With the design of holding seat belt down in stead of lifting up of regular booster, Mifold is the most advanced compact and portable booster seat for the safety of children at the age of 4 to 12. Its size is 10 times smaller than a regular booster. Additionally, Mifold is one of the most safety car gadgets. With such design, you can feel comfortable, safe and easy to use.
Every week, we scour the city to find the best bars our capital has to offer. Whether you’re a cocktail kind of guy, or a man who enjoys a decent draft beer, there’s a GQ-worthy drinking spot to suit every taste.
Price: $25.00 When you have a traditional house party, you will run into a problem. It’s typically a good problem to have but, nonetheless, it is still a problem. That problem is not being able to find a game that can keep the entire party involved and happy is tough. Beer pong? Yeah, typically only…
Lacoste’s Crocodile is one of fashion’s most recognizable icons. It takes a backseat in the Lacoste Save Our Species Collection. Replacing it on the left chest of these white polos is a series of critically endangered species from across the globe. From the Burmese Roofed Turtle to the California Condor, each one is limited to the remaining population size — as few as thirty, in the case of the Vaquita porpoise — and proceeds from their sale will go to help IUCN’s Save Our Species wildlife conservation program.
En español | Sometimes you just want to push a button to make a problem go away. Increasingly, you can! Technology companies are moving past creating products that are smart and leading edge and focusing on what matters most: being useful. We set out to find tech products that do just that—solve real problems. Here’s a selection.
With the headphone jack quickly disappearing from phones, wireless headphones are a must. The Happy Plugs Earpiece Wireless is the prettiest pair around. It works for calls and music and when not in use she can knot it around her neck like a piece of jewelry. For more, check out our roundup of Best Wireless Headphones.
Because now Alexa can actually show you how to do things instead of just telling you! Watch your video flash briefings, listen to music or watch videos, enjoy hands free face-to-face calling, hook it up to your home security cameras or monitoring systems and simply ask Alexa to “show you the front door” to see who’s there. It can basically do everything that your first echo could do, but now way more!
Ahhh, a sauna that I don’t have to share with half a dozen other sprawled out and sweaty dudes at the gym (dudes who, counterintuitively to the entire point of a sauna, insist on playing games and music on their phones…
To gather a list of what is truly necessary for the modern man, we pulled our collective resources — Gear Patrol co-founder Eric Yang, staff writers, contributors and steadfast friends like Jeff Carvalho, partner and executive editor at Highsnobiety. We asked them to limit their choices to 20 essentials — those pieces that truly make a substantive improvement in everyday life. The resultant list is full of globetrotting gadgets like power banks and compact cameras, as well as more stable fixtures for the home, such as 4K TVs and home speakers; no matter which of the bunch calls to you, there’s something sure to make your life better.
Have you ever been to a local restaurant with amazing menu boards? Maybe a man in your life has talked about a lighted sign at his friends’ place. Well, the Woodsam LED Message Board is one cool board. It comes with remote controlled color options (for those fun days of goofing around), color markers, cloth wipes, and an external adapter cord. Although usually found in a restaurant or bar, this light-weight board is perfect for teachers, home signs, or offices and is easy to use right out of the box.
There are a boatload of companies offering firewalls to stand between your home network and the evil outsiders who want to compromise your security. At least this one’s cute and relatively inexpensive.
If you’re looking for a way both to obstruct 90% of the view out of your back windshield and provide a beacon to po searching for cars to pull over, I am pleased to offer you one of AGPtek’s bumpin’ & grindin’, sound…
Who doesn’t want to go a little retro from time to time? In a sea of digital cameras out there where all your pictures live on (forever…thanks ‘Cloud!’) it’s a nice change of pace to bring it back to the good-old-days and take some pictures with an instant camera. Today many of these cameras give […]
Breathalyzers are fine, but the Skyn band tracks your blood-alcohol content in real time and proves to you that you’re a lightweight. I’m not sure you could read that screen after a few too many, though.
Motion sensor trash cans that open with the wave of a hand aren’t new. But companies are updating their features. The Simplehuman can ($200) uses infrared technology to sense a hand. Also, the bin recognizes commands such as “Open can.” The lid won’t close until all debris is tossed in. Another option (not pictured): The Nine Stars DZT-50-28 ($90) opens with a hand wave, then closes automatically a few seconds later.
