latest and greatest gadgets, from headphones and TVs to chargers and cables. He splits his time between New York City, Long Island, and Croatia, carting test gear around the U.S. and the globe.