The 32 best things we ever bought on Amazon for under $25
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- Some of the best parts of shopping on Amazon are the wide selections and low costs, but those things can also make it difficult to root out what's really worth spending your money on.
- My favorite way to make sense of what's great on Amazon is by getting recommendations from friends and coworkers.
- I asked my Business Insider colleagues about the best things they've bought on Amazon for under $25 and unearthed some interesting finds.
Some of the best parts of shopping on Amazon are the wide selections and low costs, but those things can also make it difficult to root out what's really worth spending your money on before you've stretched your checkbook too thin. It can also be hard to tell which affordable options are similar (or better) in performance to their higher-priced competitors to save you some money. The huge selection and low costs can be a great advantage if you have the inside scoop needed to navigate them confidently - if not, it can be a huge drain on time scrolling through reviews and trying to parse out who means what they're saying.
My favorite way to make sense of what's great on Amazon is by getting recommendations from friends. As a result, I decided to ask my colleagues at Business Insider about the best things they've bought on Amazon for under $25 - in the hopes of finding some new things to try without wasting time or money discovering them. Hopefully, they're as helpful to you as they were to me.
Below are the 32 best things we've bought on Amazon that cost us less than $25:Subscribe to our newsletter.
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A pair of $10 anti-glare, blue-light-blocking computer glasses.
An easy-to-use, versatile cast iron skillet.Advertisement
A natural clay mask that has a cult-following.
A wash and stain bar that will keep your shirt collars looking nicer for longer.Advertisement
A mini waffle-maker that gets the job done and takes up minimal countertop space.
A milk frother for homemade treats.Advertisement
A weekly planner that's desk-friendly and doesn't have dates, so it lasts longer than the calendar year.
Fun colorful handles for your cast iron cookware.Advertisement
A pair of $13 earbuds that sound like they'd cost way more.
An easy and inexpensive way to make matcha lattes at home.Advertisement
A little 'Tub Shroom' that catches your hair before it clogs the drain.
A smart home camera at a fraction of the cost you would expect to pay.Advertisement
A pack of inexpensive toy mice to keep your cat entertained.
A sound machine to replace the sounds of the city at night with nature or white noise.Advertisement
A really thin wallet for just the essentials.
An incredibly bright front- and rear-facing bike light with different brightness levels and flash patterns.Advertisement
No-slip gel gripped socks.
Reusable stainless steel straws.Advertisement
A cute one-piece swimsuit.
An inexpensive face mask pack that's more expensive at other retailers.Advertisement
A PopSocket to make gripping a large iPhone less strenuous on your fingers.
A salt lamp that gives off a nice, warm glow.Advertisement
A perfectly sized memory card case.
Reusable K-cups for your Keurig or to use as impromptu tea balls for loose-leaf tea.Advertisement
A super effective foot mask to give you smoother feet.
The savvy (and very cost-effective) way to shop for home goods that are more expensive in your local store and more cumbersome to bring home.Advertisement
A large Brita filter that always has excess water left after pouring a glass.
A slim wastebasket that fits almost anywhere, but also fits a lot of garbage.Advertisement
Phone cases that look good but cost a lot less than the price set by your phone care provider in-store.
Fun, decorative wall decals (and a lot of them).Advertisement
An unobtrusive and effective way to add shoe storage to any closet.
A water bottle with a time marker that helps keep you keep track of how much water you're drinking.Advertisement
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