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20 Awesome Products From Amazon To Put On Your Wish List

An umbrella for your dog, pit paste, bandages that resemble bacon, and 17 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. An umbrella that comes with a leash so you can guard your pets from the rain like the royalty they are.

Promising Review: "My dog hates getting wet and won't walk in the rain, so this has worked perfectly for us! Plus, it takes out the smell of wet dog and keeps him dry." —Amazon Customer

Price: $14.99

2. Ankle booties that you will want to wear every single day of your life.,

Promising Review: "If you're considering buying these, stop considering. BUY THEM. They are true to size, they are warm, the color looks the same as in the photo, and they are great quality. You will not regret this purchase!" —Jazzmyne Johnson

Price: $23.78

3. Edible butterflies that can make any baked good spread its wings.

Promising Review: "If you are thinking of mayyyyybe buying these, DO IT. These little butterflies are awesome, the colors are beautiful, and they are ridiculously easy to manipulate. I'm trying to think of a reason to buy more. Can I work them into my son's first birthday party? Can I top my supper dish with them? Lasagna and butterflies might be gorgeous..." —Jada

Price: $12.45

4. Sloth drink markers that make it easy to distinguish your glass.

Promising Review: "My roommate and I use these almost every night. Best purchase that I've made for my new apartment. SO cute and friends love it too. Wish there were more colors to buy!" —scarlett haynes

Price: $10

5. An eye shadow palette packed with hot dudes. I mean, nudes. Neutral colors.

Promising Review: "This is my first palette from theBalm and I don't think it will be my last. I wanted an everyday, mostly matte palette that I could also use as a base for some going out looks, and this really fit the bill. These shadows have awesome payout, so much so that I had to dial back a little bit when I stared using it." —Lauren C

Price: $32.40

6. A grilled cheesus maker that is so good, it's holy.

Promising Review: "The Grilled Cheesus is exactly what you picture in your head before ever being told what it does. It’s a medium-sized grilled cheese press, which not only makes you a nice tasty grilled cheese sandwich, but also imprints an image of Jesus Christ on both sides! No more searching in the woods for miraculous trees that cry or potato chips in his image, the miracle is right there on your plate. You might be thinking this is a terrible and offensive product to those who hold Christianity close to their hearts, but before you go damning anyone to the everlasting fires of Hades (likely a place that would far overcook a good grilled cheese sandwich), the company behind this is making it out of a healthy respect and love as far as I can tell from their site. They take the profits they make and donate it around the world, mainly to causes regarding world hunger, which sounds pretty damn charitable and Jesus-like to me." —Lucas Goldstein

Price: $39.95

7. A STEM bio-energy pet that feeds on mud and comes with an LED blinker board, companion app, and more.

Promising Review: "These are really cool. I got one for my preschool daughter and we filled it up with mud on a Tuesday afternoon. Every morning, she'd look at it and ask if it was blinking yet. On Friday, we woke up and saw it blinking and we both started jumping around. Her teachers and class heard all about Shewy and the light. We've had it going for 6 months. We feed it dead flowers and leftover soda from my husband. You really do have to keep it wet or it stops blinking — but once you add water, it picks back up pretty quickly. It's nice that you can start very simple — bacteria in mud makes electricity and if you give them a nice home, you can use that electricity and then build more concepts in as time goes on. The curriculum is built around older kids, but there are useful concepts to teach even little ones. My daughter was 3 and a half when we first built ours." —Amazon Customer

Price: $39.99

8. A digital camera for the poor souls who have no storage on their phone and would like to dabble in photography.

Promising Review: "Since the beginning of this year, I've been wanting to try photography. As usual, I spent around two weeks trying to decide which camera I should buy. This camera came up with a great resolution and low price. Absolutely love it because it is so simple and it gives you the feel of a DSLR because of the size and shape." —Gonzalo Bernal Morhaim

Price: $138

9. A pit paste that will make you want to throw your stick deodorant out of a window or fire escape.

Promising Review: "This is the only deodorant that has ever worked for me! Smells great, and my pits stay nice and dry." —Amazon Customer

Price: $9.51

10. An electric heater that will warm up any room and make the idea of winter seem not so bad.

Promising Review: "If you're looking for a functional and decorative electric heater, look no further. The lightweight yet durable casing makes this heater a great addition to any room in your house. While I have wood floors, my bedrooms have carpet and I was not aware that I couldn't place it on carpet until I read the directions — so I've put it in our study/library. Adds a nice ambiance and warms the room to the right temperature." —Lori Rains

Price: $105.56

11. Yoga socks with grippers for those of us who manage to slip and slide in child's pose.

Promising Review: "I love these socks because I can wear these with flip flops if I need to. I also love the nonskid bottoms. I almost fell on the floors wearing regular socks (slippery floors) and strained my back. Didn't like that feeling at all. Better safe than sorry!" —Patricia M.

