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    35 Products Under $10 On Amazon Our Readers Are Loving In 2018

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    1. A meal planner pad for figuring out what you have in the pantry and fridge, what you can cook up with those things, and planning out what you need at the store so you don't overspend.

    Promising review: "This is great. I love that you can make your meal plan and grocery list and just rip it off. The pocket for coupons/recipes is convenient and I appreciate that it's magnetic so I just leave it on the fridge. I love it" —melanieelaine

    Price: $9.98

    2. A Groot planter to decorate your desk or home with the most adorable fixture. Don't mind him just staring admiringly at you and holding your fave plant or succulent.

    Promising review: "This is awesome!! It looks great and everyone asks where I got it. Best Groot product I’ve come across. It's perfect for a tiny plant. Has a hole going down the neck to the bottom of the base for water to drain out so it doesn’t rot." —Mr S

    Price: $7 (originally $24.95)

    3. A stainless steel bar and holder that'll get rid of odors like a magical charm and lasts a long time — we stan a product with some serious longevity.

    Promising review: "I got so tired of rubbing my hands on the sides of my sink to rid my hands of onion odor after preparing a meal. The shape of this bar makes it so much easier to scrub. Great price." —Amazon Customer

    Price: $1.50

    4. A customizable dog tag for picking out the most perfect option for your loving pupper — after all, he/she is a veryyyy good doggo who is certainly deserving of a personal touch.

    To customize your dog tag, click "customize now" when completing your purchase. You'll be able to select your size, shape, and color, and add up to four lines of text on each side.

    Promising review: "Great! I was buying the engraved tags from the pet store at about 11 bucks a pop, and they would be worn and unreadable in a few weeks. My pup has been wearing this tag for almost six months, and the engraving is still very clear. We give it a beating, too! We go hiking and snowshoeing, and my pup likes to play in mud and water. I bought two, expecting them to wear out as fast as the $11 ones. I'm sure that the first one will last a few more months, so I saved a whole lot more than I expected." —Lee

    Price: $3.70 (available in eight colors, two sizes, and various shapes)

    5. A pair of socks to treat yourself or another Greys Anatomy fan in your life.

    Promising review: "My daughter loves these just as much as she loves the show! Very soft material and they wash well! She puts them on every Thursday to watch the latest episode." —Kerry S.

    Price: $1.99+ (available in five colors)

    6. A weekly pill organizer that'll make managing your medication easy peazy, now you don't have to keep setting numerous phone alarms.

    Includes seven portable trays (one for each day of the week). Plus, each tray has four sections to specify time of day to take your pills.

    Promising review: "I have had this for a few months now. I don’t think

    I’ve missed any medicine since I started using it. I am on 10 different meds which I take several times a day. This is perfect. I love that I can put the day in my purse or pocket, and I am set for the day. As a side note, when you pull out your new pill pod, you know what day it is. Lol. I keep the tower in our medicine chest, and if I'm home, I just leave the day I am using on top of the tower. Mom saw mine and ordered one. Everyone who I’ve shown it to is sold." —Karen R. Starken

    Price: $7.24 (originally $12.99)

    7. An Apple TV remote case for adding an extra layer of durability to your remote control, while also making it look a little sleeker, too!

    Promising review: "Bought this to protect my Siri remote and help reduce the amount of time spent looking for it. So far, so good. The cover fits well and is what I expected. And if you get it in a bright color it'll help when the kids lose the remote under the couch or in between the cushions." —M. Clements

    Price: $6.59 (available in three colors)

    8. A pair of angel wing earrings to make your ears really pop in the most gorgeous way possible — now all you need is a halo on top of your head.

    Promising review: "I bought these because, well, they looked awesome. Got them and love them. Wore them and everyone at work loved them too! Needless to say it was a great buy. I hardly wear my hair up, but with these on I want to just to show them off!" —armando a rivera

    Price: $6.98 (available in six colors)

    9. A password journal that'll finally make clicking "I forgot my password" a thing of the past.

    Promising review: “This little book has room for 116 websites in ABC order, plus four more pages for extras. It also has lines for at least six changes in passwords for each site. It is very important to be able to change passwords and keep up with them. I don't think it can be beat for the price. I ordered extras for gifts!” —Sherry

    Price: $6.99

    10. A jar of 50 adorable capsules you can fill with cute messages and pull out when you need something to smile at on a bad day.

