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130+ Best Black Friday Deals Under $100 Still Available Sunday

By Wirecutter Staff
Updated November 28, 2022
130+ Best Black Friday Deals Under $100 Still Available Sunday

Editor's note: Black Friday is over. Cyber Monday is here. We're no longer updating this article. For the latest, check out our coverage of the best Cyber Monday deals under $100.

Black Friday is in our rear view, but some good deals are here to stay—at least through tonight. And after scanning thousands of sales online all week, these are our experts’ top deals on Wirecutter picks under $100. You can also check out the Wirecutter Deals page, which always has the latest list of discounts on Wirecutter picks that meet our rigorous testing and pricing standards.

A photo shows the new Xbox controller in Carbon Black alongside the new controller in Robot White.
Photo: Arthur Gies

What we like: Smooth and responsive buttons. Comfortable and familiar design. Built-in Windows compatibility for nearly all PC games that support controllers. Bluetooth and USB-C connectivity. Good audio from headset jack.

Other things to know: Requires AA batteries or an add-on rechargeable battery pack for wireless play. Nearly identical to the older Xbox One controller. Available for $40 in black or white.

Read our review of the best pc gaming controller.

Photo: Sorel

Sorel Kids Boots — Staff Favorite
Sorel deal price: $72; street price: $95

What we like: Winter boots that will keep kids' feet warm and dry. Forest School founder Sally Anderson calls Sorel's kids boots "really awesome."

Other things to know: Multiple styles on sale. Available in youth and children's.

Photo: JBL

What we like: Attaches quickly and securely to handlebars. Can also attach to backpack straps via built in clip. FM radio with a frequency display. SD card slot for local media playback.

Other things to know: FM radio controls are simple up/down scan buttons. Audio isn't as full as we'd like.

Read our review of the best portable bluetooth speaker.

A single, black Havaianas flip flop.
Photo: Havaianas

What we like: One of our flip-flop picks. Simple, budget-friendly. Great for beach or pool. Squeak-free. Not slippery when wet (much to Jon Bon Jovi's disappointment). Surprisingly durable for the price.

Other things to know: First deal we've seen in over two years. Available in Navy or Marine Blue.

Read our review of the best best beach and surf gear.

Our pick for the best thermostat Nest Learning Thermostat
Photo: Google

Google Nest Thermostat — Another Good Option
Best Buy deal price: $90; street price: $130

What we like: An inexpensive and uncomplicated option. Perfect if you don't plan on using remote temperature sensors. Pairs with the Google Nest ecosystem. Home/away feature in the Google Home app is very reliable.

Other things to know: Won't automatically learn your heating and cooling schedule. Available in four colors.

Read our review of the best smart thermostat.

A small dog resting on the PetFusion Ultimate Dog Bed.
Photo: Sarah Kobos

PetFusion Ultimate Dog Bed — Our Pick
Amazon deal price: $97; street price: $120

What we like: Easy for senior dogs to get into, with a low entry point and wraparound bolstering for head support. High-quality stitching. No-skid bottom. Water-resistant cover and inner liner to for easy cleanup.

Other things to know: Side bolsters may lose shape over time but fluff up after washing and drying. Sags more than some other options. Materials aren't as refined-looking as on some other beds.

Read our review of the best dog beds.

A brick-colored Hay Watering Can.
Photo: Rozette Rago

Hay Watering Can — Our Pick
Hay deal price: $32; street price: $40

What we like: Holds more water than any indoor watering can on our list. Narrow spout helps control water flow. Looks elegant (though large) on a shelf.

Other things to know: Its 74-ounce capacity is heavy for an indoor watering can. Made of plastic (high-density polyethylene).

Read our review of the best our favorite watering cans.

Photo: Amazon

Amazon Smart Plug — Another Good Option
Amazon deal price: $13; street price: $25

What we like: Good plug-in smart outlet for those who are all-in with Amazon Alexa. Works with Alexa to add voice control to any outlet.

Other things to know: Must be connected to a 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi network.We generally think it's too expensive at $25, but our guide writer likes it for this sale price.

Read our review of the best plug-in smart outlet.

The Company Store Down-Free Fill Body Pillow
Photo: Rozette Rago

The Company Store Down-Free Fill Body Pillow — Top Pick
The Company Store deal price: $64; street price: $82

What we like: The best soft body pillow. Just the right amount of backspring for gentle support. Longer than most body pillows. Ideal if you like to hug a pillow at night and need only mild to medium support for your shoulders, hips, and ankles.

Other things to know: Some found it too soft. Comes with a lifetime guarantee. Use code EXCLUSIVE25, price includes shipping on orders less than $75.

Read our review of the best body pillow.

A person in a heather grey crew neck sweatshirt
Photo: Amazon

What we like: A staff-favorite sweatshirt. Comfortable and well-fitted. Looks professional during video calls. Works in or out of the office.

Other things to know: Available in a variety of colors and sizes.

Read our review of our favorite clothes to wear while working from home.

Photo: Benefit

Benefit They're Real Mascara — Also Great
Benefit deal price: $19; street price: $25

What we like: Water-resistant mascara. Less smudging compared to other non-waterproof options. Features separated bristles that are good at lengthening and separating lashes.

Other things to know: Didn't have as much staying power as our top pick. Makeup remover is optional. Use code CHEERS for deal price.

Read our review of the best mascara.

An Apple TV

What we like: Good media-streaming option for cord-cutters in the Apple ecosystem. Simple interface. Supports almost every streaming service. Powerful enough for Apple Arcade.

Other things to know: Still pricy if you’re using it only for streaming, not gaming. Costco membership required.

Read our review of the best media streaming devices.

Photo: Havaianas

Havaianas Top Flip Flop (Women’s) — Our Pick
Zappos deal price: $12; street price: $18

What we like: One of our flip-flop picks. Inexpensive, and great for beach or pool. Grippy but not squeaky when wet.

Other things to know: First deal we've seen in over two years. Pricier than other cheap sandals, but better in wet conditions. Available in a multitude of colors and sizes.

Read our review of the best beach and surf gear.

A photo of the GIR Mini Tool Set.
Photo: GIR

GIR Mini Best Tool Set, Sprinkle — Staff Favorite
Amazon deal price: $22; street price: $32

What we like: Set includes slightly smaller versions of some of our GIR favorites: a spatula, a "spoonula," a flipper, a whisk. Comfortable to hold. A joy to use. Likely to last for years.

Other things to know: Set includes a squishy measuring cup to store the tools. Clip the on-page coupon to get the deal price. Delayed shipping.

Read our review of the best gifts for 7-year-olds.

A person wearing a Crossback Apron preparing sliced apples
Photo: Michael Murtaugh

Hedley & Bennett Crossback Apron — Top Pick
Hedley & Bennett deal price: $86; street price: $105

What we like: A crowd-favorite among testers in our kitchen apron guide. Comfortable. Sturdy. Gender neutral. Highly adjustable. Large pockets perfect for storing tools while you're bouncing around the kitchen.

Other things to know: First deal we've seen in a year. Price includes shipping. Available in a variety of other colors and prints.

Read our review of the best kitchen aprons.

Photo: Sarah Kobos

Zendure SuperMini 20W Portable Power Bank — Top Pick
Amazon deal price: $39; street price: $60

What we like: Small and lightweight, but with a solid 10,000 mAh capacity. USB-C and USB-A output. Will juice up most smartphones up to three times. Rounded edges make it easy to hold or slip into a pocket.

Other things to know: Lacks built-in recharging cable. Looks like a small hardshell suitcase. On sale in black and pink (clip on-page coupon), but other colors also available at a higher price.

A Crest 3D White Professional Effects Whitestrips Kit on a white background
Photo: Crest

What we like: Affordable, effective and low-tech at-home teeth-whitening solution that doesn't require going to the dentist.

Other things to know: Slower than professional treatments. Results take several sessions over the course of a few weeks. Comes with 20 Professional Effects Treatments and two 1-Hour Express Treatments.

Read our review of the best at-home teeth whitening kits.

Photo: Connie Park

West Elm Bottlebrush Advent Calendar — Staff Favorite
West Elm deal price: $51; street price: $85

What we like: Customizable and reusable—and goes with any holiday decor. Teensy drawers the perfect size for a small token, piece of candy, or note of inspiration. Refilling a blank calendar can become a new tradition.

Other things to know: Comes preassembled. Drawers pull all the way out and are smaller than you think, so keep your daily delights ultra-tiny: Think a LEGO minifigure (but only if its legs are folded in), a couple of little temporary tattoos or a Hershey kiss.

Read our review of our favorite Advent calendars.

Photo: HAY

HAY Candle Set of 6 (Long) — Staff Favorite
Design Within Reach deal price: $32; street price: $45

What we like: Untraditional shapes—spirals, twists—feel cool and unfussy. (Some tapers are overly formal.) Luxe high-gloss finish. Makes a great housewarming or hostess gift.

Other things to know: Comes in a handful of cheeky color combos. Ours burned 6½ hours.

Read our review of the best our favorite tapered candles.

Photo: Michael Murtaugh

Vitruvi Stone Diffuser — Also Great
Amazon deal price: $86; street price: $120

What we like: An also-great pick from our essential oil diffuser guide. Compact shape and porcelain shell make it ideal for a smaller space where style matters. More powerful than most smaller diffusers. Hidden indicator light is great for using in a bedroom. Elegant mood-lighting ring around base.

Other things to know: Lids are annoying to remove to refill the unit or clean it out. 100 mL tank is much smaller than that of our top pick. Only runs for three hours on a single fill. Comes in a few neutral shades.

