15 Amazon brands you’ve probably never heard of

Perhaps you’ve heard of AmazonBasics. It’s Amazon’s oldest private label, dating back to around 2009, according to The New York Times. But chances are good that you’ve never heard of many Amazon brands.

The retail giant has been quietly amassing its own product brands, with roughly 100 now available, NYT reports. Most of them were introduced in the past year alone.

Following is a look at 15 of Amazon’s own brands that the company says are offering deals leading up to Prime Day, on Prime Day or both.

AmazonBasics

AmazonBasics has become an expansive brand, comprising everything from light bulbs and batteries to bedding and luggage.

Just to name a few, the AmazonBasics product categories include:

Amazon Elements

The Amazon Elements brand boasts “premium products” and “transparent origins.” Here’s how Amazon explains the latter:

“We’re committed to sharing the details of our product stories, from the reason each ingredient is included to where they are sourced. Openness on this level is unprecedented, but we see transparency as our responsibility to you.”

Products currently include vitamins and supplements and baby wipes.

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Washington D.C.

14% of respondents are willing to pay more in taxes to lure Amazon to their city.

Austin, Texas: 

14% of respondents are willing to pay more in taxes to lure Amazon to their city.

Denver, Colorado: 

14% of respondents are willing to pay more in taxes to lure Amazon to their city.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania:

15% of respondents are willing to pay more in taxes to lure Amazon to their city.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: 

15% of respondents are willing to pay more in taxes to lure Amazon to their city.

New York City:

16% of respondents are willing to pay more in taxes to lure Amazon to their city.

Chicago, Illinois:

16% of respondents are willing to pay more in taxes to lure Amazon to their city.

Los Angeles, California:

17% of respondents are willing to pay more in taxes to lure Amazon to their city.

Boston, Massachusetts:

18% of respondents are willing to pay more in taxes to lure Amazon to their city. 

Columbus, Ohio:

19% of respondents are willing to pay more in taxes to lure Amazon to their city.

Atlanta, Georgia: 

19% of respondents are willing to pay more in taxes to lure Amazon to their city.

Raleigh, North Carolina:

20% of respondents are willing to pay more in taxes to lure Amazon to their city.

Dallas, Texas:

21% of respondents are willing to pay more in taxes to lure Amazon to their city.

Miami, Florida:

21% of respondents are willing to pay more in taxes to lure Amazon to their city.

Nashville, Tennessee:

23% of respondents are willing to pay more in taxes to lure Amazon to their city.

Indianapolis, Indiana: 

26% of respondents are willing to pay more in taxes to lure Amazon to their city.

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Presto!

Presto! is Amazon’s brand of cleaning supplies. Products currently include hand soap, dishwasher and laundry detergent packs, and paper towels and toilet paper.

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Solimo

As Amazon describes it, the Solimo brand “offers a variety of everyday goods at a just-right price.” And it’s a wide variety, at that — everything from coffee pods to razors and blades.

Product categories include:

Wickedly Prime

Wickedly Prime is another brand under which Amazon sells food and drinks.

If you’re hesitant to try something you might dislike and be unable to return to a store, check out the Wickedly Prime Promise. It states, in part, “If you’re not completely satisfied, we’ll refund your purchase.”

Wickedly Prime product categories include:

2 furniture brands

Rivet and Stone & Beam are Amazon brands of furniture and related items, such as lighting, rugs and decorative items.

8 clothing and accessories brands

Amazon has a host of clothing brands now. Those that the company has said will offer deals leading up to and on Prime Day include:

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