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It's baaaaack! After it sold out, the WiFi-powered Instant Pot is available again, and it's down from its list price of $149.95.
This bad boy replaces eight kitchen appliances. It serves as a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice/porridge cooker, yogurt maker, cake maker, saute/searing powerhouse, steamer, and food warmer. This model monitors pressure and temperature, keeps time, and adjusts heating intensity. You can control it via the Instant Pot app, or Alexa.
The six quart Instant Pot was $99.95 but is now $49.99. Best price ever.
You know the Instant Pot. You love the Instant Pot. And you need this six-quart Instant Pot, which also serves as an electric pressure cooker, rice cooker, slow cooker, yogurt maker, cake maker, steamer, food warmer, and sauté powerhouse. It’s seven gadgets in one. And it’s at a price that’s simply yummy.
Leave it to Instant Pot to give us an affordable blender that cooks. And it's gone from $149.99 to $89.99 for Amazon Prime members.
Instant Pot’s Ace blender has four cold blending programs and four hot blending programs. Which means you whip up soups, smoothies and, or sauces. After you make your favorite tomato soup, it automatically turns on after hot blending and warms for it up for two hours.
The Instant Pot Ultra is down from $149.95 to $87.99 for Amazon Prime members. With it, you can replace 10, count 'em 10, kitchen appliances.
The updated Instant Pot includes altitude adjustment, a cooking indicator, and a steam release reset button. Plus you can use to sterilize, bake cakes, and cook perfect eggs every time.
Is there anything the Instant Pot folks don't do? The sous vide immersion circulator was $79.95 and is now $54.99 for Amazon Prime members.
Instant Pot’s sous vide immersion circulator prepares high-end gourmet dishes at home, turning home cooks into four-star chefs that churn out flawless dinners in no time. Its cooking times range from 10 minutes to 72 hours. It has an easy-to-read display and tough screen digital controls.
Our love affair with this robot vacuum continues, especially at this sweet discount. Normally $279.99, Prime members pay $169.99 for it.
The ECOVACS DEEBOT robot vacuum will sweep, lift, and vacuum to clean an entire floor. It works with Alexa and Google Assistant. And it goes into max mode power when it encounters a real mess. It’s got a runtime of about 11o minutes.
So you need a cordless stick vacuum? Get this one from Hoover, which was $259.96 but is now $199.99.
Hoover’s cordless vacuum captures 99 percent of dust and fine particles with no suction loss. You detach the dirt cup to quickly and easily empty dirt and dust. When a handheld mini vac just won’t cut it, this is the budget solution.
This Roomba robot vacuum, ideal for hardwood floors and pet hair, was $374.99 but is now $229.99.
This robot vacuum has a 90 minute run time, a three-stage cleaning system to pick up even the smallest crumbs and Legos, and a detector that makes it work harder on dirtier spots. Plus, it’s WiFi enabled.
A special Prime Day launch, this robot vacuum has a smart laser that scans your house in 360 degrees, creating maps in real time. You can switch between cleaning modes, create virtual no-go zones, set zone cleaning, and enable triple-pass mopping action and clean every dirt and grime.
This robot vacuum both vacuums and mops. And because you can create no-go zones, it won’t perpetually get stuck under your couch, or in weird corners.
Prime members save $54 on this robot vacuum, which lets you monitor its progress in real time.
Ideal for low-pile carpets and hardwood floors, this robot vacuum also sweeps and mops. You get the best every clean floor world here. At a great price.
This excellent, teched-up drip coffee maker normally costs $280. During Prime Day, you can score it for $170.
A drip coffee maker with serious brains, the Breville Precision Coffee Maker is a favorite of some Fatherly staffers. It has a number of pre-set modes including, Fast, Strong, Iced, Cold Brew, and Gold, the latter of which automatically adjusts the water temperature and brew time to meet specs set by the Specialty Coffee Association. The brewer has 60-ounce capacity, settings to sate even the most neurotic needs of coffee lovers, and can even be fitted with a pour over dripper if thats your thing.
Mr. Coffee's new coffeemaker launches on Amazon Prime Day. This is one awesome coffee maker, because its on-screen, step-by-step guide takes you through the pour-over process. You'll never drink bitter, nasty coffee again.
If you love coffee, you need a pour over coffee maker, because it uses ideal brewing temperatures, a specific water-to-coffee ratio, and a controlled water flow to make the best cup of java you’ll likely ever have. And this one, by Mr. Coffee, takes all the guesswork out of the process by taking you through it. It has an integrated auto-measure scale that automatically figures out the right amount of coffee and water.
Now, you can brew perfect coffee, for way less than $179.99. You can use any K-Cup pod to brew coffee, or make frothy lattes and cappuccinos. Or, you can just get a highly concentrated shot of coffee.
There’s a dishwasher-safe frother that lets you froth any kind of milk. It’s easy to use and easy to clean.
Normally $160, this knife set has high-carbon stainless steel blades for precise cutting and accuracy.
This Cuisinart knife set includes a chef’s knife, a slicing knife, a santoku knife, a utility knife, a paring knife, a bird’s beak paring knife, steak knives, shears, and a sharpener.
