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The best UK deals for Monday: Nintendo Switch bundles, Optimum Nutrition protein powders, Panasonic breadmakers, and more

The weekend is over and it's time to attack the week with confidence, positivity, and energy. Actually, that seems a little full-on for a Monday. Maybe we are better off saying that it's time to attack the week slowly and steadily, building up some steady momentum. Don't want to burn out too early.

Ease into the first working day of the week in the best way possible, by checking out these deals. The chance to save on tech for the home, personal care products, fitness deals, and kitchen appliances will soothe you, and leave you truly ready to take on all this week can throw at you.

We have shortlisted the very best deals on a wide range of products, so even if you didn't know that you needed something, you will now. You can save over £30 on McAfee 2019 Total Protection, £200 on a Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 5100 electric toothbrush with travel case, and over £500 on a Krups Evidence automatic espresso coffee machine.

In a selection of deals in which you really can save big, the best deal is hard to select. If we were pressed into a choice, we would have to go with the deal on Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard whey protein powder. This would usually cost you £119.99 but is currently available for just £41.99. That's a huge discount that won't stick around for long.

These are the best deals from across the internet for Jan. 28.

Tech for the home

A Nintendo Switch bundle is among the deals available.

Personal care deals

Save a massive £200 with Philips.

Save a massive £200 with Philips.

Fitness deals

Down from £119.99 to just £41.99.

Down from £119.99 to just £41.99.

Kitchen deals

Save over £500 on a Krups coffee machine.

Save over £500 on a Krups coffee machine.

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