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Here’s What People Are Buying On Amazon Right Now

Movers and Shakers is a list of products on Amazon that are currently rising in the ranking. This week: cheese bags, Sophie the Giraffe, and a breakfast sandwich maker.

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Amazon has a list of products called “Movers and Shakers,” which is pretty much just fancy talk for things that are currently ~trending~.

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Here are some of the coolest and most useful things found on the list this week:

1. A dog toy that this beagle, named Bagel, really f#@%ing loves.

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Promising Review: "This is Bagel, the beagle, playing with one of the squirrels. She is 14 weeks old and loves chewing on anything. I bought her several puppy-chewable toys, but she used to lose interest for them very quickly. So I decided to try this interactive toy that she can literally put her nose in it! It's impressive how much she likes playing with it from morning to night! Sometimes I insert small treats and mix them up with the squirrels, she gets soooo into it!" —P. Andrada

Price: $8+

2. A French press for making the best cold brew you'll ever have.

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Promising Review: "I bought this French press because of its double filtration system and I'm glad I did — absolutely zero grounds in my cold brewed coffee (4.5 TBSP of coarsely ground beans left overnight in cold water), every morning. Once it's been poured into a pitcher — clear, non-bitter coffee. The extra filters were a nice bonus, even though after weeks of heavy usage there is no staining or holes with the filters already on the press." —Rebecca

Price: $20

3. Some cactus-shaped dryer balls to make your clothes soft and fluffy, not prickly.

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Promising Review: "You know that feeling when you have fresh-out-of-the-dryer jeans that have lost all the breaking-in you put into them and now you're trying to fit your ass into a brand new pair? These little guys keep your jeans in the shape you've been working so hard to keep them in, plus we just went from two drying cycles per load to just one. And who doesn't love soft laundry?!" —SSEagle

Price: $13

4. A facial spray made with herbal extracts and rose water for a refreshing, hydrating mist that can be used anywhere, anytime.

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Promising Review: "This stuff smells so good and it sets my makeup beautifully. When I bake my face and have a dry caked look this brings my face back to life, giving a flawless finish! Saw it on Kylie Jenner's app for her makeup tutorial and decided to buy it for myself because it was a great price." —QueenieTee

Price: $7

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5. A TubShroom to collect all the hair that would normally clog your drain.

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Promising Review: "Works really well. My hair collection has grown so much. I might have enough to make a hair friend soon. I shall try on the first full moon. Seriously though, there was so much dog hair that would have gone down my drain after just one dog bath. Yikes." —Kate Wills

Price: $13

6. Some Batman (or woman) cookie cutters for all those vampire-themed parties you want to have. (Just kidding, I know Batman isn't a vampire...or do I?)

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Promising Review: "To keep the points sharp, I rolled out the dough between two pieces of parchment paper, removed the top sheet of parchment paper, pressed out the cutouts, transferred the dough and parchment paper to a cookie sheet, and refrigerated the dough for about 15 minutes. Once the dough was hard, I broke away the excess dough and quickly placed the bats onto a cookie sheet. Then I baked the cookies and let them cool on the cookie sheets before icing them. I made these for a little girl's birthday party, so my bats were pink." —PamW

Price: $8

7. A cleaning brush that'll make sure you get every crevice that dirt lives in.

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Promising Review: "These are two of the BEST tools I've ever had the pleasure of owning for cleaning purposes. You can't beat the way the angled brush heads get into the little nooks and crannies of the sink — especially the most disgusting part — the crevice where the water pools/gets trapped between the faucet and the sink's surface itself! I previously used a toothbrush for this task, but the smaller of the two brushes in this set blew my toothbrush technique out of the water! I also love the little squeegee piece on the bottom of the smaller tool for cleaning around the drain of the sink. I can't praise these two brushes enough! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!" —ericaeducator

Price: $6

8. A set of bath bombs that have surprise toys inside.

9. A silicone muffin pan guaranteed to give you the most delicious treats without the hectic cleanup.

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Promising Review: "A must-have for any baker! Extremely easy to clean and makes a burn-free, stick-free recipe. The silicone prevents burning or hotspots with even temperature distribution. Everything seamlessly pops out of the mold once it's cool. To clean, just wash and rinse with warm water and light soap and that's it! No scrubbing or scraping needed." —Angel Lee Jones

Price: $11

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10. A box of cheese storage bags for the freshest cheese on the block.

