10 products on Amazon our readers couldn't stop buying in October
Our readers are obsessed with these 10 items.
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Here at Reviewed, my coworkers are I are legitimately obsessed with products. We can't wait to get our hands on the latest gadgets, tools, accessories, and appliances to try them out and find the best possible items to make our lives easier and more enjoyable.
And our readers, likely including you, share our fascination with finding and owning the best products out there. We recently shared the 13 things we've purchased in the last month, and now we're revealing the most popular products our readers have been buying up on Amazon in October:
1. The latest WiFi-enabled robot vacuum
We recently tested this robo-cleaning device and had great results. The ability to control it from your phone adds even more value. For under $200, it's definitely one of our new favorite affordable robot vacuums, and our readers love it too!
2. One of the most popular ways to cook
Everyone, myself included, is getting on the pressure cooker train, and the Instant Pot 7-in-1 is the fan favorite. With seven different pre-programmed settings and countless recipes to try, it's a great way to grow your home-cooking menu. Our readers are also snapping up tempered glass lids ($14.95) to go with their new pressure cookers, perfect for steaming, sauteing, and keeping your food warm.
3. A smart 4K TV at a great price
You can finally get 4K smart TVs without taking out a small loan, and this Roku TV from TCL is one of the best affordable options for its size. A lot of our readers placed their orders when it was on sale for $400 earlier this month. But this is still a great deal for $450. And if you don't mind something smaller, the 49-inch is still on sale for $359.99, $10 more than the 43-inch.
4. A new, super cozy comforter
You can only wash your blanket so many times before it loses its fluffy, comfiness. This comforter is a favorite among us here at Reviewed, and thousands of our readers agree. For under $30, you can stay warm and cozy until spring.
5. A smart plug that lets you control any electronics wirelessly
The iDevices Switch is the best smart plug we've tested, so it's no surprise our readers love it! Plug anything at all into this little smart gadget and you can control the power and set schedules from your phone or Amazon Alexa. Hello, coffee that's ready when you roll out of bed.
6. Scrapers that make it easy to keep cast iron cookware clean
Cast iron pans are the secret to extra tasty meals, but you can't just toss them in the dishwasher. This month, our readers are investing in these scrapers that make it easier to get those stuck-on food bits off.
7. A portable charger that combats dead phone phobia
Does seeing the "low battery" notification on your phone make you anxious? Our readers have been buying up these RAVPower portable USB chargers all month. These compact battery packs can recharge a phone a few times at least. Perfect for travel or just keeping in your bag.
8. Long-lasting, spill-proof food storage containers
Our readers are cooking more at home, and using these highly rated Rubbermaid containers to store their leftovers. We've tried these too, and found them to be the best plastic containers available, especially for the price.
9. A classic, bagless vacuum for cleaning enthusiasts
Robot vacuums may be popular, but many of our readers prefer a more traditional approach to keeping their homes clean. This Bissell is the most popular upright vacuum on Amazon, and it's the best affordable upright we've ever tested.
10. An oven-safe thermometer for better baking
Now that temperatures are dropping, cranking up the oven to bake some tasty treat is growing more enticing. But baking requires precision, and a thermometer you can keep inside your oven makes it much easier to be accurate. No more burned cookies!
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