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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.

    Promising review: "So far I love it. I don't eat canned foods often, but I do love tuna and so does my cat. My problem with previous can openers was the handle turning but the can opener not moving. I really had to struggle to get a can opened. The first time I used this KitchenAid can opener, it glided around the can effortlessly in one try. I was only looking for something simple and not too pricy, and this is it. Also, this beautiful-looking can opener matches my stand mixer." —The Dreamer

    Price: $13.49+ (available in 14 colors)

    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.,

    Promising review: "I have to stockpile these Lambchops like some people are hoarding toilet paper. My dog LOVES them: I buy her toys and treats, but no toys appeal to her like Lambchop. She will eventually tear apart a stitched eye, and one morning, I got up to find one nearly decapitated. Other times, she treats it like it's a pup, so sweet and tender, until the switch goes off and she starts shaking it...going for the kill. I keep several lying in wait so she never has to be without. When I pull a new one out, she waits impatiently as if she has never seen anything like it before in her life. Ironically, many of my friends have posted pictures of their dogs playing with this very same toy. Seems my dog is not the only one that adores it. It lasts about as long as the average fluffy dog toy, regardless, she loves it so much I would still get it for her even if it didn't." —JayJay

    Price: $6.19+ (also available as a two-pack)

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

    The set includes an 8-inch sauté pan, a 9-inch deep sauté pan, an 11-inch griddle, and 1-, 2-, 3-, and 4-quart covered saucepans. It also includes a stainless-steel collapsible steamer, and solid and slotted turners, spoons, and ladles.

    Promising review: "These are beautiful kitchenware pieces. I mainly used the name brand Rachael Ray sets for years and held off buying new pots and pans due to wanting to stay with a name brand. We lost quite a few pieces in the move, and I decided to grab these as they were useful and also gorgeous to look at. I wasn't expecting much at first other than basic functionality, but it turns out that they're super high quality. They're easy to clean, I have never had to scrub something for hours to get it off the pan. They have a beautiful nonstick finish on the inside that makes flipping foods you're cooking easy. They're really nice on the eyes, so much so I will leave one or two out just to gander at it. The griddle is an absolute lifesaver and makes breakfast with the kids easier! The fact this also throws in all your basic cooking utensils is priceless. Absolutely recommended these." —Missy K

    Price: $49.29

    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

    Promising review: "Of all the kits I researched, this is my favorite by far! I wanted something comprehensive, a first aid kit more than basic but not overthought. This is it, people, this is the one you want. The Band-Aids stuck well and were of useable sizes, the extras were well-stocked. The scissors and tweezers may get you out of a pinch, but I replaced them with higher quality ones. As always, I got extra packets of stuff to put in mine like antihistamines, electrolyte tabs and pain relievers just because, but this is one of the best kits I've seen. It also has a couple of temperature sticks I didn't realize existed, and that was a neat find!" —Stephanie Lambert

    Price: $19.50

    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.,

    Promising review: "We have used them a couple of times so far and really like them. They seem to be sturdy and well built. They're weighted, which makes playing fun as you try to knock others out of your way. The weight and size are not too heavy for the kids to play with us. We love the four bright colors in each set and the different patterns on each color. It gives us the ability to play with more people, sometimes we play with just two of us and other times we play with eight or more players. With the color and patterns, we can adjust and play easier. The bag and straps are made with heavy canvas and I expect they will last a long time." —Gibbs

    Price: $34.99+ (available in resin or soft rubber versions)

    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.,

    The raw coating is freeze-dried. I feel like this is the cat equivalent of the candy coating on M&Ms — I haven't tasted it myself, but our kitten sure loves it.

    This is a grain free line of cat foods is made without fillers like potato, corn, wheat, soy, carrageenan, by-product meals, artificial colors or preservatives. I really appreciate this myself, because I'm sensitive to many of those things, and anything you touch eventually ends up in your mouth.

