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Enjoy your favourite music in peace with the latest from Amazon.ca, where the just-announced Echo Buds Noise Cancelling Wireless Earbuds are now available to pre-order in Canada, starting at $154.99.

Originally unveiled on October 12, Echo Buds are second-generation truly wireless earbuds from Amazon, with features including active noise cancellation, hands-free Alexa support, up to five hours of listening time on a single charge, USB-C and more.

Echo Buds were released in the United States earlier this year and have received positive reviews for their affordable price and sound quality, but the noise cancellation is reportedly not as strong as other premium earbuds like the Apple AirPods Pro or Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro.

Echo Buds are scheduled for release on October 21 and all four configurations qualify for free shipping from Amazon.ca.


Posted October 8: Fire HD 8 Kids Pro Tablet (2020) $130, Fire TV Stick 4K $60, Fire TV Stick Lite $30 + More

Find new tech for the fall at Amazon.ca, where you can save up to 50% on Amazon devices including eero networking, Fire TV streaming sticks, Kindle eReaders and more.

There are over a dozen Amazon devices on sale and we've listed a handful of deals to give you an idea of what's available.

Echo Smart Speakers

eero Networking

Fire Tablets

Fire TV

Kindle eReaders

These device deals are effective online for a limited time. Amazon.ca offers free shipping for all Prime members or on orders over $35.00 for those who aren't members.


Posted September 21: Pre-Order the New Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition in Canada

Read your favourite books with an all-new device from Amazon.ca, where the just-announced Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition are now available to pre-order in Canada.

Originally unveiled on September 21, the 2021 Kindle Paperwhite is the latest-generation Kindle e-reader and successor to the 2018 Kindle Paperwhite, with upgrades including a larger 6.8" display, slimmer bezels, adjustable warm light, USB-C and 8GB of storage. The Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition ups the storage to 32GB and adds auto-adjusting light sensors and wireless charging compatibility (with a separate charger).

Both models also feature an upgraded interface for faster page turns, up to 10 hours of battery life on a single charge and IPX8 water resistance.

The Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition are scheduled for release on October 27 and both devices qualify for free shipping from Amazon.ca.


Posted September 10: Up to $30.00 Off Select Fire TV Streaming Devices, Including the 2021 Fire TV Stick

Stay home and stream your favourite shows with new deals from Amazon.ca, where you can save up to $30.00 on select Fire TV streaming devices, including the third-generation Fire TV Stick released in April 2021.

There are three Fire TV devices on sale and we've listed each one below.

All Fire TV devices support several popular streaming platforms including Crave, Disney+, Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube and more.

These device deals are effective online for a limited time. Amazon.ca offers free shipping for all Prime members or on orders over $35.00 for those who aren't members.


Posted September 9: Pre-Order the New Fire TV Stick 4K Max in Canada

Upgrade your streaming experience with the latest from Amazon.ca, where the all-new Fire TV Stick 4K Max is now available to pre-order for $74.99 with free shipping.

Originally unveiled on September 9, the Fire TV Stick 4K Max is the newest and most powerful streaming stick in the Fire TV family, with a new quad-core 1.8GHz processor, 2GB of RAM, Wi-Fi 6 compatibility and the latest-generation Fire TV Alexa Voice Remote – for reference, performance is approximately 40% faster than the popular Fire TV Stick 4K from 2018, which is regularly $69.99.

The Fire TV Stick 4K Max is functionally identical to other Fire TV devices, with support for several streaming platforms including Crave, Disney+, Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube and more at up to 4K resolution. A few other features include:

  • Our most powerful streaming stick - 40% more powerful than Fire TV Stick 4K, with faster app starts and more fluid navigation
  • Support for next-gen Wi-Fi 6 for smoother 4K streaming across multiple Wi-Fi 6 devices
  • Watch content in vibrant 4K Ultra HD with support for Dolby Vision, HDR, HDR10+ and immersive Dolby Atmos audio
  • Stream for free with ad-supported apps like YouTube, CBC Gem, ICI TOU.TV and Tubi
  • Watch live TV, news and sports with subscriptions to Bell Fibe TV, Sportsnet, CBC Gem, Red Bull TV and others
  • Latest-generation Alexa Voice Remote lets you launch content with your voice and get to favourite apps quickly with preset buttons
  • Fluid gameplay and fast-rendering graphics with a 750Mhz GPU
  • Alexa lets you view live camera feeds, check the weather, dim the lights, stream music and much more

The Fire TV Stick 4K Max is scheduled for release on October 7 and qualifies for free shipping from Amazon.ca.

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    • One of my old ones just bricked on an update push. Time to replace!

      Thanks OP
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    • this vs chrome tv or chrome cast? any idea?
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    • Hoserdave wrote: One of my old ones just bricked on an update push. Time to replace!

      Thanks OP
      I had a ver1 that didn't brick itself, but started exhibiting lag/stuttering on the Bell Fibe app so I grabbed one of these a few weeks ago @ $39.99.

