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Amazon Prime Day 2022: best deals and expert advice

Today is day two of the Amazon Prime Day sale, which ends at midnight. We've rounded up our pick of the products that are actually worth your money. Shop the best Amazon Prime deals with Which?

UPDATE 14/07/2022: Amazon Prime Day is now over so the deals in the following story are no longer valid.

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Today is day two of Amazon Prime Day 2022, which means Prime members have until midnight to access reduced prices on a huge number of products. Our product experts will help you shop savvy.

The annual sale gives Amazon Prime members exclusive access to discounts across the retailer's website.

But not every deal is worth jumping on: in previous years, we've seen discounted products that are Which? Don't Buys and not worth your money. By consulting our expert reviews, you can be sure you're buying a high-scoring product on Prime Day – the models below all score well in our independent lab tests.

We'll be regularly updating this page with the best deals throughout Amazon Prime Day, so keep checking back.


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Amazon Prime Day: trending deals 

The above Amazon Prime Day deals are popular, but note that we haven’t tested all of the products.

Amazon Prime Day: Ring doorbell deals

Ring Video Doorbell Wired – was £49.99, now £35.99 (28% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? No (was £34 November 2021)

Ring Video Doorbell Wired

We liked: Good daytime picture quality, reliable notifications, easy to use

We didn't like: Requires a wired installation, video storage locked behind subscription

This is currently the most affordable Ring model available on Amazon during the Prime Day sale. It needs to be hardwired to the power to run 24 hours a day.

The Ring Video Doorbell Wired works hand-in-hand with the Ring app on Android and iOS. From your smartphone, you can check to see who’s at the door and, if you’ve signed up for a Ring subscription, look back at old footage. On the free Ring plan, you’ll only be able to view live video.

Read our Ring Video Doorbell Wired review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Ring Video Doorbell 4 – was £179.99, now £129.99 (28% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? No (was £124 December 2021)

Ring Video Doorbell 4

We liked: Simple to use, good video quality, removable battery

We didn't like: Video storage requires a subscription

Although this isn’t the lowest-ever price we’ve seen on Amazon for the Ring Video Doorbell 4, it’s awfully close and therefore worth a closer look if you’re shopping for a smart doorbell.

The Ring Video Doorbell 4 is equipped with a Full HD camera that has night vision, so you’ll still be able to see what’s going on if the camera detects motion in the evening. Plus, two-walk talk means you can chat through the Ring’s built-in microphone – handy if you’re out of the house when a delivery worker stops by.

Read our Ring Video Doorbell 4 review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Ring Stick Up Cam Battery – was £89.99, now £59.99 (33% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? No (was £59 November 2021)

Ring Stick Up Cam Battery

We liked: Excellent notifications, simple to set up, feature-packed

We didn't like: Video in direct sunlight isn’t the best we’ve seen

This wireless security camera can help you keep an eye on your home while you’re out and about. It has a 1,080p resolution camera with night vision and motion detection that pings your phone if the camera spots something.

The Ring Stuck Up Cam Battery comes bundled with a rechargeable battery pack, so you don’t need to worry about using mains power. For the Prime Day sale, the price has dropped to around the same price it was towards the end of last year.

Read our Ring Stick Up Cam Battery review, or buy it now on Amazon.


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Amazon Prime Day: headphones deals

Sennheiser CX True Wireless – was £119.99, now £59.99 (50% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? No (£59 June 2021)

Sennheiser CX True Wireless

We liked: Good speech quality, touch controls, splash resistant

We didn’t like: Varied levels of comfort

An affordable pair of truly wireless headphones with passive noise cancelling, which means the earbuds are built to fit your ear in a way that blocks out noise. They’re IPX4-rated (meaning they’ll survive a splash of water) and connect via Bluetooth to iOS and Android smartphones and tablets.

The Sennheiser CX True Wireless feature touch-sensitive controls on each earpiece, meaning you can interact with your music without having to dig into your pocket for your mobile.

Read our Sennheiser CX True Wireless review, or buy them now on Amazon.

JBL Tune 130NC TWS – was £79.99, now £44.99 (44% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

JBL Tune 130NC TWS

We liked: Strong battery life, good build quality, feature-packed app

We didn’t like: Other in-ear headphones are comfier

These in-ear headphones from JBL have been included in the Prime Day celebration, meaning they’re up for grabs at less than £45 for a limited time. They feature active noise-cancelling technology and touch-sensitive controls for playing, pausing or skipping music.

As these headphones are IPX4-rated, they’re splash resistant so should survive if you get caught in the rain without an umbrella.

Read our JBL Tune 130NC TWS review, or buy them now on Amazon.

Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones – were £349.95, now £175 (50% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? No (£160 December 2021)

Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones

We liked: Decent sound quality, effective noise cancelling technology

We didn’t like: Edges of the headband are sharp to the touch

Over-ear, noise cancelling headphones that support voice commands for hands-free control. Using either Siri on Apple devices or Google Assistant on Android, you can answer incoming calls, pause your music or crank the volume up.

As these headphones arrive with noise cancelling technology, they block out distracting sounds around you so you can focus on your music. You can adjust how drastic the effect is, just in case you want to make out certain ambient sounds – an announcement on a train platform, for example.

Read our Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones review, or buy them now on Amazon.