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Promising Review: "I'm from Wisconsin, and at any given time I have at least six kinds of cheese in my fridge. These bags make them last longer, taste fresher, and not have that nasty watery feel when I pull them out. It's a little bit ridiculous, but they're completely reusable, and I've found that they really do make the cheese last longer. I've convinced a good number of my friends to try them, and have gotten positive feedback — so it's not just me." —Daniel Gardiner

Price: $9+

11. A pair of cute AF sandals that come in a diverse selection of colors.

12. A breakfast sandwich maker because BREAKFAST!! SANDWICH!!

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Promising Review: "Let it preheat and spray all of the surfaces with nonstick spray. Put a half of an English muffin or other carb of choice down, spinach if you're using, precooked breakfast meat. Bring down the second layer. Crack an egg or a beaten egg, add shredded cheese, and the top of your English muffin. Close and set it for four minutes. Rotate the middle disk out so that the sandwich is all one, slowly lift the lid, and you're done. The kids love using this, so I precook bacon, and leave it in a ziplock in the fridge door. Easy! And super easy to clean!" —Jennifer Guerrero

Price: $30

13. A Sophie the Giraffe for your baby...or April's baby if that ever happens.

14. Some Poo-Pourri that'll be your #1 when you need to go #2.

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Promising Review: "I work in an establishment with 50 females and only four ladies rooms, so you're always going to run into somebody. This little gem is perfect. It really works. I wish the bottle was a touch smaller, but whatever. I feel so much more confident going number two now! I barely have to bother trying to 'time' my bathroom breaks. I've had people compliment me for my floral aura. I just smile and say thank you and think to myself 'yah because I just took a s***.'" —HappyCow

Price: $10

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15. A box of Emergen-C to help give you that boost of vitamin C.

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Promising Review: "I don't like water. Before discovering the Emergen-C packets, I would walk around like a prune and all tired. Then I discovered these things and now I put a little bit of a packet in a glass of water and I'm good to go. I have it on Save n Subscribe. The stuff gets fizzy in water — that's cute. The taste is terrific and it helps me drink water. And a last note about this: it's got vitamin C. ALL vitamin C products color up your pee yellow. So don't freak out if this is your first vitamin C product — I warned you!" —Miss Demeanor

Price: $10

16. A setting powder that'll take your Instagram photos to the next level.

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Promising Review: "I was afraid this wouldn't work out for me but it did! It sets so perfectly and matte! I love that it has no flashback. If you want to see me use it, find me on YouTube by searching Jerika Wilson!" —Jerika Wilson

Price: $20

17. A pack of Flarp! to get "great fart sounds without the stink."

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Promising Review: "My kid ended up with it after she went to a birthday party or something, and I was instantly drawn to it. She left it out of the package for several days and ruined it, as children often do. But I had to have more. I bought this three-pack so that I could give one to each of my good friends, and keep one for myself. It really livened up the evening. All three of us spent like 30 minutes with our own Flarp, trying to perfect our technique. If you had GAK as a kid, this stuff is FAR superior in the flatulence department. Get some of this. Don't go mental with it. Be subtle. Be gentle. It will reward you." —JN901

Price: $10

18. An electric knife that'll make cutting anything smooth like buttah.

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Promising Review: "I bought this because of the very good reviews and I destroyed a rib roast while trying to carve it for a dinner party. I went out and purchased another rib roast for a different dinner party two weeks later after receiving this electric knife. It cut through this rib roast as if it were butter. The individual portions could not have been prettier. This electric knife is definitely something worth having in your kitchen even if you were only using it several times per year." —Bobby Deneke

Price: $25

19. And a mini Mercedes for your children ’cause you can't expect them to run their weekend errands in a Barbie Jeep. What do you think this is, 1996?

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Promising Review: "It's awesome! Easily assembled, comes with a working horn and car sounds, you can also plug a phone or mp3 player into it to play your child's favorite song. The best part is the parent's remote control for the kids who can't reach the pedals or don't know how to turn the wheel." —Amazon Customer

Price: $231

If you want to see what else is trending on Amazon, click here!

Check out last week’s post here.

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

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