We test products all year long so you can cut out all the legwork and get right to the best of the best. From the amazing (and affordable) T-Fal nonstock frying pan to our picks for best smart scale, there’s something for everyone that we recommend over at Amazon, where you can count on quick shipping in time for the holiday.

This pan's depth gives it multipurpose functionality: It cooks standard frying-pan foods like eggs and meats, and its 2½-inch sides are tall enough to prepare recipes you'd usually reserve for pots, like rices and stews.

The GreenPan's Ceramic Fry Pan is made from sand, so it won't release any toxic fumes in the case of overheating. What's more, after cooking, close to zero residue remained on the pan, which led to a very speedy cleanup consisting of wiping, rinsing and going on with our business.

The Alera Elusion Series Multifunction Chair emerged as our best budget pick, standing up to (and in some cases far surpassing) office chairs that retail for more than five times its price point, particularly in the comfort and adjustability categories.

The Steelcase Series 1 stood out as one of the most customizable, high-quality, comfortable office chairs on the market, beating out chairs double the price — making it the best bang for the buck.

The Samsonite Omni has a fully polycarbonate shell with a micro-diamond texture that prevents scuffing and keeps the back from feeling bulky.

This polyester mask is soft and breathable, and it has a reflective logo in the bottom left corner to help with visibility on those night runs.

Limiting water flow to just 1.5 GPM, this compact head is serious about sustainability. And even with all that environmental friendliness, it still manages to deliver a deluge of water and a very satisfying shower.

The brand’s High-Waist Power Flex Leggings are a fan fave on Amazon, with a 4.5-star rating from over 15,000 reviews. They are truly do-it-all leggings for a fantastic price — completely squatproof and perfectly compressive while still soft and comfortable. They’ve been compared to other options on this list that are two to three times more expensive, and they totally do match up. Particularly if you work out often and don’t want to spend over $100 on one pair of leggings, we can’t recommend these enough.

This is the lower-priced Eufy model, and the price difference really showed in testing. Setup was simple and the design was similar, but we had an incredibly difficult time getting readings beyond weight and BMI. We also found that Amazon reviewers noted it’s tough to connect with the electric spots on the scale, which produce these other readings. The suggestion was to use a towel to “dampen the contact points.” That sounds like a good way to get a shock (or worse!), so we did not try this. Weight readings were accurate, but not being able to access any other info (the app didn’t always sync) took a lot of points away from this scale.

The Withings Body Plus, one of three we tested from Withings, which also makes sleep trackers and fitness watches, was another scale we really liked. It was our favorite from the Withings scale lineup by far. Setup was straightforward, with easy-to-follow directions and quick pairing. If you can set up a Bluetooth speaker, you can set up this smart scale. The app the scale works with is called Health Mate, and you can add individual accounts for family members, so no nosy relatives or housemates can see your health data. Also, the scale works with Wi-Fi, so if you’re logged in, you don’t need the app open or your phone close by to register a reading. The weight readings were consistent with repeated testing.

The Fitbit Aria 2 was recently discontinued, but if you can find it you’ll get a great scale if you’re already integrated into the Fitbit universe. Another black, glass, lightweight scale, it can slide right under a bathroom vanity and has easy an easy-to-read display. It uses the Fitbit app, and if you’re already tracking your workouts, weight, BMI, lean mass and meals in the app, the Aria will make that easier and fits in seamlessly. You can add eight users to the scale, and if you sync up with friends on Fitbit, you can share your successes. If you’re just doing a regular, nonsynced weigh-in, the numbers on the scale take around 10 seconds to show up, which some reviewers disliked. This is a great scale that was close to the Wyze in overall points. It’s an ideal choice if you enjoy Fitbit products and its app, but if you find the app a bit busy, this might not be for you.

The Fitbit Inspire 2 is the best choice for anyone who wants better clarity and more robust data about their health, fitness and wellness lifestyle.

While the Streambar Pro didn't feature the best sound quality of the soundbars we tested, you would have to spend more than double the price to get something more than nominally better.

An easy-to-use alarm clock without any bells and whistles to get in the way, the DreamSky is simple, durable, and highly readable, and will get you out of bed in the morning with a loud beep that isn't too startling.

Able to wake you gently with lights that gradually brighten to mimic the dawn, the Philips Wake-Up Light HF3520 is a great sunrise alarm clock and one of the best all-around alarm clocks we tested, with intuitive programming, a wide range of alarm tones and a radio.

This hand-crafted set is elegant, sophisticated, ergonomic and super sharp. It includes the four basic knives that a serious home cook needs.

The OXO Brew Pour-Over Coffee Maker is perfect for beginners, as it takes the guesswork out of the pouring process by allowing you to simply fill the water tank to your desired amount and letting it control the flow rate. Just don't expect the coffee to be as robust as with the Kalita.

We'll make this really simple for you: If you want to spend less than $100 on wireless earbuds, you won't find a better pair than the EarFun Air.

Another 5-pound option for kids, this ZonLi weighted blanket will help your little one calm down at the end of a long day. It has small squares that distribute the glass beads inside evenly, so there aren’t any heavy spots. Plus, it has more than 12,000 5-star reviews, so you know your children will love it.