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Amazon Prime Day: Echo deals

Amazon Echo Dot (4th gen) – was £49.99, now £19.99 (60% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Amazon Echo Dot (4th Gen)

We liked: Responsive Alexa voice control, good sound quality, affordable

We didn’t like: Bass can lack oomph, maximum volume won’t fill large rooms

This is the fourth-generation version of Amazon's smart speaker. It has a light ring at the base that illuminates when you're talking to the Alexa voice assistant. Using voice commands, you can play music (Apple Music and Spotify are both supported), set alarms and control other Zigbee-enabled products such as smart light bulbs.

On the top of this Echo, you'll spot physical buttons for changing the volume or putting the microphone on mute. The accompanying Alexa app will let you link multiple Echos if you're aiming for full stereo sound. 

Read our Amazon Echo Dot (4th gen) review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Amazon Echo Show 10 (3rd gen) – was £239.99, now £189.99 (21% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Amazon Echo Show 10 (3rd gen)

We liked: Packed with features, sharp screen, buttons to disable camera and microphone

We didn’t like: Screen picks up fingerprints, needs plenty of space, heavy

This large smart display has a 10.1-inch screen. It’s completely mobile and able to swivel in almost a full circle around its speaker-base – that means you can keep yourself in the centre of the shot if you’re using it for video calls.

The Amazon Echo Show 10 is essentially an Alexa voice-controlled smart speaker. In a couple of taps, you can use the device to stream video or control other smart products around the house. The price has dropped to a historic low for Prime Day, saving you around £50 off the original price. 

Read our Amazon Echo Show 10 (3rd gen) review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Amazon Echo Show 5 (2nd gen) – was £74.99, now £34.99 (53% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Amazon Echo Show 5 (2nd gen)

We liked: Responsive touchscreen, display is sharp, voice control works well

We didn’t like: Small screen can be fiddly to use at times

If you’re shopping for a mini smart display, take a closer look at the discounted Echo Show 5. The Alexa-enabled gadget has a 5.5-inch touchscreen that lets you stream video or check the weather for the afternoon ahead. A front-facing camera (with privacy shutter) allows you to make video calls.

Music fans can have the Echo Show 5 function as a wireless speaker simply by connecting to audio streaming services including Spotify and Audible. Our pricing research shows that the Echo Show 5 has never been cheaper directly through Amazon.

Take a closer look at our Amazon Echo Show 5 (2nd gen) review, or buy it now on Amazon.


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Amazon Prime Day: Fire TV deals

Amazon Fire TV Cube – was £109.99, now £54.99 (50% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Amazon Fire TV Cube

We liked: Great picture and sound, Alexa voice control, easy to use

We didn't like: Phrasing is important if you want the Cube to react to your voice

Once you connect this 4K streamer to your TV, you'll be able to access popular streaming apps including Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, BBC iPlayer, YouTube and more.

The Amazon Fire TV Cube, which is at a record-low price for Prime Day, can also control your other internet-enabled gadgets. Using voice commands, you can dim the living room lights on movie night, for example, or tweak the thermostat. You can also play your favourite music or just run a simple web search.

Read our Amazon Fire TV Cube review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K with Alexa remote – was £49.99, now £22.99 (54% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

We liked: Supports lots of streaming apps, voice control is useful, simple to set up

We didn’t like: Voice control doesn’t work on all apps

A 4K streamer from Amazon that plugs into your TV’s HDMI port to give you instant access to various streaming and catch-up apps. The first-time setup will take you through the key features quickly and concisely, leaving you more time to binge your favourite shows.

Assuming your favourite streaming apps aren’t pre-installed (Netflix and Amazon Video are included), you can download additional apps and pin them to your home screen.

Read our Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K with Alexa remote review, or buy it now on Amazon.


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Amazon Prime Day: Blink deals

Blink Mini – was £29.99, now £19.99 (33% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? No (was £18.99 December 2021)

Blink Mini

We liked: Good notification detection, two-factor authentication offers extra layer of security

We didn't like: Average daytime picture, no free storage option

This affordable indoor security camera can be positioned on a shelf or a table and monitors an area of your home while you're away. The Blink Mini has HD Video, night vision and a built-in speaker so you can talk through it.

Through the accompanying Blink Home Monitor smartphone app, you can configure the camera to notify you if there's movement in a detection zone. You can also adjust the sensitivity of this feature.

Read our Blink Mini review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Amazon Prime Day: wi-fi router and extender deals

Amazon Eero 6 router – was £109, now £64.99 (40% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Amazon Eero 6 router

We liked: Excellent speeds at short range, simple to set up, copes well with multiple devices

We didn't like: Some handy security features require a subscription

This wi-fi 6 router acts as a hub for a mesh system, which is where you position nodes around the house to help you get internet signal in the far reaches of your home. You can get wi-fi on both 2.4 and 5GHz bands.

The Eero 6 router has dropped to £64.99 as part of the Prime Day sale – this is the cheapest-ever price for this product on Amazon.

Read our Amazon Eero 6 router review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Amazon Prime Day: Kindle deals

Amazon Kindle 2019 (10th gen) – was £69.99, now £34.99 (50% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Amazon Kindle 2019 (10th gen)

We liked: Easy to use, screen light, ability to play audiobooks

We didn’t like: No waterproofing, no USB power plug, no local library lending

This is Amazon’s cheapest ebook reader for Prime Day. It has a six-inch e-ink display, LED front-lighting for easy reading at night and the ability to play audiobooks from Audible via a Bluetooth connection to wireless headphones or speakers.

