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21 Awesome Products From Amazon To Put On Your Wish List

The perfect bullet journal, an egg yolk with a case of the pukes, and 19 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 batter dispenser with a built-in whisk (for easy mixing).

Promising review: "Love it. Works great. So much better than pouring out of a bowl or glass measuring bowl. A lot less messy." —MaryWam

Price: $14.99

2. A planner that's perfect for bullet journaling.

Promising review: "I've used Moleskine, Leuchtturm, and Scribbles TM for bullet journaling and this is hands down my favorite. It has all the essentials: dotted; A5; pen loop; elastic band; two ribbon bookmarks; soft to the touch hardcover; preprinted index, key, and pen test pages; and numbered pages. The paper is smooth and a joy to write on, there's very little ghosting, and absolutely no bleeding (pens tested = Sharpie pen, Staedtler fineliners, Faber Castell PITT artist pens in brush, medium, superfine and extra superfine, and PaperMate Flair felt tips). At this point, this is my choice for the standard in Bullet Journals." —Lindsay G.

Price: $19.99

3. An acrylic stapler with gold detailing to make your desk look so much more glamorous.

Promising review: "This is a fantastic stapler. It looks beautiful (identical to a Kate Spade one), and it staples just fine. Standard staples fit in it. I'm the fanciest cube in the building and—really—what else matters?!" —smitrya06

Price: $18.95

4. Sorting trays for jigsaw puzzle enthusiasts.

Promising review: "I have enjoyed doing jigsaw puzzles for years. This handy dandy little item has made it even more enjoyable. I usually leave all the pieces in the bottom of the box, pick out the end pieces, and then just shuffle through the remaining pieces as I look for particular ones. With the Sort & Go, I pick out my end pieces and put them all in one tray, then depending on the puzzle, I pick out all sky pieces and put them in one tray, or maybe all the flowers into a tray, or all the water pieces into a tray...etc. And now that I've taken just a few minutes to sort all the pieces into their perspective categories, I no longer have to hunt for pieces inside the box. I like the stacking feature also, in that I can store the trays away and save space because they stack right on top of each other with the pieces still in them." —Lynn Craig

Price: $10.47

5. Plus a Zelda-themed puzzle to go with them.

Promising review: "This will be the first puzzle that I'll be framing. I like it that much. 🙂 ." —Mike B.

Price: $9.62

6. Beanbags that'll help kids learn how to identify an array of different colors and shapes.

Promising review: "My preschoolers can't get enough of this! We play games where they get to pull one out of the bag and state the color or shape. Endless learning opportunities. 'Throw me the star...'" —Jessica E.

Price: $12.65

7. And a tabletop beanbag game for adults.

Promising review: "Fun game! We used it at a party and on our deck at our vacation cabin. Lots of fun!" —thinkingsometimes

Price: $25.49

8. A merry trio of three plush pieces of sushi to hug instead of eat.

Promising review: "I love them!! They are so soft. Right now I just use them as cuddle buddies or for occasionally tossing at people." —Chelsea

Price: $28.46

9. Nail polish that'll make your fingers look like teeny tiny mermaid tail scales.

Promising review: "Color was totally me! Stays on and does not chip." —Kelli Baxter

Price: $14

10. A book of adult Mad Libs to bring to your next family reunion.

Promising review: "These were so much fun as a kid and they are just as much fun now (with a bunch of your friends). Come on! You know you still laugh on the inside at every fart joke you hear... these are for those people. Lots of fun!" —Kenny Mcelroy

Price: $4.99

11. A set of candles for partying "like it's MCMXCIV."

Promising review: "Don't want your birthday cake to burn the house down? Can't find enough people to light the candles before the wax melts? Don't want the curious trying to COUNT the candles? THIS is the perfect solution! Not only that, but it will sharpen those long-neglected Roman numeral skills -- and do it with great humor!" —William Campbell

Price: $6.68

12. And a music-playing birthday cake to present to your dog on her birthday.,

Promising review: "My Jack Russell Terrier, Buster, just LOVES his birthday cake toy!! We bought one for his first birthday and he's received another for every birthday since. Now, he does 'kill' the music box after a bit, but even after he loves his toy. We still have most of them and he still plays with them - minus the music!! Birthday #8 is coming up and I'm ordering another!!" —Cheryl

Price: $5.99

13. A quick-to-absorb body cream made with argan oil and shea butter.

Promising review: "I am a pre-school teacher who needs to wash her hands often. The problem is, I am prone to eczema on my hands and elbows (especially in the colder months), so I need to be very careful when choosing the products I use on my skin. This cream is a winner: it makes my skin soft and silky with no signs of eczema or sting. It also has a great scent, which makes it a pleasure to use frequently. I plan on carrying this cream in my purse." —Maria In Mass

Price: $10.19

14. An egg yolk in serious need of a puke bucket.

Promising review: "The egg arrived early and it looks just like the one in the pictures. I would say this is worth the money and is really fun to play with and keep as decoration. I even bought two more for my brothers!" —Sarah

Price: $1.19

15. A Walking Dead edition of Jenga with special challenges printed on a portion of the tiles.

Promising review: "I already loved Jenga, but adding The Walking Dead to it makes it all that much more exciting." —Jason Bernabei

Price: $18.23

16. A doggone delightful perpetual desk calendar shaped like a dachshund.

Promising review: "Looks super cute in my office. Now, if I can just remember to change it every day!" —M. Klear

Price: $27.99

17. 240 push pins to add some color to your bland bulletin board.

Promising review: "They are bright and they work, so I like them." —Jax Byers

Price: $8.99

18. A pump cap that'll attach to the top of any regular-mouth mason jar (turning it into a condiment, soap, or _______ dispenser).

Promising review: "I use these to make dealing with huge bottles of shampoo easier. I just pre-ordered another one, so I can use it for conditioner. This is a very well-made pump that will not dent or rust like the metal ones." —Charlemagne

Price: $7.99

19. An under-cabinet (or wall mount) paper towel holder to save you some oh-so-precious counter space.

Promising review: "Cheap, and accomplishes what it sets out to do. Not much more to say." —Amazon Customer

Price: $8.99

20. A pair of stainless steel sink strainers that come with a ~bonus~ drain de-clogger.

Promising review: "I love that these are kind of 'one size fits all.' I recently got a new sink and they fit it, no problem. Easy to clean and stop anything from going down the drain (especially important as I don't like garbage disposals). Bought another set 'just in case.' The drain cleaner thingy is a pleasant surprise as well." —mudpie

Price: $8.99

21. And Loving (so you can check out Ruth Negga's Oscar-nominated performance before Sunday night's ceremony).

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Price: $5.99+

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