Most Black Friday 2017 deals are complicated. There’s doorbusters, select limited-stock deals on certain items, blackout windows, and 30-page ads to wade through to get the handful of deals that are actually relevant.

But Monoprice has decided to make the whole thing a lot simpler. The cheap-and-cheerful gadget retailer’s Black Friday 2017 deals have been announced, and it’s all sales, zero fluff.

The headline deal is that (nearly) everything on Monoprice’s website will be 20% off on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. With just a handful of limitations on a few items, virtually everything the company sells is on sale. Want to stock up on charging cables, rewire your house, or buy cheap cooking gadgets? Now’s a good time. (Cooking gadgets also make good Christmas gifts, FYI.)

In addition to the site-wide sale, there’s also a few deeper discounts on some select products:

·       27in 4K ActiveHDR Desktop Monitor with Aluminum Bezel – $299.99

·       25 Watt Stereo Hybrid Tube Amplifier with Bluetooth – $99.99 + FS

·       Premium 5.1-Ch. Home Theater System with Subwoofer– $139.99 + FS

·       Monoprice Wireless Charger, 1A – $9.99 + FS

·       CanSolo Bluetooth Speakers – $39.99 + FS

·       Monolith 2×200 Watts Per Channel Two Channel Home Theater Stereo Power Amplifier – $799.99

·       Monolith 5×200 Watts Per Channel Multi-Channel Home Theater Power Amplifier – $1,099

·       Monolith 3×200 Watts Per Channel Multi-Channel Home Theater Power Amplifier – $899

·       5 PAIRS Of High-Quality Gold Plated Speaker Banana Plugs, Closed Screw Type – $4.57

·       MP Intelligent High Suction, Self-Docking, Self-Charging Robotic Vacuum Cleaner with Drop-Sensing Technology and HEPA Style Filter for Pet Fur and Allergens, Hard Floor / Carpet – $99.99

·       Monolith M1060 Planar Headphones – $249.99 + FS

The deals go live at midnight, Wednesday 22nd November. For obvious reasons, this is an online-only sale.

Chris Mills has loved tinkering with technology ever since he worked out how to defeat the parental controls on his parents' internet. He's blogged his way through Apple events and SpaceX launches ever since, and still keeps a bizarre fondness for the Palm Pre.