Amazon’s 2020 prime day is near. On October 13th and 14th, customers will find a wide variety of deals covering an array of products. Whatever one needs a discount on, they’ll probably find it on Amazon. Here at Grit Daily, we’ll be sharing product recommendations, including the latest and coolest gadgets on sale. On the following products, consumers may save up to 40%. Below, check out our recommendations for Prime Day 2020.
Bose Sports Earbuds Maintain Quality – $179
The Bose earbuds perfect for workouts. Most wireless headphones sacrifice quality, and the sound leaves a lot to be desired. For music fans and gym rats, Bose Sports Earbuds keeps the sound quality high while breaking a sweat, capturing the bass just right as you finish up your last mile. “Bose Sport Earbuds are designed to energize your exercise with acclaimed lifelike sound and a comfortably secure fit. Get ready to beat your personal best, again and again,” the product description readers. “Bose patented acoustic port design and premium, high-efficiency drivers combine to deliver big sound from a small acoustic package. Bose signature Volume-Optimized Active EQ automatically adjusts the bass, midrange, and treble based on how loud or soft you play your music. And Bose new StayHear Max tips create an airtight seal with your ear canal — critical for hearing the deep low notes that add impact and emotion to your music and for blocking the ambient noise around you so you can focus on your music and your workout.”
Project Your Own Movies – $799
During the lockdown, more movie fans than usual were flocking to secure their very own home projectors. They’re fun for movie fans and families, especially when projected outdoors. To get the picture just right, though, on one’s own screen or wall, cheap projectors usually don’t do the trick. ViewSonic 1080p Projector with 3500 Lumens, however, has top-notch picture quality for films, games, and streaming options. The projector, according to ViewSonic, is perfect for sports fans as well. “An ultra-low input latency provides faster frame-by-frame action, while a Sports Mode feature delivers stunning detail so you can enjoy fast-action sports on the big screen. Full HD 3D compatibility lets you enjoy 3D movies and games,” according to the description.
Apple Watch to Keep Active – $169
Apple recently unveiled its new Apple Watch series, including the 6. Different versions of the new watch cost between $380 to $500. The Apple Watch 3, however, is currently on sale on Amazon and $30 off. The Apple Watch 3 covers the basic essentials of the Apple watch, including GPS, storing audiobooks and music, optical heart sensors, and other health-focused additions. For only $169, the Apple Watch 3 is worth it. The watch allows users to connect to Apple Music, too, providing them access to over 70 million songs. Plus, there are exact workout metrics for health fiends and Apple pay to send or receive money with only a few clicks of a button.
Never Lose Your Keys With Tile – $69.99
Tile is a must have product for the easily forgetful. The little tiles are a quick and convenient way to retrieve phones, keys, wallets, purses, or whatever else a consumer wants to keep tracked. This year, Tile released their Tile Essentials, which includes a four pack of trackers. If you lose your keys, you can find it with your phone’s tile app. If you lose your phone, you can find it with your keys’ tile. It’s such a savior of time and headaches. Tile is the world’s largest lost and found community, and for good reason. These Tiles work great.
Finally Learn the Guitar – $179
During the pandemic, learning a new language or an instrument have been fine coping mechanisms. Lots of people are finally picking up the instrutrements they’ve always dreamed of playing during this time. It’s a good time to go through the marathon of learning the electric guitar. The difficulty of learning the instrument can suck up all of one’s time and focus. It’s a perfect hobby and distraction.
Never Worry About Printing Again – $74.99
Too many homes are without printers. We’ve all needed to print a ticket or some piece of information, and then we remember, we have no printer. Let’s skip those future trips to Fedex together and get an affordable printer, just in case for those rare days we need a physical copy of information.
Take Fuji Shots – $54.95
Fujifilm cameras don’t have to be just for hipsters. Use them with the family. Instead of always going digital, it’s good to have a camera with tangible and instant results. The Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 instant camera is currently on sale for a steal of price. The camera has a shutter speed of 1 per 60 seconds, the flash is always on, and the camera has automatic exposure measurement. The camera is a great gift for kids, too, for them to test their interest in photography.
Fire TV Stick – $49.99
Without a Roku TV, a Fire TV stick is a must to connect different streaming platforms and gain access to apps. With a Fire TV Stick, it gives the perfect excuse to cancel cable, buy a few channels and subscriptions, and maybe save some money in the long run. This Fire TV Stick is 4K-friendly, providing perfect images of any game or movie. It also has more memory than the average TV Stick devices.
Go Big With 4K – $209.99
Amazon has a fantastic deal right now on a 43-inch 4K TV. Right now, consumers can save over $120 on a big-screen 4K TV.” Experience breathtaking 4K Ultra HD picture quality with over 8 million pixels for stunning clarity, deep contrast and vivid colors,” the description reads. 4K is the best, brightest, and cleanest picture there is for at-home entertainment right now.
Go Virtual – $299
Virtual reality keeps getting better and better. The quality of the Oculus Quest 2, which has 64 GB of memory, is stunning. It’s a great way to check out of reality for a bit and jump into a virtual world. The Oculus Quest 2 has new and old games to play. Embrace the future and go virtual.
We hope you enjoy these products! But keep in mind, Grit Daily might take a small cut of the profit on the items recommended here—but that doesn’t mean we don’t believe in them. We only recommend products that we would buy or use ourselves, so don’t be wary of our suggestions.