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All of the Best (Post–) Prime Day Deals

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The Prime Day craze has mostly subsided, but don’t hang up your shopping hats just yet — it appears that tons of Strategist-approved products haven’t gotten the memo and are still available at deeply discounted prices. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite sales that are still happening, but act fast, as we don’t anticipate these deals lasting for much longer. And if you’re looking for even more ways to save, don’t forget to check out our list of the best non-Amazon sales.

Though our pick for the most durable air fryer quickly sold out, this one is strikingly similar and hails from the same Vortex line. With six different capabilities including frying, roasting, broiling, baking, reheating, and dehydrating, it’s sure to become your new kitchen workhorse.

We named this Zojirushi mug as the best travel mug for commuting because it’s “completely airtight,” according to tea consultant Sara Shacket. “I’ve used it during many commutes on the subway, thrown in my bag, and was never worried. Same if I was hiking on a trip,” Shacket says. “It could be upside down and it wouldn’t leak.

From $18 for 3

These vivacious Swedish dishcloths were a fan favorite this year, and there’s still time to grab a set for over 20 percent off. They’re an ecofriendly alternative to sponges because, as Micaela Preston of the natural-living blog Mindful Momma explains, “they are made with absorbent cellulose from wood pulp, rather than plastic.”

Waterpik Aquarius Water Flosser
From $69
From $69

Six dentists and dental hygienists recommended the Waterpik Aquarius water flosser for its powerful pressure settings. Dr. Pia Lieb, founder of Cosmetic Dentistry Center NYC, says it has “the strongest engine on the market… you want really strong water power to push as much food and debris off of the tooth structure as possible.”

However, if the Aquarius is a bit bulky for you and you want something more sleek and lightweight, this cordless model is also on sale. It weighs under a pound and it comes with a travel bag and a case for its four tips. “I like it because we have limited bathroom-counter space and it easily goes into our medicine cabinet,” says Dr. Inna Chern, owner of New York General Dentistry.

At-home microcurrent devices like the NuFace can help keep facial skin tight and combat signs of aging. Dr. Michelle Henry, the founder of Skin & Aesthetic Surgery of Manhattan, thinks you can “get really good results from, if you’re consistent with the treatment”; if you use it every day, “it tightens and stops that sagging gravity effect. It just keeps everything nice and lifted.”

Boasting over 100,000 reviews on Amazon, this Revlon brush was our pick for the best less-expensive blow-dryer brush. Hair stylist Takisha Sturdivant-Drew says that the One-Step helps her “achieve a smooth, no-frizz, polished look — especially for those with thick and curly hair types.”

This Modway office chair was a top-clicked product over the past few days. We crowned it the best budget-conscious ergonomic office chair for its supportive, breathable mesh material and adjustable armrests and seat cushion.

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This handsome jute accent rug was also another reader favorite during Prime Day, and it’s still on sale for a limited time.

These better-than-Gatorade electrolyte tablets were included in our list of Strategist greatest hits after former senior writer Karen Adelson raved about them. “When I drank a Nuun-laced glass of water after a long run, I didn’t get post-run headaches and I had more energy,” Adelson says. “And when I sipped some while running, I totally avoided muscle cramps.”

When setting out to find the best vibrators, we declared the Satisfyer the best suction-sensation vibrator that won’t break the bank — a sentiment that’s now doubly true, considering it’s still 20 percent off.

$159

Apple’s AirPods Pro boast “a simple setup process, a seamless connection to your iPhone, a compact size, and a relatively comfortable design,” according to former Strategist tech writer Jordan Bowman. They’re still sitting at the same discounted price as they were yesterday, so now’s the time to pull the trigger.

If you’re struggling to keep on top of pet hair, this Neato vacuum was our top pick for the best robot vacuum for pets (and it’s still over half off.) Ryeon Kim, co-founder of pet e-commerce retailer Little Beast, says you can focus the Neato vacuum on specific areas in a home: “I use the app to move the vacuum around and spot clean.”

iRobot Roomba 692 Robot Vacuum
$230
$230

We’re also fans of the iRobot Roomba models, but not so much their steep price tags (over $1,000!). This one is a much cheaper version of the expert-recommended brand, and though it doesn’t come with all the bells and whistles of more expensive options, it still promises to keep your floors nice and tidy.

Or if you need something powerful enough for a deep-clean, Nicole Ellis, a dog-training and product expert with Rover, swears by this Shark vacuum. According to Ellis, the Shark “comes with an adapter that helps with pet hair on any surface in your home, and the HEPA filter helps trap dust and allergens.”

Use the on-page coupon to get 20 percent off this Levoit air purifier, which helped Camilla Cho, SVP of e-commerce at Vox Media, find relief for her puppy-induced allergies. She’s since recommended it to at least a half-dozen people who are now “satisfied, sniffle-free owners of both a dog and a Levoit air purifier.”

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All of the Best (Post–) Prime Day Deals