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Siocain’s Top Prime Day Picks

Amazon Prime Day is here! Prime members can get extra discounts on thousands of products available on the site throughout today and tomorrow. So you will need to decide quickly if you want to make use of these offers!

The items listed in this article were hand-picked by me and they are all items (or newer versions of the item) that I have been using long-time and that I can recommend personally. Please refer to the product descriptions to see if the item matches your needs before buying.

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Computers & Accessories

ASUS Vivobook 15 X1504ZA

I have had an ASUS Vivobook for years and have been using it daily. What I like about it is that it is powerful enough to handle all of my daily tasks and most games, but it doesn’t look heavy or clunky. I take it with me when I travel and it gives me plenty of flexibility to work wherever I want (including on the sofa or in the coffee shop).
This particular model comes with a 12th gen Intel i7 processor, 8GB of RAM and 512GB SSD storage.

Price: £549.99 (31% off)

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Microsoft Surface Pro 9

I bought a Microsoft Surface Pro in autumn last year and I cannot imagine my life without one now. I always wanted a tablet that lets me do everything I can do on a Windows computer and the Microsoft Surface can do just that! Whether you are on the train, in bed, or need a surface to draw or scribble on – the Surface got you covered. The tablet comes with a pen and a detachable keyboard for maximum flexibility.

Price: £749 (32% off)

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HUION Kamvas Pro 13

I am a hobbyist digital artist and the HUION Kamvas Pro 13 has been my favourite companion for a number of years now. The tablet has it’s own screen and can be set up as a second monitor so you can watch movies (or admire your references) as you draw. What sets this tablet apart from competitor’s products for me is the fact that the pen does not need charging and the nib does not deform over time so it won’t scratch your screen. The tablet comes with extra nibs for the pen but mine still looks like it did day 1 even after years of use so you’ll most likely never need to buy additional nibs. A handy stand is included with your purchase so you can draw comfortably right from the start!

Price: £223.20 (20% off)

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Trust Verto Wireless Ergonomic Mouse

Since getting a vertical mouse after experiencing intense wrist and arm pain during writing my Bachelor’s thesis, I never want to go back to a regular mouse. While vertical mice may look strange at first, and will take a day to get used to, they are so incredibly comfortable and work very well for gaming too! You won’t believe how much faster and accurate you can be with this mouse until you try it.

Price: £16.99 (32% off)

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Desk Accessories

Trideer Extra Thick Yoga Ball

A yoga ball may strike you as odd in the desk accessories section, but they actually make great desk chairs! Exercise balls can help you to sit more actively, engage your core, and train your back muscles. A good chair is still important, but if you swap out a rigid chair for a yoga ball every now and then, your health at the desk may improve. I recommend buying a larger size than the surface of your normal chair, because you will sink into the ball quite a bit and don’t want your chin resting on the desk after all.

Price: £19.19 (26% off)

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Art Supplies

Derwent Graphitint Paint Travel Set

The Derwent Graphitint Paints have been my favourite art supply for a few years now, so I am excited to see them as part of Prime Day. The special feature of these is that they are based on Graphite with different colour tints – but they work like watercolour paints! You can mix them, blend them, create light washes or use them with little water to create dark, intense shades. Once they are dry, you can even grab an eraser and lighten up the areas you want.The graphite in the palette creates a sense of coherence in your finished piece, which I love very much.

Price: £20.09 (37% off)

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Uni Pin Fineliner Drawing Pen

Uni Pin fineliners have been a favourite of mine for a long time. Right after the Copic multiliners, I think these are one of the best fineliners for art that you can get. This set supplies you with a wide range of nib sizes so you can create both gentle and bold lines. The ink is waterproof very quickly so these pens can be used with alcohol- and water-based media, such as alcohol markers and watercolours.

Price: 7.59 (Prime exclusive)

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Ohuhu Brush Marker Pens 48 Colours

Ohuhu are the best alternative to the expensive Copic markers that you can buy with money. They are buttery smooth, blend very well, and have a comfortable brush nib! And the best thing is that Ohuhu have announced refills for their product – so buying a set and running out of your favourite colour well before the rest will no longer make you sad.

Price: £31.99 (Prime exclusive)

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