Read our review of the best essential oil diffusers.

Photo: Roku

Roku Streambar Soundbar — Another Good Option
Walmart deal price: $80; street price: $110

What we like: Inexpensive 2.0 soundbar. Integrated 4K HDR media streamer. Bluetooth and Apple AirPlay 2 support. Compact—great for small spaces and setups.

Other things to know: Not a sonic powerhouse, but a significant improvement over TV speakers.

Read our review of the best soundbar.

Photo: Smoko

Smoko Tayto Potato Ambient Light — Staff Favorite
Urban Outfitters deal price: $17; street price: $24

What we like: It's a potato. It's also a rechargeable ambiance light with three levels of brightness. Also, it's a potato.

Other things to know: Touch sensor. USB rechargeable. Price reflects in-cart. Select store pickup to avoid $7 shipping charge.  Potato.

Read our review of the best Christmas gifts for everyone on your list.

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Tattly Temporary Tattoo Set — Staff Favorite
Tattly deal price: $15; street price: $20.01

What we like: Vibrant colors and exquisitely detailed designs by well-known artists. Easy application. Great for kids of all ages. Plenty of options to appeal to various interests.

Other things to know: Includes a free sponge for application. Tattoos last on average 2 to 4 days. Use code HOLIYAY. Price includes shipping.

Read our review of the best stocking stuffer ideas for kids.

Fly By Jing Lucky 88 Spice Lovers Set — Staff Favorite
Fly By Jing deal price: $55; street price: $110

What we love: Rich collection of flavorful Far Eastern sauces and spices: Umami-forward sauces and toppings, like Sichuan Chili Crisp, Zhong Sauce, Mala Spice Mix, 3-Year Aged Doubanjiang, Tribute Pepper, Erjingtiao Chili, and fragrant Sichuan peppercorns.

Other things to know: Also includes digital Chengdu Guide and Recipe book, as well as Taste Different Magazine Vol. 1.

Read our review of the best gift baskets.

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Fjällräven Kånken 15" Backpack (Black) — Our Pick
Amazon deal price: $80; street price: $115

What we like: Vintage Swedish aesthetic. Roomy main compartment with padded laptop pocket. Cushioned straps. Our pick develops patina over time.

Other things to know: Heavy loads may feel uncomfortable. Lack of internal organization. Slim twin bottle pockets. Available in black.

What we like: Upcoming pick in our shower curtain guide. Subtle white and gray stripes. Standard 72 x 72 inch size. 100% organic cotton. Rust-proof metal grommets.

Other things to know: Pricey, even when on sale. First-time deal.

Read our review of the best shower curtain.

A smartphone showing our top pick, the 1Password app
Photo: Connie Park

What we like: Our pick remembers all your web and app passwords so you don't need to. Apps are easy to understand and use. Works with all major browsers on all device types: phones, laptops, tablets, Chromebooks. Straightforward security guidance for newbies and advanced features for techies.

Other things to know: On sale for new subscribers, $18 for a one-year individual subscription plan matches previous low.

Read our review of the best password managers.

Our pick for best iphone case made of leather, the Apple iPhone 14 Leather Case with MagSafe, fitted onto an iPhone 14.
Photo: Michael Hession

What we like: The best leather phone case for the iPhone 14 Pro Max. Sleek. High-quality materials. Clicky buttons. All-around protection. MagSafe compatibility.

Other things to know: Not a forever case. Plastic inner liner may show wear within a year.

Photo: Wirecutter Staff

What we like: Essentially free money towards your next Lowe's purchase. Redeemable in stores and online.

Other things to know: If you're not sure what to buy, check our tools, gardening equipment, and outdoor furniture guides.

Read our review of the best tools and toolbox.

Our pick for the best replacement USB-C laptop or tablet charger, the Nekteck 60W USB-C GaN Charger.
Photo: Michael Hession

What we like: Charges most USB-C laptops at max speed, along with all tablets and phones. Smaller than most other 60W chargers. Comes with a detachable USB-C to USB-C cable. USB-IF certified.

Other things to know: Available in black. Only a couple bucks shy of the lowest price we've seen.

Read our review of the best usb-c laptop and tablet chargers.

Our pick for best steel mesh apple watch band (for smaller wrists), the Astra Straps Aere Slim Steel Band.
Photo: Michael Murtaugh

Astra Straps Aere Slim Steel Band — Our Pick
Astra Straps deal price: $30; street price: $40

What we like: Understated steel mesh band. Ideal for smaller wrists. Comfortable throughout all-day wear. Can dress it up or down. Sliding clasp is easy to adjust.

Other things to know: May be tight on wrists more than 8 inches around. Available in 9 colors and 7 widths.

Read our review of the best apple watch bands we like.

A small dog resting on the PetFusion Ultimate Dog Bed.
Photo: Sarah Kobos

PetFusion Ultimate Dog Bed — Our Pick
Amazon deal price: $97; street price: $120

What we like: Easy for senior dogs to get into, with a low entry point and wraparound bolstering for head support. High-quality stitching. No-skid bottom. Water-resistant cover and inner liner to for easy cleanup.

Other things to know: Side bolsters may lose shape over time but fluff up after washing and drying. Sags more than some other options. Materials aren't as refined-looking as on some other beds.

Read our review of the best dog beds.

The Petzl Actik Core in black in red, shown with its light shining.
Photo: Sarah Kobos

Petzl Actik Core Headlamp — Also Great
Backcountry deal price: $56; street price: $75

What we like: Brightest light and highest beam quality of all headlamps we've tested. Stays charged for days via USB or AAA batteries. Best choice for backpackers, outdoor adventurers, and anyone who needs a headlamp with charging options.

Other things to know: No floodlight feature. Lower-than-expected weatherproof rating. Doesn't match the previous low. Available in green and red.

Read our review of the best headlamp.

A set of Butter London nail lacquers next to a cup of tea.
Photo: Butter London

What we like: Goes on smoothly with ideal thickness and opacity. Resists chipping and stays fresh-looking for a long time. Wide range of colors.

Other things to know: Free of formaldehyde and parabens. Not tested on animals. Set includes 6 mini bottles. Price reflects in cart, includes shipping.

Read our review of the best gifts for teens.

Werner FS106 6 ft Type I Fiberglass Single Sided Stepladder
Photo: Doug Mahoney

What we like: Sturdy, traditional design. Excellent build quality. Barely wobbled during tests, even when shifting weight aggressively. Attachment point for helpful add-ons.

Other things to know: Lacks the wide, comfy platform steps of our top pick. Select store pickup to avoid shipping fees.

Read our review of the best ladders.

The Lepower Wood Tripod Floor Lamp
Photo: Rozette Rago

Lepower Wood Tripod Floor Lamp — Our Pick
Amazon deal price: $65; street price: $75

What we like: Our favorite tripod lamp. Fits into many room styles. Sturdy rubberwood legs. 18-inch faux-linen shade. Easily fills large spaces with light.

Other things to know: Larger footprint—best in bigger rooms.

Read our review of the best floor lamps.

The LifeStraw Home Dispenser, an also great option for the best water dispenser.
Photo: Connie Park

LifeStraw Home Dispenser — Also Great
Amazon deal price: $45; street price: $60

What we like: Our rec for filtering known rusty or otherwise sediment-rich tap water that clogs other filters. Reliably tested against dozens of contaminants.

Other things to know: Filters slower than carbon filters our other picks use. A few other design and filtration downsides.

Read our review of the best water filter pitcher and dispenser.

A pair of frosted clear cups by DivaCup, our also great pick for best menstrual cups.
Photo: Rose Eveleth

DivaCup Menstrual Cup — Also Great
Woot deal price: $15; street price: $30

What we like: Our menstrual cup pick for those with high cervixes. Folds easily, holds a lot of fluid, and cleans without a problem. Smooth, comfortable, and easy to grip for insertion and removal.

Other things to know: We generally think it’s not a great starter cup. Comes in three sizes, but only Model 1 is on sale, which will work for users who haven't given birth vaginally. Free shipping for Amazon Prime members.

Read our review of the best menstrual cup.

The red gradient box of the Exploding Kittens card game, one of our best gifts for families.
Photo: Exploding Kittens

Exploding Kittens Card Game — Staff Favorite
Amazon deal price: $10; street price: $18

What we like: Great for kids ages 7 and older, and fun to play with the whole family. Popular cross between Apples to Apples and Russian Roulette.

Other things to know: We saw this game for an incredible $5 during a short-lived July sale, but we haven't seen it remotely that low (or this low) since.

Read our review of the best gifts for families.

The Verilux HappyLight Luxe, shown illuminated.
Photo: Rozette Rago

What we like: Our budget pick light therapy lamp. Compact and packs well for travel. Bright enough in multiple color temperatures. Automated shutoff built into timer.

Other things to know: Light output significantly lower than our other picks. Fixed position can be slightly awkward.

Read our review of the best light therapy lamp.

A product image of the Moving Cat Kicker Fish Toy, showing a realistic looking fish toy, cat nip, and a USB charging cable.
Photo: Potaroma

Potaroma Moving Cat Kicker Fish Toy — Staff Favorite
Amazon deal price: $10; street price: $12

What we like: Built-in motion sensor means it starts to move as soon as it's touched. Comes with a small bag of catnip.

Other things to know: Charges via included USB cable.

