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Movers and Shakers is a list of products on Amazon that are currently rising in the ranking. This week: an elephant-shaped watering can, a super cushiony bike seat, and a Harambe bumper sticker.

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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~.

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

1. A raised cat bowl that'll help your pet's digestive process.

Promising review: "So pumped with this bowl. My 11-year-old kitty with multiple medical problems was eating very poorly. Read about elevated feeders, bought this bowl, and her intake increased significantly!" — docjuanna

Price: $12.99

2. An elephant who would rather use his trunk for gardening than trumpeting.

Promising review: "I've had this for about 4 years now. We have a couple of large watering cans, but this one is perfect for the smaller 4" or 6" pots. With the long 'trunk,' you can really get the water where you need it to go. And, since the water comes out in one small stream, it doesn't overflow the small pots. The water soaks in." —A.F.

Price: $6.99

3. A box of organic, heirloom vegetable seeds that would be a perfect gift for a gardener.

Promising review: "I have been meaning to start a small backyard garden, but have always been overwhelmed by the options out there. This gift set cleverly packages together a basic collection of seeds to get you started. It also comes with an easy to read instructional infographic!" —Hae K. Kim

Price: $21.88

4. Cushiony Nike running sneakers that come in over ten different colors.

Promising review: "The best part about these shoes is that there is space for my toes to breathe. They have a mesh-like layer on top that allows air to enter, thus not suffocating my feet." —Amazon Customer

Price: $41.45

5. A rattle with one end for music making and one end for gnawing.

Promising review: "My daughter's favorite toy since she was about 4 months old! I love that I can just wash them in the sink with the dishes and switch them out so she always has one available. She prefers this over her pacifier any day!" —Jessica

Price: $4.97

6. A DVD collection of every Full House episode (that comes in a box that looks ~somewhat~ like their house).

Promising review: "I love the fun little box the series comes in! And what's NOT to love about Full House, come on!" —Fria

Price: $44.99

7. A classic Stanley vacuum bottle that'll keep hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold for 24 hours.

Promising review: "I work on a mountain in some of the coldest and harsh conditions. This container has lasted in -20°F temperatures for 8+ hours in the snow and kept my soup steaming hot (where I still need to let it cool before touching my lips to it)." —John

Price: $19.82

8. A cooling eye gel that may come to your aid on the puffiness front.

Promising review: "This is a multi-function gel that is so complete I have to use fewer other products as a result. I use it to de-puff, hydrate, smooth out fine wrinkles, and lessen my bags and dark circles. You only need a tiny bit, it spreads on easily and absorbs quickly. It smells lightly of fresh cucumbers and fresh cut aloe plant." —Not Active

Price: $18.99

9. A heavy duty, weather-resistant box to help you keep all the shit in your yard corralled.

Bonus = you can also use it as a bench.

Promising review: "Had this for over a year now. Still going strong. Moved to a new house, and the box survived the move intact and survived the winter outside without a single leak. Still seems very sturdy, no obvious rusting on any components." —Sam-I-Am

Price: $139.80

10. An adorable stuffed elephant doll that you'll want to hug immediately.

Promising review: "I'm in LOVE! This is one of THE most adorable little dolls I have ever seen!" —Kathy Bost

Price: $16.99

11. A bassinet you can easily fold up and take on the go.

Promising review: "I owned this version of a Pack N Play with my oldest daughter. I am expecting baby #2 and just ordered the same version again. If you are a first time parent, take my advice: you do NOT need a Pack N Play with all the bells and whistles. This is perfect. " — sunnisinger02

Price: $75.99

12. A sling-style backpack that can handle itself in rain *or* snow.

Promising review: "This is the absolute most versatile, compact, easy to carry, easy to access and fun pack ever. The phone pocket is the best. It is ***so*** conveniently located and easy to get to no matter what you are doing. You could be climbing a rock wall and still get to your phone with ease. The people who made this are geniuses.This is the pack you want if you get stranded on a deserted island!" —Sparrow

Price: $17.99

13. A gel bike seat that your ass will love.

Promising review: "We took our first long ride with this seat cover and what became obvious along the way, was that I had hardly given a thought to my rear end or bike seat. Seat discomfort had become a non-issue. Immediate impact." —M.B. Spry

Price: $9.99

14. A game (based on the book by Laurie Keller) that'll make learning about the states fun.

Promising review: "Everyone in the family loves it. Kids, parents, grandparents — we've all enjoyed playing it together. We all learn from it, and don't even realize it. We loved it so much we bought several more and gave them away as Christmas presents." —GwenMart

Price: $9.61

15. A magazine "for the love of dog."

Promising review: "I love the new Dogster Magazine. The content is fun and informative. And photos are hysterical, like my dogs." —Tattooed Guru

Price: $19.99 (for a one-year subscription)

16. A kit that'll teach you how to make over 35 cute clay charms to add to a bracelet.

Promising review: "During Christmas break, my two daughters and I spent half a day making these clay charms together. It was our favorite activity of the whole break, besides opening presents Christmas morning! If you and your kids enjoy crafting, get this kit! You won't regret it!" —JKD

Price: $15.47

17. Foaming hand sanitizer (without alcohol) that'll be sensitive on baby and kid hands.

Promising review: "These are awesome for carrying in the diaper bag. They don't dry out my skin, and I can actually rub my hands together long enough so I feel they're sanitized (unlike regular sanitizer that dries so fast)." —Malleybean

Price: $10.62 (for a pack of 6)

18. Playing cards printed with a cool, retro video game design.

Promising review: "Fun deck. Nice Atari vibe from the art." —Zac B

Price: $9

19. A portable projection screen you can use to make a drive-in (well, walk-in) movie theater in your backyard.

Promising review: "Perfect, perfect, perfect!!! This is so easy to put up." —Kibbitzmom

Price: $128

20. A durable spatula with an elevated design (to keep your counters clean).

Promising review: "If you are tired of leaving grease on your stovetop when you lay down your turner, this guy solves your problem. It's just the right size and actually works to turn fried eggs. What more can one want?" —Richard Barry

Price: $4.99

21. A ~glamorous~ owl necklace.

Promising review: "Love it." —S.Wallner

Price: $37.99

22. And a sticker to memorialize Harambe.

Promising review: "Roses are red / War is here / This wouldn't have happened / If Harambe was here" —Amazon Customer

Price: $2.84

If you want to see what else is trending on Amazon right now, 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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