    Promising review: "Best-quality kitten food on the market. Clean ingredients, high protein and fat needed for kittens. Great for an older cat too!" —Carol

    Price: $19.99+ or Subscribe & Save for $18.99+/ month (available in kibble and wet food)

    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"

    Promising review: "I’ve been wearing this necklace daily for the past few weeks. It is very solid and well made. Based on price, I was expecting something light and flimsy. I tend to have cheap jewelry turn on me and this has not lost its shine or caused any reaction on my skin. I highly recommend. It comes as two separate necklaces, so I’ve been able to wear each alone for different looks in addition to layered." —Erin R.

    Price: $14.99 (available in letters A–Z)

    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.

    They're a little narrow, so readers suggest considering ordering up a half size (or see the next product!).

    Promising review: "When the doc told my friend that her foot pain was because of aging issues and weak ankles, he suggested she transition to high tops. After a day, she was all smiles. The high tops worked wonders. The sneaker bottom is like a bunch of little suction cups. It's pretty good on ice, snow, grease, and wet or slick surfaces. The bottom will wear out before the rest of the shoe. Overall, worth every penny." —Paul E.

    Price: $50+ (available in women's sizes 5–12 and four colors)

    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.


    Promising review: "These high tops fit true to size and are very comfortable. I've broke my right ankle a couple of times over the years and these shoes give me the ankle support I like. You can't beat comfort and '80s Reebok style, especially at this price." —Wayne

    Price: $47.29+ (available in men's sizes 3.5–15, two widths, and 31 colors)

    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.,

    Promising review: "Bought these for our 2.5 year old who struggles to drink enough water. Having the right cup makes all the difference! We have gone through many, and so far we love these. They are leak-proof with the LID CLOSED. Our toddler can open and close the lid. I measured the water almost all the way to the top (leaving room for the straw), and it was 12 oz. We put ours in the dishwasher, all parts, and have had no problems. The cup is easy to clean and comes apart completely to clean and prevent mold. Our toddler drops them all the time, and they've proven to be damage-resistant. They keep water cool all day. The flow is great, no biting required and lots of liquid is easily pulled through." —Heather

    Price: $11.99+ (available in 48 colors and/or character prints)

    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.

    Promising review: "Last year, during Hurricane Florence, we had five inches of water in our garage. This year with Hurricane Dorian, I decided to be more proactive and used the Quick Dam product in addition to some vinyl sheeting. Not a drop of water in the garage this time. I’m sold on this product...set up was easy and I pre-soaked the Dam as suggested. We had 90 KTS winds and the Quick Dam remained in place. Much easier than loading sandbags. I definitely recommend Quick Dam as an affordable and effective alternative to mitigate water concerns. Buying another batch to keep on hand." —JB

    Price: $33.05 for one (also available in multipacks)

    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

    Promising review: "I absolutely love this dress — it fits perfectly and it's so adorable. The first day I wore it I got so many compliments and it was so comfortable. It was nice to wear as a dress or as even a long shirt with leggings. The color is really cute too. I definitely recommend it and will probably buy more in different colors!" —Jasmine Ball

    Price: $22.99+ (available in sizes S–XL and in 12 colors)

    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.,

    These palm-sized powerhouses sure are ~handy~ (you're welcome!). Each one will hold up to 2.5 pounds and you don't need screws or tools to install them: they just stick up with little self-adhesive 3M pads.

    And, great news, fellow renters! They shouldn't leave any residue or peel the paint when you take them off at the end of your lease!

    Promising review: "This was perfect for our truck camper, under the sink, to hold a small, refillable spray bottle of 409 to clean the kitchen. It has literally "hung" by this Command hanger for over 3,000 miles now, bumpy roads, up and down hills, you name it, everywhere we've gone — and the bottle nor the Command hanger have ever been found down. Still hanging in there like the day I stuck it. Works AWESOME!!!! It also keeps the bottle out of the way by tucking it up to one side under the sink. PERFECT!" —Jenn

    Price: $5.48

    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.,

    Yep, two puns. I like them that much.

