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If you’re overwhelmed by the gigantic, slightly unorganized event that is Amazon Prime Day, fear not. To ensure you’re not missing out on any massive savings, we’ve compiled a neat list of the best Prime Day deals across various product categories available to nab right now. Or you can just buy what we’re buying.
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From ceramic dinner plates and cookbooks to vinyl records and running watches, below you’ll find everything InsideHook staffers are picking up this Amazon Prime Day.
Garmin 010-02120-20 Forerunner 245 Music
Seeing as how Marathon season is upon us (see: 70 miles weeks), it feels prudent to finally upgrade my free Nike Run Club membership to a full-blown running GPS watch. The Garmin Forerunner 245 Music has everything I’ll need to knock out the miles: built-in Spotify storage, a dynamic tri-monitor heart-rate sensor and a battery life that’ll last me up to 7 days of solid training. Toss in the fact that it’s currently just a hair over $200 — down 40% — and I’m sold. — Paolo Sandoval, Commerce Editor
LOGENE Women’s Jumpsuit
I love this romper, and it’s become one of my favorite summer purchases. Not only is it fairly light in terms of weight, but the linen is breathable and keeps my skin cool enough even on the hottest days. The elegant lines of the straps and bodice, and the height of this pant leg are also ideal. They’re cool enough for summer heat, and a perfect combination of “dress up” for a nice evening, and “dress down” for a casual day trip. The fact that this romper comes in 12 different colors makes me want to buy one in each hue. — Danica Killelea, Art Director
Leonard Cohen Hallelujah & Songs from His Albums
I have a massive, Leonard Cohen-sized hole in my record collection, so I figured I’d pick up what is essentially a 2LP Greatest Hits collection in the form of a soundtrack to the documentary Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, a Journey, a Song from last year. Plus there’s a never-before-released live version of “Hallelujah” from Glastonbury in 2008. For $21, how could you go wrong? Also worth noting: there are some outstanding deals on bigger box sets that I already own: the Neutral Milk Hotel retrospective marked down from $156 to $104, the 50th Anniversary Harvest box set for $93 (regularly $150) and Dylan’s Bootleg Series Vol. 1-3 for $70, down from $100. — Mike Conklin, Editor in Chief
Amazon eero Pro mesh WiFi router (3 pack)
Having moved within in the past year and being forced to switch internet providers, I was tasked with setting up a new WiFi network in my new apartment. During the process, I discovered the thicker walls in my pre-war building made getting the WiFi signal to arrive in my living room from the router in the bedroom with any strength fairly difficult. Enter the eero and an improved internet signal that made streaming in the previously unreachable room substantially better. Now if I can only figure out what to do about the leaky faucet and lack of cabinet space. — Evan Bleier, Senior Editor
FOREO Bear Face Sculpting Tool
This micro-current device gives you an at-home facelift and takes just 2.5 minutes to complete one treatment. It should be used with oil-free serums only, so Prime Day is a good time to buy Foreo’s serum too. Apart from the micro-current component, the Bear also has T-sonic pulsations for facial massage and small areas around the face. — Sasha Zinevych, Senior Manager of Audience Development
Mastering the Art of French Cooking (2 Volume Set)
I honestly don’t know how this isn’t sold out yet: Julia Child’s two-volume hardcover set of Mastering the Art of French Cooking, with over 700 recipes ranging from boeuf bourguignon to soupe au pistou, and additionals instruction on topics like “How to Bake a Stuffed, Boned Duck in a Pastry Crust.” Child says in the introduction, “If you can read, you can cook” — I have personally proven this to be incorrect, as I can absolutely read, and I can even more absolutely not cook, but I know people who can, and marked down from a list price of $110 to $40, this will make a helluva good-looking present for all of them. Order it today and it’ll get to you just in time to celebrate la Fête Nationale — Bastille Day — with a Mediterranean combination salad (aka salade Niçoise), the unofficial salad of summer vacation. — Diane Vadino, Locals Editor
ARZOPA Portable Monitor
I’ve wanted something close to my home office setup while traveling — primarily when it comes to monitors. As in, I want two of them. There are ways to accomplish this setup with your tablet (via screen mirroring), but for a simpler two-screen experience, I’d rather have a dedicated device. ARZOPA’s ultra-slim 14″ external display seems ideal based on that criteria. It’s only 0.16 inches thick and weighs just 1.1 lbs, but it still offers a full HD, anti-glare display. And it’s easy to set up; for the most part, it’s simply a plug-and-play affair that’ll work with your laptop, PC, Mac, smartphone or gaming console. It even features a scratch-proof cover that doubles as a stand. — Kirk Miller, Sr. Lifestyle Editor
TheraICE Migraine Headache Relief Cap
Every morning after a night of heavy drinking, I must atone for my sins with a piercing headache. I take more than the recommended dose of Advil, slide an ice roller across my puffy face, shut the blinds and try to sleep it off. It never works as quickly or effectively as I’d like, so I’m trying out this TikTok-recommended hangover cure. It’s a wearable compression hat you can throw in the freezer, and it, supposedly, provides 360° cooling and therapeutic relief, while doubling as a light-blocking mask. Will I look like an absolute insane person wearing it? Sure, but no one — except the food delivery guy — sees me in such a harrowing, vulnerable state anyways. — Logan Mahan, Commerce Editor
Ceramic Dinner Plates (Set of 4)
Space is limited in our NYC digs but I can make room for some fun dinner plates with this Prime Day Deal for HENXFEN LEAD Ceramic Dinner Plates. They’re unique, easy to clean, and according to the product description, the blue color ‘imbues your dining table with a sense of tranquility, making every meal a serene and peaceful experience.’ I don’t know about that last part but they’re easy to stack and that brings me some peace of mind! — Emily Ragano, Campaign Manager
These two products are the easiest way to take your skincare routine to the next level (especially if you’re just using a cleanser and moisturizer). Use Acid Potion as an exfoliator a few nights per week and Plump Jelly every time you cleanse before your moisturizer and you will be glowier than ever. — Elisabeth Chambry, Director of Commerce and Partnerships
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