Best Stocking Fillers Gifts

We list the best stocking fillers gifts as chosen by critics from The New York Times, The Guardian, Washington Post and many more. All products listed have at least a 4 out of 5-star customer rating, so you know you always buy a fabulous stocking filler.

4.6 The Neighborgoods Towels

The Neighborgoods Kitchen Flour Sack Towel

Washington Post

“Punny, two-pocket aprons in a sturdy poly-cotton blend and flour sack cotton dish towels with seasonal and practical prints are useful and cute, while a button four-pack with clever graphics makes the perfect stocking-stuffer.”

Featured in The Washington Post’s 2017 Best Gift Guide.

$18
4.4 Lamy Fountain Pen

Lamy Safari Fountain Pen

New York Times

“Most fountain pens are expensive, flowery or require special ink. But the Lamy Safari is simple, easy to use and perfect for anyone who still loves setting pen to paper.”

Featured in New York Times’ 2017 Gift Guide.

$25
4.3 Rhodia Notebooks

Rhodia Staplebound Graph Notebook

New York Times

“The Rhodia notebooks are a step above many other notebooks thanks to their smooth paper, which works well with almost any writing tool (including fountain pens).”

Featured in New York Times’ 2017 Gift Guide.

$5
4.8 Finum Brewing Basket

Finum Tea Brewing Basket

New York Times

“The Finum Brewing Basket lets loose leaf tea brewers use almost any vessel to steep leaves. Its large size and fine weave means tea has plenty of space to expand, water flows in easily and it won’t collect gunk at the bottom of a cup.”

Featured in New York Times’ 2017 Gift Guide.

$14
4.6 Eagle Creek Cube Set

Eagle Creek Pack It Cube 3pc Set

New York Times

“Eagle Creek’s Pack-It Original cubes are simply better constructed, easier to pack and nicer looking than any of the other packing cubes I’ve tried.”

Featured in New York Times’ 2017 Gift Guide.

$22
4.1 Faceshop Mask Sheets

The Face Shop Facial Mask Sheets (15 Treatments)

New York Times

“These Facial Mask Sheets are tissue thin and soaked in moisturizing serum. Reviewers say they leave their skin softer than the competition.”

Featured in New York Times’ 2017 Gift Guide.

$14