    I got a set of these on the advice of my physical therapist, so that I can keep adjusting the weight as I rebuild my strength. These work just fine and cost hundreds less than the turn-dial adjustable kind.

    Promising review: "I've been weight training for 10 years and needed heavier weights (80lbs per dumbbell), which get expensive even for non-adjustable dumbbells. $200 w/ shipping is an absolute steal! I couldn't be happier. Yes there are pits in the castings; yes they have knurled handles for grip, yes there may be scratched paint from shipping, but they are weights meant to be dropped and thrown around while making your body stronger, not placed on a shelf to look at." —Justin S.

    Price: $48.94+ (available in 15 versions and with or without accessories)

    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

    Be still my butch heart.

    Promising review: "The flannel is not super thick - but not a burnout type thin either. For me it's just right. I can easily layer long sleeves underneath with room to move, without feeling constricted or uncomfortable. The flannel is SOFT and snuggly! Nothing is worse than rough, scratchy flannel. When I tried it on, I didn't want to take it off. I wanted to sleep in it because it was SO SOFT...I believe this is a great deal for a flannel long sleeve shirt. I'm very happy with the fit, feel, color, price and overall quality of the shirt. I will be purchasing another in a different color and probably one as a Christmas gift." —Chris C.

    Price: $11.68+ (available in sizes S–XL and 11 colors)

    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!

    The blades produce heat as they slice through food, which is how it "cooks" the soup.

    Promising review: "This isn't just a blender. That's what you have to tell yourself to actually spend the money on one of these things. Our Vitamix has been a work horse for years of daily use and still keeps going! Our son is autistic and he will drink just about anything we put in his cup as long as it passes the look, smell and texture tests. If it weren't for the Vitamix, I don't know how we would've fed our child and made sure he got the protein, fresh fruits and vegetables etc. that his little growing mind and body need. We can sneak ANYTHING into his smoothies and he has no idea because the Vitamix works so incredibly well at blending everything flawlessly. No chunks, no pulp, no fuss! Smooth and creamy and delicious, no matter what we throw in there! Not only do we use this every day for his dinner, but I use it every day for my green smoothies and my partner uses it for his protein shakes. This thing has taken a lot of abuse and gets a pretty intense daily work out of frozen fruits and ice cubes and it still works like it did when we bought it FIVE YEARS AGO. We haven't had to replace parts or have any maintenance done. Just regular cleaning and care. Boom. This is so much more than a blender, it's a way of life." —Kate Mahoney

    Price: $413.29+ (available in three colors)

    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!

    Promising review: "I used the commercial Vitamix blenders for five years at Starbucks. Even those machines had to have a thawing period for frozen fruit, had to have a liquid in them along with the ice and other ingredients to make smoothies and Frappuccino drinks. They are indeed workhorses, but I don't need a workhorse like that at home. This blender is enough for me. It performs like a Vitamix. It creates a vortex, is programmed, has a glass pitcher, doesn't run away on the counter. I run soap and water through the blender then take it all apart and rinse each piece then air dry. I had to do the same for the Vitamixes. Both the pitcher and the to-go cup work great on the blender." —T. Krivanek

    Price: $59.99

    Interested in learning more about making soup in a Vitamix? Check out this article!

    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

    It smells like sulphur, so heads up.

    Promising review: "I was skeptical but It actually works! My 8-year-old Pomeranian has black skin disease; I started placing this product on her (yes it stinks, but it works) and her hair started to grow back. Within two months, her whole body was covered with hair, even though it was was previously naked." —Laura Miller

    Price: $26.95 

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

    A reviewer shows off their Bowflex

    Promising review: "I'm 30 years old, work from home, watch my kid and have a bit of a busy schedule. Convenience of having this at home and not having to drive to the gym is why I made this purchase. I am very impressed with the resistance this comes with stock and is expandable for two more power rods. The exercises are great for upper body. Does great for chest, back, arms, shoulders, and abs. I spent $800 on this gym and its worth every single penny. I strongly recommend for someone that want to get into or back into shape without breaking the bank." —Mike Bach

