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    48 $15-And-Under Things You Probably Aren't Trying That You Should Be

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    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. An effective set of sticky-stake insect traps to keep annoying insects from destroying your beloved plant bbs. These are efficient in catching gnats, fruit flies, and thrips.,

    Promising review: "Holy cow these suckers work! I'm so grossed out by the result, but at the same time I have a sick sense of satisfaction. I used these in my house plants that are breeding fungus gnats like crazy. I used them in conjunction with beneficial nematodes, and they definitely cut down on the number of gnats in our house. Unfortunately I added a new house plant, plus repotted one that had outgrown its prior home, and we are wrapped up in them again. I'm buying another package of sticky traps as soon as I finish this review!" —Megan

    Get it from Amazon for $5.09.

    2. A bottle of Mike's Hot Honey — the perfect combination of sweet and spicy for pizazz your food's been needing. Say hello to your new fave condiment.

    hot honey being poured on pizza

    Promising review: "This is now a staple for my kitchen. How I cooked without it before, I'll never know. Makes the best vinaigrette ever, quick pan sauces for pork, unexpected zip in dozens of dishes. Does it come in gallons? Have given it as hostess gifts several times and everyone gets hooked." —Martha Ronemus

    Read our full review of Mike's Hot Honey.

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99 (for a 12-ounce container).

    3. A massage ball for kneading out the knots and stressed muscle strain your body has been carrying around (because 2020 — duh).

    person holding massage ball

    Promising review: "Amazing. Seriously, buy this. It is the best back massage I’ve ever had. I have trouble with my wrists and hands and can’t massage my husband’s back for very long. This is small and easily fits in my hand. I can give him a great massage without pain. He massaged my back with it as well and it’s phenomenal! I would definitely buy this again and I’ve recommended it to my family." —Mifflinpartyofthree

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99 (available in purple, pink, green, and blue).

    4. A pack of gold snail hydrogel eye patches designed to reduce the appearance of dark circles and to hydrate the under eye area. *Puffy eyes be gone!*

    Rebecca O'Connell / BuzzFeed

    Promising review: "I was pleasantly surprised by this product. For very little, you receive a lot of masks and they really do make an impact. I can tell my under-eye area looks firmer and brighter after I use them. The longer they stay on, the better. Under-eye concealer applies beautifully after using them. The gel patches stick better to my small face than the paper eye patches I’ve tried in the past." —Amanda Blaum

    Read our full review review on PetitfeeGold & Snail Hydrogel Eye Patches here (#3).

    Get it from Amazon for $9.60 (for 60).

    5. A natural toothpaste and tube roller if you're a sucker for some solid typography and aesthetically minimalist packaging (just me?) to keep your pearly whites shiny and plaque-free.

    toothpaste and tube roller

    Promising review: "I love that the metal tube is recyclable. I give this as a gift. It feels fancy. It tastes mildly minty and isn't foamy. It cleans my teeth better than any other toothpaste I've tried, natural or otherwise." —

    Get it from Amazon for $9.95.

    6. A set of divider sticky notes so you can forgo ruining the pages of a book with your scribbly notations.

    Promising review: "These sticky notes are excellent. The colors are quite bright and the tabs are neat and noticeable at any angle. I think every student or teacher should own these, and businesspeople should too. They're extremely useful for taking down important notes, planning, and generally recording important information in a place that won't get lost in your planner or notebook. I'll keep these in my book bag and definitely repurchase as soon as I'm close to running out." —malik

    Get it from Amazon for $3.49 (for 60).

