Good Housekeeping's 2011 VIP Winners


Goody Spin Pin

Price: $6 for 2; Click here to find the pins

Long-haired testers found these pins very helpful. "These simple corkscrew pins held updo styles more securely and elegantly than twice as many bobby pins," says GHRI Beauty Lab chemist Charmaine Gillespie. Testers raved that these mane tamers were invisible when anchored in hair and, unlike elastics, didn't leave dents.

Apple iPad with Wi-Fi +3G

Price: $629; Click here to learn more out the product

The iPad is one of the great hits of the last year. Part of its genius, aside from speedy Web browsing, elegant e-reading, stunning video display, and crystal-clear sound, is the ease with which it can be used. The iPad is comfortable thanks to its light weight, convenient size, and touch screen.

Coleman Instant Tent

Price: $200; Click here to learn more about the tent Coleman Instant Tent

Good Housekeeing testers were able to set up this roomy eight-person tent in under three minutes; dismantling took just 10. "I was amazed at the ease with which it went up on my family's very windy camping trip," says Kathleen Huddy, GHRI textiles director. "And having two rooms is great for separating kids from adults — or your gear from you."

You can read about the rest of the VIP products in the February issue of "Good Housekeeping" magazine and get more information at

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