What did we do before Amazon? The e-commerce marketplace has redefined online shopping forever, especially with its gadgets and gizmos aplenty.
Whether you’re on the hunt for a unique gift (toilet night light, anyone?) or simply want a life hack, we hand-picked 10 weird yet totally useful gadgets you never knew you needed below.
Raise your hand if you take your phone into the bathroom. Us, too. With this innovative toilet paper holder, you now have a place to set your phone down.
If you have trouble keeping track of your keys, the pro key tracker is a lifesaver. It works for phones and purses too!
No need to break the bank on a fancy chip and dip dish. These awesome little dip clips snap on to just about any plate so you always have a side dip handy.
Going to the bathroom in the middle of the night just got a whole lot easier. The toilet night light has a motion sensor, which activates when you walk into the bathroom. No more bumping and stumbling to find the light or get to the toilet!
Standard strainers are a thing of the past. This nifty version latches onto any pot in your kitchen, making it super practical.
Whether you monitor the baby room on your iPad or need to catch up on trending news, the shower curtain has slip pockets so you can take your trusty tech gadgets with you in the shower. Talk about multitasking!
You might not think you need a mini projector, but that’s because you haven’t seen the cube projector yet. The portable cube is only two inches, so you can transform just about any space into your very own movie theater.
How many times have you grabbed the egg carton from your fridge only to realize it’s empty? The Egg Minder connects to your iPhone and notifies you when you’re running low on eggs.
Pet owners, rejoice! Thanks to the Furbo dog camera, you can check in with your furry friend whenever, wherever and virtually send treats.
Cooking eggs has never been easier. The egg cooker includes a boiling tray, which allows you to cook up to six eggs, a poaching tray for perfectly-poached eggs every time, and an omelet bowl for an oil-free, individually-portioned breakfast.
xx, The FabFitFun Team