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Best Prime Day deals under $10 — Day 2

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Amazon Prime Day isn't all expensive TVs and smartphones — in fact, there are tons of cheap, cheap, cheap deals. 

During the run-up to Prime Day, Amazon gave Prime customers $10 to spend on Prime Day, and you can get a $10 Amazon credit for a variety of reasons. 

Here are the best deals for $10 and under that Amazon is offering. And don't forget to check out our best Prime Day deals under $25 and best Prime Day deals under $100.

Echo Flex smart speaker: was $24.99 now $9.99 @ Amazon
This plug-in gadget "makes any space a little smarter," we noted in our review of the Amazon Echo Flex. It's easy to set up, easy to use and fantastically convenient because it lets you control other devices, call friends and check news and weather. It also plays music, but sounds better as an intercom — there are better Alexa speakers on which to listen to tunes.View Deal

Minecrafters Encyclopedia: was $17.99 now $9.59 @Amazon
The Ultimate Unofficial Encyclopedia for Minecrafters is exactly what the title says — everything you (or your kid) wants to know about Minecraft, including tips and tricks Microsoft don't want you to learn. The hardcover edition is available for $9.59.View Deal

Gillette Venus Razor, Refills: was $14.99, now $4.99 @Amazon
This women's razor comes with three standard three-bladed Venus blade refills and one five-bladed Venus Swirl refill for an even closer shave. Each refill comes with a lubricating slip for an easy, smooth glide.View Deal

Wireless Mouse: was $12.99, now $9.08 @Amazon
This AmazonBasics wireless optical mouse uses a 2.4GHz radio signal to a USB mini-dongle, rather than Bluetooth, for fast response times. It runs on two AAA batteries (not included). The mouse also comes in blue, silver, purple and red, but only the black model is marked down for Prime Day.View Deal

Burt's Bees Toothpaste: was $12.99, now $8.99 @Amazon
You get not one, but FOUR tubes of Burt's Bees for Kids Fruit Fusion toothpaste with fluoride in this amazing deal. Each tube packs in 4.2 ounces (that's 119 grams for our Canadian friends) of Burt's Bees great-tasting dentifrice, which happens to be free of artificial coloring, artificial sweeteners and artificial preservatives.
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Poo-Pourri Toilet Spray: was $12.00 now $9.98 @Amazon
Administer the Poo-Pourri Before-You-Go Toilet Spray to your bathroom before you do your business, and it will mask any odors with an "uplifting blend of lemon, bergamot and lemongrass natural essential oils."View Deal

USB-C to 3.5mm Audio Cable: now $9.99 @Amazon
Yearning to use your favorite old headphones on your new Android flagship or iPad Pro? Here's your answer: the Accessorz USB-C to 3.5mm audio cable. This 4-foot cable takes you right back to the days of getting tangled up in beautiful cords.View Deal

Lightning-to-USB Cable: was $9.99, now $8.49 @Amazon
This AmazonBasic Lightning-to-USB 3-foot cable comes in red, silver, rose gold or dark gray and is perfect for hooking up your iPhone to chargers and computers.View Deal

Smolink Ethernet Cable: now $9.99 @Amazon
This 10-foot Cat 8 Ethernet cable has gold-plated plugs and will zip your data along at speeds of 40Gbps. It's perfect for hooking up your desktop PC or gaming console to a nearby router for uninterrupted connections.View Deal

Maxboost Car USB Charger: now $9.99 @Amazon
This attractive black-and-glowing-blue doohickey will deliver 4.8 amps of charging power to two devices at once. It's perfect for any car that doesn't come with a built-in USB-A port, but does come with a cigarette lighter.View Deal

Samsung 32GB MicroSD card: was $7.99, now $7.49 @Amazon
Samsung's microSD card offers up to 100MB/s read and 20MB/s write speeds; UHS Speed Class U1 and Speed Class 10.View Deal

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Mike Prospero

Michael A. Prospero is the deputy editor at Tom’s Guide overseeing the smart home, drones, and fitness/wearables categories. When he’s not testing out the latest running watch, skiing or training for a marathon, he’s probably using the latest sous vide machine or some other cooking gadget.