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    31 Things Amazon Reviewers Really Love

    OG New Balance sneakers, the world's comfiest pajamas, borosilicate glass kitchenware that's way safer than Pyrex, and a discreet travel stash jar I promise is 100% smell-proof.

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    1. A satin pajama set reviewers say are basically the comfiest thing ever invented.

    The pajamas in red

    Promising reviews: "I spent a long time searching for some comfy (and sexy) satin jammies to wear in the heat of the summer. I tried these and they are AMAZING. They feel so soft and cooling on the skin. I already want to buy more colors because I am wearing these A LOT. They fit absolutely perfectly. With a bigger hip and smaller bust, I'm always worried about one piece in a set not fitting properly, but that wasn't a problem at all with these. I like that the top has adjustable straps, but the mechanism isn't bulky at all so you can't feel it. I usually sleep naked because I don't like rolling around and getting caught up in my clothes, but this really feels like sleeping naked. No awkward bunching in the armpits or crotch." —Amazon customer 

    "I bought my first pair in February (coffee) and fell in love, immediately buying another in April (blue). Now I'm back for more and decided to buy two new pairs instead of one. These have been great because they are comfy enough to sleep and lounge around in, but cute enough that I can wear them all day and still feel confident and put together. The reason I bought these is because I love silky night dresses but it's annoying when they ride up while you're sleeping, so silk night shorts solve that issue." —Amazon customer

    Price: $14.99+ (available in women's sizes XS–L)

    2. A compact HEPA air purifier for clearing out smoke and particulate pollution — something we could all use right now.,

    Lately the smoke pollution in NYC has been so bad I can't leave the house without wearing a P100 respirator, even though I'm hundreds of miles from the nearest wildfire. You've probably experienced something similar lately, and so this product could be just the ~breath of fresh air~ you're looking for.

    It's designed to work in a smallish-sized room, and has all the features you'd expect at this price: a color-changing air quality indicator, auto on/off, a sleep timer, true HEPA replaceable filters, and a built-in ionizer. The ionizer is manually switched on and off, so if you're sensitive to ozone (like I am!), you can run it just when you're out of the room.

    Promising review: "I've had this purifier for two and a half years and still absolutely love it. The filters aren't unreasonably expensive nor do I have to replace them too frequently. It's very sensitive and kicks on when I cook, even though it isn't in the kitchen. In fact, it's so sensitive that a dog fart has been known to get it going to filter the air. If that's not a selling point, I don't know what is. I have two purifiers and this one is far and away the better one...and the other one is terrific." — Stephanie

    Price: $200.98+ (available in two colors)

    BTW — the manufacturer of this product has an endorsement deal with BTS! The universe is amazing.

    3. And a dehumidifier that's compact but mighty enough to keep a whole basement dry. I have a 20-pint model myself and I love the power — it'll lower the humidity from 75% to 30% in my bedroom in about 10 minutes, on the normal setting. I also love the ability to set the humidity level you want, the sleep timer, an even higher-powered setting, and filter and "tank full" alarms to let you know it needs some attention.

    My large dehumidifier with my hand and a can, for scale.
    Samantha Jacobson

    You can hook it up to a drain using the provided hose or empty the reservoir yourself, like I do. Mine needs emptying after about 12 hours of continuous use, because our place is pretty damp. There's a handle and wheels for easy moving. Like all dehumidifiers, it does put out some heat, and in order to be effective it needs good airflow, so nobody put this baby-sized machine in a corner.

    Promising review: "We put this in a 2,000 square-foot basement with a drain hose to the sump pump. It has no problem keeping the humidity around 40%. I have to check it every now and them to make sure it's still running because it's so quiet. Would recommend this 100%." —Terry Vaught

    Price: $199.99+ (originally $249+, available in three sizes)

    4. A tiny surge protector you can screw into your existing outlet to power five regular three-prong plugs, three USB cords and a USB-C cord.

    Promising review: "Nice, well-made unit that eliminates the need for USB chargers, freeing up electrical outlets. I purchased one to try and was so pleased I bought three more. I’m looking forward to the addition of a USB-C plug-in. I highly recommend the wall charger as it eliminates clutter, provides surge protection, and adds additional electric plug-ins." —Papa Gary

    Price: $14.98

    5. A No Cow plant-based protein bar for a vegan, naturally-sweetened snack that's lactose-free, soy-free, certified gluten-free, and has only one gram of sugar and 20+ grams of protein per bar.

