79 Best Prime Day Deals for Your Kitchen and Home (2023)

79 Best Prime Day Deals for Your Kitchen and Home (2023)
Written by Techbot

Homes are expensive. So are all the things we’d like to fill said homes with. But Amazon Prime Day is ripe with deals to pick up all your dream home goods—like a KitchenAid mixer, a robot mop-vac, a smart security camera, or a fantastic weighted blanket—at a better price. We’ve rounded up all the best Prime Day home and kitchen deals worth shopping for.

Note: Many of these deals may require a membership, including Amazon Prime, Target Circle, or Walmart Plus. Amazon Prime has a free 30-day trial if you don’t already have it (set a reminder to cancel it before it automatically renews). Target Circle is free to sign up, but you’ll need to save the offer to your account from the main offer page or on the actual purchase page for a particular item to see the deal price at checkout. Many of Walmart’s deals are in early access for subscribers but will be available for everyone later in the day.

Update July 11: We added a bunch of new deals to this post. We also updated links and prices where they’ve changed.

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Nutribullet Smart Touch Blender

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The Nutribullet Smart Touch is a powerful, stylish addition to your kitchen, with a sleek touchscreen display that lights up against the blender’s black finish. It has plenty of options, allowing you to use this handy blender for smoothies, soups, purées, and frozen drinks. It can also handle hot liquids. And, this sale is a better deal than we’ve seen in recent months. 

KitchenAid stand mixers are pricey, but they’re a long-term investment that’s well worth it for many home chefs and bakers. This 4.5-quart version is a solid sale and a nice size for smaller kitchens and homes. This isn’t as good of a deal as we saw over Memorial Day, and we usually see prices dip a little lower during Black Friday if you aren’t in a hurry to own a KitchenAid.

If your kitchen space is lacking, sometimes you need to use your stovetop as prep space. One of these cutting boards covers half a typical stove, giving you a workstation for chopping or setting down your utensils, or you can get two to cover all four burners. 

Lodge pans are one of our Buy It For Life picks for a reason. Over time, they form a non-stick cooking surface without relying on Teflon, and cast iron retains heat extraordinarily well. Fry, sauté, even bake a pan of cornbread inside the oven. 

All-Clad is pricey, but the brand makes great kitchen tools that should last forever. This set is for two frying pans, a 10-inch and a 12-inch.


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We haven’t tried this exact Crock-Pot model, but we have happily used others from this brand. A lot of people have gone the Instant Pot route, but I’m still a slow cooker gal. There’s nothing like the aroma of a meal that’s been cooking all day. This one should make enough to feed a family of seven. There’s a pretty sage green version for $30 ($20 off) as well.

According to the WIRED Gear Team, Stasher bags are a must for every home. The silicone reusable bags will replace disposable storage bags, cutting down on trash, and come in a variety of sizes to meet your household’s needs. And they’re safe for dishwashers, freezers, and microwaves.

We love Rezip’s reusable baggies as a cheaper alternative to Stasher bags. A variety of sizes are available for sale from Rezip right now, including the 8-piece bundle, 10-pack flat bags, 2-pack collapsible pet bowls, and 2-pack tall bags.


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If you want simple controls and great power in your blender, and the ability to make a huge range of blended drinks, soups, and desserts, don’t miss your chance to get the Vitamix 5200 for a lower price. We saw this price once before in April, but it’s still a good deal and a better price than we usually see.

We haven’t tested this eight-quart version, but we love the six-quart version of the Instant Pot Pro (8/10, WIRED Recommends) and think it’s the best multicooker you can buy. Both are 10-in-1 devices that can do everything from pressure cooking and sous vide to yogurt and cakes.

If you don’t need the 8-quart Instant Pot Pro above, this one is a little bit smaller and cheaper. It isn’t one of our picks, but it’s nearly half off and has nine different abilities baked inside it: it can be a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, yogurt maker, steamer, sauté pan, steamer, sterilizer and food warmer. It also comes with an extra sealing ring, a silicone egg rack, and a stainless steel steam rack.

