Buy a new Amazon device on Prime Day? Make it better with these accessories for under $20 each

Amazon's 48-hour Prime Day 2019 event is now a thing of the past but if you, like so many others, used the sale to pick up a shiny new Amazon device, you'll be pleased to learn that there are a bunch of accessories to go with your new purchase. Best of all, these are available super affordably right now. Amazon has gathered together its best sub-$20 accessories for Fire TV, Echo, Fire Tablet and Kindle devices, so you can grab yourself a case, cable, screen protector or other inexpensive add-on with the money you saved.

Amazon always uses Prime Day as an opportunity to get more Echo devices into the homes of its customers and this year was no different with huge savings across pretty much the entire lineup of Echo devices. Now these devices have started arriving and a bunch of people are setting up the devices in their homes for the first time, the use cases for several related accessories become clear. The collection features items like Echo Dot mounts to keep your new smart speaker off the kitchen counter or a stand for your Echo Show 5 for adjustable viewing angles. There are also a number of affordable smart home accessories in there too if you want to get started with home automation or expand your existing setup.

Fire tablets also dropped steeply in price during the event. If you just got your hands on one, why not use the money you saved on some accessories? For less than $20 you can add a case, microSD card or screen protector and still have change.

With stellar savings on Amazon Fire TV devices, we know there will be plenty of our readers now in need of a couple of these accessories. From antennas to protective remote cases, this collection has you covered and will help you get the most out of your new smart TV device.

If reading is your bag and you snagged a new Kindle this Prime Day, your $20 gives you the pick of these related items. Whether you want a spare charger for travelling with, a protective case or an anti-glare screen protector, it's all up for grabs without breaking the bank.

Adam Oram

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.