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    Splurge-Worthy Things To Buy During Cyber Week

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    1. A thickened down jacket that'll keep you warm in the coldest weather. This deceptively lightweight jacket is windproof and water-resistant so you can play all day without feeling the cold. Plus, the hood is lined with faux fur to keep your noggin warm. And! It has six pockets for holding all your crap so you don't have to worry about snow and sleet ruining your favorite leather purse.,

    Promising review: "I LOVE THIS COAT! I am from Texas and went to NYC and Buffalo, NY, during December because I wanted to see the snow but I was scared that I was going to die from the cold. This coat was so warm! I was wearing a light Nike hoodie under. But still it made the trip so fun where I could enjoy the snow! The hood was so big it made it easy to walk in the snow because it protected my face. I can't believe how warm it was in this coat. And all the pockets made it easy for me to travel with just a carry on. The pockets are huge! Which is a bonus." —sarah

    Get it from Amazon for $149.99+ (originally $246.99; available in sizes XXS–5X and 13 colors).

    2. A 23andMe test for the person who thinks they know everything about themselves *and* the person who knows basically nothing about their family history.

    23&me test

    Promising review: "Ordered on the Black Friday sale for $99 with free one day shipping. Arrived in the mail Saturday morning. I spit in the tube, and put the tube in the prepaid package the same day. Saturday it was picked up by USPS and was delivered to their lab Monday. Tuesday they began DNA extraction. Wednesday they began DNA analysis and Friday they finished their quality review and began generating my reports. On Sunday I got my results. Expected time to ship your DNA to the lab is 2-4 weeks. Mine got there in 2 days. I expected to wait 6-8 weeks before getting my results, but got them 8 days after shipping the package. It was very exciting getting my ancestry and health results back, as I'm adopted and wasn't sure of my nationality or any health risks. I was connected with over 1000 DNA relatives, but only one was a close relative (2nd cousin). Overall I found this experience very enjoyable. 10/10." —K. Leclercq

    Get it from Amazon for $129 (originally $199).

    3. The Furbo, a treat-tossing pet camera if you like being able to keep an eye on your pet even when you're not home. With its 160-degree wide-angle view, night vision, and real-time barking alerts you'll know exactly what your pup is up to.


    Promising review: "I bought this item for my girlfriend who is deployed overseas in Bahrain. She loves her dog more than anything so I knew this would be a perfect gift for her. The first night I had the Furbo I was awaken several times in the middle of the night by high pitched squealing and giggling of glee from my girlfriend not being able to contain herself. She was so excited to see him, talk to him and give him treats and OH BOY does she like giving him treats! By the time she gets back from her deployment I am sure he will be overweight and wont be able to run to her when she gets home. Thanks Furbo, your product is awesome and we all love it!" —Alex Batlle

    Get it from Amazon for $133.99 (originally $249).

    4. A SodaStream bundle so you can whip up sparkling water or custom sodas with the touch of a button.

    Infographic showing the three steps it takes to use it: insert the bottle, press the button to carbonate it, and then enjoy

    It comes with the SodaStream machine, two CO2 cylinders, three 1-liter bottles, two bottles of fruit drops (lime and raspberry flavors).

    Get it from Amazon for $142.49 (originally $189.99; also available as just the SodaStream machine).

    5. A small room air purifier to remove pollutants like allergens, mold, dirt, dust, and dander. This one works best in rooms up to 250 square feet, but it's portable so you can move it wherever you need.

    The white cylindrical tower purifier

    Promising review: "So far love this product! We live in a two-bedroom apartment and when we cook it tends to smell up the entire place for a while. I’ve noticed right away that the air smells cleaner and it has not smelt after cooking since using this product! We also have a golden retriever and the pet odor is not as noticeable. I recommend this product for anyone and overall the air does feel cleaner!" —Twebb

    Get it from Amazon for $319 (originally $399).

    6. A 75-inch Samsung 4K Smart QLED TV so you can watch your favorite shows, movies, and video games in the smoothest, clearest picture possible.

    The TV on a media console

    Promising review: "This is my first 4K TV and I have no regrets buying it at all. The colors and overall contrast are just stunning, and the sound and bass are exceptional. I got this TV for the PS5 and I can't wait." —ALShami

    Get it from Amazon for $1,197.99 (originally $1,499.99; available in a variety of sizes and bundles).

