It’s summertime 2016! And that means it’s time to spice up your outdoor area (whether its a balcony, patio, backyard, or poolside). So, we went out and found the most cost-effective products for sale on Amazon right now that you can buy, starting at as low as $5.99.
So, let’s get into it shall we?
10. 2x4 Basics $21.47 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000BDG7UI
The parts to build your own table (that’s why it’s called the “AnySize” table) out of 2x4s, or really any size planks you’ve got lying around. You have planks lying around, right?
So that’s the round-up! Hey, do me a favor and leave a comment on which patio piece is your favorite. See you in the next one.
There’s something heavenly about fluffy, straight-from-the-baker waffles. And if you eat out (say, at your favorite breakfast place) you might find yourself paying $10 for them. But not anymore. We scrubbed the pages of Amazon for the best deals on waffle irons for this month (May 2016), sorted and ranked for you.
Let us know what you think in the comments section.
2. Proctor Silex - $18.99
Simple, clean, white plastic body.
3. Hamilton Beach - $19.29
Makes 2 waffles instead of 1 (the other two previous models only do 1), for twice the efficiency. Plus, Hamilton Beach exclusively deals with this sort of appliance.
4. Applica - $26.49
This is actually a Black and Decker number. I think you’ll be rather pleased.
5. Hamilton Beach - $28.99
6. Cuisinart - $29.95
Yes, it’s more expensive but it also makes not 1, not 2… but 4 waffles! So for what it’s worth, it’s quite the time-saver especially if you’re looking to make a ton of waffles for family and friends.
7. Oster (again) - $29.99
The difference is that this one is ceramic, as opposed to the stainless steel version above. I included it to give some representation to the ceramics.
Whether you’re starting a new venture or in need of a touch-up, here are 10 excellent reads (all available on Amazon) to get you going:
1. Think & Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
A classic to put you in the proper mindset for business: to get what you want, pick a destination and work relentlessly to that end. Hill had unprecedented access to all the millionaires and billionaires of his age, and the resulting text is fantastic.
So that’s my list! If you read something else that you really like as well, leave a comment about it. This is by no means an exhaustive list, and I’d like to learn from you in the same way that you learn from me every now and then. So, comment away!
Even if they’re not strictly business books (you’ll notice that I put Coehlo’s The Alchemist on here), I’d still love to hear about them. In fact, out of the genre is appreciated.
All the best, and I’ll see you in the next one.
Did you know…
Sellers on Amazon will often drop their prices temporarily to encourage some organic sales? Let’s help them out a little bit, shall we?
These iPhone 6s Plus cases are discounted for everyone, and we found and ranked them for you in order of price! You’re welcome. Now, go out and get a brand new shiny case.
Let us know what you think in the comments section.
So there you go! That’s the round-up. Is there a case that I missed (that’s both cheap and fashionable), that you picked up recently? I’d like to hear about it!
And 3 honorable mentions go to gomyc, CASELAND, and NSSTAR for coming in at under $10 and providing some serious value to Amazon customers, which we’re happy to broadcast out to you.
Summer means camping. And camping means being ready for anything. And being ready for anything means…
Multitools, that’s right.
So here are the top 15 multitools on Amazon right now, which we found and then sorted by pricepoint, starting with the cheapest one. So, let’s get into it:
True Utility $3.61 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XCSP61U
Not only is it a spiffy yellow, but it’s extremely cheap. Normally, good things aren’t cheap and cheap things aren’t good. But this might be the exception at the lowest priced multitool on Amazon right now.
Jeep $8.39 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IOMIXJ6
It’s a silver adjustable screwdriver and wrench, and the form factor reflects that. Some negative reviews make me question how well it works in some areas. But do your research, and it should be fine.
Swiss+Tech $8.54 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B001AY2WLU
Aside from having the most interesting main product photo in its category (a spider-like splayed position), the Swiss+Tech model offers a lot for the price and may just be your new best friend.
CoBean $8.68 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AH9A8JM
This one’s great, because it takes on a hammerhead on one side of its body, unlike a lot of its more fragile-looking counterparts.
Gerber $10.58 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004DT2912
The first model of the $10 mark, this knife-heavy model looks like it would packa a punch. Ideal for whittling, camping, and cutting ties of all kinds (not emotional ones).
Jaybrake $11.73 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B001LUMZHO
Higher ratings, reasonable price, and all of the tools you’d expect. The Jaybrake model is the most “classic” and “expected” multitool on this list so far.
Gelindo $14.99 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00Z7CQT38
If you’re the type of person who wants things in a full set, this multitool comes with a carrying bag and blue accents. This one’s visually different from the others. Functionally, probably on even ground.
VODIY $19.97 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00QN3S5IW
Like Gelindo in the previous entry, this tool comes with a carrying case and even screwdriver heads in a sleek selection. If you want the whole nine yards, go VODIY.
Vitopeak $19.99 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0196G93HE
If you like a sleek all-black set, go with this one!
Leatherman $34.89 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005DI0XM4
I thought I’d end with the $35 gorilla in the room. This stainless steel model from Leatherman. It’s certainly the “luxury” play in this market, and if you want to make sure that your cash is in good hands, this seems like the reliable choice in this market.