Amazon Prime Deals Continue. Here Are the Best of Them

Amazon Prime Deals Continue. Here Are the Best of Them

Sure, Amazon Prime Day is over, but don’t fret. Amazon deals and sales still abound. So, to help you out, we’ve found the best Amazon Prime Day deals on everything from Philips Sonicare toothbrushes to an Apple Watch to AirPods to blenders and baby monitors. We’re sure you’ll find something here you like. Or not. We’re not the boss of you. We’re just trying to help. So check out these Amazon sale products, which, to be honest, are even bigger deals than some of what we saw during Prime Day.  You won’t regret it. Unless, of course, you’re the sucker who likes paying full price.

Amazon Echo Dot, Amazon Echo Show

The sturdy, solid Amazon Echo Dot speaker is now down from $49.99, so stock up.

You can voice control your music, set alarms, and basically run your life on Amazon’s top-selling speaker, at one solid price. It’s got a fabric design and huge sound despite its small stature.

This Echo Dot-Fire TV combo is great for folks who want to start a smart home theater setup, and want to do it for $25 less than usual.

It makes sense to get these devices together because they work so well together. Setup for both is quick, so you’ll be controlling your TV with your voice in no time.

Apple Watches and Products

What a sweet deal on the Apple Watch 4, which is normally $399.

Get the great Apple Watch 4 for a truly great price. It comes with GPS, a display that’s 30 percent larger, electrical and optical heart sensors and a 50 percent louder speaker.

You'd be a fool to pay $499 for this iPad Air, which has a 10.5-inch retina display.

This WiFi-powered iPad Air gives you up to 10 hours of battery life, plus you get two cameras, a fingerprint sensor, and a gorgeous true tone display.

When an ordinary iPad just won't cut it, you need the Pro. Which is normally a hefty $799.

The latest model iPad Pro for this price? You get an 11-inch edge-to-edge Liquid Retina display with ProMotion True Tone, and wide color, an A12X Bionic chip, face ID and Apple Pay, and a 12MP back camera, 7MP True Depth front camera. 

The latest Apple iPad model normally runs $329. You get a 9.7-inch retina display, an A10 fusion chip, a touch ID fingerprint sensor, and two speaker audio.

The iPad has an 8MP back camera and 1.2MP FaceTime HD front camera. It’s a keeper, so get it now, with up to 10 hours of battery life.

Few things get us as fired up as truly stellar deals on tech items. Like these Beats wireless headphones, which used to set you back $199.95.

These Beats headphones are the latest reason you won’t miss a workout. They have a 12-hour battery life and secure-fit earhooks so nothing falls out or moves around. You can take calls, control your music and activate Siri with RemoteTalk. 

Ummm, you need to move fast and get these AirPods. Which are regularly $199.

As you might have heard, latest-model Apple products rarely go on sale. So you need to get these AirPods now. With a wireless charging case.

Apple lighting cables don't last too long. They break and they crack. So stock up while they're on sale, down from $29.

If you’re a parent like the rest of us, you know you go through these cables like kids go through ice cream. So stock up now. You’ll thank us later. Apple’s two-meter USB 2.0 cable connects your iPhone, iPad, or iPod with a USB port for syncing and charging.

Headphones and Earbuds

The Muse headband helps you stay focused and on track with your guided meditation, and it's down from its regular price of $249.99.

The genius Muse gives you realtime feedback when you’re meditating, to make sure you’re getting the full benefits of it.

Oh yeah, we were waiting for these to come down from the original $199 price and here we are! These weather-proof earbuds have an IPX4 rating and come with three different pairs of StayHear+ Sport tips for a perfect fit.

You’ll never lose your earbuds thanks to Bose’s ‘find my buds’ feature on its app. You get up to five hours of play time with each charge and an additional 10 hours with the included charging case.

This Bluetooth 3.0 headset used to cost $99.99, and not only do you get supremely clear sound, but a full charge in 90 minutes.

This wireless Bluetooth headset is compatible with both Apple and Android devices. It does the thinking for you: It can automatically answer calls as you place the headset on your ear or redirect audio to your phone when you set down your headset. Like your own personal phone butler.

Normally $79.99, these killer earbuds have advanced Bluetooth 5.0 technology, which provides a more stable connection to anything you need, and they weigh about as much as a sheet of paper.