The Zojirushi Zutto Coffee Maker EC-DAC50, an also great pick for the best cheap coffee maker.
Photo: Connie Park

Zojirushi Zutto Coffee Maker — Also Great
Amazon deal price: $60; street price: $73

What we like: Reliably brews great-tasting coffee. Simple to use. Includes measurements for brewing iced coffee.

Other things to know: Smaller than other picks. No automatic shut off. Carafe lid doesn't lock. Replaceable charcoal filter lasts two years.

Read our review of the best cheap coffee maker.

The Logitech G203 Lightsync, our budget pick for the best gaming mouse.
Photo: Michael Murtaugh

Logitech G203 Lightsync Gaming Mouse — Budget Pick
Walmart deal price: $20; street price: $30

What we like: Cheapest good gaming mouse we've tested. Customizable and its sensor is accurate. Doesn’t feel as cheap as the low price suggests.

Other things to know: Smaller than our top picks. Has fewer buttons and inferior build quality.

Read our review of the best gaming mouse.

The Bissell Little Green Portable Carpet Cleaner 1400B, our pick for best portable carpet and upholstery cleaner.
Photo: Michael Murtaugh

What we like: Great cleaner for small messes. Ideal for pet owners and parents of young kids. Cleans using handheld suction brush, hot tap water, and cleaning formula. Completely removed wine and chocolate stains in testing.

Other things to know: Designed to tackle small areas only. Dirty water tank is difficult to clean. One-year warranty is shorter than competition.

Read our review of the best portable carpet and upholstery cleaner.

A person wearing the ThirdLove 24/7 Classic Uplift Plunge Bra
Photo: ThirdLove

ThirdLove 24/7 Classic Uplift Plunge Bra — Our Pick
ThirdLove deal price: $46; street price: $72

What we like: Versatile, cute, and comfy bra with removable padding that's great for daily wear. Can provide a subtle push-up for special occasions. Comes in a wider range of sizes than our other picks, including half-sizes.

Other things to know: Use code LOUNGE20 to get one deep teal bra for $46 shipped. Get three for $118.  Use code TL-BF25 for discount on orders over $150.

Read our review of the best most comfortable bras.

Zeiss Lens Wipes
Photo: Zeiss

Zeiss Lens Wipes (200-Count) — Staff Favorite
Amazon deal price: $12; street price: $15

What we like: Pre-soaked in lens cleaning solution.

Other things to know: A rare deal for the 200-count.

A black KitchenAid stand mixer shown with the food grinder attachment connected to the front of the mixer head.
Photo: Michael Murtaugh

KitchenAid Metal Food Grinder Attachment — Our Pick
Amazon deal price: $75; street price: $95

What we like: Great for grinding meat with KitchenAid mixers. Three different plates allow customizing coarseness of the grind. Sturdier than plastic options. Grinder and mixer can withstand prolonged usage without issue.

Other things to know: Leaves about an ounce of meat scraps that don’t get pushed through the die. Chill the whole attachment in the freezer to keep whatever you’re grinding as cold as possible.

Read our review of the best KitchenAid attachments.

Photo: Sackcloth and Ashes

Sackcloth & Ashes Mountain Tropic Recycled Wool Throw — Upcoming Pick
Sackcloth & Ashes deal price: $98; street price: $120

What we like: Upcoming pick in our throws guide. Our recycled wool/polyester/acrylic model (recycled cotton/polyester also available) was gorgeous, toasty, and exceptionally soft. For every blanket purchased, the company donates one to a homeless shelter.

Other things to know: It's a magnet for lint, and its fuzz can be ticklish if you have allergies. Sale price includes the cost of shipping.

Read our review of the best throw blankets.

A Gaiam Performance Dry-Grip yoga mat partially unrolled on a hardwood floor
Photo: Ingrid Skjong

Gaiam Performance Dry-Grip Yoga Mat — Runner-Up
Amazon deal price: $47; street price: $55

What we like: Our pick if you have a latex allergy or dislike the smell of rubber. Comparable traction, support, and cushioning to our two top picks, but without the latex.

Other things to know: Made of PVC (polyvinyl chloride). Emits an odor in the beginning. In our tests, odor faded after a few days but didn’t disappear completely.

Read our review of the best yoga mats.

OXO Steel Double Jigger
Photo: OXO

OXO Steel Double Jigger — Also Great
Amazon deal price: $10; street price: $12

What we like: A great jigger if you prefer the traditional double-sided style over a measuring cup. Its measurement markings were easier to read than those on any other double-sided jigger we tested. Well-balanced and durable. Rubber center is easy to grip with wet hands.

Other things to know: Messier to use than our top pick, the OXO Good Grips Mini Angled Measuring Cup.

Read our review of the best barware for making cocktails at home.

A person wearing the SheFit Ultimate Sports Bra, one of our picks for best sports bra for larger sizes.
Photo: SheFit

SheFit Ultimate Sports Bra — Our Pick
SheFit deal price: $42; street price: $75

What we like: Best for D/DD. Wowed testers with its ability to keep breast movement at bay. Impressive compression. Highly supportive. Customizable fit. Moves with the body. Lightweight.

Other things to know: Not subtle. Complex construction—one tester called it a "contraption masquerading as a sports bra." Band sizes range from 22 to 49.5, cup sizes from A to I. New low. Use code BFCM20. Price includes shipping.

Read our review of the best sports bras.

The Ugreen and TrendNet ethernet adapters.
Photo: Andrew Cunningham

What we like: Our pick for best wired Ethernet adapter. Works as well as Nintendo’s official Ethernet adapter, at a lower price.

Other things to know: Can reduce lag, increase speeds, and improve the stability of your connection for online multiplayer gaming. Works fine with Windows 10 and 11.

Read our review of the best Nintendo Switch and Switch Lite accessories.

Soda Sense Sensei Soda Maker
Photo: Soda Sense

Soda Sense Sensei Soda Maker — Top Pick
Soda Sense deal price: $80; street price: $109

What we like: The same machine as our new top pick, the Drinkmate OmniFizz. Makes sparkling water with big, delightful, lasting bubbles. Carbonate non-water beverages (juice, wine) better than any machine we tested. Other thing to know: First deal.

Read our review of the best soda maker.

An overhead view of the Amazon Echo (4th Gen), displaying its four buttons.
Photo: Michael Hession

Amazon Echo Smart Speaker (4th Gen) — Top Pick
Kohl's deal price: $50; street price: $80

What we like: Controls most smart-home devices. Answers queries and plays music from a variety of services. Improved soundstage versus previous Echos. Usually recognizes commands from across the room or above moderate-volume music.

Other things to know: Sound isn't audiophile-level. Older model at this point after release of the fifth generation in September 2022.

Read our review of the best Alexa smart speakers.

The Philips Sonicare 4100, our runner up pick for the best electric toothbrush.
Photo: Connie Park

What we like: Our runner-up pick for the best electric toothbrush. Inexpensive, but still offers a timer and long-lasting rechargeable battery. Effective but quiet cleaning. Pressure sensor.

Other things to know: Down to $30 in three colors from Amazon, and four colors from Target. "New" 4100 charges via USB. Brush heads are more expensive than those of some of our other picks.

Read our review of the best electric toothbrush.

Rozette Rago

Waterpik Cordless Express Water Flosser — Also Great
Amazon deal price: $31; street price: $35

What we like: A portable, cordless water flosser that’s almost as powerful as our other picks. Easily fits in a bathroom drawer between uses or suitcase for travel. Fully waterproof.

Other things to know: Single-use water reservoir. If you have hand-grip issues, a cordless water flosser may not be right for you. Deal doesn't quite match the previous low, available in white.

Read our review of the best water flossers.

OXO Brew Adjustable Temperature Pour-Over Kettle
Photo: Sarah Kobos

What we like: Former gooseneck pick. Fast heating. Stainless steel finish. Precise temperature adjustments in 1-degree increments from 140 to 212 degrees Fahrenheit.

Other things to know: Flatter handle and squatter body make it a little more difficult to pour than the Cuisinart GK-1 gooseneck.

Read our review of the best electric kettle.

hands holding montem poles
The EVA foam grip on the Montem Ultra Strong Trekking Poles. Photo: Daniela Gorny

Montem Ultra Strong Trekking Poles — Top Pick
Montem deal price: $48; street price: $70

What we like: Our top pick trekking poles. Simple and sturdy design. Easy to adjust flick-lock system. Comes with interchangeable rubber tips and baskets. One-year warranty.

Other things to know: Use code WIRECUTTER48 for the deal price. Aluminum build is a bit heavier than carbon fiber. Prone to slight rattling. Three-piece telescoping mechanism needs more frequent adjustments.

Read our review of the best trekking poles.

The Lego Succulents 10309 fully built with the box nearby.
Photo: Lego

Lego Succulents 10309 — Staff Favorite
Amazon deal price: $40; street price: $50

What we like: Can be built as one central bunch or separated into individual "pots." Satisfying to put together. Breathes life into a windowless room.

Other things to know: Lego isn't just for kids! Deal matches previous low price.

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ThermoWorks Smoke Probe Thermometer — Another Good Option
ThermoWorks deal price: $70; street price: $104

What we like: Can operate via a wireless receiver and has two channels to accommodate multiple probes. Allows you to set the minimum and maximum temperatures for each probe.

Other things to know: Honorable mention in our meat thermometer guide. Only makes sense for grill and smoker enthusiasts. Price includes shipping.

Read our review of the best meat thermometers.

