Note: Amazon Prime Day is over. Our Post-Prime Day deals guide and Deals from Amazon Rivals will live on until July 18-20. As always, we hope we helped you sift through the sales madness and find great products. Check the WIRED Gear section for the latest news and reviews.

As befits a website known as "the everything store," Amazon's Prime Day offerings really run the gamut. You may already have a few big-ticket electronics items in mind, but don't sleep on any kitchen gadgets, high-tech toys, or even pet cameras that you may have been eying. Amazon will release new deals throughout the entire 48 hours of Prime Day (yes, it's two days long), and we will update this article throughout the sale, so if you don't see something you like now, be sure to check back later.

If an item has sold out or is no longer at its deal price, we cross it out. Deal prices sometimes return and items come back in stock faster than we can update, so it never hurts to check for yourself.

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WIRED's Prime Day Coverage

Home Deals

iRobot Roomba 690

iRobot

Kitchen Deals

ChefSteps Joule Sous Vide

Joule

Outdoors Deals

Garmin Forerunner 235

Garmin

LifeStyle Deals

23andMe DNA Kit

23ANDMe
  • AncestryDNA Genetic Ethnicity Test for $49 ($50 off): We're skeptical about consumer genetics companies, but they can be quite enlightening, and this is a pretty great deal. Ancestry is our favorite DNA kit for finding relatives and exploring the history of your genes. The downside is that the company will try to upsell you on many extra services it offers. Just say no to most (or all) of them.

  • 23andMe Health & Ancestry Kit for $100 ($100 off): There are always privacy concerns when you send DNA in for testing. Still, 23andMe is the best test we've tried for getting health information and fun traits and other info. It can tell you if you're possibly genetically prone to fun things like hating cilantro and a few serious conditions—though the test isn't thorough, so you're not in the clear if you pass (or doomed if you fail). The best part about 23andMe is that it doesn't upsell you. It makes its money by asking you if you'll consent to answer questions or have your DNA used in medical studies. You can say no.

Toy Deals

Osmo Genius Kit for iPad

Osmo

Check our Amazon Prime Day Page for more coverage and deals.


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