10 borderline weird products that are on sale for Prime Day 2019
- On Prime Day, we've been scouring Amazon for the best deals, period. These include the weird, interesting, and unexpected products that can go unnoticed in the shuffle.
- They're not just cheap gimmicks. They're actually useful, and since they're on sale this Prime Day, the barriers of entry to try them are even lower.
- Shop the best Prime Day 2019 deals across tech, home, kitchen, and more. The Insider Picks team will be updating this list frequently.
During Prime Day, which ends tonight at 11:59 p.m. PT, you can expect us to find you the best deals on the usual: tech, Amazon devices, home and kitchen essentials like vacuums and cooking appliances, and the like.Inevitably, however, during this 48-hour marathon event, we fall into a rabbit hole of weird and unexpected deals that never make it to the front page of the main Prime Day site, but would be a shame to go unnoticed. Advertisement
As strange and interesting as these products are, we wouldn't dismiss them too quickly as being weird for weird's sake. Upon closer inspection, they're useful, too.
In previous years, the fun, quirky, and useful deals that captivated us included a domed window that gives your dog a peek past the fence, and a portable karaoke mic to encourage impromptu solo concerts.After sifting through the hordes of deals, we've unearthed some more hidden gems, including travel pillows that may attract more than a few stares (but are extremely comfortable, so who cares?), and a very specific kitchen tool for bagel lovers.
Check out these 10 weird but useful Prime Day deals:
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