39 Clever Products Popping Up Everywhere That Are Less Than $30 On Amazon

Sometimes I’ll see a unique product that does a bang-up job of solving a problem and I wish I came up with the idea myself — and that’s how I feel about all of these clever products on Amazon that are less than $30. My “inventor’s envy” dates back a couple of decades to that ’90s firestorm, the Topsy Tail. Well, now the retail juggernaut can introduce you to — no disrespect to The Tail — so much more. For example, there’s a genius clip that gives you a place to put your fast food sauces when you’re eating on-the-go. As the parent of a child who has consumed gallons of honey mustard sauce, I can testify that the struggle is real when it comes to in-car sauce placement. Then, you have this sink attachment that dramatically speeds up the process of cleaning off the dishes after dinner. I don’t know about you, but anything that gets me out of the kitchen after a meal is a good thing — and believe me, there are plenty more ingenious ideas where those came from. So hitch your wagon to a star and get one of these brilliant products. Why not? The other terrific thing about each one of these items is that they each will only set you ...

“Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife:

“Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh.” —Genesis 2:24 “You’ve been cleaving right here in Eden Township, Pennsylvania, just as the Lord commands in the Bible?” I glance inside the buggy. The carved-wood interior is so fabulous it looks like a duke’s library. And the horse? It could be entered in the Miss Universe pageant. Betty Jane’s fantastic bosom has been shaking with silent laughter for the last minute or so, and now she lets go with a merry screech. In America, you can stroll up and ask a stranger just about any question if you frame it with the Bible. I know this because I’ve been booming down the East Coast of the USA, visiting every town called Eden that comes my way—and by God, nearly every state has a little town called Eden—to speak with folks about Adam, Eve, ribs, apples, snakes, temptations, and so forth. My mission: to right past wrongs committed by Outside magazine. I’ve been reading Outside for 40 years. Hell, I started writing for it in 1980, and I’m aware that everybody has one question when they finish an Outside story: How did those climbers defy death on that mountain? But I alw...