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21 Awesome Products From Amazon To Put On Your Wishlist

Wine plungers, lion manes, panda sandwich cutters, and 18 other things you’ll want to add to your wish list ASAP.

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Psst! Amazon has a section featuring products that people put on their wish lists and registries most often.

Here are some of the coolest and most useful products from that section this week:

1. A lion mane that will let your pet pursue its dreams of becoming king of the jungle.

Promising Review: "Your cat will hate it. You, however, will love it. Scout found the lion mane to be very embarrassing and made several threats on my life. She looked super cute though. The mane fits well, looks just like the pictures, and seems reasonably well made." —Marcus

Price: $15.95

2. A wine bottle stopper that you should also buy in case of bathroom emergencies.

Promising Review: "This product is a little too small for my toilet. After trying it out a few times, I decided to just use it for some wine. Works great for that." —Mike C.

Price: $7.54

3. A six-pack of fleece leggings because winter is coming and being cold sucks.

Promising Review: "These leggings are an exceptional buy! When I first opened the package, I feared they were too small. However, they stretched beautifully and they're NOT thin!!" —irishize

Price: $29.95

4. A breakfast sandwich maker that will motivate you to put down the cereal box and make a filling breakfast.

Promising Review: "It's kind of embarrassing to admit, but this actually affected my quality of life. I love breakfast sandwiches and I have them most mornings now." —BD

Price: $24

5. A DIY candy-making set that lets you create candy sushi rolls.

Promising Review: "I saw this on YouTube from a friend, and had to get it right away. It shipped super fast, as per usual. I had so much fun making this candy, it tastes awesome, and the textures are really cool too. The instructions are really easy to follow due to the pictures and colors, so you don't need to be able to read Japanese to follow along. Super cute and fun." —Erin P. Weathers

Price: $3.80

6. A night-light that is not recommended for young werewolves.

Promising Review: "I bought this moon night light as a present for my roommate's 30th birthday. The light it gives off is bright enough to illuminate the empty beer cans that populate his room, but dark enough to hide the shame of a decade's worth of missed opportunities. This product is probably more suitable for children." —Alan C. Saunders

Price: $16.99

7. A Roku smart TV that lets you stream Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Amazon, and more.

Promising Review: "Picked this up for my mom and she is so happy with it. She won't stop talking about how much she loves it." —Shelia M Roberts

Price: $169.99

8. A ring set that you should treat yourself to ASAP.

Promising Review: "Wonderful rings! As someone who is a fan of fun fashion costume jewelry, this was the perfect purchase! It's very affordable, and you get so many rings! The variety of sizes give you options to wear the rings on different fingers, including small rings for pinkies or knuckles. The turquoise stones seem securely attached, and are a vivid color. The silver is thick enough to not bend or warp. I've worn them constantly for about two weeks, and the rings haven't turned my fingers green or displayed any sign of cheapness!" —GlitterSpaz

Price: $7.78

9. A mattress topper that would have solved SO many problems in The Princess and the Pea.

Promising Review: "If I could give this a six-star rating, I would. Last night, I slept eight straight hours before waking up rested and refreshed this morning. I have not slept eight hours straight in a very long time. The Sleep Innovations model seems to be the perfect answer." —Amazon_Customer

Price: $199.99

10. Amazon Echo Dot uses the voice of Alexa to set alarms, play music, read news, and more.

Promising Review: "It's $50 worth of fun for an old man. Grandkids love it also. Treat yourself." —Donn

Price: $50

11. A panda sandwich cutter that transforms your boring BLT into an adorable work of art.

Promising Review: "This is perfect. I make tons of sandwiches ahead of time and put them in the freezer, like Smuckers Uncrustables. I stamp the bread first, before assembling and pressing the sandwich together. I've also tried different breads and found that potato bread is wide enough to avoid the crust and seems to have the least amount of air bubbles in the loaves. It also compacts best for squishing the bread together for the printed face and the sealed side. I also save all the crusts and put those in the empty bread bags in the freezer. When have about two loaves worth of crusts, I make a French toast casserole!" —Kindle Customer