Fellow Stagg EKG Electric Kettle

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Pour-over coffee fans and tea makers, this one’s for you. Fellow’s Stagg EKG is one of our favorite electric kettles for many reasons. It’s beautiful on the eyes and has great temperature controls, so it’s great for teas that need a certain temperature, and the gooseneck spout gives it perfect precision for pour-overs. The price tag is usually what holds this kettle back from being the best choice, so don’t miss this rare deal.

We love KitchenAid’s Pro Line electric water kettle for its quiet boil and gentle tone to let you know when it’s done boiling (rather than loud beeping). Target’s exclusive Pebbled Palm color from its partnership with Magnolia is on sale—make sure to click “Save” on the deal coupon. 

Several members of the WIRED Gear team use Omie’s bentos and lunch containers. Reviewer Medea Giordano loves the snap-on Bento BIO, and reviews associate editor Adrienne So packs her kids lunches in the Insulated box. Omie’s Amazon page has many different options right now.

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Read our Best Espresso Machines guide for more info on these picks.

Braun MultiServe Coffee Machine

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Just want a single cup of coffee? The Braun MultiServe Coffee Machine (8/10, WIRED Recommends) can brew up a full pot or a single cup, combining the advantages of a regular coffee machine and a Keurig. Bonus: It has a rare certification from the Specialty Coffee Association.

The Breville Barista Express is a longtime favorite of WIRED’s Gear Team, thanks to its sturdy, mostly-metal construction and easy cleaning. It’s great for espresso, steaming milk, and grinding beans, and lasts for years.

This deal isn’t an unusual price to see, but it’s still a fine deal on the Keurig. The Classic single-serve Keurig is $30 off, and the Duo model that can brew either a single cup or a pot of coffee is $60 off.

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TP-Link Archer AX21 Router

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As the best budget router you can buy right now, TP-Link’s Archer AX21 delivers reliable Wi-Fi 6 performance. It’s not the fastest and the range is limited for modest homes with a limited number of devices; there’s no need to spend more than this. The Tether app is straightforward and packed with all the basic options you need, including traffic prioritization, parental controls, and a guest network. It is regularly as low as $75 and has been $70, but we’ve never seen it this low.

This is our pick for the best router for most folks. It is a dual-band Wi-Fi 6 router that delivers stable, speedy Wi-Fi coverage for the average home. It has four gigabit Ethernet LAN ports, a single gigabit WAN port, and a USB 3.0 port on the back. TP-Link’s Tether app has all the options you are likely to need including guest network, traffic stats, and band splitting.

While most folks don’t need Wi-Fi 6E yet, this Deco mesh system from TP-Link is one of the most affordable ways to try the 6-GHz band. A 3-pack can cover up to 7,000 square feet, and it’s very easy to set up. This tri-band system will use the 6-Ghz band for backhaul by default but you can configure it to connect with a Wi-Fi 6E phone or laptop and get extremely high speeds within a short range of the router.

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Amazon’s Eero mesh systems are designed to make life simple. They are easy to set up, work well, and double as smart home hubs. But remember that an Eero Plus subscription ($10 per month) is required for features like parental controls and advanced security. Included in our best mesh Wi-Fi routers guide, the Eero 6+ is the mesh for folks with up to 1 Gbps internet and a home smaller than 4,500 square feet. It has been this price before last Prime Day and around Black Friday, but never lower. The one and two-packs are also on sale.

This Amazon bundle combines one of the best mesh Wi-Fi systems with one of the best streaming devices. The Eero Pro 6 (3-Pack) is a reliable mesh that will work well for folks with up to 1 Gbps internet and larger homes up to 6,000 square feet in size. This bundle has only been this low before in Lightning deals. It usually hovers between $350 and $450.

The Eero Pro 6E (7/10, WIRED Recommends) is Amazon’s most powerful mesh Wi-Fi system. It is easy to set up and use, delivers reliably speedy Wi-Fi, and doubles as a smart home hub. But parental controls and security software require a subscription starting from $10 per month and there are cheaper options. We have seen this three pack go as low as $420 before, but never as low as this. The one and two packs are also on sale.

The Nest Wifi Pro (7/10, WIRED Recommends) appears in our Best Mesh Routers guide as the ideal choice for folks seeking simplicity. If you just want your internet to work reliably and can’t be bothered to tweak settings, Google’s pill-shaped mesh routers will suit you. They use the 6-GHz band for backhaul and double up as smart home hubs with built-in Thread radios, Bluetooth LE (low Energy), and Matter support.