Even if you aren’t familiar with Kindle, this ebook reader’s simplicity means you will be up and running in no time. If you buy Kindle directly online with Amazon, it will even arrive logged into your account.

Read our Amazon Kindle 2019 (10th-gen) review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Amazon Kindle Oasis – was £229.99, now £159.99 (30% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Amazon Kindle Oasis

We liked: Lovely screen, comfortable to hold, waterproof

We didn’t like: Not the most durable ebook reader around, no local library lending

The Amazon Kindle Oasis has a 7-inch e-ink display with an LED front-light for easy reading at night. The frontlight is comprised of 25 separate LEDs, making for a smooth and consistent brightness all the way around the screen.

This Kindle model is able to adjust the warmth of the screen to match the room you’re in, helping the Oasis avoid the harsh, blue look of some other ebook readers we’ve tested. You get 8GB of storage out of the box.

Read our Amazon Kindle Oasis review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Amazon Prime Day: tablet deals

Amazon Fire 7 – was £59.99, now £24.99 (58% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Amazon Fire 7 Tablet

We liked: Easy to use, light and compact, Alexa enabled

We didn’t like: Not the fastest, slightly weak speakers

We haven't tested the 32GB Fire 7 Tablet, but we have been hands-on with the 16GB alternative which also runs Amazon’s Fire OS. This tablet arrives with a selection of pre-installed streaming apps including BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub and Netflix.

If you’re looking for a tablet that handles the basics, the discounted Fire 7 could be a tempting pick for Prime Day.

Read our Amazon Fire 7 review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Amazon Fire HD 10 – was £149.99, now £79.99 (47% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet

We liked: Easy to operate, quick to use, great battery life

We didn’t like: Reflective screen, speakers lack bass, not the best camera

We tested last year’s version of Amazon’s 10-inch tablet, the Fire HD 10. It has a full HD display and is powered by an Octa-core processor, which should help it multitask without slowing down.

If you’re looking for a low-cost tablet, a Prime Day discount ensures this model will catch your attention Our expert testing found it to be quick and simple to use.

Read our Amazon Fire HD 10 review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Amazon Fire HD 8 – was £89.99, now £34.99 (61% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Amazon Fire HD 8 tablet

We liked: Excellent battery life, handles the basics well, easy to use

We didn’t like: Screen and speakers not the best

The Fire HD 8 is an 8-inch tablet running on Amazon’s own version of Android, called Fire OS. It weighs 347g and comes with a quad-core processor. 

The front and rear cameras on this tablet can take photos and videos, making the Fire HD 8 an adequate alternative to your mobile.

Read our Amazon Fire HD 8 review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 2021 – was £259, now £192 (26% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? No (£187 June 2022)

Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 2021

We liked: Runs quickly, decent screen for watching videos

We didn’t like: We weren’t blown away by the cameras

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 is one of the brand’s cheapest big-screen tablets, and a Prime Day discount takes it down to less than £200. This Android-powered tablet from Samsung has a 10.5-inch display running at a resolution of 1,200 x 1,920 pixels.

This model has 32GB of internal storage that you can expand upon by buying a micro-SD card.

Read our Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 2021 review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Lenovo Tab M10 Plus 2nd Gen – was £199.99, now £164.99 (18% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? No (£129.99 September 2020)

Lenovo Tab M10 Plus 2nd Gen

We liked: Large screen, good performance, easy to use

We didn’t like: Unimpressive sound through the built-in speakers

A large-screen tablet with a 10.3-inch display. This specific configuration discounted for Prime Day offers 4GB of Ram and 64GB of internal storage. It’s available in a sleek Iron Grey finish.

This is a fairly lightweight tablet, weighing in at around 437g - that’s good news if you plan on carrying it away with you on the commute to work. The front camera offers 5Mp and the rear camera, 8Mp.

Read our Lenovo Tab M10 Plus 2nd Gen review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite – was £369, now £319 (14% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? No (£299 March 2022)

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite

We liked: Speedy, impressive battery life, comes with a stylus

We didn’t like: The display isn’t the best we’ve seen

This is a 10.4-inch tablet that might be worth a closer look if you want a device for surfing the web while you’re on the sofa. You get 64GB of internal storage out of the box, expandable via a micro-SD card.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite comes with 4G connectivity, but you’ll need a Sim card and a subscription. You also get the Samsung S-Pen stylus in the box, so you can take notes and sketch on the tablet.

Read our Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Amazon Prime Day: laptop deals

Acer Aspire 5 A515-56G – was £699.99, now £499.99 (29% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Acer Aspire 5 A515-56G

We liked: Quick, large screen

We didn’t like: Sound quality isn’t fantastic

A large-screen 15.5-inch laptop powered by an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of Ram and offering a whopping 1TB of internal storage. There are four USB ports in total, two of which offer faster USB 3.0 transfer speed and one of which uses a USB C connection.

This Acer Aspire laptop measures in at 18mm thick and weighs 1.69kg, making it slimmer and lighter than other 15.5-inch models we’ve been hands-on with.

