The 5 Best Tech Deals on Amazon That Are Live Before Prime Day 2021

It’s the final days before the Prime Day 2021 hustle threatens low inventory on the stuff you’re coveting.

Trying to predict all of what Amazon will include in its Prime Day 2021 lineup is like trying to predict exactly how many vehicles Dom Torreto will pit himself against in the upcoming Fast & Furious movie. Your educated guesses will only get you so far. Your fervent fandom won’t mean squat. Something entirely unexpected—like “Dodge Charger versus the International Space Station”-level of unexpected—will happen. And you’ll just have to wait until your butt’s in the seat to know the answer.

So, until Prime Day is in high gear on June 21 and 22, we won’t really know what tech deals—some of the biggest sales that go live for Prime Day—it’ll feature. However, we’ll give an educated guess that Apple products will get some discount love (as we’re already seeing), as well as the usual suspects: kitchen appliances, smart home tech, headphones and earbuds, gaming accessories, and more. Below, you’ll find some various gadgets that Amazon currently has on sale, so you can snatch them up before inventory runs low.

AirPods Pro

APPLE

Active noise cancellation and a custom fit make these upgraded AirPods unbeatable in the earbud game. Just don’t drop one down a subway grate.

AirPods Max

APPLE

You’re far less likely to lose these down a hole. And this marks the first time the AirPods Max cost less than $500. 

3.6-Quart Touch Screen Air Fryer Oven

CHEFMAN

It’s high time you became an air fryer guy. Talk about revolutionizing the way you eat.

MUSE S: The Brain Sensing Headband

MUSE

You sleep like shit, right? Muse’s high-tech headband might help. It is designed to track and then provide feedback on your meditation and sleep patterns, so you can learn from the data and improve upon both.

Versa 2 Smartwatch

FITBIT

The Versa 2 also tracks sleep, plus a load of other health metrics (like heart rate, steps taken, and calories burned), plus your smartphone notifications, plus any Amazon Alexa commands you might make regular use of.

Source: Esquire

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