With Christmas and Hanukkah just around the corner, we wanted to make your last-minute gifting options as easy as possible. We scoured through our data and found the clickiest, most popular products that you, the readers, have been into this year. Get them while they're hot.
No surprise here, but the uber-popular 8-in-1 pan continues to surge in popularity. Some of the colors are back-ordered, but, if you act fast, you can get one in your friend's hands by December 25.
Having only one sale a year is enough to practically break the internet, but it's the number one bestselling item that really intrigues us. The bedding and bath brand sold one of these cozy robes every 60 seconds during its entire seven-day sale that ran over Thanksgiving week.
This candle rec came straight from Hunker's resident shopping editor and has continued to be a top-performer. (Pro tip: This "smaller" size has a burn time of 60 hours, while the larger and more expensive size only burns for 25 hours.)
This item makes a lot of sense — 2020, am I right? — so, if you know someone who could use a hug, give them the comforting feeling of a weighted blanket to cozy up to this holiday season.
Marie Kondo knows best: This conducts and retains heat like an old-school charcoal grill – but is designed for indoor use on a gas stove (AKA no coals needed).
There's a reason this vacuum tops every "best vacuums" list — because it is. Score it on sale now at Amazon and prepare to be your giftee's new favorite person.
Call it the Emily in Paris phenomenon, but these Eiffel Tower products from our fave French brand are nonstop bestsellers at Hunker. Gift it to your favorite travel-fiend who's itching to book their next trip.
These fun bowls from Anthro are continuously at the top of our list. They're inexpensive, endlessly useful, and come in six colors for tons of variety.
Katie is a Los Angeles-based writer who covers shopping trends, deals, and product reviews for Hunker. She's written for PureWow, Food Network, and Well+Good. When not online shopping, you can find her collecting vintage glassware or rewatching Nancy Meyers' movies for design inspo.