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32 Products On Amazon Our Readers Are Loving Right Now

A Jeff Goldblum shower curtain, a journal you fill with lists, and 30 other favorite products from our recent posts.

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1. Hard candy that's flavored like a variety of different sodas: from grape to orange.

Promising review: "This is the best soda candy I've tasted. It comes in a variety of flavors, so you won't get bored. When you put it in your mouth, it starts a reaction in the candy (probably citric acid + bicarbonate) that causes it to very lightly fizz." —Ananda Hongsa

Price: $3.73

2. A book to introduce you to the world of weekly list form.

Promising review: "I'm really enjoying this journal. I love lists and writing things down. It's perfect to help me get out of my own head and unwind. I recommend this to anyone who needs a little nudge to get inspired." —Maria AK

Price: $11.70

3. A cotton swab holder with the ability to turn those fluffy little sticks into lotus flowers.

Promising review: "Very cute... and practical as well. Holds just enough cotton swabs for my everyday needs. You can adjust the size of the hole so it can hold more or less, by swapping out the lotus 'leaves'. The top protects the swabs from dust and moisture." —Yana

Price: $8.99


5. A shower curtain printed with Jeff Goldblum's bespectacled visage.

Promising review: "Nothing has ever made me as happy as this shower curtain. His face looks through my bathroom door as if to greet my guests and welcome them to the bathroom. Sometimes 5 stars is not enough. This is one of those times. Everyone should own this." —Amazon Customer

Price: $15

6. A gadget that'll have you chopping and slicing up a garden's worth of vegetables with ease.

Promising review: "My husband does most of our cooking and he uses this chopper 3-4 days a week. Easy to use, clean, and store. My sister saw it and asked for one for her birthday!" —Joy Elliott

Price: $18.90

7. Plus a set of nylon knives for kids who want to help out in the kitchen.

Promising review: "These are great for my little four year old who is sooo interested in helping me cook dinners. The plastic blades are serrated, so they grab onto the food, and they're just 'sharp' enough to make it easy for little arms to slice through veggies. I was worried that these would be gimmicky, but I REALLY DO enjoy letting my son use them. They have a permanent spot in my knife block." —Rachel L

Price: $8.94


10. A pair of headphones that look about $50 more expensive than they actually are.

Promising review: "Simple, clean, effective design, works well. Good sound, comfortable fit. Inexpensive. I bought three at different times for my daughters as alternatives to the various inexpensive earbuds that they kept having trouble with. They use these at home, and just use the earbuds when out." —Rich

Price: $19.89


12. A juicer with a dome-shaped lid you can also use as a measuring cup.

Promising review: "Great product for the price: easy to use, easy to clean. I like to squeeze a half of a lemon at night, put the lid on the juicer, throw it in the fridge, and simply add fresh lemon juice to my water in the morning." —Jen Ko

Price: $5.99

14. A pet-hair-removing device that's as hideous as it is useful.

Promising review: "This 'rock' is truly a miracle!!! I've had a Dyson that didn't pick up cat/dog hair like this bad boy. I was about to throw away my favorite area rug because I just couldn't get the deeply imbedded hair out. A little bit of hard work with this 'rock' and my rug looks absolutely brand new!!!" —JSRaggio

Price: $12.40


17. A set of colored pencils to use in coloring books with pages that are too thin to use markers on.

Promising review: "They are fantastic, have tons of colors, and nice even coverage, not your typical streaky colored pencil look. I definitely recommend these to artists and kids alike!" —Another User

Price: $8.99

19. A 38-in-1 precision screwdriver set to help you tighten glasses, take apart electronics, and dozens of other household tasks.