    7. An adjustable phone stand for keeping your phone handy for any video calls that can now be hands-free.

    Promising review: "The stand sits solidly on my desk and I don’t have to worry about it falling over. Very simple and well-thought-our design with the two prongs to make space for the charging cord. The silicone on the stand means I can take the case off of my phone and it will not suffer any cosmetic damage. I like how the stand doesn’t involve any clipping in or snapping together, because that often can damage the phone if it is not in a case. Very simple and useful!" —Ismeh

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    8. A jewelry cleaning pen so your diamonds look just as fab as the day you got them. *Alexa, play "Shiny" from Moana*

    person showcases before and after using jewelry cleaning pen

    Promising review: "I actually don’t understand how this works so well. I used to drop my rings in a bit of watered down Windex, let them soak, then scrub with a soft toothbrush, rinse, and dry. That process took about 15 minutes, and even then my rings, and particularly the stones, were not flawless looking afterwards. I thought it did the job. ENTER DIAMOND DAZZLE STICK! I bought this after reading a BuzzFeed list and now I literally I sound like an infomercial talking about this thing. It’s incredible. First you dispense a little product, and you don’t even have to take your ring off!!! Then you scrub for approximately three seconds, rinse, and BAM!!!! Holy sparkles, Batman. My precious stones have never looked better. Even rings that looked pretty good before, I couldn’t believe how sparkly they were after this. Dazzle is right I guess. Consider me a lifetime customer." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $7.95.

    Check out our in-depth review of the Diamond Dazzle Stick to learn more about why we love it.

    9. A set of cleaning tablets since we've all left our coffee accidentally in our travel cup and need something to remove the stains (oops).

    before during and after using cleaning tablets in coffee cup

    Promising review: "I wasn't sure if this was a gimmick or not. Turns out it works really well. I have four metal thermos-like containers that are used to keep tea warm every day. Over time, the tea stained the insides and was very difficult to remove. I added one of these tablets to the container, filled it with hot water, and let it sit for a few hours. When I came back to rinse it out, I was literally amazed at how clean it was. I think it looked cleaner than when it was new. I called my wife over to show her, and she was equally impressed. Awesome product!" —Robert A Moreno II

    Get it from Amazon for $8 (for 12).

    10. A four-way brush cleaner that'll help you get rid of unwanted stains that may magically show up on your shoes. 👠,

    The welt surface can be used on heavy scuff marks and stains, nylon bristles for light scuffs, arched half circle for rounded corners, while the thin protruding brush is ideal for getting those hard-to-reach nooks and crannies.

    Promising review: "I was really sad when I thought my bucks were at the end of their road, because I had always heard that suede couldn't be cleaned. With this brush and a little elbow grease, my bucks are looking great again! I didn't use any water or cleaner, I just kept wiping the brush off on my jeans to keep the brush clean, then hit the shoe again with a clean surface. It even brightened the leather up a bit." —Roberto

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99.

    11. A produce-saving container — AKA your new produce-saving grace so you don't have to worry about your fresh berries going un-fresh at a rapid rate.

    Amazon, Natalie Brown / BuzzFeed

    Promising review: "Oh my gosh, these work! I went on a 10-day trip to visit my mom and left my husband home with asparagus, strawberries, and spinach in the containers. He ate some of all of them, but there was plenty left when I got back and they were in perfect condition! I couldn’t believe it! These will save us a lot of money not throwing away food because we couldn’t get through it fast enough. (We shop at Costco and get large containers of produce.) These are TOTALLY worth getting and I will be getting a few more sizes. Excellent product!!!" —Elizabeth Walter

    Get it from Amazon for $10.69+ (available in six sizes and combos).

    Check out our full review of these Rubbermaid produce saver containers.

    12. An essential oil stick to help prevent migraines that also features a cooling sensation. Peppermint, spearmint and lavender therapeutic grade oils make up the headache-aiding ingredients in this roll-on must-have.

    A BuzzFeeder holding the lipstick-sized headache stick
    Katy Herman / BuzzFeed

    Read our review of the Migrastil headache relief stick!

    Promising review: "I have had tension and migraine headaches for around 20 years. I have tried everything. OTC medication, prescription medication, pain injections, chiropractor etc... This topical oil has given me relief for nearly six weeks now. I have only had two to three headaches in that time, and they were mild. I ordered more already so I have some in my car and at home, and I bought some for two of my friends who suffer from chronic migraines. I would recommend this product to anyone with migraines. It is phenomenal." —Mary D.

    Get it from Amazon for $11.99.