Michael Murtaugh

The Onsen Bath Towel (Set of 2) — Also Great
Onsen deal price: $74; street price: $95

What we like: Lattice weave gives a minimalist, upscale look and genuinely quick-drying performance.  Variety of colors to match every aesthetic. Made of American-grown Supima cotton.

Other things to know: Relatively pricey, but softer, smoother, and faster drying than any terry cloth option we tested. Set of 2 towels is $74 shipped, price reflects in cart.

Read our review of the best bath towel.

JBL

What we like: Good balance of price and performance. Offers bright sounding audio. Waterproof.

Other things to know: Relatively short 6-hour battery life. 1-year JBL limited warranty. Available in multiple colors.

Read our review of the best portable bluetooth speaker.

A person with a hand in a pocket of their Girlfriend Collective Gazelle Shorts, the elastic waist of the shorts visible.
Photo: Girlfriend Collective

Girlfriend Collective Gazelle Short (Final Sale) — Staff Favorite
Girlfriend Collective deal price: $35; street price: $55

What we like: A sustainable, size-inclusive line of shorts. Great for running or being active thanks to sweat-wicking material and zippered pockets. Super-comfortable and fashionable enough to wear around town.

Other things to know: Available in three colors and sizes XXS-6XL. Down to a new low of $35 shipped. Final sale item.

A child walks down the street wearing a beach dress.
Photo: Jackie Reeve

What we like: Clever, hoodie-like alternative to a children's beach towel. Made of terry cloth with a softly-lined hood. Keeps kids warm as they dry off. Lasts a couple of years.

Other things to know: Deal is for the Jam Red/Ivory Stars pattern, available in sizes 2-3 up to 7-8. (Other, non-deal patterns go up to tween sizes.) Price includes shipping.

Loop Earplugs
Photo: Rozette Rago

Loop Experience Earplugs — Top Pick
Amazon deal price: $23; street price: $30

What we like: Our top pick for the best earplugs for concerts. Offers the best noise protection of any non-custom ear plugs we tested. Comfortable, universal fit. Discreet design.

Other things to know: Blocks out noise without muffling sound. Available in four colors. Down to a new low price.

Read our review of the best earplugs for concerts.

 

Sarah Kobos

Amazon Essentials H Band Sandals — Staff Favorite
Amazon deal price: $13; street price: $18

What we like: These staff-favorite sandals look and perform shockingly well considering their price. Fit true to size. Don't slide around or slap the heels while walking. Foam insole padding adds comfort.

Other things to know: Polyurethane upper (not leather). Most sizes in brown, black, and white are on sale.

Read our review of the best sandals.

The Womanizer Classic Vibrator placed on a bedside table next to some candles.
Photo: Sarah Kobos

Womanizer Classic Vibrator — Former Pick
Lovehoney deal price: $83; street price: $130

What we like: Former suction and vibration pick in our vibrator guide, but we still stand by it. Brand pioneered vibrator air-suction technology. Unique pulsing suction sensation. Waterproof. USB rechargeable. Ergonomic. Features eight intensity levels and two stimulation heads.

Other things to know: Use code WC-WOMANIZER83.

Read our review of the best vibrators.

The Amazon Echo (4th Gen), our pick for the best Amazon speaker for top audio performance.
Photo: Michael Hession

Amazon Echo Smart Speaker (4th Gen) — Top Pick
Target deal price: $50; street price: $80

What we like: Controls most smart-home devices. Answers queries and plays music from a variety of services.  Improved soundstage versus previous Echos. Usually recognizes commands from across the room or above moderate-volume music.

Other things to know: Sound isn't audiophile-level. Older model at this point after release of the fifth gen in September 2022.

Read our review of the best Alexa smart speakers.

Our pick for best iphone case made of leather, the Apple iPhone 14 Leather Case with MagSafe, fitted onto an iPhone 14.
Photo: Michael Hession

What we like: The best leather phone case for the iPhone 14 Pro Max. Sleek. High-quality materials. Clicky buttons. All-around protection. MagSafe compatibility.

Other things to know: Not a forever case. Plastic inner liner may show wear within a year. Available in Ink, Orange, or Midnight.

 

Rozette Rago

Rumpl Original Puffy Blanket — Runner-Up
Amazon deal price: $74; street price: $100

What we like: Our runner-up puffy blanket for staying cozy outdoors. Densely-knit construction with quick-drying nylon shell. Recycled material stuffing. Durable and stain resistant.

Other things to know: Stiffer, less packable, less breathable, and heavier than our top pick. Available in multiple colors/patterns.

Read our review of the best puffy blanket.

 

Sarah Kobos

What we like: Our budget pick for best emergency weather radio. Doesn't provide automatic weather alerts. Excellent battery life. Multiple charging options (including a hand-crank generator). Sturdy. Picks up NOAA weather-band radio signals with great reception once you turn it on and tune in.

Other things to know: No beeping or flashing to warn of incoming bad weather. Lightning deal. A few bucks shy of lowest price we've seen.

Read our review of the best emergency weather radio.

 

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Superfit Hero Superhold Pocket Leggings — Our Pick
Superfit Hero deal price: $88; street price: $99

What we like: Thick, compressive fabric. Well-placed side pockets. In testing, felt equally good during sweaty workouts and less-intense sessions.

Other things to know: Available exclusively in plus and extended sizes, from large to 7XL. An investment piece with correspondingly higher price tag.

Read our review of the best leggings.

 

Blue

Blue Yeti USB Microphone (Black and Teal) — Top Pick
Amazon deal price: $80; street price: $120

What we like: Longtime top pick. Produces clear, rich-sounding recordings. Versatile and solidly built. Doesn't require external software. Full functionality with included USB-A cord. Great audio for the price.

Other things to know: A bit heavy to move around. Bulky and difficult to attach to shock mounts or microphone arms. Only the blue/teal finish is available for $80 at this time. Not quite the lowest price we've seen.

Read our review of the best usb microphone.

A closeup photo of a pair of clear Speedo Hydrospex goggles sitting on a wall near the beach.
Photo: Quinn Dixon

What we like: Our budget pick swim goggles for kids. No-frills option. Comfortable, uncomplicated eyepieces. Clear silicone helps reduce tunnel-vision effect.

Other things to know: Lacks adjustable or replaceable nose bridge. No adjustable ratchet strap. Doesn't offer the wide field of vision more expensive options may offer.

Read our review of the best swim goggles for adults and kids.

A rolled-up grey Manduka natural rubber mat.
Photo: Ingrid Skjong

Manduka Eko Lite Mat (4mm, 71") — Staff Pick
Amazon deal price: $67; street price: $80

What we like: Natural rubber yoga mat. Plush and grippy. Subtly striped texture prevents slipping and sliding. Still holds up after 4+ years of use amidst kids and cat's claws, with slight fraying at the edges.

Other things to know: Available in multiple colors/patterns. Deal price is for the 71" mat.

The OXO Good Grips Cold Brew Coffee Maker shown making coffee.
Photo: Michael Murtaugh

OXO Compact Cold Brew Coffee Maker — Also Great
Amazon deal price: $28; street price: $35

What we like: Compact and easily stored. Stronger coffee than larger OXO brewer, but still balanced. Streamlined design. Carafe features a nice looking cork/silicone lid.

Other things to know: Lacks as nuanced a flavor as larger OXO brewer. Yields around 16 ounces of concentrate. Doesn’t include (or work with) paper filters.

Read our review of the best cold-brew coffee maker.

Photo: Amazon

UST Survival Blanket 2.0 — Our Pick
Amazon deal price: $17; street price: $20

What we like: Reflects heat. Offers enough durability to serve as a makeshift sleeping pad or shelter. Made of plastic but has a more clothlike feel. Easy to fold up and store.

Other things to know: Has large grommets that can accommodate multiple loops of rope. Measures 7 by 5 feet.

Read our review of the best gear for your bug-out bag.

adhesive car phone mount
Photo: Rik Paul

Scosche MagicMount Dash Car Phone Mount — Also Great
Amazon deal price: $10; street price: $13

What we like: A great car phone mount for vertical dash surfaces or small areas. Attaches with small adhesive pad into nooks and crannies more easily than a suction cup. Can tilt 90 degrees back or to the sides, ideal for sloping or vertical surfaces. Secure magnetic hold on phones. Smaller than other picks.

Other things to know: Difficult to remove adhesive pad once installed. Needs a new pad to mount in a new position. Requires magnet in phone case to attach. Doesn't work well on textured surfaces.

Read our review of the best car phone mount.

The Anova Precision Vacuum Sealer ANVS01-US00, our budget pick the for the best vacuum sealer.
Photo: Sarah Kobos

What we like: Budget pick vacuum sealer for packaging and preserving food. Quiet and compact. Great option if you're short on storage space or plan to vacuum seal only occasionally.

Other things to know: Not as powerful as our top pick, the Anova Pro. Includes 10 sealer bags. New low price. Use code ANOVABLACKFRIDAY.

Read our review of the best vacuum sealer.

A package of Amazon's Presto! brand toilet paper, our budget pick for the best toilet paper.
Photo: Michael Murtaugh

What we like: Budget pick for the best toilet paper. Soft enough, not scratchy, and doesn't rip too easily. Our testers liked it best of all the lower-cost toilet papers we tested.

Other things to know: A tad lintier and almost imperceptibly rougher than our top picks. Six rolls included in each pack.

Read our review of the best toilet paper.

Photo: Erin Roberts

What we like: Unlike our top-pick photo card, a terrific app streamlines ordering from your phone. Free double-sided printing and no minimum excellent for smaller sends. Excellent quality.