Skylight Frame

The large Skylight frame looks great on a tabletop. It’s an honorable mention in our Best Digital Photo Frames guide, but it’s not our favorite for image quality, especially for photos taken on a smartphone. This is a pretty good deal if you don’t mind losing a little detail. Both the 10″ and 15″ sizes of the Skylight frame are on sale.

If you need air conditioning but don’t want to lose use of your window, get our favorite AC unit. An included bracket balances the weight against the exterior of your home, so you can open the window and the unit won’t fall out. The name comes from the big, U-shaped notch in the middle of the machine, so when the window is closed, it sits deep into the unit and you lose less cold air. It’s quiet and connects to Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.

The Midea AC unit is great, but if you need something portable, we really like the EcoFlow Wave 2 (8/10, WIRED Recommends). It’s just very, very expensive, even on sale. It’s great at cooling down a small room and it works as a heater during the winter months.

This deal is only valid for in-store, pickup, or same-day delivery. Last year, the reward was only $10, so this is a nice $5 upgrade. It’s pretty easy to spend $50 on home products, especially if you’re in need of supplies like toilet paper and laundry detergent. May as well throw a Scrub Daddy in there too.

Tushy Classic 3.0

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If you want to get started with bidets without needing to add electricity or spend a lot of money, the Tushy Classic 3.0 is our recommended bidet. It’s easy to set up and start using, no power source required, and even comes in a variety of colors and knob finishes to perfectly match your bathroom. And it’s on sale for a little better price than we’ve seen so far this year.

If you want a great remote with Google Assistant built-in, plus the ability to easily stream from your phone, the Chromecast with Google TV (8/10, WIRED Recommends). It has a wide selection of apps and can search across all of your streaming platforms at once for a show or movie, so it’s fast and easy to find what you want to watch. 

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This sale price has risen; it was $211 earlier in the day. Still, it’s an air purifier, fan combo that looks great in any room. It adds some coolness to the air it purifies, and it will cycle the air in a 326-square-foot room five times an hour. It can’t cool off an already toasty room, but it will feel nice if you’re sitting right in front of it, and it is fairly quiet. Read our Best Air Purifiers guide for more recommendations.

Inside scoop: This blanket will be in a gift guide later this year. WIRED reviewer Louryn Strampe loves these oversized blankets, so get one at a great deal before we tell the world about them.

Roborock Q5+. 

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The Roborock Q5+ (9/10, WIRED Recommends) is our favorite robot vacuum for several reasons. It’s simple to use, the app is easy to navigate, and the vacuum itself is incredibly reliable. It can also map multiple room types and designate different floor types for those rooms. The biggest downside is the price tag, which means you’ll want to grab one now.

The Roborock S7 Max isn’t in our robot vacuums guide yet, but it still comes recommended by the Gear Team. The Roborock is good at mapping and is thorough and fast as it cleans. Just be sure to program it to vacuum before you mop, or else it tends to soak your floors. It’s cheaper now than it was when Target’s sale started.

Samsung’s Jet Bot AI+ has navigation worth writing home about—we’ve even seen it deftly dodge a sleeping dog while it cleaned the floor. It leaves about a 4-inch clearance around any obstacles (including large sleeping animals) so it isn’t great if you need a lot of edge cleaning. It’s a large vacuum with a massive tower, which we don’t like, but it’s quiet, fast, and powerful. It usually has a hefty price tag to match all those things, but you can find it for nearly half off right now.

Shark AI Ultra 2-in-1 Robot Vacuum.

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We like the Shark AI Ultra 2-in-1 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) as an affordable option for a vac-mop combo. It maps your home quickly and accurately, won’t get your floors wet when it mops and is more compact than other vac-mop combos. And, right now, it’s even more affordable than it normally is and lower than most of the sales we’ve seen this year.

As other mapping robot vacuums have gotten exponentially better, Eufy’s maps have stayed … well, just a little wonky in our testing. However, this powerful twin-turbine vacuum is perfect for basements with a lot of kids and dogs that need deep cleaning.

