From banana-shaped toothbrushes to k-cup water purifiers,
Amazon has it all.
If you’ve ever wondered what weird, practical and just-plain-interesting items are trending on Amazon, we’ve got you covered. We’re using Amazon’s trending products data to uncover some of the most practical purchases people are buying on the site each week.
Below, check out our favorite things people are buying on Amazon this week, and
sign up for our to stay on top of the best sales each week. Full Carts, Can’t Lose email These k-cup water filters This Star Wars droid inventor kit This humidifier
It has dual rotating misting outlets, so you get
twice the mist output
of most humidifiers. Plus, it's on sale right now.
Price: $40 More This infant toothbrush that's shaped like a banana
Its silicone design is safer on baby teeth than hard plastic toothbrushes. Plus, it's just plain adorable.
Price: $10 More Story Continues This deep pore-cleansing clay
Billed as "the world's
most powerful facial
," this clay treatment is pure natural calcium bentonite clay, and is free of additives, fragrances and animal products.
Price: $15 More This tiny little interactive monkey
hang off your finger, blink their eyes, turn their heads, blow kisses, swing by their tails, and talk in monkey babble. Clap you hands and they sing along, too.
Price: About $40 More This board game
This party game is perfect for "people who are into kittens and explosions and laser beams and sometimes goats." It was the
in Kickstarter history, and is suitable for ages 7+. Can be played with 2 to 5 people.
Price: $20 More The Instant Pot These Hatchimals
Hold the egg in your hands, rub the heart and when it changes from purple to pink, it's ready to hatch, and you can collect your Hatchimal. These will make
the perfect stocking-stuffer
for your little one.
Price: $10 More
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