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There’s nothing tougher for folks with hand troubles than trying to open a jar that even Hercules couldn’t budge. How many times has that happened to you? You’ve tried everything: Run the lid under hot water… Tap it on the counter… Pry it with a bottle opener… Swear…

Binocktails Secret Flask Paddle Bev Brush is the best brush you could have! its fun cool and yet with a simple design! Mirror at the back and a secret flask inside. Now you can smuggle liquid into anywhere you can think of!

It’s not a real product yet, but Fove can plant the flag as the first company to have a usable VR headset with eye-tracking built in. Given how imprecise VR interfaces can be and how much data eye tracking can gather to inform how scenes render, the technology is a hot area for development.

Prospects: It’s a concept, part of a larger Concept 2020 display that includes a nifty 3-D landscape visualization. But one concern for autonomous vehicles is how to translate what the vehicle is doing without a human at the controls. ZF’s approach to summarize how safe you are with a basic graphic is simple, and its video-game-like visuals make it even more palatable to passengers who want to know what’s happening at a moment’s notice.

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The folding wallet credit card knife was designed for survival situations only. However as it has now became popular we use it for almost anythingto the point where some people think its a good idea to take these on a plane…

Brush teeth, kill monsters, prevent cavities. Wait, go back one. The Magik smart toothbrush uses computer vision technology, motion tracking and your phone’s front-facing camera to power an augmented reality gaming app. Sounds like fun.

What it does: Not only a food processor, this nifty machine weighs, cooks, chops, crushes, emulsifies, whips, mixes, steams, blends, kneads, grinds, simmers, grates and mills. Designed by Vorwerk it’s the ultimate in German engineering with touch controls that monitor weighing scales and set heat needs instantly – but it will also sit comfortably on any counter top without demanding too much space. Serves up perfect stews, sauces, soups and jams.

What it does: Whether you’re a convert to the ‘spiralising’ food revolution or simply want the perfect gadget to cut time from peeling, spiralling or shredding, check out this smart gadget, featuring three cutting blades and a one-touch operation. The innovative accessories also fit snugly inside the tunnel-shaped electric peeler.

Your Butter Spreading Troubles Are Over Most people keep their butter refrigerated, which is great for preserving it, but not so great for spreading it. Instead of the butter spreading evenly over toast or bagels, it stays in one spot, stubbornly clinging to the…

Make no mistake – this is a premium handset at a premium price. But according to Gareth: “Samsung has managed to find some impressive innovation at a time when there’s very little to be found in smartphones.”

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Why you need it: There’s a button on the handle for memorising the maximum and minimum temperatures from its last use – with accuracy to the nearest tenth of a degree. The product to end guesswork about when dinner is done.

These LED lights are perfect! Can’t have enough! Just the right amount of brightness and I love how they go and off on their own, as needed. I now have these lights in our bathrooms, bedrooms and in the kitchen. Great seller, too! Will order again from this seller, anytime!

One more thing to remember is that geeky gadgets can give rise to technical questions before sales. As a good seller, you should answer your customer’s questions promptly. To help you do this it is a good idea to get samples of what you are selling. Then you can familiarize yourself with the new technology.

Many smart robotic toys are designed with education in mind. But My Special Aflac Duck has a very different but nonetheless important job: The interactive toy, developed by research and development workshop Sproutel, was created to provide comfort to children diagnosed with cancer.

A discussion arose at the Plymouth meeting of the Devonshire Association in 1916 when it was suggested that this word should be recorded in the list of local verbal provincialisms. Several members dissented from its inclusion on the ground that it is in common use throughout the country; and a naval officer who was present said that it has for years been a popular expression in the service for a tool or implement, the exact name of which is unknown or has for the moment been forgotten. I have also frequently heard it applied by motor-cycle friends to the collection of fitments to be seen on motor cycles. ‘His handle-bars are smothered in gadgets’ refers to such things as speedometers, mirrors, levers, badges, mascots, &c., attached to the steering handles. The ‘jigger’ or short-rest used in billiards is also often called a ‘gadget’; and the name has been applied by local platelayers to the ‘gauge’ used to test the accuracy of their work. In fact, to borrow from present-day Army slang, ‘gadget’ is applied to ‘any old thing.'[3]

Apple has managed to knock itself off the top spot for best smartwatch with the excellent Apple Watch 3. It will look very familiar to anyone who has the Apple Watch 2, as it’s basically the same frame with different innards, but those innards make all the difference. 

Debussy’s Nathaniel headphones are 4G-enabled, so you don’t need to connect it to a phone or computer to play music. Instead, you control it through these LCD screens. They’re only in prototype phase at the moment, but that velvet sure is real. 

When it comes to modern day homes, many of us would like to see our humble abodes be more connected and are technologically advanced than ever before. Our forefathers had to make use of charcoal stoves, while we revel in flameless induction cookers in this day and age. Back in the day, a kerosene la…

Not horribly expensive compared to others, but are amazing and extremely durable. The cable wire accidentally got caught in my car door and was dragged on the street for miles, but still work perfectly, not to mention I’ve had them for over four years. Definitely worth the money; I recommend to everyone! —rachelm4ee83c544

Want to annoy somebody have fun at the same time? The this Airzooka air cannon toy is perfect for you! Cheap, cool, fun, annoying and totally harmless! As i always say imagination is the limit and its uncoutable cool and fun things you can do with this cool toy gun! Not to mention it makes for a perfect cheap gift.

Kohler’s signature line of high-tech showers now has an app. Kohler Konnect lets you set your shower to a specific water temperature and flow rate as well as control music and lighting with voice commands. 

This underwater drone can submerge up to 98 feet (30 meters) and records 4K video streamed to your phone, which you use to navigate. Not impressed? OK, with its add-on Fishfinder sonar it can detect fish up to 131 feet (40 meters) away and and lures them with a blue light. Still not wowed? PowerVision will be offering VR goggles that allow you to robot around by tilting your head.

Boldly cut pizza where no man has cut before! Here’s a gadget for all of the Trekkies out there. It’s a metal pizza cutter that’s in the shape of the infmaous NCC-1701 Enterprise ship from the original Star Trek series. It’s an officially licensed Star Trek…

L’Oréal’s UV Sense is a tiny sensor capable of detecting ultraviolet exposure that’s small enough to wear comfortably on your fingernail. The sensor itself is battery-free and includes an NFC antenna, a temperature sensor, and a UV sensor.

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