10 Amazon Prime Day Deals Worth Shopping, According to Shape Editors

From a beloved clit-suction vibe to a pair of comfy bike shorts, these are the items worth the credit card charge.
By Susan Brickell
October 13, 2020
Each product we feature has been independently selected and reviewed by our editorial team. If you make a purchase using the links included, we may earn commission.

Amazon's biggest sale is *officially* here, meaning you've got less than 48 hours to snap up your favorite fitness brands, luxury skin-care products, go-to snacks, and coveted pet items at crazy discounted prices. With thousands upon thousands of deals to pour through for Prime Day 2020, you might find yourself a bit frazzled — but there's no need to feel overwhelmed.

To make this bargain hunt easier for you, we’ve compiled a list of the not-to-be-missed sales of products Shape editors actually own and love — from a trusty clit suction vibrator and a pair of comfy bike shorts to a dog DNA test kit and an at-home microdermabrasion device. All you need is a Prime membership to take advantage of the deals. (Here's where you can sign up for a 30-day free trial if you don't already have an account.)

Ready to shop? Keep scrolling for the best Amazon Prime Day deals, according to Shape editors. (Related: Everything You Need to Know to Score the Best Deals on Amazon Prime Day)

Womanizer Pro 40


"I've tried a lot of sex toys in the last few years — one of the major perks of working on a lot of our sex and love stories! — and I wholeheartedly believe everyone needs to try a clit suction-style sex toy at least once. I love a traditional vibe, but these babies are perfect for people who have trouble climaxing, for people who love receiving oral sex, or for days when you just want a little buzzy bae to do all the work for you. The Womanizer features six intensity levels and is super quiet, making it perfect for quarantine life or your current roommate sitch. Plus, it's on sale right now for $69 — and who doesn't love a cheeky sale price?!" —Lauren Mazzo, web editor

IUGA Bike Shorts


"I’ve been living in these bike shorts practically every weekend since I bought my first pair over a year ago. I immediately fell in love with how comfy they are for anything from home workouts to last-minute trips to the grocery store. The pockets are big enough to hold your phone, plus I often tuck my keys inside the hidden waistband pocket when I don’t feel like digging through my purse for them. I also loooove the color and pattern offerings — I already own 3 different styles of the shorts, and TBH, I’ll probably keep expanding my collection." —Allie Strickler, news editor

Buy It: IUGA Bike Shorts, $16, was $22, amazon.com

Embark Breed + Health Identification Dog DNA Test


"When we adopted our dog Zoey from Safe and Sounds Satos, a rescue organization that gives the "sato" dogs of Puerto Rico a second chance at life, we were constantly trying to guess which breeds she was blended with — Border Collie? Boxer? Lab? Unicorn? — but the only way to really know was through a DNA test. So we grabbed the Embark Identification Dog DNA Test (FWIW, we got the kit that includes screening for certain health markers, as well, so we could keep an eye on anything as she ages) and waited with bated breath for the results. Turns out she's got a laundry list of different breeds within her (including 16 percent Chihuahua and 13 percent German Shepard), but the 34 percent "Super Mutt" piece of her pie is my favorite. Zoey is her own special blend that makes her the absolute perfect mix for me." —Alyssa Sparacino, deputy digital editor

Burt's Bees Sensitive Facial Cleansing Towelettes


"As a new mom of two, cleansing my face at night is not always an option. These super effective and gentle wipes help me make sure that my skin is clean before I hop into bed, but don’t require too much work!" —Sade Strehlke, site director

Banza Chickpea Pasta


"I’ve been eating alt pastas like they’re going out of style. Lentil, edamame, heart of palm… you name it, I’ve devoured it. Banza’s chickpea pasta was the first I tried and it remains one of my favorites, since the taste comes closest to true pasta (it's even al dente when cooked!) and it’s especially high in protein, thanks to a boost from pea protein. Last year on Prime Day I scored a Lightning Deal on this variety pack, and used it for shells and cheese, penne alla vodka, and rotini with pesto. I fully intend on making a repeat purchase." —Renee Cherry, staff writer

tikysky Candle Lighter


"Have you ever burnt your thumb trying to light a candle with a traditional lighter? Same. More times than I care to admit. After seeing this candle lighter on a friend's Instagram story, I knew immediately I had to add to cart. The bendable head makes it easy to fit into any candle — even when the candle is on its last wick allllll the way at the bottom. Instead of gas, the lighter uses electricity to light the flame. You just simply charge it using a usb portal — and voilá! But I'm not the only fan: it's earned a near-perfect rating from Amazon shoppers. My roommate and I share one but now that it’s 55% off for Prime Day, I’m definitely getting my own." —Marietta Alessi, senior social media manager

Buy It: tikysky Candle Lighter, $14, was $19, amazon.com

Nixplay Smart Digital Picture Frame


“After I decided to move to New York City and lease a tiny studio apartment, I realized decorating with dozens of picture frames would end up making the space feel super cluttered. So I swapped all my old-school frames with this high-tech one from Nixplay, and I couldn’t be happier. The electronic frame syncs with an app, so you can send all your favorite photos on your phone to the frame in seconds. Plus, it has a motion detector, so your photo slideshow will start playing when you walk past it, and it features a clock display when it’s in sleep mode. If you’re short on space and want all of your latest memories put front and center, you need this frame! (Psst, it officially goes on sale tomorrow, October 14, so don't forget to bookmark the page!)” —Megan Falk, editorial assistant

Cbiumpro Scalp Massager


"I have thick, tightly curled hair, which makes washing my hair exhausting. I love this scalp massager because it helps remove product and gives me a deep clean without ruining my nails." —Jasmine Phillips, social media writer

Buy It: Cbiumpro Scalp Massager, $8, was $13, amazon.com

Naipo Shiatsu Neck Back Massage Pillow


"For less than the average deep-tissue massage in New York City, this heated massager delivers targeted treatment that goes way beyond the surface. Meaning: The massage nodes really dig into your knots, kneading deeper and deeper as they slowly loosen and the heat function delivers a steady stream of warmth to your muscles, helping them (and you!) relax even further. If you close your eyes, you might just think you're being treated by a real-life Phoebe Buffay." —Elizabeth Bacharach, associate editor

PMD Personal Microderm Classic


"This at-home PMD microderm device combines the power of patented spinning crystal disc technology with vacuum suction to give you radiant skin and professional results without having to schedule (or fork over money for) an in-office microdermabrasion treatment. The brand promises that exfoliating with the gadget once a week, over time, will reduce the appearance of dark spots, acne scars, blemishes, fine lines and wrinkles, blackheads, and large pores — even though I've been using a PMD gadget for just a couple of months and have noticed a huge difference in my skin already." —Susan Brickell, senior editor

Buy It: PMD Personal Microderm Classic, $112, was $159, amazon.com