      The only downside is that they appear to have nerfed the HDMI-CEC function on these lite versions. I didn't have TV buttons on the old remote either, but I could still connect to (and control) through voice commands. That function is no longer available on the new stick.
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    • I just bought this recently at full MSRP so I contacted Amazon customer service about refunding the difference. They told me that they do not offer a price drop protection and that I would have to buy it again at the new price and return the original one. After talking to the customer service rep briefly he said that he would just give back the difference as an amazon gift card. If you also bought this at a higher price recently I suggest you do the same.
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    • TheSuperSamoanDiet wrote: I just bought this recently at full MSRP so I contacted Amazon customer service about refunding the difference. They told me that they do not offer a price drop protection and that I would have to buy it again at the new price and return the original one. After talking to the customer service rep briefly he said that he would just give back the difference as an amazon gift card. If you also bought this at a higher price recently I suggest you do the same.
      YMMV on that...
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    • TheSuperSamoanDiet wrote: I just bought this recently at full MSRP so I contacted Amazon customer service about refunding the difference. They told me that they do not offer a price drop protection and that I would have to buy it again at the new price and return the original one. After talking to the customer service rep briefly he said that he would just give back the difference as an amazon gift card. If you also bought this at a higher price recently I suggest you do the same.
      You can also check with your credit card, some have price drop protection for 60-90 days.
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    • Great deal OP.

      No volume and power button sucks though.
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    • IHavocI wrote: Great deal OP.

      No volume and power button sucks though.
      +1 I keep seeing deals on this but not the one with TV controls which is so convenient, already have 2 of them
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    • TimmyT20801 wrote: this vs chrome tv or chrome cast? any idea?
      For me the Apple TV support makes this one more interesting.
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    • has anyone installed IPTV on this? wondering whether it is smooth or too slow..
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    • with the remote... is it IR or Wifi?

      is there private listening options like roku has? (phone to headphones?)

      basically trying to decide between this and a roku stick. already have the roku and its fine and has the IR remote and private listening..

      this would be going on a 720p tv
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    • kiasu wrote: has anyone installed IPTV on this? wondering whether it is smooth or too slow..
      Came in to ask the same question.

      I was thinking of grabbing one of these and a IPTV subscription for my parents.
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    • The biggest headache with the fire sticks is if you use Bluetooth soundboard or Bluetooth headphones the remote can't change change volume on Bluetooth devices. Which is nutty stupid.

      I guess they 'fixed' that issue on this version by just removing the volume buttons entirely.
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    • klevenisms204 wrote: with the remote... is it IR or Wifi?

      is there private listening options like roku has? (phone to headphones?)

      basically trying to decide between this and a roku stick. already have the roku and its fine and has the IR remote and private listening..

      this would be going on a 720p tv
      The included Alexa Voice Remote Lite use bluetooth.

      You can pair bluetooth headphones with Fire TV Sticks

      How to pair your Bluetooth headphones with your Fire TV
      Watch your favorite shows without disturbing friends and family
      https://amazonfiretv.blog/how-to-pair-y ... be36961773
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    • fyrebug wrote: The biggest headache with the fire sticks is if you use Bluetooth soundboard or Bluetooth headphones the remote can't change change volume on Bluetooth devices. Which is nutty stupid.

      I guess they 'fixed' that issue on this version by just removing the volume buttons entirely.
      There was a software update at the end of July that makes it possible to lower and raise the volume of bluetooth audio devices using the remote buttons.

      Fire TVs can now control Bluetooth Headphone/Speaker Volume using the remote buttons
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    • kinz186 wrote: Came in to ask the same question.

      I was thinking of grabbing one of these and a IPTV subscription for my parents.
      Works fine.
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    • Dhanushan wrote: The included Alexa Voice Remote Lite use bluetooth.

      You can pair Bluetooth headphones with Fire TV Sticks

      How to pair your Bluetooth headphones with your Fire TV
      Watch your favorite shows without disturbing friends and family
      https://amazonfiretv.blog/how-to-pair-y ... be36961773
      Thanks for the tip!

      I always forget about those perks of using a Firestick.



      I'm waiting for more deals on the Firestick 4k during Black Friday.
      Amazon usually gives a good deal on Amazon electronics.
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    • They are releasing the Fire TV Stick 4K Max tomorrow.

      Our most powerful streaming stick - 40% more powerful than Fire TV Stick 4K, with faster app starts and more fluid navigation.

      Support for next-gen Wi-Fi 6 - Enjoy smoother 4K streaming across multiple Wi-Fi 6 devices.

      Cinematic experience - Watch in vibrant 4K Ultra HD with support for Dolby Vision, HDR, HDR10+ and immersive Dolby Atmos audio.

      Do more with your smart home - View the front door camera without stopping your show using Live View Picture-in-Picture. Ask Alexa to check the weather or dim the lights.

      Game on - Fluid gameplay and fast-rendering graphics with a 750Mhz GPU.
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