Top products from r/AmazonTopRated

We found 25 product mentions on r/AmazonTopRated. We ranked the 169 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top comments that mention products on r/AmazonTopRated:

u/humanmanguy · 9 pointsr/AmazonTopRated
  • Fire TV Stick, which is a lower-cost alternative to the awesome Fire TV. (think Apple TV, but actually good)

  • Raspberry Pi which is a tiny fully-functional/fully-featured ARM computer.

  • Arduino, which is an easy-to-use electronics prototyping platform, great if you're interested in learning how to make your own electronics and whatnot. (you might also want this, this, this, this, and this. Should be less than $40 altogether, though you could also probably find like a starter kit that comes with an arduino, book, and components.)

  • Huion drawing tablet, great for if you want to do digital art. I haven't used this model specifically, but I do have the (bigger/more expensive) Huion 610 Pro, which I love.

  • Amazon Prime student was like $40 IIRC, not sure if that has changed though.
u/Hatewrecked · 13 pointsr/AmazonTopRated

If you've ever owned an Xbox 360 (or have a wireless 360 controller), you can pick up this wireless receiver for only $16.72. Plug it into your computer's USB port and you can use your 360 controller on normal computer games. I use mine to play Nintendo 64, Playstation, and Gamecube emulators I've downloaded. So if I want to play Super Smash Bros or Animal Crossing or whatever, I can just use my xbox controller and download the game free online off of a site like It's one of my favorite purchases. I've gone back and beaten so many games for purely nostalgic reasons and have tons of hours on it. Loads of fun.

Even if you don't have a controller, you could pick one up at GameStop for like $15.

u/puterTDI · 1 pointr/AmazonTopRated

I've used the scoop free for two years:

and it's fricken awesome. We got a plastic insert rather than buying the replacement cartridges. You don't really have to do anything for a month (just stir it once or twice) then you take everything out, dump it in a garbage bag, hose the insert off with the hose, and refill with litter and you're good to go.

It has yet to jam or break (unlike the stupid litter maids...I went through two of them and they were breaking every couple of weeks. Their bins also filled up like every 3 or 4 days).

u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/AmazonTopRated

I bought this knife's precursor with a rosewood handle while doing Europe in my 20s.

It's still my main knife after decades of use and sharpening, and now lives alongside several other Victorinoxes.

Just this week I gave the fourth one away as a gift.* I give one every time I discover a friend owns no decent kitchen knife. To date I'd say I have garnered about two dozen thank yous among those four gifts.


Edit: If you or your friend keeps their knife in a drawer, be a sport and get this too:

^*Some ^traditions, ^including ^my ^mother's, ^say ^giving ^a ^knife ^as ^a ^present ^is ^aggressive ^and ^unlucky; ^and ^you ^should ^request ^a ^dollar ^to ^remove ^any ^pastiche ^of ^curse.

u/explosivo563 · 4 pointsr/AmazonTopRated

I like twisted veins hdmi cables. You get 2 for under 10 bucks, and they come with right angle adapters, cable ties, a small polish rag and an led keychain light. And they have a nice looking blue cover. Amazon basics make solid stuff, but twisted veins really went all out.

u/joeroganfolks · 1 pointr/AmazonTopRated

I have had one of these (in navy blue) since 2006 and it has been great. The winding mechanism came loose once around 2011 but was repaired at a watch repair shop for probably around the same cost of the watch. There is another Seiko 5 with a bigger face for a little under $200 if that is your thing, sometimes I found the face to be a little small for me (I'm 6"1).