Either the Baby Shusher shhhhhhh-ing machine is a Nobel Prize-caliber invention, or the baby in that video learned in the womb how to be an Oscar-caliber actor. Arrrgh, that sound, that wailing. I can’t think of a noise…
One to use on home soil rather than abroad (where you’d be at the mercy of roaming charges), this will keep the whole family entertained on long car journeys without using up your internet data. EE’s Buzzard 2 provides in-car 4G wi-fi – which up to 10 devices can connect to. The Buzzard 2 comes with either 6GB or 24GB of data (the latter currently costs £99 on Amazon). Before you set off on your journey, you’ll need to register the sim, but then you’re good to go. Useful if you want to keep the kids busy watching an online film or use your smartphone as a satnav.
Your toilet seat— yes, your toilet seat —can light the way. And give you a warm feeling, too. The LumaWarm Heated Nightlight Toilet Seat ($160) has a blue night-light that illuminates the bowl; its seat warmer has three settings for optimum comfort. Another option (not pictured): If you don’t want to install a tricked out toilet seat, consider the IllumiBowl Toilet Nightlight ($13), which clips onto the side of the toilet and is motion activated.
Yunmai FDA-Listed Bluetooth 4.0 Smart Scale & Body Fat Monitor – 10 Precision Body Composition Measurements – Body Fat, BMI & More. Step on the scale, and within seconds it takes 10 dierent essential health measurements, giving you comprehensive data about your health.
Handmade in San Francisco, the Lucnt SRL1 is a bike light that makes the roads safer for everyone. The light functions more like a car tail light and connects to your bike using magnets. It uses multiple sensors to determine when you’re slowing down or speeding up and automatically brightens when you brake and turns off when the bike is sitting still. The SRL1 is the size of a thumb drive and provides 20 hours of use on a single hour of charging via http://vnreporter.com/news/overstock-clearance-sale-company-stockclearanceguru-celebrates-successful-launch/0052164/ adorable heat-based, color-changing mug is an awesome gift for any man in your life. It is just a fun way to brighten his day – every day. With a cold beverage, the mug appears to be sleeping. Then, as heat is added, the black disappears making way for the cheery yellow happy face. One thing we have all experienced is sipping too-hot or too-cold coffee. The Chuzy Chef Heat changing mug tells you the temperature, just by looking at it.
The Bigwig: If you already have a Gmail account, a Pixel smartphone, and/or Chromecast, you’d benefit from picking up Google’s home device. Not only will you be able to tap into their absurdly vast network of information (everything from Play to Maps), but you can sync all your other Google stuff and access it from the device.
A Digital Highlighter For The 21st Century The digital highlighter is an invention designed with obsessive note takers in mind. Whether you’re in college, or you remember what that was like, taking notes by hand had the distinct drawback of creating double the work…
Sometimes we couldn’t be any grateful for technology and, well, this is one of those times. We never take for granted how cool and convenient it is to be able to listen to our music from our phone to our wireless bluetooth speaker. There are a ton of options out there and it can […]
Other useful household tech and gadgets are our digital food thermometer and kitchen appliance range. Serious chefs know that getting the temperature of roast joints or cake can be the difference between success and failure. This electronic gadget will help you probe the food and get an accurate digital readout.
In an effort to make the personal safety device more discreet, Stiletto Charms mimic the aesthetic of modern jewelry. They can complement virtually any outfit but secretly manage a variety of functionalities. Using the Stiletto mobile app, users can create an emergency profile, set up emergency contacts, plan a route and check the device’s battery level. Besides contacting friends and family members, Stiletto Charms can also reach 911 dispatches in the U.S.—and they even have a voice-assisted alert system to communicate when the user might not be able to speak.
The co-founder of this metronome and light system was a former insomniac who understands the frustrations of being unable to fall asleep. The device, which has two different timed modes, projects a soft blue light onto the ceiling and has you synchronize your breathing with the light pulses.
Whether you’re attending Fashion Week, or camping in the wilderness, this charger will hook you up. It’s smaller than a deck of cards and as light as a baseball, but can charge a phone over three times.