The Hoover OnePwr is one of our favorite cordless vacuums for a few reasons—including the fact that it stands on its own without assistance, which many cordless vacs don’t do. It’s both lightweight and powerful and picked up everything from cereal to litter with one pass on its medium setting. It’s also rarely on sale, so grab it for a lower price while you can.

Dyson V8.

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The Dyson V8 Origin on average sells for $350, and it has reached as low as $250 before during prior Black Friday sale events. Still, this is a lower price than you’d typically see, and if you can’t wait, it’s a solid vacuum. It’s a pared-down version of our budget Dyson pick, and you can read more about it in our Best Dyson Vacuums guide.

We haven’t tested this mop yet, as it’s a new version of Swiffer’s PowerMop, but WIRED reviewer Medea Giordano has her eye on the wood version. If you’re looking for a new mop for wood floors, you might want to check this one out.

The regular version is one of our favorite budget carpet cleaners because it is relatively compact and lightweight. It has a dirty-water tank at the bottom and a clean-water and solution tank at the top. Both are easy to remove and clean. The handle has a solution trigger for accurately spraying stains first. This has briefly dipped below $100 before, but never gone quite this low.

The Wyze Cam Pan V3, our favorite panning indoor camera, features a smart design that can spin 360 degrees and tilt through 180 degrees. You can set waypoints for it to cycle through, it can track subjects, and there’s a privacy mode where the lens faces down. Video quality is decent at 1080p and 20 frames-per-second, but sound quality is poor. Similar to other Wyze cameras, you need a microSD card for local recording unless you want to subscribe to Cam Plus for $2 a month.

Wyze Outdoor V2 Camera.

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Our pick for the best budget outdoor security camera, the Wyze Cam Outdoor V2 records in full HD and comes with a base station for local video recording, which means there’s no need for a cloud subscription. The Wyze app is quick to load and offers scheduling for recordings, a customizable detection zone, and two-way audio. But the downsides of this camera include low frame rate and lack of HDR, and you’ll need a microSD card for local recording unless you want to subscribe to Cam Plus for $2 a month.

The Arlo Essential Indoor Camera, one of our favorite indoor security cameras, features a compact design, clear video, two-way audio, and a privacy shutter. There’s also expansive smart home integration and proper security with 2FA. But there’s no local storage and you need a subscription starting from $5 a month to get cloud storage and top-notch smart alerts. Grab this two-pack for half off while you can. 

Currently top of our Best Video Doorbells guide, the Arlo Essential Wired Video Doorbell offers an expansive 180-degree view of your front porch, delivers swift notifications, and records detailed video day or night. Arlo’s notification system is a cut above the rest, and a ring to the doorbell can even trigger a phone call to your phone.

Arlo Pro 4 Outdoor Security Camera.

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Crystal-clear footage, speedy loading, and excellent smart notifications make this one of the best outdoor security cameras you can buy. It was only knocked off the top spot in our guide by its successor, the Pro 5. The Pro 4 is still a top camera and a two-pack will likely be enough to keep a watchful eye on your property. But you will need an Arlo Secure subscription at $13 per month to unlock cloud storage and all the best features. While it has been as low as $130 before, this is the lowest price we’ve seen.

We haven’t tested the floodlight version of Google’s outdoor Nest Cam, but we’re fans of the regular version (which is also on sale), so if your home is controlled by Google and you want a floodlight with your outdoor security camera, go with this version.

Get started with smart bulbs with one of our favorite smart light starter kits from Philips Hue. It comes with three bulbs, a smart button switch to control them with, and a hub to connect these and future Philips Hue devices to. You can also control these with a voice assistant like Alexa or Google, and create preset scenes. It’s a better sale than we’ve seen in a while for this kit, making it a better investment than usual. 

Blink Mini

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The Blink Mini is a solid compact indoor security camera. It’s reliable, and has good-quality video, two-way audio, accurate motion detection, activity zones, and integration with Alexa. The only downside is that you need a $3 monthly subscription for cloud storage to record events, and that it can’t distinguish between pets and people when it sees movement. 

