Some cities remain open, while others are being shut down again due to COVID-19 surges. Either way, it still isn't 100% safe to go galavanting around town like nothing ever happened. So, if you're still spending the majority of your time at home, you might as well buy yourself some stuff that'll add ajoy to your quarantine life.
Here are some things to keep you company as you continue to stay at home:
Fluidstance's Fillup Water Tower
A sleek and minimalist device that'll help you stay hydrated throughout the day. Fillup is a personal water tower that holds 70 ounces of water—the amount most people need for 24 hours. It can be used anywhere—your home office, nightstand, in the kitchen, etc. It's a great way to keep track of how much you're drinking, as well as a way to not have to get up to get more water. Choose from three colors: midnight, classic white, and stainless steel.
Buy it here for $124.
Fluance's RT81 Turntable
There's no better time to dust off the old records and introduce your kids to a real-life turntable than quarantine 2020. Fluance's RT81 is a high-fidelity turntable that offers excellent sound, free of noise and distortion. It includes an Audio Technica AT95E Cartridge and can play traditional LP and EP vinyl albums. Choose from two finishes: walnut and black. You need speakers to experience RT81's awesomeness, which you may or may not already have. If you don't, check out Fluance's high performance powered bookshelf speakers.
Buy the RT81 Turntable here for $250.
Nanoleaf Light Panels
Add some light to your home with Nanoleaf's modular LED smart lighting panels. The new hexagon shapes make for cool combinations and designs. You can set scenes with different colors and brightness, set the panels to dance to your favorite music, and assign the panels to work with your smart home devices.
Buy a 9-panel kit here for $200.
Anything from Society6
Society6 has wall art, home decor, bedding, tech accessories, apparel, bags, beach towels, mugs, yoga mats, and more—all designed by independent artists all over the world. The stuff is super cool, with so many design options. It's all inexpensive and will instantly spice up your living space. They even have face masks.
Dylan's Candy Bar Nostalgia Gift Bucket
Sometimes you just need a 3 pound bucket of candy from your childhood shipped directly to your door. Dylan's Candy Bar has a retro candy gift box, and you know you want it. In it you'll find Abba-Zaba, Sugar Babies, Charleston Chews, Razzles, Pop Rocks, Fruit Stripe Gum, Nostalgia Hershey Bar, Smarties, 5th Avenue Bar, Chick-O-Stick, LOOK Bar, Candy Necklace, Satellite Wafers, AstroPop, Baby Ruth, and more.
Buy it here for $75.
iOttie's Ion Wireless Charging Stand
Chances are, your phone usage is up by a million percent since quarantine began. If that's the case, then iOttie's Ion Wireless Charging Stand by become your new best friend. You can watch endless hours of stuff on your phone without needing to hold it or recharge it. It's the perfect way to literally sit back and do nothing.
Buy it here for $30.
HERstory Apparel tank top
HERstory Apparel offers tank tops, t-shirts, sweatshirts, and trucker hats with empowering messages for women, men, kids, toddlers, and babies—ones that "honor the trailblazing women of the past, inspire the amazing women of today and ignite a future generation of girls through history and fashion." They're a great way to portray on the outside how you're feeling on the inside.
Buy them here.
When you do leave the house, it's important to keep those hands clean. Suds2Go is a dual purpose water bottle and hand washing system. It dispenses foam soap and a controlled stream of water to wash your hands. Washing your hands with water and soap always feels like a much cleaner solution than hand sanitizer. You'll just need to BYOT (bring your own towel).
Buy it here for $37.
CASETiFY Phone Case
CASETiFY has hundreds of really fun phone case designs to choose from, including this case that exudes a Saved by the Bell vibe. The cases are alarmingly durable—you just have to deal with the difficult task of narrowing down the design you want.
Buy it here starting at $30.
Molekule Air Mini
Since you're spending so much time at home during this pandemic, you might as well keep your air as clean as possible. You can do that with Molekule Air Mini, a small air purifier that destroys pollutants in rooms up to 250 sq. ft. Molekule uses Photo Electrochemical Oxidation (PECO) to break down pollutants at a molecular level, including bacteria, mold, viruses, allergens, and VOCs.
Buy it here for $399.
Edifier Wireless Earphones
Treat yourself to a nice pair of inexpensive wireless earphones to make your workouts, Zoom calls, podcasts, or time away from the kids more enjoyable. Edifier's new wireless earphones (available in black or white) feature cVc noise reduction. They can last up to 8 hours on a single charge, and the charging case can last up to 32 hours.
Buy them here for $40.
Earrings from Studs
You probably aren't going anywhere fancy these days, but if you feel like dressing up your lounge-around-the-house clothes, check out the new Hoopla line on the Studs website. If tiny, unique studs are more your speed than hoops, the company sells those as well. Buy them here by the single or pair.
Scosche's Magic Grip Car Mount
Even though you probably aren't driving as much as you were pre-COVID, your car could still use a fancy shmancy mount for your phone. Scosche's Magic Grip Vent Mount uses Qi wireless charging to charge your phone while it's mounted. The company sells several options, but this one in particular hooks to the vent so you don't have to stick it to the dashboard.
Buy it here for $69.95.
Scosche's ReVolt Home Charger
Perfect for your home office, the ReVolt Home Charger from Scosche charges phones and tablets to a full battery in 35 minutes—that's four times faster than regular phone chargers. And with all the working from home, scrolling through Instagram, taking pictures of your kids, etc, a fast charge is a great thing. Warning: It isn't compatible with iPhones.
Buy it here for $20.