The Weirdest Internet-Connected Products on Amazon

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February 28, 2023

Amazon can be a strange place sometimes—you can find almost anything you want there. But there’s also some bizarre stuff you’d never even consider buying unless you saw it there. In our top story, Andrew does a deep dive into all the weirdest internet-connected products you can buy from the world’s largest online retailer. Check it out to see if you need something you never thought of before.

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