We’ve all been there, agitatedly twiddling your thumbs for that one time of the year when the appliance our spouse has told us to buy for the nth time or the cool new gadget Chad won’t stop bragging to you about finally goes on sale—Presidents’ Day, Memorial Day, Black Friday, etc. But if your bookmarked goods are on Amazon, they’ll likely be discounted during Prime Day, the massive online savings event we can look forward to during the dog days of summer—and we should, because Amazon has confirmed that Prime Day 2022 will arrive in July.
But wait: why wait? The deal on your high gear—likely as good as the actual Prime Day sale—is probably already live at Amazon now. Really, take a look below—speakers by Sonos, headphones by Sony, coffeemaker by Breville, 4K TV by LG, smart home devices by Amazon, and everything by Apple. So if you’re in the mood to push the digital cart with nothing but your hard-earned cash, fully-charged laptop, and our 20 best picks of early Prime Day 2022 tech deals to guide you, now is the high time to do it before they run out. (And read on for details about Amazon Prime Day 2022—you’ll thank us.)
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Barista Pro Espresso Machine
We start you off with a seemingly-pipe-dream deal: legitimately $100 off Breville espresso machine’s actual retail price. And since the Barista Pro is pretty much the Rolls Royce of coffee makers, get it before this timely deal is gone.
Apple Watch Series 7 (GPS, 41mm)
Not much to say about this one, because it is the best smartwatch in the world right now. Facts only. No agree-to-disagree. Argue with the wall.
iRobot Roomba i3+ Self-Emptying Robot Vacuum
It’s 2022: Let a robot do the dirty work for you. And this one is smart too—it knows where the kitchen is and when it needs to be cleaned. Here’s to hoping it won’t go all I, Robot against you.
AirPods (3rd Generation)
Apple’s latest and greatest—with better shape and audio than the last gen—already on sale. Who would’ve thought?
Then again, having active noise cancellation is a big bonus. Apple’s AirPods Pro offers that in custom-fit ear tips and adaptive EQ tech.
OLED C1 Series 55” 4K Smart TV
No need to blow your entire tax refund on a new 4K TV. This one by LG comes at just a right price, which is now much, much less.
WH-1000XM4 Noise Canceling Overhead Headphones
Sublime sound, sublime ANC, sublime fit—and now a sublime deal at that—WH-1000XM4 is a solid contender to the “best noise-canceling headphones” throne.
Roku’s Streambar Pro amplifies spatial audio layers throughout the room as you make your way through binge-watching (Star Wars? Stranger Things? Yellowstone?) while turning the video quality into sharp 4K resolution.
Sonos Roam Portable Speaker
By the time Prime Day arrives in July, you’ll still have more than a month to curate and blast out summer playlists. But buying one now—one that adapts sound to content and environment, Wi-Fi connected, weather resistant, portable, comes with smart assistants, and on sale—will get you readier than most.
Video-calling your long-distance loved-ones cannot come soon—and clear—enough. And that’s only one of Echo Show’s many offerings.
2021 Apple iPad Mini (64GB)
Maybe, just maybe, and a bold maybe, you’ll be more productive working on a smaller-but-still-smart screen than on an in-your-face-big screen.
For the bearded readers only. And it is a winner of the 2021 Esquire Gadgets Awards. What did we see in it? A nigh-zero-gap electric shave that won’t nick your skin, to start.
Foodi 10-in-1 XL Pro Air Fry Countertop Toaster Oven
If you’re not ready to become an exclusively air fryer guy—too radical, I guess?—how about becoming a “countertop toaster oven that also air fries” kind of guy who’s both classic and modern?
Echo Dot Smart Speaker (4th Gen)
Tired: Playing League of Legends with headphones.
Wired: Playing League of Legends with a Razer headset that has a retractable noise-isolating mic plus custom-tuned 50mm drivers.
Shiatsu Foot Massager Machine with Heat
Self-pampering starts from foot, and this massager deep-kneads much better than your house cat. Also, just a suggestion: Why not snag this right now so you can actually sit back and enjoy flipping through pages of Prime Day deals with this on your feet?
Duo Plus 9-in-1 Electric Cooker
Oh, to slow-cook, pressure-cook, steam, sauté, sous-vide, or even make yogurt in just one gizmo.
It’ll take place in July, as announced in Amazon’s first quarterly earnings report released earlier this year. Okay but on what date? We don’t know, dude! Ask Jeff Bezos. He’ll surely be delighted to answer. But if you don’t have the gut or the connection, the best you can do now is to sit tight and wait until Amazon drops a hint or just flat-out states it. Sorry, them, since Prime Day has traditionally been a two-day savings fête. And another silver living is that pre- and post-Prime Day sales are also part of the annual celebration, albeit unofficially, as seen in Today’s Deal on Amazon, which already is jammed with sales on cool gadgets and essential appliances rivaling Prime Day discounts.
Hold your horses if you think anyone can just go on Amazon and get a hot gear on hot discount. Prime Day, sadly, is only accessible to Amazon Prime members who pay a monthly fee of $14.99, and we doubt this year will be any different—no way they’re that generous. You can, however, enjoy a 3o-day free trial as a first-time Amazon Prime member, so time yourself wisely to save that first monthly payment. And when you do become a Prime member, you’ll see something like “Save (an additional) 30% with Prime” on the stuff you want during Prime Day. Kind of makes you proud, doesn’t it?
Because out of the two million Prime Day deals—at least in last year—discounts on tech ranging from appliances to personal gadgets will take up a huge chunk. And they can go as steep as over 60 percent, or even discount on top of existing discount through your Prime membership, as seen in last year’s madness. So while you can score tech deals on Amazon 24/7, on Prime Day, things will get more heated. As for what tech deals you can look forward to, just imagine anything by Apple, smart home devices by Amazon, smart TVs by LG and Samsung, robot vacuums by iRobot, speakers by Bose and Sonos—feeling the heat yet?
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