    Promising review: "These are the cutest little things! They were ordered as part of a gift for one of my daughter's friends and she absolutely loved them. I see these being a great little gift for others in the future too. We received a fairly good assortment of colors and expressions. No complaints at all." —SH

    Price: $12.99

    11. A bracelet fastener to make closing even the most difficult and fussy of bracelets so damn easy.

    Promising review: "I don't have anyone to help me put my bracelets on, and this thing is a life saver. I have multiple bracelets that I was not able to wear because I couldn't get them on myself, but with this tool it's a breeze." —lpclw

    Price: $5.99

    12. An insect repellant lotion that'll keep the buggies out of your way. No offense to them, but your outdoors plans for the day just didn't involve them.

    Promising review: “Sawyer Picaridin is more effective than anything I have ever used! Mosquitoes love me! Yesterday I used it and went out in the afternoon to prune banana trees for several hours and never got a single bite. And it feels so much better on my skin. It has no oily residue! This is great stuff!” —Dorothea J DeLuca

    Price: $5.49 (originally $9.99)

    13. A six-pack of syringe highlighters for giving your notes and books some medically prescribed pops of color.

    Promising review: "Bought these for a friend who is heading off to med school soon. She thought these were hilarious and great. When she used them, people commented on how awesome they were and asked where they could find them! I tried all of the highlighters out before I gave them to her and they were all working/had ink in them. Overall, a very cute purchase!" —Lawyer Gal 359

    Price: $6.88 (available in two styles)

    14. A 12-pack of white wipes to help reduce the immediate staining things like coffee and red wine put on your teeth, so you can have your wine and flash your pearly whites, too.

    Promising review: "These wipes are amazing! Wine stains on your teeth are completely embarrassing. I recently bought these for my best friends wedding and her bridal party and we took amazing photos all night. Definitely comes in hand and saves the night!" —Amazon Customer

    Price: $7.29

    15. A fanny pack that'll hold your important shit. It'll be great to bring to a musical festival, an amusement park, a big city, or wherever it is you're going.

    Promising review: "This fanny pack is an absolute necessity for college students. I ended up using it at least a few times a month for different events around campus where I didn't want to bring a purse. Over the summer, I used it almost every day when I would go on walks or runs. These fanny packs are so inexpensive that you can definitely purchase a couple without breaking the bank. It's very spacious (fits my phone, camera, money, keys, etc.), sometimes if I'm going for a long walk I'll even pack a banana in there as well and it fits fine. I always get a ton of compliments on my fanny packs and definitely think that everyone needs one in their life!" —Kim Adams

    Price: $7.67 (originally $10.95, available in 18 colors).

    16. A compact razor perfect for bringing on your next vacay — sure, normal razors aren't ginormous, but why not downsize your items in every possible way?

    It has five blades for a close shave and a moisturizing strip, so you don't have to compromise on awesome razor quality.

    Promising review: "I cannot express how much my daughter and I love these razors! They are perfect for traveling, and the little grip is much easier to hold on to than I expected. Now there is no need to take those awful disposable razors on vacation — we can use the same quality razor that we used at home." —Anitra W.

    Price: $6.99 (originally $12.99)

    17. A book on quantum physics to start teaching your little ones science early on. Hey, it's good to read as an adult too if you wanna learn through easy explanations!

    Promising review: “I just want to say that I bought this book for my 18-month-old for a laugh. His dad is an engineer and I am a physical chemist. And now they are the only thing he will read. Until buying this series, books were just toys he could be destructive with. My guess is the extremely simple illustrations in these books — white backgrounds with a single colored object — give him something easy to focus on. He went from throwing books around to pulling these off the shelf himself and pointing and ‘reading’ to himself calmly.” —Valerie Nichols


    18. A loch ness monster bookmark that'll not only save your page, but look pretty damn adorable doing so.

    Price: $8.90 (available in three colors)

    19. A refillable lint roller for ridding your clothing of little fuzzy-wuzzies anytime, anywhere, as many times as you need.

