It’s a me, a bestseller!
Amazingly, thousands of our readers are bold (or stupid) enough to cut their own hair. But if you’re going to try it, the Remington Shortcut Pro seems to be the tool to use.
This past January, my wife and I went on our long-delayed honeymoon to Kauai, Hawaii, and all we paid for the flights was $44.80 for taxes and TSA fees. Here’s how we did it.
Most dash cams face forward, but of course, people can crash into your car from any direction. So if you want a dash cam that can see all the way around your vehicle, Vantrue N2 Pro kind of gives you 360 coverage in one compact package.
When browsing Amazon’s snack selection to spend a $10 sample box credit, I stopped in my tracks when I saw what appeared to be Nutella-like chocolate spread being sold under Amazon’s own Wickedly Prime brand. Surely it couldn’t be as good as the real thing, right?
Remember digital photo frames? You probably got one for your grandparents back in 2006, and haven’t given them a second thought since. Turns out, they’ve gotten a lot better since then.
Finally, someone made the Glow Bowl, but for everywhere else in your home. This motion-sensing light strip is billed as an under-bed night light, but you could just as easily attach it under your bathroom counter, along a railing, beneath your baby’s crib, or anywhere else you might need to venture in the middle of…
$30 sunglasses aren’t hard to find, but most of them are made of cheap-looking plastic, and not what some would consider fashionable. Enter Privé Revaux.
Anker’s PowerCore line has reigned as our readers’ favorite USB battery pack for over a year, and the PowerCore Elite (previously called the PowerCore II) has now joined the Bestseller pantheon.
Despite only being in stock on Amazon for a few hours every month or so, the Nintendo Switch has been a big enough hit to join our bestseller club.
A lot of our readers seems to be avid campers and/or dedicated doomsday preppers, because they’ve bought a ton of LifeStraws.
With the possible exception of salt, olive oil is probably the most-used ingredient you have in your kitchen, but the oil aisle is fraught with perils and scams, so it’s a good idea to find an olive oil you trust, commit its label to memory, and stick with it.