u/masamunecyrus · 1 pointr/AmazonTopRated

Additional variations:

| Price | Series | Style | Size | Color | Link |
$33.79 | Legend | Chef | 5" | White | Link
$50.96 | Legend | Chef | 6.7" | White | Link
$66.99 | Revolution | Chef | 7" | White/Black | Link
$69.95 | Revolution | Nakiri | 6" | White/Black | Link
$46.41 | Revolution | Santoku | 6" | Various | Link
$35.31 | Revolution | Santoku | 5 1/2" | Various | Link
$29.95 | Revolution | Slicing | 5 1/4" | White/Black | Link
$30.25 | Revolution | Utility | 5" | White/Black | Link
$20.20 | Revolution | Paring | 4" | White | Link
$19.80 | Revolution | Paring | 3 1/7" | Various | Link

u/delithug · 2 pointsr/AmazonTopRated

Or you could get this and a newspaper.

u/jimoconnell · 1 pointr/AmazonTopRated

Highly recommended. The Seiko 5 series is a very high-quality, well-made, accurate watch. I'm on my second of this watch (the first was lost or stolen, a few days after purchase.) and would buy a third if I managed to lose this one.

The one thing I would mention is that it's a self-winder, not a quartz—if you don't wear it for a day or two, it's going to run down. NBD, just set the time and shake it once or twice to get it going.

u/subintimal · 3 pointsr/AmazonTopRated

They missed my favorite... even took it down. It was a literary masterpiece.

The Secret saved my life!, December 4, 2007

By Ari Brouillette

Please allow me to share with you how “The Secret” changed my life and in a very real and substantive way allowed me to overcome a severe crisis in my personal life. It is well known that the premise of “The Secret” is the science of attracting the things in life that you desire and need and in removing from your life those things that you don’t want. Before finding this book, I knew nothing of these principles, the process of positive visualization, and had actually engaged in reckless behaviors to the point of endangering my own life and wellbeing.

At age 36, I found myself in a medium security prison serving 3-5 years for destruction of government property and public intoxication. This was stiff punishment for drunkenly defecating in a mailbox but as the judge pointed out, this was my third conviction for the exact same crime. I obviously had an alcohol problem and a deep and intense disrespect for the postal system, but even more importantly I was ignoring the very fabric of our metaphysical reality and inviting destructive influences into my life.

My fourth day in prison was the first day that I was allowed in general population and while in the recreation yard I was approached by a prisoner named Marcus who calmly informed me that as a new prisoner I had been purchased by him for three packs of Winston cigarettes and 8 ounces of Pruno (prison wine). Marcus elaborated further that I could expect to be raped by him on a daily basis and that I had pretty eyes.

Needless to say, I was deeply shocked that my life had sunk to this level. Although I’ve never been homophobic I was discovering that I was very rape phobic and dismayed by my overall personal street value of roughly $15. I returned to my cell and sat very quietly, searching myself for answers on how I could improve my life and distance myself from harmful outside influences. At that point, in what I consider to be a miraculous moment, my cell mate Jim Norton informed me that he knew about the Marcus situation and that he had something that could solve my problems. He handed me a copy of “The Secret”. Normally I wouldn’t have turned to a self help book to resolve such a severe and immediate threat but I literally didn’t have any other available alternatives. I immediately opened the book and began to read.

The first few chapters deal with the essence of something called the “Law of Attraction” in which a primal universal force is available to us and can be harnessed for the betterment of our lives. The theoretical nature of the first few chapters wasn’t exactly putting me at peace. In fact, I had never meditated and had great difficulty with closing out the chaotic noises of the prison and visualizing the positive changes that I so dearly needed. It was when I reached Chapter 6 “The Secret to Relationships” that I realized how this book could help me distance myself from Marcus and his negative intentions. Starting with chapter six there was a cavity carved into the book and in that cavity was a prison shiv. This particular shiv was a toothbrush with a handle that had been repeatedly melted and ground into a razor sharp point.

The next day in the exercise yard I carried “The Secret” with me and when Marcus approached me I opened the book and stabbed him in the neck. The next eight weeks in solitary confinement provided ample time to practice positive visualization and the 16 hours per day of absolute darkness made visualization about the only thing that I actually could do. I’m not sure that everybody’s life will be changed in such a dramatic way by this book but I’m very thankful to have found it and will continue to recommend it heartily.