Read our Acer Aspire 5 A515-56G review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Huawei Matebook D 15 2021 – was £749.99, now £399.99 (47% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Huawei Matebook D 15 2021

We liked: Fast performance, sleek design

We didn’t like: Reasonably short battery life

A Windows laptop with a 15.5-inch screen, an Intel Core i5 processor and 8GB Ram. It has 512GB of storage and a fingerprint reader lets you log into your PC with biometric data instead of a password.

Read our Huawei Matebook D 15 2021 review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Acer Swift 3 SF314-511 – was £799.99, now £599.99 (25% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? No (£569 May 2022)

Acer Swift 3 SF314-511

We liked: Performed well in our speed tests, good battery life

We didn’t like: Disappointing webcam

The Acer Swift 3 is a Windows laptop and this discounted model has a four-core Intel Core i5-1135G7 processor, 16GB of Ram and a 512GB of storage space. With a 14-inch screen, it’s an ideal size for using either at home or away.

Acer’s list of handy extras includes a built-in fingerprint reader and support for Wi-Fi 6, a type of wireless connection that’s beginning to be more widely adopted. 

Read our Acer Swift 3 SF314-511 review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Amazon Prime Day: mobile phone deals

OnePlus Nord 2 5G – was £469, now £349.99 (25% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Estimated security support expiry date: July 2024

OnePlus Nord 2 5G

We liked: Quick to charge, long battery life, clear display

We didn’t like: Wireless charging not available

This OnePlus Nord 2 5G configuration offers a whopping 12GB of Ram, which should be more than enough if you want to run multiple apps at once. It also comes with 256GB of internal storage for apps, pictures and videos.

The OnePlus Nord 2 5G has a palm-stretching 6.4-inch OLED display. On the back, you’ll find a trio of cameras – a 50Mp wide lens, 8Mp ultrawide lens and 2Mp depth lens.

Read our OnePlus Nord 2 5G review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Samsung M52 5G – was £339, now £249 (27% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Estimated security support expiry date: October 2025

Samsung M52 5G

We liked: Responsive screen, easy to use, durable

We didn’t like: Videos on the front camera aren’t the best we’ve seen

You can save just short of £100 on this Samsung smartphone on Amazon Prime Day. It has 6GB of Ram and 128GB of internal storage, although if you have a micro-SD card you can add even more space at a later date.

The Samsung M52 5G has wide, ultrawide and macro cameras on its back, and on the front you get a wide-angle selfie camera for group pictures. You can unlock this mobile using the built-in fingerprint sensor or facial recognition.

Read our Samsung M52 5G review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Xiaomi Mi 11T Pro 5G – was £649, now £375 (42% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Estimated security support expiry date: October 2025

Xiaomi Mi 11T Pro 5G

We liked: Great speakers, quick to charge

We didn’t like: Wireless charging not available

This discounted Xiaomi mobile is powered by 8GB of Ram and has 256GB of expandable internal storage. It has a large, 6.7-inch OLED display and a triple-lens setup on its back. There’s also a fingerprint scanner and facial recognition technology.

At 9.2mm, the Mi 11T Pro 5G is reasonably slim, and at 206g it feels fairly light, too.

Read our Xiaomi Mi 11T Pro 5G review, or buy it now on Amazon.


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Amazon Prime Day: vacuum cleaner deals

Shark Cordless Handheld Vacuum Cleaner (WV200UK) – was £129.99, now £79.99 (38% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? No (£72.53 July 2021)

Shark Cordless Handheld Vacuum Cleaner (WV200UK)

We liked: Cleans well on hard floors, brilliant on upholstery

We didn’t like: Short battery life, limited dust capacity

A slim, cordless handheld vacuum cleaner from Shark. It’s a simple but sleek product intended for small jobs such as vacuuming up crumbs in the kitchen or cleaning upholstery. 

This Shark model comes with an upholstery brush, a furniture and crevice combi tool, plus a charging station that can be used to both charge the vacuum and store the accessories it comes with.

Read our Shark Cordless Handheld Vacuum Cleaner (WV200UK) review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Vax Blade 3 Pet Cordless Vacuum Cleaner – was £219.99, now £127.99 (42% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Vax Blade 3 Pet Cordless Vacuum Cleaner

We liked: Great battery life, no suction loss, easy to use

We didn’t like: Other models we’ve tested are better at cleaning hard floors

The Blade 3 Pet is a variation of the Vax Blade 3, which comes with an extra mini turbo tool for pet hair and a treated turbo brush bar that's designed to reduce the build-up of bacteria and fungi in its bristles.

Weighing 3.3kg, it’s not the lightest cordless vacuum around but the floorhead has LED headlights on it for illuminating dark corners or under furniture, which is handy.

Read our Vax Blade 3 Pet review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Miele Complete C3 Pure Red PowerLine – was £299, now £180.99 (39% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Miele Complete C3 Pure Red PowerLine

We liked: Brilliant on hard floors and carpets, cleans pet hair quickly

We didn’t like: Slightly struggles with large debris

This cylinder vacuum cleaner from Miele uses disposable dust bags but with its large 3.5-litre capacity, you won't need to change them too often. It also boasts a super-long 12 metre cable, so you'll have plenty of reach.

You'll find plenty of accessories in the box, including a natural-bristle dusting brush, upholstery head and crevice tool.