The smartest indoor security camera in town is Google’s indoor Nest Cam. It’s got HDR, automatic night vision when the lights turn out, two-way audio, enforced two-factor authentication, and accurate detection to alert you about people and pets. Plus, it comes in a few finishes to blend in with your home. You will need a Nest Aware subscription, which starts at $6 per month for 30 days of event video history and familiar face alerts. The latter is especially handy, since it will let Nest notify you about which person it sees in your home (or if it’s an unfamiliar face).

If your home is controlled by Google Assistant, or you use a Google Chromecast, the best outdoor security camera for you is the Nest Cam. It just has a simple mounting plate to install, so it’s a good choice for both homeowners and renters alike. It has a 130-degree field of view, HDR, night vision, a microphone, and a clear speaker. Like other Nest Cams, you’ll need a Nest Aware subscription, which starts at $6 per month for 30 days of event video history.

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The only reason Nest’s video doorbell isn’t the top pick in our Best Video Doorbell Cameras guide is because of the price tag. Which means this shopping holiday is the perfect time to snag one. It’s easy to mount, and easy to remove and charge the battery (make sure to hold onto Google’s charger, since we’ve found that off-brand chargers raise charging time from 5 hours to 15 hours). It has an expansive view, night vision, and great notifications. And, like other Nest cameras, you’ll need a Nest Aware subscription, which starts at $6 per month for 30 days of event video history and familiar face alerts.

If you want a camera-free version of our favorite smart display, and don’t mind a smaller screen, now’s the time to strike. The second-gen Nest Hub (7/10, WIRED Recommends) is small enough to fit on small side tables and spaces, and if you add it to your bedside table, it can even track your sleep.

The latest Nest Thermostat isn’t quite as smart as the original Nest Learning Thermostat, meaning it doesn’t learn and adapt to your habits, but you can still set schedules. It’ll also turn itself down when you leave your home, saving you energy, and you can control the temperature via the app. If you like how Google runs its smart home, we think you’ll like this. 

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This sleek smart floor lamp practically disappears into the wall when it isn’t on. When it is, the light is actually a long light strip that you point at the wall to create a diffused array of colors. You can use the Govee app to sync the lights to music or a movie, choose from a huge variety of colors, and create scenes. It comes with a remote, and is compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.

The budget pick in our best water leak detectors, these are quick and easy to install, and they send alerts as push notifications and emails. They also boast a loud siren (100 decibels). Mercifully, you can shut off the ear-splitting sound from the app. The sensors are quite small, and they offer drip detection on top and metal feet for leak detection underneath, but there’s no option to add a disc or cable.

The EufyCam 3 Security System (8/10, WIRED Recommends) has crystal-clear 4K video, doesn’t need a subscription, and is solar-powered. It’s fantastic, and the usual downside is the price—along with needing to connect your hub to your router with an ethernet cable, and that you have to train the AI. But if price is what’s keeping you away, this is your moment to get this system.


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Nanoleaf’s eye-catching smart lighting range is expensive, and the Nanoleaf Lines (8/10, WIRED Recommends) are no exception. But they do offer vibrant colors, work great for ambient lighting, and can sync to music or mirror your PC screen. They have frequently dropped to $250, but this is the lowest price we’ve seen.

The sooner you catch a water leak, the less damage it can do. Shaped like a drop of water, Moen’s versatile device alerts you within seconds of detecting a leak and offers compelling extras like temperature tracking at an affordable price. It tops our best water leak detectors guide, and although it is frequently discounted, it rarely goes this low.

Govee has a few entries in our best smart lighting guide and this one is our favorite diffused light strip. You can shape it into a curved pattern, sync it with music, or cycle through colors and play animations from the Govee app. It stays put in your chosen position, thanks to adhesive-backed metal brackets. It is frequently discounted, but we have never seen it this low.

While the LectroFan Classic gets the nod ahead of the Evo in our best sound machines guide, we do recommend the Evo as another option. It lacks the excellent buttons of the Classic, but it’s better-looking and offers more sound choices. It dips to $35 quite regularly but rarely goes this low.

It’s been a while since we’ve tested a Eufy scale, but like most of Eufy’s products, we’ve found it to be attractive and versatile, even if it doesn’t have too many features. It’s the affordable price that usually seals the deal, however.

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Check out our Best Mattresses and Best Organic Mattresses guides for more.

