All the Best Prime Day Deals That Aren’t on Amazon
The Prime Day halo effect is real.
At this point, Amazon Prime Day (or days) has become synonymous with some pretty solid savings on some pretty solid items. But buyer beware: It’s also when older, dated products are marked down to make room for newer versions, so you need to make sure that the markdown is good enough for that older version. And as Prime Day has become a national event, other retailers — especially Buy Buy Baby, Walmart, and Wayfair — are following suit and discounting products. In some cases, you’ll find products that are not available on Amazon or are marked down more substantially than for the OG Prime Day. Here are the standout alternative-Prime-Day deals from Walmart, Buy Buy Baby, Wayfair, and more. For even more savings, check out our prime day deals on toys, baby gear, kitchen accessories, Echos and Apple devices
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Normally $700, this compact and stylish stroller converts from a single to double stroller. The weight limit is 50 pounds. It has an adjustable safety harness with padded shoulder straps, a reversible seat with over 20 different configurations, and a height-adjustable handlebar.
This $450 stroller does not disappoint. It's great if you're brave enough to take your baby to a restaurant, because the seat aligns with typical table heights. The stroller itself has a one-hand full recline in forward- and parent-facing position; there's an adjustable leg rest and an adjustable handlebar; and of course, a one-hand compact fold to a self-standing position. The weight limit is 55 pounds.
Normally $500, this best-in-class travel system is what you need on hand if you plan on traveling this summer or beyond. You get the Maxi-Cosi Zelia stroller and the Mico 30 car seat; the car seat only weighs nine pounds and fits babies 5-30 pounds in rear-facing mode. The stroller has a 50 pound weight limit. It has a rear- and forward-facing seat, and the seat reclines into the lie-flat position for naps.
Miku's newly updated $400 baby monitor tracks your infant without using wearables. And it streams real-time video and audio to your phone, plus keeps you abreast of the temperature in your nursery. It has a sensory-driven video capture feature that lets store unlimited photos and video on your phone.
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