    13. A pack of reusable stainless-steel straws so you can be more sustainable, waste less, and also save the cute lil' sea turtles.,

    Promising review: "The little rubber bumpers are a must! I really love them. Not only do they help tell straws apart but they protect your teeth and lips and I feel comfortable letting a toddler drink from them as well." —Jamie Lynn

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99 (for an eight-pack).

    14. A 2-inch blind-spot mirror for placing on your car's mirrors to make for a less anxiety-inducing ride. Merging lanes just got easier.

    blind-spot mirror on rearview car mirror

    Promising review: "I bought these for my car and my mom's a while back and these little things are great. Since I got my license I've hated merging or switching lanes; I never felt good or safe doing it. Since having these it's been a blessing — I feel less like a scared new driver. I'm currently encouraging my sister and friends to invest in these too! These are also great for backing up, because you can see exactly how close you are to hitting the car behind, and it's helpful when I parallel park in the city." —Mariam Abass

    Get a pair from Amazon for $7.97.

    15. An adjustable blind duster to clean tough-to-reach places like blinds and car vents from the rogue dust that can start to build up over time.

    blind duster cleaning the blinds

    Promising review: "OK I'll be honest, I ordered this because of the price. After reviewing several other options and having been disappointed with previous dusters I've had, I figured why spend more money on something that isn't going to work? So I ordered the least expensive option but WOW does this little tool rock!!!! It's very easy to use and clean. It does a fantastic job of cleaning and dusting the blinds and gets ALL of the crud off of them. My blinds haven't been this clean since the day they were first installed. VERY happy with purchase." —Amazon Shopper

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99 (available in two colors).

    16. A pack of backseat headrest hangers in case you need a designated spot to keep your bags since keeping them on the floor is a recipe for dump-over disasters. (Ever try to clean up your floor from your cosmetics spilling out all over the floor when you hung a right turn? YEP.)

    headrest hanger holding up a handbag

    Promising review: "I purchased these so my purse would not tumble off the car seat and so I can hang plastic bags that hold my groceries. I have one facing forward and one facing backwards. I hang my purse on the forward-facing one and hang bags on the rear-facing one. They worked great." —Mattie

    Get it from Amazon for $7.95 (for a pair; available in beige and black).

    17. A sheet of stick-on sound dampeners — perfect for placing on cabinet doors so they don't slam shut in a thunderous bang when you're sneaking off to grab some snacks at 2 am.,

    Promising review: "These work very well to dampen the sounds of my idiot roommates slamming cabinet doors at all hours of the day. Just make sure you're wiping down the part of the cabinet they'll stick to before applying them. The adhesive is good and should hold for a while." —LMA

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99 (for a sheet of 100)

    18. A 12-piece stencil kit if you're interested in trying out bullet journaling and need somewhere to start.


    Promising review: "The stencils are just the right weight, the plastic is thin enough to be flexible and thick enough to not distort while you are tracing. The size is perfect to tuck right into an envelope in the back of my journal. I used a fine-tip marker, and had no problems with getting a consistent line." —Dr. Joyce

    Get it from Amazon for $5.99.

    (Find more tips and tricks for bullet journaling here!)

    19. A coconut lip scrub for the perfect pout that's hydrated and exfoliated.

    coconut lip scrub

    It's vegan and cruelty-free.

    Promising review: "My lips have been so extremely chapped for the past few months from biting my lips constantly and from the harsh weather conditions. I would constantly moisturize my lips with whatever I had (lip balms, Vaseline, you name it) and NOTHING was working, so I knew that it was time to start looking into lip scrubs. I have to say that my lips haven't felt so soft like this in so long. On the container it says to use a pea-size amount, and that really is all you need. A little really goes a long way. If you are someone who doesn't want (or doesn't have the resources) to make a homemade scrub then — coming from a current college student who definitely doesn't have the resources or time to make their own — get this and it will be worth it!! —Shaneil

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    20. A charcoal-based toothpaste that's satisfyingly gross scrubbing on your teeth, but will have your teeth whiter with each brush.,

    Promising review: "Love love love it! It made my mouth feel clean and fresh — and my teeth have been whitened!! I've tried the powder charcoal teeth whitener and I hated it. This product is amazing!" —Misty O'Brien-Barques

    Get it from Amazon for $4.74.

