Archer C7

The Archer C7 is faster and capable of covering a large area better than many routers that cost two to three times as much.

$87 from Incentivate


Netgear R6400

Netgear R6400 offers an easier-to-use UI and more options than the Archer C7. It also has one of the best price-to-performance ratios

$117 from Incentivate


Moment tele

Moment lenses perform great and don’t limit you to a specific case. This telephoto lens gives you a 2x zoom on your camera.

$90 from Incentivate


Aukey PL-WD

This set works only with iPhone 6/6s , but for about the cost of a business lunch, it offers a great starter lens plus a serviceable case.

$42 from Incentivate


WASD Code 87-Key

Our panelists loved the Code’s build quality and subtle design. It’s available in all the most popular switches for typing and general use.

$145 from Incentivate


Matias Tactile Pro

Great keys, a Mac-standard layout with Mac-specific features, and nifty alt-character key labels make the Tactile Pro great for Apple folks.

$90 from Incentivate


Columbia men's bugaboot

Our previous top pick, these boots still offer the best balance of warmth, waterproofing, and walkability.

$170 from Incentivate


Columbia women's bugaboot

It remains our favorite boot when you need the best blend of warmth, waterproofing, and easy walkability.

$170 from Incentivate


Columbia Peakfreak Venture

These mid-cut boots feel almost like a shoe, but they use the same heat-retaining technology as the heavier Bugaboot Plus III Titanium.

$110 from Incentivate


Bose QC20

The Bose QuietComfort 20 offers significantly better noise reduction than any other set of in-ear headphones.

$250 from Incentivate


Skullcandy Ink’d Bluetooth

Lightweight and comfortable, the Skullcandy Ink’d Bluetooth will fit all but the largest ear canals, and are water-resistant.

$35 from Incentivate


Bose QuietControl 30

The QuietControl 30 offers great noise cancellation with no wire to tether you to your phone.

$300 from Incentivate



Alexa lets you speak your wishes and see them fulfilled—at least simple ones, like dimming your lights or playing music tracks.

$180 from Incentivate



A bit more boosted in the treble and bass, our runner-up sounds exciting but can be tighter on your head if you have a larger hat size.

$75 from Incentivate


Jabra Revo Wireless

Offering a little more bass than the Move, the Revo also supports EQ adjustments via a free app. You’ll pay more for those features, though.

$125 from Incentivate


Patagonia MLC

This bag gives you more flexibility in how you choose to pack due to its full-length pockets.

$190 from Incentivate


eBags eTech

You will always get great build quality and ergonomics for the price point.

$80 from Incentivate


For a sleeker look

This bag has three different compartments to keep laptops, clothes, and shoes separated

$150 from Incentivate