If you're going to invest in just one piece, let it be a proper, rock-solid chef's knife, like this. It's normally $179.99.
In the market for a single chef’s knife? Consider this. Sharp as a scalpel, this knife features a hammered tsuchime finish to reduce drag and minimize stuck-on food. It also features an ultra-sharp AUS-10V vacuum heat treated Japanese steel cutting core at 62+ R. The take-away: It’s sharp as hell, and will last for years.
This self-sharpening knife set regularly costs $239.99.
You never have to sharpen a knife again, because this set does it for you. These knives are made from high-carbon, no-stain steel, and are labeled so you always use the right one.
If you know knives, you know that ZWILLING J.A. Henckels knives are badass. Now this knife set is $80, down from $160.
No more sawing through steaks. With these glorious knives, your filet mignon will be eaten as it should be. These steak knives feature carbon stainless steel blades that seamlessly slice through meat and chicken. And yes folks, they’re only $80, down from $160.
On Amazon Prime Day, save 15 percent on this gorgeous Sabatier 12-piece knife set. It including a chef's knife, a slicer, a smaller chef's knife, a fine edge utility knife, a paring knife, and steak knives.
When you slot your knife into each respective opening, you sharpen it. That’s because each slot, with the exception of those for steak knives, features a built-in knife sharpener.
If you join Prime, you save $62.50 on these Japanese steak knives.
Not only do you get wonderful knives, but they come with their knife carry bag. These kitchen knives are made of Japanese Super Damascus VG10 67 layer steel and are forged by hand.
Kitchen appliances and cookware
These dishwasher-safe, non-stick pans typically sell for $29.99 but on Prime Day you can add them to your cookware collection for just $19.99
Available in an array of eye-catching colors, this set features 7- and 10-inch frypans made with Thermolon healthy ceramic non-stick coating and manufactured without PFAS and PFOA. The stay-cool Bakelite handle prevents you from getting burned while handling. These pans are oven safe up to 350°F.
This Smoke-less Indoor Grill from Philips is normally $300. Today, you can grab it for $150.
Unless you like hearing the whine of your smoke detector, grilling indoors is not really on the table. But this grill helps you secure a good sear everything from fish to chicken breasts without having to wave a rolled up magazine. The electric grill utilizes infrared technology: it heats up to 446 degrees F but, thanks to a drip tray that stays cool, there no burn off to agitate your security measures.
Hankering for some homemade jerky? This digital food dehydrator is only $95 today — more than 25 percent lower than normal.
Maybe you want to make jerky. Maybe you want to make dried fruit snacks for the kids. Maybe you want to make your own trail mix. Whatever your urge, this food dehydrator has you covered. It has six trays, adjustable timer and temperature controls, and an auto shut off to ensure you don’t go all Beetlejuice and shrivel foods to uneatable, shrunken-head sizes.
Originally $260, this beautiful enamel skillet from Le Creuset is on sale for 199.95 — a savings of $60.
Le Creuset is the Cadillac of cookware. Their heavy-duty enamel skillets, pots, and more, available in a spectrum of finishes, are found on every wedding registry for a reason: they’re extremely durable, excellent at heat retention, and look great. They’re also quite the investment, which is why this deal on the brand’s wide-handled skillet is something to consider.
Originally listed for $360, this beloved stand mixer is available on Prime Day for $199 — 44 percent off.
Do you bake, know someone who does, or just long to be like Paul Hollywood? Then this is a deal that you shouldn’t pass up: KitchenAid’s beloved 4.5 quart stand mixer, a necessary baking tool, is on sale for nearly half off.
Normally $340, All-Clad's 8-piece set of non-stick cookware is on sale for $237.
All-Clad cookware is beloved my many professional chefs. This set of hard anodized aluminum non stick pots and pans have stainless steel handles, are oven-safe to 500 degrees, can handle a half hour in the dishwasher, and boast excellent heat retention. If you — or someone you know — needs a new set, you’d be hard pressed to find a better one.
Attention all bold home chefs: This sous vide immersion circulator from ChefSteps normally costs $179; during Prime Day it's on sale for $125 — more than $50 off.
Ideal for the chef always looking to step up his or her culinary game, an immersion circulator is used for sous vide, the process of cooking bag-sealed food in a temperature controlled water bath (basically, a meat and veggie jacuzzi). Precision is everything so you need a circulator, which attaches to the side of a pot and heats up water to the exact temperature the technique requires. The Joule is a beloved model — sleek, precise, and featuring Wi-Fi connectivity so notifications are pushed to your phone.
On Amazon Prime Day, take 20 percent off the Meater+ digital meat thermometer.
What’s worse than overcooked steak? Undercooked chicken. Avoid both with the Meater+, which has dual temperature sensors to monitor internal meat temperature up to 212°F and external temperature up to 527°F at the same time.
Guess what? You don't have to pay $99.99 for this killer 1000-watt Ninja blender.
Not only does this Ninja blender have nutrient and vitamin extraction, but its 1000-watt motor crushes fruits, vegetables, and ice faster than you can say Ninja.
Here's something that you hardly ever see: A Vitamix blender on sale. This one used to be $699.95.