    The protein bar in Birthday Cake

    It's so hard to find good protein bars if you have dietary restrictions. 

    Take it hiking, eat one after your workout, eat one for a balanced snack at work, or keep one in your bag in case of emergencies. 

    Promising review: "I LOVE No Cow bars. I first discovered these years ago, and only used to be able to find them at Vitamin Shoppe. Then I remember seeing them at CVS, and then Sprouts, and then Amazon! I like this because I’m intolerant to dairy, so that severely limited my options when it came to protein bars, and I appreciate how this is a protein bar with very low carbs that still tastes good. I follow a low carb (10% of daily intake of calories or less) about equal percentages protein and fat diet. I was so happy with No Cow when I discovered it, and LOVE that they keep putting out new flavors. The Birthday Cake is great. Love that there are actual sprinkles inside, and it tastes like cake batter." —LJLove

    Price: $26.89+ for a 12-pack (available in 15 flavors)

    6. A medicated dog shampoo to eliminate fungus, parasites, skin scaling, rashes, inflammation, and greasy skin. Reviewer photos show some really transformative results.

    It's pH balanced for doggos and formulated for pups over 12 weeks old. It also has over 3,000 5-star reviews.

    Promising review: "I have nothing but positive things to say about this shampoo. I recently purchased this shampoo for my pit bull named Hera. She always had issues with her skin and coat, but after she had he first litter she had bald patches and was almost bald in the flank area (her sides). The first time I used this product I followed the bathing instructions. It's now the nine days later and her coat looks better than it ever has. The first picture is after the first wash. The last was the eight days later. All I have to say is give it a try, I am so happy I did.—Amazon customer

    Price: $8.99 or Subscribe & Save for $8.54

    7. A pull-up assister, because despite months of trying you're still struggling and this could be just the assist you need. It's basically a couple resistance bands and a foot stirrup; add or subtract bands to give you just the lift you're looking for.

    The assist

    Promising review: "If you're doing pull-ups (or trying to) as part of your workout, this is an essential tool. You can adjust the amount of assist you need by either adding or subtracting bands and by adjusting the placement of foot rest. It is awesome for those just learning how to do pull-ups and allows for gradual reduction of assist as you get stronger. Also fantastic for eking out those last extra reps when you're spent at the end of a workout. This product is well-made and well-thought-out. Easy to adjust, easy to use. It's a definite game changer!" —Lexiesmom

    Price: $30.98

    8. An airtight aluminum stash jar that will hold a healthy nug or up to an eighth of ground herb, just right for when you're on the go. Reviewers swear really keeps anyone else from smelling that you're holding. It's about the same size as that pill bottle you've been using, but way better.

    The jar compared to a pill jar, and it's slightly smaller

    I get it, you're not sus but you also don't want to give folks reason to be so themselves. 

    This size is more than enough for me and my partner to have a hazy a day out; I buy in bulk (and use this jar for home storage), but I'd never carry more than this amount when I'm out and about, so I think you'll be pleased with the size for the purpose.  Folks say it stays closed, it fits easily in your pocket, and it's about palm-sized. I really can't think of anything else I'd want in a travel stash jar.

    Promising review: "This product is great. It works really well for keeping your herbs smell-free. The container itself is fairly small which is good if you're trying to be discreet. It fits about four grams of the herbs if it is ground." —Monica Zepeda

    Price: $7.99 (available in six colors)

    9. A nose soother for dry, crusty, or chapped dog noses to try when nothing else will soothe your poor pup's snout.

    A dog's nose before and after using the balm, with large crusty patch gone

    Promising review: "This works awesomely! I have been frustrated for a long time with my dog's dry nose and worrying about it bothering her (the vet kept saying it was just allergies). I read an article about this product helping dogs with the same issue so decided to try it. I followed the recommendations for two weeks and then once in a while after that and now my dog's nose is back to normal! So happy." —AmyJean Barclay

    Price: $6.95+ or Subscribe & Save for $6.60+ (available in two sizes)

    10. A heavy bag hanger that's designed to be mounted to wooden bracing that you screw into your studs, for truly secure punching bag hardware. Reviewers swear it's a cinch to install and can really take a beating.

    Wood bracing is not included, but a length of 2x4 will do just fine. Be sure to use a stud finder to help you out, and remember to pre-drill with a titanium bit if you're lucky enough to have metal studs.

