Prime Day 2022 may be over, and you may be kicking yourself for sleeping on all the amazing deals. It doesn’t have to be all sour grapes. We believe in second chances, and so does Amazon it seems, considering tons of great stuff, from exercise equipment to espresso machines are still on sale for unbeatable prices. It’s like Prime Day never ended! Here’s a selection of the best post-Prime Day deals.
Best Telescope Deals
Gysker Telescope, $99.79 (Was $129.99)
If you’re interested in astronomy but don’t want to fork out hundreds on your first telescope, the Gysker Telescope has your name on it. For less than a hundred bucks, you’ll not only get a high-quality telescope, you’ll also receive a tripod, two eyepieces, a phone attachment, Bluetooth remote, accessory tray, and a carrying bag, making this one of the most cost-effective deals in stargazing instruments. The Gskyer delivers impressive views with fully-coated optic glass lenses, a 3x Barlow lens, and cross-hair lines to ease the location of objects. With the smartphone adapter and wireless remote, navigating and photographing your sights will be a breeze, and will make for the perfect Instagram posts.
Celestron Travel Scope, $89.05 (Was $119.95)
Celestron PowerSeeker 80EQ, $175.99 (Was $199.95)
HEXEUM Telescope, $109.99 (Was $199.99)
Best Binocular Deals
Celestron SkyMaster Binoculars, $84.89 (Was $119.95)
For you stargazers out there, believe it or not, you don’t need a telescope to get the best views of the stars. Celestron’s SkyMaster 15x70 Binoculars are built to gather light in dark settings with multi-coated optics for the most impressive observations. These multipurposable binoculars have a magnification of 15x and feature tripod compatibility, making them a worthy competitor for large telescopes, as they only weigh in at over three pounds. The rubber eyecups make for comfortable viewing, and can be folded down easily for those who wear glasses. Whether you’re looking for a late-night moongaze or an evening birdwatching sesh, you’ll get the most out of Celestron SkyMasters for a fraction of the cost.
Adasion High-Definition Binoculars, $68.88 (Was $149)
Hontry Binoculars, $29.75 (Was $36.99)
occer Compact Binoculars, $35.99 (Was $45.89)
Best Computer and Tablet Deals
Samsung Galaxy Book Go, $310 (Was $379)
Not everyone needs a device that can run “Crysis 3” on max settings. For those looking for a device strictly for documents, emails, and light surfing, the Samsung Galaxy Book Go is a small, but surprisingly speedy Chromebook. It runs up to 18 hours on a full charge and is even shockproof in case you take a spill. If you’re already a dedicated Galaxy fan, rest assured that this device will sync up to your other Samsung devices with ease.
SAMSUNG Galaxy Tab A7 Lite 8.7-inch 32GB Android Tablet, $129.99 (Was $159)
SAMSUNG Galaxy Tab A8 10.5-inch 64GB Android Tablet $229.99 (Was $279)
Best Generator Deals
EF ECOFLOW River, $299 (Was $349)
If you’re new to the world of electric generators, EF Ecoflow’s River is the ideal one to take with you on camping trips or to tailgates. The generator is equipped with three USB-A ports, one USB-C port, a DC output, and three AC outputs. It’s capable of powering any device that draws up to 1200W, which covers everything from smartphones and tablets to small appliances. You can easily get through an entire day of charging multiple devices without depleting the generator’s battery.When the River runs out of juice, it can be recharged up to 80 percent in about an hour, or fully topped up in around an hour and a half.
You also have the option to connect this generator to Ecoflow’s 160-Watt Portable Solar Panel, which is also on sale right now thanks to Prime Week. The solar panel will take around twice as long to refill the River’s battery, but allows you to use it entirely off the grid.We’ve tested some of Ecoflow’s gear for ourselves, and found its generators and solar panels to be very well designed. They continue to function perfectly even after repeated use. You’ll need to rely on your electric generator and solar panel during more extreme conditions, which is why we recommend Ecoflow’s River so highly.
