You’ve heard of Amazon Prime Day, but what about Walmart’s Deals for Days? The retail giant’s latest shopping extravaganza was created in response to Amazon’s three-day shopping event and is set to be bigger, and more inclusive, than any other virtual or in-person sale event. Note that unlike Prime Day, which is only accessible to Prime members, Walmart’s Deals for Days is open to anyone looking for a great deal.

The best deals are going to be all across the board—from electronics to kitchen appliances—which makes for a great opportunity to browse around and see what practical, offbeat and downright fun items might catch your eye. You never know what surprising items might be waiting around the corner.

We love browsing, taking our time to suss out the sale situation, scanning every shelf to see the latest arrivals and best deals… Which is why we’re taking the time to curate all the best offbeat yet so practical items at Walmart’s Deals for Days that you might otherwise brush off or miss entirely.

Below, we’re creating an ever-growing list of all the very best deals on surprisingly practical tools and offbeat items that we spot throughout the entire sale. Keep checking back if you’re curious to see our top finds from the extravagant sale event!

Chefman Air Fryer, 8-Qt (31% off)

Sure, you’ve probably seen your friends proclaim themselves as chefs using these things, but there’s a reason so many amateur home cooks swear by the air fryer. Not only is it super easy to use (it’s basically as easy as pressing a button on your microwave), it actually produces perfectly crispy snacks with much less oil and other nasties compared to deep frying.

$69 sale price ($99 regular price) at

iHome Nova Auto Empty Mopping Robot (50% off)

How often do you mop your floors, really? Pulling out the mop and bucket is a monumentally annoying chore, but the iHome Nova Auto Empty Mopping Robot makes it totally seamless. All you have to do is set and forget and this little device will ensure your floors are always sparkling clean.

$299.00 sale price ($599 regular price) at

Oral-B 6000 SmartSeries Electric Toothbrush, White (17% off)

Think of the Oral-B SmartSeries as the Cadillac of electric toothbrushes. It’s scientifically proven to keep your mouth as clean as possible (and who doesn’t want that?), but it also comes in an arrangement of cool colorways to suit your style.

$99.99 sale price ($119.99 regular price) at

Decathlon 2 Person Inflatable Kayak (22% off)

Sure, an inflatable kayak might not seem like the most practical item to purchase at first glance, but hear us out: This easy-to-use kayak allows you to pump it up and throw it in just about any body of water but deflates to easily store in the back of the car.

$275 sale price ($349 regular price) at

Razor Power A5 Black Label Electric-Powered Scooter (44% off)

Although electric scooters are, well, kind of dorky at first glance, they’re wildly practical for anyone who lives and commutes in the city. This Razor Power A5 allows you to jet off down the street at up to 10 mph (16 km/h) and also packs down, so you can easily store it under your desk or in a storage locker.

$119 sale price ($180 regular price) at

Cricut Mug Press Premier Value Bundle (17% off)

Whether you’re big into crafting or you’ve always wanted to be, a Cricut Mug Press Premier Value Bundle is a great jumping off point. The mug-customization tool will allow you to test your skill. But, it’ll also come in super handy when you need a last-minute birthday gift that doesn’t look last minute. 

$199 sale price ($239.96 regular price) at

Midea 50-Pint Dehumidifier with Pump (44% off)

A dehumidifier is always a good idea—especially if you live in an older house or an apartment without central air. The Midea 50-Pint Dehumidifier makes it easy to keep the air comfortable and comes in especially handy when cooling your space on those hot, humid summer days.

$198 sale price ($299 regular price) at

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