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A pair of high-waisted yoga pants with pockets that reviewers say do everything you want yoga pants to do, for 66% less than a pair of Lulus. Not only are they moisture-wicking and super stretchy, they also come in 42 (!!!) colors!
The pants have a gusseted crotch, so they move with you, and there are reflective dots near the ankles.
They’re a true 7/8-length legging, and they’re particularly popular with people who prefer shorter inseams. But even among folks who like their pants longer, the length is just right for comfort and easy movement.
Promising review: “They are butter soft, but don’t stretch out, are not see-through, and are comfortable all day. In short, they are Lulu’s without the NoNo price tag!” — Mikki Anderson
Price: $25.60+ (available in sizes XXS–XXL and 30 colors)
A six-in-one stubby multitool whose bitty size will come in handy when you’re working under the sink or in other really small spaces. Reviewers love the Klein quality and that each of the drivers really do stay in place while you’re using them.
The nonmagnetic nut driver sizes are 1/4-inch (6 mm) and 5/16-inch (8 mm). Screwdriver sizes are #1 and #2 Phillips, and 3/16-inch (5 mm) and 1/4-inch (6 mm) slotted.
Promising review: “I absolutely love this screwdriver. If you know about Klein Tools, then you know anything they really make is quality. Awesome tool for fitting into places where your larger screwdriver won’t. But it’s still big enough to get a good grip on. Nice fat handle with a great rubber boot. This screwdriver is about the size of a pointer finger. If you do any DIY or are in the trades, I would highly recommend that you get a hold of one of these.” — Anthony C
A button-down V-neck skater dress that has a little bit more ~flair~ than a typical dress with those cute little buttons down the front. Oh, is that not enough coolness for you? What about…POCKETS? That’s what I thought.
It comes in short-sleeve and long-sleeve versions, and in both solids and patterned fabric. All are hand-wash only.
Promising review: “This is SO CUTE! The length is perfect, the buttons are perfect, it’s adorable, and it’s a nice substantial material without being heavy. IT HAS POCKETS! Seriously, buy this dress!” — Nicola Griffin
Price: $16.99+ (available in sizes S–XXL and 45 colors)
A set of scrubbing brushes that attach to your power drill, for intense de-grossifying power.
It comes with two 4-inch brush attachments and one 2-inch brush attachment, each with standard 1/4-inch shafts.
Promising review: “This might be my favorite Amazon purchase ever! The picture shows the tile floor inside a rental property we purchased. What a HUGE difference! Cleaning the grout with this magical brush prevented us from needing to buy new flooring for the kitchen. I can’t stop telling all of my friends and everyone I know how great this is!.” — Sherrie T.
Price: $14.99 (available in six colors)
An EVA foam roller to give your tired muscles a deep tissue massage (*and* work out some of that lactic acid!) after kickboxing, running, cycling, or whatever other activity has left you sore. It has three different massaging textures on its surface, to help you work the pain out however you need to, right where you need it.
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EVA foam is the rubbery kind; it’s also what they make flip-flops and Crocs out of. All of the EVA rollers have a solid plastic pipe core for extra rigidity.
Some models come with a bonus roller, shipped along with the primary roller. That one is made of just EPP foam, which you probably know better as Styrofoam; it’s pretty stiff, but still has some give to it.
Promising review: “Nothing has been helping. From running, to walking uphill both ways to work (yes, this is possible), to wearing heels all day, my calves were tight. This roller was a godsend. I actually have more mobility after using it than traditional stretching, and I think there was a knot in each calf that it worked out. This is a must-have!” — Raven
Price: $22.99+ (available in six colors)
A three-speed Vornado air circulator that will encourage better circulation and lower the air temperature by up to 10 degrees. It shoots a high-velocity airstream across the room — it’s a surprisingly effective way to increase the effectiveness of your heating or cooling system without spending more on oil, gas, wood, or electricity. I’ve used it myself years ago, and it really worked! Plus, some versions can connect to Alexa, for voice control.
I had one when I lived in a south-facing apartment in a building in sunny Hollywood, where we weren’t allowed to have air conditioners. It kept things cool even in 100-degree Fahrenheit afternoons when the sun was shining right into the huge windows that otherwise would have made the place a veritable greenhouse. I actually became really sentimental about the fan and eventually named it “Santana” (after the dry Santa Ana winds and
Joan Didion’s famous essay). I truly loved this thing.
