Weird But Brilliant Things On Amazon For Cyber Monday
The bizarre depths of the internet — everyone’s been there at one point or another. You’ve gone brain dead from too much surfing (normally around 2 AM), and suddenly you realize that you’re neck-deep in a Reddit board about cats standing on their hind legs. Weird products sold on Amazon fit particularly well into this category, too, even if some folks don’t even realize it.
As the leading business in e-commerce, Amazon sells tons of household items, beauty products, and electronics every single day, but there are also loads of odd but surprisingly brilliant things trending on Amazon that people tend to overlook. I’m happy to say that the best Cyber Monday deals on Amazon have brought some of these unexpectedly useful products to light.
Whether you’re utilizing weird holiday deals to do a little online shopping for yourself, or you’re looking for unusual gifts for everyone on your gift list, Amazon’s the place to do it. On top of having countless different categories, you’ve also got really accurate customer reviews, a rating system that tends to be dead on, and fast and reliable shipping for all the odd presents you can find. Here are some of the most bizarre Cyber Monday deals that are just begging you to put them in your Amazon cart.
This Weird Blow Dryer That Might As Well Be Magic
Definitely not your average blow dryer, this BaBylissPRO Tech Dryer uses an Italian AC motor that's actually infused with keratin and titanium technology. In other words, hair dries so quickly and with such shine that reviewers are calling this the "magic blow dryer."
A Stick That Lets You Stream Your Favorites Anywhere
This Game That Makes Your Kid A Genius
A Brush That Straightens And De-Frizzes
Dafni The Original Hair Straightening Ceramic Brush, $170 (was $200), Amazon
The Dafni hair straightening brush looks a lot like your average brush, but it actually heats up to pull your hair through its bristles, straightening, de-frizzing, and coating your strands with negative ions as it goes. If you've always wanted to try a straightening brush, this one has rave reviews on Amazon, with buyers saying things like, "Totally worth the money" and "I have long, thick, wavy hair ... a few brushes with this magic wand and my hair is straight!"
Not The Most Mainstream Instrument, But Still Badass
Sure, Ukulele's not the most mainstream instrument, but this Kala Learn To Play ukulele starter kit gives a loved one or yourself absolutely everything you need to get started -- including a mahogany ukulele, a tote bag, a start guide, and online lessons.
A "Men In Black" Gadget That Mounts And Charges
This Insanely Effective Spot Cleaner Vacuum
The Hoover Spotless upholstery cleaner looks intimidating, but it's actually a convenient and portable way to get stains out from your couches, rugs, and more using a self-cleaning hose, tons of suction, and an included cleaning solution formula.
Give Your Cat This Cheese Wedge Scratcher
Create 3D Designs And Sculptures
Grow Your Plants Like Its The Future
Rub This Stick On Your Skin To Make Workouts Easier
This Earthy Diffuser That's Surprisingly High-Tech
This Light-Up Mushroom Charges Everything Simultaneously
This Futuristic Speaker That Changes Colors
This Speaker Specifically For Skype Calls
This Skill-Free Hair Curling Thing
The BaBylissPRO Curl Machine might appear to be a torture device, but it's actually a painless and skill-free way to curl your hair. The device sucks a strand in and beeps a moment later to tell you that you've now got a flawless loose curl that stays in all day. Need some product recs to go with it? Check out five Bustle editors' favorite picks for curls.
This Scalp Massager For Longer, Stronger Hair
For Daily Hot Flashes Or Rough Summers
This Ice Roller To Fix Under-Eye Bags
A Rave-Like Glow Light For Indoor Gardeners
A Virtual Reality Headset For Your Phone
The virtual reality world is picking up speed real quick, and this Fritesla Virtual Reality Headset comes at an awesome price and fits most phones to play 3D games and watch the most realistic movies you've ever seen.
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