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18 Prime Day Deals on Baby Gear That Are Worth Your Time

Save big on gear for your nursery.

Prime Day is Amazon’s biggest, global shopping event held exclusively for Prime members, and it takes place over two days. Which is all a fancy way of saying that you can save dollars (many, many dollars) on toyskitchen accessories, Echo’s, Apple devices and, of course, 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 and things sell out (very fast, in a lot of cases), so make sure you check back.

Owlet's baby monitor normally costs $399. This bundle measures sleep patterns and via the app lets you stay connected and view live readings of your baby’s heart rate and oxygen levels.

This $100 crib mattress is Greenguard Gold-certified for harmful emissions, and has an outer cover that is water-resistant, removable and machine washable.

The hardy and durable City Mini stroller, normally $250, is a great urban stroller; it has adjustable calf support, a near-flat seat recline, a large storage basket, and a UV 50 canopy with peekaboo window.

This is a hell of a deal: The $700 Cybex stroller is not only easy on the eyes, but it has 20 different seating configuration and a 50 pound weight limit. It turns on a dime and has an easy one-handed fold.

Britax's popular car seat, regularly $300, has a 14 position harness and seven recline positions. If fits babies 5-65 pounds.

Comotomo's beloved silicone baby bottles, normally $60, very closely mimic breastfeeding to reduce bottle rejection.

This $380 smart breast pump has a closed-system design and is designed to produce more milk in less time.

Halo's $290 bassinet swivels 360 degrees so your baby is always within easy reach, plus it has two levels of vibration to soothe your baby to sleep.

Miku's new $399 video baby monitor shows you your baby’s RPMs (respirations per minute), giving you some peace of mind if you feel you need that level of info (and many parents do). The video quality here is outstanding as well.

One and done: This $130 baby food maker lets you steam and blend foods by pushing a button and make your own baby food pouches.

A truly solid deal: This $240 double jogging stroller has a lockable front swivel wheel and pneumatic bicycle tires, and multi-position seat recline.

Willow's $500 hands-free breast pump that fits in a bra and offers seven levels of suction, plus a sensitivity setting for comfort. You can pump in any position with the Willow.

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.

Graco's $200 car seat is ultra-slim, if you're short on space; it's a 3-in-1 car seat grows that goes rear-facing harness (5-40 pounds) to forward-facing harness (22-65 pounds) to highback booster (40-100 pounds).

This $200 car seat fits kids from 4-120 pounds. And it has a one-hand, 12-position headrest and no-rethread harness, so you can adjust it as needed without uninstalling the car seat.

This car seat $330 fits babies 5-120 pounds, and fits three across most vehicles, so it's great for larger families.

Graco's $200 baby swing has eight soothing motions in two directions, for a total of 16 ways to soothe your child. The weight limit is 25 pounds when used as a swing.

Another travel must-have: This $250 portable crib, which only weighs 13 pounds when packed up. And you can set it up in under a minute.

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