    21. A cord wrap so you can stop wrestling with your laptop and phone cords that end up in a knotted mess more than you'd like to admit.

    cord wrap holding together phone cord

    Promising review: "My sister-in-law is a busy mom with a bunch of kids and barely any time to get ready. So when I heard she was always misplacing her earbuds and that was eating into her gym time, I hopped onto Amazon and grabbed her the cutest earbud organizer I could find. She loves it, and it really helps because she can tuck it in her bag and even attach it to some of her workout bags." —TheOrdinaryHiker

    Get it from Amazon for $5.99 (available in seven colors).

    22. A clean/dirty magnet to adhere on your dishwasher so no one will put dirty plates in with the clean ones (gross).

    clean and dirty magnet on dishwasher

    Get it from Amazon for $5.31.

    23. A terra-cotta bear doodad you can drop in your brown sugar to extend its freshness.,

    Promising review: "After going through multiple containers for my brown sugar and continuously throwing my brown sugar away due to giant hard lumps, I began to wonder why our brown sugar never lumped as a child. And that's when I remembered a weird brown bear in our sugar. After a quick Google search I found this! I soaked it in water for 30 minutes and then added to my lumpy brown sugar. Two days later there is not a single lump in my sugar! Yay!" —Sneezeloaf

    Get it from Amazon for $5.50.

    24. A Poo-Pourri toilet spray so you can feel confident when using the restroom. Keep this guy in your purse or in your bathroom at home to avoid any unwanted lingering smells.

    Poo-Pourri before-you-go spray in original citrus scent

    Promising review: "One bathroom in an apartment just isn't enough for two adults with a healthy colon. Enter Poo-Pourri. It is very fresh and not overpowering. It is not synthetic smelling. With most room sprays, you end up just smelling flowery poo. This masks the smell completely. I can walk in the bathroom 30 seconds after my boyfriend and only smell lemon." —Allison H

    Get a two-ounce bottle from Amazon for $9.98 (available in 20 scents).

    25. A book of New York Times crossword puzzles to keep your mind sharp and your IQ up with its tricky clues.

    crossword puzzle book

    Promising review: "I do a lot of crosswords. Spiral binding should be the only way crossword books are made, and this one fits the bill. NYT offers the best crosswords in my opinion, and this book — while easier then many other NYT Monday crossword books — is fun because it offers more relevant clues to what is going on now in the world. Keep them coming!" —Ryan McCaslin

    Get it from Amazon for $11.69.

    26. A pack of large foam letters — ideal for bath tub time with young ones who need a little coercing to take a bath.

    child in bath using foam letters

    Promising review: "I purchased these letters with the mesh bag for my 1-year-old's birthday. He clearly needed bathtub toys and he loves chunky letter magnets, so I thought I'd give these large letters a try. I'm so glad I did! He's far from easy on them and he bites them with his four teeth (two top, two bottom). The indents that his teeth leave correct themselves quickly and they're plenty big enough not to be a choking hazard as is. Please realize that they pose a risk if torn apart, but babies, even with this ability, obviously shouldn't be left unsupervised in the tub anyway. Even so, pulling them apart, even with toddler teeth, won't be easy because they are very sturdy and dense." —April Reyne

    Get it from Amazon for $8.99.

    27. A travel case of mint dental flossers you can keep in your car or handbag when that random poppy seed gets stuck in your tooth after your morning bagel.

    mint floss picks

    Promising review: "I purchased this to keep in my purse zipper compartment for 'emergencies' aka getting something stuck in between my teeth, such as pepper, lettuce, herbs, whatever. I can go to the powder room and remove whatever it is. I feel better having these in tow. We love Plackers for use here at home, which make flossing easy. With age, it just seems things tend to get stuck more, and these are a great idea to have along, just for in case. I can refill the case if I do end up needing to use them. The case is easy to open and close and feels like it will stay closed well in my purse. These are a great idea!" —Small~Town~Girl

    Get it from Amazon for $0.99.