Read our Miele Complete C3 Pure Red PowerLine review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Miele Complete C3 Silence EcoLine – was £270, now £214.99 (20% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? No (£129.99 December 2019)

Miele Complete C3 Silence EcoLine

We liked: Gets carpets very clean, removes pet hair, quiet

We don’t like: A little slow at vacuuming larger bits of debris

This bagged cylinder vacuum cleaner from Miele has a white plastic casing and weighs 7.3kg. It comes with large-capacity dust bags that hold 3.3 litres.

You can reach almost 12 metres from the power socket, which is further than most, and makes this vac a good option for anyone with a large house or a shortage of free sockets. This model comes with a three-piece accessory set that includes an upholstery nozzle, a crevice tool and a dusting brush with natural bristles.

Read our Miele Complete C3 Silence EcoLine review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Amazon Prime Day: Oral B electric toothbrush deals

Oral B Smart 5 5000 – was £169.99, now £77.10 (55% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? No (£49.99 December 2019)

Oral B Smart 5 5000

We liked: Easy to change the brush heads, smartphone compatible

We didn’t like: Not the fastest to recharge

This electric toothbrush is smarter than most and connects with the Oral-B mobile app. From the app, you can see the average amount of time you spend brushing, and create a custom dental care routine.

The Oral B Smart 5 5000 is bundled with three oscillating-rotating brush heads: CrossAction, 3D White and Sensitive. To help you brush evenly, it will alert you after 30 seconds so you can move to a new section of your mouth.

Read our Oral B Smart 5 5000 review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Oral B Genius 8000 – was £279.99, now £79.99 (71% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? No (£65 August 2020)

Oral B Genius 8000

We liked: Offers a varied range of cleaning modes

We didn’t like: Your smartphone must support Bluetooth 4.0 or higher, or Bluetooth Smart, to pair with this toothbrush

The Oral B Genius 8000 connects with the brand’s smartphone app, which tracks your average brushing time and lets you set a custom dental care routine. At the top of the brush is the SmartRing - this will flash when you're brushing too hard.

Read our Oral B Genius 8000 review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Amazon Prime Day: kitchen deals

Instant Pot Vortex 4-in-1 – was £99.99, now £59.99 (40% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price? Yes

Instant Pot Vortex 4-in-1

We liked: Lots of cooking modes, easy to use

We didn’t like: Bulky

The Vortex is primarily an air fryer, but it also offers roast, bake and reheat settings to give you some versatility. It has a 5.7-litre capacity and should fit neatly on your kitchen countertop without taking up too much space.

This handy kitchen gadget is operated via a touchscreen display with illuminated buttons. The cooking tray is dishwasher safe, although you’ll need to clean the drawer manually.

Read our Instant Pot Vortex 4-in-1 review, or buy it now on Amazon.

George Foreman Medium Grill with Removable Plates 24330 – was £59.99, now £33.49 (44% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price? No (£29.99 June 2022)

George Foreman Medium Grill with Removable Plates 24330

We liked: Good build quality, easy to clean

We didn’t like: Slow to heat up

This George Foreman grill aims to cook your favourite foods quicker than ever. It weighs in at around 1.3kg and has a clip-on drip tray to collect excess fat while you’re preparing a meal. A built-in cable tidy system makes it easy to store away when not in use.

This grill is one of the simpler ones we’ve tested – it has a single heat setting and two lights on top to signal when it's heating up and when it's ready to cook.

Read our guide to the best electric grills, or buy it now on Amazon.

Sage The Bambino – was £329.95, now £199 (40% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Sage The Bambino

We liked: Quick, easy to use, can make two cups of espresso at the same time

We didn’t like: Temperature of frothed milk could be higher

A ground coffee machine from Sage that’s suitable if you’re trying to save on space – this model measures 20cm x 31cm x 32cm. It has simple controls that allow you to make a single or double espresso at the touch of a button.

This coffee machine has steam and hot water functions, plus a steam wand to help you produce smooth micro-foam milk. There’s a 1.4-litre water tank with four different filter baskets included.

Read our Sage The Bambino review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Coffee Gator Cafetiere Coffee Maker – was £41.99, now £27.99 (33% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Coffee Gator Cafetiere Coffee Maker

We liked: Stainless steel body more durable than glass or plastic

We didn’t like: Cheaper options available (but it’s better value in the Amazon Prime Day sale)

This coffee maker is ‘double-filtered to extract a fuller flavour.’ It’s made from stainless steel and has a safe-grip handle to keep it cool when it’s brewing. It has a maximum fill line on the inside, and an arrow on the lid to help ensure you have it facing the right way when it's time to pour.

Read our guide to the best Cafetiere and French Presses, or buy this model on Amazon.

Kenwood Multipro FDM302SS Compact Food Processor – was £109.99, now £89.99 (18% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? No (£66 March 2018)

Kenwood Multipro FDM302SS Compact Food Processor

We liked: Lightweight

We didn’t like: Not the best at whipping

This is a space-saving processor and blender with a 2.1-litre bowl (ideal for processing smaller quantities) and a 1.2-litre glass blender jug. It has two speed settings, along with a pulse function.

The Kenwood Multipro is capable of whisking, chopping, grating, puréeing and blending your ingredients. It also comes bundled with a multi-mill attachment for grinding nuts, spices and herbs.

