4 Amazon Prime Day essentials deals you don't want to miss

Exciting deals on very boring (but useful) products, courtesy of Amazon Prime Day

Prime Day essentials
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There are plenty of exciting discounts on as part of the Amazon Prime Day deals event. You can pick up a cheap coffee machine, a bargain smart speaker, or waltz away with a great quality new mattress for a fraction of its usual price. But if you're just buying cool, hi-tech products, you're missing a trick. 

There are some ridiculous bargains on some very boring, but sadly essential, products too. First, sign up for a FREE Amazon Prime trial (or pat yourself on the back if you're already a member). Next read on for our pick of the best essentials Prime Deals today – stock up, save and feel smug for being so organised and sensible.

Finish Dishwasher tablets | Was £26 | Now £10.49 | 60% off
Get £15 off Finish Powerball All-inOne Max dishwasher tables in this excellent Prime Day essentials deal. This bumper pack of 110 tabs will have you sorted for months of washing.View Deal

Duracell batteries | Up to 50% off at Amazon
Keep toys, remote controls, and er... wall clocks all juiced up with all the batteries you could ever dream of.  There's all shapes and sizes on sale for a big discount this Amazon Prime Day.View Deal

Dettol wipes (6 pack) | Was £36 | Now £14.99 | 58% off
There's a pandemic on, you know. Get your home/office/anywhere else squeaky clean and virus-free with this bulk multipack of Dettol antibac wipes. There's 756 wipes across 6 value packs, which should last you a while.View Deal

Celebrations bulk box | Was £20.70 | Now £12.99 | 37% off
You might feel that a 2.4kg box of chocolates is not essential, but you won't regret this bargain treats box come Christmas. And it's really incredibly cheap when you break it down.View Deal

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Ruth Hamilton
Ruth Hamilton

Ruth is T3's Outdoor and Wellness Editor. She writes for a variety of design and lifestyle brands, and was previously Deputy Editor at Creative Bloq.