The HOMWE Silcone Oven Mitt was our top choice for its great forearm and wrist coverage, secure grip, and overall flexibility.
Although a great thermometer, we came to the conclusion that the Thermapen shouldn't be the top choice for most people. It's an amazing product, but not really worth its $100 price point.
In the battle of powerhouse blenders, the Nutribullet comes in first, especially as a personal blender choice. If you want to get a little more versatile, the Vitamix has its perks, but isn't quite worth the price.
The Vitamix S30 is a great personal blender -- its just not worth the $250+ you'll pay for it if you're using it for those reasons. If you want a real, more versatile blender, upgrade in size.
The Wine Enthusiast electric wine opener is our choice due to its ease of use, great battery life, and overall brand reputation.
The dōTERRA Petal diffuser is an excellent product overall, and stands out because of its small footprint.
The NutriBullet comes with a ton of hype, but for the most part, it delivers. It took first in our test of the best personal blenders.
The SterlingPro's great construction and ability to keep a cup of coffee hotter for longer made it our choice for the best French press amongst other solid contenders. For a classic-style French press, we also recommend the Bodum - Chambord
We took down over 1000 soda cans to determine our selection of the best can crusher: the Easy Pull Auto Dispenser. The Easy Pull is quick, inexpensive, risk-free and easy to use.
Nothing keeps it poppin' quite like the Lékué, which is portable, functional, and affordable -- a great all-around package in a popcorn maker.
We spent more than 45 hours testing, sipping, and analyzing the best whiskey stones on the market to determine that Balls of Steel handily leads the pack.