    7. A dog DNA kit because haven't you always wanted to know exactly what kind of dog your beloved rescue mutt is?

    Diagram showing breakdown of dog's genetic makeup

    Promising review: "Very cool. My dog is a rescue and I was told he was a border collie mix. His personality lead me to do a test because he just didn’t have the personality a border collie. Come to find out he’s a Shih Tzu-pitbull mix, which makes way more sense." —dede123

    Get it from Amazon for $149 (originally $199)

    8. The Mirror, a workout system you can seamlessly add to your wall and it will bring interactive classes right into your home without taking up a ton of space. Plus, when you're not working out, it's a nice piece of decor that won't stick out like a sore thumb.

    The rectangle-shaped mirror on a wall with a model on a yoga mat mirroring what the trainer is doing on the screen
    getthemirror / Via

    The mirror brings a fitness studio right into your home. It comes with a wall-mount and stand as well as a companion app. Plus, you can sync the heart-rate monitor or Apple Watch to help you track your workout in real-time. There are more than 20 different types of workouts on the device, including boxing, Pilates, weights, and more. It also tracks your progress so you can try and beat yourself to improve.

    Promising review: "First, let me say I've had the Mirror for a week now and I love, love, love it. I live in a 750-square-foot apartment and do not have room for gym equipment. My gym closed in March, and I've been struggling to stay motivated during quarantine. Since getting the Mirror, I've exercised six of seven days, sweating each time and getting my heart rate up for the first time in months. The Mirror setup was fast and easy and takes up NO space. The audio on my unit was not great. It sounds like a burnt-out microphone. I was willing to live with it because I can't have the volume up too loud anyway (apartment dwellers know this). But then customer service reached out and sent a Bluetooth speaker and technicians to help figure out the problem! Unbelievable customer service." —Kristen

    Get it from The Mirror for $1,145 (originally $1,495; use the code HOLIDAY20 at checkout to save $350).

    9. A truly splurge-worthy Alexa-compatible, Wi-Fi-enabled, self-charging Roomba s9+ to sniff out basically every speck of dirt and debris from your home with its powerful suction. It's also capable of learning the layout of your home, creating an internal map so it won't drive into the wall over and over again. The dirtiest thing in your apartment will be your old clunky, corded vacuum gathering dust in the closet.

    The Roomba sitting in its charging portal

    Promising review: "This Roomba S9+ is a welcome addition to our house. The ability to clean any combination of rooms is a great feature. Our main floor is about 1,500 square feet and it can clean the whole house on one charge. Our floors are tile and we have several area rugs. It cleans all without any problem. The self-emptying feature is a real labor saver. Be prepared to be patient at first when the Roomba is mapping your floor plan. This is a little time consuming; but once the mapping is finished the Roomba cleans quickly and efficiently. The ability to control the Roomba from your mobile phone is a great feature." —Jaime G.

    Get it from Amazon for $1,099 (originally $1,299.99).

    10. A Staub enameled dutch oven that provides great heat distribution and retention to making cooking so much easier. Dinner has never tasted (and looked) so good.

    The round dutch oven with lid and handles on either side
    Williams Sonoma

    Promising review: "I am truly in love with this pot — versatile, makes amazing dishes, and very easy to clean/store. After I purchased this pot, I literally had to buy a matching fry pan. I'm simply in love with them and recommend to anyone!" —alexgal

    Get it from Williams Sonoma for $149.95+ (originally $300+; available in three sizes and 13 colors).

    11. A Tushy bidet attachment if you want to pamper your patootie. This'll leave you with a cleaner crack and help reduce the amount of TP you use. Plus it has the added benefit of water temperature control, meaning you can control how warm or cold the spray is.


    This is the bidet I use (sadly, I have the Classic version but will definitely get the Spa version next if mine ever goes kaput) and I 100% recommend to my friends, family, and to you, dear reader. Installation was pretty simple; from start to poop it took about 15 minutes. The sensation say the least but you definitely get used to it. In fact, I recently moved apartments and it's taken me awhile to hook up the bidet (I'm a procrastinator, OK?!). Oh how I've missed my bidet during this time (and I'm sure my butt feels the same way). But seriously, I cannot stress how life-changing getting a bidet is.