EF ECOFLOW Portable Power Station River Mini, $299 (Was $379)
EF ECOFLOW Delta Max, $1,598 (Was $1799)
EF ECOFLOW 160-Watt Portable Solar Panel, $279 (Was $449)
Best Fitness Deals
CLMBR, $1,419.99 (Was $2,799)
There’s an infinite number of ways to work out, but for a high-intensity, full-body exercise, look no further than CLMBR. This ergonomic vertical climbing machine is the ideal purchase for those looking to increase their cardio and endurance training, while ensuring zero impact on your joints. Its tall, slim, and sturdy design will fit in most indoor spaces, so you work on your fitness without having to leave the comfort of your home.
CLMBR is also the first vertical climber to feature a large touch display, and offers instructor-led classes that you can follow along to, on demand. The ability to customize your workouts with a variety of classes and settings can bring a whole new experience to your regime. This piece of equipment is also compatible with your other devices via Bluetooth, so you can connect your headphones, phone, or fitness tracker. The CLMBR’s makers say it can engage over 86 percent of your body’s muscles. And when you’re finished for the day, slide that bad boy out of the way with its included caster wheels.
Sportsroyals Power Tower Dip Station, $209.99 (Was $299.99)
Push-ups, pull-ups, and dips galore, the Sportsroyals Power Tower Dip Station is the ultimate fitness equipment for your upper body workout. Sportsroyals has updated their latest model to extend the base and enforce the arm pieces to be more sturdy, allowing users to exercise without wobbling or tipping. This adjustable piece of equipment is perfect for most heights, with the pull-up bar’s height abilities ranging from 5.3 feet to 7.3 feet.
The Power Tower’s ergonomic design also features elbow pads and a slight incline to avoid slipping, so you can tone your arms, shoulders, chest, back, and core safely and comfortably. Whether you exercise in the den, garage, or backyard, the Power Tower Dip Station is a universal piece of fitness equipment that the whole family can use, so be sure to get it while it’s still a bargain.
Best 3D Printer Deals
Anycubic Mega-S, $229.99 (Was $259.99)
Make space for this all-in-one beauty of a machine. The Anycubic Mega-S is a 3D printer for experts and beginners alike, needing only three steps to assemble and start printing. This model is sturdy and efficient, thanks to a metal structure that minimizes shaking or wobbling. The Mega-S features a patented microporous coated heat bed that provides a strong adhesion to your creations while they print, and a quick, smooth removal once they've cooled.
There's few 3D printers out there that are this easy to use, with its simple and responsive touch screen, and the double-rod motor makes for a more efficient print than other clutch motors. The Mega-S also features a filament sensor, which notifies you if your printer is running low, pauses the print and allows you to refill to avoid wasted time and materials. This 3D printer is compatible with most filaments, making it even more universal. If you can't possibly wait to start printing your pieces, be sure to nab this printer while it's still on sale.
Creality Ender 3, $399 (Was $429)
When it comes to 3D printing, the possibilities are endless; but without a decent printer, your creativity can be severely limited. With the Creality Ender 3, you can be sure that every piece you make will be better than the last, and at this sale price, there's no better time than now to get this cool piece of tech. This printer comes partially assembled, making the most boring part (putting it together) relatively quick and easy. For its smaller size, this machine truly packs a punch and leaves enough space on your desk to display all of your creations.
Sometimes the unexpected can happen, which is why the Ender 3 has a resume printing function, allowing you to finish the job despite a power outage or other unforeseen halts. The Creality Ender 3 printer is also incredibly user-friendly and offers after-purchase, lifetime technical support, making it the ideal choice for beginners, kids (with adult supervision, as the hot bed may pose a hazard) and well-versed users alike. Its intuitive V-shaped design prevents clogs, bad extrusion, and allows for quietened usage. Its impressive functionality and high print quality will have you wondering how you didn’t pay more.