Are you ready for the BMW of blenders. Then spring for this Vitamix. It has five program settings, for smoothies, hot soups, dips and spreads, frozen desserts, and self-cleaning. Yes, it cooks soups for you. And get this: the blender’s motor base is able to read the container size you’ve chosen and automatically adjust program settings and blending times accordingly. Minds. Blown.
If you want an everyday workhorse blender, get this Oster blender, which is 20 percent off for Amazon Prime members.
It’s affordable. It’s powerful. This Oster blender has two speeds and 600 watts of power. Which means you get smoothies and smooth frozen drinks, whenever you want.
One Fatherly editor swears by this air purifier fan, because it keeps her kid's room fresh and clean. And it's normally $449 but today it's $329.
This brilliant WiFi-enbaled Dyson air purifier senses pollution and allergens, captures them in a sealed HEPA activated carbon filter, and projects purified air around the room. Any room.
This Smart Air Purifier covers up to 1,560 sq. ft. and is more than half off today
This air purifier cleans the air twice an hour, capturing and reducing up to 99.97 percent of particles in the air, including pollen, pollutants, and other allergens. It also reduces more than 99 percent of volatile organic compounds. Its pollution sensor keeps you updated on indoor air quality in real-time. How? A bright LED ring lets you know how clean or dirty your indoor air is (if you dare to look). With five fan modes — smart, sleep, low, medium and high — it’s nearly silent at lower speed levels.
Baby carriers and diaper bags
Normally $159, you now pay $139.99 for one of our absolute favorite baby carriers.
This baby carrier fits babies as young as four months old, up to 36 months, and has an adjustable bucket seat that supports your baby in a natural “M” position facing in or out.
This baby carrier used to cost $59.90. But join Prime to save $11.98, and use the extra seven percent off coupon on top of it.
Dads will dig this baby carrier. It evenly distributes weight, sparing your back. It fits all family members, with its highly adjustable waist belt. It fits babies from four to 36 months. There’s a side pocket to store your phone or keys.
A name-brand carrier in breathable mesh for less than $20? That's no typo, just another wacky Amazon Prime Day deal (at 38 percent off, no less).
Although not suitable for the teeniest babies, this carrier can be used starting at eight pounds and has an upper weight limit of 32 pounds. It works in three different positions: face-in, face-out or as a back carrier, which, as your child grows, you will come to appreciate. Padded shoulder straps, adjustable lower back support and a chest clip help keep things ergonomically inclined, and the included “Wonder Cover” can be attached to the top to keep drool and spit-up off the fabric (though the whole carrier is machine washable when you need it to be).
Are you having diaper bag regret? There's no shame in upgrading to a new one, especially when it's 50 percent off as part of Amazon Prime Day. This sleek-looking, parent-designed backpack clocks in at just under $30 and will save you from shoulder pain.
This bag has lots of thoughtful features, like a keychain ring, foil-lined insulated bottle holders (to keep liquids cold or warm), changing pad, elastic straps to corral wipes and mesh pockets to organize diapers. Once your child no longer needs the changing pad, you can use the slot to hold your laptop or tablet. It has 16 pockets total.
Activity centers and play mats for babies
This ingeniously designed baby item can be used as a 360-degree swiveling seat that lets baby bounce and turn, then as an activity table that's ideal for little ones who can stand and cruise, and finally as a simple play table for toddlers (with toys taken off). It's currently $104 as part of Amazon Prime Day, which is 20 percent off the list price.
The toys on the mostly white, not-at-all-garish activity center can be positioned anywhere, and a small window allows baby to see her feet while she’s playing the piano, which may help encourage spatial awareness. Along with the four toys and piano, the activity center also comes with a dishwasher-safe snack boy that attaches with a suction cup.
This gorgeous play mat for babies is 20 percent for Amazon Prime members.
This play mat is fantastic because of its baby-friendly high-contrast patterns. It plays 20 minutes of music, and has an adjustable canopy for different play positions, as well as support for tummy time.
his smart piece of baby gear takes a regular playard to the next level, thanks to a clip-on canopy that will help shield your little one from the sun. With an Amazon Prime Day deal, it's just under $100, which is 20 percent off the regular price.
Planning to spend lots of time outside this summer? Add this breezy play yard to your arsenal of baby gear. It’s lightweight (just 12 pounds) and small, and folds into a handy travel bag that’s perfect for toting to the beach. The floor is padded and water-resistant, and the canopy can be partially unzipped to allow more air flow, or removed completely when you’re inside. And if your toddler wants to catch up on PJ Masks in his cozy spot (we don’t judge), there’s a hanging pouch that secures a tablet while allowing for touchscreen access.
This top-rated car seat meets the American Academy of Pediatrics' requirements for safety. And it's $60 off.
It’s a four-in-one car seat that gives you 10 years of use, transforming from rear-facing to forward-facing to backless belt-positioning booster. It fits kids up to 120 pounds. Graco’s Simply Safe Adjust Harness System adjusts the height of the harness and headrest to 10 positions in one motion, for total comfort. Normally, you’d pay $300 for it.
If you're willing to go with the Aegean Storm (it's a lovely indigo-esque color), this well-regarded convertible car seat is currently 30 percent off the list price for Amazon Prime Day, with savings applied at checkout.