    Promising review: "As a dog owner and a perpetual wearer of black clothing, I’ve been through my share of lint rollers and I’ve got to say Flint is hands down the best I’ve used. I love how compact it is and that it’s completely refillable — sleek and useful! 10/10 recommend!" —Amazon Customer

    Price: $9.94 (available in 16 colors)

    20. A tube of dog toothpaste to keep your pup's teeth as shiny as yours — their dental hygiene is important!

    Promising review: "I have a 5-year-old dog who has good teeth, but he has some tartar buildup from over the years. When I first got him, I brushed his teeth occasionally, but eventually stopped. After a couple years of no brushing, I decided to get back on the good dog dental hygiene train and ordered another tube of Petrodex Enzymatic Toothpaste. Now with just a short period of semi-regular usage, my dog's teeth look amazing! I got him when he was one and his teeth look better now at five then they did when I first got him. The toothpaste softened and loosened the tartar that was on his back teeth, and I was able to use a tooth scaler to scrape off the tarter. I wish I took before and after pictures because the results were fantastic." —JL

    Price: $7.96 (originally $12.61)

    21. A 20-pack of reusable cord-fastening straps that'll help you manage your numerous wires so they don't get tangled bo-jangled. They can be used for so many other things as well, just get creative!

    Promising review: "Love these things. No seriously, they have so many uses that I honestly didn't even think about when I initially ordered them. I bought them to use as cable ties for my desk, which they work perfectly for, but I've also since used them to wrap cords for stored appliances, wrap my headphones in my purse to keep them from getting tangled, I even use them to wrap the handles of my canvas grocery bags together to keep stuff from falling out, and to attach things to my purse straps." —Nicole N.

    Price: $6.99 (originally $8.99)

    22. A six-pack of kitty garden ornaments for adding the sweetest touch of purr-fection on any outdoor (or even indoor) landscape!

    Promising review: "The sweetest little cats ever! Will be perfect to sit among my houseplants. The best type of kitty that won't ever dig up your plants!" —Dizzy Fizzles

    Price: $7.99

    23. A 12-pack of highlighting pens to point out important keywords or phrases on your papers, while giving your eyes something attractive but not too flashy to focus on.

    Promising review: "I bought these to help teach algebra. Not only am I loving these, but my students are as well! They write dark enough to use as pens, but also do a great job highlighting." —Proud Mommy

    Price: $8.98

    24. A squirrel-in-underpants air freshener that'll give your car a forest-fresh scent, and your face a whole lotta laughs.

    Promising review: "Great smell and looks so funny hanging in my sister's car. She says it makes her laugh every time she looks at it." —Ashley Pond

    Price: $4.89 (originally $7.19)

    25. A tongue cleaning brush for reducing the yucky buildup of germs sitting around on your tongue, causing you bad breath — brushing your tongue is SO important, this can't be emphasized enough.

    Promising review: "A lot of people don't realize that a good portion of bad breath comes from a dirty tongue. That white film on the tongue is a film of bacteria and needs to be broken up by being brushed, and these brushes are the best I've ever found. They're very wide so they cover a large area of the tongue and I can get a good brush in before the gag reflex makes me pause. A great follow-up to brushing your tongue is to then use a tongue scraper to really make your tongue pink and clean again." —snowhound

    Price: $5.77

    26. A monthly budget planner to keep track of your expenses and, of course, help you make smarter decisions about your spending habits in the process.

    This book has 48 pages total, so it covers up to two years of budget planning. It includes monthly tables so you can record your expenses by category, plus see day-to-day decisions. And it even has easy-to-use charts, money wisdom, and prompts to allow you to set goals for yourself.

    Promising review: "It's simple to use and easy to keep organized. Some pages do not really apply to me, but I would still highly recommend it. This planner gives you the ability to organize and stay as simple or complex as you wish." —Janel

    Price: $7.99

    27. A two-pack of scissors that'll help you in your most serious of cutting and crafting jobs — and if you lose one or give one away, you have a backup!