    Promising review: "This thing has held up to near daily heavy beatings from multiple people for over seven months as I write this review. A 100 lb bag was the bag in use. The trick is, I mounted 2x4s into the wall first, with long screws into studs, and then put this hanger on top of those. This is probably the easiest and best option to hang a heavy bag if you don't want to ruin your wall or have a 100-lb dead weight come dropping down on you!" —Sarah

    Price: $29.69+ (also available with bag chain)

    11. And! A 100-pound heavy bag with hundreds of rave reviews and a ton of thoughtful details: it's stitched closed and the stitching is very heavy-duty, the fabric is tear-proof, and there's metal rings and chains to hang it from.

    The black bag, hanging

    Promising review: "Huge step up from the average bag. Has D-rings and chains instead of straps that wear out. All the stitching is heavy duty. No cheap plastic zippers — this bag is laced up. It's shorter than other canvas-strap style 100 lb bags. If you are using a stand, that comes in handy. You can hang it higher. This bag has a couple inches of foam underneath the synthetic cover. It's packed hard. It's awesome! To go from turning a bag into a banana after a hook to a bag that holds shape is quite nice. The cover is a little slick at first but man what a bag! This IS the bag you are looking for if real leather isn't on the table." —Top

    Price: $164.99

    12. A pair of stretchy, flat-front pants that are basically leggings... with the added benefit of tons of pockets and a zipper fly so they're even easier to get on and off. There's not a lot of clothing you can wear straight from yoga practice to a wedding, but you could definitely pull it off in these bad boys.,

    Promising review: "I love these pants, and apparently so does everyone else. I received at least a dozen complements throughout the night and multiple people asked where I bought these. These fit like tight baseball pants. These are extremely comfortable. Seriously, they are basically baseball pants. They kept me cool on the beach but withstood several roundhouse kicks to show their flexibility." —Heath to the H

    Price: $37.99+ (available in men's sizes 28–36 and 16 colors)

    13. A set of three lightweight ceramic pots with drainage holes and a base that'll keep the water that drains out from leaving rings on your wooden shelf or coffee table. Reviewers are really pleased with the shape and size, and say they look really substantial even though they're nice and light.

    The pots with plants in them.

    They're fired at an extra high temperature for extra durability, and the decorative ridges add extra resilience.

    Promising review: "Super cute, and great quality for the price. I like that they came in different sizes so I could plant different plants in each one. Will definitely be buying more in the future." —Skylar

    Price: $15.98

    14. A tape measure two-pack I use myself for all of my household measuring needs. Hanging a picture in the right spot? Figuring out if that new chair will fit? Need to be sure of your clothing size? It has you covered.

    black and pink tape measures, one retractable

    Promising review: "When you can get two for the price of one, why not? One is retractable and one is cloth. Each have their own applications. Cloth works well for measuring your body and the retractable is easy to use for flat surfaces. Both are marked in inches on one side and in centimeters on the other side." —RGA

    Price: $5.99

    15. A stumpy little natural-edge stool and side table, to give your living room or backyard the Bag End treatment. It's made of reclaimed cedar, so it'll stand the test of time even if you keep it outside.,

    It's a smart choice for outdoor seating if you live somewhere hot and sunny, since cedar has natural air pockets, which keep it from getting hot to the touch.

    Promising review: "These stools are beautiful! I absolutely love them!! They are exactly what I hoped for and will be perfect for side tables, footstools, or extra seating on our deck. I couldn't be happier with my purchase. Great quality for the price and wonderful craftsmanship." —Debbie S

    Price: $87.99

    16. A pair of ever-iconic New Balance 574 sneakers for OG style, that reviewers also swear by for unparalleled everyday comfort.

    reviewer wearing the shoes in gray

    Promising reviews: "Not only are these super cute on, but they're like butter when it comes to your stride. I have custom orthotics which is one reason I bought these. They're able to correctly fit a custom orthotic. Often sneakers that can properly hold these inserts are clunky when you walk. Not these! I felt minimal to no impact on my knees as I walked and my foot had a natural roll instead of a CLUNK when they hit the ground. I'll be buying these again!" —Erin Larmour

    "I love these shoes! I am a New Balance fan and this model did not disappoint. They remind me of the very first pair of New Balance I ever bought. I ordered them in my exact size. They fit perfectly. They keep my ankle, leg and knee aligned and I am having fewer problems with me knees. Plenty of room in the toe box. I think I’ll order another pair in black so I have a spare! Love the navy. My orthotics made the shoes too tight but I find I get enough support from them, so my orthotics are not necessary in these." —Gwen C Todaro

    Price: $79+ (available in women's sizes 5–12 and 5 wide–12 wide, and eight colors)

    17. An 18" x 60" extra-long kitchen mat reviewers use for when they need a little extra coverage compared to a doormat-sized one. They also rave it's the best kitchen mat they've ever tried. I have some myself, and totally agree!

