4 Products Under $35 for When You're Feeling Shamefully Lazy

No motivation? No problem.

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Feeling lazy? We get you. It’s not always easy to keep track of the “essentials.” Sometimes you don’t know you need a thing until it’s too late, be it a phone charger or a fresh set of bedsheets (not making any assumptions here.) When life gets in the way, it’s important to have those little things on-hand to make things a little easier. Hell, when you’re hanging out at home stress-free, making things easier isn’t so bad either. We trawled the web to find some great deals on products that will make your life just that little bit simpler, for when you really feel like putting your feet up.

nut find 3 tracker

4. Nut Find 3 Smart Tracker  

You'll never lose your keys – or anything else you attach to the Find 3 Smart Tracker – again. Just affix it to whatever you want to Not Lose, connect it to your phone, and you've instantly got a device that will helpfully wail the moment you start wondering "where the hell did I put that?" $19.99

10ft lightning cables

3. 3 Pack 10 ft mFi certified Lightning cables

[Sean Parker voice] You know what's cooler than one insanely long iPhone charging cable? Three insanely long iPhone charging cables. Originally $99.99, you're not going to find a better deal on reliable, super-fast wires anywhere else. [$28.99


2. KlikR Universal Remote Control

Don't ask me how this works, just know it actually freaking works. The KlikR can be stuck to any device that receives an infrared signal and almost instantly transforms it into a device that can be controlled by your smartphone. TVs, ACs, you name it. It would seem like magic if it weren't real. $19.99

stack queen sheet set

1. 4-Piece Classic Queen Sheet Set 

Enjoy 60 percent off this soft, durable sheet set, which is premium enough to last, and cheap enough to be an important impulse buy. You always need a new, crisp sheet set, and this deal covers a range of bed sizes and colors, so you're always covered. $31.99

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