With a weight range of 5 to 120 pounds, this seat is designed to be used from birth through age 10. It can face either backwards or forwards, and works with either your vehicle’s LATCH system (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children) or the seat belt using routing paths that are easy to figure out. For infants, there is a supportive set of cushions that can be removed as they grow. And not only can you adjust the headrest (there are 14 positions total, and the padding moves along with it), the torso section also moves up and down, so it continues to protect your child as he grows. When your kiddo gets older, he can ditch the five-point harness and use it as a belt-positioning booster seat.
It's a happy day when your child moves from ginormous car seat to the world of booster seats, be they belt-positioning or backless. To make a good day even better, Amazon Prime members can snatch up this comfortable booster for 20 percent off at checkout as part of Prime Day.
This seat can be used in two ways: As a belt-positioning booster for longer drives (suitable for kids 30 to 100 pounds), or a grab-and-go backless booster (with a weight limit of 40 to 110 pounds) when you’re traveling and just need a way to prop them up safely. And because the height adjusts from the waist (versus the neck, like some other seats), taller kids continue to get side impact protection as they grow. Cushy foam padding makes for a comfortable ride, and double cup holders, which are dishwasher-safe and fold inwards when not in use, help the backseat stay organized.
Prime members save $26 on this baby monitor, which is plug and play (no setup required). One parent unit monitor can be paired with four child unit cameras, so it's ideal for parents with multiples.
This baby monitor has 2X digital zoom, two-way talk, temperature monitoring, and voice activation that auto-wakes the screen display when your baby begins to cry.
The top-rated Owlet baby smart monitor just went from $299.99 to $229.
Via its smart sock, the Owlet baby monitor tracks your baby’s heart rate and oxygen levels. The sock connects to a base station that glows green when everything is okay, but uses lights, sounds and app notifications if your baby’s heart rate or oxygen levels are too high or too low.
Does your thermometer need an upgrade? The Amazon Prime Day price for this high-tech thermometer is around $17, which is 44 percent off the list price. (At press time, Amazon was also offering an additional 10 percent off with the coupon code TH01.)
This infrared sensing gizmo gives you the temperature instantly and can be used either in the ear or over the forehead, which is great for middle-of-the-night spot checks. The bright display can be easily checked in the dark, and it’s color coded either green (normal), yellow (getting warm) or red (fever zone). There’s a voice feature that can be shut off (you know, when your kiddo is sleeping), and the thermometer will store the last 32 readings, so you can easily update your doctor on how your child is faring.
Prime members save $40 on this baby monitor, which goes under the crib mattress.
This innovative non-touch device monitors a baby’s micro-movements through the mattress. It includes two sensor pads to cover the entire crib area without any sleep interference. You can see and hear your baby at all times.
So you need a jogging stroller? How about this best in class Baby Trend jogging stroller, for the best price we've ever seen?
Normally $110, this jogging stroller is now $78. That is not a typo. You get large bicycle tires, a front swivel wheel, reclining padded seat, and a child and parent tray. It’s compact and folds up for travel. It’s suitable for babies six months and older, maxing out at 50 pounds.
Yet another stroller at yet another price that's just can't-miss. It's down from $299.99.
This travel stroller is really and truly dope. It’s compatible with Chicco, Cybex/Nuna, Britax and most Chicco car seats, using an adaptor. It has an adjustable, reversible handlebar. It weighs less than 20 pounds, and you can fold it one-handed.
Safety and grooming gear
Every parent knows the value of a sound machine. And this very cute one from Skip Hop is portable, and is now $12.79 for Amazon Prime members.
For the price of a movie ticket, you get a fully loaded baby sound machine with lullabies and nature sounds. It attaches to strollers, carriers and diaper bags or stands on a table to help make naptime on-the-go easier.
Is there anything more daunting than giving your baby a manicure? This electric nail trimmer is on sale for Prime members.
This baby nail file has 10 grinding heads and multiple textures to cover all stages of babies’ growth.
Prime members save even more on this digital baby thermometer, which gives you a readout in 10 seconds.
You’ll know your baby’s temps in 10 seconds. You can use it orally, rectally, or under the arm.
If you have a young baby, it's a given that at some point you will need to need to secure the area (ideally before she actually becomes mobile). This set, which is 30 percent of as part of Amazon Prime Day, will help you started.
Clear corner guards that won’t damage furniture, safety locks (great for cabinets and toilets) and outlet covers are all part of this 40-piece kit.
Other baby and nursery gear
In honor of Amazon Prime Day, members currently get a 20 percent discount on this good-looking, well-liked rocker.
Even with the discount this chair is a splurge, but it has a lot going for it. For one thing, it’s elegant enough that it could easily look good not only in a nursery, but in a living room or family room as well. The upholstery, which is a linen-poly blend, is guaranteed to be free of chemical flame retardants and undesirable additives like formaldehyde. It also gets points for being easy to assemble, and reviewers had good things to say about the company’s customer service team.
Gear like this might feel like an indulgence, but not when it costs just $32 on Amazon Prime Day, which is a whopping 57 percent off the regular $70 list price.
