Wirecutter's Most Popular Picks in September
September was a month to remember. Many readers stocked up on yoga mats, mosquito-control gear, and luggage. Others gathered supplies for their kids, who were heading back to school. And some even grabbed cameras, perhaps to capture memories of fun in the sun. Whatever they chose, we hope that our picks have helped to make the most of the transition to autumn.
If you’re viewing this article on a desktop, start from the top left to find the most popular pick, and then move one spot to the right to find the second most popular. Once you’ve made it across, start on the left again in the following row—the top 100 are listed in descending order. If you’re on mobile or a tablet, the list should appear in order from top (most popular) to bottom.
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