    Samantha Jacobson

    I two of these in my apartment and love them. They're comforting without being too spongey, which I appreciate because I have balance issues and can't stay upright on the thicker kind. The mats also don't absorb water, so you don't have to worry about them getting moldy and gross, like you do with woven mats.

    Promising review: "I keep trying new mats over and over again. I never seemed to find one that lived up to the hype until now. The mat came rolled up and sealed in plastic for protection during transport. I left it unrolled overnight and there was no problem with the ends rolling back up when I moved it to the kitchen in the morning. It is long enough to go in front of the double sink and extend over to the front of the dishwasher. This is AWESOME because that's where so much water gets onto the kitchen floor. It is comfortable to stand on, whether I am in shoes or barefoot. After washing the dishes for my family of seven, I can have some lower back pain. I have had no pain at all since using my new mat. As for safety, we even tried it with the kids step stool and there was ZERO movement. With toddlers going up and down, that is quite an accomplishment." —SDS

    Price: $25.99 (available in five colors)

    18. A pair of loose-fitting yoga paints that actually look like pants, so they're good for downward facing well as downstairs-for-food jogs, downtown shopping slogs, and don't care binge-watch fogs. Reviewers love the versatility and rave over the fit and feel, especially the nice wide waistband.


    We're all ready to move on from the skinny pants/leggings trend, and these are a nice transitional piece to get you started.

    They machine wash just fine, as several reviewers attest. The manufacturer says to put them in the dryer, but a lot of folks line-dry. You do you, friend.

    Promising review: "I love these pants! The fit is sleek but not as form-fitting as leggings, the fabric is heavy and has a bit of a drape. Because the logo is up near the waistband, it is easily covered by a top, and so I feel OK wearing them for daily wear vs just a workout wear. I also like the wide waistband because I am not constantly having to pull my pants back into place every time I stretch. As for care, I wash them normally with other dark items, but I let them line dry vs. using the dryer (as I would with lingerie) to preserve elastic properties." —Red MRE

    Price: $18.97+ (available in women's sizes XS-3X and three colors)

    19. A Yeti-dupe insulated travel tumbler, which is a third of the price and 100% as awesomely functional. It'll keep your hot stuff hot, and cold stuff cold, all day long...and then some!,

    It comes with two straws (one straight and one bent) and a straw cleaning brush.

    Promising review: "Never having owned a Yeti I can't compare the two. What I can do is write about my experience. I filled the cup up with ice and water the 8:30 a.m. and the next morning when I took a sip of what was left it was still ice cold and had some ice in it! I love the straws as well with the brush for cleaning. That in itself is a plus. And it DOES NOT leak from the lid. Not a drop! I had thought if I keep the straw in the cup it would probably make the cold water not last as long. WRONG! It wasn't affected at all. So if you are on the fence about purchasing this, get off and purchase it. I bet you won't be sorry." —Supee1117

    Price: $15+ (available in three sizes and 16 colors)

    20. An eye rinse for cats that uses boric acid to fight infections, removes debris, and prevents tear stains.

    Promising review: "My kitten got a really nasty cold and her eyes looked terrifying. Her third eyelid was inflamed and covering her eyes, which were gooey and sticking together. The picture of her eyes looking infected is from last night before eye drops, and the other picture is from today. She looks one hundred times better. There’s no more goop and her third eyelid relaxed. I highly recommended this!"—Sunny Banks

    Price: $5.59 or Subscribe & Save for $5.31

    21. A low price weeder, wich really works to effectively expurgate pesky plants from your yard, without ever having to resort to toxic chemicals, a dangerous string trimmer...or even bending over! Stick it in the ground, twist, pull, and you'll remove that sucker by the roots.


    Promising review: "We (high school baseball program) own several types, including the Fiskars (very good) and store branded ones. I was a little skeptical about this one before I purchased it, but it is definitely my favorite weeder now. The twist motion turned out to be no big deal at all (fast), and the nail grabber is good for pulling all kinds of weeds out of our manicured grasses. I can even pull very young weeds without going all the way in, leaving no meaningful hole at all. In general the hole is smaller than the knife type grabbers. The ejector requires no bending, much appreciated. I would say that for all but a few difficult weeds, this is our fastest weeder and is half the price of the deluxe Fiskars, which is my second favorite."—Lawrence J. Konis

    Price: $29.99

    22. A glass teapot with a built-in diffuser, stay-cool handle, and drip-proof spout. It's made of borosilicate glass — that's the same as old-school Pyrex, and basically unbreakable. You can use it on a stove as a kettle, put it in the microwave, and wash it in the dishwasher.