WEEDO Mini 3D Printer for Kids and Beginners, $149 (Was $199)
You might have some pretty great ideas to try out and can’t wait to get your hands on a 3D printer, but if you have little ones who want to take a crack at it — or just aren’t ready to invest in a bigger, more expensive piece until you understand the basics — the WEEDO Mini 3D Printer may be your best choice (and at a discount, too). The printer’s compact design (under 11 inches tall) makes it an easily portable tool that’s ready right out of the box; just plug it in and print.
The Mini printer’s proximity sensor allows for auto bed aligning, which is a win for those who are new to 3D printing as you won’t have to adjust the printing bed, and can simply sit back while the printer does its magic. This is another intuitive printer that incorporates a resume printing function, so if there are any disruptions, you can pick up right where you left off. Finally, the low voltage, unheated print bed makes this a safer, preferred choice for kids (or clumsy adults).
Anycubic Photon Mono X 6K Resin 3D Printer, $659.99 (Was $799.99)
If you’re considering digging a little deeper into your pockets, the Anycubic Photon Mono X 6K has to be your top choice for a 3D printer. Though more expensive than previous mentions, this piece of technology is on sale for a limited time only, and is built to last, so you won’t be making this a regular purchase. As a larger investment piece, this printer may be a better option for those with some printing experience, but the ease of use doesn’t completely exclude budding 3D printers either.
For the tech wizards who have a pretty good grasp of the ins and outs of 3D printing, you’ll be utterly impressed with the 6K resolution, ability to print at a larger volume, and the incredibly reduced print time: one layer per second at top speed. The difference in the quality of prints is mountains beyond what a $200 printer can do, allowing for awe-inspiring detail. The Anycubic printer also boasts of its wide compatibility with most resins, so you can branch out in your choice of materials. Whatever you’re printing, this 3D printer is by far one of the best on sale this Prime Day.
Voxelab Aquila 3D Printer, $159.99 (Was $219)
Don’t let the irritating whir from a 3D printer stop you from creating your masterpiece. Voxelab’s Aquila 3D Printer prides itself on its quiet printing capabilities, maxing out at 50 decibels (which is quieter than your average electric toothbrush). This printer is slightly more upscale than some of the others offered on Prime Day, and lucky for you, it's still on sale. Weighing in at just under 22 pounds, the extra weight is put to good use with an all-metal body, V-profile, and a user-friendly colored screen with a rotary knob, its sleekness will make you feel like a seasoned printer.
This is a great option for those who have had some practice and are a little more confident in their 3D printing abilities; the Aquila 3D features an open design, allowing you to modify and upgrade your equipment for a more personalized experience. It also features resume printing functions, fast heating, and its carbon-crystal silicon glass platform prevents your prints from warping. It’s a top-of-the-line model, so the discounted price is quite a pleasant surprise.
Other 3D Printers
Monoprice Voxel 3D Printer, $329.46 (Was $389.99)
Monoprice Mini Delta v2 3D Printer, $152.99 (Was $179.99)
ELEGOO Resin Saturn S 3D Printer, $549.99 (Was $599.99)
Best DNA Kit Deal
Wisdom Panel Premium Dog DNA Test Kit, $119 (Was $127)
Learning more about your canine companion has never been easier — and cheaper. With Wisdom’s Panel Premium Dog DNA Test Kit, you’ll be able to easily find out more about your dog’s ancestry, traits, and health so you can tailor your care for them. After 20 years of research on more than two million dogs by top geneticists and veterinarians, Wisdom Panel can uncover your furry friend’s genetic code, making it easy to access and understand.
Wisdom Panel screens for over 200 genetic conditions, 350 breeds (reports down to 1 percent), 35 genetic traits, and runs 210 health tests to ensure you have all of the information you could need, without the need to run invasive tests. If there is anything in the test that concerns you, or you’d just like to discuss the results, Wisdom Panel will provide you with a free 15-minute call with one of their licensed veterinarians. Also included in this deal is access to your pet’s multi-generational family tree, so you can trace their roots back even further.