    28. A Crabtree & Evelyn Buff + Invigorate Bar if you're ever short on time in the shower and need a quick way to cleanse and exfoliate at the same time. This bar will be your new fave multi-tasker.

    buff and invigorate body bar
    Crabtree & Evelyn

    Promising review: "Great addition to the early morning routine. Lathers great, has a neutral smells which is great with a gentle exfoliation." —David T.

    Get it from Crabtree & Evelyn for $15.

    29. A mini Milk Makeup Kush Mascara infused with hemp-derived cannabis seed oil that'll have your lashes *high* in length and chock full of volume.

    Person holding kush mascaras

    Promising review: "I originally got this as a sample for my birthday and I must say, the sample made me fall in love and buy the full size! I was a little skeptical because of the super large wand, I’m not usually a fan of those, but this mascara for sure made my jaw drop. My lashes were so full and voluminous when I used this and honestly, it might be a little early to drop the HG, but I can definitely see this as a staple in my routine and repurchasing once I’ve used it all up. HIGHLY recommend! I don’t have any issues with flaking or clumps." —HannahJRy

    Get it from Sephora for $12.

    30. A scalp massager shampoo brush so you can get right down to the root and enjoy a nice head massage while you're lathering.

    Promising review: "I'm sitting here stunned an hour later at how good I feel. I didn't realize the extent to which my scalp bothered me before until now. Even my hair looks better, which is a bonus I wasn't expecting." —C

    Get it from Amazon for $8.59+ (available in light green, pink, and purple).

    31. A grill scrubber so you can say buh-bye to stuck on grease stains that tend to stay on the grill far longer than they should be.

    grill scrubber cleaning grill stains

    Promising review: "My grill accumulated a lot of crud as a result of many cookouts. I tried to keep it as clean as possible with a wire brush and various cleaning pads and cleaners. I never could get the rack and grates to look like new. There was always a layer of permanent food residue, carbon, and other debris that defied removal. I decided to give the Magic Stone Grill Cleaner a shot. Surprise! Surprise! This is truly a magic stone. It removed everything from the grill parts that I worked on and left them looking like new. The cleaning process did put grooves in the bottom of the stone and that helped to get the sides cleaned off as well." —Duffer.

    Get it from Amazon for $6.94.

    32. A beginner's guide to calligraphy if you want to practice your hand lettering skills and eventually write snail mail to all your pals showing off your new talent.

    handlettering book

    Promising review: "I LOVE this book!! I’ve wanted to improve my penmanship and learn modern calligraphy and lettering for a looooong time. I thought I’d give this book a try and I’m so confident in my lettering now. I’m excited to create my own projects and show off my new skills!!" —KHenderson

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99.

    33. A set of Scotch-Brite heavy duty scour pads to deep clean hard-to-remove stains on items such as gardening tools and cookware. These will tackle those baked on sauce stains from the pasta pan you used last night...

    Person uses scour pads to clean gardening tool

    Promising review: "These are the only pads I use for my pots and pans. They will not scratch your cookware or bakeware. I have used them for over 30 years and I love them. Don't use off-brand as they are not the same." —Amazon reviewer

    Get a pack of 8 from Amazon for $10.40.

    34. A grout pen because the nooks and crannies between your bathroom tile can get gunky over time. This will have them looking fresh in no time.

    grout pen used to clean tiles

    Promising review: "These things are awesome! I cleaned my bathroom tile grout first because the lady that lived there before me really let it go. A few places stayed stained and I was worried it wouldn't cover them, but all grout areas are bright white and look new now!" —donna c. turnage

    Get it from Amazon for $8.99 (available in three colors).

