Amazon just accidentally let slip that its fourth annual Prime Day event will seemingly last 36 hours, starting at noon on Monday, July 16, and running all the way through Tuesday the 17th, as first spotted by TechRadar. That’s a bit later than in previous years, and still nearly a month off, but you can go ahead and…
It’s 2018, and your headphones don’t need wires anymore. Luckily, Amazon’s offering up Sony’s popular and well-reviewed XB950B1 Bluetooth over-ears for $88, within $5 of the best price we’ve ever seen. This particular set of cans includes an extra bass mode that you can turn on or off, and even a smartphone app that…
Amazon’s running a new fitness-focused Gold Box deal with a solid selection of Under Armour apparel for men, women, and kids, all marked down to great low prices.
Update 7/17: We assumed this was a pre-Prime Day only deal, but it seems to still be alive right now, if you missed out last week.
Tile is the ultimate device for anyone who can’t stop losing their things, and you can get two for an all-time low $30 right now.
Amazon’s new Dash Wand has Alexa built right in, and lets you order groceries and other household goods just by scanning a barcode or using your voice. The best part though? It’s basically free.
The Aeropress is the easiest method for making good coffee, and starting at $8 today, you can upgrade yours to a permanent filter. Obviously that’s better for the environment, and many will argue tastes better as well. I agree.
There are quite a few permutations of the Lord of the Rings films out there on Blu-ray, but the extended editions are the ones you want, and the extended trilogy pack is down to $26 on Amazon for Prime Day, complete with all three extended films totaling 11 hours, plus 26 hours of special features to boot. No wonder…
At $8 per month for Prime members, Amazon Music Unlimited was already more affordable than Spotify Premium or Apple Music, but Amazon’s sweetening the pot for new members by offering four months for just $1, for a limited time.
If you love books, but don’t have as much time as you’d like to actually sit down and read them, Amazon’s Prime Day Audible deal has your name on it.
If you’re still storing your leftovers in discarded deli meat containers, it’s time for an upgrade. Rubbermaid’s Brilliance and Premier food storage systems are both 25% off for Prime Day.
Anova dominates the sales charts, but in many ways (raw heating power, looks, size, software quality), the Joule sous-vide circulator is actually the superior product, and Amazon’s running an unprecedented $40 discount on it, for Prime members only.
If you own an Alexa device or bought one today, one of the best things you can do next is upgrade to Philips Hue, allowing you to control your lights with your voice. The third generation starter kit is down to $140 for Prime Day, the best deal ever on a non-refurb.
Overwatch has been pretty immune from major price drops up to this point, so if you somehow don’t already own it, you shouldn’t hesitate at $30 on PC, the best price we’ve ever seen.
Update: Sold out.
Diapers are those baby expensive you don’t think about when you have them for you kids, but stress about when you do need them. For Prime Day, Amazon is taking up to 60% off Babyganics and Seventh Generation diapers for newborns all the way up to a size 6. These diaper brands are made specifically for babies’…
If you have any long-neglected home maintenance and upkeep tasks to check off your to-do list, Amazon’s offering a flat 40% off any service booked through Amazon Home Services as part of the Prime Day festivities.
You can buy Lightning cables from thousands of manufacturers, but Apple Watch owners don’t really have much of a choice but to buy Apple’s $29 charging puck. So if you want a spare to keep in your travel bag (I forgot mine for a weeklong trip once, and it sucked), they’re 20% off on Amazon for Prime Day, one of the…
Reebok’s Professional Deck is actually an adjustable step, workout bench, and storage compartment all rolled into one, and Amazon’s marked it down to $160 today, or roughly $30-$40 less than usual.
Range extenders aren’t a cure-all for your home network, but if you have one or two spots in the house that just doesn’t get good reception, they’re an inexpensive way to fill in the gaps. This model from TP-Link has great reviews, and at $30 (after a Prime-only $15 discount), it’s never been cheaper.