Skip to main content

Get up to 50% off Google Nest speakers with these big Black Friday deals

Google Nest Hub (2nd Generation)
(Image credit: Google)

Crutchfield is doing Black Friday right by the looks of these Google Nest deals. Move fast and you can get 50% off the Google Nest Hub (2nd Gen) (opens in new tab) or if you prefer 40% off the Google Nest Audio (opens in new tab)

The Nest Hub (2nd Gen) offer smarts, sound and a screen for $100. But today, it's just $50 (opens in new tab)! As for the Google Nest Audio smart speaker, it drops from $100 to only $60 (opens in new tab) – that's the lowest price we've seen it.

Hey Google, take me to Crutchfield Black Friday deals (opens in new tab)...

(opens in new tab)

Nest Hub (2nd Gen) $100 $50 at Crutchfield (save $50) (opens in new tab) Google's smart screen streams music and boasts clever sleep sensing tech. This deal applies to four finishes (Chalk, Charcoal, Mist and Sand). You even get free shipping in addition to the $50 saving.

(opens in new tab)

Nest Audio $100 $60 at Crutchfield (save $40) (opens in new tab)
Google's smart speaker is now back down to its cheapest-ever price. This deal applies to all five finishes (Charcoal, Sky, Sage, Sand and Chalk), and includes free shipping.

The Google Nest Hub (2nd Gen) boasts a 7-inch touchscreen and offers a range of new features, including Motion Sense for gesture control, support for Netflix and Disney Plus, built-in Google Cast functionality and Sleep Sensing, which helps you get a decent night’s sleep (you need the Google Home, Assistant and Google Fit apps to set it up). There's no camera, so big brother won't be able to watch you.

At $100, we declared it a bargain. Now that you can pick it up for just $50 at Crutchfield (opens in new tab), it's hard to find fault. Sure, the Amazon Echo Show 10  – a similar smart-speaker-with-screen concept – is bigger and has a camera, but it's more expensive and has no skill support for Disney Plus.

The Google Nest Audio is Google's take on a hi-fi-grade smart speaker – in other words, it's prioritising sound quality over pure voice assistant smarts. The design is sleek and the set-up is a breeze. It plays nice with a variety of streaming services including SpotifyYouTube MusicDeezer and TuneIn. And with Chromecast built-in, you can cast tracks to your Google Nest Audio with two clicks of your preferred music-streaming app on your smartphone.

The sound? Well, it's not quite a spacious as we'd like, and it doesn't measure up to the likes of the Apple HomePod Mini or Sonos One. Then again, the Nest Audio is only $60 at Crutchfield (opens in new tab) today – far cheaper the aforementioned rivals.

MORE:

Check out the best smart speakers around

See our pick of the best wireless speakers

Save even more with the best Black Friday speaker deals

Tom Bailey

Tom is a journalist, copywriter and content designer based in the UK. He has written articles for T3, ShortList, The Sun, The Mail on Sunday, The Daily Telegraph, Elle Deco, The Sunday Times, Men's Health, Mr Porter, Oracle and many more (including What Hi-Fi?). His specialities include mobile technology, electric vehicles and video streaming.