    35. A pair of genius pull strings because getting up in the middle of the night to turn the fan on and getting the light string instead is the absolute bane of your existence.

    pull strings on ceiling fan

    Promising review: "This is pretty much the cutest thing I've ever not needed but HAD TO HAVE! I love these and they look great. I was surprised with the quality and expected it to not quite match the picture (glass-half-empty type, I guess) but they really are adorable and look nice." —Jamie L. Landuyt

    Get it from Amazon for $5.99+ (available in nickel and bronze).

    36. A collagen hair mask to help repair color treated or damaged hair by bringing life and hydration back into your daily shower routine.

    before and after using collagen hair mask

    Promising review: "My hair hasn't been this soft since I was a child. The most amazing part is that while it adds luster and softness, my hair isn't greasy at all. I have straight hair that has become damaged/frizzy from coloring and highlighting. I LOVE this conditioner." —Nancy

    Get it from Amazon for $7.40.

    Check out our full review of Elizavecca CER-100 Collagen Coating Hair Protein Treatment (#1).

    37. A pet-grooming glove brush — ideal for any animal that needs to be rid of their loose fur (and would probs enjoy a nice scratch and massage sesh while you're at it).

    golden retriever having owner brush with grooming pet brush

    Promising review: "This glove is perfect for our one kitty who hates to be brushed. Our family recently added kitty number three, a big beautiful long-haired Maine Coon who despises being brushed or bathed. It was such a struggle as fine cat hair started taking over our life. Honestly, I did not think this grooming glove would work, but let me just say it is wonderful. Our kitty Nicki just loves the feeling it gives him, and we love the astounding amount of kitty his hair that is now in the glove and not on every surface in our home. Thank you wonderful seller. We LOVE this glove." —Colleen5991

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99.

    38. A foot massage roller for improving blood flow circulation and relieving body aches. Roll your feet on here whenever they're feeling a bit run-down post workout.

    Promising review: "This roller is everything. I have planter fasciitis. My pain used to be so bad I limped for a year. I had to wear tape for six months. I got better by rolling my foot with a tennis ball or a frozen bottle of water but it took a year. This roller has completely eliminated the pain in itself. It goes so deep into the tissue band. I use to have pain when I got out of bed or whenever I went on long walks but not anymore." —Mari

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    39. An avocado slicer because no one wants to tango with the death that can sometimes be cutting up an avocado with a knife.

    avocado being sliced with slicer

    Promising review: "Avocado? Yes, Please! This tool is awesome. Easy to cut open the fruit. Pit remover works well, just push onto the pit and give it a twist, and the pit pops right out. The best part is the slicer. Makes beautiful slices for a great presentation. The tool can then be used to scrape any remaining fruit out of the skin. Really happy I bought this tool!" —NPR MAN

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    40. A sworn-by Magic Eraser so the pasta sauce that's baked onto your stove top can finally take a hike.

    magic eraser removing pasta sauce stains from stovetop

    Promising review: "Basically the best cleaning tool ever. Walls, counters, sinks, toys, you name it, I've used a Magic Eraser on it. We have a light-color sink basin in the kitchen and I use these once a week to keep it sparkling white. I used to have to use heavy-duty cleaner but just a quick wipe down with the Magic Eraser and it's good as new!" —seven4eleven

    Get it from Amazon for $9.34 (for a four-pack).

    Plus, check out our picks for the best sponges on BuzzFeed Reviews.

    41. An overflow drain cover so you can enjoy a few more inches of bath water during your luxurious soaks. I legitimately need this for my bath so my upper body isn't freezing anymore.

    Drain cover in bath tub

    Promising review: "We just moved into a new home and the bathtubs are *SO* shallow. My soul was slowly being ripped to pieces while soaking in a measly 7" of water. Devastating! It will be a while until we can afford to remodel the bathrooms, so I needed to find an alternative solution before I cracked. This product seriously improved the quality of my life. It's a softer, malleable plastic than I originally thought, but convenient for different shaped tubs since it will mold easier. All I have to do to turn my nightmare tub into a dream was to run the suction cups under the faucet and snap the suction cups into place over the bath drain. It was so easy! I got an instant 5" more of water!! Crowds applauded and cried, it was beautiful. After each bath I remove the drain cover and hang it from my shower caddy to dry out." —Rachael

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99 (available in four colors).

