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On the list of things I can’t do, bothering is at the top of the list—I simply can’t be bothered. That doesn’t mean I’m lazy mind you (though this article was due last week), but rather I like putting in the minimum amount of effort for the maximum amount of satisfaction.
If you’re shopping for anyone who is like me, check out these seven gifts to aid them in their journey through this arduous world.
1. A robot vacuum that empties itself
A robot vacuum is at the top of my list, specifically the iRobot Roomba j7+. It’s our number one lab-tested robot vacuum because it offers superior programmability, cleaning, and it can empty itself for up to 60 days. With just a push of a button, you can enjoy the satisfaction of maintaining your clean floors.
Get the iRobot Roomba j7+ for $649.99
2. A can opener to make meal time easier
It’s weird to say that a can opener has poise and grace, but the Cusinart CCO-50 does. During testing, it rocketed to the top of the charts by being easy to use and never dropping any cans. Why waste energy opening cans? You should be saving that strength for cooking and eating.
Get the Cuisinart CCO-50 for $24.99
3. A litter box that cleans itself
Time spent with cats is never wasted. However, time spent cleaning up after them is. So, why not get a self-cleaning litter box? The Litter Robot Connect is the way to go. Instead of scooping, like other automated litter boxes, the Litter Robot Connect uses a system of sieves to remove the offending material and replaces the litter back clean. It even has a carbon filter to help reduce odor.
Get the Litter Robot for $549
4. An apple slicer for healthy snacking
The Oxo Good Grips creates eight perfectly cut apple slices while removing the core. Whether it’s for baking or dipping in peanut butter, the Oxo Good Grips is that oddly specific tool that once you get used to, you’ll not want to live without.
Get the Oxo Good Grips Apple Slicer for $10.95
5. Alexa Echo will make your home smarter
The fourth generation Alexa Echo boasts state-of-the-art processors so it’s super responsive. For those who don’t know, the Alexa Echo is a smart hub that lets you interact with thousands of smart products with just your voice alone. Whether you want to turn on your Philips smart lights or order groceries, you can do all that with the Alexa Echo without getting up from your couch.
Get the Alexa Echo for $59.99
6. A long cable to charge from anywhere
Do you ever feel like the cable to your iPad is too short? Well, Anker has a solution for that—a 10-foot-long lighting cable. Imagine being able to have unlimited power while you binge the latest Netflix masterpiece while laying in bed. You’ll even have enough slack to roll over!
Get the Anker Powerline+ II for $22.99
I was supposed to come up with seven things to put on this list, but couldn’t be bothered. So for our final entry, here’s the gift of nothing.
Get the Gift of Nothing for $6.95
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