These wireless earbuds have mic and volume control, of course. But they’re also waterproof and the audio quality is top notch. They pair easily and each earbud is magnetized.

Anker's sweat-proof, noise-cancelling earbuds, fully Bluetooth, sure sound sweeter when they're not $59.99.

With these Bluetooth earbuds, can you work out, take calls, and truly feel the bass. They’re both tougher and lighter than other comparable earbuds, and have an insanely high clarity of sound.

Sony's earbuds would regularly cost $50. You get an integrated microphone and smartphone playback control, and the earbuds are made of silicone, so they're comfortable and secure.

Not only do you get deep, throbbing bass with these earbuds. But you can choose the specific earbud size to fit your ears.

These Beats headphones would regularly cost you $299.95. You get three hours of playback after five minutes of charging and up to 40 hours of battery life.

These are great on-ear Bluetooth headphones, at an equally great price. You can take calls, control your music and activate Siri.

On an average day, you'd pay $99 for these Bose in-ear headphones.

These Bose in-ear headphones give you crystal-clear sound thanks to the brand’s TriPort technology and conform to your ear’s shape to stay comfortably in place all day while you get on the treadmill or go for a run.

Holy cannoli, these top-rated Bluetooth earbuds used to cost $99.99.

These Bluetooth earbuds have a 20 hour playtime, a built-in mic, and a charging case. They instantly pair when you take them out of the case.

These fantastic waterproof headphones are normally $110. You get a wrap-around band and 3.5 mm headphone jack. But the kicker is, you get clear sound, while also being fully immersed in water. That's how watertight these are.

You can use these waterproof headphones for swimming laps, kayaking, and anything else waterborne.


Your Labor Day cookout needs this fantastic JBL Bluetooth speaker, which used to cost $149 and wirelessly connect to up to three separate devices.

Not only is this badass speaker waterproof, but you can take calls from it because of its noise-cancellation properties, plus you can connect multiple JBL speakers together to create your own personal outdoor concert series. Plus you can fully adjust the bass.

Normally $499, this Bose wireless Bluetooth speaker works with Alexa for voice control and fills your entire house with immersive sound.

Plus, the Bose speaker features six presets for your favorite playlists, stations and podcasts, and an OLED display for time and song info.

Bose's best-selling speaker would normally cost you $500. It fills your room with immersive sound thanks to Bose's waveguide technology.

This incredible speaker does it all. It’s part alarm clock, part radio, part CD/MP3 player, and all-immersive sound. If you add the Bluetooth adapter, it’s wireless, too.

Life's too short to use the speakers on your TV, so upgrade your sound with this Samsung soundbar-subwoofer combo, available for $52 off its normal price.

This soundbar is great for TV sound, but it also comes with Bluetooth connectivity for streaming music from a phone or tablet. And because the subwoofer is wireless, you won’t ruin your pristine home theater setup with a pesky cord.

Electric toothbrushes

Get the benefits of flossing from this ADA-accepted water flosser, down from $89.99.

The Waterpik Aquarius Water Flosser gets rid of up to 99.9 percent of plaque from treated areas and is up to 50 percent more effective than regular floss. It’s especially great for folks with braces.

Why pay $89.99 for this popular electric toothbrush with three intensity settings?

Electric toothbrushes, at this point, are so tricked out they basically do your laundry for you. This one is basic. It’s reliable. And it gets your teeth six times cleaner than using a regular manual brush thanks to sonic technology that delivers 31,000 brush strokes per minute.

This electric toothbrush, formerly $43.99, oscillates and rotates to break up and remove plaque and has a two minute timer to remind you to switch quadrants every 30 seconds to clean every part of your mouth.

This Fatherly editor has tried every electric toothbrush on the market (perks of the job, what can we say), and this tried but true one is still one of the best. At the best price.

Any dentist will tell you that an ultrasonic electric toothbrush should be a key part of your dental arsenal. This top one from Philips used to cost $69.99.

If you don’t want to spring for a super-fancy electric toothbrush, then just get this Sonicare. It has a pressure sensor that protects teeth and gums from over-brushing and reminds you when it’s time to replace your brush head. Plus, it makes sure you brush your chompers for the recommended two minutes. 

But if you did want the Ferrari of toothbrushes, the Sonicare DiamondClean is down from its $269.99 list price.

This electric toothbrush is Bluetooth-enabled, and has four different brush heads that automatically pair with the right brushing mode to give you the optimal clean, and provide you with realtime feedback.

