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For me, it’s my silicone garlic roller. Pop a clove of garlic in, roll it on the counter for a bit, and out pops your peeled garlic! I make a lot of dishes with a lot of garlic, including homemade hummus, and I didn’t know these things existed until a few months ago. It saves me so much trouble, and garlic smell on my hands! —hordeoralliancewtf
The first bit of hardware from Snap, Inc. is selling out fast in yellow pop-up vending machines around the Los Angeles area right now, but any gal into tech culture is sure to be excited for one of these coveted tech gadgets in her holiday stocking if you can get your hands on a pair for her.
It’s been over 100 years since Curtiss has produced a motorcycle and with the limited-edition Warhawk, they’re back with a bike that really stretches the limits of the imagination. Powered by a 150hp V-Twin powerplant that carries it to a top speed of over 165 MPH, it features all aluminum, handbuilt construction with wishbone suspension front & rear giving it that distinctive, once-in-a-hundred-years look.
When comparing prices on electronic gadgets you may find similar products with different price points. The most common reasons for this are that newly released, tech items will usually be more expensive than lower specification or older products. Bigger screens, more connectors, wireless capabilities, bigger storage, batteries, and extra accessories are mean higher prices. Which is good news if you are a business retailer or drop shipper seeking value to promote when reselling these Chinavasion products.
This mouth-blown crystal decanter is an absolute show-stopper with its gorgeous and balanced spiral shape. But it’s not just a statement piece or talking point – it double decants its contents to more effectively the flavor and aroma of young wines, a feature sure to please even the most informed connoisseur.
Let’s be clear: it would be a supreme a-hole move for someone to use a homemade TV-B-Gone to shut off the women’s beach volleyball game I am watching at a bar. Obnoxious and unacceptable. However…were I to use my DIY universal TV power remote to click to black their all-tied-up World Cup game with… [ Read more ▸ ]
All of the upsides of a high-end gaming rig without the cost or technical requirements of actually owning one. That’s the promise of the Blade Shadow — a high-end Windows PC remotely accessible from any computer, phone or tablet for about $35 per month (about £25 or AU$45).
Do you want to show the whole world (or maybe just your dinner guests in this case) just how big of a Star Wars fan are you? Fret not. Just invite some friends over to your place for a meal, serve them noodles, and have them watch in amazement at you using the pair of £19.99 Kylo Ren Light-Up Chop Sabers deftly, as though you were born and raised from the East itself. This glowing red saber with light-up cross guard is not as clumsy or random as a knife and fork, and will help you cut through sushi rolls, noodles, and other kinds of chopsticks-oriented fare in double quick time.
Laser engraved rolling pins by Zuzia Kozerska make it easy to create beautiful cookie patterns while you roll out the dough. There’s a pattern out there for anybody: damask, dinosaurs, snowflakes, teacups, and so many more. They even make kid sizes so the little ones can have fun helping.
Fancy serving your loved one a hearty breakfast that’s perfect for the royalty? Instead of toiling on different kitchen utensils and cookware, you may want to use the Hamilton Beach 25490A Dual Breakfast Sandwich Maker instead. Just imagine being able to toast your buns while also cooking some delicious salami or ham before topping it with perfectly fried sunny side ups, fresh tomatoes, onions, lettuce, and finishing it off with piping hot, crispy half-buns. Not only are you able to cook and assemble all of these in just one device, you also get to make two of these hearty sandwiches at the same time.

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    Skully Technologies launched an ill-fated Indiegogo campaign in 2016, raising nearly $2.5 million in preorders for a motorcycle helmet with AR features, and then folding. Backers of that campaign will soon receive the Fenix AR — a helmet with a rear-view camera that displays a 180-degree view on a transparent display. It supports turn-by-turn navigation and  (when connected to a phone via Bluetooth) voice commands, making phone calls and playing music.
    A good black tote is a necessity. One that holds up to a 13-inch laptop and has a charging dock for an iPhone built right in is a luxury. Which is a good way to describe the Everpurse Kate Spade Small Harmony Tote. The bag recharges by placing it on a charging mat.
    Hisense’s $10,000 laser TV rig combines a short-throw projector with a 100-inch screen designed to reject ambient light. The projector itself has built-in speakers and Hisense includes a wireless subwoofer, too. Frickin’ lasers!

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