Other things to know: Mixbook doesn't offer a service to address and mail cards. Use code BF2022 for 55% off your order. Free shipping over $49.

Read our review of the best photo book service.

A close-up birds-eye shot of a pair of feet standing on the ToiletTree bamboo bathmat.
Photo: Caroline Enos

ToiletTree Products Bamboo Bath Mat — Our Pick
Toilet Tree Products deal price: $43; street price: $48

What we like: Sleek look, nice finish, sturdy feel, and good price. Well-constructed and more stable than other wooden mats we tested.

Other things to know: Finish held up well to moisture and traffic in long term testing. Price reflects in cart.

Read our review of the best bathroom rugs and bath mats.

Photo: Amazon

What we like: Terrific choice if you want a speaker for the shower or bathroom. Installs easily with an adjustable wrench. Built-in water turbine keeps internal battery charged. Seriously! Sounds better than we expected. Big, top-mounted controls are easy to use and see.

Other things to know: Adds 3¾ inches to the length of the shower arm, might make the shower head too low for taller people. Turbine may reduce water flow, but we didn't notice a difference when using the speaker with a 1.5-gallon-per-minute shower head.

Read our review of the best home bluetooth speaker.

Our pick for best clothes steamer overall, the Conair Turbo ExtremeSteam Garment Steamer (GS54), in dark blue.
Photo: Connie Park

Conair Turbo ExtremeSteam Garment Steamer (GS54) — Top Pick
Bed Bath & Beyond deal price: $50; street price: $60

What we like: Wrinkle-busting steamer that can potentially replace an iron. Minimal spitting of water, a problem on some steamers. Comfortable to hold. Dual steam settings.

Other things to know: Includes a silicone brush to pull fabric taut, a bristle brush to loosen fibers, a lint brush, and a bonnet to protect delicate fabrics.

Read our review of the best clothing steamers.

One of our picks, the Everlane The ReNew Transit Backpack.
Photo: Connie Park

Everlane The ReNew Transit Backpack — Our Pick
Everlane deal price: $72; street price: $95

What we like: Understated design appropriate for nearly any setting. Looks more expensive than it is. Feature-packed, including a luggage pass-through and magnetic top closure. Water-resistant exterior made from sturdy recycled polyester.

Other things to know: Not backed by a warranty. Available in four colors. Price includes shipping.

An orange background with a black, square Tile, our pick for the best bluetooth tracker for Android users.
Photo: Sarah Kobos

Tile Mate Bluetooth Tracker (2022) — Our Pick
Amazon deal price: $18; street price: $25

What we like: The best Bluetooth tracker for Android users. Impressive local Bluetooth range. Large, anonymous crowd-finding network. Loud alarm volume. Simple setup. Built-in loop for keychains.

Other things to know: No replaceable battery. (Tile promises a 3-year effective working lifespan.) Less short-range precision than Apple AirTags. Available in black from Amazon, available in white from Lenovo and Walmart.

Read our review of the best Bluetooth tracker.

The best round sunglasses, the Sungait Vintage Round, shown on an orange background.
Photo: Michael Murtaugh

What we like: Comfortable and sturdy. Complement a variety of face shapes. Lifetime warranty, a rare perk for under-$20 shades.

Other things to know: Some variants don't have polarized lenses, so double-check before buying. Multiple colors on sale. Amazon Lightning Deal.

Read our review of the best cheap sunglasses.

Echo Dot Kids Edition + Echo Glow Bundle
Photo: Amazon Photo: Amazon

Amazon Echo Glow Night-Light — Staff Favorite
Amazon deal price: $17; street price: $25

What we like: A smart night-light we like for helping our kids fall asleep. Can control using Echo devices to create routines and bedtime countdowns. Comes in 16 colors.

Other things to know: Too dim to use as a reading light. No physical controls (requires Alexa app or Echo device).

The Razer Kiyo streaming webcam, shown attached to a monitor edge.
Photo: Michael Murtaugh

Razer Kiyo Webcam — Also Great
Amazon deal price: $59; street price: $70

What we like: Also great webcam pick is combo of 1080p 60fps camera with built-in adjustable ring light. Smooth video great for streaming to sites like YouTube or Twitch.

Other things to know: Bright light may be too harsh for professional video calls. Not as compact as other webcam picks.

Read our review of the best webcams.

The Amazon Echo (4th Gen), our pick for the best Amazon speaker for top audio performance.
Photo: Michael Hession

Amazon Echo Smart Speaker (4th Gen) — Top Pick
Best Buy deal price: $50; street price: $80

What we like: Controls most smart-home devices. Answers queries and plays music from a variety of services.  Improved soundstage versus previous Echos. Usually recognizes commands from across the room or above moderate-volume music.

Other things to know: Sound isn't audiophile-level. Older model at this point after release of the fifth-gen Echo in September 2022.

Read our review of the best Alexa smart speakers.

An Waterpik Ion, our best water flosser pick.
Photo: Michael Murtaugh

Waterpik Ion Water Flosser — Top Pick
Best Buy deal price: $70; street price: $95

What we like: Made our mouths feel the cleanest. Cordless charging base. Ten pressure settings. Multiple tips with different stream widths.

Other things to know: Three-year warranty. On sale in black or white.

Read our review of the best water flossers.

A brown Madewell Leather Pouch Clutch.
Photo: Madewell

Madewell Leather Pouch Clutch — Staff Favorite
Madewell deal price: $25; street price: $50

What we like: Can serve as a handheld accessory or organizer tucked into larger purses or totes. Comes with card slots. Snap-pouch great for coins or earbuds. Soft leather wears impressively.

Other things to know: Available in four versatile neutral shades. Choose between large and small fonts in 11 different colors and up to eight characters for personalizing. Use code TGIF. Use Madewell Insider membership (free to join) to get deal price.

Read our review of the best personalized gifts.

The Thermapen One
Photo: Michael Sullivan

Thermapen ONE Thermometer — Upgrade Pick
ThermoWorks deal price: $74; street price: $104

What we like: The fastest and most accurate instant-read thermometer we tested. Rotating screen with a bright backlight. Offers a huge temperature range and serious waterproofing.

Other things to know: Expensive and only really necessary for cooking projects that demand instant, to-the-degree accuracy. Deal price includes $5 shipping.

Read our review of the best meat thermometers.

Champion Spot Comfort sports bra
Photo: Ashley Courter

Champion Spot Comfort Sports Bra — Our Pick
Amazon deal price: $18; street price: $30

What we like: Our sports bra pick for C/D cup sizes. Provides cup definition without sacrificing support. Padded, adjustable straps and back clasp. Easy to take on and off.

Other things to know: Can't adjust the straps as easily during exercise like you can with a racerback. Available in White in a range of sizes. Other colors available for slightly more.

Read our review of the best sports bras.

A shot of a person wearing a waffle patterned robe
Photo: Brooklinen

Brooklinen Waffle Robe — Our Pick
Brooklinen deal price: $75; street price: $90

What we like: A soft and spongy, honeycombed-textured waffle that feels thick and warm while still being lightweight. Most luxurious and generously sized robe we tested.

Other things to know: Not as plush as terry cloth. Arms can be overly long, but can be rolled up or hemmed.

Read our review of the best robes.

A person is sitting on a counch in a gray Lunya Restore Romper and smiling with a dog.
Photo: Kyle Fitzgerald

Lunya Organic Pima Romper — Pick Variant
Lunya deal price: $93; street price: $139

What we like: A variant of our romper pajama pick. Comfy organic pima cotton construction. Elegant and casual aesthetic. Suitable for wearing in or out of the house.

Other things to know: Price includes shipping.

Read our review of the best pajamas.

The Roku Streaming Stick 4K sits on a wooden tabletop.
Photo: Chris Heinonen

Roku Streaming Stick 4K (2021) — Runner-Up
Amazon deal price: $25; street price: $40

What we like: Our runner-up pick for the best media streaming device. Supports almost every major service. Clean, simple interface. Affordable 4K resolution.

Other things to know: Search and discovery features are more limited than our top pick (the more expensive Google Chromecast TV).

Read our review of the best media streaming devices.

Photo: Kyle Fitzgerald

Koala Crate Kids Craft Subscription Box — Our Pick
Kiwi Crate deal price: $5; street price: $24

What we like: Our craft-box subscription pick for preschoolers. Novel entertainment for little ones that doesn't involve the TV. Everything you need is included. A great outlet for unleashing creativity.

Other things to know: Comes with three activities each month. Use promo code PREVIEW for discount on first box.

Read our review of the best kids craft subscription boxes.

The Keychron K6 compact mechanical keyboard backlit with a green light.
Photo: Michael Murtaugh

What we like: Our budget pick for compact mechanical keyboard. Wireless. Supports Bluetooth for three devices. Keycaps for both Mac and Windows. Replaceable ABS keycaps. Solidly built.

Other things to know: Included USB cable is too short for some desks. Has 65% of the keys of a full-size keyboard.

Read our review of the best compact mechanical keyboards.

Gap 5″ Boxer Brief underwear
Photo: Michael Murtaugh

Gap 5" Boxer Briefs (8 Pairs) — Our Pick
Gap deal price: $54; street price: $120

What we like: Sturdy yet soft cotton and spandex blend feels like a comfy t-shirt. Soft covered seams prevent friction against clothing. Fleece-like lining on the waistband is good for people with sensitive skin.

Other things to know: Lacks the tailored look of pricier picks. Available in four colors and a range of sizes. Add 8 pairs to your cart to get the deal price.

