The September 2012 O List
A few things for the home that we think are just great!
O, The Oprah Magazine |
August 09, 2012
If you like to drink from a water bottle but want to add ice or lemon, twist the body of this BPA-free container.
$9 each | copco.com
A sliding ring makes this whisk omelet-ready.
$18 each | gretelhome.com
A family-owned microdistillery makes this exquisite vodka from pure honey, not potatoes or grains
$33 | drinkupny.com
Need a boost? Drop these tabs into your water—they deliver electrolytes without sugar and are less than eight calories a serving.
$24 for a four-pack | Nuun.com
Keep travel essentials from becoming a tangled mess with this organizer that has customizable elastic straps.
$20 each | CocoonBags.com
What do you get when you cross a lollipop with a pie? Homemade heaven on a stick, portion control included.
$30 for one dozen | TinyPies.com
This small but powerful humidifier runs for up to 18 hours, looking whimsically modern all the while.
$250 | Broksonic.com
No trees were harmed in the construction of these books: They're made from recycled paper and printed with soy ink.
$8 to $10 each | BookBinders.com
Split, pit, slice, and scoop avocados, all with this handy little device. Here's hoping OXO tackles artichokes next!
$10 | oxo.com
Frequent travelers—and gym-skippers—now have no excuse for skipping
exercise: This rubber resistance band provides a full-body workout (it
comes with a DVD) and takes up less room than sneakers.
$20 | Target.com
Lose the old-school measuring spoons: These sleek beakers are made especially for portioning small amounts.
$10 | oxo.com
Diaper duty just got a whole lot easier—on the eyes, anyway—with this eco-friendly steel pail that has rubber seals to lock in odors.
$80 | UbbiWorld.com
Printed from Oprah.com on Friday, March 7, 2014
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