    Price: $297+ (available in six set-ups)

    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

    Promising review: "I bought the white dress first, then ordered the blue one second. Dresses are lightweight and beautiful. The white dress is a little translucent, so I would suggest nude-toned undergarments or a slip. Blue dress was opaque. There is stretch in the material which I love, plus pockets are a bonus. I would recommend ironing before wearing. I’m 5’ 2” at 204 lbs and have more bust than butt. Both dresses (XXL) fit the same so it appears manufacturer sizing is consistent. I ordered a size up so my breasts don’t look smushed and singular." —Mary Thao

    Price: $29.99+ (available in sizes XS–XXL and nine patterns)

    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., Amazon

    Promising review: "This is a very nice, compact safe. Good for storing small items, passports, etc. Letter-sized documents will have to be folded or rolled before putting in. It's a perfect size if you don't have huge stacks of documents to store. Well-made, material feels solid. Setting up is very easy, even for someone like me who had never operated a safe. Didn't try the mounting function, but it seems easy if wanted to. Very happy with the purchase!" —Boardlover

    Price: $52.99+ (available in six sizes)

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

    And not, like, "I love it so much so I'm saying it's 'the best,'" but ~actually~ the best at getting feathered friends flocking to your feeder, feasting, fast. BTW, the seeds *will* grow where they're dropped.

    Promising review: "I tried a few wild bird seed mixes from Walmart and Home Depot before I tried this, but none brought as many birds as this did. The birds seem to love it. The downside is, the whole packet is finished in about 10 days as the birds lap it up greedily. The quality of the seed is great, and they look clean and shiny, unlike many other store-bought ones. I have had quails, finches, chickadees, and many small birds visit the feeder all day." —Divya

    Price: $12.99 for five pounds

    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

    This product has almost 5,000 5-star reviews, so you know it's good.

    Promising review: "I used to use a bunch of different stuff like algae control, water balance, make tap water safe stuff, etc. I'm SO happy I purchased this because now I can throw everything else away and use one product to address everything and it works a thousand times better. My fish tank has never been clearer and there is so much less algae growth! I love the fact I can use it when doing my partial water changes as well. A must-have for any fish tank owner!" —Laura

    Price: $4.31+ or Subscribe & Save for $4.09+ (available in seven sizes)

    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.

    Make sure you measure before you order! The dimensions of this multi-purpose miracle are are 13.5'' L x 9.5'' H x 3.62'' for the basket; the over the door height is 18.5".

    Promising review: " This organizer is so useful! I recently moved and ended up with a much smaller kitchen, so I've been doing everything I can to make sure there's a place for everything and no wasted space. Luckily, I have pretty wide cabinets, so this works out perfectly. I have one holding my cutting boards (4 standard plastic boards) and another holding my foil, cling wrap, and parchment paper boxes. The organizer is super easy to assemble and it's completely versatile. You can it over the cabinet door or attach it to the wall/cabinet door, which means it's great for renters and owners." —Kerry

    Price: $15.87+ (available in one- and two-packs)

    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

    Promising review: "I ordered one of these first just to try it out and I loved it so much that I ordered a second case the very day I received the first one. This case has so much space! I’m always on the hunt for a big pencil case so that I can carry all my favorite pens, tape, ruler, white out, highlighters, etc etc in one place and this carries 40 pens/highlighters *and* tape, Whiteout, a large eraser, pencil lead refills, and a ruler...and still has more space! I am definitely going to be buying a few more and I wish this line comes out with more color variations!" —Sha

    Price: $11.99+ (available in eight colors)

    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.

    The capacity is 250 pounds per shelf. So, the three-shelf model can take 750 pounds; the four-shelf holds 800 pounds, and the five-shelfer holds a full 1,000 pounds. This is all *way* more than even an extensive and bulky set of cookware weighs, so suffice it to say, this sucker's heavy duty for real.

