Best Prime Day Deals: Garage & Shop Equipment

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On October 13 and 14, Amazon’s annual Prime Day shopping event will take place — and car geeks, you don’t want to miss it. If you’re a Prime member (or taking advantage of Prime’s free 30-day trial), you’ll get access to a wealth of discounts and deals on a huge selection of garage and shop products.

There’s no better opportunity to equip your garage or shop with new gear than Prime Day. While Amazon might not be the first place you head if you’re looking for quality products and trusted brands, there are still great deals to be found. You’ll find bargain prices on everything from stools to shelves to ramps to decor. And The Drive is here to help you determine what’s worth your attention and your investment.


We’ll be updating this list of the top Prime Day 2020 deals through October 14, so stick around to find deals as they roll out. Because of timeliness, we’ll try to avoid Amazon’s short-term Lightning Deals. 

This list was updated on October 13, 2020.

Up to 20% Off Organizational Systems

A garage can get messy and disorganized rather quickly unless you have a storage system that can help you keep your tools, sporting equipment, and other items nice and tidy and out of the way. Check out the Wallmaster Garage Storage Organization System ($55; regularly $69.99). It can hold up to 265 pounds of equipment, and you can move the hooks around on the wall-mounted railing, depending on what you need to store on them. 

Save 20% on Overhead Lighting

If you do a lot of work in your garage, you need decent overhead lighting that can illuminate the area for better visibility. These LED Garage Lights come in a two-pack ($39.98; regularly $49.98) and can also be used in your workshop or basement. Ultra-bright, they have a lifespan of 50,000 hours, so they should last a good long time before they need replacing. Plus, they’re easy to install and come with a two-year warranty.

13% Off a Super-Quiet Garage Opener

If your bedroom is next to the garage, you know how important it is to have a quiet garage door opener, particularly if a family member comes home late at night. The Genie QuietLift Connect ($188; regularly $215.99) is an excellent smart garage door opener that’s also compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant, so you can operate it with voice control or with your smartphone. No extra hardware is required, and it’s easy to install. This particular model is designed for doors up to seven feet tall.

Save 20% on a Rolling Stool

Working on a vehicle or other projects in your garage/workshop is a lot easier if you have a rolling stool for mobility. This AgiiMan Mechanic Stool ($65.58; regularly $81.97) is comfortable and designed to minimize stress on your back and knees. It has a pull-out drawer and removable trays, so you can store a variety of items, including car care products, tools, and even beverages. The wheels roll very smoothly and easily change direction, making it a good option for waxing, wheel cleaning, plastic restoration, and so on.

 20% Off Weatherproof Stripping

Weatherproofing your garage is a great idea, particularly if you live in a colder climate and rain, snow, and other elements have a tendency to intrude. This Garage Door Weatherproof Easy Cut Replacement Strip ($30.80; regularly $38.99) can withstand temperatures as low as -40 degrees Fahrenheit and as high as 284 degrees Fahrenheit. You can cut the soft rubber for the proper fit, and it will seal out cold drafts as well as water, dirt, leaves, and small animals, including snakes.

Save 20% or More on Garage Storage Hooks

If you don’t want to install a large storage system in your garage, consider this 12 pack of Garage Hooks

($21.99; regularly $26.99). These heavy-duty, PVC-coated hooks are covered in an anti-slip coating, so they won’t scratch your tools. They’re an excellent option if you’re looking for vertical storage space, and they can accommodate a wide range of tools, from ladders to lawn equipment. The package comes with 12 different sizes (four small, two medium, and two large L-type hooks as well as two small, and two medium J-type hooks).

Save 20% or More on Storage Bins

Another way to organize your garage is by using these 8-Bin Storage Bins from Wallmaster ($20.79; regularly $25.99). You get eight orange drawers that can hold a variety of items, from hammers and pliers to fishing equipment, nuts and screws, and other small items and tools. Each bin holds up to 22 pounds, and they are removable. All you have to do is mount two rails on the wall and snap the bins into place.

$60 Off Security Camera/Floodlight Combo

If security is a priority, you can’t go wrong with this Floodlight Camera Motion-Activated HD Security Cam from Ring ($189.99; regularly $249.99). It connects to Alexa and alerts you when it detects motion. You can also talk to visitors through your phone, computer, or Echo. The camera uses 1080HD video and features infrared night vision, so you can track anything that moves within the vicinity of your garage.

Save $45 on a WiFi Extender

Sometimes you need an internet connection when you’re working in the garage, but your WiFi may not be strong enough to penetrate the insulated walls. Consider getting an Amazon eero Beacon Mesh WiFi Range Extender ($104; regularly $149). This device boosts WiFi coverage and is simple to use: just plug it into a wall outlet and follow the instructions on the eero app. This device updates automatically and is very secure, so your network stays protected.


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