Promising review: “I would have never guessed that such a small fan could make such a big difference. It works well as a direct fan when pointed at someone, but where it really excels is when it is used for its intended purpose of moving large volumes of air within a medium-sized room. When pointing it into the top corner of the room, within five minutes you can already feel a substantial change in temperature. — Jedidiah K.
Price: $49.99+ (available in three sizes, two colors and with or without Alexa compatibility)
A cat and dog ear cleanser with antimicrobial enzymes, for managing dirty ears and infections. Reviewers rave that it really works to solve vexing ear issues in just days.
No need to pre-clean with this one, by the way. Just one liberal application of the treatment each day for one to two weeks should clear up even chronic issues.
Promising review: “I can’t believe how fast and well this stuff worked. I’d been using a couple other products for weeks, on and off. I was frustrated that things were barely improving, and I’d almost run out of the other stuff. This stuff was highly rated, but the bottle is so small. On just day two, things were better, and by day four, the ear problem had completely resolved. And now, a month later, the problem has not returned. This stuff is completely amazing and works.” — Amazon customer
An extra fancy K-Elite single-serve K-Cup coffee maker that comes in flashy metallic finishes, has a built-in water purifier, features adjustable coffee strengths, and also makes iced coffee. Plus, it’s equipped with an enormous 75-ounce reservoir — big enough to last you a whole week! And it’ll look classy as heck on your countertop.
You know when it’s the hardest to make coffee?
When you really need it. Thankfully, like all Keurigs, this bad boy is really easy to use — perfect for when you’re barely awake and need a little pick-me-up.
Promising review: “We had an older model that worked great for us, but boy, was I happy to see that this one is an improvement. The base is easily removable, so you can put your to-go cup directly underneath to fill. But the best part of all for me is the iced coffee button. T he iced setting seems to drop a little slower, conserving the ice just right. I followed the instructions for the filter and coffee was great from the first try. It’s kinda pricey, but so worth it! It also looks very beautiful on the counter. Much nicer than the old black one we had.” — Elizabeth Patsen
Price: $129.99+ (originally $169.99+, available in three colors)
A pack of touch-up paint pens so you finally can address the splotches left by your painter’s tape when you put in that striped accent wall. Just fill one of these bad boys up with latex paint, and dispense the paint automatically through the brush.
These single-use paint pens pretty much the same as a Sharpie, but with paint instead of ink.
Promising review: “I love this. They’re absolutely perfect for touching up the little spots that need touching up. I have several sets filled with different paints and so far they’ve stayed ‘usable’ without the paint drying out. I rinse the brush really well after each use (latex paints) and recap it.” — Hooked On Amazon!
Price: $9.99+ (available in two- and five-packs)
A polka dot maxi skirt with pockets that you’ll be twirling around in basically all summer long — and probably into the fall, too.
Reviewers say that they machine wash this high-elastic-waisted skirt and it’s fine.
Promising review: “This is a great, lightweight skirt. Versatile and can be dressed up or down. The best part is that it has POCKETS! Very flowy and fun.” — Jessie
Price: $28.89+ (available in sizes S–2XL and nine colors)
A set of thick velvet slip covers to help bring your vintage couch into the 21st century. There are separate covers for each of the seat cushions, so you don’t have to worry about bunching, and it includes nonslip straps, so you won’t have to constantly adjust the cover to keep it on straight.
Promising review: “I have never been so excited about a slipcover. Total transformation of our couch and loveseat. I was worried about it not working on our leather couch, but it stays on really well due to the straps and the separate cushion covers. LOVE.” — Brian/Liz
Price: $43.49+ (available in 10 colors)
An activated-charcoal faucet filter attachment that folks swear is worth the extra couple bucks because it’s way better at filtering out chlorine and odors from your tap water than a Brita.
It uses carbon fiber to remove rust and chemicals but, just as importantly, it resists mold and bacterial growth. It can filter 8 cups of water a minute and should last you about six months.
Promising review: “Originally, I was skeptical of a faucet filter for this much money. After all, the Brita filters are cheaper and more common, right? Well, after asking around with some friends, I found that Brita filters break frequently and often don’t deliver. But with this faucet filter, I don’t think I’ve ever tasted such crisp water come from a tap. I honestly can’t recommend this enough. The installation was a snap and the water tastes perfect. The metal of the faucet looks aesthetically similar to my sink, so no weird bright white or blue contrasting with my kitchen. I’d say this is more than worth your consideration as a product.” — Tim H
A faux-marble faux marble self-adhesive kitchen wallpaper, because your laminate countertops have been just ~begging~ for a glow up. All you have to do is peel and stick for a glossy, easy-to-clean surface that’ll elevate the look of your space.