Sous Vide

The best-in-class Nano connected lab-grade sous vide precision cooker is down from $99.

You will get perfect results, every time, with this sous vide. Thanks to consistent control and precision, your meats and veggies taste like something a professional chef whipped up. Best of all, this device can be controlled from your phone.

Aicok's $179.99 sous vide is way discounted, which is good news for fans of this outstanding sous vide double immersion circulator.

How easy is this sous vide to use? So very easy. This particular sous vide cooker has a temperature control accuracy of ±0.1 degrees Farhenheit. Meaning, it’s very, very accurate.


This set of 4.5 inch steak knives has a full-tang triple-rivet handle, which is pretty insane quality for the price, which was $35.

This set of four steak knives has a serrated edge, and doesn’t need much in the way of sharpening. Filet mignon, you’ve been warned.

When buying knives, you want to make sure they're full-tang, like this fantastic set by Zwilling featuring the knives every home cook needs. It used to cost $188.

Full-tang knives are of superior quality. And this set includes the basics you need:  A four inch paring knife, a six inch utility knife, and an eight inch chef’s knife. Everyone, and we do mean everyone, needs these in their kitchen.

Henkels makes some of the world's best knives. Used by top chefs. Everywhere. And this set used to cost a mind-boggling $467.

This Henkels knife set includes self-sharpening slots. And you get a three inch paring knife, a five inch serrated knife, a boning knife, a santoku knife, and even a bread knife. Because how else would you slice a baguette?

This ruthlessly sharp Shogun knife set of three paring knives used to cost $179.99.

Dear god, these knives are amazing. They’re made using the three-step Honbazuke method. You get a super-sharp AUS-10V Japanese steel cutting core at 62+ Rockwell hardness. The G-10 handle is military grade and meant to last a lifetime. You can use these knives to slice through fish, or finely chop up garlic.

If you want to cook like a world class chef (Thomas Keller, in this case), you need a world class knife. Like this Cangshan, which used to cost $49.95.

The five-inch handle lets you get a solid grip. The eight-inch blade is made from X50Cr15MoV German steel with HRC 58 +/- 2 on the Rockwell Hardness Scale. It’s most likely one of the best knives you’ll ever own. 

Until you've had superior knives, you won't know what you're missing. Get this Cuisinart set, normally $99.99.

These are some very sleek knives. Thank you, Cuisinart. They’re made from stainless steel blade for precision cutting and have a handle designed for total control. And they come with a lifetime warranty. 

If you know knives, you know that ZWILLING J.A. Henckels knives are some of the best out there. 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.

This German steel knife set used to run you $259.99.

This nine-piece knife set is made from forged steel with hand-polished edges and precise tempering. In short, they’re sharp as hell, and get the job done.

Some of the world's top chefs, including Thomas Keller, use Cangshan knives. This set is normally $195.95.

These fantastic knives are made from high-alloy German steel that has a hardness rating of 58 ±2 on the Rockwell Hardness Rating Scale. These knives have ultra-sharp edges and top-tier edge retention.

This 8-inch chef's knife from Wusthof is normally $165.

If you’re looking for a classic chef’s knife, Wusthof is an excellent choice. The high-carbon steel knife is well balanced and sharp, with a handle that feels great in-hand.

Grills and Waffle Makers

This is so cheap, it's almost stupid. This Cuisinart waffle maker with six settings is wayyyyy down from $110.

This waffle maker (which we have and use every weekend) has nonstick coated baking plates, six-setting browning control for the perfect crispiness level every time, and ready to bake and eat lights. 

This indoor grill locks in juices and you even got those glorious grill marks, for less than $89.99.

The nonstick plates are easy to clean, and you can use this grill all year to make anything from burgers to steaks to grilled cheeses. Best of all is its lid window that lets you watch your food as it cooks.

You can grill for up to eight people from the comfort of your kitchen counter with this smokeless grill, which used to cost $300.

This infrared grill is virtually smoke-free and turns out perfect burgers, steaks, chicken, duck breasts (we’ve tried this ourselves and can attest to how great they turn out) lobster tails and hot dogs.

Say what? This panini press sandwich maker used to cost $74.99. For real.

This is your new sandwich maker. It has a six by 10 inch heating plate, so you can cook up serious amounts of food. It has 1400-watt dual heating zones that allow for faster and more energy-efficient cooking times. You can use this indoor grill year-round. 