Best Espresso Machine Deals
Breville BES870BSXL the Barista Express, $649 (Was $749)
There are few that have truly cracked the code on homemade espresso quite like Breville, and its Barista Express is one of its more flashy machines. Forget investing in a separate burr grinder, Barista Express has one built-in. You can even control the grind size depending on your espresso tastes and preferences. There's even a milk frother to steam milk to perfection. If you're looking to polish your espresso brewing skills, this Breville device makes you a better barista with every pull.
Instant Pot Dual Pod Plus 3-in-1, $199 (Was $229)
Best Air Purifier Deals
Coway Airmega 250S Smart Air Purifier, $307 (Was $384)
Coway Airmega 250S Smart Air Purifier combines retro flair with space age smart tech. It syncs up to an app on your phone to continuously monitor your home's air quality. If you don't want to look at your phone to get insights, no worries. A big and bright LED light flashes four different colors which lets you know how good or how bad the air in your home is. Not only does this device filter out allergens and pathogens, but nasty smells and cooking smoke.
LEVOIT Air Purifiers for Home Large Room, $101 (Was $119)
Medify MA-25 Air Purifier with H13 True HEPA Filter, $206 (Was $398)
Best Robot Vacuum Deals
No matter how great a robot vacuum may be, you will still have to empty it continually. That is, unless you opt for a model that not only empties but cleans itself. iRobot Roomba is a name nearly synonymous with robot vacuums and the i7+ is one of the best devices in its class. With power suction and great navigation, manually sweeping up dust and messes will be nothing but a distant memory. This device comes with an attractive disposal system, so you won't even have to think about dusting for up to 60 days. Best of all, this premium offering is available for $200 off.
eufy by Anker, BoostIQ RoboVac 11S MAX, $159 (Was $249)
eufy by Anker, BoostIQ RoboVac 11S MAX, White, $159 (Was $249)
Shark AV2501S AI Robot Vacuum with HEPA Self-Empty Base, $398 (Was $549)
Best Speaker Deals
Philips S3505, $39.99 (Was $59.99)
Philips S7505, $99.99 (Was $149.99)
Sony SRS-XB43, $178 (Was $279.99)
JBL Flip 5, $99.95 (Originally $129.95)
TREBLAB HD77, $89.97 (Was $119.97)
JBL Xtreme 3, $299.95 (Was $379.95)
JBL Clip 4, $49.95 (Was $79.95)
BolaButty Outdoor Waterproof Speakers, $179.99 (Was $199.99)
Tribit XSound Go Speaker, $30.33 (Was $45.99)
Sony SRS-XB23, $88 (Was $109)
Echo Show 5, $39.99 (Was $84.99)
Echo Show 8, $64.99 (Originally $109.99)
Marshall Uxbridge, $199.99 (Was $219.99)
Philips W6205, $112.83 (Was $199.99)
Best Headphone Deals
JBL Tune 710BT, $64.99 (Was $79.95)
Sennheiser RS 195, $375 (Was $499.95)
Sennheiser HD 660 S, $376.35 (Was $499.95)
Sennheiser HD 206, $25.99 (Was $39.95)
Beats Solo3, $114.95 (Was $199.95)
AirPods Pro, $169.99 (Was $249)
Sony LinkBuds, $148 (Was $179.99)
Skullcandy Dime, $19.99 (Was $26.99)
Belkin SoundForm Move Plus, $44.99 (Was $69.99)
Belkin SoundForm Rise, $49.99 (Was $79.99)
Belkin SoundForm Play, $35.42 (Was $59.99)
Belkin SoundForm Freedom, $69.95 (Was $119.99)
Beats Fit Pro, $159.95 (Was $199.95)
Sennheiser IE 80S BT, $149.99 (Was $499.95)
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