Warning: You may come to develop an unhealthy obsession with this do-it-all device, which can not only warm bottles and defrost breast milk, making middle-of-the-night feedings less painful, but also heat up baby food to a perfectly safe temperature. It can also function as a sterilizer for bottles, nipples, pacifiers and other small items. There’s a delay start function, so you can set it up to 10 hours ahead for your baby’s morning bottle. If you do this before bed, you’ll buy yourself at least a few minutes of extra sleep, which is precious currency for new parents.
The Magic Bullet baby food maker is way down from its regular price of $79.99.
There’s something weirdly, profoundly satisfying about making your own baby food. And the Magic Bullet baby food maker includes a power base, batch bowl, baby blend blade, milling blade, and a silicone batch tray.
One Fatherly editor used these toy organizes for years and years to keep her kid's loot contained. Sadly, she paid the full list price. You get a major deal here.
We’re not sure what makes these so rip-proof, but they never fall apart or lose their shape. These toy organizers and laundry hampers are normally $20. They fold away when not in use, and are 17.5 inches tall.
If you have stairs or sharp objects or anything else adult in your home, you need a baby gate. And this one by Regalo will be 20 percent off on Amazon Prime Day.
This super-wide baby gate opens up to 192 inches wide and stands 28 inches tall. It has a 40-inch wide door for easy access, and when you’re done with it, it converts into an eight-panel play yard.
This changing pad cover is 20 percent off on Amazon Prime Day. It's basically a baby-changing staple.
This changing mat cover has elasticized edges and contoured design to prevent sliding and shifting and is sized to fit most standard changing pads.
Kids love their own tables and chairs, where they can do crafts and draw. And this set is 20 percent off for Amazon Prime Day.
This table and chairs set is great for a playroom, but won’t be an eyesore in your living room either. It’s made of wood, with a child-safe finish. Assembled dimensions: table: 24.5″W x 24.5″D x 21″H; chair: 16.25″W x 15.5″D x 22.75″H.
This good-looking convertible crib is 20 percent off on Amazon Prime Day.
This convertible crib also morphs into a toddler bed, a day bed, and a full-sized bed with a headboard and footboard. The daybed rail is included. It has a three-position mattress height adjustment that lets you lower the mattress as your baby begins to sit or stand.
This might well be one of the best deals of Amazon Prime. The Google Pixel phone is now $639 for Prime members.
The Google Pixel phone works with all major carriers. But we love it most of all because of its eye-popping camera. The photos will blow you away, quite literally. When you’re done, disconnect via Digital Wellbeing, which sets app timers and turns off visual notifications. You can also use it wind down before going to bed.
This Amazon Prime Day, Sennheiser is blowing out its popular over-ear wireless headphones for $100, down from its normal $200.
Sennheiser has an established name among audiophiles, and this Prime Day is the perfect opportunity to see why. Wireless, noise-canceling, and with controls right there on one of its earpieces, these are handy whether you’re at home, on a plane, or just need a little peace and quiet at the coffee shop. A 19-hour battery life is great, but they can also be used with an included cord should the well run dry.
Whoah! Normally $299.95, Beats Solo3 wireless headphones are now a bargain.
These Beats Solo3 wireless headphones let you take calls, control your music, and give you up to 40 hours of battery life. Plus, of course, premium sound.
Bose headphones don't go on sale. Because they're pretty much perfect. These used to cost $199. Now they're $139.
You can always locate your earbuds with a special Bose locator feature. And these headphones give you clear sound, are sweat and weather resistant (with an IPX4 rating) and come with 3 different pairs of StayHear+ Sport tips to make sure you always have a great fit. You get up to five hours of play time with each charge.
Get ready to tune out the world, and tune in to what you want, with the most dope Bluetooth headphones around. The Kygo A11/800 headphones noise-cancelling. And they have this sick feature called the proximity sensor, which pauses the music automatically when you take them off and starts right back up when you put them back on.
From Norwegian producer and DJ Kygo, these headphones also have what’s called active noise cancellation, meaning you can literally remove any aural disturbances in your space. Available on Amazon Prime Day.
Apple products: iPads and Apple watches
This is not a test. Nor is it a typo. The series 4 Apple watch is way, way down from $429. It's $354.
This Apple watch has a 30 percent larger display and a 50 percent louder speaker. It has electrical and optical heart sensors, plus a digital crown with haptic feedback. It has a 64-bit dual-core processor and gyroscope for fall detection.
This iPad deal is so good, they're almost giving it away. Amazon Prime members can get this iPad Pro for $699, down from $1,129.
No, it’s not the current model. Yes, it’s a crazy-good deal nevertheless. You get a 10.5 inch retina display with promotion, true tone, and wide color. There’s a touch ID fingerprint sensor, four-speaker audio, and you get up 10 hours of battery life. There’s also a 12MP back camera, 7MP FaceTime HD front camera.
Through Simple Prepaid, you can score the new XR for $750, which is notably cheaper than through your normal carrier.
Everything about the latest iPhone is better: A better front and rear camera (seven and 12 megapixels, respectively), better video capability, and a clearer, brighter display that bursts with color thanks to a 6.1-inch liquid retina display. It’s also dust- and water-resistant and wireless charging-ready with Qi chargers (sold separately).