It’s made of PVC and each roll measures 17″ x 78″.
our write-up of this inexpensive and super cool marble adhesive surface cover!
Promising review: “I do not have the money for a new vanity right now, so I turned to this DIY project to cover my ugly pink bathroom vanity with marble contact paper. It looks 100% better and it’s super durable. It’s a little tricky to work with at first and then you get the hang of it. I’m buying more for my half bath! My vanity looks so great that I decided to do the tabletop in my laundry room, and that looks great, too!” — Natalie Evans
Price: $6.09+ (available in four sizes)
A Breville toaster oven that I use everyday. I love the oven, which my darling mother bought me, because the thing convection bakes like nobody’s business and can toast a bagel in two minutes flat. Reviewers say the price premium is worth it for a solid, high-performance machine.
It has settings for cookies, reheating, pizza, bagels, toast, baking, broiling, and roasting. I use mine to reheat everything, instead of a microwave — it takes about 10 minutes and always tastes way better than using the microwave.
Promising review: “We’ve been using it for a year now daily, and have been delighted with its quality and function! It lives up to its claims to be a great small oven! We mostly use it to: toast bread daily, heat up leftovers, melt cheese, cook smaller meals (roasting and baking work great!). The oven itself is (refreshingly) high-quality stainless steel, as is the pan and broiler pan that fit in the oven. I use the main pan every day and it still cleans easily with mild soaking. I find the functions of the oven easy to navigate. My husband and I are of retirement age, this oven is the perfect size for our needs. When I want to cook for one or two meals, this oven is perfect to use instead of the big oven. The crumb tray is stainless, doesn’t stain, and is easy to clean. This oven costs more than other ovens but is well worth the price. I hope the company keeps up the quality of this product for years to come. Highly recommend!” — LJ in Mpls
A quiet cold mist humidifier for large rooms, because who needs dry throats and nosebleeds in their life? Not you!
This filterless model has a 6-liter capacity that lasts 50 hours, and auto-shutoff for when it runs out of water. It also has an essential oil tray, if you’d like to add in some aromatherapy.
Promising review: “Love this humidifier. I can’t say enough good things about it. It is super quiet, easy to set up, and I especially love the essential oil tray. It has truly made a huge difference in the dryness of the air in my house. I am prone to nosebleeds due to a medical condition, and this helped a lot. It’s also very relaxing. You can see the air coming out, as well. That’s definitely a plus. It’s also very pretty lit up.” — Kim Atwood
Price: $54.95 (available in two colors)
A pair of Nike Renew Run sneakers that’ll elevate your ride with sturdy support, durable traction, and lightweight cushioning.
Promising review: ” I am a nurse and work 12-hour shifts. When I wore my shoes for the first time, it felt like I was walking on a cushion. The shoes felt so good on my feet after finishing my shift. I like how the shoes look on my feet. These shoes are stylish, colorful, comfortable and lightweight. I’m glad I purchased these shoes!” — T Nichols
Price: $55+ (available in women’s sizes 5–12 and 17 colors).
A cordless rechargeable hair clipper to make the dreaded task of denuding your furry companion a little easier. Reviewers rave about how quiet it is and how easy it is to use.
It’s rechargeable and comes with six blade guards. It’s pretty quiet — about the same noise level as a quiet conversation in an empty room.
Promising review: “I bought this clipper to use on my blind, longhair Persian cat. She was incredibly matted and I had been been neglecting her, dreading the shaving process. I had a different clipper that did not work well and got snagged in her fur. When we used this clipper, it was a breeze! It was extremely quiet, clipped easily through her fur, and didn’t freak her out. We were able to do her whole body at one time, instead of in spurts. I would highly recommend this clipper. It’s great!” — Nancy Z
Price: $33.99+ (available in four colors)
A Dremel cordless pet nail groomer/grinder that’s less intimidating than clippers. It uses 60-grit sandpaper to gently shave down your pet’s nails.
60-grit sandpaper is just tad rougher than the coarse side on a human-type nail file.
Promising review: “I have two Chihuahuas who absolutely hate nail clipping. They get scared and they flinch in the middle of the clipping, which could be dangerous. It was extremely frustrating and exhausting. This product is AMAZING. The dogs look way more comfortable and calmer. The sound is not bad at all, and when it’s on the low setting, it grinds pretty fast. After three hours of charging, I used it for at least 30 minutes to trim nails of those two chihuahuas and no sign of slowing down or running out of battery.” — Jbeanie
The famous O-Cedar spin mop, because it has a microfiber head that picks up dirt and debris like nobody’s business. Plus, it comes with a bucket with a built-in foot-operated spinner that allows for hands-free wringing.