Brooklinen Weighted Blanket

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Brooklinen’s weighted blanket is a great choice if you’re looking for something larger—the 12-pound blanket is one of the biggest options from our weighted blankets guide. It’s textured and comes in a range of beautiful colors. But the best part (besides the fact that it’s on sale right now) is that it has a fantastic return policy—you have an entire year to decide if it’s the blanket for you.

If you’re looking for fantastic organic cotton sheets, don’t miss out on this deal. The Brooklinen Organic Core Sheet Set is a favorite from our organic mattresses and bedding guide. These sheets have a 300-thread count and are soft without being overly silky.  Made from Global Organize Textile Standard (GOTS)-certified organic cotton, these sheets are also Oeko-Tex certified, so there are no (known) toxic chemicals here.

It’s hard to find cheap sheets that are actually nice to sleep on. WIRED writer Medea Giordano tested a few cheap pairs for an upcoming guide, and has been buying cheap ones on her own for years, only to be disappointed. But the Bedsure sheets are it. They’re soft and cooling, and have held up in the wash. If you didn’t know it, you wouldn’t think these were $100 less than some other great sheets.

Photograph: Brooklinen

Nothing says luxury (or big Tony Soprano energy) like a plush robe. Brooklinen’s super-plush robe has thick material and deep pockets that made our reviewer feel like they were staying in a luxurious hotel rather than just hanging out at home.

This pillow is WIRED writer Louryn Strampe’s favorite. She gives it a 15 out of 10 for comfort and coolness. The case is washable, so the pillow’s life can be extended without having to run the whole thing through the washing machine. There is also an adjustable version that comes with a bag of foam, so you can add or subtract as much as you need for the perfect pillow every night.

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Shark HyperAir Blow Dryer.

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Shark doesn’t just make vacuums. The HyperAir is one of our favorite hair dryers because it offers a variety of attachments, which come in bundles for sleek blowouts (an air concentrator and a brush) or defined curls (an air concentrator and a diffuser), and both options are on sale. An extra bonus with the HyperAir has a 2-in-1 air concentrator that can expand or shrink, so you can adjust it based on your needs, rather than having two separate sizes like most hair dryers. 

This is a great deal on one of our favorite hair straighteners—the Smooth+ a slightly larger version of the Style+ that we recommend, but besides the size they’re exactly the same. And, it’s the cheapest price we’ve seen on either model in a few months. 

Dyson Corrale

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We love the Dyson Corrale (8/10, WIRED Recommends), but it’s extremely expensive. It makes you feel fancy like all Dyson tools tend to do, and its flexing plates quickly get your hair straighter with less heat—they curve around the hair, avoiding the splaying-out effect and uneven heat distribution that plague other flat irons. Still, it has flaws for a $500 hair straightener. It can be used without a cord, but the battery life is too short to straighten my whole head of hair. The onboard battery also makes it quite heavy, and only the blue color is on sale. 

This hair dryer is effortless to use, thanks to the lightweight, plastic design. It has multiple heat and speed settings. The only downside is there’s no diffuser, so this is a great deal for anyone who isn’t looking to diffuse their curls while they blow dry. 

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Theragun Mini Massage Gun. 

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The Theragun Mini is the minimalist Theragun’s family of massage gun devices—it’s smaller and lighter, so it’s easier to bring somewhere and is more affordable than the rest of Theragun’s offerings. And the Mini still offers 20 pounds of pressure. It’s a better deal than we’ve seen lately, but only by $10.

We love the Theragun Pro (5th gen) for serious athletes, and the on-sale 4th gen is still great even if it’s not the newest version—the main difference we noticed between the two models was that the 5th gen is a little quieter. While it’s not the lowest price we’ve seen lately, it’s still a great price at just over 40 percent off.

We haven’t tested the Prime, but its specs place it in the middle of Theragun’s massage gun options. It packs 30 pounds of force, 10 more than the Mini but half as much as the Pro. This is the best deal we’ve seen in a while on the Prime, so if you’re looking for a good middle ground of features and power, this is a good time to grab this Theragun model.

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We often see the Tymo hair straightener brush for around $60, but this is still a solid deal. We recommend the regular one in our Best Hair Straighteners guide that’s $50 (and almost always 10 percent off), but this is the new version and has nine heat settings rather than just five, with denser brush teeth and ions.

