Top gadget deals of Amazon Prime Day 2

Top gadget deals of Amazon Prime Day 2

It is the second and last day of Amazon Prime Day sales. And today, we round up some gadgets and toys that are going for less than S$200. You have until 2359hr today to get them at the discount prices.

Kindle Paperwhite
S$135.69 (usual price $206.36) – Buy here

You might want to get a Kindle Paperwhite eBook reader to catch up on your books. This version is waterproof, so you do not need to worry about water spill while you read. In addition, a single full charge allows this Kindle to last for weeks.

Beats Solo Pro (Light Blue)
S$199 (usual price S$429) – Buy here

You probably cannot get the Beats Solo Pro at a better price than this. But it has to be the Light Blue variant. Otherwise, it is the same wireless headphones with active noise cancellation (ANC) mode and transparency mode for you to be aware of your surroundings.

Lego Super Mario Adventures with Mario Starter Course
S$47.93 (usual price S$84.90) – Buy here

Super Mario fans can now physically play the game with the Lego Super Mario Adventures. It features 7 action breaks for different interactions with the Lego Mario figure. Lego Mario has colour sensors, LCD screens in his eyes, mouth and belly to display over 100 different instant reactions to movement.

Nespresso Pixie (Electric Titan)
S$152.52 (usual price S$248) – Buy here

Need your caffeine fix every morning? Get the Nespresso Pixie and you get barista coffee in an instant. Just put in a Nespresso capsule, press down the lever and press a button. Wait for a minute or so, and your coffee is ready.

Jabra Elite Active 75t
S$162.83 (usual price S$318) – Buy here

For those who want freedom listening to music while they exercise, you can get the Jabra Elite Active 75. It has an IP57-rating for resistance against sweat and water. A single charge allow playback for up to 7.5 hours. Probably longer than many of your workouts combined.Top gadget deals of Amazon Prime Day 2

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Started out with dreams to become a street photographer, Trevor Tan somehow became a tech journalist with over 16 years of consumer tech experience. Maybe he plays too much video games and buys too many new gadgets.