Read our Kenwood Multipro FDM302SS Compact Food Processor review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Kenwood FDM312SS food processor – was £159.99, now £91.99 (43% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Kenwood FDM312SS food processor

We liked: Kneads well, plenty of attachments, integrated weighing scales

We didn’t like: Noisier than other food processors

You can get 40% off this food processor during the Amazon Prime Day sale. This Kenwood model comes with an integrated weighing scale, so you can add ingredients straight to the bowl without having to use a separate set of scales.

A selection of accessories are bundled in, including a jug blender, a small glass milling pot for grinding coffee beans, and a pair of 400ml smoothie cups with sip-and-go lids.

Read our Kenwood FDM312SS review, or buy it now on Amazon.


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Amazon Prime Day: blender deals

Braun MultiQuick 1 MQ100 Hand Blender – was £79.99, now £49.99 (38% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? No (£34.99 December 2018)

Braun MultiQuick 1 MQ100 Hand Blender

We liked: Makes soup and hummus

We didn’t like: Casing can get slightly warm after continuous use

This MultiQuick bundle from Braun comes with a metal blending shaft, chopper, and metal whisk. A time-sensitive sale on Amazon Prime Day means it’s up for grabs at around £50. 

The Braun MultiQuick has 21 speed settings in total and can be used to blend smoothies, dips and sauces. It’s powered by a 750W motor that Braun promises is ‘silent’.

Read our guide to the best hand blenders, or buy this hand blender on Amazon.

Tefal BL420840 Blendforce II Blender – was £49.99, now £25.99 (48% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? No (£20 January 2020)

Tefal BL420840

We liked: Very easy to use and clean, great at making a range of recipes

We didn’t like: Noisy

A basic and inexpensive plastic jug blender from Tefal. It has a maximum capacity of 1.25 litres, two speed settings and a pulse function.

Tefal states that the Blendforce has an air-cooling system, so the 600W motor is ventilated which means you can run it for up to three minutes at a time without a risk of the motor burning out.

Click here to read our Tefal BL420840 review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Philips 5000 Series Blender (HR3573/91) – was £99.99, now £74.10 (26% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Philips HR3573/91

We liked: Simple design, quiet, good for soup

We didn’t like: Poor instructions

The Philips Blender Core is a 1.5-litre jug blender with a powerful 1,000W motor and a speed dial with a range of settings, as well as a pulse function.

Its detachable parts are dishwasher-safe and it comes with an additional 600ml mini jug with a flip-top lid. This blender is relatively small, so it’s easy to store and won’t take up too much space on your kitchen counter.

Click here to read our Philips 5000 Series Blender (HR3573/91) review, or buy it now on Amazon

Amazon Prime Day: fitness tracker deals

Huawei Band 6 – was £59.99, now £30 (52% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Huawei Band 6

We liked: Accurate heart rate monitor

We didn’t like: The app isn’t the best we’ve seen

This Huawei fitness tracker is now up for grabs at around £30. It has a rectangular 37mm (diagonal) touchscreen and is able to track a range of workouts, including running. The wearable will automatically detect when you start an activity, so you needn’t worry about manually turning tracking on.

The Huawei Band 6 is waterproof, so you can use it to track lengths at the swimming pool. It also offers heart-rate monitoring and blood oxygen tracking.

Read our Huawei Band 6 review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Amazon Prime Day: smartwatch deals

Garmin Venu Sq – was £179.99, now £104.99 (42% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Garmin Venu Sq

We liked: Reliable step tracking, easy to use, GPS-based distance tracking

We didn’t like: Variable SpO2 readings

Amazon has chopped around £75 off the original price of this Garmin wearable. It’s a versatile smartwatch that features GPS tracking and a heart-rate monitor. The Venu Sq is waterproof up to a depth of 50 metres, so it’ll survive a dip in the pool.

There are a whole host of tracking modes, with supported sports including running, cycling and swimming, plus some slower activities including yoga and golf.

Read our Garmin Venu Sq review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Huawei Watch GT 3 – was £229.99, now £139 (35% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Huawei Watch GT 3

We liked: Good battery life, comfortable, impressive GPS tracker

We didn’t like: Slightly on the chunky side, multiple apps needed for best experience

The Huawei Watch GT 3 connects to your smartphone so you can answer or reject calls right from your wrist. This model tracks all of the key fitness metrics including heart rate, plus there are over 100 sports modes.

If you’re into high-altitude sports like snowboarding, you’ll be able to put the 24/7 pulse oximetry function to good use – it uses light sensors to monitor the amount of oxygen in your blood. Other features include built-in GPS and the ability to set reminders to drink water throughout the day.

Read our Huawei Watch GT 3 review, or buy it now on Amazon.


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Amazon Prime Day: steam iron deals

Philips Perfect Care Elite GC9630/20 – was £350.00, now £179.99 (49% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? No (£157.50 July 2021)

Philips Perfect Care Elite GC9630/20

We liked: No adjusting thermostat for different materials, auto shut off, easy to handle

We didn’t like: Rigid steam cord

This steam generator iron with 'Optimal Temp' technology is a one-size-fits-all setting that Philips claims is the perfect combination of temperature and steam level for any fabric.

The GC9630/20 PerfectCare Elite has all the features you'd expect from a high-end steam generator iron. It's designed to be easy to clean and there's a light that indicates when you need to do so. Other features include an anti-shine function, cord lodgings for easier storage, a carrying handle and removable steam tank.

Read our Philips Perfect Care Elite Steam Generator (GC9630/20) review or buy it now on Amazon.

