There’s no better way to upgrade your home than with smart home features — be it speakers, lights, cameras or thermostats. And there’s no better time to buy than during Prime Day. Here, we rounded up the best deals to be had on smart home products during Amazon’s biggest sales day of the year.

For a full list of notable Prime Day deals, check out our complete guide here.

Smart speakers

Echo Dot with Mandalorian The Child Stand
Echo Dot with Mandalorian The Child Stand

Echo Dot with Mandalorian The Child Stand ($38.94, originally $74.94;

Not only do you get an Echo Dot, but you also get a a stand with adorable green ears that could only belong to The Child. The base has the same coloring and design as Baby Yoda’s clothes, and a green half-circle will hold the smart speaker in place.


Echo Show 8 ($64.99. originally $129.99;

The Echo Show 8 is one of our favorite smart displays, and it’s now at one of the lowest prices we’ve seen.

Echo Flex
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Echo Flex ($9.99, originally $24.99;

This Alexa-enabled device comes with a microphone array, small LED strip, speaker and USB-A port.

Echo Dot 3rd Gen ($18.99, originally $49.99;

Amazon’s most popular smart speaker, this affordable option unlocks the power of Alexa, Amazon’s virtual assistant, which lets you control other devices, order groceries, rock out to music, hear the news and much more.


Echo Show 5 ($44.99, originally $89.99;

At just 5.5 inches, the Show 5’s screen is more compact than that of the Echo Show 8, but it has many of the same features, including an HD screen, for $20 less.



Blink Mini ($24.99, originally $34.99;

This no-frills HD camera that can be placed on any surface with the included stand or mounted to a wall. It supports a live view and can even monitor for motion to record.


Ring Indoor Cam ($44.99, originally $59.99;

This indoor cam takes up a bit more space than the Blink, but offers slightly better video quality — both recorded and live streaming.


Ring Video Doorbell Pro ($169.99, originally $249.99;

The Ring Pro is a top-of-the-line solution for making a wired doorbell a smart one, allowing you to answer your door from anywhere, at any time. With a wide-angle 1080HD camera on the front, Ring provides a crystal clear view of your front door and even the street straight to your iOS or Android device.


Ring Alarm 14-Piece Kit ($199.99, originally $329.99;

This kit, perfect for a multi-room house, includes one base station, two keypads, eight contact sensors, two motion detectors, and one range extender.


Ring Video Doorbell ($69.99, originally $99.99;

Ring’s most affordable option, this doorbell features crsytal-clear video, night vision, the ability to designate privacy zones and features two-way talk. This way you can be alerted if someone is at the door and hop onto the Ring app to speak with them.


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Honeywell Home Programmable Thermostat ($69, originally $79;

Compatible with voice assistant devices like Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Microsoft Cortana and more, this smart thermostat let’s you program temperatures throughout the day.


ecobee3 2nd-Generation Lite Smart Thermostat ($149. originally $169;

The ecobee3 pairs with up to 32 sensors, and works with Amazon Echo, Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant, Samsung SmartThings and Wink to allow you control over your HVAC system from anywhere.

Home upgrades


MyQ Smart Garage Door Opener ($16.98, originally $39.98;

The myQ Smart Garage Hub by Chamberlain is a retrofit device for existing garage doors that adds in smart controls via a companion app. Plus, you can link myQ with Alexa for voice commands.


Moen 900-006 Flo by Moen 1-Inch Smart Water Shutoff ($331.67, originally $473.81;

This device allows you to turn your water on/off from an app in case of leaks. It also features MicroLeak Technology that proactively monitors the security of your home’s entire water system (including behind walls and in foundations) to identify leaks as small as a drop per minute.

Robo vacuums


iRobot Roomba i7+ ($799, originally $999;

The i7+ fully supports Alexa voice commands, which means you can ask Alexa to start vacuuming while you hang out on the couch. It will also empty itself into its base.


iRobot Roomba 692 ($199.99, originally $319.99;

The Roomba 692 learns your cleaning habits to offer up personalized schedules, while Google Assistant and Alexa allow you to start cleaning with just the sound of your voice.