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This $38 Security Camera Is Better Than Cameras 5x More Expensive
Unbeatable value for DIY home surveillance. It can identify and track moving objects even when they disappear from view for a while. In addition I can move the camera from the app on my phone. It turns through a full 360 degrees but the up/down movement is more limited at 93 degrees. You can zoom, talk, record and take pictures with it through the app
Attention cat owners, this litter system is so much easier to clean than traditional litter. It is slightly more expensive but you use less so it’s probably cheaper in the long run. Best things I like are after you scoop the litter and change the pad, the room smells great and no lingering pee smell. Also no litter flying everywhere.
This blanket is like being wrapped in a hug from a big old golden retriever
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If you suffer from sensitive teeth, this toothpaste is a life saver! It really does get rid of all tooth sensitivity and lets you enjoy hot and cold foods daily without any discomfort
Zinc lozenges can help shorten the duration of the common cold if taken at the earliest symptoms
Don’t forget to get that Vitamin D either!
Hand Sanitizer that doesn’t smell like vodka
If you want warmth, comfort, durability and longevity, this jacket ticks all the boxes
If you are committed to decluttering your life, this is a great and reliable scanner. I scan in all my receipts, bills, photos, etc. and get rid of the paper. Once I started scanning, I coiuld never go back
Even if you’re not a secret agent and don’t think you have anything to hide, you need a paper shredder. Garbage and recycling bins full of bank statements and credit card offers are treasure troves for identity thieves