Tefal Express Compact SV7111 – was £199.99, now £61.99 (69% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Tefal Express Compact SV7111

We liked: Effortless ironing, doesn’t lose steaminess, heats up quickly

We didn’t like: Quite bulky to store, soleplate scratches easily

This Tefal SV7111 steam generator has a 1.7-litre water tank so you can iron for two hours without needing to top it up. It also comes with an extra-powerful steam boost which should make light work of even the most stubborn creases.

An anti-calc function prevents limescale from building up and blocking the steam holes, so it should maintain its high levels of steaminess no matter how often you use it. The auto shut-off feature is handy, too – especially if you have young children.

Read our Tefal Express Compact SV7111 review or buy it now on Amazon.

Morphy Richards Turbosteam Pro with IntelliTemp 303210 – was £69.99, now £43.99 (37% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price on Amazon? Yes

Morphy Richards Turbosteam Pro with IntelliTemp 303210

We liked: Effortless ironing, simple to operate, comfortable to use

We didn’t like: Could be easier to clean

This Morphy Richards iron has a fairly generous 378ml water tank. Intellitemp is the default setting, which can be used on all fabrics and will adjust the temperature automatically. On its highest setting, this iron produces a respectable 43g of steam per minute.

It comes with a four-year manufacturer’s guarantee, which is very generous for a steam iron.

Read our Tefal Express Compact SV7111 review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Amazon Prime Day: pushchair deals

Baby Jogger City Elite 2 – was £579.00, now £350.99 (39% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price? No (£293.37 June 2021)

Baby Jogger City Elite 2

We liked: One handed fold, multiple seat positions

We didn’t like: Bulky when folded

The Baby Jogger City Elite 2 is a three-wheel model pushchair with chassis and integral seat unit. It weighs 12.1kg and includes a hood and a shopping basket underneath.

The nearly-flat seat recline means it’s classed as suitable from birth up to a maximum weight of 22kg, which is around four to five years. Parents have the option to add a carrycot or car seat on top of the seat unit, using adaptors to turn it into a travel system.

Read our Baby Jogger City Elite 2 review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Cosatto Supa 3 – was £224.95, now £161.96 (28% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price? No (£135.59 November 2021)

Cosatto Supa 3

We liked: Compact when folded, lots of extras included

We didn’t like: No handle height adjustment, difficult to clean

The Supa 3 is a forward-facing pushchair that’s suitable from six months until your child weighs 25kg, which is around four or five years old.

It’s available in a range of colourful designs and a fully reclinable seat, a 2kg-capacity storage basket and a foot muff, bumper bar, rain cover and cup holder are all included.

Read our Cosatto Supa 3 review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Graco Transform – was £220.00, now £169.99 (23% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price? No (was £127.95 November 2020)

Graco Transform

We liked: Integral carrycot, car seat compatible, simple seat recline

We didn’t like: Quite bulky, heavy to unfold and lift

Graco describes this as a 2-in-1 pramette, which means you can use it from birth as the seat unit converts into a parent-facing lie-flat carrycot with soft liner, before reverting back to a world-facing pushchair seat suitable for up to 22kg, which is about four or five years.

At 12.3kg, it’s quite heavy, but as a one-stop buy you gain a car seat-compatible pushchair and carrycot in one box. The Transform is only available in black, but the chassis, seat unit, carrycot liner, hood and rain cover are all included.

Read our Graco Transform review, or buy it now on Amazon.


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Amazon Prime Day: mattress deals

Simba Hybrid Pro mattress, UK double – was £1,359, now £824.45 (39% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price? No (was £557.55 during Black Friday 2021)

Simba Hybrid Pro mattress

We liked: Available on a 200-night trial

We didn’t like: Cover isn’t removable or washable

This hybrid mattress from Simba consists of several layers. It has a 15.5cm core of foam and is topped off with a soft, breathable cover.

The Simba Hybrid Pro is a bed-in-a-box mattress which arrives boxed up, making it easier to move to the room of your choice. You don’t need to turn this mattress over - it’s designed to be used with the white side facing upwards.

This is a decent deal on a Simba mattress, although we saw this model was even cheaper during Black Friday last year.

Read our Simba Hybrid Pro mattress review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Simba Hybrid mattress, UK double – was £999, now £549.45 (45% off according to the retailer)

Lowest ever price? No (was £395.55 during Black Friday 2021)

Simba Hybrid mattress

We liked: Comes with a 10-year guarantee

We didn’t like: Cover isn’t removable or washable

This mattress consists of a 15.7cm core of foam on which sits another 3cm foam layer, a 2.5cm layer of pocket springs and a 2cm layer of foam, all topped off with a soft breathable cover.

Like the Simba Hybrid Pro, this is a bed-in-a-box mattress that arrives boxed up. Once opened, it can take three to six hours before it’s ready to be slept on.

Our experts think this is a good deal for the Simba Hybrid mattress – this is £50 cheaper than the most recent deal direct from Simba, although we have seen this price before back in May 2022.

Read our Simba Hybrid mattress review, or buy it now on Amazon.

Emma Original, UK double – now £348.50

Lowest ever price? No, we've seen it cheaper plenty before

Emma Original

We liked: Available on a 200-night trial

We didn’t like: A few more hand grips would make it easier to move

The Emma Original is a bed-in-a-box mattress made up of a 18.5cm foam core, with an additional 3cm layer of memory foam and 2cm layer of ordinary foam. Unlike many other bed-in-a-box mattresses, this Emma model can be used with an electric blanket.