Read our review of the best men’s boxer briefs.

An Apple Pencil resting on the back of an iPad
Photo: Michael Hession

Apple Pencil (2nd generation) — Upgrade Pick
Amazon deal price: $89; street price: $120

What we like: Our upgrade pick stylus for iPads. Wireless charging. Has a tap system for toggling settings and pressure sensitivity for artists. Best iOS stylus money can buy.

Other things to know: Only compatible with USB-C–based iPads; doesn't work with older iPads. Typically pricey.

Read our review of the best stylus for your iPad.

Illustration of a family next to the 1Password logo.
Illustration: 1Password

What we like: Multi-user version of our top pick password manager. Remembers app and website login info for you and family members. Manages passwords individually, but allows secure password and credit card info sharing. Supports account recovery for family members.

Other things to know: Up to five active members. On sale for new subscribers, $30 for a one-year family subscription plan matches previous low.

Read our review of the best password managers.

A person wearing a pair of Chubbies The Staples shorts, while stretching the fabric on one side to show the short's stretch.
Photo: Chubbies

Chubbies Original Stretch Shorts — Our Pick
Chubbies deal price: $41; street price: $60

What we like: A staff favorite pair of shorts. Elastic waistband makes them super-easy to take on and off. Made with 3% spandex for maneuverability and comfort.

Other things to know: Available in sizes S to XXL and a variety of colors. Opt for a 4-inch, 5.5-inch, or 7-inch inseam. Use code BF40. Price includes shipping.

Read our review of the best shorts for summer.

A laptop displaying a Headspace Guide to medication screen with a black sleep mask sitting on a bed
Photo: Michael Murtaugh Photo: Michael Murtaugh


Headspace Meditation App — Top Pick

Headspace deal price: $35; street price: $70

What we like: Best and easiest to use meditation app we tried. Offers the widest variety of meditations. More structured courses help beginner meditators get started and maintain the habit.

Other things to know: First deal we've seen in a year. 50% off for first year of annual subscription. Price reverts back up to $70 after the first year. For new and returning users.

Read our review of the best meditation apps.

Our pick for the best spatula for nonstick cookware, the GIR Mini 11-inch Flip Spatula, shown on a wooden surface.
Photo: Michael Hession


GIR Mini Flip Silicone Spatula — Our Pick

Amazon deal price: $8; street price: $11

What we like: Won't scratch nonstick pans. Tapered blade slides easily underneath warm cookies without breaking them. Simple to clean, with no grooves that can trap food.

Other things to know: Silicone can't beat metal for sharpness or dexterity. Clip the on-page coupon, on sale in gray.

Read our review of the best spatulas.

Google Nest Thermostat
Photo: Google


Google Nest Thermostat — Another Good Option

Walmart deal price: $90; street price: $130

What we like: An inexpensive, simple programmable smart thermostat. Good for smaller homes and apartments. Reliably detects when you leave/arrive home to turn HVAC on or off automatically.

Other things to know: Available in four colors. Doesn't have learning capabilities like top smart thermostat picks. Not compatible with remote sensors.

Read our review of the best smart thermostat.

The light blue Oster Gentle Paws Nail Grinder, our lower cost pick for best dog nail grinder, standing on a green background.
Photo: Michael Murtaugh

Oster Gentle Paws Premium Nail Grinder — Budget Pick
Amazon deal price: $15; street price: $20

What we like: Our budget pick dog nail grinder. Similar power and efficiency as our top pick, the Dremel PawControl. Includes a removable plastic sheath that fits around the grinding bit and catches dust as you file.

Other things to know: Louder than our top pick on the high setting and requires AA batteries (which aren't included), instead of being rechargeable.

Read our review of the best dog nail grinders.

The Amazon Echo Dot (5th Gen) displaying a digital clock at the time of 9:28.

Echo Dot (5th Gen) with clock — Also Great
Amazon deal price: $40; street price: $50

What we like: A camera-free smart speaker for nightstands. Packs the same features as the regular Dot, with a small screen that can show the time and weather.

Other things to know: Screen can be turned off with Alexa if desired. $40 matches the low we've seen for the 5th gen.

Read our review of the best Alexa smart speakers.

A group photo printed by Simply to Impress, our pick for best holiday photo card service overall, in a white envelope.
Photo: Erin Roberts

Simply to Impress Holiday Photo Cards 35% Off — Top Pick
Simply to Impress deal price: $50; street price: $81

What we like: Our top pick holiday photo cards. Quick and affordable way to spread holiday cheer. Aesthetically-pleasing templates. Easy-to-use website. Attractive packaging.

Other things to know: 35% off site-wide discount, plus $10 off orders over $50. Shipping varies based on time frame and selected items.

Read our review of the best holiday photo cards.

Our pick for best backpack for all-day comfort, the Patagonia Refugio Daypack 26L, shown in violet with light blue highlights.
Photo: Connie Park

What we like: Best at distributing weight and most comfortable of all the bags we tested. Padded mesh straps and back panels make heavy loads feel light. Removable sternum strap helps stabilize the bag. Spacious pockets.

Other things to know: Recent redesign is lighter on interior organizational features, but we found it manageable. Available in Plume Grey.

All-Clad HA1 Nonstick Pans (Set of Two).
Photo: All-Clad

What we like: Very similar to our also-great pick, the All-Clad B1. Thick. Sturdy. Works with induction. Excellent value.

Other things to know: Has the classic All-Clad stick handles that are angled upward. Sides of pan are more upright. Comes with one 8-inch and one 10-inch pan.

Read our review of the best nonstick pan.

The BigBlue 3 USB Ports 28W Solar Charger, shown outside on a rocky surface, charging an iPhone.
Photo: Rozette Rago

BigBlue 28W USB Solar Charger — Top Pick
Amazon deal price: $58; street price: $70

What we like: Our top pick portable solar charger. Produces the most power of any we tested. Includes three output ports with weatherproof port protection. Smaller and lighter than similar options.

Other things to know: Folds closed with a weak strip of Velcro. Longer and a bit unwieldy to get in the right position.

Read our review of the best portable solar battery charger.

Philips Wake-Up Light HF3520 Sunrise Alarm Clock
Photo: Sarah Kobos

What we like: Offers a soothing simulated sunrise and sunset and a variety of alarm sounds. A backup power source means the alarm still functions during a power outage. Decent radio and a sleek, attractive design.

Other things to know: LED light can’t be replaced when it goes out, but typically lasts 6-7 years. Two-year warranty.

Read our review of the best sunrise alarm clock.

Ryobi 40 piece drill and impact drive kit.
Photo: Ryobi

What we like: A smaller set than we recommend in our guide. Might be nice for a kitchen drawer set, or someone who lives in a small space. Durable. Readily available at Home Depot. Front of the case is transparent, so you can easily see what you have.

Other things to know: Free shipping or store pickup.

Read our review of the best drill bit set.

Our pick for the best flashlight, the ThruNite Archer 2A V3 with it's light shining.
Photo: Michael Murtaugh

ThruNite Archer 2A V3 Flashlight — Top Pick
Amazon deal price: $24; street price: $30

What we like: Bright and compact—the size of a Sharpie. Multiple brightness settings. Waterproof. Won't roll on flat surfaces. Will stand upright on its end. Full of features found on pricier flashlights.

Other things to know: Not rechargeable—requires AA batteries. Difficult to tell low-power mode is on in daylight. Flimsy belt clip. Not the brightest option available.

Read our review of the best flashlight.

Our pick for most versatile toiletry bag, the State Bags Bensen Dopp Kit, shown upright on a bathroom countertop near a sink.
Photo: Michael Hession

State Bags Bensen Toiletry Kit — Our Pick
State Bags deal price: $58; street price: $74

What we like: Versatile enough for long and short trips. Unzips flat to pack larger items. Hangs readily thanks to sturdy hook. Removable transparent pouch makes for easy TSA passage.

Other things to know: Comes in 15 colors and patterns. Use code BF2022. Price includes shipping.

Read our review of the best toiletry bags.

A grid-patterned Baggu duck bag.
Photo: Sarah Kobos

Baggu Duck Bag (2 Bags) — Our Pick
Baggu deal price: $54; street price: $68

What we like: Our favorite cute and comfy canvas tote. Carry cross-body, over-the-shoulder or briefcase-style. Roomy enough for a yoga mat. Machine-washable.

Other things to know: 20% off reflected in-cart; add two bags for free shipping. Comes in 12+ colors and patterns; a few are pricier. Warrantied for 1 year.

Read our review of the best 6 best tote bags to match any style.

The Fisher-Price Jumperoo Baby Jumper.
Photo: Fisher Price

Fisher-Price Jumperoo Baby Jumper — Top Pick
Amazon deal price: $80; street price: $105

What we like: Safest jumper we found, and the only one that lets babies activate music and lights as they leap. Durable enough to last through multiple kids.

Other things to know: The AAP’s National Health and Safety Performance Standards recommend using jumpers only for a maximum of 15 minutes at a time, twice a day at most.

Read our review of the best baby bouncers and rockers.

Espro P6 French Press, our upgrade pick for best french press, with a solid stainless steel body and black handle.
Photo: Michael Murtaugh

Espro P6 French Press — Upgrade Pick
Espro deal price: $75; street price: $115

What we like: Upgrade pick French press. Offers the same superior filtration as other Espro models, plus better heat retention thanks to a double-walled carafe. There’s no danger it will shatter if you drop it.