Promising review: "Has a bit for everything you could ever need, especially for smaller work, like glasses and such. A great compact little case complete with an amazing pair of tweezers. I can't imagine my life without it, for all the small things that are annoying to repair." —Tina

Price: $9.99


20. An adjustable rolling pin that'll get your dough to ~just~ the right level of thickness you need it to be.

Promising review: "I've always hated rolling out dough, because I could never eyeball how thick I need things. This rolling pin makes biscuits, pie crusts, anything you can think of, a snap to roll out to the correct dimensions." —K. Faraday

Price: $17

23. A cube to fidget with when you're anxious and just can't keep your fingers still.

Promising review: "It REALLY calms my anxiety. The click and the flip are very satisfying with nice auditory input. The glide is extremely moveable. The roll has a great tumbler clicking sound. The smooth ball roll is tactile heaven. Breathe is a 'worry stone' shape that is soft and silently soothing. So much better than a squeeze ball. Buy it if you fidget!!" —Suero

Price: $4.20


24. A humidifier/diffuser that can change into seven different colors.

Promising review: "I did a lot of research before buying this diffuser. I wanted something attractive and not too bulky for my bedside table. This was the perfect choice. The diffuser will run all night if set to intermittent and about 3 hours if set on continuous. It shuts off automatically when empty." —Amy Dickens

Price: $25.99

25. A pad of sticky notes to formulate your day's attack plan on.

Promising review: "With my new job, I had to start making lists to keep track of everything! I love that this is a sticky note so I can stick it on the wall if I am doing something that spans over a few days. I also like how it breaks things down by priority, it's helpful!" —Katy B

Price: $5.95

26. A pack of four petite silicone cups that'll help you make perfectly poached eggs.

Promising review: "For years I have poached my eggs the old-fashioned way, but I could never figure out how to do more than one egg at a time without getting egg white all over the place. It finally occurred to me that there must be an easier way, and lo and behold, I found these. They are super cute (which is clearly important). They work great, even when I forget to spray them with Pam first. I have used them to poach eggs both on the stovetop and also in the microwave, and they work great either way. Easy to clean. Very happy with this purchase." —C.M. Borgia

Price: $10.95

27. Tad, dash, pinch, smidgen, and drop-sized measuring spoons made from stainless steel.

Promising review: "This item is meant to be a fun gift or amusing addition to your utensil drawer but has become THE item I need for measuring the correct amount of a bulk health product I choose to take daily. The amount needed is 1/16 of a teaspoon, which isn't one of your standard measurements and is quite difficult to judge accurately by guessing. The 'Pinch' is 1/16 teaspoon and perfect for what I need. FYI - The 'Drop' equals 1/64 tsp, the 'Smidgen' is 1/32 tsp, the 'Pinch' is 1/16 tsp, the 'Dash' is 1/12 tsp, and the 'Tad' is 1/4 tsp." —Rita T

Price: $5.95


28. A minimalistic dock to hold your phone on your desk or nightstand.

29. Toys that are sure to make bath time at least 45.98% more fun.

Promising review: "My daughter plays with these for a long stretch of time. She's 1 years old, so she's always distracted. These hold her interest. Very easy to clean, too. I hate the kind that shoot water because they get moldy. This is exactly what I was looking for." —TXM

Price: $9.78

30. A dishwasher-safe peeler with blades for "soft" vegetables (tomatoes) as well as "hard" ones (potatoes).

Promising review: "Very easy to use and takes up less space then three different products. Worth the price and makes a nice gift for a person that loves cooking." —Dnaks

Price: $13

31. A water bottle (with a leak-proof lid) that collapses when you're not using it.

Promising review: "This is by far the best water bottle ever made. Compact for packing, twist-off wide mouth to refill, locking cap that's attached so you don't lose it, and a hard plastic grip that solves the big problem with collapsible bottles (they squish when you're trying to drink). I cannot say enough great things about this water bottle. I'll never use another again!! Exceptional product." —Caitlin Shapiro

Price: $19.95


32. And a battery organizer to free up space in the drawer you *used* to use to store your batteries in. / Via

Promising review: “This is a handy item that I wish I’d had a long time ago. It is made of durable plastic and has a built-in battery tester that will test every type of battery the set holds. It also has a compartment that pulls out and holds small watch batteries.” —SCF

Price: $13.49

Want more? Of course you do. Check out last week's edition of this post here.

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

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