Amazon Prime Day 2019 is here! You'll find a crazy amount of deals offered over the next couple of days, including ones that bring several devices down to under $25. Rather than making you sift through every single discount, we've rounded up our favorite deals in one convenient place.
- 4K streaming: Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K
- Jack in, POWER UP!: AUKEY USB C Charger with 18W Power Delivery 3.0
- Break a sweat: Mpow Flame Bluetooth Headphones
- Smart lights: Peteme Smart LED Light Bulb (2 Pack)
- Handy dandy flash drive: PNY Turbo 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive
- Alexa: Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen)
- More storage: Samsung EVO Select 128GB microSD Card
- Safe on the road: Mpow Car Phone Mount
- Never lose your keys: Tile Pro
- Improve your coverage: TP-Link N300 Wi-Fi Range Extender
- All the ports: RAVPower USB Wall Charger
- Jam out: Picun P26 Bluetooth Headphones
This is, hands down, one of the best Prime Day deals you'll find. The Fire TV Stick 4K streams content in 4K HDR, supports Dolby Vision, and has access to every major streaming app on the market. The remote also has a button for Alexa voice commands.
18W chargers don't get much smaller than this. I carry it around every day because it's perfect for topping off my phones, power banks, or headphones in a hurry. For this price, there's no reason not to get it!
Everyone needs a good pair of workout headphones, and for Prime Day, one of the best deals is the Mpow Flame. These budget buds have a great black/red color combo, solid sound quality, 7-9 hours of battery life, and an IPX7 rating for water resistance.
Smart bulbs are a necessity for any smart home, and if you want some on a budget, Peteme has you covered. You get two smart bulbs that can show multiple colors, don't require a hub to be used, and work with both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.
Despite living in a cloud-focused world, sometimes you need a flash drive. This one from PNY offers 64GB of storage with fast transfer speeds, allowing you to store a lot of files and have them transfer to and from your computer in no time at all.
Whether or not you already have Alexa speakers in your home, the Echo Dot is an excellent purchase during Prime Day. It has a compact design, surprisingly good speakers, and can do everything from streaming music to controlling smart home devices.
Samsung's high-performance EVO Select is the perfect blend of fast read and write speeds (100MB/s and 90MB/s, respectively) and affordability. This card is 4K-capable and ready for your phone, tablet, laptop, camera, or whatever else needs some extra storage.
Following turn-by-turn navigation while driving is ten times easier when your phone is in a car mount. This affordable one attaches to your dashboard and can be customized and positioned in a variety of ways. Even better, it comes in three colors!
If you regularly lose your keys, the Tile Pro is a must-have. It attaches easily to any key ring, and of you happen to misplace it, you can hop on the Tile app and find exactly where it's at. Tile Pro also works with Alexa and Google Assistant and comes with a replaceable battery.
If wired charging is more your jam, you'd probably be more interested in this RAVPower wall charger. It has four USB-A ports so you can charge multiple devices at once with total power output of 40W.
Over-the-ear headphones usually can't be bought for this price, but that's not the case during Prime Day. The P26 from Picun comes with 40mm drivers, Bluetooth 5.0, and easy playback controls on the earcup. Not only that, but you get 40 hours of battery on one charge.
Plenty to choose from
Amazon Prime Day is an excellent opportunity to buy big gadgets that are usually too expensive to purchase during the rest of the year, but along with that, it's also an excellent way to save money on more affordable items. If you're hunting for things that cost $25 or less, your best pick is the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K.
For almost exactly $25, the Fire TV Stick 4K offers 4K HDR streaming, access to tons of streaming apps, and has an Alexa button built into the remote. It's already a pretty good buy at its MSRP of $50, but at $25, you'd be silly not to get one.
Something else worth picking up is the Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen). It's not the best-sounding smart speaker in the world, but it's compact, sounds reasonable enough, and does all of the same Alexa things as its more expensive counterparts.
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