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21 Awesome Products From Amazon To Put On Your Wish List

A turtle-shaped organizer, earrings for photographers, a flying orb, 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 flying ball filled with colorful LED lights.

Promising review: "Kids (and adults) at a birthday party LOVED this thing... it acts like it has a mind of its own; everybody took a turn trying to 'tame' it. So far, it's bounced off of the concrete and started right back up again about 30 times." —Customer

Price: $15.18

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2. Ingenious metal push pins that look like itty-bitty paper airplanes.

Promising review: "These are wonderful. I use them on my cork board at home. as well as my cubicle at work. They are metal and very sturdy. The tip of the plane has a long pinhead, so they are very easy to push in at any angle and they stay put." —Stacy

Price: $7.10

3. Crystal-accented earrings you'll definitely want to take a picture of for Instagram.

Promising review: "I have been wearing these a few times a week since I bought them. One of the only pairs of earrings I have ever been complimented on!" —Joanna Alvino

Price: $34

4. Silicone lids that attach to the tops of bowls or pots with suction.

Promising review: "These lids are wonderful. They do the job better than the hundreds of yards of plastic wrap and Press & Seal that I have been using over the years. They seem to be indestructible, at least for normal kitchen use (although I wouldn't use one if I was broiling in the oven). They are awesome for covering dishes in the microwave, they cover a skillet on the stovetop, and they also are quite handy for covering dishes in the fridge. I hung a couple of stick-on hooks inside my cabinet, and they just hang there perfectly, waiting for me to use." —Chatty Cathy

Price: $17.94

5. Japanese hard candies that taste like soda.

Promising review: "I first bought these at Epcot in Disney World and I loved them so much I keep buying them online. Their flavor is different, but in a really good way. I literally have at least three of the candies on me at all times." —Kameo Sanchez

Price: $4.16

6. A helpful turtle who'll hold important papers for you with her shell.

Promising review: "This has solved my overabundance of business cards issue: I have it on a little shelf above my computer with all the cards I need to access right away." —Cynthia A. White

Price: $12.89

7. A plush pillow for anyone whose most-used emoji is the unicorn.

Promising review: "Unicorn lover here... this is freaking fabulous. So soft." —NikoSuave

Price: $9.99

8. A fishing pole made for roasting hotdogs and marshmallows instead of catching salmon.

Promising review: "Not just a fun product, but one that really works." —Dave

Price: $27

9. Magnets for anyone who wants their fridge to be more like a Quentin Tarantino movie (dialogue-wise).

Promising review: "My husband and his friends spent over an hour composing new masterpieces on the fridge." —Ned

Price: $8.95

10. A squirrel feeder that *may* make those hungry rodents stop raiding your bird feeders.

Promising review: "I really really LOVE squirrels. I know a lot of people get annoyed by them and don't like it when they eat from bird feeders. I felt bad for my squirrels, because they were struggling to eat from the hanging bird feeder, so I got this. It took a couple days for all of them to figure out how to lift the lid, but they all eventually got it." —Dana

Price: $39.95

11. A set of three adorably illustrated piggy banks that'll help children learn how to save money.

Promising review: "I bought this for my son, now that he is getting older and I want to introduce him to the concept of saving and setting aside money for charity. He's excited to put his allowance into the different banks." —Shirley Kinghorn

Price: $17.99

12. Sensors to track the sleep cycles of the members of your family *and* wake you up at just the right time.

Promising review: "The push reminder to go to sleep is a nice reminder when you have a busy life. What we really like is that it's 'set it forget it': much better than tracking your sleep with an app on your iPhone." —Tom J.

Price: $179.99

13. A floral weekly planner by Rifle Paper Co. that doubles as a mouse pad.

Promising review: "This is one of the best weekly organizers I have ever used. You fill in the date of the week and can plan out events, to-dos and make notes. The sheets peel off on two sides, so you can just take one sheet with you on the go, or fold them back to keep all together." —Amazon Customer

Price: $13.22

14. A pre-seasoned cast iron pan that'll allow you to make ridiculously delicious pizzas.

Promising review: "If you're serious about making pizza, this is the only pan you'll ever need, regardless of technique. You can slap the dough down on a cold pan, top, bake, and you'll have a great soft pizza with a crispy crust. " — monkeyrotica

Price: $34.94

15. Leather sling-back mule heels by Frye.

Promising review: "Love these! The fit was perfect and was comfortable out of the box. True to size" —Gigi G

Price: $88.50

16. An album for anyone who's ever spent time appreciating the music while watching a John Carpenter film.

Promising review: "Consisting of nine tracks bearing ominous titles, all of Carpenter’s trademarks are on display: threatening piano chords, rock guitar-lines, and the ever-present, pulsating electronic bass." —Gerry Hathaway

Price: $11.99

17. A full, printed swing skirt that you'll want to ~tweet~ about.

Promising review: "This skirt is beautiful. The fabric is thick, the skirt is full, and it has POCKETS." —Pao Pao

Price: $19.99

18. A picnic tote with gel-lined walls (so you can freeze it to keep food cool for hours and hours).

Promising review: "Really pretty and holds a lot. I'm happy with the purchase. Keeps my lunch cold for hours, even in my car, in the Florida heat." —Claire Evans

Price: $34

19. A box set filled with the collected works of Hayao Miyazaki on Blu-Ray.

Promising review: "I'm very happy with this purchase. I've always wanted to own this set (since you can't really stream these movies anywhere else), so it's worth the money to someone who truly appreciates the work of Miyazaki. The movies come in a very attractive booklet with artwork on each sheet." —CSM

Price: $224.94

20. Hooks that attach to your car's headrest (giving you a convenient place to hang groceries, toys, or a purse).

Promising review: "What a great find! They are sturdy and can handle quite a bit of weight. Everyone who has ridden in my car comments on what a great 'feature' they are, and when they discover the hooks didn't come with the vehicle, they want to know where they can get some for themselves! A great way to help keep things organized." —Amazon Customer

Price: $7

21. And a silly mold for making muffins shaped like 🐷.

Promising review: "I use these muffin molds nearly every day at my restaurant for our cornbread 'Piggy Muffins.' My customers think they're adorable and delicious! I've been using them for 2 years now and they're finally starting to tear a little. I bake an average of 2-3 dozen a day, 5-6 days a week so if you don't bake with them nearly as often as I do, they should last you a very long time. " —Amazon Customer

Price: $10.99

To see everything else people are wishing for on Amazon, click here.

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

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