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.
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The concept is simple: a customizable, movie-theater-style marquee that fits on your coffee table.
Let your boobs be cradled in dual-layer MicroModal fabric thanks to MeUndies.
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.
ADAY infuses activewear tech into everyday, easy fashion. I checked out the Brakes On high-waisted leggings and the Like a Boss sweatshirt and they both made my (A)day. Sorry.
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.
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.
The new Tile Pro series, featuring the gold and white Tile Style, and the grey Tile Sport, are basically the Tile Mate’s cooler, younger siblings.
An item has to sell 10,000 units to join our Bestseller club. The Dash Egg cooker can cook six eggs at once. That means it would take well over 200 average American chickens (and counting!) an entire year to lay enough eggs to fill all of the egg cookers you’ve purchased.
Sound bar-based surround sound systems have existed for awhile, but not every room is laid out to accommodate satellite speakers, and not everyone wants to see them all the time. But Yamaha’s new YAS-207 sound bar does a pretty convincing imitation of surround sound without any extraneous gear.
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.
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.
My hope is that keys will someday be a relic of the past, but until that day comes, Orbitkey does a great job of keeping them organized and quiet in your pocket.
The Amplifi Wi-Fi mesh router system is one of the best networking setups money can buy, but now, you can add its excellent range extenders to your existing router, turning basically any network into a mesh network.
Domain name registrars might seem like commodities, but ease of use and customer support can vary wildly between different companies, so we want to know which ones you trust the most. So check out the rules below, then head down to the comments to nominate your favorite service.
Let’s be honest here, thin fabric koozies are mostly useful for decoration; they don’t really keep a can cold for very long. This metal Thermos contraption though? It’s the real deal, which is why so many of you have bought it.