The previous generation iMac is still a fearsome beast when it comes to performance, and it’s available today for a cool $1,000, down from its normal $1,099.
Video flashes in vibrant hues across this computer’s 21.5-inch screen, while the Dual-core 7th-generation Intel Core i5 processor ensures processing zips along. This power somehow doesn’t add heft, and its body is a mere five millimeters thick. If your child is already using Apple products at school (and most are), this is an easy means of ensuring a smooth transition to homework.
While there are a bunch of great earbuds out there, we’re a huge fan of Apple’s own take on the modern wireless version. Today, it’s down from $199 to $179.
Connecting seamlessly with Apple devices (simply open up the case’s top and follow the prompt on your iPhone), the performance is flawless as well as intuitive. Simply remove one of the buds from your ear and the music pauses, resuming immediately when it’s reinserted. Slip them into the battery case when not in use for a charge.
Parental control devices
Gryphon makes some of the best parental control devices, period. Gryphon is almost never discounted. Until now. This parental control device used to be $449.99.
Gryphon is known for its superior parental controls. This system lets you manage your kids’ online activity via an app that includes content filtering, browsing history viewing, plus the ability to easily set bedtimes/homework times and limit screen time, enforce safe search, set safe YouTube limits and pause the Internet anytime they refuse to brush their teeth.
Down from $129.99, this Netgear router lets parents pause device internet access, view site history usage, and filter web sites for free.
If parents want to set online time limits, or schedule device internet access, it’ll cost you $4.99 per month, however.
Formerly $199.99, this router has robust parental controls that are age-based.
This wireless router has solid parental controls that lets you create a profile for each child, so you can monitor each one does online. You can set individual content filters for each kid based on his or her age.
This premium wireless Bluetooth speaker normally costs an eye-popping $355.75, but with Amazon Prime Day its premium sound is now available for $267 after a 25-percent discount upon checkout.
Some companies brag about their sound quality. Bang & Olufsen is world-famous for delivering. Sure, there are cheaper Bluetooth wireless speakers out there, but none compare this Prime Day to the three-dimensional sound of the P6. Its brushed aluminum is clean and refined, while the 16-hour battery life and smart assistant compatibility proves this is a fully modern device.
Longtime fans of the company’s headphones will be thrilled to find that its noteworthy wireless speaker is $89—a substantial drop from its normal price of $129 for Amazon Prime members.
Bose speakers are just as lust-worthy as its headphones, so we’re thrilled that this Bluetooth-wireless option is on sale. Water-resistant and rugged, it’s a perfect pool partner this season. We also like its voice-command compatibility for smartphone assistants and eight hours of playtime.
The perfect pool-party partner, by which we mean waterproof speaker, is now $120, down from the usual $150 this Prime Day.
Waterproof, wireless, and with a 20-hour battery life, you’ll wear about before your Bluetooth speaker. We also like the option of connecting to two different smart devices, which allows you and your partner to switch off selecting tunes. Bonus: Through its USB port, you can simultaneously charge your device.
Cell phones are great. Sure. But if you want a real picture, you need a real camera. And the Canon EOS Rebel was $699, but is now $384.
It’s lightweight. It’s easy to use. And it gives you damn killer photos. The Canon EOS Rebel has a 24.2 megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor, dual pixel CMOS AF, and it lets you record video at full HD quality and at up to 60 fps.
Smartphone photo printers are indispensable for parents who shoot most often from the phone, and with checkout-applied discount, you can snatch this one for $60, down from the usual $100, for Amazon Prime members.
This battery-powered, Bluetooth-enable printer may be just thicker than your smartphone, but throw it in your backpack and you’ll be ready to print on the go. Through its proprietary HP app, you can print your favorite phone and social media photos while customizing them with borders and writing on the two-by-three-inch adhesive-backed prints.
The Garmin Forerunner smart watch was $169.99, but Amazon Prime members pay $89.99.
Now you have zero excuses for not working out. Garmin’s Forerunner smart watch will track how far, how fast and where you run. It monitors your heart rate, and has a display resolution 128 x 128 pixels.
This external hard drive used to cost $229.99 and now, for Amazon Prime members, it's $129.99.
If you’re a photo hobbyist or just want to give yourself a piece of mind when it comes to your vital computer documents, backing up your files has never been cheaper than this at $130. This Mac- and PC-compatible device backs up two terabytes of data and is drop-, shock-, dust-, and water-resistant.
Braun's turbo-powered shaver will be $214.94 on Amazon Prime Day. It shaves more hair in the first stroke than any other comparable shaver.
The Braun Series 9 electric razor has five unique shaving elements, with each meant for different types of hair. You get the closest shave possible, along with a trimmer that lifts and cuts flat-lying hairs.
No, this is not a speaker. Yes, it's one helluva great electric bike, launching on Amazon Prime Day.
This electric bike is meant for casual cyclists who bike to work, and could use a boost. It’s designed for the city, and lets you customize your ride with the 250-watt hub-drive pedal-assist motor with a thumb pad controller and LED display.
Learn your origins with this DNA test, which includes an ancestry service plus more than 90 DNA-based online reports on your health and wellness.
This sonic electric toothbrush is the best one you can buy. Period. And it's normally 279.95 but is now $195.97.
