As product managers and product owners, the products we look after are fundamental to our work: they shape our day-to-day activities and determine our responsibilities. We create a product strategy and product roadmap; we manage the product backlog and use minimum viable products and product increments. But what is a product? While this seems a trivial question, I have met several organisations with a understanding of what a digital product is. This can cause confusion, lead to unclear roles and responsibilities, and result in applying the wrong product management practices. This post discusses what a product really is and how it differs from features, components, bundles, and the user experience.