    Use it if you need more pantry space (or fantasize about having a pantry at all), keep your appliances on it while they're off-duty, or confidently stack up all your cookware. It also rust- and mold-resistant, so it works awesomely in bathrooms, garages, basements, laundry rooms, and other places that get too moist for particleboard.

    Promising review: "This works great for organizing laundry I am able to easily fit a total of eight laundry baskets on this and it keeps all my family's clothes organized and makes cleaning them a breeze. Super easy to build (I can hardly ever build anything and I built this with no problem), very sturdy even with eight VERY full laundry baskets. Love this would purchase again!" —RADRachelle

    Price: $39.99+ (available in three sizes and two colors)

    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).

    This has an R-value of 4.8, which is pretty good. And they just pop right into a standard garage door!

    If you have more than a couple gallons of stuff like paint in your garage, it's worth investing in insulation to keep it from spoiling. After all, water-based paint is useless after it freezes!

    Promising review: "Excellent product. I had the Owens Corning pink stuff before and it worked, but was heavy and kept falling out of the door. This product works great and stays up. I have an east-facing garage that gets a lot of morning sun. By noon, the temp in the garage is easily in the 90s even if it’s only 85 outside. This is keeping the garage in the high 70s. The differential in the door temp is more than 30 degrees." —Christopher Gipp

    Price: $88.99+ (available in two sizes)

    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.

    Samantha Jacobson,

    This listing is just for the face piece; I'm wearing it with 3M P100 model 60926 particulate, gas, and vapor filters in this photo, which are great for days when the primary pollutant is particulate matter (like smoke), but also work for keeping you safe and clear-headed while working in moldy environments or spray painting (not that I would know anything about that...).

    I have respiratory issues (thanks, mycotoxicosis!), and I have to avoid using stimulant inhalers because they trigger mood swings for me. Instead, I wear my respirator any time the air quality is moderate or worse, which was pretty much every day for a while here in NYC. It's made a world of difference. And I can even go running in it, because it's easy to breath through, even when it's muggy.

    This is not a medical device and is not a replacement for a mask when you're unable to social distance. The valve on the front makes for easy exhaling — but also offers no protection to those around you. That being said, if you're in a situation where you need a face covering for safety's sake, you're probably not outside or working with toxic chemicals.

    Promising review: "The wife and I had to remove ceramic tile grout from a wooden sub floor. So, we taped off the area to be worked with a 25 X 20 plastic sheet and went to town on it with an angle grinder and a concrete attachment. INSTANT dust cloud under the plastic! It was almost too easy to breathe normally with this respirator, and I was under there a good hour. I took off the respirator outside, then walked back into the house (without the respirator) to see if there was any difference. Holy crap I could TASTE the dust in the air. This respirator is definitely worth every penny, just make sure to get the GOOD 3M filters (Part number 60926). YOUR LUNGS WILL THANK YOU LATER!" —Alicia A Durso

    Price: $14.38

    Get the filters the reviewer and I recommended here!

    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?,

    Promising review: "This is a beautiful knife! It fits in my knife block, too. It has a nice weight and the handle feels great in the hand. This was shipped extremely sharp, too! It sliced through the foam insert from the box and a paper plate like a hot knife through butter. The finger guard is a nice touch, and I will be chopping up plenty of veggies using that to protect my fingers. I also really like the sharpener. I didn't have to use it right out of the box, but I WILL be using it for my other knives. My son has one just like this that he uses. I am excited to really try it out. It makes short work of chopping my little grandson's dinner up, that's for sure. I'm happy with my purchase!" —RJ

    Price: $27.99

    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.

    Promising review: "This shirt is super pretty and fit just right! I wore tucked in my jeans. Got many compliments, and everyone thought it was a designer shirt!" —Amazon Customer

    Price: $12.99+ (available in sizes XS–4XL and 39 colors)

    When someone scuffs your new awesome sneakers:

    Universal / Via Giphy

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