Other things to know: Serves up the best combination of value, flavor, and looks in a durable stainless carafe, but the handle is plastic. Use code BEST35 for a new low price. In brushed stainless steel or matte black

Read our review of the best french press.

The Sony DualSense Controller (PS5).
Photo: Sony

What we like: Comfortable to hold. Headset jack works with PC when connected via USB-C port. Available in a wide-range of colors.

Other things to know: Larger and more expensive than DualShock 4. Windows compatibility can be hit-or-miss. RedCard holders save an extra 5%

Read our review of the best PC gaming controller.

The Logitech MX Keys Mini and MX Keys Mini for Mac bluetooth keyboards.
Photo: Michael Hession

What we like: Upgrade pick wireless keyboard. Backlit keys are particularly comfortable to type on. Can pair with and switch between three devices via Bluetooth.

Other things to know: Takes up more desk space than our top pick. Rechargeable battery doesn’t last as long. Use code FALLSAVINGS for the deal price.

Read our review of the best Bluetooth and wireless keyboards.

The Earfun UBoom L, our runner-up pick for best speaker.
Photo: Michael Hession

What we like: Runner-up portable Bluetooth speaker. Offers good sound quality, solid durability, and USB-C charging. Runs for about 10.5 hours on a charge. IP67-rated, so it can withstand dust and immersion in one meter of water for 30 minutes.

Other things to know: Our testers liked the sound and design of our top pick more. Price reflected at checkout.

Read our review of the best portable Bluetooth speaker.

Helly Hansen Moss Rain Coat
Photo: Sarah Kobos

Helly Hansen Moss Rain Coat — Our Pick
Amazon deal price: $83; street price: $110

What we like: Protective mid-thigh length. Attractive style and price. Keeps your bum and thighs dry. Our top pick.

Other things to know: Not as size-inclusive as our other picks. Only coat we recommend that can’t go in the dryer.

Read our review of the best rain jackets and raincoats.

The black square-shaped Cosori Pro Air Fryer, our budget pick for the best air fryer.
Photo: Michael Sullivan

Cosori Pro Air Fryer — Budget Pick
Walmart deal price: $80; street price: $100

What we like: The best pod-shaped air fryer we tested for under $100. Well-designed exterior. Includes a recipe booklet and Walmart exclusive skewer rack.

Other things to know: Doesn’t cook as evenly as our other picks. Settings aren’t quite as accurate.

Read our review of the best air fryer.

Photo: Michael Hession

PartySticks 8-inch Glow Sticks — Staff Favorite
Amazon deal price: $7; street price: $13

What we like: Fun and functional accessory for nighttime outings. Kids love them. A trick-or-treating favorite.

Other things to know: 100 for $7. Likely on sale because Halloween has come and gone.

A fluffy white cat stretching up to scratch near the top of the SmartCat post.

What we like: Woven sisal cover is more durable than carpet and less prickly on paws than rope scratchers. Taller than other posts we tested, so even big cats can stretch out.

Other things to know: First deal we've posted in years.

Read our review of the best cat scratchers.

The box for the Lego Star Wars advent calendar.
Photo: Lego

Lego Star Wars Advent 2022 Calendar — Staff Favorite
Walmart deal price: $36; street price: $45

What we like: Fun for kids (and grown-up Lego fans). Good alternative to sweets. Menagerie of mini-figures makes a festive holiday display when finished.

Other things to know: Save instructions for easier rebuilding. Includes Clone Trooper Commander, Battle Droid, C-3PO (Holiday), Darth Vader (Holiday), Snowtrooper, Luke Skywalker, Gonk Droid, and R2-D2 (Holiday) figures.

Read our review of the best advent calendars.

A person wearing the Harper Wilde Base Bra.

Harper Wilde Base Bra — Our Pick
Harper Wilde deal price: $34; street price: $46

What we like: Sturdy yet buttery-soft. Supportive underwire and a sleek, adjustable band. Lightly lined molded cups cradle breasts and create a smooth silhouette beneath clothes. Small hook on the back allows you to switch the straps into a racerback design.

Other things to know: Available in sizes 32A to 42F. Hook-and-eye might be a bit itchy if you have sensitive skin. Price includes shipping. Use code BIGSALE30 to get one bra for $34 shipped or 3 for $84 with free shipping.

Read our review of the best bras.

The Fitbit Charge 5 watch with a teal green band.
Photo: Rozette Rago

Fitbit Charge 5 Fitness Tracker — Top Pick
Amazon deal price: $100; street price: $130

What we like: Easy to use and navigate menus. Reliably detects, identifies, and starts recording workouts after about 10 minutes of activity. Built-in GPS and solid battery life.

Other things to know: Getting to be an older option at this point. No tracker perfectly recorded every metric it attempted in our testing.

Read our review of the best fitness trackers.

Our pick for best workout headphones overall, the JBL Reflect Aero TWS, shown next to their charging case.
Photo: Michael Hession

JBL Reflect Aero TWS Headphones — Top Pick
Amazon deal price: $75; street price: $125

What we like: The best wireless earbuds for working out. IP68-rated water and dust protection. Stabilizing wings keep earbuds locked in place. 8-hour battery life with 16-hour case life. Dual-device Bluetooth capability. Good bass forward sound. Can function with just one earbud. Excellent noise cancellation.

Other things to know: In-app EQ tweaking improves audio. Some may find stabilizing wings uncomfortable during prolonged usage. Touch-based controls aren't perfect. Case lacks wireless charging. Other picks may be better for phone/video calls.

Read our review of the best workout headphones.

The Tramontina 10-Inch Professional Restaurant Fry Pan
Photo: Michael Murtaugh

What we like: This Walmart variant of our top pick, the Tramontina Professional nonstick pan, functions identically, with minor aesthetic differences. Has a durable coating, good heat distribution, and excellent maneuverability.

Other things to know: Not compatible with induction cooktops. Rivets that secure the handle to the pan don’t have a nonstick coating.

Read our review of the best nonstick pan.

Photo: Rozette Rago

Micro Mini Deluxe Scooter — Our Pick
Amazon deal price: $76; street price: $95

What we like: Our pick for toddlers is extremely stable and easy to use. Provides kids under 5 with a smooth ride that builds confidence and skills. Easy to set up and store. Weighs only 4 lbs.

Other things to know: Adjustable handlebar column might need frequent tightening. If adjustability doesn’t matter to you, the non-deluxe version is the same scooter. Clip the on-page coupon for the deal price.

Read our review of the best kids scooters.

The Graco TurboBooster LX, our runner up pick for the best booster car seat.
Photo: Michael Hession

Graco TurboBooster LX Booster Seat — Runner-Up
Target deal price: $50; street price: $80

What we like: Safe, comfortable, and convenient to use. Narrow footprint, two cupholders. Converts to backless. Great for the price. First deal we've seen since 2019.

Other things to know: Has hook-style LATCH connectors, which are the least user-friendly LATCH connectors (annoying if you plan to move the seat regularly).

Read our review of the best booster car seats.

Our Also great pick, the Braun MultiQuick 7 Hand Blender MQ7035, standing next to ingredients for tomato soup.
Photo: Braun

Braun MultiQuick 7 Hand Blender MQ7035 — Also Great
Costco deal price: $80; street price: $100

What we like: A powerful variable speed blender. Can change the speed one-handed. Offers the same great features as our budget pick, the MultiQuick 5, but is easier to hold and use. Outperformed more expensive Braun models during testing.

Other things to know: Includes a 3-year warranty. Costco membership required.

Read our review of the best immersion blender.

The Nest Easy Breather Memory Foam Pillow.
Photo: Sarah Kobos

Nest Bedding Easy Breather Pillow (Standard) — Top Pick
Nest Bedding deal price: $75; street price: $90

What we like: Our pick for the best bed pillow. Comfortable and supportive. Moldable, customizable shredded-foam filling offers firm support for back- and side-sleepers. Longtime favorite of our testers.

Other things to know: No chemical smell like other shredded-foam pillows. Two-year warranty. Available in Standard size.

Read our review of the best bed pillows.

Schwinn Roadster 12-inch Trike
Photo: Schwinn

Schwinn Roadster 12-inch Trike — Also Great
Amazon deal price: $84; street price: $120

What we like: Also-great pick in our guide to the best tricycles. Fast and fun to ride. Stylish, shiny build. Low, Big Wheel style. Air-filled tires for a bike-like riding experience. Low center of gravity prevents tips.

Other things to know: Lacks the push bar of our other picks. Bigger kids can hit their knees on handlebars. Heavy, at 17 pounds. Also available for $70 in pink.

Read our review of the best tricycles.

A SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD V2
Photo: Sarah Kobos

SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD V2 (1 TB) — Runner-Up
Amazon deal price: $100; street price: $130

What we like: Fast and rugged portable SSD. Features a shock-, water-, and dust-resistant design. Pocket-sized. Fast transfer speeds with USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C.

Other things to know: 256-bit AES hardware encryption and IP55 dust- and water-resistance rating. Five-year warranty.

Read our review of the best portable SSD.

Three bags of different types of coffee from the Atlas Coffee Club Subscription.
Photo: Michael Murtaugh

Atlas Coffee Club (1st Bag for $3 + Free Shipping) — Staff Favorite
Atlas Coffee Club deal price: $3; street price: $14

What we like: Unique globally sourced coffee subscription service. Beans come from lesser explored locales like Peru, Rwanda, and Papua New Guinea. Each 12-oz bag includes postcard detailing source country’s coffee culture.

Other things to know: Use coupon code WCCYBERWEEK and select single bag option to get first bag of coffee for $3 plus free shipping. First-time subscribers only.

