Just wait until this $14 LED backlight for your TV marathons becomes the literal ~light of your life~.
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An LED backlight for your television to not only make the images on the screen ~pop~, but also to reduce eye strain by making the images on the television not quite as starkly bright against the dark of the room.
A sound bar alternative that’ll help you get the most out of your TV’s speakers for a whoooole lot less — you place the two “turboscoops” directly under your speakers, and once they’re easily installed, it helps funnel the sound, making dialogue clearer and background noises crisper.
A handy size-adjustable sofa cup holder so you can drink your beverages without your couch cushions living in mortal peril of you full-body reacting every time you see Baby Yoda on screen.
Or a flexible couch tray that can hold a full plate, because honestly, is there a moodier mood than having a freshly-baked oven pizza as your date for movie night? You can either drape this over the arm of the couch for a small tray, or lay it flat out on a cushion as a larger one.
A Rosebud Motel mug so you can rewatch Schitt’s Creek while properly sustained by whatever it is our dear friend Twyla is calling coffee today.
A screen cleaning kit to clear up all the grime on your television you’ve probably just learned to coexist with by now — a few healthy swipes of this and suddenly the screen will be so clear again it’ll feel like seeing another dimension.
A pair of comfy Bluetooth headphones if you’re streaming in bed or in a common space where you don’t want to disturb your roommates or family members — this way you can watch however long you want without your ears getting sore.
A collapsible microwave popcorn maker that doubles as a serving bowl, so you can have buttery sustenance as you fall into a Marvel movie marathon hole so deep it probably doesn’t have a bottom.
*Plus* a cult-favorite ~secret~ popcorn salt that anyone in the movie theater industry will tell you is a perfect dupe for that oh-so-savory buttery goodness you love to inhale before the previews begin. Not to be dramatic about popcorn on main, but this stuff is game-changing.
A 24-pack of face masks made with vitamin E and collagen to give your cheeks the kind of post-mask glo up that’ll put you in full spa mode as you sink further and further into a Black Mirror abyss.
An assortment of international snacks so you can take an entire delicious trip around the globe watching Zac Efron’s travel show without ever leaving the living room.
A “sip and binge” wine glass you can get themed to some of the most iconic and most marathon-worthy shows of all, from Grey’s Anatomy to Parks & Rec to Gilmore Girls.
And a bottle of Drop It, a natural wine sulfate and tannin remover that works its magic on your glass in just 20 seconds, so you can pour yourself a glass of Olivia Pope’s pinot knowing you’ve spared yourself the infamous Post-Wine Headache or allergic reactions post-Scandal binge.
A remote organizer so you never again have to delay a much-deserved Friday night Netflix blackhole because you’re diving into every corner of your couch looking for one of ’em.
Plus an Apple remote case that yes, is technically meant to protect it, but will also deeply improve your life and times by making that itty bitty baby remote *that* much harder to lose.
An “I Burn For You” candle to set the mood for your next Bridgerton marathon — perfect for anyone who still holds a flame for this couple that will never go out.
An adjustable neck mount for your phone so you can fully zone out while you’re streaming content on your phone without worrying about adjusting it every time it slides off your pillow.
Or a tablet and phone stand with a clip you can mount to the edges of tables and counters, so you can get your Netflix on without compromising whatever position happens to be the coziest.
*Plus* pair of horizontal glasses, because not being able to watch Netflix and starfish on your bed simultaneously feels like a scam. Now you can out-scam it.
A lightweight heating and cooling gel eye mask for relief from mild headaches or allergies that might be distracting your precious viewing time — this version is especially nice because it won’t obscure your field of vision.
A bottle of Dr Teal’s soothing Epsom salt for anyone who likes to “Netflix and fill ……… the bath up all the way to the brim and forget the real world exists.”
Plus a wine caddy for the bath tub, because honestly, anyone who is marathoning Shadow & Bone in a dimly lit bath is gonna *need* it.
A set of Monkey Noodles, a quiet sensory toy that stretches, pulls, twirls, wraps, *and* squeezes, so you can fidget during Netflix marathons without any of your family members being like, “If you tap your foot on the floor ONE MORE TIME, I’ll turn this entire Selling Sunset car around!!”
Or a jar of similarly quiet stress relief therapy dough, because Play-Doh isn’t *just* for kids — in fact, with the grown-up version, you can customize the color and scent to boot.
A mug warmer to keep coffee piping hot long after it’s brewed, so you never have to pause a crucial scene just to prevent yourself from sucking down lukewarm bean juice.
A tin of cocktail sugar or salt for the rims of your at-home movie-watching cocktails — bonus if you ~theme~ them to this week’s pick!
A pair of very popular, absurdly cozy cuffed joggers made with a buttery soft fabric you can stay lounge in through all bajillion seasons of Grey’s Anatomy without overheating.
A movie and TV show tracker printable so anytime someone asks, “Hey, do you have any good movie recs?” you can quite literally lick your thumb like an old time-y professor and be like, “Let me check my files.” You’ll be the Go-To Movie Rec Human in your squad in no time.
A pair of blue-light-blocking glasses to help defend your eyeballs against the strain of constantly testing your ability to stay up past 3 a.m. watching the same episodes of Scrubs you’ve already seen 18 times.
A quarantine-themed Schitt’s Creek coloring book download for anyone whose season seven marathon is feeling ~a little bit Alexis~.
An insulated soundproofing strip that easily sticks to the outer rims of your door so can turn up all those Lord of the Rings battles scenes without every single person in your house glaring at you like the eye of Sauron.
A ridiculously cute microwaveable stuffed animal that doubles as a heating pad, so you’ll always have a cuddly viewing companion even when your fam is too cowardly to watch the It movie with you with all the lights off. These bubs are also lavender-scented, which may help with anxiety or insomnia if you need a soothing way to calm down.
A truly iconic food blanket for a ~themed~ movie night to help bridge that gap between “can’t wait to spend all weekend watching Netflix” to “I take a nap right here” with comfort and style.
A pair of game-changing memory foam slippers to keep your toesies all snuggly and warm without overheating them on movie night. Bonus — these are good for indoor *and* outdoor use, so if you have to hit pause to let the dog out, you don’t even have to swap out your kicks.
You explaining to your family why you needed six themed wine glasses:
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