Speaking of summer, you need a grill. This Smoke-less Indoor Grill from Philips is normally $300. Today, you can grab it for less.

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.

Meat Thermometers

We'd like to point out that the Meater never goes on sale. Until now. Score this set for less than $269.

This best-in-class meat thermometer uses algorithms to estimate how much you need to cook your food. It alerts you on your phone when your grub is ready. And it has a longer-ranger WiFi reach so you can leave the room and not burn the brisket. Its dual temperature sensors in each probe can monitor internal meat temperature up to 212°F and ambient and external temperature up to 527°F at the same time.

This rechargeable meat thermometer lets you read your cooking temperature from your phone, anywhere, and it used to cost $63.

This meat thermometer has a timer, alarm, four probes, and high temperature accuracy, so no more overdone T-bones.

The ThermoPro BBQ grill thermometer is ideal for the oven, smoker or stove-top. It has a programmable alert with preset temperatures for specific foods recommended by USDA. You can also switch it to manual mode. And it's normally $29.99.

This meat thermometer has a countdown or count up timer. So you never have to hack your way through overcooked (or, even worse, bleeding pink) chicken. It’s especially ideal for cooks who are not exactly Bobby Flay when it comes to grilling. You can also set a timer for vegetable side dishes that need to cook for exactly 10 minutes.

Cast Iron Pans and Cast Iron Skillets

This Cuisinel pre-seasoned cast iron skillet set used to cost $79.95.

Not only do you get two wonderful pre-seasoned cast 10-inch and 12-inch iron skillets, but you also score two heat resistant holders so you don’t burn your digits.

This five-quart Lodge seasoned Dutch oven used to run you $64.

You can use this Dutch oven to make anything from stews to soups to chickens. The lid converts to a skillet (really) and the domed cover is ideal for roasts and non-knead bread recipes.

You truly cannot ever go wrong with Lodge cast-iron, and this reversible grill and griddle set is down from $88.94.

This pre-seasoned cast iron grill and griddle set fits over two stovetop burners. You get handles for easy lifting, flipping or hanging when not in use. Use this to make steak or pancakes. Your choice.

This Lodge cast iron set launched on Prime Day, and already, it's down from its regular price of $91.53.

This is basically the only cookware set you’ll need. Because it does not break. Period. You get a 10.25 inch skillet, a 10.5 inch griddle, and a five quart Dutch oven. You can use it to cook anything. Period.

If you want your kids to eat veggies, whip up a stir fry in this incomparable Lodge cast iron wok, which used to cost $85.

This 14 inch preseasoned wok is your go-to for making stir fries. Its flattened bottom is ideal for all cooking surfaces, including induction.

This is the kind of deal we go crazy over. Lodge cast iron pans and skillets last forever. We mean forever. This set used to cost $62.

With this set, you get a Lodge deep cast iron skillet, a fryer, and a Dutch oven in one, plus a lid that doubles as a shallow skillet or griddle. You can use it on the stove or on the grill. You’re welcome. 

Instant Pots

The six quart Instant Pot was $99.95 but is still reduced.

Instant Pots! What person doesn’t love them? This six-quart Instant Pot 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

You need this new Instant Pot Ultra, formerly $149.95, because it has altitude adjustment, a cooking indicator, and a steam release reset button.

It’s like the BMW of Instant Pots. You get a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice/porridge cooker, yogurt maker, cake maker, egg cooker, saute/searing powerhouse, a steamer, warmer, and sterilizer. Plus, it has an embedded microprocessor that monitors the pressure and temperature of your food. 

Coffee Makers and Blenders

Pour-over coffee doesn't taste better than when made with this sleek Chemex coffee maker, down from $45.09.

You can make eight cups of perfect coffee with this Chemex pour-over coffee maker, which lets you cover and refrigerate the java without it losing its flavor.

Some deals are so good, you need to strike while the coffee is hot. Like this Cuisinart coffee maker, which used to cost $185.

Not only does this coffee maker look good on your counter, but it brews a mean cup of Joe. It’s fully automatic with 24-hour programmability, a self-clean option, and comes with a 12-cup carafe.

Normally $99.99, you get 1000 watts of blending power with this beloved blender.