    Promising review: "These are unbelievably good quality for the price. We use them for all sorts of household, craft, pet, kitchen, and handy uses. They're great in general and even better for the price. I'd buy them again and I'd recommend them as good utility scissors. Best of all, having two pairs makes it less likely that people grab my sewing scissors for paper, plastic, cardboard, and all sorts of other utility uses." —TabithasMom

    Price: $7

    28. A silicone lubricant for a smoother feel during sex, so you can enjoy intimacy with your partner more comfortably.

    Promising review: "I love this product. I am VERY sensitive down there and cannot handle a lot of friction during sex. My boyfriend and I have been using Wet Platinum for four years now, and have never gone back to any other brand. The silicone is so much smoother and longer-lasting than any water-based lubricant, and that makes it more efficient on your wallet. The price is very good for the size. Most stores charge about $35 for the 8.9 oz size." –dannibambi

    Price: $7.25

    29. A massage roller to assist in reducing muscle pain, so you can live your life ~knot~ in pain, get it, because knots in your muscles cause pain? Hahahah...

    Promising review: "Who would have thought this little ball massager would be the best stocking stuffer I've bought for my husband ever!? My husband has back and shoulder pains often and I could never quite get the pressure right with just my hands. This massager is fantastic for back, shoulder, and neck rubs. He likes more pressure and I like light massages, and this massager works for both. It allows for a smooth range of motion without feeling like you're being jabbed. It also works great with massage oils." —Tiff

    Price: $8.45 (available in four colors)

    30. A keychain featuring a cafe-themed cat toy, such as a macaron, latte, or cupcake. It'll make a cute and sweet addition to your keyring, and the one you get in the mail is a surprise!

    Promising review: "The detail is very nice for something so small. These cute little kitties will steal your heart." —Heather Malone

    Price: $7.99

    31. An activity book for recreating iconic paintings using stickers, so it's a lot less messy, and already an instant winner.

    Promising review: "I love coloring but the whole adult-coloring-books scene was really of no interest to me. When I saw that they now make paint-by-sticker books, I was really interested in trying one out. I have an art history background so when I saw this book I bought it instantly. I have found myself getting lost in doing the works of art. It's fun to do and easy. The price is such a great deal. Beautiful colors and detail. I really hope they come out with more art masterpiece books since I am almost done with this one." —MamaUnicorn

    Price: $9.98

    32. A six-pack of pet pens to not only write beautifully with, but to write adorably with, because look at how gosh darn precious these pens are!

    Promising review: "These pens are super adorable, great quality, and they write so smoothly and beautifully. They come in simple plastic zipper pouch that is great for carrying them around, so they won't get lost in the bottom of your bag. I highly recommend these!" —Caitlyn Kurinsky

    Price: $7.99

    33. A knitting kit that'll be honored being part of your knitting/crocheting endeavors, so you can head into the fall and winter months with cozy sweaters, hats, mittens, blankets, and more items crafted with your love.

    Includes nine non-slip crochet hooks, nine large-eye blunt needles for yarn sewing, knitting stitch markers, and a crochet hook case.

    Promising review: "What a great price for so many pieces! I love these hooks almost more than my custom made ones! They are very comfortable to hold on to, and the carrying case is adorable." —A. Spaulding

    Price: $9.99

    34. A blank comic book for letting your imagination run wild and putting you in charge of the best damn weekend morning comics you ever did read.

    Promising review: “This is just perfect for my 8-year-old son, who loves to draw comics! He has always just hand-drawn grid lines on blank paper, so I am so glad I found this for him! It has a lot of pages. So rather than being just one comic story, it would have to be a large collection of comic stories, to fill all the pages. It’s a great gift idea. I will get him more in the future!” —Tracking Packages


    35. A 100-pack of dog stickers to reward yourself for thriving in this adulthood thang in the best way ever.

    Promising review: "I pass out these stickers when I volunteer with the SPCA and the kids always love them." —Erin Grant

    Price: $5.81

    All the money you're saving from buying Amazon products RAINING OVER YOU!!!


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

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