Amazon is one of the most-used e-commerce company in the world. No wonder its founder, Jeff Bezos, is one of the wealthiest guys on the planet. Amazon sells millions of products, but what are the ones with sales that do the best? Keep watching to find out!
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- Trtl Pillow
Whether you travel via car, plane, or train, you’ve noticed that people like to bring their u-shaped pillows to place around their neck as they sleep in a sitting position. If these pillows never worked for you, you might want to try out a Trtl Pillow. Yes, that’s “turtle” but without all the vowels. The Trtl Travel Pillow looks more like a scarf and fits like one, too. It wraps around your neck for the best kind of support. People also rave about how soft it is thanks to the fleece. It won’t add too much to your luggage weight as it weighs just half a pound. One of these pillows cost $29.99.
SanDisk Ultra 32GB Memory Card
Photography has never been so massively popular until now. Nowadays, everyone can see your photos if you post them and people do want to post pictures. It makes sense that a small item like a SanDisk Ultra 32GB Memory Card sells fast online. They’re inexpensive as well, set at $9.33 each with free shipping on Amazon.
23andMe DNA Test
There are similar companies such as Ancestry.com and MyHeritage.com that provide DNA testing services. Amazon’s answer to that is selling the 23AndMe DNA Test for $199. How it works is you take a sample of your saliva and send it to the 23AndMe lab. When you purchase the kit online, you receive results about 6 to 8 weeks later. From the results, you learn about your ancestry and a general health report. You are guaranteed fast shipping because it’s listed as one of Amazon’s top choices.
Amazon is also home to the coolest magnetic gadgets. There’s no practical reason for having a toy ball or plant pot levitating in your house other than pure fun. First off is the Floating Globe sold by ZJChao, priced at $68.49. It’s pretty self-explanatory: it’s a globe of the earth that floats between its base. The Globe rotates, too! For decoration, people like to purchase magnetic balls like this one–sometimes they look like basketballs or footballs and are priced starting from $35 and upwards. A levitating light bulb or plant pot may cost you closer to $130.
Roombas are like little pets that clean up after you. Not only is the Roomba more subtle than a large, loud vacuum, but the newer iRobot Roombas can pick up anything from chunky crumbs to small dust particles. This feature is called their “propriety three-stage system” which enables for a more thorough cleaning. You can schedule these Roombas to clean up to 7 times a week automatically, or you can press the “clean” button for when you need it. No need to worry about remembering to recharge it because the iRobot Roombas automatically will dock and charge itself. It’s also made to fit under furniture and other small spaces, only measuring 3.6 inches or 9.1 meters tall. It cleans all floor types from tile to carpet, wood, and more.
Amazon Fire TV Stick
Utilizing streaming services such as Hulu, Netflix, or HBO Now might feel like a hassle when it comes to viewing things on your TV. With Amazon Fire TV Stick, you use a little remote which looks a lot simpler than TV remotes and a small USB-like tool that’s called the Fire TV Stick. What’s more is the new Fire TV Stick comes with Alexa’s voice meaning you can verbally control the remote. It’s easy to take it with you on vacation and plug into the hotel or AirBnB TV because of its small size.
This thing will come in handy in a post-apocalyptic world. For now, it’s useful for times you’re in the wilderness and need some clean water to drink. It may not look like much, but the LifeStraw allows you to drink water in the wild. The LifeStraw filters out 99.9999% of waterborne bacteria and waterborne protozoan parasites. If your worry has more to do with viruses, the LifeStraw Family 1.0 removes 99.999% of viruses from the water source. It sounds like a huge miracle, and for those living in conditions where water isn’t that clean, it is.