Daily use - comforter, wireless charger, wet brush and backpack. The spinners have been fun. Still using some of the Built NY covers. Several shirts are in the round home pile. A few purchases are in the closet for “later” or tried once or twice then set aside.
I guess favorite goes to the backpack. I love the design. Comfortable and the compartments fit my use.
@mossygreen You don’t need the packaging. You just need to send them pictures. They won’t cover accidental damage but if they’ve broken through normal use they should replace the lids. Worth a try anyway.
@jhinra My machine is in a box “somewhere” after I ran out of pods. I was intending to take it apart to see if it could be modified to be compatible with a different type of capsule, but seeing how I have over a dozen other ways to get my caffeine fix, it’s been a very low priority.
@aetris The reality is you really need two different devices for maximum efficiency. Car and bike tires are high pressure, low volume jobs, and pooltoys are the opposite - low pressure, high volume. Obviously an inflatable type air pump won’t be able to inflate a tire, and a compressor will take forever to blow up a pooltoy, and will also risk damaging the compressor or putting nasty stuff into the toy. For inflatable toys, I really like the EZ Inflate Extreme AC powered air pump, but really any similar unit will do. You want one that comes with a variety of inflation adapters, to suit different air valves.
Out of 72 orders placed there are several that stand out: Dopp Backpack (used it extensively on a trip to France right after I got it and several times travelling since) Martian Watch which I bought 2 different styles of on two different sales.
Several earbuds (like the Echobox Titanium ones recently) and headphones
But the ones I use the most regularly/get the most benefit from are
As far as getting my money’s worth, I would say it’s a tie between the Motif Essential coffee maker and the Ninja Foodie 8qt. The daily nod goes to the coffee maker, but the wife points definitely goes to the Ninja, so I guess that one wins. Though I do get a chuckle that the coffee maker is named “Essential”.
I use my refurb Toshiba Chromebook pretty much everyday and it still works great. Likewise the Panasonic cordless phone set. Last year I hurt my back and the Homedics TENS unit was a lifesaver over my six weeks of recovery.
In 4.5 years I have purchased 47 times on meh (plus a few odd times on morningsave.) Nothing compared to the numbers mentioned above. Scrolling through the list I’m pretty happy overall. Only 1 or 2 total duds. Right now my favorite is the Prima cold brew set. In constant use from spring through fall. And the Aerogarden. Been having a blast watching stuff grow. Never thought you could have too much fresh basil. But you can.
Actually a lot of stuff!
Bidet and Sous Vide circulators - changing the quality of life from two different ends. Using moving water, oddly.
Honorable mention: Food saver, Martian Notifier watch (seriously), Floating leak sirens, Hepa Air filters.
Magformers and those Light up lunchboxes made me a hero to my granddaughters, which is a huge win.
The Fūl hard side luggage got rave reviews from my wife, which is also a win.
@mehcuda67 love my bidet and my sous vide. Don’t think I got either from Meh though… I think I got the bidet from Woot before Meh existed (or at least before I knew it existed)… Have a few sous vide I found through Slickdeals. One I got on clearance at Walmart for $7… Never opened. It’s a back up. I’ve found Sous Vide immersion heaters don’t last long.
Oddly I have had two foodsavers from Meh and never placed an order for one. They both came in Fukus. I used one, always intended to give the other away but never did. Finally after a few years of hard work the first one died… Which is fine because I had a second.