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Rather than overwhelm you with a flood of features you might not need, Whirlpool has shown some restraint with its smart fridge. Marinating meat? The screen will tell you how long to cook your particular cut and ask if you want to set a timer. Cleaning the fridge? Whirlpool will suspend cooling to save energy and shut off the door alarm.
Nostalgia and modern design collide with an, erm, pop for Polaroid’s latest camera, a quirky 20MP handheld device that prints three by four inch full-colour snaps with Zero Ink technology and has Micro SD storage up to 128GB. It features a four-inch LCD touchscreen, wi-fi, Bluetooth, 1080p video recording, edit functions and GIF capability – all in time for Polaroid’s 80th anniversary.
There’s nothing worse than running out of battery and being stuck with a dead phone. That’s where Mighty Purse comes in. This company makes wristlets, clutches, purses, and tote bags with battery packs insider for quickly charging any phone on the go. You can choose from tons of fun colors and styles. We tested a wallet and wristlet from Mighty Purse, and we loved them.
On your “most wanted” list of kitchen tools and gadgets are likely potato mashers, can openers and food thermometers. Williams-Sonoma has a fine assortment of each, as well as colanders, strainers, food mills and splatter screens. Make a delicious fruit salad using your apple corer, melon scoop and slicers for strawberries and pineapples. Add healthy fresh vegetables to your meals with a spiralizer, greens stripper and steamers. For savory meats, poultry and seafood, let a burger press, tenderizer, poultry sheers or roast lifters lend a hand.
Let us take you on a journey of the world. Each issue of the Gear Patrol Magazine comes packed with adventures, guides and stories exclusive to the magazine. Stunningly designed, printed on high quality stock and ready for your coffee table. Subscribers received 15% off the GEAR PATROL STORE. Biannual. $35.
Leonardo Da Vinci Catapult Kit… If you love assembling cool things that are fun to play with and challenge your mind, then you’ve likely got a room full of model cars, bottle ships, and intriguing kites you’ve already put together with patient, busy hands. How about…
Huh. Not sure how Buddha would feel about people co-opting his peaceful name and beads of spiritual exploration and meditation to make a necklace for whacking an attacker upside the head. But I can kind of see where Phoenix…
There’s nothing better than snuggling up with a good book when it gets cold outside. Amazon’s entire lineup of e-readers is wonderful, but the Kindle Oasis is my favorite of all. This is the Rolls Royce of e-readers, and she’d never buy it for herself, so go on, splurge a little.
Make Espressos Anywhere, Anytime If you love great coffee and spend a lot of time in your car, then you need the Handpresso. With this easy to use portable espresso machine, can enjoy a gourmet cup of espresso almost anywhere. Efficient Pods The Handpresso works…
Speaking of cameras…This is either the prettiest or ugliest camera bag you’ve ever seen, depending on how you feel about black feathers and red velvet. But for the goth girl in all of us Marc Jacobs made this small camera bag. And it’s the perfect gift for your friend with an affinity for black lipstick and hi-tech lens power. You can find it on one of my favorite online clothing destinations Shopbop for a cool $495.
The makeup master has developed a battery-free wearable that measures UV exposure. At only 2mm thick and 9mm in diameter, the tiny electronic sensor can be worn on a fingernail or pair of sunglasses and, via an app, will give you warnings about sun exposure.
Just when we thought we couldn’t wireless technology any than we do.  If you’re like us, you’re sick of worrying about what’s happening inside and outside of your house when you’re not there.  Who’s lurking around the backyard or who’s the jerk who’s stealing your packages right off your front steps and taking them […]
Do yourself a favor and throw your basic $4 universal remote in the garbage can — that’s not a man-approved remote control, sorry. And, let’s face it, you lose it all too often anyway. One cool gadget you need in your life is a Logitech Harmony Home Control, a universal smart remote and base that allows you to use your smartphone as a remote as well. The device not only works with the majority of your entertainment devices, but also your home automation devices like Philips Hue or Nest Learning Thermostat (so you can lower the lights or change the temperature without even leaving your seat). The Logitech Harmony Home control works with over 270,000 devices, including TVs, satellite and cable boxes, blu-ray players, Apple TV, Roku, Sonos, Xbox, Philips Hue and more. So if you want to control the world around you without having to get up, pick up the Logitech Harmony Home Control — you’ll feel like a wizard!

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  • Margarita says:

    This incredibly versatile Every Day Carry (EDC) Kit comes with everything you could possilby need on the road. The S-Biner is loaded with handy tools like an inchworm, a peanut lighter and a multitool, capable of opening bottles, turning screws or cutting through thick materials.
    The Work Collection from San Francisco’s Aer brand, is a range of blacked-out minimalist bags designed and purpose-built for handling business. Constructed with water-resistant 1680D Cordura ballistic nylon, they also feature YKK AquaGuard zippers for all major compartments to keep your gear protected from the elements. Choose from 2 different packs, a commuter sling and a packable cable kit.
    Why twirl your own spaghetti when you can invest in this battery-powered twirling fork to do it for you? Simply push a button and watch your fork prepare pasta for a perfect bite. Plus, it’s pronged head is removable and dishwasher safe.
    It’s called Fast Strike and – whirwhack! – it’s gonna sting. The non-lethal self defense weapon looks like the antenna on the cordless phone my family had growing up. Which, coincidentally, also kinda hurt when someone…

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