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Amazon Prime Day 2020: The Best Deals on Strollers, Car Seats, and Baby Gear

Here are all the best Amazon Prime Deals deals we've found on top parenting gear.

Prime Day is Amazon’s biggest, global shopping event held exclusively for Prime members.  Which is all a fancy way of saying that you can save dollars (many, many dollars) on Instant Pots and other kitchen gear, toys, headphones, and baby monitors and baby gear. Now, it takes time and effort to find the good stuff. Which is why we did the work for you. Bear in mind that prices fluctuate, so make sure you check back.

Amazon Prime Day Deals: Lightning Deals

Save 20 percent at checkout on this starter set of Nuk baby bottles, made from tritan and easy to clean. It's a set of 12.

Save 37 percent at checkout on this pair of cloth face masks, ideal for very young kids. They're cute and sized right for preschoolers and now they're $9.44 after the discount.

Save 30 percent at checkout on this electric toothbrush, which is perfect for older kids who need to up their dental hygiene game. You can choose from normal, sensitive, or deep clean modes.

Instead of $99, pay $79.20 for this 5 GHz dual-band security-enhanced with top-tier parental controls. You get such features as content filtering, viewing browsing history, setting bedtimes/homework times, limiting screen time, enforcing safe search, and the ability to suspend internet anytime you want.

Amazon Prime Day Deals on Baby Gear

Save $40 at checkout on eufy's incredible video baby monitor, with its large five inch, 720p picture. It grows with you: When your baby starts to move and wobble around, just attach the included lens to expand the view to 110 degrees so you everything that's going on.

Normally $79.99, this $59 easy to use digital thermometer helps to monitor your baby’s temps in real time and alerts you when your child's temperature rises over a preset number.

The brand's beloved travel crib is finally on sale, down from $249.99 (plus an additional coupon). It only weighs 13 pounds when packed into its backpack carry case.

Save an additional 20 percent on this baby food maker, which lets you steam and blend fresh, home-made food in minutes.

Save 30 percent at checkout on this convertible car seat with easy ClickTight installation.

If you have kids, you need storage bins. This cute one seemingly lasts forever (we still have ours, six years later) and is down from $24.99 to $19.

Normally $180 and now $90, this baby monitor lets parents set a boundary box around a selected area and get alerts on the video monitor when the baby moves.

This $349 baby monitor, now $199, alerts you if your baby's face is covered or if your baby is stuck rolling over. And it doesn't use any wearables, so there's no tech touching your baby.

This $200 (now $158) car seat has a four-position recline, goes from rear to forward-facing and becomes a belt-positioning booster, and has an adjustable harness and headrest.

This beloved crib mattress is GREENGUARD Gold-certified for having low VOC emissions. It's two-sided, and normally runs you $350. Plus, it's washable so it'll never get too gross and smelly.

This $199.99 sounds an alarm if it doesn't detect baby movement for 20 seconds. And it has no-contact monitoring, meaning nothing touches your baby and there's no wearable tech.

This $40 bunting will keep your baby warm during the frigid winter months when he or she is in the stroller.

Make tummy time less of an ordeal with this sweet play mat, down from $84.99; it's got toys a plenty.

This $599 stroller wagon carries up to 300 pounds, and with high face to face seats, holds up to four toddlers, for treks to the pumpkin patch or park.

Normally $80, this baby carrier is ideal for newborns, has two front-carry positions, and can be used until your baby is 12 months old.

This $250 high chair looks like a marvel of modern design, and fits your child until he or she is 50 pounds; it's height-adjustable..

This car seat is normally $349.99. It's easy to install, and will serve your kid from birth until he or she is 100 pounds. And it's slim enough that you can fit three across in most cars. Plus, it has a nine-position recline.

This $162 bassinet plays 30 minutes' worth of calming vibrations, music, and sounds to help your baby go to sleep.

This $29.99 thermometer connects to the app to help you keep track of fevers and symptoms and is a must-have with the onset of cold and flu season.

Normally $159, this electric breast pump has a closed system and customizable settings, meaning that each mom can tailor her pump’s settings to her own body’s response and get maximum milk output.

This AAP-approved car seat, normally $299.99, transforms from rear facing harness car seat, to forward facing harness car seat, to high back belt positioning booster, to backless belt positioning booster seat. You'll get years of use out of it.

Medela's new $249.99 closed system breast pump has MaxFlow technology to increase milk output and is quiet and easy to use.

This $270 rocking bassinet has three varying speeds and two different vibrations to soothe your crying baby back to sleep.

This awesome $350 stroller wagon switches from stroller to wagon depending on whether you push or pull it. It easily fits two kids and looks damn cool doing it.

Normally $400, this sleek and portable stroller fits a child up to 65 pounds and has smooth all-wheel suspension so you can cruise around town with ease.

If you do happen to travel somewhere this summer, this portable bassinet is a great buy because it's so easy to maneuver; it's normally $85.99 and fits babies up to 25 pounds.

Regularly $179, this versatile baby carrier fits babies up to 48 months. You can carry your child four different ways. Thanks to the padded lumbar support waist belt , it's easy on your back as well.

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