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    30 Things Amazon Reviewers Really Love

    Velcro *and* OG high-top Reeboks, fun-'n-flowy printed tops and dresses to get you in that fall mood, a lotion that cures doggie skin problems almost miraculously, and so much more.

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    1. A KitchenAid manual can opener that I've been using for as long as I can remember. It holds up great, even in the dishwasher, and in my experience, it *always* opens cans easily and without dangerous metal shards.

    2. A plush Lambchop squeaker toy, because you're a huge Sherri Lewis fan (like I am!), and want your pet to get in on the adorable fun. Someone bought this as a toy for our Chihuahua, and she instantly loved it. These are super popular, by the way, and all the reviews are outstanding.

    3. An 18-piece nonstick cookware set that reviewers swear is shockingly high-quality, all for under $50.

    4. A 299-piece first aid kit so you can be prepared to take care of any minor injuries at home. This is so much stuff in this kit, y'all: fabric and plastic bandages, antibiotic ointments, antiseptic towelettes, burn cream packets, aspirin, ibuprofen, gauze roll and pads, wound closures, cold pack, and other multi-use items that will come in handy for any small bumps, bruises, cuts, or other minor injuries.

    The contents and the bag, in a reviewer photo

    5. A bocce ball set that comes with four balls, instructions, and a carrying bag, so you've got everything you need to get started with this classic outdoor tossing game. Take it to the park or the beach for a good time that requires very little equipment, is fun for all ages, and won't blow away in a strong wind.

    6. A line of grain-free, filler-free cat food: chicken-based cat pâté, or raw-coated kitten kibble that our darling child frankly insists on, because it's made with free-range chicken and other wholesome natural ingredients, and the kibble is coated in a tasty raw meat shell.

    7. A 14-karat gold-plated initial necklace that comes with chains you can layer or wear separately. Give your outfit a special, personal touch — or buy it as a gift!

    A reviewer wears the necklace in "T"

    8. A pair of Reebok hi-tops with Velcro detailing, for that classic street style. Reviewers also appreciate the sticky sole for ~steady footing~ that's also well-designed ergonomically, too.

    9. Or! A pair of chunkier and wider Reebok hi-tops without the Velcro, because they're pretty boss and extra comfy ~to boot~. These slick sneaks have all the comfort and style RBK has been known for for years, and come in some pretty fresh color combinations.

    10. A 12-ounce kids' Thermos water bottle that's leakproof and comes with two different straws to help accommodate whatever's best for your little one. They're designed to be super simple (and safe!) for your toddler to operate themselves, and the parts are detachable for easy cleaning.

    11. A water-activated flood blanket to protect your home against flooding this hurricane and monsoon season. They're way easier to use than sandbags, and provide a lot of protection for the price.

    12. A flowy ruffled-hem dress that you're ::best Rick Astley voice:: never gonna give up, never gonna put down, and that's never gonna make you cry, never gonna tell a lie, and hurt you.

    A review photo of them wearing the polka dot dress with a row of ruffles under the bust and along the hem

    13. A hanging spray bottle hanger, to control the ironic-but-inevitable mess that cleaning products create in your closets and cabinets. Not only do these hangers help save space, they also save you from the trouble of having to tear everything out from under your kitchen sink because you can't find the Windex.

    14. A pair of inexpensive dumbbells that reviewers swear by — and I do, too! Despite the name, it's definitely a ~smart~ investment, because you can adjust the weights easily, and hook the sides of the dumbbells together to make a barbell. True, they're as basic as they come, but if you're just getting started with weights, they're a ~spot-on~ choice.

    15. A flannel shirt from Dickies, so you know two things about it already: first, it's going to be sheer perfection at an unbeatable price, and second, you're never gonna wanna take it off.

    A reviewer wears the shirt in orange plaid

    16. A pro-grade1,400-watt Vitamix blender that'll turn anything you throw at it into a smooth, creamy, delicious smoothie in no time. It also makes soup!

    17. Or! An affordable 1,200-watt Oster blender that comes with a pitcher and a to-go cup, so you can masterfully blend your morning smoothie and then enjoy it on-the-run. It's almost as good as the Vitamix, and costs about $350 less!

    18. A dog skin rescue lotion for allergies, dermatitis, dry or scaly skin, and yeast problems.

    The progression of a dog's hair regrowth while using the product

    19. A Bowflex home gym, because who actually has time to go to the gym?!? Not you.

    A reviewer shows off their Bowflex

    20. A fun and flowy boho maxi dress with mid-length sleeves, that's just right to wear from late summer into fall.

    A reviewer wears the dress

    21. A fire safe to keep your documents, jewelry, cash, and IDs...well... ~safe~ and sound! It has a programmable keypad, comes in sizes from teensy to pretty big, and the reviews are absolutely stellar.

    22. A bag of primo black sunflower seeds for birds that reviewers swear are the absolute best when it comes to attracting wild birds.

    23. A water conditioner so you can remove chlorine and chloramine, detoxify ammonia, nitrite, and heavy metals, and solve other exasperating water-quality issues in saltwater and freshwater tanks.

    Nitrite readings before using the product / nitrite readings after using the product

    24. An over-the-door or flush-mount cabinet organizer that's somehow magically the right size for anything you'd want to put in it. Boxes of foil and plastic wrap, cleaning spray bottles, four or five cutting boards, most sauce and oil bottles: it'll hold it all! Although, you're probably gonna want to get a few organizers if you have that much stuff to organize.

    25. A zip-up pencil pouch so you can hold everything you want it to, and then some. Going back to school or the office? Got yourself into journaling and need a way to organize your pen drawer? It has you covered!

    A reviewer photo of everything that fits in the pouch

    26. A wire kitchen rack that'll have you stunting *so much* sweet storage space, in almost no time flat — reviewers say it takes less than 20 minutes to assemble. It'll hold up to 1,000 pounds, it's cheap as heck, and over 13,000 people left it 5-star reviews. Pretty compelling.

    27. A garage door insulation kit so you can keep it cooler in there in summertime and warmer in the winter. This can change the temperature on the inside of your garage door by up to 30 degrees Fahrenheit, and is a great way to save money on heating and cooling (and keep the stuff in your garage from melting or freezing).

    28. A 3M half-face respirator that you can equip with the filters of your choice, to keep your lungs happy when the air gets smoky...which it sure seems to a lot lately, doesn't it? This bad boy makes a world of difference on days I have trouble breathing, and for less than $40 with filters (purchased separately), it's pretty much a no-brainer.

    29. A super-sharp forged steel chef's 8-inch knife so you can cut like nobody's business. Plus, it comes with a sharpener and finger guards. Pretty good deal for under $30, amirite?

    30. A high-neck top that's fitted yet flowy, with long puffy sleeves and a ruffle collar. I bet you'll feel straight-up gorgeous in it.

    A reviewer shows off their top from three angles. They look good in every one, OBV.

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