    I have no tea to spill about this well-engineered wonder. ☕

    Borosilicate glass has more silicon dioxide than soda-lime glass, and that's why it's virtually shatterproof and waaay more temperature-resistant than soda-lime kind (which makes up about 90% of the glass out there). You could pour boiling water into this thing then drop it in ice water and it wouldn't shatter. In fact, because of the boron in it, borosilicate glass is so chemical-resistant, they use to store nuclear waste — it's not going to stain, no matter how long you keep forgetting about that black tea from the other day.

    It comes with an 18/10 stainless steel diffuser insert. It's made of 18% chromium and 10% nickel, and offers the greatest amount of rust-resistance out there, thanks to the high nickel content. It will also hold its finish well.

    This is top rack dishwasher-safe, but hand washing is recommended. 

    Promising review: "I wanted a teapot that I could use in the microwave or on the stove. I was a little concerned about the fragility of this beautiful glass item, but I shouldn't have worried. The handle is not as delicate as it might appear in the picture, and is plenty sturdy enough for daily use and I am particularly pleased with the fact that the spout does not drip at all. I am very happy with this teapot, and might just pick up another one for that dreadful day when I break this one. The handle doesn't get hot, even though the water is at a full boil. You never need a hot pad to remove this from the heat. I love that!" —Lucille Harrington  

    Price: $22.99

    PS — If you use it on your gas stove, make sure the flame is turned down low enough that it isn't touching the teapot: borosilicate glass rules, but it becomes unstable if you get it too hot, and the flame on a gas stove burns at 3,000 degrees.

    23. And! A glass mixing bowl made of borosilicate glass, so it's extra tough and super temperature-resistant, just like Pyrex used to be.


    They don't make 'em like this anyore...Pyrex, that is. They switched to tempered soda-lime glass a long time ago (although when, precisely, is a closely guarded secret). Like tempered glass, borosilicate glass will stand up to being dropped, but there's no risk of it suddenly exploding into a bunch of little dice-shaped pieces, like Pyrex is known to do. Suffice it to say, you really can put this in the oven, freezer, microwave, and dishwasher without worry.

    Promising review: "The versatility of this glass bowl is amazing. It is a thick glass bowl that can be used in the freezer and into the oven. It is totally temperature safe. I love the glass thickness, it is 1/4” thick, and easy to grip and use. Perfect to make jello, or a casserole, as well mix cookies or microwave fudge! It cleans nicely, and is dishwasher safe. I needed a good quality glass bowl as the metal one I had was not microwave or oven safe." —Hope

    Price: $9.99+ (available in four sizes)

    24. A combination fan and LED lantern to take with you camping or keep at home in case the next heat wave causes your power to go out.,

    A very solid twofer. Hang it, or use the half you're not using as a stand for the part you need. It uses two D batteries, which are not included.

    Promising review: "I purchased this last minute for a camping trip and wasn't expecting much for the price, but overall it surpassed my expectation. The fan lasted two and a half nights (about 20 hours) on the high setting, longer than the description said it would. The light was nice and bright and lit up my whole tent. On the low setting, the fan only created a faint breeze, but on the high setting I could feel the air on my face from six or seven feet away. Having two hinges made it easy to point the fan and light in separate directions and overall I was happier with it than I thought I'd be." —Rachel M

    Price: $11.04

    25. An unscented FDA-compliant sunscreen spray for dogs and horses that's nongreasy, and water- and sweat-resistant to help give sun-related injuries a chance to heal and to help reduce your four-legged friend's chance of skin cancer and other maladies.

    A dog before using the spray / a dog after using the spray

    Promising review: "My rescue pup is completely hairless on her back, ears, neck, and thighs. She has dark grey skin, but still burns. I was unsure of using an alcohol-based sunscreen, worried about drying out her skin and/or triggering acne. I'm happy I tried it! Her skin is as beautiful and soft as ever — with no burns! With spring rolling in here in the Catskills, we're out hiking a lot in the sun. There's little shade due to it being so early in the season, so she gets a lot of sun exposure. On our longest trip (seven hours with day camping in between) I applied and reapplied once. The noise is rather quiet for a spray, and while she isn't a huge fan, she'll let me apply it to her." —Amazon customer

    Price: $17.95

    26. A balance ball stool to give your poor back a break when you're sitting in the same position all day. It's a great alternative to an office chair, that's not only ergonomically better, but will also help you work on your balance.