Our mattress experts feel that this is a good price for a double, but we've seen it cheap plenty of times before – it was £349.50 in March and £379.50 via Emma direct.

Read our Emma Original mattress review, or buy it now on Amazon.


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When is Amazon Prime Day?

This year, the exclusive Prime Day discounts begin on Tuesday 12 July and continue until midnight on Wednesday 13 July.

The deals featured on Amazon cover both the retailer's own products and items from other sellers.

So far this year we've seen plenty of price drops on Amazon's own tech products – that includes Fire Sticks, Fire Tablets, Echo smart speakers, Echo smart displays, Kindles and Ring Video Doorbells.

If you're looking for deals from retailers other than Amazon, check our popular sales pages which feature deals hand-picked by our product experts.


Avoid delivery scams and dangerous products with these 9 things you need to know before Amazon Prime Day.


How much does Amazon Prime cost?

Amazon app on tablet

To gain full access to the deals running on Prime Day, you can sign up for a 30-day free Amazon Prime trial. This means you'll see the same offers members do (look out for the 'Prime Exclusive Deal' label), but you can also cancel your trial membership if nothing catches your eye.

To cancel your membership before the trial expires, you'll need to visit the Amazon Prime membership page, choose Manage membership and select End membership.

If you want to continue your Amazon Prime membership beyond the trial period, you will pay £7.99 a month, or £79 a year.

How to shop on Prime Day 2022: five top tips

1. Use the Amazon mobile app

Amazon's mobile app is free and worth a look if you want to sift through Prime Day deals while you're on the move. Updating your notification settings means you'll receive alerts as soon as certain deals go live. To set it up on your phone or tablet, just follow these steps:

  1. Open the Amazon app
  2. Tap the Settings icon (three horizontal lines) in the bottom-right corner
  3. Select Your Account
  4. Scroll down to Message centre and select Deal alerts.

You'll now be looking at your deals dashboard. From here, you can subscribe to suggested deal alerts and manage your existing alerts.

To create a new custom alert, search for an item using the search bar at the top of the screen – 'Fire Tablet', for example. Once you've submitted that search, head back to your deals dashboard and, under the Subscribe tab, you'll see 'Fire Tablet' next to the Create alert button.

Amazon package

2. Bookmark this page

As Amazon continues to launch new deals during its 48-hour event, our experts will be sifting through thousands of offers to highlight the very best.

Remember that, even if you spot a particularly big price drop, that product might not be at its lowest-ever price. For the deals we spotlight this year, we'll note whether or not Amazon's price is at an all-time low.

Bookmark this page on your computer, phone or tablet and keep checking back as we update it.

3. Download the Which? Reviews app

Which? members have full access to the Which? Reviews app, which puts all our expert product reviews in the palm of your hand. If you spot a tempting Prime Day deal, you can open up the Which? Reviews app to find out how the product fared in our test lab.

From the Which? Reviews app, you can also create a shortlist of products that you'll be keeping an eye on for Amazon Prime Day. Our handy 'Compare' tool will let you see test results side by side.

4. Check if you're buying directly from the manufacturer

Once you've spotted a Prime Day deal, check whether you're buying the product directly from Amazon or through a third-party seller – this will potentially affect your rights if there's a problem.

In the example below, we're looking at the Amazon product page for a OnePlus smartphone. Although the phone is made by OnePlus, this specific item is sold and dispatched by a third-party seller (circled in red).

Amazon third-party seller

When researching one of Amazon's third-party sellers, click the brand name to see an overview of customer ratings over the past 12 months.

5. Be wary of fake reviews

Tread carefully if you're reading Amazon user reviews when deciding whether or not to make a purchase – our research has found that online customer reviews can't always be trusted.

Many dishonest reviewers (often working in partnership with the third-party seller) will use five-star reviews to boost the overall score of the product. Try checking four-star reviews and below for a more honest assessment of the product.

Keep an eye out for five-star reviews that contain lots of images. Our research has found fake review groups that encourage members to post pictures or videos alongside a positive review to get a refund for their purchase.

How to return Amazon items

If you buy a product on Amazon Prime Day and it arrives on your doorstep damaged, the retailer is fully responsible.

Under the Consumer Rights Acts, your purchase needs to be of satisfactory quality (not faulty or damaged), fit for purpose and as described. If your Prime Day product doesn't meet one of these requirements, the retailer (not the manufacturer) is in breach of the Consumer Rights Act.

Amazon will refund the cost of sending an item back if it was sold or dispatched by Amazon. If the item you purchased is not eligible for a free return, and you’re using a pre-paid return label, Amazon will deduct the cost of the return from your refund.


For expert advice on returning goods you've bought online, see our in-depth guide to returns and refunds.


How to recycle your old tech

Recycling an old smartphone

If you're looking to replace some ageing technology by shopping the Prime Day sales, make sure you dispose of your old items in the correct way.

You have a couple of options if you want to offload your unwanted electronics. Kerbside collection is suitable for small electrical items – in many cases, your local council will collect smaller items such as toasters and kettles. Alternatively, you can drop items at a local recycling centre.


For more details on how to get rid of your unused gadgets, check our advice on how to recycle electrical items.