This fantastic electric toothbrush is used by most editors at Fatherly. And yes, it removes gunks and gunks of plaque, gives you fresh breath, and keeps your gums healthy.
Down from $190, the Blink Indoor three-camera system is now $130. Are you seeing this?!
For a little piece of mind, this wireless three-camera system detects motion and then captures it in HD, sending an alert to your phone while recording the event to the cloud. Its included batteries are expected to last for two years before requiring replacement.
Touted as the #1 selling consumer DNA test, AncestryDNA claims more than 100 million consumers have uncovered something new about themselves with the at-home testing kit. Those people may also learn that it cost them $99.00 and Amazon Prime members get it now exclusively for $49.
You receive your online results in 6-8 weeks with AncestryDNA. Included in your information, you can see different regions that make up your estimate, learn the history of the area from ancient to modern times, and even learn surprising facts about locations and the people who called those places home.
It's Taco Tuesday and this tasty tortilla set, originally $29.99, is only $18.89 exclusively for Amazon Prime members.
With this 43-piece Tex-Mex food set, your kids will be making tacos, burritos, and fajitas in no time. Plus there’s a salsa bottle that “squirts” string. Suggested for kids three and up.
Your house will be a zoo with this set of four adorable hand puppets. Amazon Prime members can bring home an elephant, giraffe, tiger, and monkey for just $10.92, down from $19.99.
Kids can learn motor skills, hand-eye coordination, communication skills, self-confidence, and more from the furry foursome. Sized to fit most children and adults, the soft-stuffed plush material is great for cuddle time and easy to wash. Recommended for kids ages two to six.
This Parents' Choice Gold Award Winner is the perfect unplugged introduction to coding for kids. Originally $129.95, it's now available exclusively for Amazon Prime members for $97.99.
Begin teaching the fundamentals of coding and robotics to your child without a tablet, computer or cellphone. Instead, they’ll learn through programs that are created by simply laying down a sequence of physical code cards. The kit is designed to grow with young learners from pre-K to grade 2.
It looks like a camper, but transforms into a campsite play set for Barbie and her sisters. It also used to cost $109.99, but is now $83.49 exclusively for Amazon Prime members.
Barbie and her friends can hit the road for a camping adventure, complete with a roaring fire and s’mores. With the simple push of a botton, the top of the camper pops up for more sleeping space and the open side becomes a pool with a water slide. Recommended for kids ages three to seven.
This awesome beachside hotel with a waterpark, slides, and more was $99.99 and is now just $69.99 exclusively for Amazon Prime members.
Creative boys and girls will enjoy setting the scene and then hopping on the monorail with the four LEGO friends mini-dolls to explore. They’ll be exhausted after a day of windsurfing, hitting the waterpark, and dancing at the rooftop party. Best for kids ages seven to 12.
Amazon Prime members can go an adventure with Eevee now for $29.99, down from $59.99.
Your kid can journey to the Kanto region with Eevee to become a top Pokémon Trainer as they battle other trainers. While there, they can also choose to play the entire game with a single Joy-Con controller or use the Poké Ball Plus accessory, which will light up, vibrate and make sounds to bring the adventure to life.
This jungle gym is normally $249.99, but is now $188.23 and you can save an additional 20 percent on this item with Amazon Prime.
We’re not wasting your time showing you deals where you save a buck or two. Instead, check out this jungle gym, which is suitable for kids three to 10, and has a 600 pound total weight capacity. It’s an outdoor gem.
The deluxe activity center was $64.99 and is now $46.36 exclusively for Amazon Prime members.
Introduce stem learning, build fine motor skills, and encourage artistic expression with the deluxe edition of the popular Design & Drill activity center. Your little one’s hands will be busy for hours with even more creative play possibilities. Requires six AA batteries and is best for kids three and up.
This introduction to coding was $49.99 and is now $39.99.
Begin teaching your kids coding fundamentals in an approachable, creative, and fun way. Best for kids five to nine. This game requires an iPad/iPhone or fire tablet and the Osmo play system.
Hand-eye coordination at its finest. The bench was $29.99 and is now $17.43 exclusively for Amazon Prime members.
While it may not always sound like it, this pounding toy gives toddlers an early music education. It can also help develop important motor skills and is recommended for children from 12 months to three years.
This Activity Play Cube, designed to keep little hands busy for hours, was $149.99 and is now $109.99 exclusively for Amazon Prime members.
The five sides featuring animal friends will inspire imaginations for hours. Plus, it’s made from wood sourced from environmentally sustainable forests and is finished with non-toxic water-based paint. Suggested for kids 12 months to six years.
A play kitchen encourages imaginary and open-ended play. And this KidKraft one used to be $169.99, is now $159.88 and is $115.42 for Amazon Prime members.
Not only is this one stunner of a play kitchen, with its speckled granite-style counter top and a sink with faucet and taps that turn. But the stovetop burners and ice makers have lights and sounds.
Every yard needs a unicorn sprinkler. And this one used to set you back $99.99.
This unicorn sprinkler comes with stakes to keep it in place, and is 6.5 feet fall. Meaning, it’s taller than you.
You'll tie yourself up in knots over this pool float, which used to cost $49.99.