    The stool

    Always trust patient-facing medical professionals when it comes to comfort, because they have very repetitive routines and are really good at figuring out how to make them more tolerable.

    Promising review: "I suffer from sciatica and this chair fits all the necessities as described by my physician (upper leg at 135-degree angle to spine, no pressure on lower back). I am a doctor who has to sit on a stool all day this allows me to sit with comfort and stand without having to re-stretch lower back." —Amazon Customer

    "I am a dental hygienist and purchased this chair to help with posture, comfort and mobility while working. I couldn't be happier with my purchase and recommend it to anyone that appreciates the benefits of the stability ball." —Kelly G.

    Price: $69.11

    27. A carpet cleaning solution adored by folks who've had enough of stinky, stained carpets. It's biodegradable and nontoxic and will make your carpet look and smell like new.

    Promising review: "All-around 5-star product! I used this to clean up after years of cat messes. I don't know the last time my rug had been cleaned. I didn't think it was possible it could be cleaned but now I am highly impressed! It smells amazing. If you're looking for a deep clean and odor remover, this is the one." —LConti

    Price: $19.97+ or Subscribe & Save for $18.97+ (available in two sizes)

    28. A pair of chonky gold hoops that are just the juicy ear accessory you've been looking for. They're so light and comfy, you'll barely notice you're wearing them — in fact, some reviewers wear them to sleep!,

    Promising review: "I love that gold hoops are back in style, and I've been on the hunt for some that aren't big or super heavy and these are absolutely perfect! They're a little bit bigger than a huggie hoop, but they're so lightweight and perfect for everyday wear! They go with everything and I've worn them almost every day since I got them! Definitely a steal at only $13! Such good quality too!" —Shannon

    Price: $12.95 (available in three colors)

    29. A diffuser, which changes color and reviewers swear puts out enough vapor to vibe up a large room.,

    Promising review: This diffuser is awesome! Beautiful color with light and dark color options. Timer settings to turn it off, and it has an auto-off feature for when it runs out of water. It holds quite a bit of water and really puts the vapor out! But, if its too much, you can choose your steam setting. Very beautifully made diffuser that is quiet." —Toughtime

    Price: $27.99+ (available in two colors)

    30. An off-the-shoulder dress with princess sleeves, because we all could use a little bit of the royal treatment in our lives right now.

    A reviewer wears the dress in red

    Promising review: "This dress is lovely! Actually thicker fabric than I thought but thin enough to be cool. I’m normally an XXL if not an XXXL in Amazon clothing, and the XL fits me perfectly, so if you’re on the cusp of sizing I’d say go ahead and leap. The color was so vibrant and gorgeous. Wore it to a friends wedding and I felt like a million bucks. 10/10 would recommend this absolutely beautiful dress. Buy it!" —Brittany

    Price: $31.99+ (available in women's sizes XS–XL and 15 colors)

    31. A tiny temperature and humidity sensor so you can know if the basement's getting too damp without having to actually go down there. Or stick one in the fridge to be sure it's staying at the right temperature. You can connect as many as you want to a dedicated app, to monitor the climate throughout your house in real time.,

    It uses a watch battery that will last up to several years in normal conditions.

    Promising review: "I've had a few 'weather station' devices, which typically have a limited number of probes, or the probes require AAA batteries, making them too heavy, and they need to constantly be connected to the base station to work. SensorPush solves all these issues by using an app on your device and creating a sensor which is light and small which has the ability to collect data and store it until you sync. I have one in my bedroom and one in an acoustic guitar case. From a couple of rooms away I can still sync with my bedroom SensorPush and when I travel with my guitar I can sync the humidity and temperature my guitar has experienced in the hold of the plane (with alarming results) once I land. The app (Android for me) is simple and clear, giving you hour/day/week/month graphs as well as the ability to export the data per sensor to a spreadsheet. I've created a template and so my sensors are now mapped against other weather data I collect from other external sources as well. So I can map inside temp versus outside temp and do predictive analysis over time. SensorPush the company is also easy to deal with and helpful with questions. Pairing with your devices easy and stable. Photo provided for size comparison, SensorPush with Amazon Echo." —Stephen Gillies

    Price: $49.99

    When you finally get the humidity under control:

    Vestron Pictures

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