This thing crushes through frozen fruits and veggies, transforms produce into smooth sauces, and generally, is the only blender you’ll need.

You pretty much can't beat the price on this two-speed immersion blender, a kitchen staple, which used to be $59.99.

KitchenAid’s two-speed blender is the basic essential everyone needs in their kitchen. It has an eight inch blending arm with a fixed blade that locks into the motor body. It has a soft-grip handle and comes with a BPA-free blending jar.

We love Cuisinart's handy two-speed immersion blender, especially when it's not 44.83.

This immersion blender has two speeds, and goes right into pots, pitchers, and bowls to extend blending options.

So you slept through Prime Day? You need more coffee. Which is why now is the right time to get this Cuisinart coffee maker. Normally, it's $185.

Cuisinart’s coffee maker is the only thing that makes one Fatherly editor crawl out of bed in the morning. This model allows you to select regular or bold coffee flavor, is fully automatic with 24-hour programmability, and even has a self-clean option. 

Parental Control Devices

Formerly $99, Disney's popular parental control device lets you create daily time limits on apps and sites like Facebook, Instagram, snapchat, and YouTube.

Parents whose kids are online (that’s most of us) need parental control devices. This trusted and reliable Circle by Disney parental controller is pretty much mandatory in any digital household. You can also set individual filters for every family member.

This gorgeous router is down from $369.99, and parents can use it to restrict access by time and time protect every device on your home network against nasty adware.

Parents can limit daily Internet time for websites, and set individual filter levels for family members to match their age and interests.

Strollers, Baby Monitors, Baby Carriers, Thermometers, Bottle Warmers and Parenting Gear

Normally $699, the Joolz stroller is perfect for urban parents because of its compact size and compact folding with carry strap and transport lock.

This incredible travel stroller is self standing when folded, and has six seat positions.

If you're looking for an audio baby monitor, you can't go wrong with this set, down from $49.95.

Audio monitors are a fantastic choice for parents, and this set includes two parent units and one baby unit. There’s no white noise and a five-level sound indicator.

Get this baby monitor now. We mean now. It used to run you a cool $200. And it's especially ideal if you have two or more kids.

This solid baby monitor is totally plug and play. One parent unit monitor can be paired with four child unit cameras, so it’s especially great for parents with multiples. It has two-way talk, temperature monitoring, and night vision. 

Kodak is making inroads into the baby monitor biz with this popular full-service video and audio set. It's down from $179.99.

Kodak’s video and audio baby monitor has a five inch HD screen, a camera with remote tilt, pan, and zoom, two-way audio, night-vision, and an indoor WiFi-powered camera. You get motion, sound, temperature, and humidity notifications instantly delivered via Kodak’s app.

For much less than $36.99, you get a top baby thermometer that measures the temperature of the baby's ear and forehead, and can also detect room and milk temps.

This all-in-one thermometer scans your kid’s temperature within one second and keeps previous temps stored so you can keep track of fevers.

Does your thermometer need an upgrade? Normally this top-rated one is $30.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.

Normally $49.99, this kids' alarm clock and sleep trainer slowly lights up when it's time for kids to wake up.

This sleep clock has a digital thermometer built-in, touch controls, and gradual light changes when it’s time to get out of bed.

This ingenious back-to-school alarm clock works for both kids and adults, and given that it's down from $139.99, it's a perfect time to buy it.

Instead of beeping or blasting music, kids wake up to a simulated sunrise with this popular Philips alarm clock and light. Kids go to sleep with dimming sunset and sounds, and wake up to natural light and a choice of five wake-up sounds. And it looks good enough to be in your living room, as well. 

If you need a baby bathtub, get this one by Summer Infant, which normally sets you back $54.99. There's a removable bolster for a newborn, and the tub has a waterfall feature that circulates water to help clean and warm baby's back.

Best of all, the tub gives your baby lots of room to splash around, and grows with him or her into toddlerhood.

eufy's top-rated baby monitor, hailed for its high-detailed images, is now $30 off, thanks to a coupon.

You can double your view, meaning you see every single inch of your nursery, if you attach the included lens to expand the view to 110 degrees. And this baby monitor even plays lullabies.

A bottle warmer is a life saver and you'll love this one, down from $24.99. You can prefill the water for midnight feeds. And it quickly warms breast milk, formula, and baby food jars.

Bonus: This bottle warmer sanitizes multiple pacifiers at once. And it works with every bottle shape.