Summer is not summer without ridiculous pool floats. This pretzel pool float fits up to three kids. What a salty deal.
This toy shopping cart, from one of your go-to brands, used to cost $57.99 but is $36.95 for Amazon Prime members.
Made from heavy-gauge steel construction, the cart looks and feels just like the real thing. With easy-grip handles, kids can push the cart from aisle to aisle and bring a doll or stuffed animal along in the fold-open seat. Best for ages three and up.
This Genius Kit used to cost $99.99 and is $55.85 for Amazon Prime members.
Core subjects like math and spelling can be fun again with these five award-winning games. The kit comes with the Osmo iPad base (stand & reflector), game playing pieces (including upper and lower case words tiles) and stackable storage containers. Best for kids five to 12. An iPad is required to play.
Normally $99.99, now's the time to get Amazon's fantastic smart Bluetooth speaker.
What doesn’t this speaker do, is a better question? Echo connects to Alexa to play music, make calls, set music alarms and timers, ask questions, control smart home devices, and turn lights on and off. It has Dolby sound. And it lets you call folks hands-free.
Thanks to an Amazon coupon, you can save $50 on this security camera. It has a battery that lasts 365 days. That's an entire year, folks.
It’s 100 percent wireless and is IP65 weatherproof-rated. You get full HD surveillance: 1080p resolution, combined with night vision technology. Best of all, no monthly fees. The security camera comes with a 16GB microSD card that stores up to one-year’s worth of recordings. It works with Alexa.
The Fire TV Recast is $130, for Amazon Prime members only. That's a serious discount off the regular price, so get the DVR now if you were on the fence.
Amazon’s Fire TV Recast is a DVR that lets you watch and record shows or sports events at home with Fire TV or Echo Show, or on-the-go with a compatible mobile device, with zero monthly fees. You can record two shows at once. It’s the DVR, reinvented. And its normal price is $230. Just think, you can watch the Women’s World Cup final over and over and over again.
This set is $169 for Amazon Prime members and contains the Ring Video Doorbell Pro and the Echo Dot speaker.
Note that the list price is $299, so this a no-joke discount. You get the Ring Video Doorbell Pro and the Echo Dot speaker. You can answer the door from anywhere, and watch your home on video courtesy of the Ring Video Doorbell Pro. You can monitor your property in HD video, and check-in on your home at anytime. No more shenanigans while you’re away.
The Echo Dot is now more than half-off, so if you were on the fence, now's the time to buy it.
Amazon periodically discounts its smart speaker, and the Echo Dot is now $22, which is the lowest it’s been. It has a fabric design, and a much improved speaker for richer sound quality. Of course, you can stream music, set alarms, call your friends, check the weather, and ask Alexa really stupid questions. Or have her fart on command.
You can save $25 on the TV Fire stick on Amazon Prime Day.
Amazon’s best-selling Fire TV Stick, now with Alexa voice remote, lets your control and launch content, and regular volume. Best price ever.
Fire TV Cube is a hands-free streaming player powered by Alexa. You can ask Alexa to turn on the TV, and play your marathon of Stranger Things. Plus you can use it to control the power and volume on your TV and change channels.
We love this great DVR, which lets you record two things at once and store up to 75 hours of HD programming.
It’s Alexa, next level. The Echo Show lets you stream movies and audio books, it has a 10.1 inch HD screen for viewing, and lets you make video calls with Skype, Alexa and Echo Spot/Show.
The Echo Plus is the ultimate smart home speaker that lets you have Alexa control your lights, door locks, and temperature. It has upgraded sound courtesy of its speakers powered by Dolby play 360° audio.
Save $40 on the all-new Fire 7 Kids Edition tablet on Amazon Prime Day.
This best-in-class kids’ tablet has a seven inch screen, a slew of features, parental control options galore, and the freedom to grow with your child. We cannot sing its praises enough. Our own kids use it.
You’ll get plenty of use out of this HD Fire tablet. It features a 1280 x 800 high-definition display, comes standard with 16 GB of storage, and gives you free unlimited cloud storage for all your Amazon content and photos taken with your Fire tablet.
For Amazon Prime Day, save up to $80 on Kindle Oasis (9th generation), plus get a $5 eBook credit and three months free Kindle Unlimited, starting at just $174.99.
This Kindle e-reader is waterproof and has the line’s highest resolution display at seven inches and 300 ppi.
For Amazon Prime Day, save $80 on Ring Video Doorbell Pro.
Amazon’s Ring Video Doorbell Pro lets you see, hear and speak to visitors from your phone, tablet and laptop, and sends alerts as soon as it detects motion.
For Amazon Prime Day, save $80 on the all-new Blink XT2 2-Cam system.
This indoor/outdoor security camera has free cloud storage, two-way audio, and lets you record and view in up to 1080p HD video during the day and with infrared HD night vision in the dark.
When is Amazon Prime Day 2019?
Amazon Prime Day 2019 is now! It’s July 15 and July 16, and there’s a slew of deals on products that Fatherly readers want and need. We’re talking baby carriers, speakers, headphones, knives, toy kitchens, Instant Pots, and strollers.
We’re constantly updating this page, so bookmark it now and come back to get the best deals on Prime Day.
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