We’re hitting the last few hours of Prime Day and you may be wondering what’s out there that’s worth your time and money. Well, a lot of it isn’t. That’s true. There’s some crazy products for sale this year, and a lot of them are showing up on the front pages for some reason. As a lot of the good deals expire toward the end of the sales event, a lot of the bad stuff is going to float to the top. You still have a chance to save, though, and we’re here to help.

Let’s take a look at some really popular categories and the sort of options you have to save on versus the things you probably shouldn’t buy. Making the right choice doesn’t just mean saving money, it means getting a quality product that will actually make your life better instead of frustrating.

The Bad Pick:

This generic Android tablet that claims a Prime savings of $25. It’s really just $5 savings off the street price, and the tablet will let you down.

The Good Pick:

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8-inch Android tablet

That’s a true $60 discount, and the Prime Day price is even $20 better than the next best deal we’ve seen. Plus, this tablet is one of our favorite options for playing Xbox games in the Cloud.

$139.99 at Amazon

The Bad Pick:

Price trackers show this webcam regularly sells for $100, and you can get it today at its amazing Prime Day pricing of $98 (which it claims is $42 off).

The Good Pick:

Anker PowerConf C300 full HD webcam | $40 off

This is a brand new product from Anker, a trusted brand. It has never been on sale before through a direct discount, and you can get it for $40 off for Prime Day. Sure, it may not have 4K but it does have a lot of other good features for the price. Plus, the savings are real.

$89.99 at Amazon

The Bad Pick:

If you look up USB microphones, this condenser mic shows up on the front page, but the savings aren’t that great, it has very few reviews, and it’s not a known brand.

The Good Pick:

Razer Seiren X USB streaming mic | $30 off

Start with that price. This is a $100 mic that has been selling for around $80 even on Amazon. The drop to $55 for Prime Day is an amazing deal we have only seen during previous major sales events. The mic itself has a super cardioid pickup pattern so sound is recorded at a tighter angle. It has a built-in shock mount to dampen vibrations. You’ll get superior audio broadcasting and a Pro extender frequency and transient response.

$55.19 at Amazon $53 at Walmart

The Bad Pick:

Bluetooth speakers are a dime a dozen and it’s hard to know without respect for a brand what ones are truly great, but if you were looking for a good deal on one for Prime Day you have to ask why this retro-style speaker is on the front page. I guess it’s $11 off, but that design leaves something to be desired.

The Good Pick:

Tribit XSound Surf portable Bluetooth speaker | $7 off

Tribit is the best portable Bluetooth speaker maker you may not have ever heard of. They have quality builds with great sound, and the Prime Day deal on this speaker matches the lowest we have ever seen. Plus this speaker is waterproof with a 10-hour battery life, and you can pair it with another one for stereo sound.

$18.97 at Amazon

The Bad Pick:

The only reason to put this thing on your head is if you worship Shai-Hulud or you’re a bounty hunter trying to relive your days with the Sarlacc.

The Good Pick:

Braun Series 7 7027cs Electric Razor for Men | $50 off

Do your head and facial hair a favor and treat it with some respect. This razor from Braun is authentically $50 off, which is its lowest price ever on Amazon. Plus it has the 360 Flex Head, a beard trimmer, and it works both wet and dry. The battery can last for up to three weeks, and the quick charge function can help you get one last shave in.

$99.99 at Amazon