This one was tough. A lot of people simply voted “Sonicare” or “Oral-B” which leaves a lot to be interpreted when it comes to recommending one, single electric tooth brush. We’ve wrangled the top comments and have taken it to a vote, with five options to choose from based on what we could get from your comments.
VPNs are a hot topic these days, and our readers made it abundantly clear that Private Internet Access should be your first stop for protecting your private browsing data. This backs up the service’s win in Lifehacker’s 2014 Hive Five, so they’ve been a solid option for a long time.
We asked you about the best electric toothbrush over three years ago, and since then, there’s been a lot more innovation. There are app-enabled ones, silicone ones, even ones that have a subscription service. So, we’re coming back and wondering what you think the best electric toothbrush is, and why.
Anker’s SoundBuds Slim blew away the competition to take the title of your favorite cheap Bluetooth earbuds, adding to Anker’s impressive number of Co-Op wins.
It’s been almost two years since we last asked our readers about their favorite inexpensive Bluetooth earbuds, and a lot has changed since then, so it’s time to revisit. Head down to the comment section and tell us about the Bluetooth earbuds under $50 that you feel the most connected to.
We asked you earlier this week to tell us about your favorite cutting board. We’ve tallied the votes, and no matter which way you slice it, your favorite cutting board, with over 52% of the vote, is John Boos Block cutting boards.
We asked for your opinions on your favorite cutting boards and we’ve trimmed off the fat and sliced it down to four finalists. Now it’s time to pick one board that is a cut above the rest. Read about the finalists and submit your vote at the end of this post.
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If you’re like me, the hum of an electric carving knife is one of sounds of the holidays. But, if you’re smart, you don’t just use your electric knife just for Thanksgiving Day turkey carving - they make pretty much any large-scale chopping task easier, from corn on the cob, to cutting veggies, to breaking down a…
So, before I start this, I’d like to say I was bamboozled. Crumble Co, while it was the winner with the most votes and a very cool company, doesn’t actually make candles. They’re wax melts. So, it can’t win. But followed closely behind, and makers of actual, wick-having candles, is Bath & Body Works.
We burned the candle at both ends to figure out the top five candles brands, as voted by all you candle-obsessed people out there. Now it’s time to melt it down to one. Read what everyone had to say and make sure you cast your vote.
There is a very good chance that I have a candle addiction. I’m not loyal to one brand, but I burn through them at an unhealthy pace. If you, like me, love to keep a candle flickering in your home, please consider doing everyone a favor and recommending brands that make the fire in your heart burn as brightly as the…
In order to keep yourself warm, you have to drop some good money on a winter jacket and perhaps it doesn’t have to be puffy, but this week we want to focus on the puffers - the cold-weather staple.
Let’s put an air-tight lid on the food storage container debate. For such a simple thing, food storage containers come in literally thousands of different makes and models, each with their own unique traits.
California Olive Ranch sautéed the competition in this week’s Co-Op to earn the title of our readers’ favorite olive oil.
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.
This week, we’re running the SQL to Lifehacker’s 2012 web hosting hive five, and this year’s nominees are, with one exception, a completely different group of companies. So start your WPENGINES and check out the finalists below, and don’t forget to vote at the bottom of the post.
Last week, we found our readers’ favorite domain name registrars, but owning a domain isn’t very useful unless you can put a website on it. So this week, we’re looking for nominations for the best hosting service. Check out the rules below, then head down to the comments to support your pick.
In this week’s Co-Op, three domain name registrars stood out form the pack. So WHOIS going to win? ICANN tell you soon, after you check out the finalists below and vote for your favorite.
The ability to act as a wall charger and a USB battery pack powered the Anker PowerCore Fusion to a comfortable victory in this week’s travel charger Co-Op.