It's not often that Skip Hop goes on sale, so when it does, snatch up this diaper bag, which used to set you back $65.

We like the messenger style of this diaper bag, which is quietly stylish. It has zip-top closure that makes sure belongings stay securely in the diaper bag, tote handles for versatility and an easy-access tech pocket. Plus it looks good. 

Here's what we call a deal. This Baby Bjorn bouncer, one of the best you can get, is down from $239.95.

The beloved Baby Bjorn bouncer just got an upgrade. It has four positions suitable for both rest and play and folds completely flat for storage. You don’t need batteries or plugs, because this thing bounces on its own. 

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 normally $130.

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.

Normally you'd pay $135 for this large, insulated diaper bag backpack for dad, which gets glowing reviews from parents.

This is a pretty stunning price for a roomy, waterproof tactical backpack diaper bag. It comes with stroller straps, insulated pockets, and a changing pad. Amazon reviewers love this bag.  Its main compartment is spacious enough to fit extra clothing, toys, and blankets for not only one, but two kids, and it has a padded laptop pocket.

This 3 Sprouts stroller organizer is $19.99. So we're pretty much open-mouthed at its current price.

This 3 Sprouts organizer keeps everything in place when you’re on the go, including diapers, wipes, bottles and other stuff when you’re out and about. It attaches to stroller handlebars and has two insulated drink holders and a pocket for a phone, car keys or umbrella. 

So you need a travel stroller? Get this top-rated one by Chicco, which is normally $149.99.

Other colors are even cheaper (but alas, temporarily out of stock). Weighing only 18 pounds, this is the ultimate full-service travel stroller. It has an easy-to-reach handle that activates a compact fold with one hand and the stroller stands on its own when closed. It fits kids up to 50 pounds.

Yes, we feel your pain about getting your kid to go to sleep. It's a Sisyphean task. This sound-soothing sleep buddy can be a huge help, and it's down from its regular price of $24.99.

This very cute elephant plays five meditative songs and nature sounds, plus it projects a starry sky onto the ceiling. You can choose a rhythmic light show or relaxing individual colors, and it has auto shut-off. 

Now this is a proper deal. This LÍLLÉbaby baby hip carrier is normally $159.

The LILLEbaby SeatMe hip seat carrier has a firm and padded shelf seat for the baby to sit on. The shelf-seat supports baby’s hips and makes it easy to position baby’s hips in the right position. It’s ideal when you want to hold or soothe your baby while still having some freedom of movement.

Normally $69.99, this highly-rated baby monitor is a steal at the moment.

Of course you get 360 degree views and night vision with this baby monitor. You also get real-time alerts when it picks up movements. It also doubles as a security camera when your baby outgrows it.

Toys, Pool Floats, Legos, and Other Kid Gear

Normally $199.99, Nerf's colossal Prometheus MXVIII-20k Rival blaster features an advanced ccceleration system that fires up to eight rounds per second.

Holy Nerf, everyone. This blaster is fully motorized and comes with a rechargeable NiMh battery and a wall charger. It holds up to 200 Nerf Rival rounds.

If you're looking for something slightly less daunting, grab this Nerf Fortnite gun, down from $49.99.

This motorized Fornite Nerf blaster shoots 10 darts and has an acceleration button to power up the motor.

You can build the ultimate Lego Star Wars Y-Wing Starfighter for way less than $199.99.

Part of Lego’s Ultimate Collector Series, this Star Wars set is meant for kids 14 and up and included a Gold Leader Y-wing pilot minifigure and an R2-BHD astromech droid.

Now's the time to score this Marvel Guardians of the Galaxy Starship Lego building set, which is normally $69.99.

Not only do you get the Guardians of the Galaxy Lego Starship, but you also get a Thanos figure with an Infinity Gauntlet, collectable Infinity Stones and a sword. Yeah!

Another killer Lego set, this time from the Harry Potter series and featuring the iconic Whomping Willow, for way less than $69.99.

Kids builds the iconic Whomping Willow with spinning branches, the magical flying Ford Anglia toy car, and the Hogwarts magic castle model. You’ll recognize this magical set from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

We're giddy that this Melissa & Doug push toy, featuring chomping alligators, is no longer $49.99.

This push toy is sturdy. It’s just loud enough to be fun without being grating. And it gets little kids 12 months and older to move around and play. This toddler toy features three chomping alligators, fish on the wheels, and spinning butterfly and ladybug beads for maximum fun.

