Searching for affordable ways to level up your lifestyle? Look no further! Reddit users have unveiled a list of 12 truly life-changing products. And the best part? They are all under $100. Let’s dive in:
12. Luggage Scales
A luggage scale can cost way below $100 and has the potential to save you oodles of extra cash if you have a habit of overpacking before vacations. Do keep in mind, though, that this Reddit reader suggestion only works if you actually check your airline’s weight and measurement restrictions before you go…
Speaking of daypacks, these clever little clips are much-loved by Reddit readers. Why? Because having one means you can clip pretty much anything to your bag or backpack. Who wouldn’t want to go completely hands-free? These cost just a few dollars, too.
While one Redditor recommends the Osprey brand in particular, we say any decent daypack has got to be worth its weight in gold. You can carry everything comfortably and hands-free. A good one should give you many years of reliable service, too.
9. Car Battery Starters
If, like one Reddit reader, you often venture into “remote areas with poor cell service”, then having a portable car battery charger is an absolute must. Most modern products come complete with USB connectivity, a tire inflator, and a bright LED light – and can cost way under $100. What’s not to love?
8. Air Tags
If you’re the sort who can never find their car or house keys, then an air tag will simply save you so many headaches. You might “never waste a minute stressing” again once you can locate your essentials in a matter of moments.
7. Chef’s Knives
You can buy an entire set of decent knives for well under $100, so why skimp on something that most of us use on a daily basis? A sharp knife can even be a safer choice, too, as it requires less pressure than a blunt one. As well as being less likely to slip onto your finger or thumb. One Redditor suggests adding “a knife sharpener” into the mix for complete kitchen-topia.
6. Power Banks
If you often forget to charge your phone, then make sure you pack one of these into your bag or jacket pocket. On-the-go charging really can be life-changing, as you’ll literally have the world at your fingertips.
5. Wireless Keyboards and Mice
If, like many Reddit fans, you use a laptop, then a wireless keyboard and mouse can be a real game-changer. It’s so much more ergonomic than your portable computer’s keyboard, saving so much stress on your back and joints.
4. Air Fryers
With many entry-level and even higher-spec models available within the sub-$100 category, an air fryer is a must-have for many kitchens. If crispier French fries in half the time aren’t enough – as “you don’t have to preheat it” – then you’ll love the lower power bills generated by using this daily essential.
This is one gadget from which there’s no going back for many people. Happy Reddit commenters get their books free from Amazon Prime or at the local library, so once you’ve made the initial investment, the written word is within easy reach at all times.
Forget the Swiss Army knife, say many in-the-know Reddit readers. A Leatherman does it all and so much more, and some happy owners say they use theirs “at least twice a day, if not more.” With so many tools on one sturdy, reputable gizmo, who can blame them?
Wearing, rather than holding, your flashlight can be an “absolute bonafide game changer,” according to one Reddit user. Another even added that they use theirs for “knitting in bed at night.” Rock ‘n’ roll it might not be, but practical and safe, this most definitely is.
MORE ARTICLES LIKE THIS COMING UP:
14 Best Purchases Under $50 to Improve Your Life (According to the Internet)
You don’t have to be a millionaire to live a rich life! If you need proof, check out these 14 items that cost under $50 but can make your life countless times better.
Cash Crisis: 12 Ways People Could Use an Extra $1900 a Month
Ever wondered what you’d do with an extra couple grand each month? Someone on Reddit just asked people online exactly that. Here’s what they said they’d do with the money…
12 Failed Products They Said Would Be Huge but Never Took Off
They promised they’d be the next big thing. They were wrong. Here are 12 products people thought would be massive but ended up flopping.
12 Tell-Tale Signs Someone Comes From Money
You can usually tell when someone you meet was brought up never having to worry about money. Here are 12 of the tell-tale signs to look out for, according to people on Reddit…
20 Hobbies You Have to Be Rich to Have (According to the Internet)
Not all hobbies are made equal as far as your bank balance is concerned. Here are 20 pastimes that are particularly expensive – so much so, they’re often reserved for the rich…