We Found Our Favorite Small-Space Vacuum Hiding in QVC’s Black Friday Sale Section
Along with a $180 espresso maker.
Published Nov 20, 2023 1:15 AM
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If your only experience with QVC is putting it on as background noise in a hotel room, then we must tell you: You’re doing it wrong. The shopping network also has a well-stocked e-commerce site where all of those deals live, including major discounts for Black Friday. When you tell friends and family you scored a Dyson vacuum for $200 off, you can say you went the extra mile to call in—they don’t have to know you simply clicked “add to cart.” To help you navigate what might be uncharted territory, we rounded up 10 hidden gems hanging out in QVC’s sale section.
Only have a narrow linen closet to stash your vacuum? This is our favorite Dyson product for small spaces. It’s lighter than the V15 model but feels nearly as powerful when you’re maneuvering into hard-to-reach nooks and crannies.
Give the gift of doing fewer chores around the house with a robo vac. There truly is very little extra work involved with this one: The dirt disposal bag holds up to 60 days’ worth of debris, the filter captures up to 99 percent of dog and cat allergens, and it can run for more than 100 minutes on a single charge.
Set a newbie cook (or two) on the right path with a tool that does it all—and by all we mean braises, sears, steams, strains, sautés, fries, boils, bakes, serves, and roasts.
It’s no secret that designers can’t stand TVs, but knowing they’re a necessary evil, we’re all for hiding them in plain sight. The simplest way to deceive others is with a Frame TV that’ll display hyperrealistic artwork on its screen when not in use.
Samantha Weiss-Hills, Domino’s managing shopping editor, swears by this dual-function tool for its slim shape and low-maintenance ways (you can go at least two years without buying a new pack of filters).
Call it no-brainer math or just plain savvy, but spending $180 on a fancy coffee maker so you can skip Starbucks runs automatically sounds like it’ll pay off quickly.
There is a sense of instant gratification that comes with capturing a memory on a teeny-tiny print that you can’t quite achieve with the camera on your phone.
If recipe developer, cookbook author, and seasoned baker Claire Saffitz can’t live without this mixer, then neither can you. (Psst: She owns it in white.)
Speaking of pro-approved products: A Cozy Kitchen blogger and cook Adrianna Adarme once told us that a Vitamix is a great investment for your kitchen. “It makes the best soups, purees, and smoothies, and the motor is long-lasting,” she claimed.
Those living in a dorm room or a studio apartment lacking in refrigeration deserve this little luxury.