25 Things You Didn’t Know You Needed from Amazon.
If the pandemic has taught us anything, just about anything we need can be delivered – and presumably by Amazon. Check out our roundup of 25 practical, fun, and quirky Amazon products you never knew existed.
Love it or hate it, you can’t deny that the company allows Amazon customers to order a wide range of products to make their lives easier. Read our list and leave a comment about what you would add to the list.
Fun and Useful Gadgets
Amazon is a great place to find all sorts of fun gadgets. Here are some that have proven to be very helpful.
1. CHIPOFY USB C Cable with Built-in Power Meter ($25.99)
This USB C cable will help you determine how fast it charges your devices. It has a power meter so you can see how much power your USB C devices are using while charging.
2. Beech Lane RV Fridge Fan ($24.99)
In order to quickly cool something inside your refrigerator, you will need air circulation. This refrigerator fan runs on two D batteries and has a simple power switch. It will fit perfectly in the drink drawer in your home refrigerator.
3. ANYCUBIC Vyper ($399.99)
DIYers will appreciate that this FDM 3D printer is worth the money. It has two significant advantages over the Ender 3: a built-in bed leveling system and dual Z-axis threaded rods. It uses standard 20mm aluminum profiles throughout the frame, so you’ll be able to adapt a lot of 3D printing tricks to the AnyCubic Vyper.
4. Soundcore by Anker Life A1 True Wireless Earbuds ($49.99)
The biggest claim these headphones make to fame is that they are IPX7 waterproof. You can fully submerge these headphones in water up to one meter deep for up to thirty minutes and they will still work. Wear them in the bath or shower and don’t worry about damage.
This rechargeable Bluetooth face mask connects to your cell phone so you can listen to whatever helps you sleep. We know from experience that it completely drowns out neighboring snores. Plugging in a micro-USB charger is tricky, but it’s cheaper than counseling couples, so it’s worth it.
6. 3D Moon Lamp by Mind-glowing ($21.95)
This plug-in night light with sixteen remote-controlled dimmable LED lamps illuminates the uneven surface of the moon. It is 3D printed in PLA and would look great in any child’s bedroom.
For the Kitchen
These kitchen gadgets and ingredients are useful foods that will improve your life.
7. Chung Jung One O’Food Medium Hot Pepper Paste (Gochujang) ($8.19 for 1.1 lbs)
Add Gochujang Pepper Paste to your sauces and soups for a slow-rising spiciness you’ll love.
This is the best pasta pot we’ve ever used with a colander built into the lid. They come in a variety of colors, but the stainless steel option is better, though more expensive.
9. Kershaw Taskmaster Multipurpose Scissors ($26.85)
Shun, a manufacturer of high quality Japanese knives, has kitchen scissors for $55-$70. Instead, we recommend the Kershaw Taskmaster scissors, which are almost indistinguishable from each other and cost only $26.85.
10. Bellemain Large Ravioli Machine ($15.95)
If you purchase this dishwasher-safe ravioli maker, you may never buy ravioli from the store again. Homemade ravioli freeze exceptionally well.
11. Bee’s Wax Reusable Food Wraps ($14.99 for a pack of 3)
These food savers are reusable so they are good for the environment. Bee’s Wrap lasts up to a year with proper care and regular use.
For Your Home and Vehicle
You need these products at home and on the go.
Keep this safety tool in your car in case you need to cut your seat belt or blow out a car window.
13. TubShroom Tub Drain ($19.99 for 2 packs)
TubShroom has great reviews, but honestly, if you own a 3D printer or decide to buy the AnyCubic Vyper described above, you can print your own.
14. USB Power Outlet Extension Cable ($13.59)
This way you add USB ports to the room without changing the sockets.
15. LuxClub Bamboo pillowcases ($14.99 for two, 40 colors)
If you don’t want to shell out for silk or satin pillowcases, opt for bamboo pillowcases.
16. Nalgene water bottle ($12.99)
This is the holy grail of water bottles. It is BPA free and will fit in your car’s cup holder. To keep it free of mold, empty it at night so it can dry and wash it every few days.
For Your Pets
You need these products for the Fidos and Fluffies in your life.
17. PetCable Pet-Resistant Cord Protector ($14.99 for nine feet)
Your pet’s teeth can’t handle these cord protectors.
18. Comtim Pet Food Jar Lids ($5.23 for two)
Be more eco-friendly with these reusable silicone can lids. They will fit your pet tins regardless of their size.
For Your Body
Take care of yourself with these Amazon products you never knew you needed.
19. Organic Lip Balm Gift Set (twelve tubes for $26.99)
During the pandemic, we didn’t order a lot of cosmetics, but these lip balms are an exception. They are great.
20. CeraVe Moisturizer ($16.25/19 oz)
This is the only lotion in our skincare. Use it after exfoliation and your skin will thank you. This is especially beneficial for the face.
21. Fitbit Inspire 2 Health & Fitness Tracker ($84.75)
Stay healthy with the Fitbit Inspire 2. It will sync with the Fitbit app installed on your Android or Apple iPhone. Find out what you get with a 1-year trial of Fitbit Premium.
This monitor will detect your SpO2 (blood oxygen saturation levels), heart rate and pulse rate in 10 seconds and display them on the LED display. Who needs this information? Athletes, new visitors to high altitude places and people with breathing problems.
23. BrüMate Insulated Can Cooler ($29.99)
For Your Life
This cooler keeps cans cold for crazy times.
24. Chupa Chups Candy, Lollipops Drum Display ($24.18 for 60)
We’re including them because they’re delicious, and they have the distinction of being the first candy sent to the Mir space station.
25. Amazon Essentials Men’s Slim-fit Stretch Bootcut Jeans ($32.80).
Can you say comfortable? Men love these super soft stretch jeans. They may not be the most stylish, but almost as comfortable as leggings! Various sizes are available, but please be aware that they run larger.
25 Things You Didn’t Know You Needed from Amazon
25 Things You Didn’t Know You Needed from Amazon