    42. A Thaw Claw that'll defrost meat up to seven times faster by simply suctioning it to the bottom of the sink and placing the meat under the claw. It's time to forgo the microwave thaw (which just ends up weirdly cooking your food anyway).


    This product is perfect for any sink type so you don't have to worry about fit!

    Promising review: "A package of frozen meat would have taken at least two days to thaw in the fridge. I used this for a 2-pound package a couple of days ago, and the meat was thawed within 90 minutes. One of the most practical kitchen gadgets I own." —Llda Schellhase

    Get it from Amazon for $12.95

    43. An LED light beanie that is USB chargeable you can wear for nightly runs to ensure you're seeing exactly where you're going, and oncoming vehicles can see you.

    Person wearing LED light beanie

    Promising review: "Hat is very comfortable, breathable. I tend to sweat wearing any hats and the fabric doesn’t do that for me. The light is really bright and haven’t found a reason to use it yet but it’s great to know if I need it, it’s there. I will update in the future if there’s more to say. Get it. Price is a steal." —Andrew Newhook

    Get it from Amazon for $12.99, available in 10 colors).

    44. An art supply holder for making organizing your pencils, brushes, and pens a breeze.

    art supplies organizer

    Promising review: "I have too many pens, markers, and pencils. I bought two of these to see if I needed a better organizational system for them. These holders told me that I do, and I am so glad I made this purchase. It does not take up much room on a desk and is extremely easy to assemble." —Star Child

    Get it from Amazon for $7.96.

    45. A pair of Spatty Daddy spatulas because there's so much wasted product that can be trapped into the abyss that is the back of the tube — these spatulas will help you save every last drop.

    Spatula used to get additional product out of tube

    Promising review: "Love the Spatty and Spatty Daddy! They are the PERFECT tools for use in getting the remaining quantity of make-up, lotion, condiments, or whatever out of most bottles, large and small. I hate, hate, hate wasting product. I have been wanting something like this for years." —DMD

    Get a 2-pack from Amazon for $11.99.

    46. A car emergency escape tool you'll want to keep in every single one of your family members' cars. It features a seatbelt cutter and window breaker.


    Promising review: "I ordered this cute safety tool on a bit of a whim while looking for accessories for my new car. Of course, I'll admit, as a girl who loves pink, the color caught my attention first, but upon looking at it and being an independent woman who is most often alone in my car I thought having this safety tool might not be such a bad idea. It arrived in a timely manner and looks exactly like the picture. The window breaker feature seems to be good quality. My boyfriend is a police officer and he was impressed with the quality, he even assured me that if I were attacked I could use this tool and more than likely cause skull damage. I feel great knowing that I have this safety tool in my center console if I should, heaven forbid, ever need it." —Kindle Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99 (available in two colors).

    47. A double USB car charger so you and your passengers can all charge their phones at the same time.

    Car USB double port charger

    Promising review: "I needed a USB charger for my car that would fit in a cigarette lighter port, that would also allow for the ashtray to be closed. I saw that this one was short and would be sort of flushed. I put it in the car as soon as I got it this afternoon and it looks great. Perfect fit. The ashtray closes with no problem even with a charging cord attached to it." —I.M. Adams

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99.

    48. And a desktop mini vacuum because it's about time you cleaned out the dust trapped inside your keyboard and under your mouse pad...

    Promising review: "I love how convenient it is! Makes my life just a little bit easier and allows me to be just a little bit lazier. Also, it's pretty darn cute so it doesn't stand out or look awkward sitting on my nightstand next to my bed. I am (currently) one of those sad, single ladies that likes to munch in bed while binge-watching the latest show I have discovered. I have black sheets so the crumbs and other random bits that get into the bed stick out like a sore thumb. This little ladybug helps it seem like I have my ish together and don't eat every meal in bed." —Natasha

    Get it from Amazon for $8.99+ (available in four colors).

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