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As the holidays wind down and we get back to reality, the little things that come back into focus. Winter hunkering this year means a few questions: Do we have enough Purell? How are we fixed for face masks? And is the Roku working? So take a minute to take stock and replenish.
We rounded up some cult-favorite items—from hand sanitizer to a top-notch bargain-priced TV—that sell out frequently on Amazon. At this moment, all are back in stock. Get ’em while the gettin’ is good. If you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)
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Here’s why this 10-pack of face masks keeps selling out: The Powecom KN95 Face Mask is one of the few FDA-approved face masks available at Amazon. It’s a KN95 mask that’s on the official FDA Emergency Use Authorization List. It’s confirmed to have 95 percent particulate filtration efficiency, which slows the spread of COVID. A 10-pack is on sale for $21, which breaks down to $2.10 per mask.
Amazon has one of its bestselling TVs—the Insignia 39-inch Smart HD TV—Fire TV Edition on sale for $170 right now. This is the all-time lowest price we’ve seen for this model. Equipped with a Standard HD resolution of 720p, it has a great picture and is the perfect size for a small space. It lets you stream movies and shows from Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video and more without adding a separate device.
“This TV is exactly what I wanted for my office,” raved a delighted five-star reviewer. “It is small in size, but big on picture quality and sound. It was easy to set up, just like my other Fire TVs, and, easy to use with voice- or remote-control. I have had no issues using the TV with Amazon Prime and all of the other apps I installed to stream television, movies and music.”
In a 10-ounce size, Suave’s powerful spray sanitizer is perfect for stashing in the car or any room of the house. It contains 65 percent ethyl alcohol, which firmly falls within CDC guidelines, and effectively kills more than 99.9 percent of germs and bacteria—including coronavirus. The sanitizer has zero fragrance and comes out as a mist, so it’s also great for sanitizing small high-touch items, like keys and doorknobs.
“It works well at my tableside, and I was able to share some with my family,” said an Amazon shopper. “...It's very light, not thick like the usual brand hand sanitizers.”
Get this Suave six-pack is on sale right now for $27 (about $4.50 per bottle).
Down from $249 to just $199, the legendary Apple AirPods Pro are the best-in-class wireless earbuds you deserve, after having made it through 2020. These pro-level buds earned a perfect five-star rating from more than 94,500 Amazon shoppers. For audio quality, fit, and comfort, they are unparalleled. Amazon has knocked $50 off the price. And the latest model is even better than prior iterations. Now’s your chance.
Said a thrilled Amazon shopper, “Wow...I’m so glad Apple came out with these and that I waited to splurge on headphones. The sound is beautiful, the fit is perfect. I literally just got these out the box and I fell in love! I have always been an Apple product lover. Well worth the wait!”
This 12-pack of 16-ounce Purell Advanced Instant Gel Hand Sanitizer bottles is down to the lowest price it’s been in many months, on sale for $60 (from $73). The bottles are made from malleable plastic for ease of squeeze. Use them to fill smaller containers or to apply directly to hands.
As you well know by now. Purell follows the CDC guidelines for killing 99.99 percent of common germs and bacteria like coronavirus, with 70 percent ethyl alcohol as its active ingredient. When you just can’t get to soap and water, this hand sanitizer is one of the best ways to keep clean.
The Roku Ultra—which is on sale for $79, or $21 off, at Amazon—is one of the company’s most powerful and speedy streaming devices. It supports Wi-Fi and wired streaming via Ethernet for a more reliable and steady HD and 4K picture. Translation: You’ll have very little loading time or buffering when launching streaming channels or heavy-streaming 4K movies and shows.
The video device can access more than 500,000 streaming channels, including Netflix, HBO, Disney+, YouTube TV, Prime Video, Apple TV and SlingTV. It even comes with a special remote and a handy ‘find my remote’ feature to make it easier to find when it goes missing (and let’s be real, it certainly will at some point). The remote also comes with a headphone jack, so you can listen to your TV without disturbing the rest of your household. Just plug the included JBL headphones into the remote to automatically go into private viewing mode.
“I've had my Roku for almost a year now and it's excellent,” shared a five-star reviewer. “Everything works wonderfully as described. I also have the Roku stick and the Amazon Fire TV Stick. I prefer the Roku interface and abundance of channels options...The set up is easy, even assigning the additional channel buttons. I love the remote finder capability as I've had my remote drop a couple of times between the couch cushions.”
Popular household cleaning products were the most coveted items of 2020. And one such item—Fantastik Multi-Surface Disinfectant—is back in stock just in time for the 2021. You can get a 32-ounce spray bottle for just $9.50 (was $11).
Fantastik follows CDC guidelines and recommendations, and it’s named on the EPA’s list for effective disinfectants against coronavirus. This fast-acting, powerful disinfectant kills 99.9 percent of bacteria and viruses around your home, and it’s tough on grease and soap scum too—use it for countertops, ceramic tiles, sinks, walls, floors, bathtubs and more.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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