Also, people don’t talk about this much, but the bucket is way easier to move and handle than most, even when full. I have a *terrible* back (thanks, genetics!), so this one small fact is a huge a lifesaver.
Promising review: “Okay, so ever since finding this mop on Amazon, I’ve been excited to try it. In a market of sub-par household cleaning devices, this thing ROCKS! I love this mop so much, I mopped my whole house twice in a row. This mop picks up everything off the floor. Even pebbles that can be left on the floor in corners and pet hair. The wringer is PERFECT. I do a two-step process where I first start by getting the floor sopping wet, then I go back through with the mop as dry as I can get it. My floors are completely dry in about five minutes. LOVE LOVE LOVE! Please buy this mop!” — Dillon B.
A pair of glowing LED bands so you can be seen better when you’re working out in the dark. Each band can be worn on either the arm or ankle for optimum visibility. And they’re not glow-in-the-dark — they’re actually battery-powered, and have integrated LEDs that light them up.
Visibility is important, so keep yourself safe with these bands, which can be set to flash or glow continuously.
Promising review: “This product was a gift for my daughter, who sometimes walks her dog in the evening and to my grandson, who sometimes runs at dusk. They both report their pleasure with the product. ‘It works well’ was the comment. It’s bright, comfortable and did I say it’s bright! I’m thinking of getting another color and letting them add on to their safety color palette.” — Jed
Price: $12.99 (available in two styles and nine colors)
A KitchenAid 6-quart stand-lift mixer because you’ve binge-watched all 11 seasons of The Great British Baking Show and now all you want is to make bread worthy of a Hollywood Handshake. This is the professional model, which has a bigger capacity (enough to make 24 bagels!) and is more durable than the standard 5-quart tilt-head. Reviewers say this tried-and-true workhorse merits the splurge for sure.
You definitely ~knead~ to buy this. Incidentally, it makes kneading bread dough way less work, and the same thing goes for mixing and whipping. And with 10 attachments, from food grinders to pasta makers, the possibilities for this thing are almost endless.
I’ve had this one for about a decade. I like it way better than the tilt-head I got my mom for Christmas 15 years ago (which, like mine, is still going strong!).
Promising review: “I just got my KitchenAid Pro 600 and have already made a quick bread, just to try it out. I already love it. The mixing and stirring was so easy. I ordered the flex edge beater, too, after my niece recommended it. I’m glad I did. It’s super easy to clean up. Just wipe it down and you’re done. I’ve read reviews that say it’s loud. It’s loud, even on a slow speed, but so what?!? It’s pricey. But I think it’s worth it. It’s going to make cooking and baking easier. My imperial red one looks beautiful in my kitchen. I’m looking forward to making cookies today and then on to making bread. I wish I’d gotten one years ago.” — Dana Gorman
Price: $529.95+ (available in five colors)
A tube of Petrodex dog toothpaste to reduce plaque buildup in your fur baby’s mouth. And it’s poultry-flavored, which reviewers say makes toothbrushing time a delicious pleasure for even the finickiest canines.
If you’ve ever tried to brush a dog’s teeth, you’ll know that if you say the pup “somewhat stands it,” you might as well be saying they “tolerate it with a cultivated sense of peace I both admire and envy.”
Promising review: “This toothpaste actually works! Our dog hates getting his teeth brushed, but he can actually somewhat stand it when I brush his teeth with this toothpaste. It’s clear that he enjoys the taste of it because he always wants to lick the toothbrush. I started using this toothpaste for our dogs everyday, twice per day, for about one week and then used a dental scraper tool and nearly all the plaque from their teeth came off. I did NOT have to scrape very hard at all, and was very careful so I didn’t harm their gums.” — April
Price: $8.77 or Subscribe & Save for $8.33
A Lee denim jacket that will stand the test of time — which you’ll realize after you wear it nearly every day, because of how darn cute it is. And there are 10 colors to choose from!
it has button closures and is machine washable.
Promising review: “I adore this jacket! It fits perfectly. I like wearing the sleeves rolled up, but when I wear them down they are more than long enough and I have really long arms. This can be worn with dresses, jeans, whatever! It’s the perfect color!” — Stacy
Price: $31.50+ (available in sizes XS–XL and 10 colors)
A set of push-up stands with an up to 400-pound capacity, for home workouts with a bigger range of motion and higher impact.
