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Wirecutter’s 5 Most Popular Picks in June 2020

Mosquitoes are on the offensive, but Wirecutter readers are fighting back: Our top pick for the best mosquito control gear was the most-purchased pick in June, and our favorite insect repellents weren’t far behind. Of course, with summer bugs come summer heat, and predictably, our top-pick window fans, room fans, window air conditioners, and portable air conditioners were all on last month’s top 20 list.

Resistance bands for at-home workouts were once again a popular choice for readers looking for gym alternatives, and nonstick pans and air purifiers remain perennially popular. Also popular last month: webcams, office chairs, bathroom scales, handheld vacuums, gas grills, garden hoses, and bike locks.

Read the top picks Wirecutter readers purchased in June here.

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December 3, 2023

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Wirecutter’s mission is to recommend what really matters. Each year, we independently test and review thousands of products to help you find just what you need. Our goal is to save you time and eliminate the stress of shopping, whether you’re looking for everyday gear or gifts for loved ones.

We strive to be the most trusted product recommendation service around, and we work with total editorial independence. We won’t post a recommendation unless our writers and editors have deemed something the best through rigorous reporting and testing.

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