    Get it from Tushy for $95.20 (available in nine colors; enter promo code FYBER20 at checkout for 20% off your order!).

    12. A pair of Powerbeats Pro wireless headphones that wrap around the ear if you want something that feels more secure.

    Reviewer holding the white earbud

    Promising review: "It’s not a cheap pill to swallow, but damnit — these things feel great. They don’t move. No wires. I take one headphone out and they pause. Controls on both sides. Hey Siri support. Great battery life. I can work out with just one in. Doesn’t matter which ear. Speaking of working out. How many times have you deadlifted and snagged a wire? Not anymore satan! Handstand push-ups? Easy day! They’re just awesome. I pull them out of the case and my iPhone just connects." —Devin T. McFall

    Get them from Amazon for $169.95+ (originally $249.95; available in seven colors).

    13. A pair of round frame Ray-Bans because they're a classic silhouette that suit any outfit.

    Reviewer wearing the round sunnies with black lenses

    Promising review: "Love these glasses! Came quickly and in proper packaging. I have a narrow face and high cheek bones, so it's usually hard for me to find sunglasses that work and don't look too large for my face. I received so many compliments on them! Definitely would buy again." —Monica Warek

    Get it from Amazon for $107.80+ (originally $154; available in three sizes and 19 colors).

    14. An 8-in-1 NuMe curling wand that'll help you achieve so many different looks.

    Eight curling wand attachments showing the type of curl they create

    Promising review: "This curling wand set is amazing! I love the different hair styles I can get with each attachment. It’s such a great stying tool for all lengths of hair." —Jennifer J.

    Get it from NuMe for $109.45 (originally $199).

    15. The Foreo Luna Mini 2 – an amazing face-cleaning brush that vibrates to remove makeup, dirt, and oil, so you'll have amazing skin in as little as 60 seconds.

    (left) BuzzFeed editor Maitland Quitmeyer with the Foreo on her face with the words "Makeup, dead skin cells, excess oil, grim, etc. All gone in 60 seconds" (right) Closeup of the hot pink brush and it's small silicone bristles
    Maitland Quitmeyer / BuzzFeed

    Promising review: "I bought this about a month ago after seeing all the hype it got on BuzzFeed. I have oily, sensitive, acne-prone skin, and have always been wary of chemical exfoliants-most just tend to irritate my skin and make me break out more. The first thing that drew me to the Luna Mini 2 was that I'd never need to buy replacement heads. I was a little concerned about the price tag, but I reminded myself that the upfront cost would be one-and done since there's no brush heads to buy. And honestly, this brush has been worth every penny! After the first use, my skin felt the smoothest it has ever felt! The only (minor) drawback, was that the first week or two, I did see a temporary 'purge' of gunk from my pores that resulted in a temporary spike in breakouts, which other reviewers have mentioned, but this was thankfully short-lived. Now after a nearly a month of use, my skin is more radiant, softer/smoother, breaking out less, and even I'm starting to see a reduction in the size of my huge pores, which no product has ever given me before-. I also have a better oil balance in my skin. So for me, the results have taken a little time have totally been worth the wait! Needless to say, I'm very pleased with this product and have been recommending it to all of my friends. Thanks, Foreo!" —Knonymously

    Get it from Amazon for $71.40+ (originally $119; available in eight colors).

    Read my colleague's Foreo Luna Mini 2 review.

    16. A pair of Bluetooth and Alexa-enabled Bose QuietComfort Series II wireless headphones if you're tired of construction, noisy neighbors, and city sounds ruining your concentration at work.

    A model wearing a pair of gray over the ear wireless headphones

    Promising review: "Unbelievably happy with this product. I cannot live without out my Bose QC 35 II's (even considering a second one to keep at work). It is empowering to put these on and all the noise pollution just goes away. I bought them for home and hadn't planned on taking them to my large open floor office. I put them on and suddenly realized there was a very low and loud humm coming from the ceiling (air blowers I assume). Now gone. I sit there in my cubicle and feel sorry for everyone else because they don't have a pair of these. I tried other brands, but they were simply not properly engineered. Once you get the pairing "dialed in" it is seamless. I have a Mac and iPhone but bought the new model (with Google voice button). I use the button's alternate function of turning on/off noise cancellation — just for fun to remind me how great this product works. But remember.. this technology is not going to isolate voices — it is designed to remove motor noises (plane, furnace blower, road, engine, etc)." —Claveman

    Get them from Amazon for $269 (originally $299; available in three colors).