Promising review: “I’ve been doing push-ups with regular fixed bars and have had decent results. I just got this and I can feel a huge difference in the range of motions of each workout (BURN)! Doing different ranges of motions with my pushups will definitely boost my performance and muscle gain. I’d HIGHLY recommend this product to anyone wanting max results with calisthenic workouts!” — Jermaine Smith
And! A Kettle Gryp that’ll give your sweaty hands a *lift* during strength training workouts. Place it around a dumbbell, close it up, and bam! You can now do a kettlebell workout with any ordinary weight *and* never have to worry about dropping a weight.
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Promising review: “I’ve been looking for a product like this for a while. My career requires me to be a road warrior, traveling every week Monday–Thursday and staying at hotels. Most hotels have at least dumbbells, but very few have kettle bells. This worked like a charm and I was able to bang out kettle bell swings, no problem. I had previously looked at a competing product but never bit the bullet and bought it — that one is made out of cast iron, weighed nearly 8 pounds, and cost around $150. I found this product on Amazon and not only is it dramatically cheaper, it is plastic and easily fits in my airline roll-a-board carry on. Product feels solid while in use. The dumb bell does not slip or move at all within the handle. Between this product and the TRX Go, I have a portable gym that fits into my carry on and allows me to have a great workout even if I’m stuck in hotel with a terrible gym.” — Dennis
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A two-pack of Weiman streak-free stainless steel wipes so your appliances can get some lovin’. These will remove residue, water marks, and grease. They also leave behind a protective barrier to prevent future smudges!
Promising review: “Wow! I call these my miracle-in-a-can wipes. These things are awesome. Buy them and cut down your cleaning time to just minutes. I used two and was able to clean my stove, refrigerator and microwave. What a great product. No buyer’s remorse here.” — Richard J. Jackson
A Weber charcoal grill that reviewers rave is the holy grail of barbequeing. It’s solid as a rock and can cook 13 hamburgers at once. It’s not the cheapest, but everyone says you get what you pay for with this one.
Even as a loyal
KOTH fan, I’ll admit it: sometimes you want to taste the meat and the heat.
Promising review: “Bought this grill a week or so ago in preparation for a family get together/house warming, and absolutely love it. I t has a very wide cooking surface, which is more than enough to hold a full rack of pork spareribs. It assembled in less than 10 minutes, and has a nice solid and reliable feel to it. So far, I’ve cooked a whole rack of ribs and grilled a few pork chops and steaks. All of them turned out excellent, and each was cooked to perfection without me having to do anything other than cut and serve. The only downside I can think of is the lack of a hinged grate, but that is an easy upgrade for $20, and it just gives me an excuse to buy more accessories for this beast of a grill (and there are accessories galore for this baby). It’s well worth the price, is made of quality materials, and best of all, it can cook food good enough for royalty.” — Jeff Hill
Price: $119+ (available with or without a cover)
A package of Burt’s Bees dander-reducing wipes so you can deep condition your cat’s coat and reduce flaky skin at the same time. The wipes are adored by reviewers with older cats and allergies.
They’re cruelty-, sulfate-, and paraben-free, and pH Balanced for cats.
Promising review: My elderly cat has some difficulty grooming these days, so I ordered these wipes, figuring it couldn’t hurt to try them, even if the glowing claims were exaggerated. But let me just say, these babies work like a charm. Dandruff is gone! Soft, kitten-y fur in its place. I’m impressed. And my allergies have subsided significantly.” — KKB
Price: $5.09+ or Subscribe & Save for $5.09+ (available in four sizes)
Promising review: “BEST AMAZON SWIMSUIT!! I’ve ordered tons of Amazon swimsuits and this is the winner because it doesn’t make my boobs look saggy and it makes me feel good! The product is very well made, AND it has adjustable straps!!! I will 100% be ordering another one!!!!!” — Ramsey6
Price: $18.99+ (available in sizes S–XL and 31 colors)
A cooling mattress topper that’s going to make it even harder to get out of bed in the morning.
Think of me with gratitude every time this makes you late for work. By the way, yes, it is machine-washable.
Promising review: “I had a very expensive and thick mattress cover. After buying a cooling mattress, it was still not cooling through it. I bought this and it has made a world of difference. Fits the California king mattress and stays in place. I would buy it again.” — Amazon customer
Price: $19.79+ (available in six sizes)
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