$5.98 for Hatchimals CollEGGtibles that used to cost $10? Yes, really.

These creatures hatch when kids rub the egg’s purple heart until it turns pink. And there’s a surprise in store. Fun!

Normally $45, you can pick up this functioning metal detector for just a hair over $38 today. Tf your kid is lucky enough to find some buried treasure, it'll be that much easier for it to pay for itself.

This metal detector really works. It will beep and flash a light when there are coins up to six inches deep and larger pieces of metal up to a foot deep. It’s lightweight, at 1.4 pounds, and a kid-friendly length that can be adjusted from 24 to 39 inches. And because it’s Nat Geo, there’s also a full-color learning guide.

Green Toys are beautifully made from recycled plastics, and this fire truck used to cost $27.99.

Green Toys let kids unleash their imaginations and engage in open-ended play, with some of the highest-quality you can buy. Like this fire truck.

Normally this baby toy, which introduces kids to different animals and vehicles, would run you $39.99.

The baby car toy fosters imaginative play with a traffic light, a signal lever that triggers sounds and music; and a gear shifter that pushes and pulls to introduce the concept of opposites.

A Fingerling down from $15? No, this isn't a fever dream.

Fingerlings are robotic pets for your kids’ fingers. If you buy a bunch, they’re not cheap. So get this panda for $5. He will respond to sound, motion and touch with blinking eyes, head turns, and panda noises.

We love the highly-detailed Harry Potter Legos, but aren't crazy about the prices, so we're especially into this set, which was $49.99.

Kids eight and older get a foldable replica of Newt’s Case of Magical Creatures, with a ladder, nest, shelter and Occamy egg, as well as Newt Scamander, Jacob Kowalski, Tina Goldstein and Queenie Goldstein. It’s Fantastic Beasts, come to live. 

Less a pool float than a pool friend, the best thing to do with this sprinkler, as tall as an NBA player and formerly costing $99.99, is to set it up next to your pool, turning it into a full-blown water park.

Four stakes are included to keep this unicorn from flying away, while its heat-resistant PVC construction will keep your kid’s new summertime friend from getting too hot. Just make sure you have a hose handy: half the fun of this rainbow unicorn inflatable is in its ability to spray down the neighborhood kids with its horn.

This sidekick robot used to set you back $179.99. He lifts cubes. He's constantly evolving. Thanks to AI, Cozmo can express hundreds of emotions, recognize you, and remember your name. The more he hangs out with you, the more he evolves.

Best of all, he has a camera that kids can use to spy on their parents.

Kids love kitchens, and the like, but quality kitchens and store cost money. Lost of money. Like this set, which used to be $199.99.

Kids learn to count, to share, to run a business through cooperation, with this high-quality grocery store set. It’s designed to inspire customers three and older to browse the shelves and pay for purchases on one side, while on the other side, the grocer rings up items they’re buying. Meaning, kids work together to achieve a common goal.

Having just spent an entire weekend leaping off this swan pool float, this Fatherly editor can wholeheartedly recommend it. Especially at this price. Normally it's $19.99.

This swan pool float easily fits two kids or one adult and makes for hours of fun.

All the fun, minus the carbs. Get this bagel pool float for way less than $22.99.

This bagel pool float can be connected to other pool floats for the ultimate bageltastic floating experience.

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 telescope with all-glass lenses is an outstanding choice for amateur astronomers thanks to its versatile tripod, high-quality lenses, and interchangeable eyepieces. It's on sale today for just under $67.

The lenses on this starter telescope are all multi-layered glass coated in a green material that provides clear views with 99 percent total light transmission.

Your child will think you're a hero when you bring these LEGO toys home. And if you're an Amazon Prime member, you'll be elevated to super hero for getting the exclusive offer of $45.99, reduced from $69.99.

Now your kids can join Iron Man, Star-Lord, Gamora, and Thanos to recreate a scene from Avengers: Infinity War. The set is compatible with all LEGO Marvel Super Heroes building toys and is suggested for boys and girls 9-14.

This fun, interactive ice cream counter from this beloved brand is normally $49.99.

Bring the ice cream shop home with this delicious 28-piece set. Your kids will enjoy serving up cold treats for family and friends while earning play money. Makes a great gift for ages three and up.

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