    17. A Nespresso Vertuo and Aeroccino bundle for making your morning cup of caffeine so much more luxurious. Whether you're craving coffee, espresso, or pour-over, this little machine delivers delicious perfection each time. Plus the included milk frother adds a cafe feel to your homemade latte.

    The Nespresso machine, Aeroccino milk frother, and Nespresso pods

    Promising review: "Admittedly I'm a little bit of a coffee snob. I have a Breville semi-automatic espresso machine and separate Breville espresso grounder in our primary home. Each morning I was used to grinding and brewing a fresh quad-shot latte. However in our vacation home I did not want to replicate that entire setup, so instead ordered a Nespresso Vertuo Next machine. The machine works well, super simply. Insert pod, lock the top down, and press one-time the only button on the machine. Pods are available from one shot espresso to large cup of drip. The amount of options for anyone in the household is really handy. The Vertuo Next machine is fairly loud, not horrible, but when spinning the coffee it's make a good amount of noise and vibration on the counter top. I think it's quiet enough to not wake up household members. The Vertuo coffee pods are not bad! I was pleasantly surprised. I ordered some single and double espresso options to try. The machine also came with a 12 pod assortment, which was fun to try different things and order more if you like. Looking forward to hopefully years of good use." —Anthony L.

    Get them from Amazon for $146.97 (originally $209.95).

    18. Or a Breville espresso machine that'll take your tastebuds to the next level. It heats up in three seconds — three! — so you're never far from a steaming flat white, cappuccino, or ristretto.

    The machine
    Sur La Table

    Promising review: "Received this machine about a month ago (quarantine gift to myself!). Breville made a terrific machine that is basically one-touch coffee perfection. You have the option to change the settings on all the drinks/milk froth with a turn of the knob. The milk froth is excellet and produces a good quality froth. I cannot recommend this machine enough!! An investment for sure but now the morning cappuccino and afternoon iced coffee are really making the 'stay home' situation so much better! If you are looking to replace, or add an upgraded machine, this is the one!!" —B O

    Get it from Sur La Table for $449.96 (originally $900).

    19. An epilator, face brush, and cordless trimmer set so you can enjoy smoother, hair-free legs and armpits for longer than you would if you shaved.


    Promising review: "I used to shave my legs and underarms every two days and it was becoming such a chore, so I looked into getting an epilator. And I'm so glad I did! It was a little painful at first but nothing unbearable and I absolutely love the smooth feeling it gives. When the hair grows back, it grows back thinner and not prickly (unlike shaving). I only use it about once every two weeks, so it saves a lot of time in the shower. Best purchase ever!!" —ang

    Get it from Amazon for $134.99 (originally $149.94).

    20. A Google Nest Wi-Fi router to ensure everyone in the house can access email, TikTok, and YouTube simultaneously and from different rooms. No more having to kick everyone out of the living room for your Zoom meetings because it's the only room in the house with a strong connectivity.

    The white mini router

    Promising review: "I was a little worried that setting the second router up as an access point would be challenging — but literally, the whole process took me less than 10 minutes. It took me about the same amount of time to open to the two boxes and remove the routers, power cables, and ethernet cords as it did to get the mesh network set up. As long as you have a Google Nest router connected to your modem, the rest of your mesh network can be comprised of Google Nest routers, Google Nest access points, or any combination." —A. Manson

    Get it from Amazon for $134.95 (originally $169; also available in larger packs).

    21. A statement cross-body bag (or maybe a beaded pouch) if you're ~purse-uing~ a more stylish option to hold your wallet, keys, and phone.


    Get them both from HVISK: the dark green crossbody for $86 (originally $115) and the beaded pouch for $94 (originally $125).

    22. A stationary bike with a tablet mount that'll hold your iPad while you power through a video workout. The handlebars and seat height are adjustable so you can find the position that's comfiest (or at least as comfy as you can be while your thighs are screaming at you!).