Read our review of the best coffee subscriptions.

Our budget pick for best baking stone, the Old Stone Oven.
Photo: Sarah Kobos

Honey-Can-Do Rectangular Pizza Stone — Budget Pick
Amazon deal price: $32; street price: $42

What we like: Our budget pick pizza stone. A cheap way to improve pizza and bread. Retains heat well and improves pizza crust and bread crust formation. Gentler heat works well for croissants.

Other things to know: Capable of being used on grill or under broiler. Measures 14x16 inches. Includes a 60-day warranty at the discretion of the company.

Read our review of the best pizza stone and baking steel.

The Jackbox Party Pack 8: Standard - Nintendo Switch
Photo: Jackbox

What we like: Perfect to play after the kids go to sleep. A collection of hilarious minigames that prompt players to chime in on their own mobile devices. Absurd and effortless to learn. A breath of fresh air compared to competitive games that encourage tensions.

Other things to know: Comes with Drawful Animate, The Wheel of Enormous Proportions, Job Job, The Poll Mine, and Weapons Drawn. After purchase, you can access the game in Your Orders. Non-returnable and non-refundable.

Read our review of the best video games for the whole family.

Sony SRS-XB33 Portable Bluetooth Speaker
Photo: Rozette Rago

What we like: A former pick that's still an excellent speaker. Sounds fuller than our top pick, and is more portable than our upgrade pick. Long 16 hour battery life, IP67 waterproof and dustproof rating, and solid speakerphone function.

Other things to know: It seems to be discontinued, but if you can find one, we still recommend it as among the best you can buy for $130 or less. Costco membership required.

Read our review of the best portable Bluetooth speaker.

A person holding the Doxy Original Vibrator over a bedside table with candles on it.
Photo: Sarah Kobos

Doxy Original Vibrator — Former Pick
Lovehoney deal price: $99 with code WC-DOXY99; street price: $140

What we like: A former pick that's an upgraded alternative to the corded Magic Wand. Offers comparable—if not more—powerful vibrations with twice as many intensity levels (ranging from mild to extreme). Aesthetically pleasing design plus a 10-foot cord.

Other things to know: Former runner-up pick, still more expensive than our current runner-up pick. Use code WC-DOXY99.

Read our review of the best vibrators.

Victrola Eastwood Signature Record Player
Photo: Victrola

What we like: A good option if you want the least expensive all-in-one record player that sounds decent and is fully featured. Requires no setup. Can play audio from Bluetooth sources and stream sound to Bluetooth speakers and headphones.

Other things to know: Tonearm not adjustable. Sound quality a big step down from our pick. Use code TAKE10.

Read our review of the best turntables and record players.

A person with curly dark hair wearing yellow and white striped Hanna Andersson long johns and red slippers, while reading a hardcover standing outside on a wooden deck.
Photo: Adam Reeve

Hanna Andersson Adult Long John Top In Organic Cotton — Top Pick
Hanna Andersson deal price: $23; street price: $33

What we like: Colorful and comfortable. Mix-and-match. Body-hugging design. Thick, warm fabric. Generous sizing. Options for whole family.

Other things to know: New low. Available in select colors and patterns. Free shipping. Fjord/Out of the Blue pattern is more deeply discounted at $18, all others $23. Matching pants also on sale.

Read our review of the best pajamas.

The best vibrator, the Magic Wand Rechargeable, shown on a bright green background.
Photo: Sarah Kobos

What we like: Easy-to-clean silicone head, a quieter (but not that quiet) motor, greater variation in intensity and vibration patterns. Durable, functional, and useable for years without breaking.

Other things to know: Not waterproof. Its distributor, Vibratex, offers a 1-year warranty. Use code WC-MAGICWAND115.

Read our review of the best vibrators.

A tester wears a light blue Bonobos Tech Button Down, one of our picks for the best button-up shirt.
Photo: Rozette Rago

What we like: Soft and stretchy (93% nylon, 7% spandex). Feels smooth and light against skin, not cheap or staticky like some synthetic blends. Sizing options galore. Things to know: Use code CYBERWEEK at checkout (if not automatically applied). Some patterned options are currently cheaper. Extended sizes are available at the same price.

Read our review of the best men’s button-up shirts.

A close up of a person standing with their hand on their hip, wearing wearing our top pick leggings, the Girlfriend Collective Compressive High-Rise Legging.
Photo: Girlfriend Collective

What we like: Versatile and flattering. Structured fit, a substantial feel, and medium compression. Available in a wide variety of sizes (from XXS to 6XL), three lengths, and six standard colors plus some limited ones.

Other things to know: May feel warm in some scenarios due to the substantial fabric. The waistband itself had less give than waistbands on other pairs. Buy one pair for $58 shipped, or more than one pair for free shipping.

Read our review of the best leggings.

A lacy, blue pair of Hanky Panky Signature Lace Boyshorts.
Photo: Michael Hession

Hanky Panky Signature Lace Boyshort — Our Pick
Hanky Panky deal price: $19; street price: $34

What we like: All our testers liked this underwear pick. Made of stretchy but unobtrusive nylon lace. Comfortable, with no side seams to dig into your hips. Lots of colors and sizes.

Other things to know: Tag at the center rear waistband is easy to snip off with scissors.

Read our review of the best women's underwear.

Photo: JBL

JBL Reflect Mini NC Headphones — Another Good Option
Amazon deal price: $75; street price: $120

What we like: Offers a lot of excellent features in common with our top pick. Comes with solid (IP57) sweat resistance, decent noise isolation, a hear-through awareness mode, and EQ adjustability.

Other things to know: Sound quality is bass-forward in a fun way. The touch-based controls are limited and were occasionally temperamental in our tests. Currently about $25 cheaper than our top pick.

Read our review of the best workout headphones.

Photo: Jabra

Jabra Elite 4 Active Earbuds — Another Good Option
Walmart deal price: $80; street price: $110
Amazon deal price: $80; street price: $110
Best Buy deal price: $80; street price: $110

What we like: Great fit. High water and dust resistance. Intuitive controls.

Other things to know: Fussy device connectivity. Microphone sounds muffled on calls. Middling active noise cancellation. Available in black, navy, and mint.

Read our review of the best workout headphones.

Skullcandy Sesh Evo Wireless Earbuds
Photo: Rozette Rago

Skullcandy Sesh Evo Wireless Earbuds — Former Pick
Amazon deal price: $30; street price: $40

What we like: Provides fun, bass-forward sound. Comfortable fit. Water resistance (with an IP55 rating). Easy-to-use controls.

Other things to know: Former budget pick. Only five hours battery life per charge, but 19 hours total from the included charging case. Mediocre microphone.

Read our review of the best wireless Bluetooth earbuds.

Oral-B Kids Electric Toothbrush
Photo: Rozette Rago

What we like: Our pick if your child doesn’t like the sensations produced by a vibrating toothbrush. Recharges by plugging into a base, and replacement heads are among the more affordable of the brushes we tested. Has a two-minute timer.

Other things to know: Significantly more noisy than our top picks. Opt for store pickup to avoid shipping fees.

Read our review of the best electric toothbrush for kids.

The wireless upgrade pick gaming mouse, the Razer Basilisk Ultimate.
Photo: Michael Murtaugh

What we like: Speedy, responsive, and comfortable. Customizable scroll wheel with adjustable resistance. Decent battery life.

Other things to know: Former upgrade pick. Virtually identical to the cheaper wired Basilisk V3 in size, shape, and placement of buttons. Braided charging cable included. Small cavity on underside allows for storage of wireless dongle.

Read our review of the best gaming mouse.

The Razer Blackshark V2 Pro, our upgrade-pick for best gaming headset.
Photo: Michael Hession

What we like: Best gaming headset we tested this year. Rich, immersive sound. Lightweight enough to wear all day. Fits a wide array of head sizes.

Other things to know: Connects wirelessly. Comes with 3.5mm cable to use wired with any console. Charges via micro-USB cable. Two-year warranty.

Read our review of the best gaming headsets.

The Lego Orchid set, fully built, in a blue pot placed on a shelf next to a bunch of books and a small picture frame.
Photo: Joshua Lyon

Lego Orchid 10311 — Our Pick
Walmart deal price: $40; street price: $50

What we like: Colorful, vibrant blossoms. Doesn't need to be watered. Part of the Lego Botanical Collection.

Other things to know: Gorgeous results, but a straightforward and repetitive build.

Read our article on Lego flowers.

The Lego Succulents set, fully built, displayed on a shelf next to a bowl with some sage bundles.

Lego Succulents 10309 — Staff Favorite
Amazon deal price: $40; street price: $50

What we like: Can be built as one central bunch or separated into individual "pots." Satisfying to put together. Breathes life into a windowless room.

Other things to know: Lego isn't just for kids! Deal matches previous low price.

Read our expert opinion on why Lego isn’t just for kids.

The Apple Magsafe duo charging an iPhone 12 and Apple watch simultaneously
Photo: Michael Murtaugh

Apple MagSafe Duo Charger — Also Great
Amazon deal price: $98; street price: $120

What we like: Compact. Best if you only need to charge two devices. Ideal for traveling or limited nightstand space. Charges at full 15W with MagSafe.

Other things to know: Only two charging spots (one for iPhone or AirPods case and one for Apple Watch). Doesn't come with a 20-watt power adapter. Still quite pricey and doesn't match the lowest price we've seen.

Read our review of the best Apple wireless charging stations.

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