Love the design of Dyson’s hair dryer, but don’t want to drop that much cash? We recommend the Laifen in our Best Hair Dryers guide as a cheaper dryer with a similar design. And now it’s even cheaper for the same style. It’s not as nice as the Dyson, but our writer still enjoyed using it.

The Colgate Hum (9/10, WIRED Recommends) sonic brush is our favorite smart toothbrush. Slim and light, the small brush head easily reaches the back of your mouth without causing discomfort. A companion mobile app offers insight into your habits. The Hum costs significantly less than most app-connected brushes, and the mobile app’s features are superior to its competitors. We have seen the black color as low as $23, but most colors hover around $42.

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Willow Go.

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We thought the price tag on this comfortable wearable breast pump (8/10, WIRED Recommends) was a little scary, but the convenience was worth it. It’s even more worth it at this discount.

Teach “Yes, Chef!” early with the Raddish Kids, one of our favorite kids subscription boxes for the budding culinary artist. The recipes are easy for kids to follow, and the tiny utensils that are included in the box are irresistibly cute and perfect for little hands. 

This stroller will be one of our top recommendations soon in our Best Strollers guide. It has the benefits of a jogging stroller with great suspension and nice wheels, but still folds down nicely and flat (though it won’t stand on its own while folded) and is slim enough to use for city walks and shopping. It’s one of the best strollers out there for the money already, so don’t miss a chance to get it for even cheaper.

Lovevery is one of our favorite gift subscription boxes for kids, but it’s normally super expensive. The beautiful, high-quality toys are plastic-free and will last forever, and now you can get it for a little cheaper than usual.

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Litter Genie.

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This price is only available for in-store, pick-up, and same-day delivery. If you have a cat, a Litter Genie is a lifesaver. Scoop clumps into the top compartment, then open a hatch to drop those clumps to the bottom where they stay odor-free (for two weeks or so) or until you empty it. No more daily trips to the garbage! You do have to commit to buying refill bags, though.

Several pet toys and accessories we like are discounted too, like the SmartyKat Karrot Kicker Cat Toy and the Boots & Barkley Cat Wave Scratcher. But because of the in-store only offers, some of the deals are deceiving. This cat tree, for example, says it’s included in the 20 percent off, but isn’t sold in stores, so when you go to checkout, the discount isn’t factored into your total.

The Furbo 360 Dog Camera (9/10, WIRED, Recommends) is perfect for keeping an eye on your furry friend. It can track your dog’s movement, toss treats, and keep you informed with notifications, but if you don’t love the unusual look and treat feature consider something from our best security cameras. It is frequently discounted but we have not seen it this low.

We haven’t tested this scratching post, but it’s a good kind of scratcher to have around the house if you’ve got cats. Check out our Best Cat Toys and Supplies guide for more. 

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Score one of the best electric scooters you can for a steal. It already offered some of the best range for the money, meaning it’s even better right now. WIRED reviews editor Julian Chokkattu frequently got around 15 miles out of the scooter, and found it to be a comfy ride with its 9.5-inch tubeless tires.

This is our favorite umbrella. It’s sturdy, so you shouldn’t be left with a broken umbrella in the middle of a storm, it automatically opens and closes, and it dries quickly. It’s also one of the most compact umbrellas we tried, so it should fit in your bag when you aren’t using it. 

ShedRain Clear Bubble Umbrella

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The Weatherman above is a fantastic, tough umbrella, but bubble umbrellas are great. Not only are they cute, but if you’re walking in a crowded city, the ability to pull it down, keeping you dry the entire time, instead of having to lift it up every few seconds to avoid hitting someone is unmatched. It covers you and your backpack, and you can see through it.

Amazon will automatically discount your order during checkout when you spend at least $30 on select items. There’s a massive selection in this sale, including lots of kitchen and home items. Need to restock on dish soap, granola bars, doggy bags, or vitamins? It’s worth checking this deal out. 

That’s right, you can score a Yeti cooler for $75 off, so long as you don’t mind having a purple cooler. It’s a pretty great shade of purple, though, and it can hold 18 cans or 24 pounds of ice. It’s the best deal we’ve seen on this model, and we’ve been impressed with Yeti coolers.

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