    Reviewer sitting on the bike

    Promising review: "This is a really great stationary bike. It was easy really to assemble and came with a really detailed instruction; it only took me about 30 minutes to assemble the entire thing. This stationary bike has a really solid frame. It looks really heavy, but it was surprisingly light to lift. It only took me to lift it. It's great that bike rides really quiet; I usually exercise in the morning and don’t want to wake the kids. I really like the display it comes with. It almost needs no power to operate just a few AAA batteries to power the entire stationary bike, no loose wire that you can tip over. The display counts your time, distance, speed, and calories I really liked it. Next, it has a really nice fast-acting brakes, perfect when you want to stop in a short amount of time it also doubles as the thing to add resistance to your bikes to add challenges while riding the bike. I really like the customizations this the bike has. You can lift the seat up and down to adjust to your height. Also you and adjust the entire handlebar assembly up and down to your preferred height. I really like working out with this stationary bike!" —Arvin

    Get it from Amazon for $339.99 (originally $399.99)

    23. A plush reversible duvet so you can toss the one that's on your bed — you know, the one that used to look like this but is now sad and lumpy.

    The white quilted duvet on a bed

    Promising review: "I don’t have a single bad thing I could say! I bought two of these for both of my daughters because we are renovating our home. As soon as I put them on their beds I was immediately jealous of my own kids! They are soft and have just the right amount of weight, not to mention they are BEAUTIFUL and oh so cozy! (I may or may not take naps in their beds when they’re at school..😜) Best thing I’ve bought off Amazon to date! Note: Don’t forget to wash the duvet inside out (I zip mine closed too) on the gentle cycle. I was worried the first time I washed them, but they came out just as soft and fluffy as before. The fur didn’t mat either, which was my main concern. Worth the money! Just go ahead and buy it and you can thank me later!" —AshleyF.

    Get it from Amazon for $39.86 (originally $49.90+; available in seven sizes and six colors)

    24. A Chefman electric kettle with a removable tea infuser to take your water from lukewarm to let's freaking go in faster than your old-fashioned stove. We want hot water and we want it now.

    Electric kettle pouring tea into a mug

    Get it from Target for $67.99 (originally $90.99).

    25. An Acer gaming monitor whose vivid clarity will let you see every detail of your games clear as can be.

    The 24-inch monitor
    Office Depot

    Get it from Office Depot for $139.99 (originally $199.99).

    26. A sous vide that might just turn your kitchen into a five-star restaurant because you'll be able to cook your food to perfection.

    The white cylindar-shaped sous vide in a pot of water

    This unit is pretty small compared to other sous vide machines and lightweight. Plus, it can connect to Wi-Fi via Bluetooth so you can keep tabs on what's cooking (and how long you have left) in an app.

    Promising review: "Love it. I've made creme brûlée, egg bites, and a couple rib roasts. Love it. I'm saving so much money on NOT buying Starbucks egg bites it was worth it for that alone. I can't compare it to other sous vide units, but it heats quickly, the depth works well (I use my big old All-Clad lobster pot and clip it on the side, but before I pulled the lobster pot out I set it down in my Dutch oven and I loved the magnet that stood it up). The app is okay. It does its job. I like being able to check on the timer from wherever. I would buy again." —erin johnson

    Get it from Amazon for $149.95 (originally $199.95).

    27. An Oral-B electric toothbrush for anyone who needs a little encouragement to keep their teeth cleaned. It has a live coaching feature to make sure you've scrubbed every tooth with the right amount of pressure.

    The toothbrush

    Promising review: "First time I brushed my teeth with this I was blown away. They felt so smooth and noticeably different than with a simple low end toothbrush. Taking steps to constantly improve my health and I’m loving this one! It’s fun too!" —Christina

    Get it from Amazon for $136 (originally $199.99; available in three colors).

    28. A baby monitor that'll give you peace of mind when you're away from little one. It has two-way audio so you can speak to your baby even if you're in a different room, house, or state.

    The monitor

    Promising review: "This is an incredibly high quality camera!! The picture quality is so so clear. It has a very wide range and you are able to see the entire crib or nursery. It is very easy to set up and can be mounted to the wall, which is great." —Jordan Ammon

    Get it from Amazon for $172.49 (originally $229).

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