Price: $13.99

12. A telescope for people who prefer the moon and stars to planet Earth, as many currently do.

Promising Review: "My son loves STEM and is always looking for new and exciting ways to learn about the world around him. This telescope is great. It's perfect for him and does well showing him the moon. It was easy to set up and pretty self-explanatory as far as how to use it. In all, it took us about 20 minutes from box opening to viewing the moon. The best part is this is something he can do on his own from his window or outside without much supervision. He loves it so far." —Bridget

Price: $40.99

13. Cravings, the Chrissy Teigen cookbook that's almost as loved as her tweets. Almost.

Promising Review: "One-phrase review of this cookbook: Shockingly fantastic. Like, shocked shocked. Stunned and surprised. Unexpected feelings. OK, composing self to write actual sentences. I fully expected to hate-read this cookbook. Sure, I enjoy a lot of Chrissy Teigen's tweets. She's that rare famous person who makes themselves extremely publicly accessible, but in an actual authentic way. Her online presence doesn't appear to be artfully constructed by a PR firm. She replies to trolls. She talks about buying giant bear stuffed animals from shopping TV. She talks about her husband in a normal, loving, supportive way. She's a reminder that yes, celebrity is another plane of existence, but it's still a career, and she's still a human being. I promised I would give a recipe or two a try, but that I was probably going to pass this book along to someone else for their amusement. Anyway, I was wrong. This cookbook is awesome. The recipes? They're GREAT and accessible. Unique, but familiar. Things I will make again. Dare I say, some new favorites even?" —Paul Post

Price: $17.99

14. A set of eight different choker necklaces that will stop you from going to Claire's for a while.

Promising Review: "This is a great price for so many cute accessories! I always want to buy chokers in stores, but one choker in stores costs the same as these eight, so why not get more for my money? Definitely recommend!" —NCKofkin

Price: $9.99

15. Bacon bandages that, upon use, may provoke hungry people to take a bite right out of you.

Promising Review: "Looking to add a little sizzle to your next flesh wound? Tired of the same boaring bandages? Not to pork fun at an injury, but nothing strips the pain away like meating friends out dressed like this. "That's sow wrong, George!" they squeal. But fat chance they let such a pig idea go. In fact, they often rip it off quickly — after giving me the cold shoulder. Perhaps it's time to climb out of this filthy pig pun. I can't help it: I ham what I ham." —George Takei

Price: $5.25

16. A sofa chair that is perfect for when you've just made your bed but still feel like lying down.

Promising Review: "This chair is fluffy and very comfortable! The color is also exactly the same as the picture. Good price good product!" —nick moyer

Price: $135.98

17. A full-length mirror that also acts as a museum for your excessive amounts of jewelry.

Promising Review: "I am not one to write a lot of reviews, but when making a purchase I do my research and read as many reviews as possible. I have been shopping for the right mirrored armoire for at least two years now. Then this one came along. I was nervous about the price but felt it was worth the risk. I am so glad I took a chance. The mirror is very nice, the hardware is heavy, and it has real screws not wood or plastic. The bottom drawers are not good for much but it is a nice added touch of character. Assembly took maybe 15 minutes." —j25morris

Price: $89.90

18. A British care package filled with 10 full-sized Cadbury chocolate bars.

Promising Review: "The selection is fabulous! I ordered this box having only ever having tasted one of the candies before (CurlyWurly) and have been thrilled! I expected to wait quite a while (delivery estimates were about a month and a half) for overseas shipping and got my order in less than two weeks! Packaged nicely and great for gifting." —C. Hwang

Price: $16.27

19. A dinosaur kit that lets you dig up three different dinosaur fossils.

Promising Review: "My boys love all things dino and this was a fun little science project that kept them busy for a while. They had a lot of fun; their favorite thing was the tooth. I had them do it outside so there was less mess for me. This was a great jump-off to talk about dinosaurs and worked well with our school. My boys are asking me to get more things like it!" —Tarah callier

Price: $9.99

20. Beauty and the Beast because March 2017 can't some soon enough.

Promising Review: "I just finished watching this in 3D and all I can say is that this version blew me away. I normally don't review movies I purchase on Amazon, but I could not get over this transfer. If you ever want to revisit the magic of Beauty and the Beast, this is possibly the best way you could have ever have asked for. A++" —Zach

Price: $22.99

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