Welcome to our roundup of the best Amazon Echo deals, with the latest pricing available for all of the Echo devices.

There are several versions of the Echo smart speaker available, giving you plenty of choice in price and performance - here's a rundown of all the Echo deals that are available as well as our best pricing from all retailers - not just Amazon.

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New Amazon Echo (2nd generation)


  • Dimensions: 148.5 x 88 x 88mm, 820g
  • Audio: 2.5-inch woofer and 0.6-inch tweeter

Amazon Echo is a new version of the original smart speaker with Alexa. It's cheaper than its predecessor which is great, but if you're after top-notch sound quality then go for the Echo Plus (below). We think this model will be replaced later in September/October 2019. 


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Amazon Echo Plus (2nd generation)


  • Dimensions: 148 x 99 x 99mm, 780g
  • Audio: 3.0-inch neodymium woofer and 0.8-inch tweeter

Amazon's second-generation Echo Plus is the best option for music lovers. It offers excellent Dolby-enhanced sound that's a vast improvement over the standard Echo. Echo Plus has all the Alexa skills you know and love but it's a much more capable smart home controller, thanks to the inclusion of Zigbee.

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Amazon Echo Dot (3rd generation)


  • Dimensions: 43 x 99 x 99 mm, 300mm
  • Audio: Built-in speaker, 3.5 mm stereo audio output for use with external speakers

Echo Dot is a small cylinder that was redesigned in 2018 with a much punchier speaker than the previous generation. It can now be used for music in a small space. There's a 3.5mm audio jack and Bluetooth to make other devices smart (if this is all you want then see below). It's basically just the top section of the Amazon Echo and it can do all the same stuff. 

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Amazon Echo Input


  • Dimensions: 14 x 80 x 80mm, 79g
  • Audio: None

Announced as part of Amazon's big Echo refresh last September, the Echo Input is like an Echo Dot but without any type of speaker inside. It's literally for bringing Alexa to another speaker that has its own power source and there is a 3.5mm input (like the Chromecast Audio). 

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Amazon Echo Show 5


Dimensions: 148 x 86 x 73 mm, 410g
Camera: 1-megapixel sensor
Audio: 5-microphone array, 1.65-inch speaker, 3.5mm output

So-called because of its compact 5.5-inch display, the latest Echo is a super little device at a great price. Indeed, because it's effectively competing with the standard Amazon Echo on price we think many will plump for this device instead. Like the Echo Spot, it can also be used as a gradually-brightening alarm clock, while there's a privacy shutter over the camera, too. 

The Echo Show 5 is available in charcoal (pictured) and sandstone, while there's also a optional magnetic stand so you can tilt the device. 

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Amazon Echo Show (2nd generation)


  • Dimensions: 246 x 174 x 107mm, 1.75kg
  • Camera: 5-megapixel sensor
  • Audio: 8-microphone array, dual 2-inch stereo speakers

The Echo Show is a touchscreen device with built-in Alexa and it can do everything the other Echos can but there's a built-in display to show you more information such as a full weather report, recipes and, even, the image from your Ring Video Doorbell. Skype support is also coming. The second generation introduced far punchier sound and a larger display, too. 

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Echo Wall Clock 


  • Dimensions: 254 x 254 x 41mm, 380 grams

The Wall Clock is a bit of a strange Echo device because it doesn't have Alexa built in. Instead, it relies on you having another Alexa device around which it can pair with. The clock enables you to visually display timers on your wall so you can see when your broccoli will be finished at-a-glance. Setting up the clock is simple - there's an included wall fixer and batteries. Once you’ve popped in the batteries, sync the clock to your compatible Echo device by saying "Alexa, set up my Echo Wall Clock”.

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Amazon Echo Spot


  • Dimensions: 32 x 84 x 84mm, 163g
  • Audio: Built-in speaker, 3.5mm stereo audio output

The Amazon Echo Spot is like a round version of the Echo Show 5. Or the Echo Dot with a 2.5-inch screen, if you like. It's designed as a bedside device so Alexa can wake you up each day. Like the Echo Show lineup, it can be used to make video calls, with a front camera.

Amazon Echo Look

  • Availability: View at Amazon US - it's not available in the UK
  • Camera: 5-megapixel sensor
  • Audio: Built-in microphone array, built-in speaker

This Wi-Fi camera that offers full Alexa but also plus hands-free photo and video. It's pitched as a cloud-connected fashion consultant that enables you to snap pictures of yourself when dressed. Alexa's software will automatically blur the background in each image to make your outfit pop, and then it uses machine learning to serve up Amazon Fashion recommendations.

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Amazon Echo Connect

  • Availability: View at Amazon US
  • Dimensions: 130 x 90 x 29.5mm, 126.9g
  • Included cables: Power adapter, Micro-USB cable, RJ11 splitter, phone cable
  • Audio: N/A

The Echo Connect is a box that you plug your landline phone connection into to turn it into a voice-controlled system. The box works with an Echo to give you Alexa control over your conventional phone line. You will be able to make and receive calls in the home simply by telling it to answer or ring a contact. It's in the US now and apparently will come to the UK and Germany this year.

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Amazon Echo Buttons


  • Dimensions: 75 x 75 x 36mm, 52g
  • Included cables: N/A, requires two AAA batteries (included)
  • Audio: N/A

Echo Buttons are Bluetooth-connected devices with an illuminated button that can connect to Alexa for gaming. You can basically slap these buzzer buttons as you play. 

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