Price: $9.88

12. A well-known Stephen King novel about clowns because, well, they seem to be making quite a comeback.

Promising Review: "I love Stephen King's writing and the way he can pull you into the story and characters. This, like many other books I've read of his, accomplishes just that. I hope the movie coming out next year does it justice. I enjoyed the made for TV miniseries and think it'll be hard to top Tim Curry, but I have hope. If you haven't read this one, do yourself a favor and come back to Derry." —Jacob McMurtry

Price: $12.27

13. A hairstyling storage chest that will end worldwide panic about whether the curling iron was turned off.

Promising Review: "I love that I can put my hot curling iron in the metal tubes, walk out of the room, and leave the house without worrying about burning or melting something. This product is actually larger than what I thought it would be and is very useful." —Gwendy Chamberlain

Price: $36.05

14. A chocolate bar maker for those who aspire to be the next Willy Wonka.

Promising Review: "This is a surprisingly nice little chocolate making set! My 9-year-old has spent several hours dreaming up and creating chocolate combinations. There are several molds, two-sided patterned stamps, and even little candy wrapper bags to put your finished chocolate bars in. There is a brochure inside with suggestions for candy bars and add-ins, but you quickly find out you're not limited to those combinations and branching out on your own is fun." —K. Cruz Oyola

Price: $12.79

15. An anorak parka that will never go out of style.

Promising Review: "First product I've ever ordered online that fit perfectly. I highly recommend!" —Casey Couch

Price: $15.80

16. A towel warmer for people who hate the blast of cold air when stepping out of a hot shower. / Via

Promising Review: "Can't imagine not having one now. Spoiled rotten by the feel of a nice warm towel." —Schamberlin

Price: $84.99

17. A face mask that transforms from gold to white when it's ready to be washed off.

Promising Review: "Love this product and I see results. I have a lot of rosacea on my cheeks, and this product evens it right out. It goes on a shimmery gold, then — as it sets — it changes to a white mud-like consistency. Perfect for me, as I lose track of time doing other things around the house. Washing it off leaves my skin feeling amazing. Other note: I have extremely sensitive skin and have no negative reaction to this mask." —Shannon S

Price: $11.90

18. Men's beanies that will prevent your ears from freezing this winter.

Promising Review: "I love these Carhartt beanies. They are warm and fashionable and a great price! They're about half to a third of the price of many name-brand beanies in department stores and they're so inexpensive that you don't have to worry about getting them messed up at work and it's not a big deal of you lose them. I buy a few new beanies every winter season and always end up going back to the trusted Carhartt. I usually look a bit weird in beanies but this beanie is great for small or large heads." —Caleb

Price: $9.99

19. A science kit filled with interactive experiments for both young kids and adults. Like me.

Promising Review: "Awesome! I bought this kit for my 6-year-old boy's birthday, but the experiments were a ton of fun for the whole family. It's interactive and gets their wheels turning. My 2.5-year-old and 8-year-old both enjoyed participating and watching what would happen next. Plus, most of the experiments could be replicated by purchasing or using products already in your household after you run out of the included ones." —Billy Johnson

Price: $12.02

20. An LED light show that projects a realistic replica of the northern lights.

Promising Review: "It's super pretty and easy to operate! Lots of options. My two oldest girls are disappointed that this is going in the nursery with baby, not in their room!" —Amazon Customer

Price: $21.99

21. Kiki's Delivery Service on DVD (an incredible film you'll watch at least 500 times).

Promising Review: "I stumbled across this movie years ago and instantly fell deeply and madly in love. I'm not the type that has seen every Miyazaki film and has a Totoro stuffed animal sitting on their bed at this very moment (not that there's anything wrong with that), but this movie is so good that sometimes it chokes me up. It's gorgeous, it's rich in story and character and atmosphere, and it's gorgeous. It's gorgeous, it's fun for all ages, and it's also very relaxing to watch. But still exciting. And very pretty." —Greg

Price: $9.99

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The reviews in this post have been edited for length and clarity.

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